“Despite political corruption, all the money in the world couldn't bribe Congress to pass a law requiring people to roller-skate to work; legislation always requires some non-laughable justification.”
“This social subtext explains why, when he discusses "Shall We Dance" 1937, the scene he chooses is not the title number or the famous roller-skate dance to "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off.”
“Raspa leaned into the turns, causing her rubber roller-skate wheels to shriek.”
“Through the negligence of BP we now find ourselves trying to roller-skate up a mountain," she said.”
“He tries to roller-skate away from home but, sobbing, loses control and crashes through a bakery's plate-glass window and is badly cut.”
“Or there were the heel-wheels: a pair of roller-skate wheels you were supposed to clip onto the heels of your shoes.”
“The protesters went somewhere better, probably to shoot an abortion doctor at the Planned Parenthood down the street, and the local network found a more interesting story to cover, like some guy on the north side who taught his cat how to roller-skate.”
“During that Christmas at Little MacDonald Island, Jack had given her a pair of Heelys “roller sneakers”—they looked like regular sneakers, only each shoe had a roller-skate wheel in the heel, allowing you to roll down hills.”
“You could have sabotaged the oven and asked her to bake you a pie, or you could have left a roller-skate at the top of the stairs.”
“The basement was unfinished, with tile floors and enough room for us to roller-skate, play ping-pong, and construct any number of life-threatening fire hazards to play with.”
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