As for his airy-fairy
statement that the area is finally beginning to pick up, does he honestly think us Teesiders are a load of mugs?
A New York Winter's Tale Cert 12A THIS romantic airy-fairy
tale thuds to earth with all the grace of Frankenstein's monster.
In my experience, no matter what Madam Airy-Fairy
tells you, it's going to be down to you.
Don't think it is all airy-fairy
fluffy farming - they have commercial plans to increase their business several times over in a planned timescale whilst upholding their values of good land stewardship.
Who do the writers of these airy-fairy
ideas think they are kidding?
It proves, as does the Evo 10 that there will always be a market, no matter what the airy-fairy
perceived correctness of the day or running costs, for faster pulses.
JIM SMITH criticised Oxford for an airy-fairy
display in the 3-1 loss at Droylsden on Saturday but it could be the suspect defending of Torquay that influences the result of tonight's Blue Square Premier clash at the Kassam Stadium.
We cannot have any prima donna, airy-fairy
, slip-shod rugby.
While Hornby idolises the more fragile of the Arsenal team and mistrusts the multi-talented, Bhattacharya's hero is Gun-dappa Viswanath, a man capable of both glorious cover drives and airy-fairy
wafts outside the off stump' Sunil Gavaskar, meanwhile, India's premier run-getter of all time, is berated for his slow scoring.
So now the airwaves and websites are filled with airy-fairy
statements followed by "rapid rebuttals'.
This isn't about some airy-fairy
notion of Earth worship, one-world utopianism or Galanter and her pals' latest nitwit PC cause.
I had asked them all for advice and I had no airy-fairy
notions about it.
Dame Rosemary Butler has unfortunately fallen into the typical Assembly mode of not giving sufficient thought to analysis but has accepted airy-fairy
figures as fact.
Although you might think working with the spirit world is a bit airy-fairy
, John works hard to make it all a bit more tangible and relevant to our everyday lives.
Addressing what he called "the suspicion that all this is a bit airy-fairy
and impractical" he recognised that it was impossible to "capture happiness on a spread-sheet".