Ann just said, “You look for software like I look for shoes.”
Segmented marketing, sure: but this is ridiculous. You might want to have more than one possible buyer in mind.
“Champs make mockery of listless Cubs”
Chicago Tribune, May 20, 2006, referring to the White Sox’s win in the Chicago teams’ first meeting of 2006
“Gotta get up near the teacher if you can
If you wanna learn anything”
Bob Dylan, “Floater (Too Much to Ask),” Love and Theft (2001)
Ann Boyd’s IM status message, May 4, 2006
“Scones == Giant Cookies”
Nathan Lenz, IM status message, April 14, 2006
“Sox overcome rain, Tribe”
Chicago Tribune, April 3, 2006
“Post-Title Pitfall: Complacency”
Chicago Tribune, April 2, 2006, early edition
“Of all the things I’m fed up with, I think I’m fed up most with hearing about the New South…. One of the first things I can remember in my life was hearing about the New South. I was three years old, in Alabama. Not a year has passed since that I haven’t heard about a new South. I would dearly love never to hear the New South mentioned again. In fact my definition of a new South would be a South in which it never occurred to anybody to mention the New South.”
Walker Percy, in John Shelton Reed, “New South or No South?” in My Tears Spoiled My Aim, and Other Reflections on Southern Culture.
Thanks to Al Zambone for quoting this.