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36 Central Air Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Personally, in my home, the district in central New York, the Air National Guard base, not 5 years ago, the commandant came through and said, This is one of the sorriest looking bases I have ever seen.Jim Walsh Central Air Sayings By Jim Walsh: Personally, in my home, the district in central New York, the Air National Guard base,
Everyone wants to be a God. We manufacture our own worlds, duping ourselves with things to escape the reality we call our lives. Drugs, alcohol, sex, work, school. Bigger houses, newer cars and designer clothes are the universes we invent to exert our god-like rule. We can't control the weather, but it's always a perfect seventy-two degrees in our central-air controlled worlds.Brian Krans Central Air Sayings By Brian Krans: Everyone wants to be a God. We manufacture our own worlds, duping ourselves with things
When I turn on my central air conditioner, I feel like, "Wow, I really have come a long way." Or buying the super expensive organic raw food for my dogs, and I remember when I had to buy the cheapest big bag of kibble. So I think for me it's often in terms of comfort.Kristin Bauer Van Straten Central Air Sayings By Kristin Bauer Van Straten: When I turn on my central air conditioner, I feel like, "Wow, I really have
If every violent program in the nation were blipped off the air for 48 hours, and replaced by reruns of the 'Donna Reed Show', there would not be one less death in South Central LA. At most you'd have several more incidents of people shooting out their TVs.J. Michael Straczynski Central Air Sayings By J. Michael Straczynski: If every violent program in the nation were blipped off the air for 48 hours,
I write for a radio show that, no matter what, will go on the air Saturday at five o'clock central time. You learn to write toward that deadline, to let the adrenaline pick you up on Friday morning and carry you through, to cook up a monologue about Lake Wobegon and get to the theater on time.Garrison Keillor Central Air Sayings By Garrison Keillor: I write for a radio show that, no matter what, will go on the air
I battle between my body's desperate need for him and my mind's strong need to talk. I want to clear the air before I'm dragged back onto Central Jesse Cloud Nine where I lose all cognitive reasoning.Jodi Ellen Malpas Central Air Sayings By Jodi Ellen Malpas: I battle between my body's desperate need for him and my mind's strong need to
Then she began to mutter to herself and gesture to the empty air.
oh. Sonny sighed. Just another central park crazy.
Lesley Livingston Central Air Sayings By Lesley Livingston: Then she began to mutter to herself and gesture to the empty air.oh. Sonny sighed.
But one thing I've learned is that the minute I start fixating on what I don't have - time, money, a child I can send to camp for the summer, central air conditioning - I just feel that much hotter and put-upon, and those bad feelings seem to attract extra obstructions to my day.Marie Myung-Ok Lee Central Air Sayings By Marie Myung-Ok Lee: But one thing I've learned is that the minute I start fixating on what I
I think," said my neighbour, her chin very high in the air (and still spiffed, I am glad to say) "that women who've never married and never had children have missed out on the central experiences of life. They are emotionally crippled."
Now what am I supposed to say to that? I ask you. That women who've never won the Nobel Peace Prize have also experienced a serious deprivation? It's like taking candy from a baby; the poor thing isn't allowed to get angry, only catty. I said, "That's rude, and silly," and helped her to mashed potatoes.
... "You can't catch a man."
"That's why I'll never be abandoned," said I. Fortunately she did not hear me. Did I say taking candy from babies? Rather, eating babies, killing babies, abandoning babies. So sad, so easy.
Joanna Russ Central Air Sayings By Joanna Russ: I think," said my neighbour, her chin very high in the air (and still spiffed,
In the Gaia theory air, water, and soil are major components of one central organism, planet Earth. What we typically think of as life - the plants and animals that inhabit the earth - has evolved merely to regulate the chemistry of the biosphere. Humans are insignificant participants, far less important to the life cycle than termites. Even the imbalance that we have created by adding massive quantities of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere may be brought back to acceptable levels by other organisms functioning in their capacity to correct excesses.David Easton Central Air Sayings By David Easton: In the Gaia theory air, water, and soil are major components of one central organism,
Out of this same light, out of the central mind,
We make a dwelling in the evening air,
In which being there together is enough.
