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Famous Anti-school Sayings By Anthony Powell: Sir Magnus Donners himself appeared to greet his guests at exactly the same moment. I Sir Magnus Donners himself appeared to greet his guests at exactly the same moment. I wondered whether he had been watching at a peephole. It was like the stage entrance of a famous actor, the conscious modesty of which is designed, by its absolute ease and lack of emphasis, both to prevent the performance from being disturbed at some anti-climax of the play by too deafening a round of applause, at the same time to confirm
what everyone in the theater knows already
the complete mastery he possesses of his art. The manner in which Sir Magnus held out his hand also suggested brilliant miming of a distinguished man feeling a little uncomfortable about something. — Anthony Powell
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Famous Anti-school Sayings By Deyth Banger: Hey, why this person blocked me?", "WTF, this guy I know him!", "WTF this guy Hey, why this person blocked me?", "WTF, this guy I know him!", "WTF this guy I don't know but he has send me request???", "Oh,oh That's the famous singer from the TV!! I know that person, I know him?!, I know him!?"... This is called the future - so my question is are you prepared for this? — Deyth Banger
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Famous Anti-school Sayings By Kurt Vonnegut: And on the subject of burning books: I want to congratulate librarians, not famous for And on the subject of burning books: I want to congratulate librarians, not famous for their physical strength or their powerful political connections or their great wealth, who, all over this country, have staunchly resisted anti-democratic bullies who have tried to remove certain books from their shelves, and have refused to reveal to thought police the names of persons who have checked out those titles.
So the America I loved still exists, if not in the White House or the Supreme Court or the Senate or the House of Representatives or the media. The America I love still exists at the front desks of our public libraries. — Kurt Vonnegut
Famous Anti-school Sayings By Mark Jacob: Public service announcements were first created by the Ad Council during World War II to Public service announcements were first created by the Ad Council during World War II to get Rosie to work and to tighten loose lips. In 1971, on the second Earth Day, the world met "the crying Indian," played by Iron Eyes Cody. The famous anti-pollution ad, which showed Cody paddling a canoe and watching motorists litter, effectively gave the new ecology movement a huge boost. As it turns out, Cody was of Italian descent (real name Espera DeCorti), but he appeared in hundreds of movies and TV shows as a Native American and denied his European ancestry until his death in 1999. — Mark Jacob
Famous Anti-school Sayings By Eric Thomas: You can have, you can be, you can do whatever you want to do once You can have, you can be, you can do whatever you want to do once you make the decision, so that would be my greatest piece of advice. — Eric Thomas
Famous Anti-school Sayings By Heikki Kovalainen: When I started go-karting at the age of six, I always dreamt of becoming a When I started go-karting at the age of six, I always dreamt of becoming a Formula One driver. — Heikki Kovalainen
Famous Anti-school Sayings By Mary Tyler Moore: Lou Grant was pretty much always Lou Grant. Lou Grant was pretty much always Lou Grant. — Mary Tyler Moore
Famous Anti-school Sayings By Guy Endore: The whole famous Reign of Terror [of the 1790s] in fifteen months guillotined 2,596 aristos. The whole famous Reign of Terror [of the 1790s] in fifteen months guillotined 2,596 aristos. The Versaillists [the anti-Communards of 1871] executed 20,000 before their firing squads in one week. Do these figures represent the comparative efficiency of guillotine and modern rifle or the comparative cruelty of upper and lower class mobs? — Guy Endore
Famous Anti-school Sayings By Jack D. Forbes: Religion is, in reality, living. Our religion is not what we profess, or what we Religion is, in reality, living. Our religion is not what we profess, or what we say, or what we proclaim; our religion is what we do, what we desire, what we seek, what we dream about, what we fantasize, what we think - all these things - twenty-four hours a day. One's religion, then, is ones life, not merely the ideal life but the life as it is actually lived.
Religion is not prayer, it is not a church, it is not theistic, it is not atheistic, it has little to do with what white people call "religion." It is our every act. If we tromp on a bug, that is our religion; if we experiment on living animals, that is our religion; if we cheat at cards, that is our religion; if we dream of being famous, that is our religion; if we gossip maliciously, that is our religion; if we are rude and aggressive, that is our religion. All that we do, and are, is our religion. — Jack D. Forbes
Famous Anti-school Sayings By John Kennedy Toole: Is it the part of the police department to harass me when this city is Is it the part of the police department to harass me when this city is a flagrant vice capital of the civilized world?" Ignatius bellowed over the crowd in front of the store. "This city is famous for its gamblers, prostitutes, exhibitionists, anti-Christs, alcoholics, sodomites, drug addicts, fetishists, onanists, pornographers, frauds, jades, litterbugs, and lesbians, all of whom are only too well protected by graft. If you have a moment, I shall endeavor to discuss the crime problems with you, but don't make the mistake of bothering me. — John Kennedy Toole
Famous Anti-school Sayings By Lynn Sherr: Swimming is my salvation. Ask me in the middle of winter, or at the end Swimming is my salvation. Ask me in the middle of winter, or at the end of a grueling day, or after a long stretch at the computer, where I'd most like to be, and the answer is always the same: in the water, gliding weightless, slicing a silent trail through whatever patch of blue I can find. — Lynn Sherr
Famous Anti-school Sayings By Amity Gaige: I often heard Latvians compare Russia and America. Latvians find both countries and their leaders I often heard Latvians compare Russia and America. Latvians find both countries and their leaders possessed of the same mysterious confidence. — Amity Gaige
Famous Anti-school Sayings By Mahatma Gandhi: I have so much to accomplish today that I must meditate for two hours instead I have so much to accomplish today that I must meditate for two hours instead of one. — Mahatma Gandhi
Famous Anti-school Sayings By George Eliot: In our instinctive rebellion against pain, we are children again, and demand an active will In our instinctive rebellion against pain, we are children again, and demand an active will to wreak our vengeance on. — George Eliot
Famous Anti-school Sayings By Mark Driscoll: The Gospel of Mark revealed a Jesus who was anti-thetical to the "Gentle Jesus, meek The Gospel of Mark revealed a Jesus who was anti-thetical to the "Gentle Jesus, meek and mild" sung about in Wesley's famous hymn. The portrait of Mark agrees more easily with that of former-major-league-baseball-player-turned-evangelist Billy Sunday who said, 'Jesus was the greatest scrapper who ever lived. — Mark Driscoll