Irregardless on TV

Wilson Gray hwgray at GMAIL.COM
Thu May 3 12:08:13 UTC 2007

It sounded very natural to me, too. I didn't get the impression that
he was at all joking or otherwise just fooling around. It was the
first time that I've heard it in dekkids. I was under the impression
that a stake had been driven through its heart long ago.


On 5/3/07, Benjamin Barrett <gogaku at> wrote:
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> Jon Stewart used it on the May 2 broadcast of the Daily Show. I have to
> admit, it sounded pretty natural when he said it.
> Benjamin Barrett
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