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To get what the blind won't see but is terrifyingly obvious to even the partially sighted?
Attending the trial of James Kopp, the man who shot Slepian and nearly killed his dad, Press realizes Kopp is not crazy but terrifyingly focused, a man at war with modernity, God's own army of one.
In 2000-01, when the stock market plummeted, millions of Americans were reminded that this risk is terrifyingly real.
Adults found this stuff terrifyingly incomprehensible, but kids adored it; toy companies took in $50 million a year from sales of Official Captain Video decoder rings, crash helmets, and atomic weapons long before Walt Disney went into the coonskin cap business.
What I am suggesting is that terrifyingly large numbers, perhaps through simple overuse, may have gradually lost their ability to scare people.
In a November 3, 2003 story entitled "Rewarding Lawlessness," we noted the ironic impact of Bush administration immigration policies on our national security: "More than two years after Black Tuesday, our nation's borders remain terrifyingly insecure, and our anemic economy continues to shed manufacturing jobs.
Inside is a terrifyingly messy cross between Q's laboratory, Frankenstein's workshop and Armageddon waged only with scraps of paper.
Nietzsche says, they ignore the love from the cross and embrace a "downright terrifyingly absurd answer": "God gave his Son for the forgiveness of sins, as a sacrifice.
But he also starts to have terrifyingly realistic dreams, about digging up graves and knifing strangers.
Thanks to "unencrypted, beautiful laserdiscs," he strung together clips supporting his assertion that Hollywood has a terrifyingly casual approach to death.
When awakened by an unfamiliar thump and clatter in the night, we are terrifyingly aware of two
Politicians promise change, but when they get into office they are confronted by this terrifyingly powerful voting bloc: The recipient classes