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But McWho was kookier in his homeland brogue - and finally laid the ghost of Sylvester McCoy's lisping Doc to rest.
And maybe Republican nativists will be relegated to the kookier AM frequencies of talk radio, with the party's more sensible voices taking center stage in this debate.
Gunz handled the serious stuff while Matt took care of some of the kookier challenges.
Sometimes it gets a little kookier, as in wicca woman Annette Lawrence's "blood drawings," which bear such comically essentialist-womanist (feminist is definitely the wrong word) titles as "Moons" and "The Ancestors and the Womb." Dates radiate outward in vaginal/lunar/Mayan-calendrical symbolic formation, sometimes accompanied by supersilly, Egyptoid hieroglyphic cartouches.
Powers abhors, retrospectively, the kookier breed: "countersubversives," often tainted with anti-Semitism, who fingered supposed reds and their disciples inside every bottom-up reform movement and behind nearly every liberal politician--and forced more reasonable anti-Communists onto the defensive.
Oh, don't let my Instagram feed fool you-I am kookier than most people think.
Although her sound ventures off into kookier extremes, particularly during Dresden Dolls' tracks like Missed Me, the evidence was overwhelming that she's a major league rock star.
My mole said: "Nicola got bored of waiting for the girls to regroup, so she thought why not give it a go as a solo star?" She wants to do something different to the other girls - something kookier and cooler.
In one, Melinda (a kookier Mitchell) is the single neighbour of out-of-work actor Hobie (Will Ferrell).When his film director wife Susan (Amanda Peet) has an affair, he decides Melinda is the girl for him.This is the comedy.
At the same time, the stage version abandons many of the kookier aspects of Waters' film.