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57 Stupid Public Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Stupid Public Sayings By Alexander Viets Griswold: Yet another video has emerged of MIT professor and Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber calling Americans Yet another video has emerged of MIT professor and Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber calling Americans 'stupid,' and bragging about how the Affordable Care Act's drafters had to deceive the public in order to pass the law. — Alexander Viets Griswold
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Stupid Public Sayings By Geoffrey Willans: It hapens very often that parents think they are worred about the progress a boy It hapens very often that parents think they are worred about the progress a boy is making. they do not realise that all boys are numskulls with o branes which is not surprising when you look at the parents really the whole thing goes on and on and there is no stoping it it is a vicious circle. — Geoffrey Willans
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Stupid Public Sayings By Michael Hastings: Janet Malcolm had famously described journalism as the art of seduction and betrayal. Any reporter Janet Malcolm had famously described journalism as the art of seduction and betrayal. Any reporter who didn't see journalism as "morally indefensible" was either "too stupid" or "too full of himself," she wrote. I disagreed. Without shutting the door on the possibility that I was both stupid and full of myself, I'd never bought into the seduction and betrayal conceit. At most, journalism - particularly when writing about media-hungry public figures - was like the seduction of a prostitute. The relationship was transactional. They weren't talking to me because they liked me or because I impressed them; they were talking to me because they wanted the cover of Rolling Stone. — Michael Hastings
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Stupid Public Sayings By Steven Pinker: This mindset, known as loss aversion, the sunk-cost fallacy, and throwing good money after bad, This mindset, known as loss aversion, the sunk-cost fallacy, and throwing good money after bad, is patently irrational, but it is surprisingly pervasive in human decision-making.65 People stay in an abusive marriage because of the years they have already put into it, or sit through a bad movie because they have already paid for the ticket, or try to reverse a gambling loss by doubling their next bet, or pour money into a boondoggle because they've already poured so much money into it. Though psychologists don't fully understand why people are suckers for sunk costs, a common explanation is that it signals a public commitment. The person is announcing: "When I make a decision, I'm not so weak, stupid, or indecisive that I can be easily talked out of it." In a contest of resolve like an attrition game, loss aversion could serve as a costly and hence credible signal that the contestant is not about to concede, preempting his opponent's strategy of outlasting him just one more round. — Steven Pinker
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Stupid Public Sayings By Terry Goodkind: People are stupid. They will believe a lie because they want to believe it's true, People are stupid. They will believe a lie because they want to believe it's true, or because they are afraid it might be true. — Terry Goodkind
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Stupid Public Sayings By Gustave Flaubert: Better to work for one's self alone. The public is so stupid. Who reads? And Better to work for one's self alone. The public is so stupid. Who reads? And what do they read?
And what do they admire? Ah, blessed peaceful times of the past, blessed eras of powdered wigs! You lived with complete assurance, poised on your high heels, twirling your silver-headed canes! Beneath us the earth is trembling. Where can we place our fulcrum, even admitting that we possess the lever? The thing we all lack is not style, nor that dexterity of finger and bow known as talent. We have a large orchestra, a rich palette, a variety of resources. We know many more tricks and dodges, probably, than were ever known before. No; what we lack is the intrinsic principle, the soul of the thing, the very idea of the subject.We take notes, we make journeys: emptiness! Emptiness! We become scholars, archaeologists, historians, doctors, cobblers, connoisseurs. What good is all that? Where is the heart, the verve, the sap? Where to start out from? Where to go to? — Gustave Flaubert
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Stupid Public Sayings By George Stephanopoulos: The Clinton paradox: How could a president so intelligent, so compassionate, so public-spirited and so The Clinton paradox: How could a president so intelligent, so compassionate, so public-spirited and so conscious of his place in history act in such a stupid, selfish and self-destructive manner? — George Stephanopoulos
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Stupid Public Sayings By Roland Joffe: I'm not a very serious person. You know how they say that clowns are very I'm not a very serious person. You know how they say that clowns are very funny in public and are really sad at home? I'm really kind of stupid at home and more serious in public. — Roland Joffe
