wisenheimer


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an upstart who makes conceited, sardonic, insolent comments

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I've always been, as they used to say in Milwaukee, a wisenheimer.
No less moving is Muniz, able to convey a wide range of feelings with uncommonly natural ease -- and a stark contrast to his turn as wisenheimer Malcolm on new Fox series "Malcolm in the Middle.
The way they see it in Chicago,'' said Weir, a self-admitted wisenheimer, ``is it's like going to the Amish Country to do technology reporting.
I'd do it in a minute,'' he said, ``but they don't need to spend $200 million to send a wisenheimer to space so he can tell better stories on Letterman.
GUY MARIANO and Eric Koston's new board brand GuyKo fails to launch after a stream of wisenheimers keep calling to talk to the insurance lizard Real funny, guys.
The embarrassing events in the insurance and the insurance brokerage world of the past two years are a case study of how the "older, wiser" men and women who run the shop are actually the wisenheimers who nearly wrecked it.
The wisenheimers who paid no respects to such dolts did not get us into this mess--straight-faced true believers of all stripes did.