The recently unveiled design shows a "futuristic" walled city that will be no wider than 200 yards.
When the heat is on, you might suffer from "heat rash", also known as "prickly heat" or "miliaria".
Knotted, polka-dotted, twisted, beaded, braided, powdered, flowered and confettied! Oh say can you see my eves, if you can then my hair's too short.
Someone has calculated that one person counting to one billion would take 131.8 years to accomplish the task.
You can count me out when it comes to ordering a side of placenta the next time my wife and I dine out.
Soggy hand towels by the dozens are piled like wannabe Jenga sticks, eventually falling over on the floot.
When I was a kid growing up, we got the "Asian Flu" and " German Measles".
Negativity spreads in the darkroom of isolation.
"Woke" is a term defined as "aware of and actively attentive to fads and issues".
Viktor's muzzled snout sounded like a jet engine at take-off as he snorted into my left ear during our match in an actual ring.
I have some special memories of you when you were growing up.
If this was a football game, somebody would be throwing a flag and we'd be going to the instant replay to determine who deserves a penalty.
As a reporter, you always hoped for those exclusives, or "scoops" as we used to call them.
The day actually turned into a beautiful May 1st Sunday with blue skies and warm sunshine.
Prior to 1943, we Americans paid income taxes quarterly or annual.
For the chicken, it's involved but the pig is committed.
America's loss of its' sense of humor in recent years and growing "PC-ness" has put a damper on the nickname business.
Most times, my sandwich comes to me, wrapped tighter than a swaddled baby in a piece of waxed paper.
These guys do get paid for acting, you know.
It is the first thing good news people should consider before airing or writing a story.
How far back do you have to go before you can find a name worthy of that label?
The average bed will contain up to 10 million dust mites.
I supposed you noticed gas prices are a bit higher, too.
"There was a big door that said "Thou shalt not.' We touched it and it fell off its' hinges."
Ford calls it "Cyber Orange".
But, "Winter Storm Landon" sorta missed the mark for me.
It became the theme music for myopic, Fire-balling reliever Rick Vaughn (Charlie Sheen) to be summoned from the bullpen, sporting his black, horn-rimmed glasses.
Their tiny bodies (and even tinier stomachs) require them to eat 15 to 20 times a day
To the credit of CBS president William S. Paley, he never pulled the plus on Murrow and the "See It Now" show.
Regarding weight loss and better health, which is w worthy goal, losing weight is simple.
Plus, the price of popcorn is unknown.
Cats can be and are eaten in Vietnam; they're often listed on the menu as "baby tiger".
Remember the excitement of Christmas Eve and Christmas morning when you were a youngster?
"Because I said so!"
But, in 1987, an editorial Column in the Stanford Daily said "The Tree" was lame.
By the way, there's one story that says the iconic "Ch-ch-ch-Chia" commercial was created during an alcohol-infused brainstorming session.
Most of the heating vents on the floor were covered with wet gloves and mittens, too
Watch for pigs gathering sticks. Cold and snow is coming.
Some might argue that we need more laws to define our lives.
If a football game has 4 quarters, why don't we call it a dollar?
I haven't quite put my finger on that one just yet.
How did the CDC overlook this marketing ploy?
But then again, that's what Washington usually wrangles over.
There's nothing worse than a chip that flexes or a pretzel rod that bends.
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Today we have all sorts of way to spread information, factual or otherwise.
It's one of the few things I can do and not feel guilty about doing nothing.
So, is it ketchup or catsup?
This is not an indictment on the effort of those "in the field".
Now, I don't have "astraphobia" which is the fear of lightning but I do have a healthy respect for it.