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Newcomers Sayings By Mike Love: The Beach Boys already had about four or five albums under our belt when these The Beach Boys already had about four or five albums under our belt when these newcomers, The Beatles, took the U.S. by storm in early 1964. — Mike Love
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Newcomers Sayings By Kristen Ashley: He can be pretty charming and charismatic. Still, he's not a well man."The newcomers all He can be pretty charming and charismatic. Still, he's not a well man."
The newcomers all burst out laughing. Callum scowled at her a moment before dropping his head back and saying to the ceiling, "Bloody hell. — Kristen Ashley
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Newcomers Sayings By Tom Tancredo: The problem with much of the debate over this issue is that we confuse two The problem with much of the debate over this issue is that we confuse two separate matters: immigration policy (how many people we admit) and immigrant policy (how we treat people who are already here). What our nation needs is a pro-immigrant policy of low immigration. A pro-immigrant policy of low immigration can reconcile America's traditional welcome for newcomers with the troubling consequences of today's mass immigration. It would enable us to be faithful and wise stewards of America's interests while also showing immigrants the respect they deserve as future Americans. — Tom Tancredo
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Newcomers Sayings By David Koenig: The eight-acre underground was so sprawling that for months after the park first opened, guides The eight-acre underground was so sprawling that for months after the park first opened, guides had to be stationed in the tunnels to redirect lost employees. Soon after, the tunnel walls were color-coded by land and maps were posted at each intersection to help newcomers find their way. — David Koenig
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Newcomers Sayings By Terry Pratchett: The Ankh-Morpork Trespassers' Society was originally the Explorers' Society until Lord Vetinari forcibly insisted that The Ankh-Morpork Trespassers' Society was originally the Explorers' Society until Lord Vetinari forcibly insisted that most of the places 'discovered' by the society's members already had people in them, who were already trying to sell snakes to the newcomers. — Terry Pratchett
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Newcomers Sayings By Scott McCloud: If a comic comes out on the scene and it's really knock-out brilliant, the community If a comic comes out on the scene and it's really knock-out brilliant, the community is pretty good about getting the word about good newcomers. — Scott McCloud
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Newcomers Sayings By Karen Fisher: The country was so vast, of course, that one or a hundred or a thousand The country was so vast, of course, that one or a hundred or a thousand men could have very little effect. And how, anyway, could one fault a people bringing schools and churches and all the goods of industry? Still, there was always something about newcomers laying claim that made him uneasy, as though he were being robbed some way, or made to give over something he had never thought to value. — Karen Fisher
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Newcomers Sayings By Alessandro Del Piero: Italy have plenty of high-quality players. Newcomers need time to get adjusted to the set-up Italy have plenty of high-quality players. Newcomers need time to get adjusted to the set-up and the system of play. I'm very young, and although I think I have shown good quality in my international games, I realise that there are plenty of others competing for places. — Alessandro Del Piero
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Newcomers Sayings By Barack Obama: Moreover, I believe that part of America's genius has always been its ability to absorb Moreover, I believe that part of America's genius has always been its ability to absorb newcomers, to forge a national identity out of the disparate lot that arrived on our shores. In this we've been aided by a Constitution that
despite being marred by the original sin of slavery
has at its very core the ideas of equal citizenship under the laws; and an economic system that, more than any other, has offered opportunity to all comers, regardless of status or title or rank. — Barack Obama
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Newcomers Sayings By Jane Austen: you know, they visit no newcomers. Indeed you you know, they visit no newcomers. Indeed you — Jane Austen
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Newcomers Sayings By Sonam Kapoor: I don't know what to expect out of my films. My first two films were I don't know what to expect out of my films. My first two films were with extremely talented directors, and they didn't work. And my next two films were with newcomers, and they worked well. So I've stopped expecting anything from my movies. — Sonam Kapoor
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Newcomers Sayings By Ayaan Hirsi Ali: both the immigrants from the tribe and bloodline and the activists of prosperity share a both the immigrants from the tribe and bloodline and the activists of prosperity share a common delusion: they believe that it is possible to make this transition without paying the price of choosing between values. One side wants change in their circumstances without letting go of tradition; the other, overcome with guilt and pity, wants to help newcomers with the material change but cannot bring themselves to demand that they excise traditional, outdated values from their outlook. — Ayaan Hirsi Ali
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Newcomers Sayings By Barack Obama: Part of America's genius has always been its ability to absorb newcomers, to forge a Part of America's genius has always been its ability to absorb newcomers, to forge a national identity out of the disparate lot that arrived on our shores. — Barack Obama
