Israelsen believes Obecalp will become the poster child of how screwy
the dietary supplement industry can become.
With names like Screwy
and Melon Head, the toys are used in a number of games, the main one of which resembles traditional marbles.
Twisted logic inspires screwy
decisions and sends mixed messages.
Tying itself in philosophical knots with each narrative twist, the screwy
logic implodes during the spectacular, frenetic finale in which Cris projects multiple versions of himself into simultaneous futures.
Based on Philip K Dick's short story The Golden Man, Next ties itself in philosophical knots - the screwy
logic implodes in the spectacular, frenetic finale, in which Cris projects multiple versions of himself into simultaneous futures.
The Pitch: An idealistic young lawyer, Nick George (Peter Krause), falls into a high-salaried trap representing the notorious, high-maintenance, morally screwy
Darling family--who may or may not have been involved in his fathers mysterious death.
Its founders ( playwright and director Bill Martin and actor Leslie Simpson ( are happy to affirm that staging two plays simultaneously is a little screwy
, especially when one of them is a rarely-performed epic.
logic implodes during the spectacular, frenetic finale, in which Cris projects multiple versions of himself into simultaneous futures to outwit the terrorists and their explosive booby traps.
But the other kind of screwy
thing is that the 'zine is mostly photos of the guy who did it, in some admittedly kill spots, but it makes you wonder, did he get a friend to follow him and take some photos so he could make this 'zine?
Of course, like the idea that high art should be for "plain people," the idea that the experience of high art can be unmediated is just plain screwy
He's an 'unforgettable character' because his actual behavior is so screwy
Not only did Dellinger have to deal with a screwy
and hostile judge, but his co-defendants were anything but a dream team.
Ben Stiller (right) stars in screwy
comedy Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story.
The 501(c)s disclose virtually nothing--and by the screwy
rules of Washington, no data, no foul.
Blame it on your folks: "I know this sounds screwy
, but my parents like peace and quiet.