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Can you imagine Winston Churchill telling Hitler not to trifle with a dull stumblebum like Winnie?
that anyone become a blithering stumblebum, but is pointing out that too often, status quo behavior just doesn't get the job that needs doing done: "Any time you try to solve a problem or improve a process without attacking the root cause, you are wasting time and money.
It is to his credit that Gaines, who has been exposed to the high-octane dance skills of the rest of the cast since rehearsals started, has managed to rein in his own burgeoning dance proficiency to remain a convincing stumblebum in a room full of swinging experts.
Finally, however, when the agency's stumblebum reputation grew so bad as actually to threaten its multibillion-dollar budget, FEMA decided it had better pay more attention to its cover mission.
If players stray too much from the mark, they can earn such achievements as stumblebum, klutz or spazoid.
But the chemistry is slapdash with OTT mash-ups of gypsy stomps and stumblebum jazz.
One stumblebum with no conceivable chance called Chuck Wepner took the money and the chance of fame.
10PM Stumblebum pilot Harrison Ford is stranded on a tropical island with mouthy New York women's magazine editor Anne Heche.
In contrast to the darkly complex 'Tricky Dick,' the image of Ford as a genial, trusting, slightly naive stumblebum was somehow comforting.
With the army pigheadedly set on precisely the wrong plan of action, our guys must ally with the only people willing to help them: Allison, a smart and sexy but stumblebum government scientist (Julianne Moore, good when she's not trying to be funny) and Wayne, a clueless country club pool boy with dreams of becoming a fireman (``Dude, Where's My Car's'' Seann William Scott in - yikes - the most intelligent performance of his career).
Hilton Kramer called him a mandarin pretending to be a stumblebum, but this was quite wrong: these paintings expressed a genuine and timely refusal to tolerate rhetoric.
When he could hang on to the mike when the Great Stumblebum did not steal it from him with idiot soundbites.
He was saying things like I was the `dumbest, low-life stumblebum that ever existed,' `` Reynolds recalled.
This is unbelievably rich coming from a stumblebum who stole the US presidential election.
with a camera, a boom-mike and a kind of stumblebum reporter persona, doled out a lot of cash in his pursuit of the Fleiss story.