We speak of the unspeakable and ongoing slaughter of millions of innocent human beings in their own mothers' wombs by the hands of a few fellow humans gone mad
The resulting controversy electrified Fresno dwellers and the national press; the Bee's letters page sizzled, and big-city newspapers wrote stories suggesting Fresno was a hick town gone mad
Through the 1990s, REASON was a voice of "dissident feminism," upholding the equal dignity of both sexes and supporting the rights of individuals against a government that had gone mad
over sexual harassment.
Her heroes often find themselves scavenging on the margins of society: Transients like the ever-present panhandlers - some wily, some industrious, some pathetically desperate - discover ways to battle daily indignities with laughter and small acts of kindness; friends like Nan, "holed up in high-rise hell" and fighting poverty and diabetes, beat back the lure of suicide by simply sharing a conversation with a friend; and strangers like an unknown woman, falling to her death from the Barham overpass, realize they are unable to beat off the lure of suicide "in a metropolis gone mad
, where the only politics is survival and success is measured in multiples of zeroes.
The 1918 virus represents the ultimate disease-causing agent-in a sense it's like ebola gone mad
The stately pines with nodding heads in whispers Deplore a world gone mad
in riot of Fall.
Her solicitor William Boyle said: "Either the law or r those applying the law have gone mad
Whether taking the form of furniture or of objects with no identifiable function, Teplin's assemblages often seem the work of a milliner gone mad
To the average person it would seem that the world has gone mad
This latest bout of political correctness gone mad
follows a diktat from the Football League to scrap God Save the Queen ahead of all the play-off finals because the Welsh national anthem won't be played for Cardiff.
Ultimately," Hunter writes, "I have come to think of Malcolm (in one of his own metaphors) as the gargoyle perched on the cathedral steeple, a grinning, gnome-like figure peering down at the antics of a world gone mad
, and at the same time drawing attention heavenwards.