Like a young boy running hog-wild
through his parents' wardrobe, Ennio Marchetto dives through his one-man show, Ennio: Starring Ennio Marchetto, with glee: 50 famous characters burst forth in rapid succession to a stunned audience in the space of little over an hour.
That's why American Express (www.americanexpress.com) and Visa International (www.visa.com) go hog-wild
when it comes to signing up students who'll do anything for a free T-shirt.
But Ike's public relations failures after Sputnik not only discomfited the citizenry, but contributed in some degree to the Democrats' electoral victories in 1958 and 1960, and thus to the adoption of the sorts of policies he considered "hog-wild
": for instance, the McNamara missile buildup, Apollo program, and Great Society.
But Ronald Bohn, an anatomist at George Washington University Medical Center in Washington, D.C., says he doesn't expect others to go hog-wild
over the proposed terms.
Describing the reason for anonymity, Wilson said, "Its deeper purpose is to keep those fool egos of ours from running hog-wild
after money and fame."
And the writers (yes, They're publicly acknowledged for once) have outdone themselves, going hog-wild
on sheer giddiness.