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Reading the book gave me the feeling that I was shooting the breeze with its colorful collection of enterprising characters, just like a local resident would do on a trip to the general store.
I know Jack's heart is in the right place, but he should not be on a daft show shooting the breeze with a lightweight like Cowan.
It's a classic fish out of water tale, but Madagascar is essentially a story about friendship, particularly that between a lion and a zebra, who, out in the natural world, wouldn't exactly be shooting the breeze over a couple of Long Island Iced Ts.
There was never the intention of shooting the breeze, we were there for good food at a good price ( exactly what we got.
I like to think that he is shooting the breeze "up there" with old pal, Dennis Spicer, bless them both
We were sitting in the studio, among full-size clay models, sketching cars, having the radio on, shooting the breeze with the other guys about our passion for cars and design--and I was being paid for it.
Fascinating and frustrating in near equal measure, pic benefits from the extra-large personality of its subject, seen here prowling the streets of New York, explaining how he shot key scenes from some of his movies, shooting a pop vid, but, most of all, shooting the breeze with his posse of friends and collaborators.
The two had become friendly, often shooting the breeze to while away the morning," recalled the June 5th wire service story.
Sims designer Will Wright says that the word "game" becomes less appropriate for people playing Sims, where players can compete with each other but often spend more time shooting the breeze at online cookouts or pool parties.
After a day's fishing, Harry and I would sit out on his cottage verandah drinking beer, and shooting the breeze until bedtime.
Freed of the burdens of scrutinizing contracts and paying bills, he can devote his energies to creativity, cooking, playing with his two small daughters, shooting the breeze with other artists, and taking short vacations (usually sans famille, and in exotic places) to recharge his batteries.
In the meantime, though, she spends a lot of time picking up men and shooting the breeze with her warm, funny neighbor, Paco, a vehemently anti-communist Cuban refugee.