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coo coo for cocoa puffs a strictly medical term, used to describe a patient or person that has delved into a realm of irrational, illogical and/or crazy thought processes; Affected with madness; insane to an exceeding degree characterized by weakness or feebleness; decrepit; broken; falling to decay; shaky; unsafe; foolish See that guy trying to put that square peg into that round hole? I think he's gone coo coo for cocoa puffs! by message_tied_to_a_brick June 30, 2004
Idioms and Phrases with crazy like a fox crazy like a fox Seemingly foolish but actually very shrewd and cunning. For example, You think Bob was crazy to turn it down? He's crazy like a fox, because they've now doubled their offer. This usage gained currency when humorist S.J. Perelman used it as the title of a book (1944). [Early 1900s] .
when they go low, we go high
various blowhards demand to get into illegal immigrant detention centers.
Ever consider that those blowhards had the "urge" and were looking for some action since the Feds had numerous child trafficking stings and rescue weeks prior?
originally posted by: TerryMcGuire
a reply to: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
Totally. And I cannot imagine just what those security issues might be in the case of these detention centers.
10 Things You Didn't Know About Maxine Waters Despite ethics charges, the California Democrat is expected win an 11th House term. By Mallie Jane Kim, Contributor Aug. 23, 2010, at 3:38 p.m. More U.S. News & World Report 10 Things You Didn't Know About Maxine Waters More 1. Maxine Waters was born Maxine Moore Carr on Aug. 15, 1938, in St. Louis. She was the fifth of 13 children raised by Velma Lee Carr Moore, a single mother. 2. At age 13, she started work as a busgirl in a whites-only restaurant in downtown St. Louis. 3. She married Edward Waters shortly after graduating high school in 1956, and they had two children. 4.The family moved to Los Angeles in 1961, where Waters worked at a garment factory and later as an operator for Pacific Telephone. 5. After the 1965 race riots in the Watts area, she became an assistant teacher in Watts for Head Start, a federally funded program focused on helping low-income students succeed in school. 6. In 1972, she divorced her husband and completed her B.A. in sociology at California State University–Los Angeles. 7. Her tenure at Head Start, during which she organized frustrated parents to press for more federal funding, inspired her to enter politics. In 1976, she was elected to the California Assembly, where she served for 14 years. 8. Waters married former NFL linebacker Sidney Williams in 1977. Williams later served as the U.S. ambassador to the Bahamas. 9. In 1990, Waters was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, where she has advocated for minorities, women, and poor communities. 10. This month, Waters denied House ethics charges that she improperly intervened on behalf of troubled OneUnited Bank, of which her husband is a stockholder and former director. She said her contacts with treasury officials about federal aid were on behalf of minority-owned banks, not for personal gain. Sources: Notable Black American Women: Book II, edited by Jessie Carney Smith Waters.house.gov bioguide.congress.gov Associated Press
originally posted by: Christosterone
Liberals have the mentality of children..
So why would I be surprised to see them act like children...
Petulant ones at that...