Cloud Cuckoo Land love

Cloud Cuckoo Land

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  • There are far too many around these parts who are in Cloud Cuckoo Land and proud of it!

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Mummy: Anything's possible in Cloud Cuckoo Land, dear.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Announcing from Cloud Cuckoo Land that "they will pay for it more than they could imagine," Roger L. Simon tells his minions:

    Preemptive Pout

  • Apart from a couple of leathery old combat commanders and one tough-minded old scholar, to keep the rest from going completely off into Cloud Cuckoo Land, they're career civil officials with excellent academic backgrounds.

    The Game Of Empire

  • She needs to get her head out of Cloud Cuckoo Land and assess the world around her realistically.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Only in the Cloud Cuckoo Land that is this Fraudsters 'Parliament would it be considered reasonable that the taxpaying citizen voters of the UK accept paying first class for ANYTHING affecting any member of that dishonourable and tainted establishment!

    The Guardian World News

  • A ragbag of independents may sound laudable, but it is the politics of Cloud Cuckoo Land.

    Cranmer

  • John Redwood: Christians, socialists and the culture of blame for the Credit crunch Paul Waugh wonders if Nick Clegg has paid a visit to David Cameron's barber Cranmer believes Jury Team's proposed "ragbag of independents" represents "the politics of Cloud Cuckoo Land"

    British Blogs

  • If there is to be an Executive, then forget JA - let the Brits pay for the Cloud Cuckoo Land wherein NI's lunatic politicians love to dwell.

    Slugger O'Toole

  • It demonstrates clearly the depth and breadth of the new foreign policy of Cloud Cuckoo Land and, even more painfully, the new diplomacy.

    The American Spectator

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  • Originally mentioned by a character in Aristophanes' play The Birds.

    May 15, 2012