MLB's National League, in which pitchers bat for themselves.
The NL is the longest surviving league in baseball, having existed since 1876.
Semester's-end examinations that count for (where I live) 15% of the semester grade.
Why am I writing this crap? I should be studying for finals!
A toy store in New York City that went out of business a couple of years ago. The toys were incredibly expensive but deservedly so. The store was made up of giant sections, devoted to jungle animals, Legos (Legoes?), Star Wars, and candy.
FAO Schwarz was like a giant palace straight out of a child's dream.
The attempt to understand why each person reacts differently to the same situation.
Modern psychology is mostly comprised of unrelated hypotheses patched together in an effort to make a valid theory.
A chain of coffee houses frequented by many suburban teens.
Michelle: Oh, man! Starbucks is soooooo cool!
Stephanie: Yeah, they rock!
Michelle: Since when do YOU go to Starbucks? That's MY place!
Stephanie: What do you mean? I've always gone to Starbucks!
Diggity Monkeez: Hey, ladies. I don't drink coffee.
Michelle: Get out of here, juvenile.
A radio show host who isn't afraid to tell it like it is. Unfortunately, his version of "telling it like it is" involves constructing his opinions with the most obvious statements in sports.
For example: "Yeah, right, Barry. You're not on steroids. Your head has just tripled in size over the last four years naturally." Is that really something that listeners have never heard before?
Honestly, does Jim Rome have any fresh things to say? And by fresh, I mean new/original, not smart/sassy.
One of America's most promising young filmakers.
Did you see her first movie, "One Night in Paris"?