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At least that's how I feel the audience selection process for the annual CBB reveal always plays out, the assembled lynch mob-in-waiting stamping their hooves and braying in indignant confusion each time a hazily familiar face is yanked from the dole queue or the provincial panto circuit to remind the nation exactly why we binned them off in the first place.
There were also a couple of other festivals up in Woolyback land that I recall that had more of a local theme and I hazily remember a field of sheep next to the music marquee.
Ultimately, the question is not whether marijuana use carries risks, or even whether its risks are smaller than those posed by alcohol and tobacco--although that point surely casts doubt on the rationality, consistency, and fairness of our drug laws, as Bennett and White hazily perceive.
Fifteen hours before El Di walks into some hazily outlined meeting with foreign investors, a meeting which--according to my Mercedes-driving, polo-match-attending language school boss, Jonathan--could determine "the future of Mexican agriculture," not to mention "quite a few fortunes" of "quite a few key players.
The hazily beautiful You Can't Talk To Me Like That hints at Bob Dylan (even the organ seems lifted straight from Positively 4th Street), and the vibrant Seein' Double are particularly enduring.
If you happen to think of Christmas on an afternoon in June, your mind's eye will bombard you with all kinds of delightful imagery, much of it no doubt pinched from various Christmas cards noticed over the years: snowy, old-timey street scenes where men in top hats and ladies in bonnets walk arm-in-arm past hazily glowing shop windows full of candy canes and a troupe of adorable urchins do a spot of carolling.
The low winter sun hazily lighting up a blue sea and sky.
The Young Man made his way hazily out into the station.
Such use of established but hazily defined visual and literary vocabularies and narrative structures makes Wachtler's work accessible and lends it familiarity and identificatory potential.
Bobbing in oceans like pale, wavering reflections of the moon, the broad, shallow bells of the adult moon jelly pulse gently along, with tentacles trailing and the circular, sometimes pinkish gonads hazily visible as four moonlets.
Both characters are much too hazily drawn, with Firth's sad-sack remaining an enigma throughout and Blunt overcooking her character's kookiness to an extreme.
Both characters are far too hazily drawn and the actors' 22-year age gap makes their ' romance hard to buy.