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Also, if a study has access to some of those icepicks they used to use for lobotomies lying around, it's a lot easier.
Floyd Elliot: Study Finds Conservatives Are Morons Floyd Elliot 2012
Actually, I have a general fear of spiky things going to the nose – icepicks, etc.
He would put out his own eyes and stick icepicks in his ears before he would admit to seeing or hearing the evidence.
Because if the feeling in my gut is right and you are wrong, I will be spending Election Night pounding icepicks into me forehead.
A symphony of icepicks « The Life and Times of Organic Mama
Ehh. There are little dwarves living in my spine who take great pleasure in playing percussive music near my head, jabbing icepicks into their main dwelling, and occasionally jumping up and down on my uterus.
jaxraven Diary Entry jaxraven 2007
Once they start finding icepicks in the heads of his opponents, then I'll agree.
the oberg days of march. daveberta 2006
On the other hand, I would rather jam icepicks in my eyes than listen to their recordings.
The nerve-shattering screech of the jamming pierced Giap's skull like a pair of icepicks driven into his eardrums.
Moonwar Bova, Ben, 1932- 1997
He saw N'stor Chasco -- nailed to the far wall with icepicks through his palms and ankles.
American Tabloid Ellroy, James, 1948- 1995