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We may never know if he controlled her, and if so to what extent, but in recent years Dion has emerged as a more fun person, one who seems to have embraced her public image as a bit of a kook, where she used to appear rather smug and self-serious.‘Aline,’ Cannes’ Unauthorized Celine Dion Biopic, Is Like a Will Ferrell Movie Without the Jokes|Caspar Salmon|July 14, 2021|The Daily Beast
Maybe, after decades and decades of being written off as kooks, the believers will have some government-backed proof.Some UFO believers hope a new report will be vindicating. But others say they’ve been burned before.|Travis Andrews|June 24, 2021|Washington Post
Even if you barely paid attention to surfing, you’d no doubt heard about angry locals, always men, threatening kooks at coveted breaks.
For now, I’d stay out of the water for a little while, but I’m a health kook.Environment Report: Coastal Neighborhoods Supported Measure E Least|MacKenzie Elmer|November 9, 2020|Voice of San Diego
Paul watched his father marginalized and mocked as he was trapped by the GOP establishment determination that he was a kook.
One sure sign Gov. Jindal is hungry for higher office is his willingness to sup at the table of the kook right.
But Paul Begala says to really make it in politics, he has to break with the kook right.
Water they carried from near Kak-a-mak-kook, named from the alders growing round the stream.Indian Legends of Vancouver Island|Alfred Carmichael
Remember, it was between three and four centuries back that I lived, the first white man, on the coral isles of Raa Kook.The Jacket (The Star-Rover)|Jack London
It might have been, and the yells the warning howls of a motorist who had burst or lost his honk-kook and his head.The Rising of the Court|Henry Lawson
Emile Kook, only ten years of age, considered as without a rival as a juvenile pianist.The Black Swan at Home and Abroad|Anonymous