In an ethnographic study Maud van den Eijnden (1998) tracked a group of 15-20 ravers within the wider gabber
subculture during a two-year period (1995-1997).
Faced with long odds of renewing a gabber
that's averaging a 1.
Being a mogul may be a magnet to attract other moguls--just as being a basketball star helped Magic Johnson attract other basketball stars to his (short-lived) talkshow, and Roseanne Barr managed to lure, well, other sitcom stars to her (short-lived) gabber
The syndic stalwart had already sold the bejesus out of its Rachael Ray gabber
, and with a declared 95% station clearance rate, what was the point of staying in Vegas?
Warners has sold the Ablow shot, to many of the Fox-owned stations along with a second season of "Tyra Banks"; Sony has sold the Behrendt gabber
to the Tribune stations.
Cramer, who used to be partnered--some say straitjacketed--on the "Kudlow & Cramer" financial gabber
, has come into his own as the galloping gourmet of the stock market, peppering his picks with withering analyses and occasionally pouring salt into the wounds of floundering companies.
To Michael Medved, the buffoonish gabber
on talk radio, Eastwood's ending, combined with the supposed Oscar snub of Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ," "illustrates Hollywood's profound, almost pathological, discomfort with the traditional religiosity embraced by most of its mass audience.
Tyra Banks taking an early lead, clearing most of the Fox O&Os.
The Sambrial tehsil administration retrieved 62 kanals of state-land from the illegal occupants during a crackdown on gabbers
The gossip gabbers
across Capitol Hill are at it again, and two possible contenders to fill the empty Republican Commissioner's seat on the FCC have reportedly emerged.
Gates notched from close in during Sunderland's first attack in the 13th minute and Gabbers
secured victory with a typical blockbuster of a shot five minutes from time.
I must admit, I am far more critical and judgmental of the gabbers
than of the poorly dressed visitors to the church.