Reporter Megan McArdle tested the comparison for a Bloomberg Businessweek article this month: “After I’d put it together, I had something surprisingly close to one of the cigarettes I used to smoke. The mentholated tobacco flavor rolled sinuously over my tongue, hit the back of my throat in an unctuously familiar cloud, and rushed through my capillaries, buzzing along my dormant nicotine receptors. The only thing missing was the unpleasant clawing feeling in my chest as my lungs begged me not to pollute them with tar and soot.”.
GB: You had such an interesting ride through pop culture, going all the way back to the 1960s, but in recent years, with the role of Denny Crane on Legal and Practice, there was a new level of acclaim from your peers. Theyawarded you the firstEmmy of your career in 2004, and two of those trophies are on the shelf at home. What do you think about now when you reflect on your odyssey as an actor?.
It is memorable, it is funny but it comes as no surprise. What does is the loneliness of a woman whose mother does not understand her, whose daughter disappoints her, whose spoilt son neglects her and whose political coach and confidante, Airey Neave, is blown up by an IRA bomb before she has made it to Downing Street. She has only Denis, the husband who is both her cheerleader and her connection to some part of real world.
Your poor pant leg does not know what is happening! The bottom of your pants wind up getting trapped around the shoe every time you stand up. You are forced to unbunch your pant leg constantly, or just leave it as it is because you end up “unbunching” so often that you give up. There are lots of different styles of cool boots you can wear, or you can wear fashion sneakers like Vans or Chucks.
You see it even in the confirmation process for Neil Gorsuch, Trump’s supremely qualified and measured Supreme Court nominee. He’s a slam dunk, yet some factions have scraped together a campaign to block him. Their ads are plaintive and pathetic. We recently got a warmer wag of a finger. Jarrod Jackson in Audience Relations passed along an actual letter on paper from 12 year old Sylvia Seay of Crozet, Va. She chided us just a bit while also being absolutely charming, at least in the eyes of many in the newsroom..
Yep. BTDT. Bleed the system, and then adjust the clutch pedal. I told this story here on this sub before but it’s pertinent here. I know someone that busted his ass making a company that manufactures pipes and valves for industrial applications. He poured in tens of thousands of his own money, buying secondhand equipment, leasing warehouse space, hiring the best engineers to fill in his own knowledge gaps because he wanted to actually make a better product, not just a cheaper one.