Unfortunately, consumers today are more loyal to their own bottom lines and cereal purchases have become a crap-shoot
"This area of disaster tort cases is sort of a crap-shoot
," notes CEI's Adler, adding that there's no telling what a jury might mete out as punishment.
Once it came to crap-shoot
time, I then hoped to step it up a notch, if I was still in the running of course.
His summary description of this billion-dollar global business as "a crap-shoot
" is all too easy to accept in an era when sound judgement has virtually been abandoned.
It was Rickie Lambert's late winner at Hartlepool on the final day of the season that put Rovers in this end-of-season crap-shoot
After intermission, the rocking-chair beat of the two old men observing ducks and life from a park bench in "Duck Variations" abruptly gives way to the blustering crap-shoot
rat-a-tat-tat of their much younger male counterparts in "Sexual Perversity." But the plays have more than an author in common: As they contemplate their own death through bird-watching, Emil (John Tormey) and George (Peter Maloney) in "The Duck Variations" engage in a gentler but no less intensely combative game of one-upsmanship than the one played by Bernard (Clark Gregg), the alpha male, and Danny (Josh Hamilton), his womanizing disciple, in "Sexual Perversity."
The idea that the seemingly random structure might turn the contest into a bit of a crap-shoot
look hopelessly misplaced.