A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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Entry from December 10, 2009
Repubican or Repube (Republican party nickname)

"Repubican” is a slang name for the Republican party, used by speakers who believe that the Republicans are as low as the pubic region of the body. The terms “Repubican” and ‘Repube” both date in print to at least 2000.


Urban Dictionary
repubican
Anyone who holds very traditional, moral, and christian views toward his own pubic hair.
Please, don’t touch my bathing suit area! I’m a Repubican.
by Sir Warner Roy Brumrick-Golddelle, Duke of Dinnerh Oct 29, 2003

repubican
Mispelling of REPUBLICAN. A cheap stab usually made by dimwits with minimal levels of literacy who allow the heavily biased media and Hollywood elite to dictate to them what they shoould think.
Sad, really.
“duuuhhh.. Micheal Moore says Repubicans are bad. Im going to beleive him without geting the facts to decide for myself because celebrities always know better than I do, even when the facts contradict them. Ooh! A shiny object! Dur hur hur!!!”
by Doc Evil Nov 3, 2003

Wiktionary: pubes
Etymology
Latin pubes ("the hair which appears on the body at the age of puberty, the genitals") < pubes, puber ("grown up, of mature age; of plants, downy, pubescent"); see puberty.
(...)
Noun
pubes pl.
1. (slang) pubic hair
2. Plural form of pubis.

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From: “Mozeman”
Date: 2000/01/13
Subject: Re: #Jeffrey Toobin Is Obsessed With Clinton’s Sexual Perversions

Kind of like the Repubes stole Social Security, and being a “big-tent party.” After getting spanked by senior citizens in 1992 and 1996, Repubes are acting like they invented concern for SS, when we all know they feel it is a bloated, wasteful social program.  Now they’re claiming to be a “big tent” party despite a ‘96 convention that had a 3% minority showing.

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From: Replicant
Date: 2000/02/02
Subject: Re: Bauer attacked by ‘flu terrorist’ Dan Savage

> And try to answer the question that Savage wishes all those “liberal”
> journalists would ask gay-bashing repubes.

What’s a “repube” or is that just another example of what you think passes as humor?  That might have made me giggle in grade school....now that I think of it.

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From: (WILDE SALAS)
Date: 2000/02/23
Subject: Repubicans for a day

Why the hell are Democraps voting in a Republican primary

TalkLeft
The ‘Presumption of Guilt’ Culture
By TChris, Section Other Politics
Posted on Thu Oct 13, 2005 at 11:01:48 PM EST
(...)
COMMENT
Re: The ‘Presumption of Guilt’ Culture (none / 0) (#3)
by Dusty on Sat Dec 17, 2005 at 01:04:59 PM EST
All I know is this..the Repubes made their bed when they went after Bill Clinton..now they gotta lie in it..I still say Clintons indescretions were nothing compared to what the Repubes have been caught and accused of doing..They spent millions of bucks on the Whitewater fiasco to no avail..and Monica-gate was tacky but it didn’t endanger someones life, or funnel money to the DNC illegally..

The Common Ills
Thursday, November 17, 2005
NYT: Repube summary—Old, grifty and white, and that’s a blight
“Senate Debate Over Alito Escalates in Wake of ‘85 Memo” blares the headline of David D. Kirkpatrick’s article in this morning’s New York Times.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityGovernment/Law/Politics/Military • (0) Comments • Thursday, December 10, 2009 • Permalink