More specifically, who'd want to put themselves up as cannon fodder for smart-aleck
TV announcers backed by teams of faceless researchers to ask provocative questions that cannot be fully answered for genuine reasons of confidentiality?
The market has spoken, repeatedly: by far the biggest superhero franchises are the Avengers, who bicker like dysfunctional siblings, and Iron Man, based around Robert Downey Jr's smart-aleck
Luckily he's got a smart-aleck
manager who is older than him, Frank (the lovely Christopher Plummer), who mocks him: "What right do you have to worry when half of Africa is living in poverty?
Harris' mischief might have crossed the line.
Dear reader, it is not hard to find a smart-aleck
historian or two who will pooh-pooh this yarn but your faithful columnist, delving ever deeper in search of corroboration, has found it: The Guardian of December 28, 1966, recorded a meeting between the London correspondent of Pravda and the Mayor of Berwick from which came "a mutual declaration of peace".
How can they be, when they're led by a smart-aleck
shyster who believes in nothing except hanging on to his job by hook or by crook?
When my mother told me to "watch my mouth," I would cross my eyes and literally try to watch my mouth, just to be a smart-aleck
replies only served to infuriate Killer, which of course, was Kissertits' intent.
They may be studying that phenomenon for years, but until someone figures it out, I have a few suggestions on how to not embarrass yourself online, culled from nearly 30 nears of being a sarcastic smart-aleck
Although each of those successful experiences was unique, they shared a common thread--all were outfitted hunts; a fact that prompted one of my smart-aleck
friends to dub me a "suitcase hunter.
He was a smart-aleck
and rubbed most people the wrong way, including his mother and sister whose funerals he did not attend.
I'd think about being the warden at a penal colony for smart-aleck
nurses I've known.