"We've got loads more TV, so obviously there's loads more cruddy
TV around, which is grist to the mill for programmes like ours, which can look at some of the extremes and find them quite funny.
AS someone who has a very straightforward phobia - watching contrived and cruddy
documentaries - I found Britain's Weirdest Phobias (ITV1, Tuesday) difficult to sit through.
"It feels like really cruddy
timing," Koke Printing CEO Jason Pierce said Friday.
I have found that guilt has played a starring role in all of the cruddy
decisions I have made concerning family.
A trip to southern Vermont last weekend revealed a severe snow shortage, with depressingly old, cruddy
, road grease-blackened snow on roadsides, just like in Massachusetts.
Her critically acclaimed illustrated novel The Good Times Are Killing Me, which was made into a play that appeared at the Second Stage, won the Washington State Governor's Award, and her critically acclaimed second novel, Cruddy
, was described by the New York Times as "a work of terrible beauty" and named one of the top ten books of the year by Entertainment Weekly.
When I rang them and asked if they were planning to go walkies even if the weather was cruddy
they gave the standard dog owner's reply: "We'll have to."
In Down By the Sea (all works 2005), a tiny camera trained on a bare light bulb, a fan, and a cruddy
piece of blue Styrofoam feeds an image evoking a marine horizon onto an adjacent monitor screen, while 15 hrs v.2.2 approximates the view from an airliner's window via another small camera, this one aimed at a black triangular form poised above a rotating disk dotted with tiny structures suggestive of distant scenery.
Off duty, I enjoy looking cruddy
in my weekend sweats, with a pimple on my face and pimple cream on top of that pimple.
CONTINUING my look at automotive abominations, here are four cruddy
coupes that can't cut it in the street cred stakes.Hyundai Coupe
Playwright Becky Mode takes us into the cruddy
town-house basement of a four-star restaurant on the upper east side of Manhattan where a lowly resevations clerk fields calls all day from 17 varieties of hyterics, tourists, and VVVIPs who just have to be a table tonight at the trendies eatery in town.
"I went for a swim one morning," she said, "and I was photographed by a disgusting pervert with a telephoto lens, who sold the pictures to some cruddy