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Stupid Public Sayings By Molly Harper: If one is going to spend her afternoon singing hymns to the great porcelain goddess, If one is going to spend her afternoon singing hymns to the great porcelain goddess, she might as well do it in a really plush ladies room. Stupid fear of public speaking. — Molly Harper
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Stupid Public Sayings By Harper Lee: Thomas Jefferson once said that all men are created equal ( ... ). There is Thomas Jefferson once said that all men are created equal ( ... ). There is a tendency ( ... ) for certain people to use this phrase out of context, to satisfy all conditions. The most ridiculous example I can think of is that the people who run public education promote the stupid and idle along with the industrious-because all men are created equal, educators will gravely tell you, the children left behind suffer terrible feelings of inferiority. We know all men are not created equal in the sense some people would have us believe-some people are smarter than others, some people have more opportunity because they're born with it, some men make more money than others, some ladies make better cakes than others-some people are born gifted beyond the normal scope of most men. — Harper Lee
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Stupid Public Sayings By Raymond Chandler: Its big men are mostly little men with fancy offices and a lot of money. Its big men are mostly little men with fancy offices and a lot of money. A great many of them are stupid little men, with reach-me-down brains, small-town arrogance and a sort of animal knack of smelling out the taste of the stupidest part of the public. They have played in luck so long that they have come to mistake luck for enlightenment. - on Hollywood — Raymond Chandler
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Stupid Public Sayings By Suzanne Collins: But collective thinking is usually short-lived. We're fickle, stupid beings with poor memories and a But collective thinking is usually short-lived. We're fickle, stupid beings with poor memories and a great gift for self-destruction. — Suzanne Collins
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Stupid Public Sayings By Mark Twain: When I was 17, my father was so stupid, I didn't want to be seen When I was 17, my father was so stupid, I didn't want to be seen with him in public. When I was 24, I was amazed at how much the old man had learned in just 7 years. — Mark Twain
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Stupid Public Sayings By Austin Kleon: Amateurs are not afraid to make mistakes or look ridiculous in public. They're in love, Amateurs are not afraid to make mistakes or look ridiculous in public. They're in love, so they don't hesitate to do work that others think of as silly or just plain stupid. — Austin Kleon
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Stupid Public Sayings By H.G.Wells: Modern war, modern international hostility is, I believe, possible only through the stupid illiteracy of Modern war, modern international hostility is, I believe, possible only through the stupid illiteracy of the mass of men and the conceit and intellectual indolence of rulers and those who feed the public mind. — H.G.Wells
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Stupid Public Sayings By Gillian Flynn: My parents have always worried that I'd take Amy too personally - they always tell My parents have always worried that I'd take Amy too personally - they always tell not to read too much into her, And yet I can't fail to notice that whenever I screw something up, Amy does it right: When I finally quit violin at age twelve, Amy was revealed as a prodigy in the next book. ("Sheesh, violin can be hard work, but handwork is the only way to get better!") When I blew off the junior championship at age sixteen to do a beach weekend with friends, Amy recommitted to the game. ("Sheesh, I know it's fun to spend time with friends, but I'd be letting myself and everyone else down if I didn't show up for the tournament.") This used to drive me mad, but after I wend off to Harvard (and Amy correct those my parents' alma mater), I decided it was all too ridiculous to think about. That my parents, two child psychologists, chose this particular public form of passive-aggressiveness toward their child was not just fucked up but also stupid and weird and kind of hilarious. — Gillian Flynn
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Stupid Public Sayings By Pete Waterman: The public are not stupid. The public are not stupid. — Pete Waterman
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Stupid Public Sayings By Chuck Palahniuk: More and more, for the stupid little kid, that was the idea . . .That More and more, for the stupid little kid, that was the idea . . .
That if enough people looked at you, you'd never need anybody's attention ever again.
That if someday you were caught, exposed, and revealed enough, then you'd never be able to hide again. There'd be no difference between your public and your private lives.
That if you could acquire enough, accomplish enough, you'd never want to own or do another thing.
That if you could eat or sleep enough, you'd never need more.
That if enough people loved you, you'd stop needing love.
That you could ever be smart enough.
That you could someday get enough sex.
