Yesterday Yorkshire Euro-MP Godfrey Bloom branded the new law "moronic
And, please, could the Rooney apologists stop reminding us he is 'young,' as if that is a catch-all excuse for moronic
Jest-books such as Een nyeuwe clucht boeck made fun of priests by portraying them as being moronic
, as having a shaky knowledge of Latin and the scriptures, as being unchaste, and only being career-minded.
I suggested topics like racism, classism, gender bias, or the moronic
content of day-time television --anything was an option.
In particular, I can see why they regard it as barbarous, chaotic, violent--in Saul Bellow's phrase, a "moronic
inferno." The reaction of people here to the Matthew Shepard murder was simple: "What else can you expect in America?" In these two countries, where the highest praise you can give a person, place, or experience is to call it "cozy," what's clear above all is that America, whatever its virtues, is far from cozy.
But John McLaughlin's shamelessly distorted account of "travelgate" (when will we ever be rid of this moronic
suffix?) must be addressed.
But it truly is a brilliant political gimmick to shift the story about public schools to something so absurdly moronic
that, by the time one stops laughing, the target has moved on.
Why, then, does he say some pages later, while answering President Bush's moronic
attacks on environmentalists, that "nobody is advocating extreme measures.
A migrant sector group described as 'moronic
' and 'not Solomonic' the President's call to the OFWs in Kuwait to come home.
A REVELLER who branded himself "moronic
" for glassing a dad in a row over a spilled drink has walked free from court.
IF any fan still needs to be convinced about the moronic
futility of shouting racist abuse, ask the people of Carlisle.
They will also be carpeted for the pitch invasion of one moronic