I've noticed a few people using the idiomatic phrase "prime of place" to denote the primacy of position in a group of things. For example, "My framed moustache-of-the-year certificate is given prime of place on the wall". While the idiom certainly appears to make sense, fits in quite well, and even sounds familiar, it is not really standard usage.
I was wondering earlier why the predominant color of Islam is green. This led me to wondering why it's also associated with emotions like envy and jealousy. Here are a few of the fruits of my dig deep down into the "emerald mine of knowledge" that is the Internet.
From Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice:
The following are a bunch of Anna Russell videos that showcase some of her wonderful wit. While, the older videos (especially the analysis of the Ring cycle) were taken when she was well past her prime, they are still very entertaining, if not as good as the audio version recorded much earlier.
Analysis of the Ring Cycle
The original audio versions:
Fairly accurate portrayal of idiot comments in pick-your-favourite-community-site, I'd say :P
This is NSFW.
I've been spending the last few hours indulging in what has now become one of my more frequent solutions to avoid working: watching interviews on YouTube. While many people find the music of Tom Waits a little too off-the-beaten-path, none can deny his genius as such, a lot of which can be evidenced in the following videos.