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ditching in line

ditching in line
 v.— «Ditching in line. Do you like to be ditched in line at a restaurant or a movie theater. Is that not what illegal immigrants are doing?» —“‘Day Without Americans’ (Time To Organize The Greatest Work Stoppage America Has Ever Seen Alert)” by A Message Free Republic Apr. 2, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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