And so the whole tawdry freak show rolls into town once again - with its usual cast of phone-in drones, emotionally incontinent blatherers
, and the odd genius.
"Now just about all sporting telecasts feature not one, but two or more blatherers
. As years passed and the Mel Allens and Russ Hodges-types had passed on, the media moguls inflicted on us the most aggravating mutant the breed ever produced: the egregiously, outrageously offending person of all time: Howard Cosell!
And the most confident person in that room full of professional blaggers and blatherers
was a young man called Lee Penfold.
Get to the point, will you?" Unprepared lawyers are like those pointless blatherers
. Don't waste a jury's time fumbling through papers as you try to think of the next point you were going to cover.
America, it may be, is doing very well upon the whole, notwithstanding these antics of the parties and their leaders, these half-brain'd nominees, the many ignorant ballots, and many elected failures and blatherers
. It is the dillettants, and all who shirk their duty, who are not doing well.