The book is a special book issue of the journal Ethical Space and is called Playing Footsie
with the FTSE: The Great Crash of 2008 - Why Did Nobody See It Coming?
Henry Ward Beecher, one of America's most famous divines, was playing footsie
with the wife of one of his best friends, Theodore Tilton, she broke the story.
And with 16 teams, we don't have to wade through 10 days of playing footsie
before the temperature starts to rise.
But neither, of course, can admit to playing footsie
with the other.
Cindy Sheehan should not be hammered just for telling the truth about the Democrats' playing footsie
with Bush on the war.
For perspective, let's remember we're talking about students dressed up like animals here; this isn't serious big-time news like, say, a politician playing footsie
in a bathroom stall.
Celebdaq, a celebrity share game on the Internet, is quickly becoming the fastest growing trend among starwatchers who know their FSTE from playing footsie
Every restaurant will be crammed with smoochy couples dribbling over each other and playing footsie
under the table.
The Bush administration treats terrorist states selectively by bombing some, like Afghanistan, and playing footsie
with others, like Syria and Pakistan.
At the end of the day, this election is really in some ways a referendum about whether we're going to have leadership in Sacramento that's about giving Valley residents and parents more of a say or more of a voice, or whether we're going to have somebody who's up there just part of the old boys, politics-as-usual network, playing footsie
with the special interests,'' Cherny said.
The CWL has been playing footsie
with feminism for years, to the chagrin of many members.
At the time, those who suspected the FDA of playing footsie
with the trial lawyers were assailed as demeaning the integrity of a group of independent-minded public servants.