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  • n  an insane person

  • For two decades, Sung Hae Rang lived behind closed doors with the despot said to be the world's most dangerous madman.
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  • On the road again, next stop: ARCA Michigan
    My lady friend and greatest supporter outside my family often calls me the "Energizer Bunny", and not because I use their batteries in my camera gear (which I do). She also calls me a madman because of the pace I work and the schedule I keep. Last week a teaching colleague called me "The Machine", which was a new one, but I like it. As an old TV commercial pitch man ... Keep reading
    June 11, 2013 -
  • In fear of the Soho hobo
    Frightened Soho residents are hoping a homeless madman who has attacked and harassed people for years along posh Spring Street finally stays behind bars.Richard Pearson, 48, has been arrested 21 times over the past 30 years — but keeps appearing in the neighborhood despite his endless legal run-ins and being...
    June 7, 2013 - New York Post
  • The Prey ( 2011 )
    The most popular movies among readers. A convicted bank robber breaks out of prison to protect his family after confiding sensitive information to an outwardly friendly cellmate, only to realize he's actually a madman who will stop at nothing to get what he wants.
    June 6, 2013 - New York Times

  • Barnaby Joyce in The Age
    It's like a madman giving you free beers at a pub - you'll drink them but you won't respect him,Nationals Senate leader Barnaby Joyce told reporters.
  • Vladimir Putin in
    Russian President Vladimir Putin denounced sanctions, comparing such threats to "running around like a madman with a razor blade."
  • Keith Olbermann in Forbes
    In an angry commentary on April 25, MSNBC's Keith Olbermann accused Rudolph Giuliani of using the language of Osama bin Laden with "the same chilling nonchalance of the madman" to argue that Republicans would keep Americans safer than Democrats...

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