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It sends a counterproductive message, she said, as Bert and Ernie are, in fact, just friends and not a closeted couple.
Illustrating the landmark moment in the equal rights movement with an image of Bert and Ernie instantly conjures up nostalgia.
In the telling insight of populist organizer Ernie Cortes, not only does power corrupt, but “powerlessness also corrupts.”March on Washington Anniversary: a Lesson for Change|Hedrick Smith|August 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Gore and Ernie travelled together to Thailand, Portugal, New York, and Cuba, where Gore visited his friend Fidel Castro.Gore Vidal Remembered By His Closest Friend, Scotty Bowers|Scotty Bowers|August 2, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Tennessee Ernie Ford is the only musician included who could even possibly be called a country musician.Bob Dylan’s Presidential Medal of Freedom Says Times Really Have Changed|Malcolm Jones|May 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Jory got funny moods—probably because he read so much, Ernie suspected—but he was a good man.All Day Wednesday|Richard Olin
After dinner, Billie and Ernie and I went for a walk down to the village.
"Paul, you and Jerry had better run home and stay there till morning," Ernie added, turning to his brother.Campfire Girls in the Allegheny Mountains|Stella M. Francis
We'd train his little muscles from the first, Ernie, and he'd be able to knock 'em all out when he grew up.On the Track|Henry Lawson
Ernie (who is at Eton) says it is because he has nothing on, and only talks about stocks to please her.The Celebrity at Home|Violet Hunt