Wallace Stevens Central Air Sayings By Wallace Stevens: Out of this same light, out of the central mind,We make a dwelling in the
When I was the director of Central Intelligence in the early '90s, I tried to get the Air Force to partner with us in building drones. And they didn't want to, because they had no pilots.Robert M. Gates Central Air Sayings By Robert M. Gates: When I was the director of Central Intelligence in the early '90s, I tried to
Not to mention central air-conditioning, an inn-wide stereo system, plasma TVs and iPod docking stations, and L'Occitane toiletries.Elin Hilderbrand Central Air Sayings By Elin Hilderbrand: Not to mention central air-conditioning, an inn-wide stereo system, plasma TVs and iPod docking stations,
With each mile we put behind us, I felt the air grow lighter in my lungs. It was as if the city had been one large pressure cooker, simmering in its own juices. With the top down on the coupe and a stalwart, man-made breeze blowing steadily in my face, I tallied the city's many summertime brutalities: the heat that radiated from the gray asphalt and made the air dance in wavy shimmers; the stagnant ponds in Central Park that turned a milky, putrid, almost phosphorescent green and incubated countless mosquitoes; the blasts of hot dirty air that breathed upward from every subway grate; oh, and how the loud noises pouring from construction sites even somehow seemed to further agitate and heat the air!Suzanne Rindell Central Air Sayings By Suzanne Rindell: With each mile we put behind us, I felt the air grow lighter in my
But no, he had to smell as good as he tasted, earthy and natural, like sex in the woods. He'd make a fantastic air freshener for some guy's man cave.
Ione, Larissa (2014-12-16). Revenant (Demonica) (p. 71). Grand Central Publishing. Kindle Edition.
Larissa Ione Central Air Sayings By Larissa Ione: But no, he had to smell as good as he tasted, earthy and natural, like
Random Central Bad-guys: DROP YOUR WEAPONS! PUT YOUR HANDS IN THE AIR!!!
Ed: Nom nom nom nom nom nom nom ...
Hiromu Arakawa Central Air Sayings By Hiromu Arakawa: Random Central Bad-guys: DROP YOUR WEAPONS! PUT YOUR HANDS IN THE AIR!!!Ed: Nom nom nom
Men use up their lives in heart-breaking political struggles, or get themselves killed in civil wars, or tortured in the secret prisons of the Gestapo, not in order to establish some central-heated, air-conditioned, strip-lighted Paradise, but because they want a world in which human beings love one another instead of swindling and murdering one another.George Orwell Central Air Sayings By George Orwell: Men use up their lives in heart-breaking political struggles, or get themselves killed in civil
The Silken Tent
She is as in a field a silken tent
At midday when the sunny summer breeze
Has dried the dew and all its ropes relent,
So that in guys it gently sways at ease,
And its supporting central cedar pole,
That is its pinnacle to heavenward
And signifies the sureness of the soul,
Seems to owe naught to any single cord,
But strictly held by none, is loosely bound
By countless silken ties of love and thought
To every thing on earth the compass round,
And only by one's going slightly taut
In the capriciousness of summer air
Is of the slightest bondage made aware.
