Speaking of personal doctors, only complete morons or clueless civil servants that do not know the first thing about
how economics work would have decided to pay these doctors up to 250 grand a year for offering primary care.
Can it be true that "these kids do not know the first thing about
what they want to do with their lives" and that "they are totally clueless"?
These were the thoughts of absolute idiots who did not know the first thing about
him as a human being.
It means that Suzuki does not know the first thing about
"Frankly," the executive said to me, "we do not know the first thing about
these applications and how they apply to us." That is not a good thing.
Up until recently Brett Ratner did not know the first thing about
Bollywood movies, but that did not stop the US director being snapped up to helm one.
Unfortunately, many troubled teens who are pregnant or have a baby do not know the first thing about
bonding with their child.
'I did not know the first thing about
dairying but we knew there was a quicker return,' Dai said.
"I do not know the first thing about
moving clubs anyway.
He or she may not know the first thing about
the company, but they are willing to learn if well paid.
Of those without a private pension, 60 per cent confessed that they did not know the first thing about
pensions - compared to only 45 per cent nationally and 57 per cent complained about sales people not explaining the Economics Editor details clearly enough.
For the better part of six months, the Republic's Monday section has focused on finance issues, typically giving a real-life example of someone who does not know the first thing about
a particular financial issue, but it has had its problems, concedes Nicoson.
To be beached is bad if you are a whale [the beach balls boo and blow raspberries] but it is worse if you are a sailor, pestered morning and night by native girls [cheers, whistles] who frequently do not know the first thing about
proper dress [catcalls, stomping of feet, showers of confetti; the beach balls cluster around the author and roll him into the sea].'
It could have sent a couple of civil servants for special training if it was unable to find a qualified person for the job in Cyprus, instead of employing a cop that did not know the first thing about
running a prison.