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  • adv. Foolishly. In a foolhardy manner. Without thinking about the consequences.


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  • Don't you think there's a big difference between something where people in the art community and around the world have decided, this is art and we are going to accept this, as opposed to something you decided to do helter skelter, somewhat foolheartedly?

    CNN Transcript Sep 4, 2009

  • The Year of Charity - late summer, possibly Halloween time - the anthology I foolheartedly embarked upon the creation of will become reality.

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