But, y'see, I loved Thomas, and I didn't care one red cent
The same toxic institutions would show a struggling family the door if they looked to axe a red cent
from a crippling mortgage.
In fact, (https://www.fool.com/retirement/2018/04/15/what-will-social-security-look-like-for-millennial.aspx) more than half of all millennials surveyed by Pew Research Center in 2014 believed they wouldn't receive a red cent
from Social Security by the time they retire.
Immersed in his work, he wouldn't ask for a single red cent
, but if the people he roomed with were moved they would send him along with something.
I receive the basic allowance from the council but also serving on approximately 9 different committees and bodies as part of my role as a Councillor I do not receive one extra red cent
for any of them which is fine by me.
Lastly, it does not cost one red cent
to be nice to people!
"They've spent millions, and yet not one red cent
has gone to getting people who are trapped out of there," Shannon said.
I believe most Brexiteers will be devastated if we pay them a red cent
for a 'divorce' settlement.
Why should the Navy have paid even one red cent
? (Sorry, couldn't help myself.) Consider the Saturday morning yard sale.
Once again the message to the Government was resounding and clear - the people of Ireland can absolutely not afford to part with one more red cent
because of the crippling austerity they have suffered in recent years.
Branko Geroski in Sloboden Pecat comments that the story with the "red telephone" is not worth a red cent
if Telma TV doesn't publically announce who put pressure on them.