This inability to explain stocks is not mere jibber-jabber
. After all, more and more people are being forced to choose where to invest their retirement savings.
From my own web jibber-jabber
, an outsider would probably think I was an obnoxious whinger.
On the Conan O'Brien hosted web series Serious Jibber-Jabber
, the writer-director-producer revealed to the late night host and former "Simpsons" writer that he had recently confessed to writing a "Simpsons" script before his big break in the early 90s.
WHILE you have every right to ask someone to quit their jibber-jabber
you may not be so perky when you find out that they might have had a point.
I'm not just referring to outside consultants paid obnoxious hourly rates to jibber-jabber
in so much jargon that you stop listening and just give them the green light for whatever it is they want.
In fact, they never shut up, and when I was on the verge of a 30-up (a massive break at my level of snooker), I was furious with their constant jibber-jabber
I don't agree with how they talk, the jibber-jabber
. I don't like the baggy, hip-hop clothes."
CORVALLIS - The "jibber-jabber
," as Oregon State interim coach Kevin Mouton called it, that prompted a bizarre series of events a day earlier didn't have a chance to boil into something more Saturday afternoon.
The story "Car Buying" gives a copious account of it ("Momma pretty often displayed me naked to visitors") and in "Jibber-Jabber
in Little Rock," the ten-year-old "is a troll of a child, squinting, twisted, with no freckles and nothing impish about him." For Brodkey, as for Wordsworth, the child is the father to the man, and the parents in his work, scorchingly, trail clouds of infamy.
As for anything written in that jibber-jabber
, it can stay where it belongs.
THE annual Liverpool music behemoth, Sound City, begins in earnest tomorrow for three days of live performances and industry jibber-jabber
But his triumphs have been undermined by a vagueness of intent and a fondness for the meaningless jargon-heavy jibber-jabber
that has already turned off a generation of voters.
Whilst you have every right to ask someone to quit their jibber-jabber
you may not be so perky when you find out that they might have had a point!
So quit your jibber-jabber
and let's pump some iron...
Loosen your belt, kick back and enjoy our last trawl of 2003 through the flim-flam, jibber-jabber
and utter drivel that makes Ginger Snaps the Column that Really Takes the Biscuit.