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Newcomers Sayings By Raphael Carter: I'd caught what cameras call an updraft: just as the viewers got over the first I'd caught what cameras call an updraft: just as the viewers got over the first rush of interest, others smelled the excitement and tuned in. The surprise of the newcomers strengthened the scent, attracting still more people, in a spiral that could make the feedback escalate out of control. Wave upon wave of astonishment crashed through me. I tried to look down, but the curiosity of millions forced my head back up. I stood there staring at the whale like someone forced to look into the sun, unable to turn away, though my mind cringed from the sight and my eyes were burning. It was not just an updraft, but riptide: feedback so strong that it flooded out my own emotions and derailed my thoughts. The audience grew so large and so greedy that it wouldn't even let me blink. — Raphael Carter
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Newcomers Sayings By Ann Leckie: Nearly everywhere I've been, popular wisdom has it that the location of humanity's original planet Nearly everywhere I've been, popular wisdom has it that the location of humanity's original planet is unknown, mysterious. In fact it isn't, as anyone who troubles to read on the subject will discover, but it is very, very, very far away from nearly anywhere, and not a tremendously interesting place. Or at the very least, not nearly as interesting as the enchanting idea that your people are not newcomers to their homes but in fact only recolonized the place they had belonged from the beginning of time. One meets this claim anywhere one finds a remotely human-habitable planet. — Ann Leckie
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Newcomers Sayings By Roger Mahony: We should embrace our immigrant roots and recognize that newcomers to our land are not We should embrace our immigrant roots and recognize that newcomers to our land are not part of the problem, they are part of the solution. — Roger Mahony
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Newcomers Sayings By Jeremy Bulloch: Many years ago I was in another soap opera called The Newcomers which was on Many years ago I was in another soap opera called The Newcomers which was on twice a week for three years. I really don't think I could do another stint like that again. — Jeremy Bulloch
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Newcomers Sayings By Susan Cain: Evangelical churches often make extroversion a prerequisite for leadership, sometimes explicitly. "The priest must be Evangelical churches often make extroversion a prerequisite for leadership, sometimes explicitly. "The priest must be ... an extrovert who enthusiastically engages members and newcomers, a team player," reads an ad for a position as associate rector of a 1,400-member parish. — Susan Cain
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Newcomers Sayings By Stephen King: You need to get in the Baptist way of churching, son. Ours welcomes newcomers. You You need to get in the Baptist way of churching, son. Ours welcomes newcomers. You can take this place, and maybe some Sunday you can come with me n my wife.'
'Maybe so,' I agreed, reminding myself to be in a coma that Sunday. Possibly dead. — Stephen King
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Newcomers Sayings By Barbara Kingsolver: We may not like thinking about it, but germs crawl eternally over every speck of We may not like thinking about it, but germs crawl eternally over every speck of our planet. Our own bodies are bacterial condos, with established relationships between the upstairs and downstairs neighbors. Without these regular residents, our guts are easily taken over by less congenial newcomers looking for low-rent space. What keeps us healthy is an informed coexistence with microbes, rather than the micro-genocide that seems to be the rage lately. Germophobic parents can now buy kids' dinnerware, placemats, even clothing imbedded with antimicrobial chemicals. Anything that will stand still, if we mean to eat it, we shoot full of antibiotics. And yet, more than 5,000 people in the United States die each year from pathogens in our food. Sterility is obviously the wrong goal, especially as a substitute for careful work. — Barbara Kingsolver
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Newcomers Sayings By Roselyn Sanchez: I admire them for making their way up and opening new opportunities for other Latin I admire them for making their way up and opening new opportunities for other Latin newcomers. Latinos have come a long way and the roles and opportunities just seem to be improving. — Roselyn Sanchez
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Newcomers Sayings By J.D. Vance: We do know that working-class Americans aren't just less likely to climb the economic ladder, We do know that working-class Americans aren't just less likely to climb the economic ladder, they're also more likely to fall off even after they've reached the top. I imagine that the discomfort they feel at leaving behind much of their identity plays at least a small role in this problem. One way our upper class can promote upward mobility, then, is not only by pushing wise public policies but by opening their hearts and minds to the newcomers who don't quite belong. Though — J.D. Vance
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Newcomers Sayings By Madhur Bhandarkar: I pick my actors primarily based on my gut-feel. They could be rank newcomers or I pick my actors primarily based on my gut-feel. They could be rank newcomers or established stars, but if I feel they'll do justice to my characters, they are on. I think Bollywood is now looking towards Kollywood for new faces, and, to my mind, Suriya will be a very successful crossover star because he's very versatile. — Madhur Bhandarkar