These all became the little boy's new goals. The illusions he'd have for the rest of his life. These were all the promises he saw in the fat man's smile — Chuck Palahniuk
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Stupid Public Sayings By Andrew James Pritchard: Anoop had obviously worked quite hard to earn the money to buy that glitzy little Anoop had obviously worked quite hard to earn the money to buy that glitzy little bracelet. He certainly had enough calluses and deep scars on his hands and fingers to show for all his labour, as each was obtained while trying to support his family in the style they were accustom to. Nonetheless she frequently called him a lazy alcoholic, just because he was temporarily out of work, and then left the stupid bracelet out in public as if it were simply a cheap and silly trinket. — Andrew James Pritchard
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Stupid Public Sayings By Zara Phillips: It's stupid to say that I don't like being in the public eye, but I It's stupid to say that I don't like being in the public eye, but I don't like doing stuff that's not needed. — Zara Phillips
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Stupid Public Sayings By Natsuki Takaya: Kyo Sohma: One of these days I'll make you say you're sorry Yuki Sohma: looking Kyo Sohma: One of these days I'll make you say you're sorry
Yuki Sohma: looking bored I'm sorry.
Kyo Sohma: Dammit That's not what I meant Don't you have any shame
Yuki Sohma: still looking annoyed Yes I'm ashamed to be seen with you shouting in public.
Kyo Sohma: Oh that's it We're taking this outside
Yuki Sohma: still looking annoyed We ARE outside you stupid cat. — Natsuki Takaya
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Stupid Public Sayings By Christopher Hitchens: Our Christian enthusiasts are evidently too stupid, as well as too insecure, to appreciate this. Our Christian enthusiasts are evidently too stupid, as well as too insecure, to appreciate this. A revealing mark of their insecurity is their rage when public places are not annually given over to religious symbolism, and now, their fresh rage when palaces of private consumption do not follow suit. — Christopher Hitchens
Stupid Public Sayings By Charles P. Pierce: This is yet another product of the immensely stupid notion of privatizing the proper functions This is yet another product of the immensely stupid notion of privatizing the proper functions of government, which is based on the colossally stupid notion that private industry is more honest and more efficient than the public sector, which is itself based on the transcendentally stupid decision by too many states that it is better to light their balls on fire than raise taxes in order to pay for anything anywhere at any time. — Charles P. Pierce
Stupid Public Sayings By Jeremy Rifkin: The industry's not stupid. The industry knows that if those foods are labeled 'genetically engineered', The industry's not stupid. The industry knows that if those foods are labeled 'genetically engineered', the public will shy away and won't take them. — Jeremy Rifkin
Stupid Public Sayings By Oscar Wilde: The public make use of the classics of a country as a means of checking The public make use of the classics of a country as a means of checking the progress of Art. They degrade the classics into authorities ... A fresh mode of Beauty is absolutely distasteful to them, and whenever it appears they get so angry and bewildered that they always use two stupid expressions
one is that the work of art is grossly unintelligible; the other, that the work of art is grossly immoral. What they mean by these words seems to me to be this. When they say a work is grossly unintelligible, they mean that the artist has said or made a beautiful thing that is new; when they describe a work as grossly immoral, they mean that the artist has said or made a beautiful thing that is true. — Oscar Wilde
Stupid Public Sayings By Penn Jillette: Having a Hummer is stupid. It's stupid to waste that much gas. It's stupid to Having a Hummer is stupid. It's stupid to waste that much gas. It's stupid to waste that much money on gas. It's stupid to parade your insecurities on public roads. Hummers are stupid-looking. — Penn Jillette
Stupid Public Sayings By Thomas L. Friedman: In May 2012 - a year after the Arab awakening erupted - the United States In May 2012 - a year after the Arab awakening erupted - the United States made two financial commitments to the Arab world that each began with the numbers 1 and 3. The U.S. gave Egypt's military regime $1.3 billion worth of tanks and fighter jets. It also gave Lebanese public school students a $13.5 million merit-based college scholarship program, putting 117 Lebanese kids through local American-style colleges that promote tolerance, gender and social equality, and critical thinking. Having visited both countries at that time, I noted in a column that the $13.5 million in full scholarships bought the Lebanese more capacity and America more friendship and stability than the $1.3 billion in tanks and fighter jets ever would. So how about we stop being stupid? — Thomas L. Friedman
Stupid Public Sayings By Aaron Rodgers: When you have success on the field, you're more popular and you have that fame When you have success on the field, you're more popular and you have that fame that comes with it. You realize you're in the public eye more and you've got to be a little bit more careful about some of the things you're doing out in public and make sure you're smart about the things you say. You're still going to make mistakes from time to time, but you represent an even greater population and people are that much more looking for you to be in the wrong place at the wrong time or fall down or say something really stupid that's going to get you in trouble. — Aaron Rodgers
