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... Overcast! EP (1997) Overcast! (1997) Sad Clown Bad Dub II (2000) Ford One (2000) Ford Two (2000) Lucy Ford The Atmosphere EPs (2001) God Loves Ugly (2002) Seven's Travels (2003 ...
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... Common names include Clown catfish, Clown Syno, Clown Squeaker, and Barredtail Squeaker ...
... Giggles the Clown is performing at the Nursery today but rather carelessly he has lost his make-up, juggling balls, magic wand and the rest of his clown paraphernalia ...
... denote an abnormal, exaggerated, or irrational fear of clowns ... Ute myths feature a cannibalistic clown monster called the Siats ... of Sheffield polled 250 children regarding their opinions on clowns all 250 children in the study, whose ages ranged between four and sixteen, reported that they found ...
Famous quotes containing the words bad, sad and/or clown:
“In our great concern about the mental health of children, however, we have overlooked the mental health of mothers. They have been led to believe that their childrens needs must not be frustrated, and therefore all of their own normal angers, the normal ambivalences of living, are not permissible. The mother who has bad feelings toward her child is a bad mother.”
—Elaine Heffner (20th century)
“The sad thing about artificial intelligence is that it lacks artifice and therefore intelligence.”
—Jean Baudrillard (b. 1929)
“Or else I thought her supernatural;
As though a sterner eye looked through her eye
On this foul world in its decline and fall,
On gangling stocks grown great, great stocks run dry,
Ancestral pearls all pitched into a sty,
Heroic reverie mocked by clown and knave....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)