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pinhead

slang An ignorant, foolish, or naïve person; an idiot. That pinhead couldn't manage his own sock drawer, let alone a huge project like this! You'd have a job by now if you weren't such a pinhead!
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This was thanks initially to his no-nonsense mum and the sprouting up of a host of CCTV cameras in the neighbourhood to keep a welcome eye on pinheaded mutants placed on this Earth to make a decent drinker's life a misery.
Channing Severance wrote: "The Socialists and Freethinkers of Los Angeles have won a notable victory for free speech--that is, the right to speak unmolested on the street--and religious ranters no longer enjoy a monopoly given them by pinheaded officials afflicted with the idea that only believers in the Christian superstition have any rights under a secular government."
Viewers will sit fascinated--especially those too young to remember the shows that exhibited them--as the Human Pincushion, Lobster Boy and Alligator Man, Seal Etta the Seal Girl, Zip the Pinheaded Man, and a panoply of Siamese twins, tattooed men, fat ladies, giants, and bearded women fill the screen.
The Intimate Memoirs were embarrassing, the late-life tape-recorded Dictees so pinheaded and inconsequential that it's no wonder Helen Wolff declined to publish them.
And now, with Shatner's pinheaded memoir, and that laughable "biography" by David Alexander that tried to make Roddenberry look like fuckin' Prometheus, I let myself get talked into publishing the original, unexpurgated, you-read-it-and-judge-for-yourself teleplay, with additional materials, and this is my final word on the matter.
PRESENTER Danny Baker quit his popular radio show live on air yesterday after a two-hour rant against BBC bosses - whom he branded "pinheaded weasels" - who were cancelling his show.
When figures enter Soth's frame, they are almost always rich specimens of the rural grotesque, the dispersed citizenry of Sherwood Anderson and Carson McCullers; In one photo, a pinheaded bodybuilder sits with his rottweiler in a grandmotherly kitchen; in another, a woman in a bouffant poses with a framed photograph of wispy nimbus clouds that resemble an angel.
IT'S so typical - you go out for the night to some new underground scene and somehow you are the babe who bumps into the pinheaded creep.
By MARK JEFFERIES FURIOUS Danny Baker branded BBC bosses "pinheaded weasels" yesterday after they axed his daily radio show.
Swenson was not the first to link many of these artists in print, a distinction belonging to Max Kozloff in his unsympathetic Art International article "'Pop' Culture, Metaphysical Disgust, and the New Vulgarians," a diatribe that called their work "sinister" and lamented the invasion of galleries by "the pinheaded and contemptible style of gum chewers, bobby soxers, and worse, delinquents." Swenson himself almost seemed to concur, writing, "There is something impudent in these works, something so simple-minded and obvious as to be unexpected." Yet his great critical insight was to recognize the "impudent" and "simple-minded" as potentially interesting aesthetic qualities.
How can any reasonable person refer to fellow Welsh people as nitwits giving vent to pinheaded tribalism and wanting to "lock themselves away in some prehistoric cave with their shared vision of some improbable Arcadia where people make harps and speak only Welsh as they sit around waiting for RS Thomas to come to tea"?
But I was told even that would not guarantee his survival as the cancer was pinheaded all the way up his thigh."