I dropped my prompt cards in front of Josh Hartnett once and I’ve never recovered.
That’s just the way the cards fall in the UFC. It’s about what’s going to make them the most money. It’s not about what makes the most sense.
To sign up to take credit cards 21 years ago, it was the same amount of paperwork as getting a commercial mortgage. It was very intense, it was burdensome, it was entirely unnecessary.
During her illness we received bags and bags of anything you can imagine, from get well cards to origami from Japan to medications. The mail lady used to come on a little moped – and she had to rent the mail truck from the town next door because she had to lug these bags to our door with thousands of cards we couldn’t even open.
It was never on the cards for me to go to uni, going to a sink secondary modern in the Midlands. The threat was that if you didn’t get your exams, you would end up in a factory. Which I did, but actually that was a great experience, and I would have even got an engineering diploma if I had stuck my three years out.
I love games so we always play cards and board games to relax when we’re on tour.
My grandmother is the type of person, I’d be down playing cards in the park, and she’d take the dog and walk down to the park, like 10:30 or 11 at night. I was 12 years old. She’d come down yelling for me. I’d be embarrassed in front of my friends. She’d grab me by the hair on my head.
The whole process of getting cards printed is so cumbersome.
Some of the yellow cards I get are for tactical fouls, which is fair enough, but I don’t like the others – the ones for protesting.
If I play at cards, I want to win and, coming into the games, I want to win, always, with the best result, with the respect to our opponents.
Even when I was a kid I wanted to win everything: a game of Monopoly, a game of cards, dominoes.
I love watching ‘House of Cards.’
I don’t do credit cards ’cause my mama told me back in the day she never dated a man who tows a wallet. ‘Cause that mean he ain’t have enough money.
This is my saddest story: In grade school, they would have us open our Valentine’s cards and read them out loud. I always sent cards to myself because nobody else did.
My grandma spelled my name wrong until she died. Like literally, birthday cards, mail, everything.
I have a lot of respect for people who really work on their life – they’ve got this great apartment and a good personality, they write the thank-you cards and bake birthday cakes. That’s who I wish I was. When I see people cultivate their own life like that, I admire it.
Here’s how adaptation works – almost everything in the movie is in the book in some form. But it’s as though the deck has been completely reshuffled and some of the cards have been assigned different values, some of the fours have been made into jacks, and some of the jacks have been made into twos.
A lot of life is dealing with your curse, dealing with the cards you were given that aren’t so nice. Does it make you into a monster, or can you temper it in some way, or accept it and go in some other direction?
It turns out that CVS is one of about 40 merchants in a consortium that formed in 2011 to develop their own mobile-phone-based payment system. The consortium, called the Merchant Customer Exchange, or MCX, is in large part all about eliminating, or at least reducing, the fees banks charge retailers for swiping credit cards.
The UFC are promoting a lot of cards and there are a lot of fights that people even don’t know that will happen. But Wanderlei Silva vs. Dan Henderson would sell very well.
You can always make a film somehow. You can beg, borrow, steal the equipment, use credit cards, use your friends’ goodwill, wheedle your way into this or that situation. The real problem is, how do you get people to see it once it is made?
I have quite a good card sense. My grandmother taught me to play bridge, so I had a reasonable sense of the cards and how they work.
Each player must accept the cards life deals him or her: but once they are in hand, he or she alone must decide how to play the cards in order to win the game.
Direction has always been on the cards, and I love writing.
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