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irresponsible

i ruh spon suh buhl

  • a  showing lack of care for consequences
    behaved like an irresponsible idiot
    hasty and irresponsible action

  • UNITED NATIONS "Never before have I heard such irrational, irresponsible, insulting and repugnant language in these chambersand language used, if you please,.
  • The rich have to realize that their irresponsible spending patterns could threaten social stability.
  • He was an irresponsible hedonistic ne'er-do-well who wreaked disaster, encouraged children to disobey their mothers and ate cake in the bathtub, then tried to clean up the pink .
News & Articles

  • State needs tools to consider district consolidation when school boards are irresponsible
    In fact, it's irresponsible to run out of cash, even in a time of continued enrollment declines, which reduces state aid. Good leaders know how much money they have to spend and plan accordingly, even if that means painful cuts or finding innovative ways to do things.
    June 14, 2013 - The Grand Rapids Press
  • Labeling of clergy is irresponsible journalism
    In Sunday’s AC-T, and again on Monday, we learned that “left-leaning clergy” have been part of the recent Moral Monday protests in Raleigh. This is shoddy, irresponsible journalism. How does either the AP reporter or John Boyle know that the participating clergy are “left-leaning”? Is “left-leaning” intended to imply that they are flaky idealists and therefore to be discounted? Are we going to ...
    June 14, 2013 - Asheville Citizen-Times
  • Peep This Awesome Real-Time Map of the World’s Bike Shares
    Sick and tired of hearing about New York’s bike share and the irresponsible weirdos that populate it? Well, here's a change of pace: this excellent real-time map illustrates 85 different bike share systems from all over the world. Read more...        
    June 14, 2013 - Gizmodo
Quotes

  • Barack Obama in International Herald Tribune
    Obama, who is facing a critical test less than three weeks into his presidency, said in a statement, "It is inexcusable and irresponsible to get bogged down in distraction and delay while millions of Americans are being put out of work."
  • Carl Icahn in Toronto Star
    It is irresponsible to hide behind management's more than overly optimistic financial forecasts,Icahn wrote. "It is unconscionable that you have not allowed your shareholders to choose to accept an offer that represented a 72 per cent...

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