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Newcomers Sayings By Adrian Barnes: Someone once said that we get more difficult to love with each passing year because, Someone once said that we get more difficult to love with each passing year because, over time, our histories grow so tangled that newcomers can no longer bushwhack their way into the thicketed and overgrown depths of our hearts. — Adrian Barnes
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Newcomers Sayings By Eric Brown: The market for short stories is hard to break into, but a magazine editor isn't The market for short stories is hard to break into, but a magazine editor isn't always looking for big names with which to sell his magazine - they're more willing to try stories by newcomers, if those tales are good. — Eric Brown
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Newcomers Sayings By Janine Benyus: We're basically this very young species, only 200,000 years old. We're one of the newcomers, We're basically this very young species, only 200,000 years old. We're one of the newcomers, and we're going through the same process that other species go through, which is, how do I keep myself alive while taking care of the place that's going to keep my offspring alive? — Janine Benyus
Newcomers Sayings By Harry S. Truman: The America to which these Swedish settlers came was a land that needed the hardy The America to which these Swedish settlers came was a land that needed the hardy qualities they brought. It was not a land that was particularly softhearted towards newcomers, but everyone believed that each should have a fair chance regardless of his origin. — Harry S. Truman
Newcomers Sayings By Gary Hamel: There is no way to create wealth without ideas. Most new ideas are created by There is no way to create wealth without ideas. Most new ideas are created by newcomers. So anyone who thinks the world is safe for incumbents is dead wrong. — Gary Hamel
Newcomers Sayings By Boman Irani: First, the newcomers are eager to come in front of the camera, and later they First, the newcomers are eager to come in front of the camera, and later they are like, 'No, sorry, sorry, no pictures'. What is this? I say fame is a very dangerous and bitter thing. — Boman Irani
Newcomers Sayings By Morgana Sythove: I remember writing the series with great enthusiasm, and I hope this enthusiasm continues to I remember writing the series with great enthusiasm, and I hope this enthusiasm continues to inspire newcomers to see the truly life-changing possibilities Wicca can offer. As a 'religion of self expression' I wish everyone an inspiring quest on this path called Wicca. — Morgana Sythove
Newcomers Sayings By Fritz Machlup: The danger of tautological propositions is considerable in discussions of the concept of normal profits. The danger of tautological propositions is considerable in discussions of the concept of normal profits. Because supernormal profits seem to invite newcomers to an industry and sub-normal profits seem to drive away those who are in an industry, some writers are inclined to define normal profits as the earnings of the fixed resources in an industry which neither grows nor declines in size or number of firms. It should be clear that such a definition is useless: it muddles together attractiveness and actual afflux, desirbility of entry and ease of entry, zero profits and monopoly rents. — Fritz Machlup
Newcomers Sayings By Brad Stone: Any process can be improved. Defects that are invisible to the knowledgeable may be obvious Any process can be improved. Defects that are invisible to the knowledgeable may be obvious to newcomers. The simplest solutions are the best. Repeating all these anecdotes isn't rote monotony - it's calculated strategy. "The rest of us try to muddle around with complicated contradictory goals and it makes it harder for people to help us," says his friend Danny Hillis. "Jeff is very clear and simple about his goals, and the way he articulates them makes it easy for others, because it's consistent. — Brad Stone
Newcomers Sayings By Ryan Hackney: Interestingly, some of the worst anti-Irish discrimination came from the Scotch-Irish, who wanted to make Interestingly, some of the worst anti-Irish discrimination came from the Scotch-Irish, who wanted to make clear that they were a different group from the impoverished newcomers. — Ryan Hackney
Newcomers Sayings By Jane Austen: But consider your daughters. Only think what an establishment it would be for one of But consider your daughters. Only think what an establishment it would be for one of them. Sir William and Lady Lucas are determined to go, merely on that account, for in general, you know, they visit no newcomers. Indeed you must go, for it will be impossible for us to visit him if you do not. — Jane Austen
Newcomers Sayings By Mervyn Morris: In 'Colonization in Reverse'41 (a famous poem much anthologized) the speaker is presented as a In 'Colonization in Reverse'41 (a famous poem much anthologized) the speaker is presented as a more or less reliable commentator who implies that Jamaicans who come to 'settle in de motherlan' are like English people who settled in the colonies. West Indian entrepreneurs, shipping off their countrymen 'like fire', turn history upside down. Fire can destroy, but may also be a source of warmth to be welcomed in temperate England. Those people who 'immigrate an populate' the seat of the Empire seem, like many a colonizer, ready to displace previous inhabitants. 'Jamaica live fi box bread/Out a English people mout' plays on a fear that newcomers might exploit the natives; and some of the immigrants are - like some of the colonizers from 'the motherland' - lazy and inclined to put on airs. Can England, who faced war and braved the worst, cope with people from the colonies turning history upside down? Can she cope with 'Colonizin in reverse'? — Mervyn Morris
