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Mellor has convinced herself that it's all, to put it plainly, bollocks."
"Even after nearly 40 years, the Sex Pistols power to provoke is undimmed, and we are still being asked to censor the word bollocks in our advertising.
However, Stuff.co.nz reports that Ryder insisted that he does not need to make any statement as most of the 'allegations' against him are 'bollocks', although he thinks that no one really believes the things that are being said against him.
Harrington, "Beckett and America" (114-23); Claire Gleitman, "Another Look at Those 'Three Bollocks in a Cell': Someone Who'll Watch Over Me and the Shackles of History" (124-37); Nicholas Greene, "Faith Healer in New York and Dublin" (138-46); Patrick Lonergan," 'Dancing on a One-Way Street": Irish Reactions to Dancing at Lughnasa in New York" (147-62); Christina Hunt Mahony, "'The Irish Play': Beyond the Generic?" (163-78).
Norman Blogster had said much the same not long earlier so in England we were sort of left, but happily, with Bollocks to Architecture at http://h2architecture.bliogspot.com--who even earlier had announced his departure.
Mr Milburn, the ultra-Blairite ex-Health Secretary, said it was "complete bollocks".
"I advise you all to eat roe deer testicles in green peppercorn sauce - a dish I created called Bollocks to Blair" - celebrity chef Clarissa Dickson-Wright.
Which punk band are to play a one-off gig to mark the 30th anniversary of their album Never Mind The Bollocks?
As Dennis Hansen, an Arhus student at the time, summarizes events, "Jens said, 'Bollocks! You're drunk!
Second was The Queen Is Dead by The Smiths, followed by Oasis with Definitely Maybe and The Sex Pistols with Never Mind The Bollocks.
Bollocks. After an hour of skating back and forth to the parts store we were back on the road, but bent out of shape because, well, Connecticut sucks: hard to buy beer, freaks galore, and no skin mags for the road.
"Add to that, the unsociable hours [and] the company's bollocks propaganda ...
Suspended in the middle was a red-and-blue neon sign advertising the aspirant movement and a handbill for the Sex Pistols' 1977 album Never Mind the Bollocks. While Sinclair has used pop music in previous work as an index of identity formation, here the Pistols reference alerted us to the play within the work of a kind of bogus Situationism.
When I asked her about Chumbawamba's 1988 release "Never Mind the Ballots" (a pun on "Never Mind the Bollocks," by the Sex Pistols), she explained it was a response to the 1987 general election.