I turned a corner last spring when a made-in-China grease gun I bought to lubricate the hangar door--as dismal a piece of crap
as I have ever seen--broke after a single use.
At the risk of ending my Liverpool ECHO career with yet another piece of crap
, you won't find any argument with that conclusion.
Sam ends up buying a used 1977 Chevrolet Camaro that turns out to be a robot in disguise.Not a bad buy especially when Bumblebee, an extremely friendly Autobot, shifts shape into a new 2009 concept Camaro, after Mikaela Banes (Megan Fox), the girl Sam has a crush on, insults the robot by referring to him as a "piece of crap
Camaro".Like all robot movie genres, Transformers is all about the special effects and Computer Generated Images.
He tells you that the directory you just bought for cold calling is a piece of crap
Case in point: With apologies to The Clash and their album C the Crap, Neil Young has penned the most memorable musical use of the word--this song "Piece of Crap
," which features lyrics like: I tried to plug in it I tried to turn it on When I got it home It was a piece of trap
``If you had built the Fourth Grace in the 70s, you'd have a complete piece of crap
of such stature as a commodity now that any piece of crap
Noted Attorney William Savarino, "Email played a central role in the recent inquiry by the New York state attorney general into conflicts of interest at Merrill Lynch." The attorney general was able to assemble his case with volumes of emails in which analysts privately derided particular Internet stocks as "such a piece of crap
" and "a piece of junk" while, at the same time, publicly giving the companies positive stock ratings, explained Savarino.
A stetson shielding his face and backed by his long-time band Crazy Horse, Young set off with the lovely Don't Cry No Tears, hurled himself at the stunning plea for peace Love and Only Love, then sneered at President George W Bush with the eco-anthem Piece of Crap
It became a cliche - take any old piece of crap
lying about, paint all over it, and sell it back at some commensurably inflated price to those whose very sense of value is predicated on refusal.
The Examiner never has been known for turning the other cheek, and managing editor Sharon Rosenhause continued that tradition, saying she didn't want to "dignify Garcia's column by talking about it" -- but called it a "piece of crap
academy thinks it's going to reform the old bad path, I have been there before they have been, and I'm there to punish and to expose and to say what they're doing - the New Historicism coming out of Berkeley, for example - is a piece of crap
Family members of those on board also accused the navy of putting its people in unsafe conditions, including one who said the military "sent a piece of crap
Yet, what are we to make of a grown man calling a college kid a piece of crap
, at a basketball game?
I had a messed-up childhood, and then I carried that into my adult years as an excuse to be a piece of crap