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In Never-Never Land, the group encounters the villainous Captain Hook, played to great comedic effect by Rob Lynds, and his pirates.
He said: "We are in pharmacological never-never land here, something that was done to Michael Jackson and no one else in history to my knowledge.
She would get a Provident or Sterlers cheque and pay it back on the never-never.
Over the past few years our young people seem to have kept a low profile, happily borrowing money on the never-never for their education and barely whispering a complaint.
According to the Kaiser Family Foundation's 2006 and 2009 Survey of Americans on HIV/AIDS, stigma and discrimination are alive and well in the US, so why not in never-never land?
Larry Clark's never-never land is the everyman's nightmare.
The only drawback is that this monument to public medicine is being paid for on the never-never which is, ironically, likely to make it harder to achieve that worthy goal.
And the same all-consuming love of 'fantasy football' - of teams playing in Never Never Land, rather than clubs bought on the never-never.
Set in a never-never land with Egyptian and Gnostic overtones, its catchy, folk-like melodies and comedic ensembles never fail to bring a smile, and there was indeed much to smile about in OH's production.
They should be listened to, as opposed to the siren voices of those who thought that the never-never gravy train of sinfully overpriced house prices would last forever.
You will all know of course that it was the home of Jeannie Gunn whose books The Little Black Princess and We of the Never-Never made her famous.
A non-declared non-event that never happened lives in the never-never black ops zone of public reporting?
Even though this story about first love and the never-never land between high school and college is set in Australia, it will resonate with American high school students standing on the brink of their futures.
It's a tale of five eighth-graders - who graduated last week from Oaklea Middle School in Junction City - and their efforts to see drama not go the way of Never-Never Land.
It witnesses against the preoccupation with a never-never land in the sky.