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99 This is a joyous combination: Dr Seuss and Quentin Blake, two icons of children's literature from either side of the Atlantic, brought together in a marriage of wackiness.
Cold Souls" is a metaphysical comedy that often enough balances the heavier questions with some wackiness.
To quote the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, March 2007: My recollection of the film Ghostbusters is a bit vague, but this story mentions the movie and in fact shares some of the wackiness I do remember.
It's Twelfth Night meets Just One of the Guys as Amanda Bynes dons drag to attend her brothels prestigious boarding school, Gender-based wackiness ensues,
Shropshire's wackiness is apparent on every page, and his accounts of ventures into mind-altering substances (usually a 12-ounce plastic cup of iced Jose Cuervo "known locally as a Fort Worth Air Conditioner") and his tangential asides are just as important to his story as the baseball commentary.
It's an uncanny likeness that sees him celebrate the wackiness of Mr Cooper who was arguably the most surreal comedian to thump about a stage.
Ten minutes later, the Brazilian's position as a true world champion of wackiness was confirmed by his incredible diatribe against Michael Owen (pictured).
And in so doing, he offers a tired, surrealist-y vision, embalmed in wackiness.
When the goal is being crowned Iron Science Teacher, wackiness and showmanship count.
It's as if all of the book's wackiness is insufficient veil for some sort of drippy chaos, an impressionistic swamp which can (and toward the end does) overcome whatever sense of security and normalcy readers might think they are feeling.
I pretty much dealt with Starr's obsessive tactics, Clinton's lame behavior and Monica's wackiness.
Other than wackiness, all these ideas have one thing in common: They suggest that you test or measure the effect of one thing (one variable) on something else.
We know that winter wackiness can actually last until spring and that the Christmas tree is the sole perpetrator.
Still, others say, there seems something about the field of fruit fly genetics that guarantees a continuing lineage of wackiness.
Crumpler's spirit is rooted in iconoclasm, wackiness and irreverence (or is that total irrelevance?