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1. "This is not the first time in my life where you know going into a job that you're going to hear in stereo what was wrong with what you did."
Author: A. Bartlett Giamatti
2. "If you don't acknowledge differences, it's as bad as stereotyping or reducing someone."
Author: Aasif Mandvi
3. "I now find myself looking at every sentence, every image, that purports to tell the West about the Arabs and the Muslims with this question in mind: to what extent does it feed into existing stereotypes and established prejudice?"
Author: Ahdaf Soueif
4. "The state exists for man,not man for the state.The same may be said ofscience. These are old phrases,coined by people who saw in human individuality the highest human value .I would hesitate to repeat them,were it not for the ever recurring danger that they may be forgotten,especially in these days of organization and stereotypes."
Author: Albert Einstein
5. "As we walked along the flatblock marina, I was calm on the outside, but thinking all the time - Now it was to be Georgie the general, saying what we should do and what not to do, and Dim as his mindless greeding bulldog. But suddenly, I viddied that thinking was for the gloopy ones, and that the oomny ones use like, inspiration and what Bog sends. Now it was lovely music that came into my aid. There was a window open with the stereo on, and I viddied right at once what to do."
Author: Anthony Burgess
6. "Don't take drugs. Asking politely promotes healthy stereotypes."
Author: Bauvard
7. "Most common people oft he market-place much prefer light literature to improving books. The problem is, that so many romances contain slanderous anecdotes about sovereigns and ministers or cast aspersions upon man's wives and daughters so that they are packed with sex and violence. Even worse are those writers of the breeze-and-moonlight school, who corrupt the young with pornography and filth. As for books of the beauty-and-talented-scholar type, a thousand are written to a single pattern and none escapes bordering on indecency. They are filled with allusions to handsome, talented young men and beautiful, refined girls in history; but in order to insert a couple of his own love poems, the author invents stereotyped heroes and heroines with the inevitable low character to make trouble between them like a clown in a play, and makes even the slave girls talk pedantic nonsense. So all these novels are full of contradictions and absurdly unnatural."
Author: Cao Xueqin
8. "Age is something only in your head or a stereotype. Age means nothing when you are passionate about something."
Author: Carolina Herrera
9. "For live you need a microphone for the snare and the high hat, the kick drum, a nice stereo overhead and one for the toms - you can get away with using four mikes."
Author: Chad Smith
10. "I love the way music inside a car makes you feel invisible; if you plan the stereo at max volume, it's almost like the other people can't see into your vehicle. It tints your windows, somehow."
Author: Chuck Klosterman
11. "Music is crucial. Beyond no way can I overstress this fact. Let's say you're southbound on the interstate, cruising alone in the middle lane, listening to AM radio. Up alongside comes a tractor trailer of logs or concrete pipe, a tie-down strap breaks, and the load dumps on top of your little sheetmetal ride. Crushed under a world of concrete, you're sandwiched like so much meat salad between layers of steel and glass. In that last, fast flutter of your eyelids, you looking down that long tunnel toward the bright God Light and your dead grandma walking up to hug you--do you want to be hearing another radio commercial for a mega, clearance, closeout, blow-out liquidation car-stereo sale?"
Author: Chuck Palahniuk
12. "When the environment makes gender salient, there is a ripple effect on the mind. We start to think of ourselves in terms of our gender, and stereotypes and social expectations become more prominent in the mind. This can change self-perception, alter interests, debilitate or enhance ability, and trigger unintentional discrimination. In other words, the social context influences who you are, how you think, and what you do. And these thoughts, attitudes, and behaviors of yours, in turn, become part of the social context. It's intimate. It's messy. And it demands a different way of thinking about gender."
Author: Cordelia Fine
13. "Christ delves far beyond the means of superficiality, not simply because of his immaculate love, but also because he considers the distinct cases of each individual rather than withholding a broadened perception by use of stereotypes."
Author: Criss Jami
14. "I say, 'Get me some poets as managers.' Poets are our original systems thinkers. They contemplate the world in which we live and feel obligated to interpret, and give expression to it in a way that makes the reader understand how that world runs. Poets, those unheralded systems thinkers, are our true digital thinkers. It is from their midst that I believe we will draw tomorrow's new business leaders."--Sidney Harman, CEO Multimillionaire of a stereo components company"
Author: Daniel H. Pink
15. "It's not a stereotype if it's always true."
Author: Daniel Tosh
16. "I want to make hand-held music, undiminished by the need to make everybody in the world listen at once. The goal is to ride into the sunset, stereo blasting, and all of what's got you worried will disappear in the rear view mirror!"
