That there will be more is inevitable ( Quinn is, after all, learning on the job ( but don't bet against him getting more right than he gets wrong
If Dyson's handling of education, which ranges from selective to misleading to simply false, is an indication of what he gets wrong
on other subjects in Bill Cosby, then this is a book-burner's delight.
But for the next four minutes, "while my card is being activated," I'm subjected to sales pitches for products and services--some of which I already have--including a pitch the serviceperson gets wrong
Each chapter addresses a particular aspect of the Israel-Palestine water conflict and the book illustrates both the broader nature of Israeli-Palestinian relations and factors that the existing water literature underplays or simply gets wrong
The greatest argument for ignoring Barbra Streisand, Martin Sheen and other show business celebrities when they give foreign policy advice is how much Hollywood gets wrong
about life in general and the Catholic church in particular.
What Bellamy gets wrong
is his association of lack of design with blundering inefficiency and chaos.
He also gets wrong
the meaning of creole in other places.
John Lambie taught me that I must handle the Lennon will ask for credit where it's due ll dit but truth' he'll also accept criticism when he gets wrong
But it is the little things which Labour so often gets WRONG
Sadly a city that is getting so much right in its rapid and exciting development, is leaving tourists with an impression of the one thing it gets wrong
- the St Mary Street Binge Ghetto.
Entire dissertations could be written on how much this show gets wrong
, and how badly.