Robert Frost Central Air Sayings By Robert Frost: The Silken TentShe is as in a field a silken tentAt midday when the sunny
I suggest that the real objective of Socialism is not happiness. Happiness hitherto has been a by-product, and for all we know it may always remain so. The real objective of Socialism is human brotherhood. This is widely felt to be the case, though it is not usually said, or not said loudly enough. Men use up their lives in heart-breaking political struggles, or get themselves killed in civil wars, or tortured in the secret prisons of the Gestapo, not in order to establish some central-heated, air-conditioned, strip-lighted Paradise, but because they want a world in which human beings love one another instead of swindling and murdering one another. And they want that world as a first step. Where they go from there is not so certain, and the attempt to foresee it in detail merely confuses the issue.George Orwell Central Air Sayings By George Orwell: I suggest that the real objective of Socialism is not happiness. Happiness hitherto has been
May I repeat what I told you here: treat nature by means of the cylinder, the sphere, the cone, everything brought into proper perspective so that each side of an object or a plane is directed towards a central point. Lines parallel to the horizon give breadth ... lines perpendicular to this horizon give depth. But nature for us men is more depth than surface, whence the need to introduce into our light vibrations, represented by the reds and yellows, a sufficient amount of blueness to give the feel of air.Paul Cezanne Central Air Sayings By Paul Cezanne: May I repeat what I told you here: treat nature by means of the cylinder,
The unease of the tour is not the discomfort of being problematically present - South Central mediated by air-conditioning vents - so much as the discomfort of an abiding absence - a pattern of always being elsewhere, far away, our of ear- and eye- and gun-shot, humming beach to bistro along the Pacific Coast Highway.Leslie Jamison Central Air Sayings By Leslie Jamison: The unease of the tour is not the discomfort of being problematically present - South
I opened the large central window of my office room to its full on the fine early May morning. Then I stood for a few moments, breathing in the soft, warm air that was charged with the scent of white lilacs below.Angus Wilson Central Air Sayings By Angus Wilson: I opened the large central window of my office room to its full on the
Farming takes root in you and crowds out other endeavors, makes them seem paltry. Your acres become a world. And maybe you realize that it is beyond those acres or in your distant past, back in the realm of TiVo and cubicles, of take-out food and central heat and air, in that country where discomfort has nearly disappeared, that you were deprived. Deprived of the pleasure of desire, of effort and difficulty and meaningful accomplishment.Kristin Kimball Central Air Sayings By Kristin Kimball: Farming takes root in you and crowds out other endeavors, makes them seem paltry. Your
At the heart of the WTO is an assault on everything left standing in the commons, in the public realm. Everything is now for sale. Even those areas of life that we once considered sacred like health and education, food and water and air and seeds and genes and a heritage. It is all now for sale. Economic freedom - not democracy, and not ecological stewardship - is the defining metaphor of the WTO and its central goal is humanity's mastery of the natural world through its total commodification.Maude Barlow Central Air Sayings By Maude Barlow: At the heart of the WTO is an assault on everything left standing in the
AZRAEL:
No pleasure, no rapture, no exquisite sin greater ... than central air.
Kevin Smith Central Air Sayings By Kevin Smith: AZRAEL:No pleasure, no rapture, no exquisite sin greater ... than central air.
For me, consciousness is the most interesting unsolved problem of science, and, in fact, we may never know what it is about a particular arrangement of neurons that gives rise to consciousness. Our consciousness, like the air we breathe or like the passage of time, is central to our existence as intelligent beings.Alan Lightman Central Air Sayings By Alan Lightman: For me, consciousness is the most interesting unsolved problem of science, and, in fact, we
I'm a comedian who happens to be Latino. What's the difference? The difference is, my special will air on Comedy Central, not Telemundo.Gabriel Iglesias Central Air Sayings By Gabriel Iglesias: I'm a comedian who happens to be Latino. What's the difference? The difference is, my
Fishing is still elemental in the most elemental sense of the word - an activity composed of water and air and light and space, all arranged in precarious balance around a central idea of a man in a boat, waiting for a bite.Samanth Subramanian Central Air Sayings By Samanth Subramanian: Fishing is still elemental in the most elemental sense of the word - an activity
New York in November really does have a special charm to it. The air is clear and crisp, and the leaves on the trees in Central Park are just beginning to turn golden. The sky is so clear you can see forever, and the skyscrapers lavishly reflect the sun's rays. You feel you can keep on walking one block after another without end. Expensive cashmere coats fill the windows at Bergdorf Goodman, and the streets are filled with the delicious smell of roasted pretzels.Haruki Murakami Central Air Sayings By Haruki Murakami: New York in November really does have a special charm to it. The air is
To make a long story short, there is no way to devise an objective and non-arbitrary measure for comparing the overall complexity of any two given languages. It's not simply that no one has bothered to do it
it's inherently impossible even if one tried. So where does all this leave the dogma of equal complexity? When Joe, Piers, and Tom claim that "primitive people speak primitive languages," they are making a simple and eminently meaningful statement, which just happens to be factually incorrect. But the article of faith that linguists swear by is even worse than wrong
it is meaningless. The alleged central finding of the discipline is nothing more than a hollow mouthful of air, since in the absence of a definition for the overall complexity of a language, the statement that "all languages are equally complex" makes about as much sense as the assertion that "all languages are equally cornflakes".
