What does this mean to actual working stiffs
and their families?
a brain surgeon, but with an affordable rifle within reach of working stiffs
Many of us race side-by-side with professionals, yet we are mere working stiffs
So I count myself among the rest of us working stiffs
who worry about job security.
And all working stiffs
are rushing to complete the task for which they have had 365 days, but still neglected until the last frantic weekend.
In the phraseology of the underworld, "Working stiffs
." And that is all they are; hard working toilers at the worst and most severe of jobs.
Wall Street is about as close as it has ever been to being full of working stiffs
Keaton made his television debut in 1975 in the children's series "Mister Roger's Neighborhood." His big break was in 1977 when he joined the cast of the sitcom "All's Fair," after he appeared in that sitcom he landed a role in the comedy, "Working Stiffs
." However, after the cancellation of the show, he tried to appear in television shows again and he succeeded in 1982.
For all the questionable utility of some programs of study in both high school and institutes of "higher learning," it seems there is room for programs with the explicit objective of teaching our youth the basics of survival in the world of working stiffs
especially hipster font how truly I relate to the working stiffs
Ira Aronin: "Unions can be corrupt like any organization, but the increasing gap between the very wealthy and the working stiffs
can be tied directly to union busting and the decline of unionized labor in this country."
My friends' dogs were nondescript working stiffs
with foxy muzzles and pointy ears.