“Had Muse pled not guilty, it would have been the first piracy trial on American soil since 1826, sending scores of harassed law clerks into the dimmest, darkest recesses of Admiralty law.”
“Second, the tautology that money is spent or saved demonstrates that you think that your mastery of the basics of money handling, at a level familiar to even the dimmest of five-year-old children, makes you some kind of expert.”
“By now, even the dimmest of Muggles knows that the Wizarding World of Harry Potter is a smashing success.”
“Even the dimmest terrorist must by now be saying, “Hey, those drones the U.S. could come in handy in our line ofwork.””
“Chris Green says: orca: Even the dimmest terrorist must by now be saying, “Hey, those drones the U.S. could come in handy in our line ofwork.””
“The dimmest among us should not be leading the way.”
“From Albany to Athens, all but the dimmest observers now recognize that the model we've been following has run aground—morally, socially and fiscally.”
“… I have went to a couple of teabagger events here in Washington to see what these morons are up to, and believe me they are the dimmest bulbs in the country.”
“There is always a plenitude of star gazing enthusiasts around the world who direct their telescopes toward glistening worlds of hope that hang in the dimmest chasms of an enigmatic universe.”
“To be perfectly honest, I have not yet used most of these names when I go to trendy coffee shops because I think that even the dimmest barista might suspect that I was messing with him.”
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