The beasts--however, it is simply absurd to suppose he did not know any more than to feed the beasts
on oyster suppers.
Feed The Beast
, which premiered at the Birmingham Rep, considers the impact of the media on the highest echelons of British politics - questioning whether it is possible for a Prime Minister to shun the press and still thrive.
Feed The Beast
concentrates on the rocky relations between politicians and the press during Michael's first 100 days in power.
About 70 percent of insurance industry IT budgets are used to feed the beast
, just to keep the existing platforms running smoothly, according to Kevin Kelly, executive vice president for Enterprise Markets at XDimensional Technologies and a well-known insurance technology consultant and iconoclast.
This sort of bubble ends when there isn't enough liquidity to feed the beast
My coffee habit is back and I'm off to feed the beast
The answer to this crisis is not to feed the beast
more but to scrutinize the laws already passed with the idea of eliminating (decriminalizing) the bloated over-regulating criminal laws that serve no necessary purpose and to reduce the burden on the people due to having to enforce such nonsense.
Except you can never feed the beast
enough in the current political environment.
While selling newspaper buildings isn't a new thing -- the trend of moving presses away from the city center is at least three decades old and once the presses are out, thee's no real reason to stay -- the sudden flurry speaks to the issue of the need for newly leveraged, non-public publishers to continue to feed the beast
that is the investment banks.
You need to feed the beast
that's gnawing at your stomach, but you don't want to poison yourself with the McPlastic stuff.
We all had to feed the beast
forever, but the beast has gotten to be more demanding.
The entertainment's industry is a vast black hole - and those who fill it, who feed the beast
, become very rich.
The world premiere of Feed The Beast
will take place in April.
He has been able to feed the beast
of expectation at Manchester United year after year.