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Words like 'bemoan' are at the lower, less furious end of the scale, whereas an 'astonishing attack' is the angriest riposte a football man can launch.
Cody Cabrera: He is supposedly the angriest child in town.
99 Angriest Man in Brooklyn 15 THIS was the last complete film Robin Williams made before his death last month.
Itzkoff's ''Mad as Hell: The Making of Network and the Fateful Vision of the Angriest Man in Movies'' was published this year.
We are also keen to explore the stories behind the footage and would love to hear from any readers who knows someone that might be suitable - do you know the angriest family in Britain?
It has to be said though that Crystal Palace were pretty appalling, which considering they were being agitatedly urged on by what appeared - from my seat - to be the nation's oldest, angriest teenager, says much for their qualities.
If these guys were not on Strictly, they would be teaching for tuppence" Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood responds to the professional dancers on the show who complain they are being underpaid, at PS30,000 for the series "A spectacular mistake" Jack Straw, Labour's former home secretary, on his government's decision to open Britain's borders to Eastern European migrants "He is the angriest man you will ever meet.
The initial title on the runway for the output deal is The Angriest Man In Brooklyn.
The 34-year-old actor, who separated from Demi Moore, has been living with his onetime 'That '70s Show' co-star, while she films 'The Angriest Man in Brooklyn' in the city.
Of course, that didn't prevent Newsweek's The Daily Beast website recently from listing America's 10 Angriest Cities, based on Occupy Wall Street protesters from Oct.
Even animals get annoyed, they note, from stickleback fish fuming over the color red to mice genetically engineered to be the angriest rodents on the planet.
The angriest man in Scotland appeared to be Cumnock publican Hugh Nairn, of the Craighead Inn, who was being rebuked by his local licensed trade association for selling his bevvy too cheap, with heavy going for just 44 pence a pint.