Guy Deutscher Central Air Sayings By Guy Deutscher: To make a long story short, there is no way to devise an objective and
The 'Other Half' is the word. The 'Other Half' is an organism. Word is an organism. The presence of the 'Other Half' is a separate organism attached to your nervous system on an air line of words can now be demonstrated experimentally. One of the most common 'hallucinations' of subject during sense withdrawal is the feeling of another body sprawled through the subject's body at an angle ... yes quite an angle it is the 'Other Half' worked quite some years on a symbiotic basis. From symbiosis to parasitism is a short step. The word is now a virus. The flu virus may have once been a healthy lung cell. It is now a parasitic organism that invades and damages the central nervous system. Modern man has lost the option of silence. Try halting sub-vocal speech. Try to achieve even ten seconds of inner silence. You will encounter a resisting organism that forces you to talk. That organism is the word.William S. Burroughs Central Air Sayings By William S. Burroughs: The 'Other Half' is the word. The 'Other Half' is an organism. Word is an
We have a group of friends of the museum who try to raise, if they can, periodically something to help us. Of course, the main thing about a building like this is its upkeep. It needs central heating and it needs central air conditioning.Katherine Dunham Central Air Sayings By Katherine Dunham: We have a group of friends of the museum who try to raise, if they
Overpopulation is the problem of the third and fourth World; over-consumption is the problem of the West. The average American child this year will consume as much of the world's resources as twenty children born in India. Deliberate and calculated waste is the central aspect of the American economy. We over-eat, over-buy, and over-built, spewing out our toxic wastes upon the earth and into the air.Richard J. Foster Central Air Sayings By Richard J. Foster: Overpopulation is the problem of the third and fourth World; over-consumption is the problem of
We have got to accept Big Government for the duration-for neither an offensive nor a defensive war can be waged, given our present government skills, except through the instrument of a totalitarian bureaucracy within our shores. ... And if they deem Soviet power a menace to our freedom (as I happen to), they will have to support large armies and air forces, atomic energy, central intelligence, war production boards, and the attendant centralization of power in Washington-even with Truman at the reins of it all.William F. Buckley Jr. Central Air Sayings By William F. Buckley Jr.: We have got to accept Big Government for the duration-for neither an offensive nor a
A black hole really is an object with very rich structure, just like Earth has a rich structure of mountains, valleys, oceans, and so forth. Its warped space whirls around the central singularity like air in a tornado.Kip Thorne Central Air Sayings By Kip Thorne: A black hole really is an object with very rich structure, just like Earth has
The embassy's front door was of bulletproof steel lined with a veneer of English oak. You attained it by touching a button in a silent lift. The royal crest, in this air-conditioned stillness, suggested silicone and funeral parlours. The windows, like the doors, had been toughened to frustrate the Irish and tinted to frustrate the sun. Not a whisper of the real world penetrated. The silent traffic, cranes, shipping, old town and new town, the brigade of women in orange tunics gathering leaves along the central reservation of the Avenida Balboa, were mere specimens in Her Majesty's inspection chamber. From the moment you set foot in British extraterritorial airspace, you were looking in, not out. - John Le Carre Central Air Sayings By John Le Carre: The embassy's front door was of bulletproof steel lined with a veneer of English oak.