It was a snow job
that blanketed Gillette Stadium yesterday.
Kristin Shrader-Frechette, University of Notre Dame, whose topic is "Communicating Science versus Doing a Snow Job
The discovery of our first documented case of mad cow disease is not as scary as the fact our Department of Agriculture seems to be trying to give the people a snow job
Adopted plans are summarily disposed of, normal community processes ignored, and a snow job
of public relations supplants genuine community input.
Hicks' approach eventually becomes tedious, and, by the film's last half-hour, everything feels repetitive, a cinematic snow job
with no dramatic cohesion.
That, and all the hype about the Winter Games, which CBS and TNT has honorably tried to inflate all week, is nothing but a snow job
, chock full of filler and byproduct from Martha Stewart trying on a kimono to shots of someone practicing figure skating, and then missing events like Tuesday's downhill victory by Picabo Street because it came after CBS went off the air.
Despite the blizzard of appeals coming from Death Row, it is important that the public not let the snow job
blind them to a fundamental truth: Some crimes are so heinous as to warrant the death penalty.
In this winter of our discontent, it is hard to tell the "oops,'' from the snow jobs
With an increased product range, Husqvarna is able to offer solutions for snow jobs
of any size.
It is very obvious that writer Thomas Sowell dislikes President Obama but his latest column, "More jobs or snow jobs
," indicates that he has forgotten or is in denial of who started the "crash" of unemployment in our country.
You're good enough at snow jobs
in every other sphere.
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He does this with an honest, sincere, and "naked passion," visualizing, in a parable, a judge who orders everyone in the courtroom to take off their clothes because "I'm [the judge] sick up to here with all the cover-ups and snow jobs
I get from fancy Brooks Brothers pin-striped suits.
95), which exposes the dirty little secrets and mathematical-sounding snow jobs
of the financial services industry, and shows how to avoid the high-fee, highly taxed, average-performing investment strategies that separate people from their hard-earned money.