Clutching At Straws Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Clutching At Straws Sayings By Paul Greenberg: Now the line is: Forget the classics, concentrate on an education for the 21st century! Now the line is: Forget the classics, concentrate on an education for the 21st century! Which apparently means knowing how to operate electronic devices and figure out a spreadsheet. That's not education, it's vocational training. What once were means seem to have become ends in education. And our more with-it "educators" shift with every passing wind, clutching at the latest gimmick the way drowning men do at straws. — Paul Greenberg
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Clutching At Straws Sayings By Kim Gruenenfelder: I point at Drew, as I turn to Dawn. See? My sister finds her soulmate, I point at Drew, as I turn to Dawn. See? My sister finds her soulmate, and not only does she get rewarded with love and happiness, she gets free champagne flutes, and dutch ovens, and fifty-dollar checks. And what do I get? What do I get on a day when I still haven't found anyone to love? When I'm waiting by the phone for some jerk to call me, and acting like a crazy woman, e-mailing him at three a.m., clutching at straws that I might ever find anyone? Do I get gifts? No! I get condemnation from my grandmother, and I get to wear a dress that makes me look like a baked potato. — Kim Gruenenfelder
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Clutching At Straws Sayings By Tim Salmon: This is what schizophrenia is: endless despair, endless, inconclusive treatment; endless clutching at little straws This is what schizophrenia is: endless despair, endless, inconclusive treatment; endless clutching at little straws of betterness; endless realisation that that is all they are, is all there is. — Tim Salmon
Clutching At Straws Sayings By Tom Stoppard: We drift down time, clutching at straws. But what good's a brick to a drowning We drift down time, clutching at straws. But what good's a brick to a drowning man? — Tom Stoppard