Meat Loaf's new album, Hell In A Handbasket
, will be available everywhere on Tuesday, March 13, 2012.
There will be more occasions when we think that the world is going to go to hell in a handbasket
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
I-rak is going to hell in a handbasket
, and it's gonna git worse before it gits better.
I mean, the world could go to hell in a handbasket
, and you'd have to look inside to find out," says Earle Dunford, who retired as city editor in 1988 after 36 years with the Times-Dispatch.
More than betel which merely signifies the nation, marijuana, along with a handbasket
of other global commodities including alcohol, radios, and pornography, implicates a broader modernity, or at least the modernity of today's PNG, (Lipset and Halvaksz, this collection).
For four centuries, adults have feared that the younger generation is going to hell in a handbasket
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.
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.
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?
Modernizing the British National Health Care Service is not just a matter of tripping in with the latest management fad in a handbasket
They thought they could control it and realised their recruiting efforts were going to go to hell in a handbasket
if the truth about his death got out.