Mr Jackson denied telling anybody to kick the Iraqis or taking the potshots
Said warns us of simplistic approaches to the "Islams" and particularly of Bernard Lewis's book What Went Wrong?--"a debased effort to push unsuspecting readers toward thinking of `Islam' as something to judge harshly, to dislike, and therefore to be on guard against." Davenport uses a purported review of Terryl Givens's By the Hand of Mormon as a platform from which to take misinformed potshots
at Joseph Smith, the Book of Mormon and Pearl of Great Price, and (by association) members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
These blind spots make Miller's screed as easy to dismiss as Sorkin's potshots
. National Review's Jonah Goldberg is most likely right when he says that Sorkin would regard Bush as a dummy even if he "had an I.Q.
Separately, the May 2000 issue of U.S.-based National Geographic magazine took potshots
at the nickel mining industry in New Caledonia.
Jan Morrison took the next potshots
. "You've got it completely backward in America," he said.
Officers say someone could be maimed by youths taking potshots
at people who unwittingly cross their line of fire.
McLeod upheld his paper's "right" to take potshots
at religion by declaring that "there are as many hypocrites in organized religion today as there were when Jesus walked the earth"--thereby slandering not only millions of living believers, but countless devout Jews who are 2000 years dead and helpless to defend themselves.
(Not entirely original, the format borrows from another cable-TV show, Comedy Central's Mystery Science Theater 3000, in which a man and his robots watch subliterate sic-fi and gladiator flicks and take potshots
at straw men from beyond the galaxy.) In his 1983 film Videodrome, David Cronenberg accurately presaged this development with his Marshall McLuhan-based character Professor Brian O'Blivion, who only agrees to appear "on TV on TV." Today, it is not unusual to see a "how-to" ad one week and the same spot a week later "on TV on TV," in the virtual living room of a follow-up spot, with the "family" nodding and demonstrating the making of an order.
raise the wrong questions, at least to the open-minded viewer.
He followed his first big success, the enormously popular Low Man on a Totem Pole (1941), with more than thirty - five books of anecdotal humor that took potshots
at all forms of pomposity and pretension.
Wattenburg takes a few potshots
at "scare-mongering" environmentalists and "poor-mouthing" liberals, but his real target is the media.
Summary: New Delhi [India], July 23 (ANI): BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi on Tuesday hit out at Congress MP Karti Chidambaram for taking potshots
at the BJP over the number of its MPs in the Lok Sabha saying "303 is a mandate to allow the progress of the country and to control terrorist activities".
in Wallasey and Millbrow in Widnes were the venues for the the Merseyside Area qualifying event of the North West Open.
THE political battle for Bihar reached its peak with both Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Bharatiya Janata Party taking potshots
at each other.
This goodie from 1982 is memorable science fiction from the tense and exciting moment when a helicopter is pursuing a fleeing dog and potshots
are being taken at the fleeing beast.