The Flip Of A Coin Famous Quotes & Sayings

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The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By J. C. Watts: I think the Republican Party should be a pro-life party. I am pro-life. I do I think the Republican Party should be a pro-life party. I am pro-life. I do not apologize for that. On the flip side of that coin, the Republican Party has been big enough to allow pro-choice advocates to be heard. — J. C. Watts
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The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Heather R. Blair: Silly Felix, hate and love are the flip sides of the same tarnished coin. Silly Felix, hate and love are the flip sides of the same tarnished coin. — Heather R. Blair
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The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Quinn Loftis: I told Tamsin that I didn't believe in happily ever after anymore. I believed my I told Tamsin that I didn't believe in happily ever after anymore. I believed my heart was broken beyond repair and that anyone this broken could not possibly be happy and, therefore, never have a happy ending. I believed Trik was gone, that he had chosen a life of darkness over me. Turns out I was wrong, not about the happy part, but about Trik. He had chosen me. He saved me, or what was left of me. But I have not chosen him. I can't. He is not what I crave and what I crave I cannot have. So I can't choose Trik, and all that is left for me to choose is existence or death. Flip the coin, tails stares back at me. Death it is. ~ Cassie Tate — Quinn Loftis
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The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Ryan McPartlin: I needed the 'Chuck' phase to appreciate the 'Captain Awesome' phase because otherwise I don't I needed the 'Chuck' phase to appreciate the 'Captain Awesome' phase because otherwise I don't think I would have realized the flip side of that coin. I think I needed to see the world through Chuck's eyes before becoming Captain Awesome. — Ryan McPartlin
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The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By John B. Larson: Before Medicare, nearly half of American seniors were forced to go without coverage because insurance Before Medicare, nearly half of American seniors were forced to go without coverage because insurance companies were reluctant to insure them - making the chances of having health insurance as a senior the same as getting tails on a coin flip. — John B. Larson
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The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Ted Hughes: So this was the reverse of dazzling Nauset.The flip of the coin - the flip So this was the reverse of dazzling Nauset.
The flip of the coin - the flip of an ocean fallen
Dream-face down. And here, at my feet, in the suds,
The other face, the real, staring upwards. — Ted Hughes
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The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Cory Lidle: On the days I'm pitching, it's almost a coin flip as to know if the On the days I'm pitching, it's almost a coin flip as to know if the guys behind me are going to be there to play 100%. — Cory Lidle
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The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Victoria Aveyard: Cal's eyes flicker, out to the trees. But he's not looking at the leaves. His Cal's eyes flicker, out to the trees. But he's not looking at the leaves. His gaze is in the past, to something more painful. "She killed my true mother as well. And she'll kill all of us if we let her." The words come out hard and harsh, a rusty blade to saw f lesh. They taste wonderful in my mouth. "Not if I kill her first." For all his talents, Cal is not a violent person. He can kill you in a thousand different ways, lead an army, burn down a village, but he will not enjoy it. So his next words take me by surprise. "When the time comes," he says, staring at me, "we'll flip a coin. — Victoria Aveyard
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The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Glenn Beck: In the Westerville, Ohio, school district, for example, a union contract provision stipulated that a In the Westerville, Ohio, school district, for example, a union contract provision stipulated that a coin flip would be used to determine seniority if two teachers were hired on the same day. One might be a great teacher, the other awful; it makes no difference. That is how much importance unions place on teacher quality. — Glenn Beck
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The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Tom Toles: If you flip a coin 1000 times, eventually it's going to roll away someplace where If you flip a coin 1000 times, eventually it's going to roll away someplace where you can't get it. — Tom Toles
