The current president of Russia. Resembles a giant albino bat, with his pointy ears, palid complexion, angular features and balding pate.
Former KGB man who is edging the country very slowly towards dictatorship. Shows the tendancy to repeat history (killing Chechens, desiring more government control.)
Vladimir Putin secretly wishes that he could turn off the lights in Russia for a week, then turn them back on to reveal that there were no more Chechens. Maybe a few large mountains where none had existed before, made out of what appears to be freshly turned earth, and possibly filled with thousands of lightly charred skeletons, but no Chechens, nosiree!
An antiquated term for insanity, madness. Belfry: the top of a bell tower on a church, where the bell is housed. Often infested with bats, who enjoy the darkness and seclusion of the place.
She's got bats in the belfry, sqirrels in the attic, owls up in the loft. She's apeshit, bughouse, batty, mad as a march hare.
What Neill Ptrick Harris left in the back of Harold's car in Harold and Kumar go to White Castle.
"He're's $20 for the burgers, and 200 for the car. I left some, ah, love stains in the back seat, you'll see."
Subscribing to a course of action reminiscent of organized crime. Acting or conducting business in a way that is violent and totally without conscience. Acting like a gangster/thug/hoodlum.
Running business or holding a high government position with the help of hired guns, intimidation and the occasional asassination.
A moustache that entrely covers the mouth, giving the impression that it acts as a strainer when drinking or eating soup.
Anthony grew a soup strainer moustache, but shaved it when it started to get in the way of his food.
Madness, insanity, deluision.
He's got a couple of squirrels up in his attic, if you know what I mean.
Madness. Insanity. Dementia.
Thorozine: gets the owls out of the loft.