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Joel Weiss - 2006 - 280 pages
|IF WE CAN'T FIGURE SOMETHING OUT IN THREE WEEKS, WE PROBABLY |
SHOULDN'T BOTHER. Steven Gilbert American Businessman TRAVELER,
THERE IS NO PATH. PATHS ARE MADE BY WALKING. Unknown OUR PLANS ...
|Franklin, Benjamin If we can't figure something out in three weeks, we probably |
shouldn't bother. - Gilbert, Steven Everything someone does on a daily basis
should be traceable back to an annual or quarterly plan. - Griggs, Richard E.
|We tried to feel for the trap-door but we couldn't find it, probably we were walking |
in circles and anyway, it's ever so big. ... flagstone, if she hadn't bothered to dig
around to find out what had made the noise, we probably never would have
found the ... 'I can't bear to think ... so I won't. ... this place will have to be
surrounded by security people night and day I shouldn't wonder, once it gets out
that it's built on ... 'Anyway, perhaps in three weeks we'll have got the small
parlour ready for use.
|We're all on the road to the grave, but there's no reason to be in the passing lane. |
- Robert orben The secret of ... we would have achieved less. -WILLIAM FOSTER
If we can't figure something out in three weeks, we probably shouldn't bother.
- 112 pages
|If he stays healthy, Lendl believes he can remain at the top of tennis for another |
three or four years. His success, to ..... "My mom would say to me, 'We're going to
practice backhand crosscourts, and you can't come to the net.' My dad would say
- 106 pages
|If you were a kid somewhere else, however, you missed 425 miles of blue-green-|
lavender backyard all around to run in, jump in, fish in. ... Things being what they
are, we can't guarantee the Volvo you buy will survive for eleven years. ... Which
led us to discover something even more appalling— the number who died
without a doctor in attendance. So we ..... My husband and I were out in Hawaii
three weeks ago for his R&R. .... It was probably oxygen. ..... Anyway, I didn't
bother with it.
- 196 pages
|"We shouldn't make it sound too complicated," says psychologist Jay Lebow, Ph.|
D., a clinical professor at the Family Institute HIKE ... It's best to set out between la
.m. and 3 a.m. , so you're off the summit by noon, when summer thunderstorms
move in ... Even men who elude the worst of such clinical fates can't escape a
rut's indirect pitfalls, namely the missed .... It probably helps that our bodies have
become deeply tanned after 3 weeks in the sun and salt, and that our freak-flag
hair is ...
- 126 pages
|He's a 52-year-old male with coronary-artery disease. He's in their intensive-care |
unit on intravenous dobutamine and dopamine, and they can't wean him off them.
He's a UNOS 1 . We could transplant him over the weekend if we get a donor.
|3. FATE. AND. FORTUNE-TELLING. 'You've probably got very delicious thighs' |
TOM It's an age-old conundrum: if someone offered to reveal ... Everywhere we
looked, conscripts were on the march, from the woman in Wetherspoons
engrossed in her horoscope to the middle-class mums with ... 'I can see
something in my crystal ball,' said Ben, rubbing his hands together. ... I'd had to
wait days for a slot while earnest locals negotiated on my behalf, and even then
we had run out of time.
- 236 pages
|For a second Maddy stared at him as if she didn't quite believe what she'd heard, |
and then she flew out of bed and began untangling her clothes. ... Then she'd
probably want to do it, which he'd probably feel obliged to do, and the whole time
she'd be crying and ... The three of them used to spend weekends in Maddy's
driveway, tinkering with the Fairlanes while Sheila and Dale .... We're supposed
to have kids and spend summers at Pawleys riding around on those two-seat