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This is a story of how a boneheaded, albeit well-intentioned, PR decision destroyed years of image building in one fell swoop.
And then, there's still the complete reliance on plastic which just appears to be a boneheaded design decision considering the fact that the loudest complaints against the Galaxy S3 and the S4 was the use of plastic when other flagships were going for more premium materials like aluminium and carbon fiber.
That boneheaded tabloid headline of a name means the show almost defies serious consideration and intelligent debate before you even watch it.
My friends, global warming has come to Wales and will get worse unless those boneheaded politicians who are sceptical like your correspondents, face the reality of climate change.
By Monte Morin/Los Angeles Times/MCT When it comes to making boneheaded choices, teenagers usually win society's award for overall poor decision-making.
Members of Congress may make some boneheaded decisions, but they ain't that stupid.
And I now the IRS has pulled some boneheaded shenanigans that undermine its credibility when its budget really should be doubled to try to catch all the cheats and reduce the deficit.
Credit to the jockey , too, because as boneheaded a ride as he gave him last time, he was brilliant today.
By lopping off the heads of two guys who made boneheaded moves," says Rocco Pendola at The Street, "including one who was gunning for his job, Cook showed the world who's boss.
You would probably tell them that they are crazy, that America's biggest city would never do something so clearly economically and socially stupid, that surely the city's movers and shakers would not sacrifice the long-term fortune of the Big Apple for short-term gain, that they must be better at basic arithmetic than to do something so undeniably boneheaded.
A Kansas legislature, especially lately, doing something so boneheaded it shows up on The Daily Show before the ink is dry has just become our default setting lately.
We made some plays at big times, but we also made some boneheaded plays," UO coach Mike White said.
For the past half-century, we have focused our environmental efforts on reducing the adverse effects of our activities: abating serious pollution, recycling some used products, correcting the most boneheaded resource and energy inefficiencies, and setting aside a few wildish places as relic samples of what has otherwise been lost.
Neither I nor Surefire will take pity on you were you to do something so boneheaded.
Nothing new, though, about a US president's boneheaded beliefs bringing avoidable calamity.