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This includes the 8- and 11-year-olds hanging out of the tree while one of their Bethesbian mothers hands them the family camera, imploring them to get a good shot of the crowd, which includes (which will always include) the kooky, ratty-looking Uncle Sam on stilts, and the patchouli girls fleetly flying around (patchouli girls now span, what, three generations?
I recently heard someone express concern that Marilyn Burns might be considered a kooky constructivist because she encourages kids to reinforce their mathematical understanding through the act of writing and dialogue.
At first it doesn't look much different than the box it comes packaged in This cool piece starts out as $18 of unpainted pre-formed unassembled cardboard from Mixed Nuts But break out you craft paints and tap into that kooky imagination of yours and you too could have a baby armoire like the one we snazzed up here Bonus
At first glance, the entries seem absurd like they couldn't possibly be true, but as you get to know Ang ("Poorly, Ang" is how she signs her broke entries) and her broke friends, you can't help but believe their tireless adventures and kooky schemes for anything beginning with the words FREE.
Laura Luddites who spread wild tales and kooky conspiracy theories about our schools.
It is flagcrete and dingbats and terrazzo About the only word that defines Googie is kooky, daddy-o.
Lucia Lacarra plays the Novice like a French gamine, all spidery arms and kooky humor, curious, innocent, funny.
Despite an obvious and unnecessary sequence where Michel tries to sit on a chair and read a newspaper (a la Buster Keaton in The Railrodder), this is a kooky, totally absorbing document of our dogged, awkward, very funny and very Canadian dance with the weather.
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Also during the night, Gaga showed off some more typically kooky ensembles, including a new meat dress, a studded black leather all-in-one catsuit, a pink origami frock and a white cage gown.
A kooky comedy with support from Michael Keaton as our heroine's dad and Carol Burnett as an eccentric grannie.