I'm also glad a rock fan feels obliged to recognize the real-life chaos and violence in rock unapolegetically, even a bit joyfully--closing with the image of 15-year-old John Lennon at a Liverpool movie theater, disappointedthat there wasn't a riot.
Ending her China trip yesterday, Secretary of State Madeleine Albright was disappointedwith that nation's position on human rights but has few ways to alter it, says Nicholas Lardy of the Brookings Institution.
In fact, it was a decisive win for Bush, and the Forbes camp, which outspent Bush considerably, was privately disappointedby the outcome, hoping to either defeat the governor or come within a few percentage points.
In a "Style" section piece about how conservatives have taken to turning on each other, Post media reporter Howard Kurtz reveals that "when the Wall Street Journal declared a few weeks ago that Newt Gingrich was in danger of becoming 'inconsequential,' the House speaker sent every member of the editorial board a letter saying he was disappointedin them."
Am I just disappointedat the end of all I believed in?
The headline writers at the WP couldn't have been too disappointedabout the dissension in Kyoto.
I would be extremely disappointedif any of the members of the BOISC were involved in purchasing any stolen game gear and I know that not only would you suffer the full extent of the law, but also the wrath of your fellow club members.
Even from a business point of view--which is the focus of most of the hype these days--I think the Web is more likely to disappointthan not.
But what the LAT does not report, the NYT seizes on: Under the headline "Hormone That Slimmed Fat Mice Disappointsas Panacea in People," Gina Kolata (who last year came under fire for over -hyping a cancer study) gives a dour prognosis.
Meridian was disappointedafter pouring much effort and millions of dollars into the Resource Management Act process that the rules had now been changed.