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Singer-songwriter and gay rights advocate Elton John has criticised the new mayor of Venice on social media as "boorishly bigoted" for banning books about homosexuality from the Italian city's schools.
Elton John has blasted the "boorishly bigoted" mayor of Venice for banning books about homosexuality from schools.
He raged: "Beautiful Venice is sinking but not as fast as boorishly bigoted Luigi Brugnaro." The singer often stays with husband David Furnish and their two sons at a flat he owns in the Italian city.
The newspaper printed cartoons that boorishly mocked the prophet Muhammad.
Sickly, chronically depressed, boorishly disagreeable, often out of his mind, Vincent van Gogh was also revolutionary with a paint brush and could write one hell of a letter.
But after watching the video, how many of them would want to follow in her footsteps and work for ministers who get away with behaving so boorishly?
Instead, ITV had no hesitation in deciding the glamour tie to stick on Sunday primetime was between Chelsea and Stoke which, correct me if I'm wrong, will be awful and probably won boorishly by the home team.
Melbourne, Aug 23 ( ANI ): A group of Australian Olympic swimmers who admittedly took sleeping drugs and 'behaved boorishly' with their female colleagues in a bonding ritual ahead of the London Olympics have reportedly escaped further punishment from the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC).
The Master is an overlong demonstration of virtuoso filmmaking that is by turns dazzling and boorishly pretentious.
The Master is an overlong demonstration of virtuoso film-making that is by turns dazzling and boorishly pretentious.
When she made the mistake of mourning the vanished choir aloud to her children, they boorishly insisted that it had never been there in the first place, an auditory hallucination, hangover from the anesthesia, but as she pointed out to them tartly, they hadn't been the ones to hear it, had they?
What follows is an overlong demonstration of virtuoso film-making that is by turns dazzling and boorishly pretentious.