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The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By John Quiggin: In retrospect, the strategy pursued by LTCM can be seen as a variant on the In retrospect, the strategy pursued by LTCM can be seen as a variant on the ancient "martingale" betting strategy. As Slate writer (and mathematician and novelist) Jordan Ellenberg explained, the strategy can be illustrated by betting on a coin: Bet 100 bucks on heads. If you win, you walk away $100 richer. If you lose, no problem; on the next flip, bet $200 on heads, and if you win this time, take your $100 profit and quit. If you lose, you're down $300 on the day; so you double down again and bet $400. The coin can't come up tails forever! Eventually, you've got to win your $100 back. (Ellenberg 2008) — John Quiggin
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The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Emily Browning: I tend to over-analyse things. I'm not the type of person to flip a coin I tend to over-analyse things. I'm not the type of person to flip a coin and let things happen. — Emily Browning
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Mario Van Peebles: We think birth is a miracle and death is a tragedy, but really they're flip We think birth is a miracle and death is a tragedy, but really they're flip sides of the same coin - anything born is gonna die. — Mario Van Peebles
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By T. Colin Campbell: If you flip a coin three times and it lands on heads each time, it's If you flip a coin three times and it lands on heads each time, it's probably chance. If you flip it a hundred times and it lands on heads each time, you can be pretty sure the coin has heads on both sides. That's the concept behind statistical significance - it's the odds that the correlation (or other finding) is real, that it isn't just random chance. — T. Colin Campbell
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Gayle Forman: A truth and its opposite are flip sides of the same coin. A truth and its opposite are flip sides of the same coin. — Gayle Forman
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Nate Silver: For-profit weather forecasters rarely predict exactly a 50 percent chance of rain, which might seem For-profit weather forecasters rarely predict exactly a 50 percent chance of rain, which might seem wishy-washy and indecisive to consumers.41 Instead, they'll flip a coin and round up to 60, or down to 40, even though this makes the forecasts both less accurate and — Nate Silver
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Arnold Rothstein: Flip a coin. When it's in the air, you'll know which side you're hoping for. Flip a coin. When it's in the air, you'll know which side you're hoping for. — Arnold Rothstein
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Cristien Storm: Often people either don't want to, or aren't used to seeing women angry. Not emotional Often people either don't want to, or aren't used to seeing women angry. Not emotional ,not upset, just angry. Not reactionary anger, necessarily, the anger of just being a woman. My anger serves me. It gives me a lot of energy. Sometimes, it hurts, which is the flip side of the same coin. But, I'm happy. I like my life. I like being free to express my rage. — Cristien Storm
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Mary Chapin Carpenter: Think I'll flip a coin, I'm a winner either way Mmmmmm, I feel lucky today Think I'll flip a coin, I'm a winner either way Mmmmmm, I feel lucky today — Mary Chapin Carpenter
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Bob Shacochis: I want you so much, he said with such heart-tugging sincerity that to be fair, I want you so much, he said with such heart-tugging sincerity that to be fair, a translation from Turkish to English would have to flip a coin between "want" and "love. — Bob Shacochis
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Alan Kay: The flip side of the coin was that even good programmers and language designers tended The flip side of the coin was that even good programmers and language designers tended to do terrible extensions when they were in the heat of programming, because design is something that is best done slowly and carefully. — Alan Kay
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By David Eagleman: If you cannot always elicit a straight answer from the unconscious brain, how can you If you cannot always elicit a straight answer from the unconscious brain, how can you access its knowledge? Sometimes the trick is merely to probe what your gut is telling you. So the next time a friend laments that she cannot decide between two options, tell her the easiest way to solve her problem: flip a coin. She should specify which option belongs to heads and which to tails, and then let the coin fly. The important part is to assess her gut feeling after the coin lands. If she feels a subtle sense of relief at being "told" what to do by the coin, that's the right choice for her. If, instead, she concludes that it's ludicrous for her to make a decision based on a coin toss, that will cue her to choose the other option. — David Eagleman
