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I find it unbelievable that a gang of youths can all be of the same simple-mindedness, unless they have a ring leader who they are scared of.
Herein is seen an ongoing problem for Frink: critics tended to find her figures mere stereotypes, whereas her intention was to use stereotypes in a way that exposed their simple-mindedness. The Goggle Heads are brutal, but also strangely vulnerable.
He responded: "Such an analysis about the issues of the history of Islam and the country's issues indicates the ultimate degree of simple-mindedness because Hazrat Ali with Zubair, and Hazrat Imam Hussein with Umar bin Saad did not negotiate in today's sense [of the word], which means making a deal.
As for the heroes themselves, their simple-mindedness and the semi-gibberish they spout makes them never less than amusing company.
As for the heroes themselves, their simple-mindedness and semi-gibberish they spout makes them never less than amusing company.
In the election campaign, head of the list, Count Lambsdorff, vowed to challenge what he called the "populists" of the AfD head on by "revealing their simple-mindedness".
Yet the idea of drilling deeper into behind-the-scenes aspects of entertainment --given the simple-mindedness of most coverage on TV about TV--could offer a fertile little niche, in much the way "Talking Dead" has drafted off "The Walking Dead's" popularity.