John Moncur (L) is a "typical nutcase
", according to Bishop
So, Mr Islam, don't try to justify this act with terrorism but an act of a nutcase
with a gun or 20 in his case.
Founded in 2006, Nutcase
puts artwork into bike helmets, making them an extension of the rider's personality.
Webber said of Grosjean after the Japan incident: "I haven't obviously seen what happened at the start but the guys confirmed it was the first lap nutcase
Meanwhile, a furious Webber said: "It was the first-lap nutcase
He said: "I haven't seen what happened at the start but the guys confirmed it was the first-lap nutcase
There's a headscratcher of an article on weirdo-attracting libertarian nutcase
Ron Paul that fluffs his followers just a little too much (although he has no chance, I'm still hoping his supporters pull a reverse Ralph Nader and throw away their votes on him).
The skill involved in this exercise reflects the work of either a person of sheer brilliance or a complete nutcase
I am sure there are those who will call Howard Zinn naive, foolish, or even a nutcase
for advocating against all war.
They probably scratched their heads and thought, "What do we call this adorable nutcase
? She's just so ...
If y'all are a woman op-pressed by patriarchal domination, y'all jes whip out yawr .38 and spling splang there you go, a man's brain spattered on the wall, and y'all are free, Free, FREE!" Claire Dederer, in her review of SCUM Manifesto ["Cutting Remarks," June 14], expresses sisterly admiration for the nutcase
assassin Valerie Solanas, who gunned down Andy Warhol and some other poor shmuck who accidentally got in her way when she couldn't find her publisher to kill.
The Nutmeg State senator is a nutcase
when it comes to pop culture, which he finds too violent and sexy for children of all ages; with Bill Bennett, he used to hand out Silver Sewer Awards to the media's "top cultural polluters." More recently, Lieberman has announced plans to fight the War on Evil through Twinkie Taxes and duties on other "fatty foods."
Bryan's; Madonna calling herself a "nutcase
" and Margaret Wente describing hockey players as "toothless morons." A nutcase
is, of course, a person with a mental illness and a moron is a person with an intellectual disability.
The fundamental reason why workplace killing sprees are allowed to progress unchecked is that there is only one gun present, that of the nutcase
doing the shooting.
The restrained precision of the third-person narration blends the appalling with the wonderful, as the habitual privacy of a lifelong commuter is punctured, in turn, by an accosting pornographer, a Jehova's witness, and a nutcase
in the Tate Gallery, to mention some of the eccentrics who buttonhole Lanchester's flaneur.