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"I dont like to ask myself how much time there is left, rather how much time have I had."

Lawrence Summers Quotes

"It certainly was difficult to sell NAFTA because its always difficult to sell open markets."

Coco J Ginger Quotes

"...but fame didnt suit you, you compromised, a renegade rebel, you gave me your eyes."

Jean Donaldson Quotes

"Because behavior is under the control of its consequences, obedience training is about providing consequences to the dog. Life is a never-ending series of:"If you do this, this happens, if you do that, another thing happens." There are two kinds of things that happen in life, good things and bad things, so there are four kinds of consequences: good stuff can 1) start and 2) end; bad stuff can 1) start and 2) end. Your dog is constantly trying to start the good stuff, end the bad stuff, avoid ending the good stuff, and avoid starting the bad stuff. Hes playing his entire environment, including you, this way. If you can recognize this and exploit it, *voila!* Control of the dog."

Otto Hermann Kahn Quotes

"The deadliest foe of democracy is not autocracy but liberty frenzied."

Uwem Akpan Quotes

"Monica, "Asker adam, dinle," dedi, elleriyle insanlara gülmeyi kesmelerini işaret etti. "Asker adam, gidip onur yiyecek, vicdan mı içeceksin? Karın ve çocukların, elin boş döndüğünü görünce seni mutlu mesut karşılayacaklar mı? Sana daha önce de söylemedik mi? Sen delisin. Yalnızca deliler orduda albay olup ülkeden para çalmadan döner."

Robert Bloch Quotes

"I like to tell people I have the heart of a small boy, then I tell them its in a jar on my desk"

Jennifer Yane Quotes

"Art is spirituality in drag"

Stephen Kelman Quotes

"Vilis still doesnt pass to me but I dont care. Where he comes from (Latvia) they burn black people into tar and make roads out of them."

David Milne Quotes

"Clearly, Japan is a most important market for digital consumer products."

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Quotes About Birding

"But in the early 1970s, we were not birdwatching. We were birding, and that made all the difference. We were out to seek, to discover, to chase, to learn, to find as many different kinds of birds as possible — and, in friendly competition, to try to find more of them than the next birder. We became a community of birders, with the complications that human societies always have; and although it was the birds that had brought us together, our story became a human story after all." - Author: Kenn Kaufman

Quotes About Having Seizures

"Youre awfully confident for someone the size of a flea bite."Robin almost laughed at the insult Kael muttered.Michaela did laugh. "I know, but Ive got a few tricks up my sleeve if someone decides to get frisky." She made some idiotic motions with her hands and feet that Robin assumed were supposed to be some form of martial arts but looked more like a squirrel having seizures. "Take that, bad guys!"Robin couldnt stop himself from patting her on the head. "Youre cute."She wagged her finger in the air. "And lethal. Dont forget lethal." She waved toward the elevator. "And here we are." - Author: Dana Marie Bell

Quotes About Love And Respect In Marriage

"Love does not involve emotions, then?" he asked her with a smile."It is not ruled by them," she told him. "Love is liking and companionship and respect and trust. Love does not dominate or try to possess. Love thrives only in a commitment to pure, mutual freedom. That is why marriage is so tricky. There are the marriage ceremony and the marriage vows and the necessity for fidelity -all of them suggestive of restraints, even imprisonment. Men talk of life sentences and leg shackles in connection with marriage, do they not? But marriage out to be just the opposite -two people agreeing to set each other free," - Author: Mary Balogh

Quotes About Battery

"The terminals were so corroded it looked like some kind of alien had taken a dump on the battery and then decided to play with it." - Author: S.L. Naeole

Quotes About Not Trusting No One

"I think were romantic people in some ways, but when it comes to relationships its not a question of ‘Can you trust another human being?, so much as a question of trusting yourself. The animalistic nature of man seems to mean that youre bound to find another people physically attractive. And theres something dishonest about shutting those feelings off - it seems puritanical to deny yourself that. The idea of sin is still so widely pervading." - Author: Richey Edwards

Quotes About Advantages Of Being Single

"The sandwich he made was bologna and cheese, his favorite. All the sandwiches he made were his favorites; that was one of the advantages of being single." - Author: Stephen King

Quotes About Amish

"I was born left-handed, but I was made to use my other hand. When I was writing Famished Road, which was very long, I got repetitive stress syndrome. My right wrist collapsed, so I started using my left hand. The prose I wrote with my left hand came out denser, so later on I had to change it." - Author: Ben Okri

Quotes About Disadvantages Of Social Media

"Serious reading is hardly a social activity and every halfway serious reader is perpetually subject to a form of coitus interruptus. Family members or friends who lack the desire, the courage, or the opportunity to burst in on you when theres some indication that you could be sexually entwined will seldom hesitate to interject themselves between you and a page, even though the act of reading is often as intimate and intense as a full-fledged carnal embrace." - Author: Tom Robbins

Quotes About That Awkward Moment

"The first time someone else touched me with the intent to pleasure, I fell in love. Not with that person, but with the act itself. Such intimacy and accord. Even with the awkwardness of first time lovers there was a grace and purity, carnal and beautiful that I knew from that moment on I could never live without." - Author: Fiona Zedde

Quotes About Microcosms

"Who hasnt grown up knowing the bitchy cheerleader, a dumb jock, the computer nerd, an overbearing mother, a distant father, a misunderstood old person, or an alienated artist, writer, musician, or dancer? If everybody knows these people, are they really clichés or merely categories? Maybe the various cities, towns, neighborhoods, and blocks are really replicating microcosms? The same strands woven together to create one large tapestry of life?" - Author: Karen Wojcik Berner