Stupid Public Sayings By Henry Hazlitt: The analysis of our illustrations has taught us another incidental lesson. This is that, when The analysis of our illustrations has taught us another incidental lesson. This is that, when we study the effects of various proposals, not merely on special groups in the short run, but on all groups in the long run, the conclusions we arrive at usually correspond with those of unsophisticated common sense. It would not occur to anyone unacquainted with the prevailing economic half-literacy that it is good to have windows broken and cities destroyed; that it is anything but waste to create needless public projects; that it is dangerous to let idle hordes of men return to work; that machines which increase the production of wealth and economize human effort are to be dreaded; that obstructions to free production and free consumption increase wealth; that a nation grows richer by forcing other nations to take its goods for less than they cost to produce; that saving is stupid or wicked and that squandering brings prosperity. — Henry Hazlitt
Stupid Public Sayings By Dave Barry: Sometimes you panic and find yourself emitting remarks so profoundly inane that you would be Sometimes you panic and find yourself emitting remarks so profoundly inane that you would be embarrassed to say them to your dog. Your dog would look at you and think to itself, 'I may lick myself in public, but I'd never say anything as stupid as that.' — Dave Barry
Stupid Public Sayings By Jane Swisshelm: I had gone into the hospital with the stupid notion that its primary object was I had gone into the hospital with the stupid notion that its primary object was the care and comfort of the sick and wounded. It was long after that I learned that a vast majority of all benevolent institutions are gotten up to gratify the aesthetic tastes of the public; exhibit the wealth and generosity of the founders, and furnish places for officers. The beneficiaries of the institutions are simply an apology for their existence, and having furnished that apology, the less said about them the better. — Jane Swisshelm
Stupid Public Sayings By Jacques Vallee: Skeptics, who flatly deny the existence of any unexplained phenomenon in the name of 'rationalism,' Skeptics, who flatly deny the existence of any unexplained phenomenon in the name of 'rationalism,' are among the primary contributors to the rejection of science by the public. People are not stupid and they know very well when they have seen something out of the ordinary. When a so-called expert tells them the object must have been the moon or a mirage, he is really teaching the public that science is impotent or unwilling to pursue the study of the unknown. — Jacques Vallee
Stupid Public Sayings By Hunter S. Thompson: Anybody who thinks that 'it doesn't matter who's President' has never been Drafted and sent Anybody who thinks that 'it doesn't matter who's President' has never been Drafted and sent off to fight and die in a vicious, stupid war on the other side of the world
or been beaten and gassed by Police for trespassing on public property
or been hounded by the IRS for purely political reasons
or locked up in the Cook County Jail with a broken nose and no phone access and twelve perverts wanting to stomp your ass in the shower. That is when it matters who is President or Governor or Police Chief. That is when you will wish you had voted. — Hunter S. Thompson
Stupid Public Sayings By William Hazlitt: There is not a more mean, stupid, dastardly, pitiless, selfish, spiteful, envious, ungrateful animal than There is not a more mean, stupid, dastardly, pitiless, selfish, spiteful, envious, ungrateful animal than the Public. It is the greatest of cowards, for it is afraid of itself. — William Hazlitt
Stupid Public Sayings By Daniel M. Gilbert: We live in a world in which people are censured, demoted, imprisoned, beheaded, simply because We live in a world in which people are censured, demoted, imprisoned, beheaded, simply because they have opened their mouths, flapped their lips, and vibrated some air. Yes, those vibrations can make us feel sad or stupid or alienated. Tough shit. That's the price of admission to the marketplace of ideas. Hateful, blasphemous, prejudiced, vulgar, rude, or ignorant remarks are the music of a free society, and the relentless patter of idiots is how we know we're in one. When all the words in our public conversation are fair, good, and true, it's time to make a run for the fence. — Daniel M. Gilbert
Stupid Public Sayings By Mark S. Weiner: Yet, whatever form it takes, the belief that individual freedom exists only when the state Yet, whatever form it takes, the belief that individual freedom exists only when the state is frail misunderstands the source of liberty. The state can be more or less effective in the pursuit of its goals - it can be stupid or smart - and it can be used for illiberal, totalitarian ends. But ultimately a healthy state dedicated to the public interest makes individual freedom possible. This is the paradox of individualism. The individual freedom that citizens of liberal societies rightly cherish, even our very concept of the individual, is impossible without a robust state. Modern individualism depends on the existence of vigorous and effective government dedicated to the public interest, to policies that a majority of citizens would support without regard to their particular position in society at any given moment. It depends as well on the willingness of individual citizens to imagine themselves as members of a common public whose interests the state regularly vindicates. — Mark S. Weiner
Stupid Public Sayings By Brian Eno: I think it's a myth that American public or any other public is so stupid I think it's a myth that American public or any other public is so stupid that they need to be constantly pricked. — Brian Eno
Stupid Public Sayings By Kool Keith: I drop styles on ears ... the public bite 'em.Not many went to school, so I drop styles on ears ... the public bite 'em.
