Nice Guys

Some articles on guys, nice, nice guys:

The Silver Lining (video Game) - Reception - Episode 1: What Is Decreed Must Be Reviews
... (...) And while the creators might be steeped in King’s Quest mythos, these guys are not master storytellers ... It’s nice to explore and it’s nice to talk to people, but I was left wondering where the rest was ... While these guys aren’t making money from this, and so they don’t need to worry about people wanting to invest in the rest of the series, it still seems a shame that they’ve spent so much time ...
The Connie Dungs - Biography
... and released two cassette-tape demos (Songs for Swinging Lovers and Nice Guys Finish Last) which were sold exclusively at shows ... Both Songs for Swinging Lovers and Nice Guys Finish Last were later collected on one album, Songs for Swinging Nice Guys, released in 1999 on Mutant Pop Records ...
Soul Men (film) - Plot - Synopsis
... close to a place with good elderly healthcare and mentions it’s a nice place because he’s in a golf course community and has a nice house ... on the phone, his boss and a group of other guys are waiting with wrenches in their hands waiting for him ... He brags that he’ll be going back to his expensive hotel to eat a nice steak dinner and will be back to take Louis on the next flight leaving at 6am ...
Nice Guys (album)
... For the 2005 film of the same name, see Nice Guys Nice Guys Studio album by Art Ensemble of Chicago Released 1979 Recorded May 1978 Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg Genre Jazz Label ...

Famous quotes containing the words guys and/or nice:

    ...I’m not money hungry.... People who are rich want to be richer, but what’s the difference? You can’t take it with you. The toys get different, that’s all. The rich guys buy a football team, the poor guys buy a football. It’s all relative.
    Martina Navratilova (b. 1956)

    You have to be nice and congenial and enthusiastic. What makes that so difficult is you have to be nice, congenial, and enthusiastic three hundred and sixty-five days in a row!... You can’t have a day off.
    Shirley Cothran-Barnet (b. c. 1955)