Are you utterly incompetent and unable to lead? Do you find gratification in enraging masses of people? Are you able to achieve absolutely nothing over a matter of months while appearing to work diligently?
Blue Bird: [slightly frantic] Bring me another three drinks, or so help me god, I will divide in mid air and explode this bar in several places at once! Every single bottle will shatter, even if the wooden portions of the bar stay intact, dammit!
What's worse?: paying the bills and what's owed to peeps of this country or being viewed worldwide as "bad creditors" and defaulting? Then, what? We get smacked with higher interests and yoda, yoda, yoda.
A former patient of Marcus Bachmann who suffered from crippling migraines revealed that he was told that prayer could relieve him of his urges to suffer from debilitating headaches and "re-orient" him into "mainstream, Christian society."
Judy Gold is aptly named. She has mined her childhood angst for comedic gold, seen through the prism of classic 1970s sitcoms in The Judy Show. A laugh-out-loud riot, it packages Gold's kooky, crazy memoir into a clever 80-minute production.
It's the year 2049, and good news! The United States of Chinamerica has finally gotten rid of its debt. How did we do it? With a solution so simple, so elegant, it eluded the best minds of our and previous generations, until its genius was irresistible
I continue to be nostalgic for comedy that doesn't require constant profanity or a surfeit of fart gags to succeed, that relies instead on subtle, clever scripts and witty dialogue; movies that in the end give their audiences some credit for brains and taste.
If anybody can (and could and should) get away with spawning another reality outing, it's Roseanne Barr. Roseanne's Nut chronicles her never-boring life running a 40-acre macadamia nut farm on the Big Island.
I don't know what happiness is but it's definitely NOT just going with the flow. Stop the flow, start the flow, but don't under any circumstance just go with the flow. It may ruffle a few feathers, but some people's feathers need a little ruffling.
We pride ourselves on admitting only the most tooth-filled infants into our extremely-early education programs. With a program as competitive as ours, we occasionally see parents trying to inflate the number of teeth their children have managed to grow.