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A HALLOWEEN maze was closed yesterday after it was wrecked by "mindless" vandals.
MINDLESS vandals smashed the windows of a police car in Coventry while officers attended a job.
You are trying to do something nice for the area but then people come along and do something like this - it is mindless. You get a bit of trouble around the station, that's the nature of it.
"The group has grown from strength to strength, but you always get mindless idiots."
Three "mindless" youths have been handed referral orders after deliberately trashing a model railway exhibition worth PS30,000 after drinking vodka.
Continued exposure to such mindless entertainment, argues Herbert Marcuse, becomes a kind of drug or candy for the oppressed populace--replacing feelings of discontent with a deluge of mind-numbing situation comedies, sporting events, and glitzy commercials.
One of the most mindless exercises in the estate tax area has been the recomputation of estate tax each time an interest payment is made.
No Logo is a call to arms, as Klein highlights the already existing, righteous, energetic movement against multinationals and their sweatshops, against the IMF and the World Bank, and against the mindless consumerism that sustains social injustice around the world.
The shrill, mindless alarmism could inhibit important scientific advances; yet there is danger, too, in cavalier dismissal of moral concerns about how the quest to control our genetic destiny may affect humanity's basic view of itself.
District Judge Jerry Bass called the crime "a mindless act of violence."
We seem to be trapped in a mindless destruction of resources, violent and aggressive attacks on Gaia and stupid excesses.
TODAY I'D LIKE TO TAKE TIME OUT FROM MY BUSY SCHEDULE OF CAR CHASES, EXPLODING FIREBALLS, AUTOMATIC WEAPONS FIRE AND MINDLESS MOVIE MAYHEM TO DISCUSS A SUBJECT ZAT IS VERY CLOSE TO ME: TIGHT UNDERWEAR.