Newcomers Sayings By Sylvia Earle: The observations that have developed over the years have given us perspective about where we The observations that have developed over the years have given us perspective about where we fit in. We are newcomers, really recent arrivals on a planet that is four and a half billion years old. — Sylvia Earle
Newcomers Sayings By Tamar Jacoby: The most important obstacle to speed and ease of assimilation, however, is race. In the The most important obstacle to speed and ease of assimilation, however, is race. In the nineteenth century, swarthy Jews, "black" Irish, and Italian "guineas" - a not so subtle euphemism borrowed from the African country of Guinea - were all seen as what we today call "people of color." These immigrants terrified lighter-skinned native-born Americans, who accepted the newcomers as "white" only when they - actually, their descendants - began to earn middle-class incomes. Of course, skin color does not affect an immigrant's ability to absorb American culture. But color can play a large part in hindering economic and social assimilation: today's black newcomers, from the Caribbean and elsewhere, are often treated as part of the African-American population, with all the associated disadvantages. — Tamar Jacoby
Newcomers Sayings By Nelson DeMille: I wasn't sure about that, but one never knows. Sometimes a neighborhood, like a culture I wasn't sure about that, but one never knows. Sometimes a neighborhood, like a culture or civilization, is strong enough to absorb and acculturate any number of newcomers. But I don't know if that's true around here any longer. The outward forms and appearances look the same - [ ... ]- but the substance has been altered. — Nelson DeMille
Newcomers Sayings By Edith Hamilton: They would allow no woman to be forced to marry against her will they told They would allow no woman to be forced to marry against her will they told the newcomers, nor would they surrender any suppliant, no matter how feeble, and no matter how powerful the pursuer. — Edith Hamilton
Newcomers Sayings By Alcoholics Anonymous: PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE shows that nothing will so much insure immunity from drinking as intensive work PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE shows that nothing will so much insure immunity from drinking as intensive work with other alcoholics. It works when other activities fail. This is our twelfth suggestion: Carry this message to other alcoholics! You can help when no one else can. You can secure their confidence when others fail. Remember they are very ill. Life will take on new meaning. To watch people recover, to see them help others, to watch loneliness vanish, to see a fellowship grow up about you, to have a host of friends - this is an experience you must not miss. We know you will not want to miss it. Frequent contact with newcomers and with each other is the bright spot of our lives. — Alcoholics Anonymous
Newcomers Sayings By Luis Gutierrez: It is not new or unusual for the real Americans, meaning those immigrants who came It is not new or unusual for the real Americans, meaning those immigrants who came to America a little bit longer ago, to fear the outsiders, the pretenders, the newcomers. — Luis Gutierrez
Newcomers Sayings By Michael Makai: Sometimes, I think our lifestyle has become the victim of a "World of Kinkcraft" gamer Sometimes, I think our lifestyle has become the victim of a "World of Kinkcraft" gamer mentality, where people just want to download a cheat sheet or a step-by-step walk-through. Many newcomers yearn to "learn the rules" of the lifestyle as quickly as possible, so they can get right to "winning the game." These are relationships, people. Real BDSM relationships, involving real people with real feelings, living really complicated lives. If this was easy, everyone would be doing it. Stop looking for shortcuts and easy answers. — Michael Makai
Newcomers Sayings By Howard W. French: Senegal had always boasted one of Africa's most vibrant merchant cultures. The country's boubou-wearing traders Senegal had always boasted one of Africa's most vibrant merchant cultures. The country's boubou-wearing traders had long colonized street corners in New York and many a European city, where they sold clothing, gadgetry, and assorted tourist fare. But in 2004, Dakar's traders woke up suddenly to the alarming notion that they were in turn being colonized by Chinese who seemed to be taking over the retail sector. Large protests followed in Dakar, with the striking Senegalese traders demanding government action to protect them from the Chinese newcomers. From — Howard W. French
Newcomers Sayings By Daisy Goodwin: And English society was was not exactly welcoming to these rich newcomers: Imagine Kim Kardashian And English society was was not exactly welcoming to these rich newcomers: Imagine Kim Kardashian marrying Prince Henry today and you get the general idea of the suspicion and disdain that the Americans encountered. — Daisy Goodwin
Newcomers Sayings By H.L. Mencken: What fetched me instantly (and thousands of other newcomers with me) was the subtle but What fetched me instantly (and thousands of other newcomers with me) was the subtle but unmistakable sense of escape from the United States. — H.L. Mencken
Newcomers Sayings By Charles Dickens: The bottom of his garden joins the bottom of ours, and of course I had The bottom of his garden joins the bottom of ours, and of course I had several times seen him, sitting among the scarlet-beans in his little arbour, or working at his little hotbeds. I used to think he stared rather, but I didn't take any particular notice of that, as we were newcomers, and he might be curious to see what we were like. But when he began to throw his cucumbers over our wall
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"To throw his cucumbers over our wall!" repeated Nicholas in great astonishment.