Author: Dave Sitek
17. "I do try and stay away from the stereotype and getting typecast."
Author: Elisha Cuthbert
18. "Stereotypes do exist, but we have to walk through them."
Author: Forest Whitaker
19. "Apabila buku tu cakap tentang kita meletak label dan stereotaip ke atas bab agama. Yang membuatkan orang bukan Muslim itu sendiri jauh daripada Islam. Bukan yang bukan Islam aje, yang Islam tapi tak berapa nak faham Islam pun terasa nak jauh daripada Islam. Sebab bab label-melabel dan stereotaip tu la. Dan ironi apabila kadang-kadang penyebab tu adalah yg namanya Muslim yang faham Islam itu sndiri."
Author: Hlovate
20. "The flourishing of bursts of energy dies beyond us.All delirium is expansive.All impulses escape stereotyping."
Author: Isidore Isou
21. "When people rely on surface appearances and false racial stereotypes, rather than in-depth knowledge of others at the level of the heart, mind and spirit, their ability to assess and understand people accurately is compromised."
Author: James A. Forbes
22. "They wanted to make her less rural, less of a cartoon. Not that Southern woman are cartoonish - they're the strongest women in this country, but with Val they wanted to take the stereotypical things out."
Author: Joan Van Ark
23. "Our stereotyping societies force us to feel more alone. They stamp masks on us and isolate out real selves. We all live in two worlds: the old comfortable man-centred world of absolutes and the harsh real world of relatives. The latter, the relativity reality, terrifies us; and isolates and dwarfs us all."
Author: John Fowles
24. "A luz do crepúsculo fazia brilhar a terra vermelha, de maneira que as suas dimensões se aprofundavam. Uma pedra, um poste, uma construção adquiriam mais profundidade e mais consistência então do que à luz do dia; e todos esses objetos se tornavam estranhamente mais individuais: um poste era mais essencialmente um poste; elevava-se com mais firmeza da terra e destacava-se melhor do campo de milho que lhe servia de fundo. E as plantas adquiriam mais individualidade. Não eram apenas um conjunto de cereais, e o salgueiro desfolhado era mais ele próprio, bem diferente dos outros salgueiros. A terra também contribuía com uma parte de luz para a tarde. A frontaria da casa, parda, sem pintura, voltada a oeste, brilhava palidamente com um fulgor semelhante ao da lua. O caminhão cinzento e empoeirado, imóvel no terreiro, destacava-se magicamente àquela luz, na perspectiva exagerada de um estereoscópio."
Author: John Steinbeck
25. "I like the idea of up-and-coming actors nowadays being a little different and not necessarily the drama-school stereotype, being a bit more edgy."
Author: Kaya Scodelario
26. "A stereotype becomes a stereotype when a significant percentage of the population appears to conform to it."
Author: Kelley Armstrong
27. "The show's writers had peppered the piece with words like "savage," "wild," and "animalistic." What bullshit. Show me the animal that kills for the thrill of watching something die. Why does the stereotype of the animalistic killer persist?Because humans like it. It neatly explains things for them, moving humans to the top of the evolutionary ladder and putting killers down among mythological man-beast monsters like werewolves.The truth is, if a werewolf behaved like this psychopath it wouldn't be because he was part animal, but because he was still too human. Only humans kill for sport."
Author: Kelley Armstrong
28. "No community adheres completely to its stereotypes."
Author: Kevin Roose
29. "Dead Prez is playing on the car's stereo, telling me that it's bigger than Hip-Hop, but I beg to differ."
Author: Kris Kidd
30. "You know, I think a lot of times what happens when we as actors know we're playing a bad guy is we get into bad guy mode. You know what, man? In real life, bad people do good things too and good people do bad things. So you don't necessarily have to be the stereotypical bad guy to still do bad things."
Author: Laz Alonso
31. "Med Astbury som bakteppe fremsto han mest av alt som en stereotyp Hollywood-klisje, og slik hørtes han ut også. I Tinseltown, som Hollywood så nedsettende ble kalt av og til, kunne Jacks oppførsel, egoet og selvopptattheten hans, virke som noe ganske normalt. Men her i den virkelige verden - i den verdenen der vanlige mennesker levde fra dag til dag og strevde seg gjennom hverdagens problemer - var den absolutt ikke det."
Author: Lucinda Riley
32. "Instead of being presented with stereotypes by age, sex, color, class, or religion, children must have the opportunity to learn that within each range, some people are loathsome and some are delightful."
