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- adj. Alternative spelling of loony.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. someone deranged and possibly dangerous.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone deranged and possibly dangerous
January 28th, 2009 at 1: 26 pm the danger the northern menace poses to the US has lessened now that the looney is back down to 83 cents.
They could fill enough hot air balloons to sail them all where they belong and that is in looney ben.
And in case you didn't know, nearly ALL of our Founding Fathers held Libertarian principles, and the man who many of you call a looney (though i doubt you know his policy views) is a proponent of some liberal ideas!
It has gone from a few folks (called looney) to more and more.
From my retired USAF brother in Anchorage (I asked him how Alaskans enjoyed being called looney by the MSM)
Yeah, nothin 'says "looney" like pointing out that we don't have the money to police the world, that we should return to constitutional government and protect individual liberty, and that our entitlement programs are going bankrupt.
You can echo Joe Lieberman and Bill O'Reilly all you like: Ned Lamont is no leftist, much less a 'looney' (which is such a silly term to bring to a serious discussion of politics).
I've already been called a "looney" on one site, which made me giggle because it made me think of Monty Python's "Fish License" sketch in which John Cleese proclaims "I am not a looney!" while trying to obtain a license for his pet fish, Eric.
The Canadian dollar, commonly known as the "looney" has fallen to 71¢ US from parity last September, and the nation has lost 71 thousand jobs in November, rising the unemployment rate to 6.8%, and if there isn't an auto industry bailout by the US Congress, or so the US auto industry says, GM could collapse by the end of the month.
I ran it by a manager or two that I know, they wanted to know if I was 'looney'.
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