"Yes, Nicholas, my dear," replied Mrs. Nickleby, in a very serious tone; "his cucumbers over our wall. And vegetable-marrows likewise."
"Confound his impudence!" said Nicholas, firing immediately. "What does he mean by that?"
"I don't think he means it impertinently at all," replied Mrs. Nickleby.
"What!" said Nicholas, "cucumbers and vegetable-marrows flying at the heads of the family as they walk in their own garden and not meant impertinently! — Charles Dickens
Newcomers Sayings By Rodney Stark: Christianity revitalized life in Greco-Roman cities by providing new norms and new kinds of social Christianity revitalized life in Greco-Roman cities by providing new norms and new kinds of social relationships able to cope with many urgent urban problems. To cities filled with the homeless and the impoverished, Christianity offered charity as well as hope. To cities filled with newcomers and strangers, Christianity offered an immediate basis for attachments. To cities filled with orphans and widows, Christianity provided a new and expanded sense of family. To cities torn by violent ethnic strife, Christianity offered a new basis for social solidarity. And to cities faced with epidemics, fires, and earthquakes, Christianity offered effective nursing services. — Rodney Stark
Newcomers Sayings By Jan Morris: Vermonters, it seems to me, are like ethnics in their own land. They are exceedingly Vermonters, it seems to me, are like ethnics in their own land. They are exceedingly conscious of their difference from other Americans, and they talk a great deal about outsiders, newcomers, and people from the south. — Jan Morris
Newcomers Sayings By S.I. Hayakawa: The United States, a land of immigrants from every corner of the world, has been The United States, a land of immigrants from every corner of the world, has been strengthened and unified because its newcomers have historically chosen ultimately to forgo their native language for the English language. We have all benefited from the sharing of ideas, of cultures and beliefs, made possible by a common language. We have all enriched each other. — S.I. Hayakawa
Newcomers Sayings By Iona Opie: Mother Goose will show newcomers to this world how astonishing, beautiful, capricious, dancy, eccentric, funny, Mother Goose will show newcomers to this world how astonishing, beautiful, capricious, dancy, eccentric, funny, goluptious, haphazard, intertwingled, joyous, kindly, loving, melodious, naughty, outrageous, pomsidillious, querimonious, romantic, silly, tremendous, unexpected, vertiginous, wonderful, x-citing, yo-heave-ho-ish, and zany it is. — Iona Opie
Newcomers Sayings By Rudolf Arnheim: It is good to live in a country where all are immigrants ... the newcomer It is good to live in a country where all are immigrants ... the newcomer is simply the latest arrival. — Rudolf Arnheim
Newcomers Sayings By Ali Benjamin: There are so many things to be scared of in this world: blooms of jellies. There are so many things to be scared of in this world: blooms of jellies. A sixth extinction. A middle school dance. But maybe we can stop feeling so afraid. Maybe instead of feeling like a mote of dust, we can remember that all the creatures on this Earth are made from stardust.
And we are the only ones who get to know it.
That's the thing about jellyfish: They'll never understand that. All they can do is drift along, unaware.