Not many went to school, so the dummies wouldn't write 'em.
They say, "Yo Keith! You're Kool, you usin' big words!"
I went to college, I'm even more stupid, herb. — Kool Keith
Stupid Public Sayings By Gustave Flaubert: Better to work for yourself alone. You do as you like and follow your own Better to work for yourself alone. You do as you like and follow your own ideas, you admire yourself and please yourself: isn't that the main thing? And then the public is so stupid. Besides, who reads? And what do they read? And what do they admire? — Gustave Flaubert
Stupid Public Sayings By Sebastian Junger: War. The ultimate betrayal of tribe isn't acting competitively - that should be encouraged - War. The ultimate betrayal of tribe isn't acting competitively - that should be encouraged - but predicating your power on the excommunication of others from the group. That is exactly what politicians of both parties try to do when they spew venomous rhetoric about their rivals. That is exactly what media figures do when they go beyond criticism of their fellow citizens and openly revile them. Reviling people you share a combat outpost with is an incredibly stupid thing to do, and public figures who imagine their nation isn't, potentially, one huge combat outpost are deluding themselves. In — Sebastian Junger
Stupid Public Sayings By John Green: Public education does not exist for the benefit of students or the benefit of their Public education does not exist for the benefit of students or the benefit of their parents. It exists for the benefit of the social order.
We have discovered as a species that it is useful to have an educated population. You do not need to be a student or have a child who is a student to benefit from public education. Every second of every day of your life, you benefit from public education.
So let me explain why I like to pay taxes for schools, even though I don't personally have a kid in school: It's because I don't like living in a country with a bunch of stupid people. — John Green
Stupid Public Sayings By Philip Schultz: Harrington never worked in a place like this, a system where 'underbudgeting' is designed to Harrington never worked in a place like this, a system where 'underbudgeting' is designed to arbitrarily keep costs down while acting as a defense against public attack. The city and state thus appear magnanimous, politicians fair-minded regulators of the public good . . . until the closed cases lead to starvation, child abuse and suicides at rates so great they arouse the public's conscience. Then it all starts again - bigger budgets, closer supervision, more MSW programs . . . while the poor are blamed because according to our Puritan tradition of self-reliance those too weak or stupid to contribute get pushed aside, deserve not to survive — Philip Schultz
Stupid Public Sayings By Jack Nicholson: Believe it or not, I supported Richard Nixon on the issue of presidential privilege. How Believe it or not, I supported Richard Nixon on the issue of presidential privilege. How could anyone conceive of being the president of the United States and think that every single thing that you say or do can become a part of the public record? It just seems so stupid to me. — Jack Nicholson
Stupid Public Sayings By Rita Ora: The public's not stupid. The public's not stupid. — Rita Ora
Stupid Public Sayings By Orson Scott Card: A good working definition of fanaticism is that you are so convinced of your views A good working definition of fanaticism is that you are so convinced of your views and policies that you are sure that anyone who opposed them must be either stupid and decieved or have some ulterior motive. We are today a nation where almost everyone in the public eye displays fanaticism with every utterance. — Orson Scott Card
Stupid Public Sayings By Mark Powell: Scientists blame the audience for being too stupid, shallow, or lazy to understand. There has Scientists blame the audience for being too stupid, shallow, or lazy to understand. There has been a fascinating debate in the blogosphere lately about communicating science to the public, and it's clear that most scientists just don't get it. They can't be bothered to talk to real people. Nobody will care about your issues if the price they have to pay is listening to a long lecture from Morton the science bug. — Mark Powell
