View Poll Results: There's method in his madness.

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  • It's easy to understand his approach.

    565 38.94%
  • It's hard to understand his approach.

    886 61.06%
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  1. Huda-M's Avatar
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    #21

    Red face Re: There's method in his madness

    I think it means that its HARD to understand his approach, because a method...IN MADNESS........ Really cant be understood!


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    #22

    Re: There's method in his madness

    Quote Originally Posted by Huda-M View Post
    I think it means that its HARD to understand his approach, because a method...IN MADNESS........ Really cant be understood!
    There's no method to my madness. There is, however, madness to my method.



    Shoot the bird!


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    #23

    Re: There's method in his madness

    I understand this to mean, "Even though he APPEARS to be mad, or even IS mad, it is clear to see that there is a definite, sane plan behind his actions."

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    #24

    Re: There's method in his madness

    Quote Originally Posted by Robyn View Post
    I understand this to mean, "Even though he APPEARS to be mad, or even IS mad, it is clear to see that there is a definite, sane plan behind his actions."

    R
    What if he really is mad and he's just trying to make you think that he's not mad by invoking the expression "there's a method to my madness"?

    Last edited by PROESL; 31-Aug-2009 at 17:03.

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    #25

    Re: There's method in his madness

    The point, Robyn:


    It first glance his actions appear to be madness (chaotic, pointless), but taking a deeper look reveals a coherent plan.

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    #26

    Re: There's method in his madness

    Every person has a different kind of madness..... There can't be methods in ALL of them...!?

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