Humans may be newcomers to this planet. We may be plenty fragile. But we're also the only ones who can decide to change. — Ali Benjamin
Newcomers Sayings By Robert Muller: A three billion year old planet floating in the vast universe with mountains, seventy percent A three billion year old planet floating in the vast universe with mountains, seventy percent seas and oceans, fertile lands, immense forests, rivers and lakes, sea shores and deserts, this is where we humans have the privilege to live, the latest, most advanced newcomers in evolution. What an immense, incredible responsibility we have to be a right, positive element in the further evolution of that planet. That is the big question before us in the new century and millennium. — Robert Muller
Newcomers Sayings By Dale Hanson Bourke: Nativism is a movement that promotes favored status for established citizens or residents of a Nativism is a movement that promotes favored status for established citizens or residents of a nation over newcomers or immigrants. Nativists typically oppose immigration and support restricting the legal status of specific ethnic groups because they view them as harming the culture of the host nation. — Dale Hanson Bourke
Newcomers Sayings By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: Never since the dawn of human history, as far as I can find out, did Never since the dawn of human history, as far as I can find out, did people long settled in any region give a friendly welcome to newcomers. One of the disagreeable traits of our human nature seems to be to dislike on sight people who come later than the first settlers. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Newcomers Sayings By Anonymous: He knew viewers made snap judgments about likability in the first seven seconds. Plus, besides He knew viewers made snap judgments about likability in the first seven seconds. Plus, besides relating to the audience, newcomers and rehabilitated personalities were more likely to be loyal. From his earliest days with Mike Douglas and Nixon, Ailes excelled when he created his own talent, molding and shaping them in his image. "If I have any ability," he later remarked, "it's probably to find talented people and set up a structure that they can work in. — Anonymous
Newcomers Sayings By Stephen King: As a young man just beginning to publish some short fiction in the t&a magazines, As a young man just beginning to publish some short fiction in the t&a magazines, I was fairly optimistic about my chances of getting published; I knew that I had some game, as the basketball players say these days, and I also felt that time was on my side; sooner or later the best-selling writers of the sixties and seventies would either die or go senile, making room for newcomers like me. — Stephen King
Newcomers Sayings By Michael Arrington: Generally speaking, experience counts for something. So you'd expect entrepreneurs who've been through the ups Generally speaking, experience counts for something. So you'd expect entrepreneurs who've been through the ups and downs of a tech startup to have an advantage over the newcomers. Or at least have an equal chance at success. But in fact the opposite may be true. A number of venture capitalists I've spoken with have said that too many "old guard" entrepreneurs are not being bold enough in their business decisions, and it's hurting their startups. — Michael Arrington
Newcomers Sayings By Richard Dawkins: Look at life from our perspective, and you eukaryotes will soon cease giving yourselves such Look at life from our perspective, and you eukaryotes will soon cease giving yourselves such airs. You bipedal apes, you stump-tailed tree-shrews, you desiccated lobe-fins, you vertebrated worms, you Hoxed-up sponges, you newcomers on the block, you eukaryotes, you barely distinguishable congregations of a monotonously narrow parish, you are little more than fancy froth on the surface of bacterial life. Why, the very cells that build you are themselves colonies of bacteria, replaying the same old tricks we bacteria discovered a billion years ago. We were here before you arrived, and we shall be here after you are gone. — Richard Dawkins
Newcomers Sayings By B. J. Porter: The second disk was taped at our all-night anniversary show. And some of those sets The second disk was taped at our all-night anniversary show. And some of those sets are taped at like 4:30 or 5 in the morning, when people are a little groggy and not doing what they would do if they knew it was being recorded. That said, that disk has an entirely different flavor. It's more experimental. It has more of the newcomers on it. It has people doing stuff that you won't see on Comedy Central or HBO specials. — B. J. Porter
Newcomers Sayings By Stephen Mansfield: By doing rather than merely studying, we create a culture. Newcomers and the young feed By doing rather than merely studying, we create a culture. Newcomers and the young feed on that culture. They watch. They do. They, too, are changed. Our culture expands. You Americans create a system of thought. The most you ask is that people contemplate new ideas. You might ask them to give or to sometimes attend meetings, but no contagious culture is created. Nothing is offered to newcomers and the young but thoughts. So they think. They don't do." We are changed. We craft — Stephen Mansfield
