cluelessly


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cluelessly

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This can build up another financial bubble that could burst again, triggering more desperate pressures from warmongers to go to war to boost demand through more arms sales and extract more value from ravaged countries, cluelessly made to believe they need to invest more in military arms, than education and factories that generate productive jobs.
The weird buttocks loophole wasnt a case of male lawmakers acting cluelessly, Marty indicates, saying it was more a reflection of 190s-era mores.
This short head-butt of a book taught me more about recent political events in a single rich evening of reading than I've learned in this entire last and very unpleasant year of obsessively monitoring cable TV, and confirmed for me something I've been feeling for a while now, namely that social media is a toxin we are cluelessly injecting into ourselves, even as we ask, "Why are we getting so mean and stupid?
Cluelessly deciding to quit the EU customs union and single market without assessing the cost is dangerously reckless.
These staff have to look forward to people like me looking cluelessly for Christmas presents for friends and family.
You have all these people who are so cluelessly washing their hands of any culpability or responsibility, as people tend to in life.
Are we going to cluelessly accept this kind of 'logic'?
If Andy Samberg were still on "Saturday Night Live," it wouldn't be too hard to imagine Conner 4 Real, the cluelessly self-confident idiot white-boy rapper he plays in "Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping," as the featured playa in one of his SNL Digital Shorts.
This photo of veg so candidly and cluelessly offered for sale was taken in Liverpool.
Well-meaning Jake fights hard, but cluelessly, to support Sam, wanting everything to return to normal.
The source of most jokes came from Claypole and Davenport being cluelessly inept at perform ing any relatively simple task, largely due to the fact that they had popped off long before most modern technology existed.
She says there was a fire in a flat recently and as everyone milled about cluelessly and thought it a bit of a romp the firemen came and brought some order into the place.