Author: Margaret Mead
33. "I'm not stereotypically Canadian. I don't really follow hockey. I don't feel like anything other than myself, basically."
Author: Michael Cera
34. "Every character when born is a stereotype."
Author: Michael Patrick King
35. "But it's a very universal story and the thing is I was reluctant to answer that question because I don't want people latching on to a particular stereotype."
Author: Parminder Nagra
36. "Everyone is their own kind of lesbian. To think there's a certain way to dress or present yourself in the world is just one more stereotype we have to fit into."
Author: Portia De Rossi
37. "Tradition is a pretty poor excuse for perpetrating stereotypes."
Author: Ramsey Campbell
38. "It was useless arguing with people like her. They had stereotyped minds that ran along grooves of stock response and the commonplace."
Author: Ruth Rendell
39. "I listen to KCRW in the car and Pandora radio, which I stream through the stereo from my iPhone. I've been listening to everything from Caribou to Conway Twitty. If I'm going on a longer car ride, I'll download some podcasts."
Author: Sam Trammell
40. "Only a real asshole takes liberties with someone else's car stereo. That's serious."
Author: Sarah Dessen
41. "An action film can have too much action; picture an equaliser on a stereo, with all the knobs pegged at 10. It becomes a cacophony and is, ultimately, quite boring."
Author: Shane Black
42. "What's coming out of the stereo is like a genre unto itself, a charming, fucked-up fairy tale that immediately breaks my heart in all the best ways.I stretch out on the floor with my ear parked next to the speaker, in a trance. I place the album cover over my face to block out any interruption as "I'll Be Your Mirror" seduces me. I immediately add the song to my mental list of top ten songs ever.And as I'm bobbing my head with dreamy abandon, I hear a voice. "Nice choice, DJ," it says.I slowly slide the album cover down past my eyes and look up. My eyes spy his shoes first--paint-splattered brogues. My heart stops when I look at his face. Pale skin, messy black hair, emerald eyes...Senor Smolder! He's eighteen, maybe nineteen. And no, my imagination didn't lie, he is just as devastating now as he was the first time I saw him. Only even more, because he just complimented my taste in music."
Author: Shauna Cross
43. "The less control people had over their work, the higher their blood pressure during work hours. Moreover, blood pressure at home was unrelated to the level of job control, indicating that the spike during work hours was specifically caused by lack of choice on the job. People with little control over their work also experienced more back pain, missed more days of work due to illness in general, and had higher rates of mental illness—the human equivalent of stereotypies, resulting in the decreased quality of life common to animals reared in captivity."
Author: Sheena Iyengar
44. "Men are more likely to be introverted than women are, but it's really very slight. But the real difference I think is in how it plays out, how it relates to cultural stereotypes."
Author: Susan Cain
45. "No one likes to be typecast or stereotyped, especially actors. But who would know Esther Williams without a swimming pool, Bela Lugosi without a cape, or Elvis Presley without his guitar. Would we even care?"
Author: Susan Marg
46. "Why do we have to behave like idiots to prove we're not a stereotype? Why do we have to rebel against ourselves? Enjoy the freedom to be shy"
Author: T.J. Bowes
47. "I had this stereotypical view that black people apart from me probably threw stones and lived in huts."
Author: Trisha Goddard
48. "The childhood that Paul and Clara Jobs created for their new son was, in many ways, a stereotype of the late 1950s. When Steve was two they adopted a girl they named Patty, and three years later they moved to a tract house in the suburbs."
Author: Walter Isaacson
49. "The systems of stereotypes may be the core of our personal tradition, the defenses of our position in society. They are an ordered more or less consistent picture of the world, to which our habits, our tastes, our capacities, our comforts and our hopes have adjusted themselves. They may not be a complete picture of the world, but they are a picture of a possible world to which we are adapted. In that world, people and things have their well-known places, and do certain expected things. We feel at home there. We fit in. We are members.[...]It is not merely a short cut. It is all these things and something more. It is the guarantee of our self-respect; it is the projection upon the world of our own sense or our own value, our own position, and our own rights. [...] They are the fortress of our traditions, and behind its defenses we can continue to feel ourselves safe in the position we occupy."
Author: Walter Lippmann
50. "In a sense it might even be said that our failure is to form habits: for, after all, habit is relative to a stereotyped world, and meantime it is only the roughness of the eye that makes two persons, things, situations, seem alike."
Author: Walter Pater

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