A chap looking uncommonly like a bummer
. I saw them walk away together from the quay."
He calls it the BUMMER business model, which stands for "Behavior of Users Modified, and Made into an Empire for Rent." A BUMMER
business offers you a free service--with Facebook, access to the platform; with Google, free use of the search engine--and in exchange that business gets to collect data about you.
"It is a bummer
because the longer you have to wait...I mean, it's a bummer
," she told (http://www.eonline.com/ca/news/885792/jordana-brewster-calls-fast-furious-9-delay-a-bummer) E!
The episode kicks off with a bit of Cohen@Mushon's song "Basa," which has the refrain eize basa, or "what a bummer
." (The accompanying music video, with its scenes of partying youth, doesn't seem to be much of a bummer
at all.) Another song used in the episode is Ha-Dag Nachash's "Lazuz," which gives us mevo'as, another word for feeling bummed or annoyed, as in ze lo meshane she-chavera shelcha mevo'eset, meaining "it doesn't make a difference that your girlfriend is bummed."
''I won't get to pitch, which is a bummer
, but that's all right,'' Samardzija said.
JIM FURYK admits his US Open bid became "a bummer
" after his latest nightmare.
JUDY MOODY AND THE NOT BUMMER SUMMER PG AN ENDLESSLY annoying tween's fears that she's in for a bummer
of a summer is the premise for this terrible film.
"I think that the media puts too harsh of a spotlight on women in general, and I think it's a bummer
," Us Magazine quoted him as telling Extra from the NFL Pepsi Smash Super Bowl Bash in Tampa, Florida.
DOES RESEARCH on happiness prove markets are a bummer
? Political scientist Benjamin Radcliff of Notre Dame University, summing up his recent studies in Social Forces and the American Political Science Review, says survey research shows that "the more we supplement the cold efficiency of the free market system with interventions that reduce poverty, insecurity and inequality, the more we improve the quality of life."
Personally, I know what a bummer
it is to have the earliest curfew, and it's easier if, once in a while, the party ends when you leave.
Each poem is only a page or two long, succinctly defining a given term for lay readers as well as its implications for someone looking to make Moolah and avoid a Bummer
. Arranged in alphabetical order by subject, the poems combine to give a refreshing and easy-to-remember introduction to the perils and pitfalls of investing before risking hard-earned dollars.
In the beginning, I'm sure that many merchants were still feeling a little ominous, for business in recent years hasn't been good, as we all know, and Black Friday has been a bummer
Even so, ecstasy still can be a bummer
. Unchallenged research has suggested that long-term ecstasy use erodes people's memories (SN: 5/5/01, p.
What a bummer
, as some of my Gen X friends like to say.
Depressed prices and white spot disease have combined to make the shrimp operations a bummer
for the company, which is based in North Haledon, New Jersey, USA, but has branches all over the world.