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Reading Critically Sayings By Scott Farris: Eisenhower accepted and used the power of television. Stevenson felt obliged to critique it. In Eisenhower accepted and used the power of television. Stevenson felt obliged to critique it. In an article for Fortune magazine published shortly after the campaign, Stevenson worried that television was corrupting the ability of the body politic to think critically. "The extensions of our senses, which we find so fascinating, are not adding to the discriminations of our minds, since we need increasingly to take the reading of a needle on a dial to discover whether we think something is good or bad, right or wrong," he wrote. — Scott Farris
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Reading Critically Sayings By Anand Gopal: A military base in a country like Afghanistan is also a web of relationships, a A military base in a country like Afghanistan is also a web of relationships, a hub for the local economy, and a key player in the political ecosystem. — Anand Gopal
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Reading Critically Sayings By Caitlyn Jenner: As an athlete, my health has always been important to me. As an athlete, my health has always been important to me. — Caitlyn Jenner
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Reading Critically Sayings By Gary Gulman: It was early on when I was really focused and obsessed with doing The Tonight It was early on when I was really focused and obsessed with doing The Tonight Show and Letterman and stuff like that. Then, I quickly realized that those things don't make or break a career. — Gary Gulman
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Reading Critically Sayings By Rick Yancey: Into the counter behind her; her stick-thin arms fly into the air. I whip to Into the counter behind her; her stick-thin arms fly into the air. I whip to my right, toward Razor, in time to see his chest blown apart by the kneeling recruit's round. — Rick Yancey
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Reading Critically Sayings By Alexander Pope: A perfect judge will read each word of wit with the same spirit that its A perfect judge will read each word of wit with the same spirit that its author writ. — Alexander Pope
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Reading Critically Sayings By Sugata Mitra: It took nature 100 million years to make the ape stand up and become Homo It took nature 100 million years to make the ape stand up and become Homo sapiens. It took us only 10,000 to make knowing obsolete. — Sugata Mitra
Reading Critically Sayings By Henry David Thoreau: We should read history as little critically as we consider the landscape, and be more We should read history as little critically as we consider the landscape, and be more interested by the atmospheric tints and various lights and shades which the intervening spaces create than by its groundwork and composition. — Henry David Thoreau
Reading Critically Sayings By Paul Copperman: Consider what a child misses during the 15, 000 hours (from birth to age seventeen) Consider what a child misses during the 15, 000 hours (from birth to age seventeen) he spends in front of the TV screen. He is not working in the garage with his father, or in the garden with his mother. He is not doing homework, or reading, or collecting stamps. He is not cleaning his room, washing the supper dishes, or cutting the lawn. He is not listening to a discussion about community politics among his parents and their friends. He is not playing baseball or going fishing, or painting pictures. Exactly what does television offer that is so valuable it can replace these activities that transform an impulsive, self-absorbed child into a critically thinking adult? — Paul Copperman
Reading Critically Sayings By Julie Burchill: Because I was an only, I had more things, and I remember early on the Because I was an only, I had more things, and I remember early on the kick I got from giving stuff away. Despite all the myths about only children not being able to share, actually I've never knowingly met a stingy one. — Julie Burchill
Reading Critically Sayings By Anne Jamison: Fanfiction is the madwoman in mainstream culture's attic, but the attic won't contain it forever. Fanfiction is the madwoman in mainstream culture's attic, but the attic won't contain it forever. Writing and reading fanfiction isn't just something you do; it's a way of thinking critically about the media you consume, of being aware of all the implicit assumptions that a canonical work carries with it, and of considering the possibility that those assumptions might not be the only way things have to be. — Anne Jamison
Reading Critically Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Reading develops cognitive skills. It trains our minds to think critically and to question what Reading develops cognitive skills. It trains our minds to think critically and to question what you are told. This is why dictators censor or ban books. It's why it was illegal to teach slaves to read. It's why girls in developing countries have acid thrown in their faces when they walk to school. — Karin Slaughter
Reading Critically Sayings By Sheldon Lee Compton: {T}here hung that mirror still. Splotches like mold or something had collected from the corners {T}here hung that mirror still. Splotches like mold or something had collected from the corners toward the middle, but Brown was able to see enough of himself in it to feel a fair amount of disgust. No more than the usual amount. He scratched at his chin growth. Did a rat eat your razors? That's what his daddy would say. He wished his chin jutted out more like Clint Eastwood or James Dean or whotheheckever. Instead, you could barely see his chin, it hid so far back against his neck. — Sheldon Lee Compton
Reading Critically Sayings By Mike Krieger: Computer vision and machine learning have really started to take off, but for most people, Computer vision and machine learning have really started to take off, but for most people, the whole idea of what is a computer seeing when it's looking at an image is relatively obscure. — Mike Krieger
Reading Critically Sayings By William Barclay: Love always involves responsibility, and love always involves sacrifice. And we do not really love Love always involves responsibility, and love always involves sacrifice. And we do not really love Christ unless we are prepared to face His task and to take up His Cross. — William Barclay