thickheadedness


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At times, The X-Files shows the FBI hindering Mulder's and Scully's work simply out of bureaucratic inertia, incompetence, and all-around thickheadedness.
In the sharpest of the commentaries, Nahum Barnea, a popular columnist for the daily newspaper Yediot Ahronot, charged that the situation stemmed not from the government's right-wing bias but from its ``arrogance, its thickheadedness, its blindness.
He seems to blame his own thickheadedness while handing her thunderbolts.