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"I had three points I wanted to make: That not everybody in Hollywood is on the left, that Obama has broken a lot of the promises he made when he took office, and that the people should feel free to get rid of any politician who's not doing a good job. But I didn't make up my mind exactly what I was going to say until I said it."

"War can only be abolished through war, and in order to get rid of the gun it is necessary to take up the gun."

"Best way to get rid of kitchen odors: Eat out."

"The best plan now is to have as many bosses as possible. I call it boss diversity. If you work for a company and you have one boss and that boss doesn't like you or wants to get rid of you, you're in trouble. But if you work for yourself, you have lots of bosses, who are your customers, and if a few of them decide they don't like you, that's okay."

"It's funny how the hippies and the punks tried to get rid of the conservatives, but they always seem to get the upper hand in the end."

"I'd like to say I was smart enough to finish six grades in five years, but I think perhaps the teacher was just glad to get rid of me."

"I wanted to get rid of the element that had been considered essential in pop music: the voice."

"So instead of talking about theoretical ways of ending the war and violence, I say that we have to get rid of the individual asholes in each office and situation."

"Best way to get rid of kitchen odors: Eat out."

"I was very much into buying contemporary art, but I've just decided I want to get rid of it all. Not that it's not great art, but all of a sudden my mood has changed, and I want to go back to seventeenth- and eighteenth-century masters."

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  • Definition for "to get rid of"
    • for deliverance from; to no-cost your self from.
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