If a high valuation is tough to justify when things are going great, it's next to impossible to defend when things aren't so hot
THE candidates for the Celtic hotseat aren't so hot
according to the Hotline.
The Aussies like to run with the ball in hand, but aren't so hot
While skin cancer is a scary enough thought, the other lasting effects of sun damage aren't so hot
, either--broken blood vessels, skin discoloration, larger pores, and, yup, even wrinkles.
Tech aspects are first-rate; ditto the zippy graphics and various-artists soundtrack (though oddly, the tracks the crews chose for competition aren't so hot
Reo-Coker's own fortunes against Chelsea aren't so hot
- five times since October 2004 he has faced them in a West Ham shirt and has lost all five.
They probably wouldn't have been able to do it standing up, but then dogs aren't so hot
at that either.
Other folk's tips aren't so hot
. You might find yourself saving the day over a work matter, though.
THEIR novices aren't so hot
this year but don't write off the Irish in Tuesday's opener.
There are some cracking diesels out there that are quiet and smooth and perform well but there are others that aren't so hot
The exception to this is young people aged between 16 and 24 who aren't so hot
to pay back, with 11 per cent of those struggling to pay back monthly bills delaying payment.
Some look great (I can't wait for Cats And Dogs) while others aren't so hot
, including Pokemon 3, the latest in the seemingly never-ending saga.
As an advice columnist, however, you aren't so hot
Even the normally hilarious interviews aren't so hot
The location is terrific - it almost sits on the bridge that takes you over the River Ness and into the town centre - but the parking facilities aren't so hot