The Good For Nothing
Chester team brainstorming as part of the hack
The pacing of "Good for Nothing
" could have been a bit brisker, but Kiwi star Holloway is a terrific cowboy/homicidal maniac, and the South African-born Rademeyer, malting her screen debut, is intriguingly beautiful, facing the obvious perils of her character's position with a certain starchiness.
Anyone with kids knows that if you give in to their whining demands you'll end up with a spoiled brat who is good for nothing
. What a shame Man U is finding this out the hard way.
I'm not a lazy good for nothing
bum, Despite what people say.
"Money is good for nothing
unless you Know the value of it by experience."
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehman-Parast told reporters on the sidelines of a seminar on the "Challenges and Prospects of Iran's Nuclear Program" at the Tehran University on Wednesday that the entire world knows very well that uranium enriched to the purity level of 20% is good for nothing
but peaceful purposes."No country is ready to produce extra fuel beyond its needs.
The transfer window is good for nothing
except panicking managers into buying players as short-term stopgaps and chairmen into rash decisions.
Jaci Maraschin, a former member of Faith and Order, used to say that worship was an activity that was good for nothing
. To praise God had no value.
134); Annotating the lives of "Number One," "good for nothing
," and "2nd-" or "3rd-rate" businessmen, credit reports made men's lives available for inspection, reporting, and sale.
This year's featured speaker is Michel Noel, winner of the 2005 Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Fiction for Young People for Good for Nothing
As a fellow 'oldie' I take exception to his idea that we're good for nothing
Alfred: But good for nothing
if she can't give the King a son.
Immeasurably small on a global basis, and good for nothing
but US, German and Danish windpower firms.
"A cucumber should be well sliced, and dressed with pepper and vinegar, and then thrown out as good for nothing
." Samuel Johnson, author
Good for nothing
tramps--temporary pleasure is all they provide.