Feels Like the First Time (Destiny Bay #2) by Marina AdairWhats wrong with a little white lie?
There are a lot of things Ali Marshal doesnt do: pink anything, a day without chocolate, and Hawk, her sisters ex-husband. Sure, hes a sexy former NHL star who can make her pulse pound with just a wink. But he belonged to Bridget first. And no matter how long shes had a crush on him, how great hes always been to her dad, or that her sister is engaged to someone else now and Ali needs a date to their engagement party, she cant give in to temptation. Can she?
Its been years since his disastrous marriage crashed and burned, and Bradley Hawk has finally moved on. So when Bridget blows back into town with her new fiance, throwing the engagement party of the year, he could care less . . . until Ali tells one little lie that lands him smack dab in a fake relationship. After one promise to be Alis date and two of the hottest kisses hes ever had, Hawk cant deny how much he wants her. But what happens when this fauxmance starts to feel very, very real?
Epic Movie Scenes - Jaws - "You're gonna need a bigger boat"
You're gonna need a bigger boat: Fishermen get up close and personal with huge great white shark
Every morning, we run the Narrative Machine on the past 24 hours worth of financial media to find the most on-narrative i. But for whatever reason these are articles that are representative of some sort of chord that has been struck in Narrative-world. Today, when I was looking through the most-connected financial media articles to write a Daily Zeitgeist note, I found three unrelated articles, each of which touches an element of financialization. The first two articles touch on the ephemera, the frothy excess of a world where an essentially unlimited quantity of essentially costless money is available to pursue … whatever. In this world of foam, only an idiot would actually invest in productive real-world assets.
Here are 40 references to Jaws' most quotable (and most often quoted) line, "You 're gonna need a bigger boat.".
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Between catching his first glimpse of the great white shark that gives Jaws its name and uttering the Steven Spielberg film's most memorable line, Roy Scheider's Martin Brody staggers in stunned silence for 17 seconds. That wasn't always the plan. The film's early cuts put the quote much closer to the big reveal. When howling test audiences didn't shut up in time to hear the line, though, editors reinserted footage of a stunned Brody stumbling backward to ensure crowds would quiet down by the time he made the quip. It's a good thing.
Searching for a serial-killing shark, Police Chief Brody sets sail on a small fishing vessel to lure out the beast. When he catches a glimpse of the massive creature and all 1, of its teeth an approximation , he staggers back into the cabin and utters the understatement of the s to the boat's captain: "You're gonna need a bigger boat. You hear it any time a situation suddenly spirals out of control—and you usually hear it misquoted as "We're gonna need a bigger boat. Body bag. The list goes on and on.