Stupid Public Sayings By Freeman Tilden: ...you sometimes note an impatience on the part of a specialist that the public does ...you sometimes note an impatience on the part of a specialist that the public does not show sufficient interest in his assemblage of information as such. He is likely to conclude that the average person is somewhat stupid. The opposite is true. It is a sign of native intelligence on the part of any person not to clutter his mind with indigestibles. — Freeman Tilden
Stupid Public Sayings By Dean Koontz: In the film industry, especially in the TV branch, there is a widespread contempt for In the film industry, especially in the TV branch, there is a widespread contempt for the viewing public, which explains why the great majority of films are boring and stupid. — Dean Koontz
Stupid Public Sayings By John Hirsch: This is an extremely foolish and stupid and idiotic kind of attitude - to expect This is an extremely foolish and stupid and idiotic kind of attitude - to expect theatres to make money. Do the public schools make money? Do libraries make money? Does the zoo make money? D o the sewers make money? It's a community service. — John Hirsch
Stupid Public Sayings By Douglas Coupland: TV and the Internet are good because they keep stupid people from spending too much TV and the Internet are good because they keep stupid people from spending too much time out in public. — Douglas Coupland
Stupid Public Sayings By Scott Douglas: Plenty of patrons had asked me strange things, but this was the first who asked Plenty of patrons had asked me strange things, but this was the first who asked me where my car was parked. It was almost comical to look at the man, because he actually thought I was going to tell him. I struggled to come up with a reply, but the best I could muster was, "That's personal." What I meant to say was, "Sir, the fact that I work in a public library doesn't make me stupid, it just makes me poor. There's no way I'm going to tell you - a psychotic person who could very well have a knife in his pocket - where I have parked my car. — Scott Douglas
Stupid Public Sayings By Bikram Choudhury: When President Ronald Reagan asked me a stupid question once, I called him an idiot When President Ronald Reagan asked me a stupid question once, I called him an idiot in public! I thought I was going to be arrested, but he laughed and appreciated me. — Bikram Choudhury
Stupid Public Sayings By Robert A. Heinlein: On two subjects the overwhelming majority of people regarded their own opinions as Absolute Truth, On two subjects the overwhelming majority of people regarded their own opinions as Absolute Truth, and sincerely believed that anyone who disagreed with them was immoral, outrageous, sinful, sacrilegious, offensive, intolerable, stupid, illogical, treasonable, actionable, against the public interest, ridiculous, and obscene. The two subjects were (of course) sex and religion. — Robert A. Heinlein
Stupid Public Sayings By Mary Gaitskill: When I was writing 'Bad Behavior,' I was very, very quiet. I would just sit When I was writing 'Bad Behavior,' I was very, very quiet. I would just sit there and listen to people. And if I was out in public, I was usually quiet, and people tended to assume I was stupid because I was a young, pretty girl who's quiet. — Mary Gaitskill
Stupid Public Sayings By Kathy Reichs: That's just stupid, Tory! Quit being so damn stubborn!""Not a chance! You've got some kind That's just stupid, Tory! Quit being so damn stubborn!"
"Not a chance! You've got some kind of death wish! We can't even trust our power lately. They're too erratic for a public heist."
Ben thumped the steering wheel in frustration. "Maybe for you."
I glowered at Ben from the backseat. I'd given Hi shotgun, having sensed this argument was inevitable. I didn't want to be close. The urge to slap might become overpowering.
"Why don't we all use our friendly words?" Hi suggested. "Let's take five, and everyone can say something we like about each other. I'll start. Shelton, you're super at - "
"Shut up, Hi!" Ben and I shouted, the first thing we'd agreed upon all morning. — Kathy Reichs
Stupid Public Sayings By Nicolas Chamfort: Public opinion reigns in society because stupidity reigns amongst the stupid. Public opinion reigns in society because stupidity reigns amongst the stupid. — Nicolas Chamfort
Stupid Public Sayings By Rodney Dangerfield: Boy is my wife stupid. It takes her and hour and a half to watch Boy is my wife stupid. It takes her and hour and a half to watch 60 minutes. My daughters no bargain either. In public school she was voted most likely to conceive. — Rodney Dangerfield