Added to that, there was some tale about the latest sport to come under the match-fixing spotlight (probably cricket; it usually is these days), a drug scandal and a match report from the previous night in which some not-usually outspoken manager had gone off the deep end
, criticising some clueless referee.
Combining the skills of the late Jacques Cousteau and Louis Leakey, two Canadian researchers have gone off the deep end
to address one of the biggest questions in anthropology: How did people first make their way to the Americas?
I don't want to get personal, but I think Councilwoman Jackie Goldberg may have gone off the deep end
So if you see someone taking a "Belly Fat Pill" to stay younger, don't think they've gone off the deep end
With "Across the Universe," though, she has gone off the deep end
, and the result is a mess that might be the camp classic of 2007.
The source added to America's Star magazine: "Brad is looking for a script about channeling, but Angelina is afraid that if he tries to bring it into the mainstream, people will really think he's gone off the deep end
But now he's convinced that she's somehow still alive, while everyone else is convinced, reasonably enough, that he's gone off the deep end
Meanwhile Terry and Patrick seem to be in a bit of trouble themselves, as their old war buddy seems to have gone off the deep end
Last night, the source claimed: "Stefani used to be so happy and full of life but lately I'm shocked by how much she has changed - she has gone off the deep end