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- Contraction of who is.
- Contraction of who has.
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- Who is.
- Who has.
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“Can't we just use a different producer with just as big a name who's not quite so . . . gloss oriented?”
President Obama has even provided a definition of who's wealthy in arguing that taxes should be raised for those households with incomes of at least $250,000 a year.
And his story, a guy with the name Langowski who's on the Mexican wrestling team, you say, 'I've got to find out more about this.'
He also hires a private detective Roger Stone, a political trickster who's known for his wild sexcapades as a swinger and likes to dress up like James Bond.
I've been entertained for years by such wonderful characters as Cristy, the alcoholic/meth head/stripper/conspiracy theorist; Chad, the cyclist that turned to crack after getting kicked off the Olympic cycling team for calling Lance Armstong "a doughboy"; and, perhaps my favorite, Allison, the computer duster huffer who's also apparently a big fan of Katrina and The Waves.
If the left sees a man wary of rocking the boat, the right sees a fellow who's capsizing it.
I was down in Los Angeles last week and met with a long-time friend who's from a strongly Republican family but who is deeply committed to keeping California beautiful and its environment protected.
PRC: As someone who's endured and overcome tremendous physical issues to regain your life, what is the best piece of advice you can give young people looking to succeed in today's world?
Frears unfolds all this in a crisp, uncluttered fashion, letting the viewer figure out who's who and what's what.
There's also plenty of money to be made in the private consulting business for an ex-Chicago schools chief exec who's wise to the federal funding pipeline -- and Huberman is.