"I really had a ball in Dave's ESL class." ball [offensive] (2): a testicle.
One creationist editor, who is more mellow than his unfortunate statement suggests, phrased the argument thus: Unfortunately the geologists date the rocks as the paleontologists tell them to. That passage might have come out of one of Henry Morris' books, except that Morris usually avoids crude slander. Hovind is not aware of the fact that by 1815 the broad outlines of the geologic column from Paleozoic times onward had been worked out by people who were mostly geologists.
"He wants to buy a beemer when he makes more money." biggie: something important. "If Dave works too hard, he sometimes goes slightly bonkers! "I made a booboo on the last question of the exam." boob tube: television.
"I'm really beat because I was awake all night." beemer: a BMW. "Every morning Dave needs a fresh cup of brew." brew (2): beer.
But Dave always shut the idea down.“As much as I do love him and respect him, I’ve spent 10 years of my life trying to distance myself from him, work-wise, because I wanted to pave my own path,” said Dave.
“I didn’t want anyone to say, ‘You’re just riding his coattails.’ ”The tension began to take its toll on the brothers’ relationship.“I think he partially understood why I would say no, but still,” the younger Franco said, “it’s me rejecting him for years and years, and you can only imagine psychologically what that might have done for him.”But last year, Dave finally agreed to co-star with James in his latest directorial effort, “The Masterpiece.” It was a decision he made, oddly enough, just as he was starting to become something other than “James Franco’s brother” in the public’s mind.