Of course, more than once, rye had a source say to me, "You know, you really are an idiot
." But to me, that's a small price to pay for coming away from the interview with a complete understanding of the topic.--S.C.
(16) What might be the earliest record of a case brought before the king was described as "an idiot
who [in 1212] is in the prison because in his witlessness he confessed that he is a thief, although in fact he is not to blame." (17) No comparable records exist in Massachusetts Bay; there is no evidence that idiots were brought before the courts of the colony and the constituent towns on criminal charges, so there is no way to know if and how the law was implemented.
Don't be an idiot
and pass up this unique, contemporary presentation of Catholicism.
Abroad returns to our screens this month, and this time Karl Pilkington has got some company.
A combined production between Told by an Idiot
and Drum Theatre Plymouth, the tour also features post-show events in which the audience will be invited to take part in games and practical exercises.
They are idiots, they know they're idiots, but it is easier to be an idiot
than try and improve their lifestyle.
ACTION MAN George W Bush, far from being an idiot
leader of an idiot
nation, is a successful businessman and Ivy League graduate who inspires loyalty among his staff.
Summary: Karl Pilkington has become a lot more famous since his television series An Idiot
Abroad took off, but says fame hasn't changed him.
IT'S known for its comic take on things - but theatre company Told By An Idiot
is exploring its dark side with its latest production.
So, the tag line of the film is 'Don't be stupid, be an idiot
I USED To think Ian Botham was a bit of an idiot
. In fact I couldn't work out who was the bigger idiot - him for being a world class swordsman, never caring how much his cheating hurt Kath, his wife.
The comedian has sent mates Warwick Davis and Karl Pilkington retracing Marco Polo's footsteps from Italy to China for a third series of An Idiot