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Russ Lippitt: Having two non-functional parties is not a democracy, it's a losing coin flip. Having two non-functional parties is not a democracy, it's a losing coin flip. — Russ Lippitt
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Donald G. Reinertsen: If we have drifted 10 heads above the zero line in our coin flip experiment, If we have drifted 10 heads above the zero line in our coin flip experiment, what is the probability of getting 10 tails in a row to return us to zero? About 1 in 1,000. — Donald G. Reinertsen
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By David Brooks: I could tell you that when you have trouble making up your mind about something, I could tell you that when you have trouble making up your mind about something, tell yourself you'll settle it by flipping a coin. But don't go by how the coin flips; go by your emotional reaction to the coin flip. Are you happy or sad it came up heads or tails? — David Brooks
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By J.B. Salsbury: If I flip a coin, what are the chances I'll get head? If I flip a coin, what are the chances I'll get head? — J.B. Salsbury
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Anonymous: In Chapter 1, on relativity, I offered some dating advice. I proposed that if you In Chapter 1, on relativity, I offered some dating advice. I proposed that if you want to go bar-hopping, you should consider taking along someone who looks similar to you but who is slightly less attractive than you are. Because of the relative nature of evaluations, others would perceive you not only as cuter than your decoy, but also as better-looking than other people in the bar. By the same logic, I also pointed out that the flip side of this coin is that if someone invites you to be his or her wingman (or wingwoman), you can easily figure out what your friend really thinks of you. — Anonymous
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Terry Pratchett: The flip side of the coin of which Good and Evil are but one side. The flip side of the coin of which Good and Evil are but one side. — Terry Pratchett
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Tim Kring: With the casting in Israel, sometimes there were four or five people, that you could With the casting in Israel, sometimes there were four or five people, that you could just flip a coin and choose from, that would have been all terrific. And seeing all of these fabulous faces that the American audiences are just not used to seeing is really exciting. — Tim Kring
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Sugata Mitra: Learning and teaching are not symmetrical. They are not the flip sides of the same Learning and teaching are not symmetrical. They are not the flip sides of the same coin, in spite of the fact that almost all papers and conversations on education assume they are. The working assumption — Sugata Mitra
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Norman G. Finkelstein: Conversion and zealotry, just like revelation and apostasy, are flip sides of the same coin, Conversion and zealotry, just like revelation and apostasy, are flip sides of the same coin, the currency of a political culture having more in common with religion than rational discourse. — Norman G. Finkelstein
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Justin Kan: My advice is flip a coin. If you regret the way it landed, then go My advice is flip a coin. If you regret the way it landed, then go with your gut. — Justin Kan
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Dmitry Orlov: Suppose someone tells you that he just flipped a coin 10 times and all 10 Suppose someone tells you that he just flipped a coin 10 times and all 10 were heads? What is the probability that the next flip will be heads too? If you think 50%, then you are discounting the very high probability that the game is rigged. And this makes you a sucker. — Dmitry Orlov
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Laurie Nadel: Flip a coin. Life or death. Heads or tails. You never know. Flip a coin. Life or death. Heads or tails. You never know. — Laurie Nadel
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: Everything visible has a flip side, like a coin. Everything visible has a flip side, like a coin. — Sunday Adelaja
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Chelsea M. Cameron: Love and hate are completely different." "Not really. They're the two sides of the same Love and hate are completely different." "Not really. They're the two sides of the same coin. One flip and you can be on the other side before you know it. I'll take either one from you. — Chelsea M. Cameron
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Augusten Burroughs: Somehow, through a flip of the coin, I ended up here. Feeling like somebody at Somehow, through a flip of the coin, I ended up here. Feeling like somebody at the top of the heart-lung transplant recipient list. Damaged but invigorated and fucking lucky. — Augusten Burroughs