Newcomers Sayings By Yuval Noah Harari: (Native hygiene was far better than Spanish hygiene. When the Spaniards first arrived in Mexico, (Native hygiene was far better than Spanish hygiene. When the Spaniards first arrived in Mexico, natives bearing incense burners were assigned to accompany them wherever they went. The Spaniards thought it was a mark of divine honour. We know from native sources that they found the newcomers' smell unbearable.) The — Yuval Noah Harari
Newcomers Sayings By Matt Cohen: I welcome newcomers to cons, or 'con-virgins' as I like to call them, by saying I welcome newcomers to cons, or 'con-virgins' as I like to call them, by saying 'Welcome to the 'Supernatural' Circus,' and I mean it. We take pride as a cast to deliver a show that not only entertains the fans but ourselves, Creation Entertainment, and everyone involved on both sides. — Matt Cohen
Newcomers Sayings By William L. O'Neill: Large-scale enthusiasm for folk music began in 1958 when the Kingston Trio recorded a song, Large-scale enthusiasm for folk music began in 1958 when the Kingston Trio recorded a song, "Tom Dooley," that sold two million records. This opened the way for less slickly commercial performers. Some, like Pete Seeger, who had been singing since the depression, were veteran performers. Others, like Joan Baez, were newcomers. It was conventional for folk songs to tell a story. Hence the idiom had always lent itself to propaganda. Seeger possessed an enormous repertoire of message songs that had gotten him blacklisted by the mass media years before. Joan Baez cared more for the message than the music, and after a few years devoted herself mainly to peace work. — William L. O'Neill
Newcomers Sayings By Ville Valo: Los Angeles and New York are the big centers of the music industry worldwide so Los Angeles and New York are the big centers of the music industry worldwide so of course it can be hard for newcomers who don't know what to expect from the music business. — Ville Valo
Newcomers Sayings By Gary North: The goal of the FED, as with all central banks, is three-fold: (1) to protect The goal of the FED, as with all central banks, is three-fold: (1) to protect the largest commercial banks from their depositors, who occasionally exercise their contractual right to withdraw currency (the ungrateful cads); (2) to control entry of newcomers into the bankers' cartel (interlopers); (3) to keep the stock market from collapsing in a panic, thereby persuading depositors to withdraw currency — Gary North
Newcomers Sayings By Christopher Hitchens: All questions of right to one side, I have never been able to banish the All questions of right to one side, I have never been able to banish the queasy inner suspicion that Israel just did not look, or feel, either permanent or sustainable. I felt this when sitting in the old Ottoman courtyards of Jerusalem, and I felt it even more when I saw the hideous 'Fort Condo' settlements that had been thrown up around the city in order to give the opposite impression. If the statelet was only based on a narrow strip of the Mediterranean littoral (god having apparently ordered Moses to lead the Jews to one of the very few parts of the region with absolutely no oil at all), that would be bad enough. But in addition, it involved roosting on top of an ever-growing population that did not welcome the newcomers. — Christopher Hitchens
Newcomers Sayings By Harry S. Truman: The newcomers quickly learned their way about and soon felt at home. The Homestead Act The newcomers quickly learned their way about and soon felt at home. The Homestead Act of 1862 provided them, as well as many other pioneers, with an opportunity to acquire land and establish family farms. To the land-hungry immigrants, the tough prairie sod seemed a golden opportunity and they conquered it by hard work. — Harry S. Truman
Newcomers Sayings By Eugene H. Peterson: One of the first things that strikes us about the men and women in Scripture One of the first things that strikes us about the men and women in Scripture is that they were disappointingly non- heroic. We do not find splendid moral examples. We do not find impeccably virtuous models. That always comes as a shock to newcomers to Scripture: Abraham lied; Jacob cheated; Moses murdered and complained; David committed adultery; Peter blasphemed. — Eugene H. Peterson
Newcomers Sayings By Nile Rodgers: With Sumthin Else Music Works, I wanted to spread the love and give newcomers a With Sumthin Else Music Works, I wanted to spread the love and give newcomers a chance to make it because something that really helped me were all the people who had given me an opportunity when I was putting my career together. — Nile Rodgers
Newcomers Sayings By Sue Wicks: In preseason camp, there are no friends. when newcomers arrive trying to take not only In preseason camp, there are no friends. when newcomers arrive trying to take not only your job, but maybe your best friend's job, you work together to try to help each other. Everyone is an outsider until you're given a uniform. — Sue Wicks
Newcomers Sayings By M.J. Rose: The Fiction Writer's Co-op has 51 members, from celebrated NYT bestsellers to promising newcomers, and The Fiction Writer's Co-op has 51 members, from celebrated NYT bestsellers to promising newcomers, and a waiting list. — M.J. Rose
Newcomers Sayings By Jack London: through the air, reaching the culprit first; and nothing remained to Buck but to recover through the air, reaching the culprit first; and nothing remained to Buck but to recover the bone. That was fair of Francois, he decided, and the half-breed began his rise in Buck's estimation. The other dog made no advances, nor received any; also, he did not attempt to steal from the newcomers. He was a gloomy, — Jack London
