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|After all, when you are past 30, bulging biceps and pleasing pectorals may boost |
your ego, but your life and health ... —Mark Cucuzzella, M.D. It's rude to count
people as you pass them. Out loud. —Adidas ad The whole issue is exactly that:
|It's more then just a race, it's a style. It's doing something better then anyone else. |
It's being creative." "It's rude to count people as you pass them. Out loud."-Adidas
ad "If you can't win, make the guy ahead of you break the record."-Anonymous ...
|—John Ruskin, English poet 294 It's rude to count people as you pass them. Out |
loud. —Adidas ad 295 Rejoice, we conquer! —From Phe1'd1pp1'des by Robert
Browning (allegedly his last words after running from Marathon to Athens to tell ...
|For every intellectual misfit who thought they were the only ones to think the things that Lawson dares to say out loud, this is a poignant and hysterical look at the dark, disturbing, yet wonderful moments of our lives.|
|They stare at you as at a rara ((vis if you say you believed that they meant all they |
said about "a people's will," and ... While distance lent enchantment to all the
murderous weapons of war, they spoke out loud and bid ; but flesh is weak ; and
if it ... too, would have been soldiers ; us it is, a pouncet-box and perfume become
them better than the rude arms of rough and ... Scorn will point its finger at them
from every place— c6ntempt will glance on them from every eye ; and they must
|The umbrella went up, and the tombstone face, with its weeping willows, came |
down, but not so far down as of old. ... If you want a man to bow right well leave
him a little hungry ; don't let him be too fat ; that will make him stiff. ... A thousand
people moved here and there with red books held up before them, and they read
aloud as they walked, and looked ... towards the great leathern doors that kept
constantly thundering their protest against the rude crowd that pushed and
rushed, and ...
|The 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th counts Were the same form as the lat, but only set out |
the publications of June 2', July 1, July I5. ... device and intention aforesaid he the
stud John Martin after the passing of said Act on the twenty-fourth day of June in
the ... They stare at you as at a ram avis if you say you believed that they meant
all they said about “a people's will,” and ... our friends, too, would have been
soldiers; us it is,a pouucet-box and perfume become them better than the rude
arms of ...
|I — ah — don't know whether you are aware that my — um — ah — name is |
POLYBLANK, and that I am the Rector of ... (Aloud.) Tardy ? Oh, dear no. I
shouldn't have cared if you'd stayed away altogether. (In a whisper, to GRACE.)
Do you think that was too rude, dear? Grace ... These people are really too
impossible! ... Perhaps, by patience and sweetness, I shall win them over in the
end. ... Why, why is it that I can count upon a kindly welcome in the humblest
cottage, whereas here ?
|I didn't take any cake when they passed it, and grandma leoked 'stonished. She |
said : ' No cake ! and you haven't tasth your preserves : I'm afraid you're sick, child
.' “ Something 'most choked in my threat, but Jim said, right out loud : “ ' No, she ...
|A great fire was roaring and crackling in the chimney, lighting the rude apartment |
in every recess. ... I doubt if you ever saw boys and girls doing the kind of work
which engaged the young people seated about the broad glowing hearth. ... up a
handful of rage, tags, etc. l'What have you done with that three dollars that you
stole out of my buckskin purse this morning? ... was low, and he tried to make its
thread even; but Volney heard the quiver in it, and her heart yearned towards him