Their data are astounding. It blew my socks off.
It just blew my mind.
I really blew the opportunity back in the bull market to really make some money because I was so determined to learn this other technique, which it was so hard to master.
It blew my mind. I'm still shocked about this whole thing.
I knew what I was going for, right when the whistle blew; I put the ball down and knew I was going to score. I got the ball and put it down as fast as I could and I heard all the commotion going around. I stayed focused and the goalie guessed right. But I put enough on it to slip it by.
[But soon afterward, the decision blew up in Hillary's face. Breaking her habit, she read Newsweek the first week of August and found herself characterized in a column by Joe Klein as the] Daisy Buchanan of the Baby Boom Political Elite. ... Why hasn't she come forward and said, 'Stop torturing my staff. This isn't about them. I'll testify. I'll make all documents available. I'll sit there and answer your stupid, salacious questions until Inauguration Day, if need be.' .
What happened today was (Martin) just blew an enormous hole in the fortress of the cable and broadcast monopoly.
This was a case of teenagers being foolish, and it blew up into a horrible nightmare. That doesn't diminish the tragedy, but there was a lack of sophistication in these acts. ... Kids tend to do things and think about them afterward.
I'm not sure what pitch (Borowski) was throwing. A gust of wind blew my stupid hair in my eyes, and (home plate umpire Larry Vanover) didn't give me time. I got my hand back on the bat and I was ready to hit.
Exodus blew away our revenue expectations. We are very pleased with these numbers, and we believe the market will breath a big sigh of relief with rapid 34 percent sequential growth, versus our estimate of 27 percent.
[As Martha Burk can attest, Johnson is not the most tender of pen pals. He blew off Wyman in a response dated Nov. 22.] Obviously I was disappointed to receive your letter, ... Although I respect your right to disagree, I must tell you that the Executive Committee unanimously adopted our present position on membership, and the overwhelming majority of our members are in complete agreement. I want you to also know that there is no timetable for the admission of women into our membership, nor do I expect there to be one in the foreseeable future. If you feel compelled to resign, we will certainly understand. I hope, however, you will continue to respect the rights of the rest of the membership.
When you blew up those notes there, it blew us back in our seats. It was really amazing.
I choked last year, so I had to make both this time. He blew the whistle before I shot, so that was my excuse. Usually you don't get another go at a free throw, but I got one and I put it in.
To my astonishment, the market blew wide open. Everyone's embracing it from blue collar to white collar.
The wind blew the scores up a little bit. All our guys were bunched around 75. We needed one person at par or below.
It was crazy. It blew my mind.
The feather picking in the Orange-winged Amazons has a very strong genetic component. Another effect, and this blew us away, was where the cage was in the room relative to the door.
It blew up before it hit the water. I thought, oh my God, it's Christmastime and what about their families?
Today they just blew us out of the water. When we didn't come out in the second half and put points on the board right away, it was pretty much over.
It blew a lot of tin off. It sounded like a sonic boom. The ball of fire and flames were on the east end. All I remember was seeing a huge ball of flames and black smoke. It's one of those things that happened, but you just can't process it at the time.
Moving tickets -- some people just didn't have the money to take care of it or they just blew it off.
It blew me away. I'm still in shock. Look at that scoreboard.
We simply blew opportunities, especially early in the game, to get a double digit lead. This allowed Harrisburg to stay close.
It literally took any residual sense of entitlement, or complacency, at our company and blew it out.
The only possibility I think is that he sustained this frustration in his heart for so long that it blew up in the form of bullets.