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Gary L. Francione: As I discuss in Introduction to Animal Rights: Your Child or the Dog?, we may, As I discuss in Introduction to Animal Rights: Your Child or the Dog?, we may, in the lifeboat or burning-house situation, decide to favor the human over the nonhuman not because death is a lesser harm to the nonhuman, but because we do not know what death means to the nonhuman and we have a better idea what it means to the human. We might, therefore, rely on this - a matter of epistemological limitation on our part and not any empirical claim that death is a lesser harm to humans - as the tie-breaker. We might also flip a coin. We might also decide to choose the nonhuman for some other reason, such as that the human in question is very old and the nonhuman in question is very young. In no case, however, would I think it appropriate to invoke any notion that humans are "higher" animals. — Gary L. Francione
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Laura Lippman: There was no protection, no quota system when it came to luck. It was like There was no protection, no quota system when it came to luck. It was like that moment in math when a child learns that the odds of heads or tails is always one-in-two, no matter how many times one has flipped the coin and gotten heads. Every flip, the odds are the same. Every day, you could be unlucky all over again. — Laura Lippman
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Asa Don Brown: I flip a cognitive coin while reading Dr. Briggs' take on life, theology, science, and I flip a cognitive coin while reading Dr. Briggs' take on life, theology, science, and the conception of human life. — Asa Don Brown
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Dianne Wiest: I had to choose, I'd be so sad. They are flip sides of the same I had to choose, I'd be so sad. They are flip sides of the same coin. I love both comedy and drama. — Dianne Wiest
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Katya G. Cohen: Why is it that we claim to want certainty? Only fools and cowards seek certainty. Why is it that we claim to want certainty? Only fools and cowards seek certainty. Certainty is a dead end; it's a rich old widow living out the rest of her days on the Upper East Side with a little dog and big memories. Unless you are a senior citizen, you'll go nuts after a few weeks of knowing what the rest of your life will bring. You'll die of boredom. But uncertainty is what keeps us alive. It is that flip of a coin, that brief moment when it's in the air or spinning on its side, that snaps us out of our daily stasis. Some invisible Odds Gods are giving you a chance to become better, smarter, richer. What fun it is to get paid if you earned it by the skin of your teeth, by the close call. And how dreadful it is to shoot fish in a barrel. Exposure to uncertainty earns you membership in a select tribe: You are a Padawan mastering the Force. Once the trade is on, once the die has been cast, you're in a parallel, auspicious universe. — Katya G. Cohen
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Christine Kenneally: Here is where it becomes clear that this kind of fine-grained genetic history is the Here is where it becomes clear that this kind of fine-grained genetic history is the flip side of the family-history coin. Although genealogy is not widely valued in academia, it meshes perfectly with, and helps explain, social history. These small stories about individual lives reveal the way that individual choices shape the biology and the history of whole populations. — Christine Kenneally
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Susannah Carson: Othello is about many different kinds of love: it's about the light, beautiful side of Othello is about many different kinds of love: it's about the light, beautiful side of love, and it's about the twisted, darker side of love, and it's about how, if you flip the emotional coin, love can make you do terrible things. (James Earl Jones) — Susannah Carson
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By DaShanne Stokes: You can flip a coin to change its face, but it remains the same coin. You can flip a coin to change its face, but it remains the same coin. — DaShanne Stokes
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Laurel Nakadate: I feel like I'm at a place in my life where I'm really strangely happy, I feel like I'm at a place in my life where I'm really strangely happy, and in awe of how great the world can be, and I think that's because I have gone through periods of looking at the world through a really melancholy lenses. It's all just flip sides of the same coin. — Laurel Nakadate
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By E.C. Myers: We're deciding the fate of the multiverse with a flip of a coin. Heads or We're deciding the fate of the multiverse with a flip of a coin. Heads or tails, doc. If that isn't a game, I don't know what is. — E.C. Myers
The Flip Of A Coin Sayings By Peter Lynch: Absent a lot of surprises, stocks are relatively predictable over twenty years. As to whether Absent a lot of surprises, stocks are relatively predictable over twenty years. As to whether they're going to be higher or lower in two to three years, you might as well flip a coin to decide. — Peter Lynch