Newcomers Sayings By Laurence J. Peter: A staff increase may produce a temporary improvement, but the promotion process eventually produces its A staff increase may produce a temporary improvement, but the promotion process eventually produces its effect on the newcomers and they, too, rise to their levels of incompetence. — Laurence J. Peter
Newcomers Sayings By Bell Hooks: But artists aren't the only marginalized folks controlling real estate. Think about the colonizing role But artists aren't the only marginalized folks controlling real estate. Think about the colonizing role that wealthy white gay men have played in communities of color; they're often the first group to gentrify poor and working-class neighborhoods. Harlem is a good example. Gays have moved in and driven up rents, as have renegade young white students, who want to be cool and hip. This is colonization, post-colonial-style. After all, the people who are "sent back" to recover the territory are always those who don't mind associating with the colored people! And it's a double bind, because some of these people could be allies. Some gay white men are proactive about racism, even while being entrepreneurial. But in the end, they take spaces, redo them, sell them for a certain amount of money, while the people who have been there are displaced. And in some cases, the people of color who are there are perceived as enemies by white newcomers. — Bell Hooks
Newcomers Sayings By Hans Jonas: It is a changing world because of the newcomers who keep arriving and who leave It is a changing world because of the newcomers who keep arriving and who leave us behind. Trying to keep pace with them is doomed to inglorious failure, especially as the pace has quickened so much. — Hans Jonas
Newcomers Sayings By Kristin Hannah: Rain Valley newcomers pretty much fell into two groups: people running away from something and Rain Valley newcomers pretty much fell into two groups: people running away from something and people running away from everything. — Kristin Hannah
Newcomers Sayings By William Of Malmesbury: We have experienced the truth of this prophecy, for England has become the habitation of We have experienced the truth of this prophecy, for England has become the habitation of outsiders and the dominion of foreigners. Today, no Englishman is earl, bishop, or abbott, and newcomers gnaw away at the riches and very innards of England; nor is there any hope for an end of this misery. — William Of Malmesbury
Newcomers Sayings By John Le Carre: There's no way out," he announced with satisfaction, "and no amount of wishful dreaming will There's no way out," he announced with satisfaction, "and no amount of wishful dreaming will produce one. The demon won't go back in its bottle, the face-off is for ever, the embrace gets tighter and the toys cleverer with every generation, and there's no such thing for either side as enough security. Not for the main players, not for the nasty little newcomers who each year run themselves up a suitcase bomb and join the club. We get tired of believing that, because we're human. We may even con ourselves into believing the threat has gone away. It never will. Never, never, never."
"So, who'll save us then, Walt?" Barley asked. "You and Nedsky?"
"Vanity, if anything will, which I doubt," Walter retorted. "No leader wants to go down in history as the ass who destroyed his country in an afternoon. And funk, I suppose. Most of our gallant politicians do have a narcissistic objection to suicide, thank God. — John Le Carre
Newcomers Sayings By George R R Martin: Thoren Smallwood, a sinewy ranger with a weak chin and a weaker mouth hidden under Thoren Smallwood, a sinewy ranger with a weak chin and a weaker mouth hidden under a thin scraggle of beard, gave Jon and Sam a cool look. He had been one of Alliser Thorne's henchmen, and had no love for either of them. "The Lord Commander's place is at Castle Black, lording and commanding," he told Mormont, ignoring the newcomers, "it seems to me."
"If you are ever Lord Commander, you may do as you please," Mormont told the ranger, "but it seems to me that I have not died yet, nor have the brothers put you in my place. — George R R Martin
Newcomers Sayings By Margaret Mead: American society is very like a fish society ... Among certain species of fish, the American society is very like a fish society ... Among certain species of fish, the only thing which determines order of dominance is length of time in the fishbowl. The oldest resident picks on the newest resident, and if the newest resident is removed to a new bowl, he, as oldest resident, will pick on the newcomers. — Margaret Mead
Newcomers Sayings By Hannah Arendt: Labor and work, as well as action, are also rooted in natality in so far Labor and work, as well as action, are also rooted in natality in so far as they have the task to provide and preserve the world for, to foresee and reckon with, the constant influx of newcomers who are born into the world as strangers. However, of the three, action has the closest connection with the human condition of natality; the new beginning inherent in birth can make itself felt in the world only because the newcomer possesses the capacity of beginning something anew, that is, of acting. In this sense of initiative, an element of action, and therefore of natality, is inherent in all human activities. Moreover, since action is the political activity par excellence, natality, and not mortality, may be the central category of political, as distinguished from metaphysical, thought. The — Hannah Arendt