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airheaded

mod. stupid; giddy. (A head full of air.) You are the most airheaded twit I have ever met!
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In suggesting significance by association with the most room-filling work its curators could find by non-Brit superstars like Jeff Koons, Mike Kelley, and Gregor Schneider, "Apocalypse" came off rather desperate and airheaded.
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