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airhead

Drug abuse
A regionally popular term for a marijuana user.
 
Military
An area in hostile territory which may be secured by paratroopers or air assault forces and, space allowing, allow landing of further troops.

Vox populi
An obtuse or stupid person.
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Now Big Brother is finally over, reality addicts can get a much better fix from ITV's shambles, starring some of the most pointless airheads on Earth.
HAVE the bureaucratic Assembly airheads got nothing better to do than instruct Powys council to appeal against the magistrates' decision to allow Dot (Humphries) to keep her flower tubs and gnomes to decorate the grass outside her roadside cafe?
George Osborne's makeover, Ed Miliband trying to eat a bacon butty, Peter Andre's Iceland ads, Vladimir Putin's name on the shortlist for the Nobel Peace Prize, Michael Buerk heading into jungle with D-list celebs after slagging off TV for being filled with "pneumatic bird-brains, daytime airheads and vacuous D-list celebrities", Prince Charles sporting 30 medals on his chest heading for a function, Simon Cowell walking through a street at night with no shirt on, and the Sydney siege selfie-takers.
By my reckoning, 75 per cent of all jams are caused by airheads who can't drive.
Who said that these Hollywood actresses were just airheads without the wit or imagination to act on their own initiative and without a script?
Thankfully, Derek teams up with rival model Hansel in the later stages, proving that two airheads are better than one.
It's the same Buerk who said the coverage of the Queen's Jubilee was "cringingly inept" because it was hosted by "pneumatic birdbrains" and "daytime airheads" who interviewed "vacuous D-list celebrities".
Those gaudy young airheads of Swingin' London have now been reinvented as the self-righteous prigs from The Chequers pub in Walton on the Hill.
The anchor that day was the same Michael Buerk who now labels Jubilee river pageant presenters like Tess Daly as "daytime airheads".
The book is called Dying To Be Healthy and although this pair of indentical twins look like a pair of airheads they actually have a lot of common sense to dish out.