Part of that has to do with the way these dense half-hours are driven by action, which in the premiere includes a way-cool
fight sequence in zero gravity, the expected narrow escapes and one very clever twist.
Plus, he's got a way-cool
vintage vibe going on, too.
So just because you can tune in Jimmy Buffet's Radio Margaritaville 24 hours a day on satellite radio doesn't mean everyone else within a half-mile wants to hear it blasting over your way-cool
lightweight portable speakers.
, low-drag modern guns are the theme of the son's establishment.
Harris has created several thought-provoking sites with elegantly simple, extremely intuitive, and way-cool
interfaces so you can experience information, art, and maybe even the workings of the mind and the heart in new ways.
In short, the Chevrolet SSR is a visually dramatic all-American cruiser with more grunt than a drill sergeant, a thundering soundtrack, a way-cool
folding hardtop, and not-just-adequate handling.
This was well into the "way-cool
" department and a perfectly legal way to own a Tommy Gun.
Findings from diffusion tensor imaging (a way-cool
display of disrupted water flow in the brain that has to be seen to be appreciated) showed that the brains of both a small group of adolescents who had smoked marijuana daily for a year and a group of schizophrenic teens showed the same structural abnormalities in the fiber pathway that connects Broca's area in the left frontal lobe with Wernicke's area in the left temporal lobe.
When they redesigned and separated it more from its Chevy and GMC brethren, then added the longer Suburban-based ESV model, the 'Slade quickly earned its rep as the way-cool
ride for rappers, rockers and athletes all over town.
Low-voltage uplighters were situated at the base of the wall for additional ambience and Alan also added a cream-coloured Tetrad corner sofa and a way-cool
Evo chair from BoConcept.
Now comfortably situated in L.A.'s way-cool
Silver Lake neighborhood, Seipp has written media criticism, news, and commentary for the likes of TV Guide, Child, Mediaweek, Penthouse, and Reason Online.
In this remake of the 1971 blaxploitation flick, John Shaft is played by the way-cool