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Blackburn boss Graeme Souness said: "It wasn't' brilliance by them, it was dopiness by us.
Sadly, even the massed banks of video replays or appeals to Soho Square cannot see D'Urso's dopiness overturned, McClaren will simply have to sit and seethe at the injustice of it all.
Even top editor Will Corbin joins in, yukking about "the utter dopiness of having indoor track meets outdoors.
He realized the farcical, laughable dopiness of imagining that the comical crew of incompetents--that Distinguished University Press flung to the far corners of the continent and referred to as "Sales Reps"--actually knew anything about any book that ventured beyond indiscretions concerning Dennis Rodman's disinclination for cunnilingus.
The victim of the sorcery would take on the snake's characteristics of harmlessness and dopiness, and become vulnerable and easy to get rid of.
The sublime dopiness of American popular culture has always been a favorite Taylor theme, and in Funny Papers he treats it with a freshness absent from his recent explorations of the genre.
The only obstacle between him another another fabulous end to the season is defensive dopiness away from Anfield, something that never bothered his team on more foreign fields.
Some activists actually believe that they can build a political movement around such dopiness.
Ferguson could be a worth another start if only because of Liverpool's continuing dopiness at set-pieces, where zonal marking still looks as secure as a bank vault with its doors blown off.
Whoopi's'' problem is that it retreats from its dark vision of a skittish metropolis in suddenly mean times to standard sitcom dopiness.
Ferguson could be worth another start if only because Liverpool's continuing dopiness at set-pieces, where zonal marking still looks as secure as a bank vault with its doors blown off.
Everton's ability to claw back three goals owed as much to United's present defensive dopiness -hence Roy Keane's fury -as to the pressure exerted by Wayne Rooney,Gary Naysmith and Duncan Ferguson.
A bit of dopiness -still an Everton trademark -enabled Jim Brennan to strike the classiest goal of the game,but with Norwich centre forward I wan Roberts unable to resist a grapple with Alan Stubbs, the pen-alties which resulted pulled the last plank from under the pretenders from the East.
A bit of dopiness -still an Everton trademark -enabled Jim Brennan to strike the classiest goal of the game but, with Norwich centre-forward I wan Roberts unable to resist a grapple with Alan Stubbs, the penalties which resulted pulled the last plank from under the pretenders from the East.
It all suggests lots of goals, with two less than assured defences desperately trying to cope with players with a reputation for seizing on any dopiness.