Cameron McEwan TONY Blair should stop ego-tripping
and go off to silent oblivion.
Without constant reminders in the press and in emails, our ego-tripping
academics, headline-hunting journalists, fund-raising Zionists and sermonizing rabbis would be deprived of much of their livelihood, perhaps of their entire raison d'etre.
She speaks for many of us who cheered a 'Labour' victory back in 1997 and I would remind people that the Millennium Dome fiasco was the first ego-trip Blair undertook and how he has been manically ego-tripping
Meanwhile, the DVLA is de - lighted at the take-up of the new - style personalised plates and the future possibilities the system holds for selling its combinations to ego-tripping
Pull any ego-tripping
stunts, and you'll see it a few weeks later on ``Grosse Pointe.
Spin a Soft Black Song (1971), Ego-Tripping
(1973), and Vacation Time (1980) were collections of poems for children.
Risk your kayak to blood river rapid fever journeys, not pull your mouth away from the stain of platanos & caimito, the quiver of wind in your wings, hide from crows in surreptitious superstitions & get me so damn tired of you scheming ways to climb my lips, divulging your ego-tripping
way of tapping my sister's brother's drum with my notes turned steel.
Presenters Fearne Cotton and Rufus Hound were too busy ego-tripping
to bother showing us any interesting bands.