nutcase nutcase


  • (n) someone deranged and possibly dangerous



  1. Bill is the founder and head honcho of Rounder Records in Cambridge, Mass, and a Red Sox nutcase of the first water, not to mention a Ted Williams fanatic.
  2. Five years after one of the world's most bizarre acts of terrorism, I and millions of other residents of Japan remain spooked by Asahara and his group of nutcase followers.
  3. They deal with the problem the way that New Yorkers do when they encounter a ranting nutcase on the street.


  1. EUR Perspective: Saying Goodbye to Michelle

    *In an era full of absolutely nutcase politicians in America, you’ve really got to stand out to be known as a “the crazy one.” Yet, for four completely off-the-wall terms, Minnesota’s Michelle Bachmann helped warp herself into exactly that – wrenching the title of “America’s most insane politician” away from many, many different contenders. No [...]
    on June 11, 2013     Source: EURweb

  2. Webber slams 'pay driver' van der Garde

    Jun.11 (GMM) Mark Webber has slammed Giedo van der Garde for being "a pay driver with no mirrors".The insult is reminiscent of the Australian veteran's ridicule of "first lap nutcase" Romain Grosjean last year.His angry jibe at van der Garde, a rookie this year, follows an incident in the Canadian grand prix, when the Red Bull and Caterham collided while Webber was lapping the ... Keep reading
    on June 11, 2013     Source:

  3. Washington Turns on the NSA Blinders to Target Weird 'IT Guy' Leaker Instead

    Most members of Congress are not outraged by the National Security Agency's programs to collect all phone calls and emails. They are outraged that someone would expose the existence of those programs. Now that the leaker has gone public — Edward Snowden is still holed up somewhere in Hong Kong, with "way, way more" secrets — the campaign to discredit him as a nutcase or weirdo has begun.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Atlantic Wire via Yahoo! News


  1. "I'm sure I speak for a lot of people when I say we miss Dioufy," said Megson. "He always had a smile on his face and was a great lad around the place - an absolute nutcase. But he's not vindictive or nasty at all. Yes, he made the statement...
    on Nov 27, 2008 By: Gary Megson Source:

  2. "This woman is a nutcase. Certifiable," Perle said. "She makes wild accusations. She was fired from her job, and has been on a vendetta against : imagined demons ever since."
    on Oct 21, 2009 By: Richard Perle Source: Brad Blog

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