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Say whatever you will about the kookiness of following stock market cycles.
Third, I have found that teens have some of the most random ideas, and, quite frankly, BF fits perfectly with their kookiness. BF appeals to the weird, creative side of teens that many adults just "don't get." In this way, BF can inspire teens' creativity.
Yesterday's kooks are today's mayors, supervisors, and state senators--their kookiness having not faded away but become mainstream.
Kayhan is not the sole purveyor of such kookiness. The former head of state broadcasting, Ezzatollah Zarghami, tells us in a recent Instagram message that McDonald's is assigned to change Iranians into little Americans: "McDonald's and Pepsi Cola are two political symbols of America.
It wants the cachet of real-life issues -- Maureen has a severely disabled son; Martin gets ambushed on-air by his former TV co-host, making for a comment on UK tabloid culture -- wrapped up in bubbly carefree kookiness. Still, the result didn't have to be as bad as A Long Way Down -- a film that runs the gamut from merely unconvincing to actively maudlin to out-and-out tasteless.
Thursday's third-season finale was a reminder of its tasty kookiness.
Regina Spektor has always walked a fine line between affected kookiness and engaging eccentricity and both sides of this Russian–born, classically trained musician were on show here.
Because Angelina Jolie's unique brand of kookiness can't be fully contained in just one Oscar scandal mention, we also included her in the #4 spot on our list.
"I felt that beyond some of the kookiness of the stories, there was a heartwarming core there that a broad audience can relate to."
THE queen of kookiness is no longer ga-gagging for tobacco...
(In Allen's defense, this tendency is much more marked in his later films, the early ones owing much to the fashion-forward kookiness of the young Diane Keaton.) Allen and Stillman also share a similar belief in the transcendent power of popular songs from the first half of the 20th centuryDamsels in Distress ends with an endearingly inept tap number performed to George Gershwin's "Things Are Looking Up" (from the 1937 Fred Astaire vehicle A Damsel in Distress, naturally) that could have come straight out of Everyone Says I Love You.
Working first with choreographer Andrew deGroat, and later Lucinda Childs, Wilson and Glass created an unexpected hit that, despite and because of its kookiness, became the impetus for much of Glass' renown.
In retrospect, Kusama's perceived kookiness helped camouflage her--for the mainstream--more radical ideas.
"I'm not going to say that Jenny and I never fight, but you see the kookiness of the woman I share my life with."
Katie Waissel, the crazy-haired (and ever crazier eyelashed) lover of drama and kookiness who fought back week after week when she continually found herself in the bottom two.