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  • Maybe I've seen too much blood ... maybe I've just gotten a little kill-crazy ...

    Caught in the Crossfire: Adrian Scott and the Politics of Americanism in 1940s Hollywood

  • We have no conscripts, only kill-crazy berserkers.

    Why Do I Infernokrush?

  • Just the thing to tell a bunch of kill-crazy Klingons.

    Infiltrator

  • Do the kill-crazy bandits and the haters get you down?

    TRAIN A-TRAVELIN'

  • I mean, sure, we'll accept a kill-crazy animated children's doll or a horde of slavering, reanimated zombies.

    CNN.com

  • Thus, one flaky battalion commander and a small squad of kill-crazy foot-soldiers did it all.

    CounterPunch

  • The Welsh Assembly were pushed into a U-turn of their own, of sorts, back in July, when the Badger Trust and other animal 'welfare' activists won their legal challenge on a technicality, pushing kill-crazy plans back for months.

    Bath Bomb #33 Out Now - Bath Activist Network's MySpace Blog |

  • Fact of the matter is, not everybody lost their damn minds, and it is a profound dishonor to those who held to their convictions in the face of overwhelming public pressure to go all kill-crazy that we lump them in with the nutballs painting their chests red, white and blue and high-fiving their buddies while they beat up Arab shopkeepers.

    First Draft

  • Once helter skelter has begun, our rotating group of generals will bury those kill-crazy religious fanatics in the name of our Lord.

    The Morning News

  • Yet the CCP goes on kill-crazy rampages in Tibet, and in China (Tianammen Square and others), and get a mild, simpering reprimand.

    CTV News RSS Feed

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