Can Cancer Be Funny? Fran Drescher, Award-Winning Actress and U.S. Special Envoy for Women's Health Will Speak at the National Press Club on April 14
...is "a Russell" - with Rosalind's comic timing, Jane's curves and Jack's tenacity.
An eight-year uterine cancer survivor, Drescher authored Enter whining
and Cancer Schmancer, both New York Times best-sellers. She has received two Emmy and two Golden Globe nominations for her portrayal of "Miss F...
Rodriguez and Baseball: 'No Accountability'; 'Disgraceful' News Conference, Says Ex-White House Drug Spokesman Robert Weiner
... is getting away with dodging despite his admission of at least amphetamines and likely use of other banned substances, and A-Rod is getting away with whining
without real consequence, it's essentially the public and fans be damned -- all that counts is tickets, TV viewers, and advertising revenue.
NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/May 19, 2008 Issue (on newsstands Monday, May 12, 2008)
...the other 48 states "don't give a rat's patootie about seating
Florida and Michigan. In fact, they're angry at those states for jumping
the line, then whining
INTERVIEW: "After 60 Years, No Peace Yet" (p. 32). Special Diplomatic
Correspondent Lally Weymouth,...
Whining in Medical Dictionary
... Temper tantrums range from whining
and crying to screaming, kicking, hitting, ... Your toddler's second temper tantrum of the day shows no signs of stopping, and ... On averag...
Whining in Biological News
Flu not the only germ threat this time of year
...han 35,000 people in the United States annually, your sick neighbor or colleague who probably doesn't have the flu is a sniffling, sneezing, wheezing, whining
reminder that there are other germ threats.
Infectious disease experts at the University of Rochester Medical Center have tracked the dangers from ...
Whining in Biological Technology
Wisconsin Manufacturing Poised For a Barrons Bounce
...n has a world-class manufacturing sector that has continued to control costs, innovate and re-invent. Wisconsin needs to stop wringing its hands, stop whining
about its temporary economic woes, and stop trying to protect its industry from global competition. After all, Wisconsin is well positioned to ride th...
The first law of software
...of things like defining what it is they want and assessing whether the technology they end up with really meets those needs.
And oh, by the way, no whining
from senior IT management in the larger shops either. You also have to cover all the vaguely technical bases and with less direct control than the sma...