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Stupid. He's so hammer-headed he probably just walked by the entrance to the train station and didn't even see the huge sign out front.

hammerhead

1. n. a stupid person; a person whose head seems to be as solid as a hammer. You can be such a hammerhead!
2. n. a drunkard or a drug user. These hammerheads can’t even hold a simple job for the most part.
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While consensus to advance the sawfish, devil ray, hammerhead, and thresher shark proposals was reached in Committee, Peru and Chile at the time expressed opposition to listing silky sharks on CMS Appendix II.
Hartwich co-owns and operates Hammerhead Coffee Roasters with his wife, Mary Burwell.
The massive hammerhead shark approximately weighed 700 pounds.
Dubai Fishermen may have struck gold this week when they landed a great hammerhead shark pregnant with a litter of 45 pups, but the Arabian Gulf's marine ecosystem took a great hit.
The researchers sampled hammerheads from across the globe-including the waters of the southeast United States now under siege by the Gulf oil spill-as well as Australia, Panama, Hawaii, Trinidad and South Africa.
Mr Damian Prendergast, General Manager, Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, said: "The addition of the Scalloped Hammerheads follows over two years of dedicated work by the staff.
Bill Rudisill, president and co-owner of the Hammerheads, said: "We feel it is a huge honour to be recognised by Mayor Broadhurst and the City of Wilmington.
In 1996 and 1997 ten scalloped hammerheads were caught in south San Diego Bay by Mike Irey, a commercial mullet fishermen.
In cooperation with at least five other countries and the European Union, Mexico is pursuing protections for three species of hammerheads.
Although we've known that a few million hammerhead shark fins are sold in global markets, we now have the DNA forensic tools to identify which specific hammerhead species the fins originate from, and in the case of scalloped hammerheads, also what parts of the world these fins are coming from," said Dr Mahmood Shivji, senior author on the paper and Director of the Save Our Seas Foundation Shark Centre and Guy Harvey Research Institute (GHRI), both at Nova Southeastern University in Florida.
The practice claims up to 73 million sharks annually, including up to 3 million hammerheads.
Thursday/D2 - Weasels 2-0; Amgen Softball Club 2-0; Mail Call 1-1; Extremely Thirsty 0-1-1; Barking Spiders 0-1-1; Hammerheads 0-2.
Shivji's team first discovered the new hammerhead species in 2005 when examining the DNA of sharks thought to be scalloped hammerheads based on their physical appearance.
But if governments do not act, many shark species will not last - even iconic species like the hammerheads.