WITH the obvious exception of that odd chap who blathers
on every other Monday I think the Journal has some excellent contributions from its columnists and letter writers.
He fails to address anything that was said and blathers
on about oil and gas not being there 200 years ago.
This from people who willingly listen to Sarah Kennedy shtumble through her shcript, shounding tired and emotional as she blathers
on about nothing mosht morningsh.
While he blathers
on about the injustice of it all, he'll continue to attract the wrath of English fans.
This inadvertently feeds into Brent's already misguidedly sizable estimation of himself, as he endlessly blathers
self-aggrandizing nonsense to the cameras (his management style emphasizes ``team individuality,'' he proclaims, explaining in typical corporate boobspeak that ``nothing ever changes by staying the same'').
The next time someone blathers
at you about gun violence, remember that the problem is not "gun violence," per se.
So Cornel West can retain his star status in the white Left as he blathers
on conspicuously about rampant "nihilism in black America," spouting breezy, warmed-over versions of the stock conservative - and utterly false - narrative of the fall from an earlier organic community, claiming that black Americans suffer from a "collective clinical depression," calling for a "politics of conversion" and cultivation of a "black love ethic" (is this Robert Schuller meets Barry White, or what?
The next time one of those smug marrieds blathers
on about the joys of marriage, smile serenely and silently list the many pluses of not being half of a pair.
In this triptych of monologues - shot last December at Beverly Hills' Canon Theatre - LaBute essentially tells us the same story three times: An insipid character blathers
on randomly at first before getting to the point, and the point is a ghastly act.