2000, Finola Moorhead, Darkness More Visible, ISBN1875559604, page 133:
Forget the mechanical, materlial, solid model of communication, bring in the invisible but very real web rings. Internet, hacking and so on; puerile conversations of chat pages, insane obsessions with nutso things.
2008, Becky Garrison, The New Atheist Crusaders and Their Unholy Grail, ISBN1418574554, page 55:
Trust me, we both can find fringe fanatics to prove the other side is nutso. So let's stop with this stereotypical silliness.
2009, Sally John & Gary Smalley, A Time to Surrender, ISBN1418576816, page 30:
This is a nutso project they've taken on, but it's their nutso project, not ours.
You know, some computer nerd rapist killer nutso builds a fantasy around her, crashes a party whereshe's supposed to be, she laughs himoff, says she'd rather be fuckin' her girlfriends than a pimply little freak--
2012, A. J. Swoboda, Messy: God Likes It That Way, ISBN0825488818, page 143:
Sadly, at the end of his life, Luther became somewhat of a nutso.
2006, Michael Amore, Loosely Based On Last Thursday, ISBN1425944558, page 102:
I'm working at the ink-jet machine running a job...then I hear a weird noise I but I can't really tell what it is over the sound of the machine right.. .then I think I hear a whimper...all of a sudden my step mom bursts out from her office all nutso saying..."where is your father, where is your father"
2014, Stephen Baxter & Terry Pratchett, The Long Mars, ISBN1448167639:
In there was Captain Ed Cutler, whom every man and woman in Maggie's old command had once seen run nutso in Valhalla.