The actual subject matter is barely relevant: cities, hospitals, schools--all of them have their own books suggesting that things are going to hell in a handbasket
Where's the world going except to hell in a handbasket
(whatever that means)?
I-rak is going to hell in a handbasket
, and it's gonna git worse before it gits better.
For four centuries, adults have feared that the younger generation is going to hell in a handbasket
While it might seem that the auto industry is going to hell in a handbasket
, as the Gershwins put it, "it ain't necessarily so." Some companies get it.
Clad in a fur coat, Celia Cooney made off with the aforesaid money through a series of grocery store robberies that were reported by the likes of Ring Lardner and Walter Lippman, decried as the evidence that American youth were are going to hell in a handbasket
, and admired as a working class hero.
Valerie Brown, a freelance journalist who has written about global warming, said she worries that as they find out more about the issue, "people will just get more anxious and cocoon even more while the world is going to hell in a handbasket
And when everything goes to hell in a handbasket
, why shouldn't I shrug my shoulders and intone the modern holy trinity: "Who could have imagined this would happen?" "It's not my fault," and "We have no back-up plan."
Modernizing the British National Health Care Service is not just a matter of tripping in with the latest management fad in a handbasket
. Peck (health services management, U.
THIS WEEK produced powerful new evidence for those journalistic Jerimiahs who insist that Britain is heading for Hell in a state-subsidised handbasket
"We are not going to hell in a handbasket
," quips John Burns, whose Irvine, Calif.-based real estate consulting firm conducts market research for home builders.
In this context, Doll criticized pundits who have said the three-tier system is "antiquated" and that the boundary between the tiers might soon "evaporate." Doll definitely took issue with those who say the threetier "is going to hell in a handbasket
," saying "nothing is further from the truth."