But instead they're all doing it on the never-never
The Lulu Show: Life on the Never-Never
Performed by Hilde Louise Asbjornsen and her jazz trio from Norway at Rose Theatre.
What has gone wrong since the heyday of hire purchase (the Never-Never
was an apt nickname) is that there is no immorality attached to spending which has little hope of being repaid.
In Neeman's memoir, the housewhich feels like a cross between an orphanage and Never-Never
Landstands out as its own character.
The Last Tycoon is a final, poignant farewell to the Great American Dream - a bittersweet love affair set in a never-never
land: 1930s - The Golden Age of Hollywood.
Now, instead of taxation, our politicians ask the city to organise loans, living off the never-never
Peter takes the trio far above the clouded night sky (with stunning animated visual effects used to augment Gilbert Players' already impressive use of a fly system to suspend the actors above the stage), passing the "second star to the right, and straight on til' mornin' '' and journeying to Never-Never
Land, a place full of pirates, natives, a ticking crocodile and "Lost Boys'' who never grow up.
We're three months behind with the rates and the electric, two months behind payments for the chest freezer on the never-never
I would take some laughs on the never-never
We also need to track cases on a statewide basis to catch cases languishing in never-never
land and to make sure the additional monies are being used efficiently.
It may be an odd sentiment to express, given the tens of thousands of human casualties of the recessionary years, but the crash of October 2008 should surely now be seen as a welcome turning point in UK economic history, when the worst excesses of the banks were exposed as never-never
It's ironic, but fairly typical of the Anglican Church of Canada, that at the top of the front page, the words "Council of General Synod looks to the future" is printed over a never-never
bucolic scene of a village with a spired church building at its centre.