Maybe you have heard the saying, "Nothing
could have prepared him for his role in the most controversial television drama of the year, where he plays a convicted paedophile placed back into the community and struggling to control his vile urges.
And the report says nothing
about the need for our increasingly cowardly populace to "man up" in their neighborhoods.
Thus, wealth brings the rich nothing
but woe because wealth and possessions stand in the way of a person's full access to the reign of God.
There is nothing
here on the revolution in dress, in table manners, in the forms of courtesy, nothing
on fashion and its powerful impact on contemporary minds and habits.
African Americans gained next to nothing
in the most recent mid-term elections.
It presents the possibility of proving gender to be nothing
more than something abstract and conceptual.
you may really have nothing
significant wrong with you, or
Like lawn-mowers, they create nothing
Second, there is nothing
in the litigation pertaining to proper 'ethics' in the industry.
For sheer feel-good confirmation of the indie spirit, Sundance offered nothing
more infectiously bracing than two documentaries about underclass urban subcultural vitality: Stacy Peralto's Dogtown and Z-Boys, about skateboarding's most innovative and influential teenage crew, and Doug Pray's Scratch, about the history and musical vitality of hands-on-vinyl hip-hop or "turntableism.
Buttery, and Supervenience, G.
What better occasion, then, to label "Buy Nothing
Day" and to try to get Americans--and everyone else--to take pause and consider their part in the rising tide of consumption.
And--most important--don't forget to offer your readers something for nothing
A year down the line, it's easy to see that this is pure nonsense - a perfect example of an organization existing to serve its own needs and nothing