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"This detergent sucks."
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"A man walked by carrying a large package and almost bumped into a guy with a briefcase. An M-7 bus just went by. It was fairly full. Traffic is moderately heavy. There are people using all four phones, with one woman waiting. This is Phil Michaels reporting, live, for WTNY, all the news, just the news, all day long."
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"I'd like your honest, unbiased and possibly career-ending opinion on something."
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A candidate for a job in scientific research being tested for whether she is too impressionable for unbiased independent thinking.
Bob felt he was better-looking than his reflection - and hired and unbiased third-party mediator to confirm it.
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'To balance our commentary, we now present the view of an 'uninformed source''
"I don't know about you, but my confidence in the judge as an impartial guardian of the rule of law wasn't that high even before the Supreme Court ruling."
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A courthouse that reads "Hey! Justice Truth Equality Liberty".
"This will help you make unbiased decisions, AND stay cootie-free."
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Computer questionning a witness.
'Here's an update on the rumor Iraqis might have to let Saddam go if they can't find an unbiased jury...'
"Bias? Nonsense. How can you say the refs are biased?"