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As in the Coen Brother's "No Country For Old Men," he despairs over a world gone mad, overrun by mayhem and corruption.
FINAL CUT A DEFT look at a reality TV world gone mad.
Oases of calm in a world gone mad," is how Russell Baker, himself no slouch at the form, described the obits.
It describes how in 2014, a 32-year-old physics research assistant, living in a world gone mad, sends a copy of Bob Woodward's 2004 book "Plan of Attack" back in time to his 20-year-old self in an attempt to change the future and save his world by preventing the 2003 U.
The strapline 'In a world gone mad, it's sanely delicious' will feature alongside images of fruits and bizarre cartoon characters in a multi-media campaign, including press ads, posters and direct mail for two months from the end of June.
After inflicting pain and suffering on their fellow human beings, secularizers usually discover that a world without God is a world gone mad.
The stately pines with nodding heads in whispers Deplore a world gone mad in riot of Fall.
He discovers that illegal experiments have infected it and now he must fight for survival against a world gone mad.