But The Myth, The Muse, The Meshuga
is also a sort of tell all, or at least tell some, relating what lesbian life is like among the privileged and well connected.
Mozartean laughter is, in fact, the very quality that fuels his meshuga energy.
Am I in the millinery business?'" Such a guerrilla-like eruption of the Meshuga Principle can have a terrible effect on people who lack the imagination to question the circumstances life has presented to them.
Atlas himself, after all, has had little time for meshuga side trips.
By the end of Home Fires, Katz brings the Gordon family saga to a hopeful, if uneasy, closure: In 1992, Susan is several years off drugs; Lorraine has set up shop as a New Age healer; Ricky and Sam are finally at peace; Sam and Eve can enjoy a rare moment of solitude in their new Florida home to reflect on an often meshuga
Conservative writer David Horowitz recently called liberal Jews who support Islamists "Jews for Cutting Their Own Heads Off" and blogger Don Feder called liberal Jews "Temple Beit Meshuga
," (beit meshugaim means "insane asylum" in Hebrew - ed.).
Bach's Musical Offering, though the humorous movement titles "Fuga meshuga" and "Chorale Prelude: 'Da kommt ja der Schurke'" relate to Bach's forms in a broad way.
"Fuga meshuga" and "The Grossest Fugue" employ theatrical humor.
"meshuga adjective: Mad, crazy; stupid." Oxford Essential Dictionary of Foreign Terms in English.
Fran Reeves Fran Drescher Josh Reeves Ben Feldman Riley Martin Ryan McPartlin Allison Reeves Misti Traya Duane Branden Williams There are enough older men running around with young women that it seems only fair to grant the reverse pairing equal time, but did it have to be as smarmy as this meshuga
Fran Drescher vehicle?