Voyeurs Famous Quotes & Sayings

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21 Voyeurs Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Voyeurs Sayings By Scott Parker: Personally I believe sometimes ugly things happen to good people and sometimes good people do Personally I believe sometimes ugly things happen to good people and sometimes good people do awful things. — Scott Parker
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Voyeurs Sayings By Paul Fleischman: Radio listeners are voyeurs: lurking, invisible, eavesdropping. Radio listeners are voyeurs: lurking, invisible, eavesdropping. — Paul Fleischman
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Voyeurs Sayings By Sontag, Susan: Perhaps the only people with the right to look at images of suffering of this Perhaps the only people with the right to look at images of suffering of this extreme order are those who could do something to alleviate it - say, the surgeons at the military hospital where the photograph was taken - or those who could learn from it. The rest of us are voyeurs, whether or not we mean to be. — Sontag, Susan
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Voyeurs Sayings By Ian Tregillis: Terrifying: Jax remembered what had happened to the last Clakker to say no. They'd broken Terrifying: Jax remembered what had happened to the last Clakker to say no. They'd broken his legs, and filled his mouth with glue, and tossed him into the hellish forges of the Clockmakers' Guild. The humans had destroyed the rogue Clakker Adam, who'd been born Perjumbellagostriavantus, and made a public spectacle of it. Practically declared a citywide holiday. They had called him rogue and demon-thrall, melted his body to an alchemical slurry, and incinerated his hard-won soul until there was nothing left of it but a shiver in the spines of the human voyeurs.
Rogue. That's what they'd call Jax too, if they caught him. They'd condemn, damn, torture, and melt him. — Ian Tregillis
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Voyeurs Sayings By Joan D. Vinge: All medical men are voyeurs. Why else would they become doctors? Except for the sadists, All medical men are voyeurs. Why else would they become doctors? Except for the sadists, of course, who simply enjoy the blood and the pain. — Joan D. Vinge
Voyeurs Sayings By Brassai: We photographers are nothing but a pack of crooks, thieves and voyeurs. We are to We photographers are nothing but a pack of crooks, thieves and voyeurs. We are to be found everywhere we are not wanted; we betray secrets that were never entrusted to us; we spy shamelessly on things that are not our business; And end up the hoarders of a vast quantity of stolen goods. — Brassai
Voyeurs Sayings By Wendy Higgins: Are the guardian angels always with them?" I asked, still watching it."Yup. They're with their Are the guardian angels always with them?" I asked, still watching it.
"Yup. They're with their humans when they visit the loo..even when they're having sex."
I closed my eyes and shook my head. "You just had to go there."
"You asked. And don't worry. They're way too pure and obedient to be voyeurs. — Wendy Higgins
Voyeurs Sayings By Hunter S. Thompson: That's where Time magazine lives ... way out there on the puzzled, masturbating edge, peering That's where Time magazine lives ... way out there on the puzzled, masturbating edge, peering through the keyhole and selling what they see to the big wide world of Chamber of Commerce voyeurs who support the public prints. — Hunter S. Thompson
Voyeurs Sayings By Ljupka Cvetanova: Voyeurs have an open window on the world. Voyeurs have an open window on the world. — Ljupka Cvetanova
Voyeurs Sayings By The Stationery Office: Come one, come all! Welcome to the world's greatest entertainment since the fall of Rome. Come one, come all! Welcome to the world's greatest entertainment since the fall of Rome. Life, death, victims, voyeurs. The best of society, the lowest of plebians. And to keep it all extremely interesting, today's patrons could very easily be tomorrow's entertainment. All compliments of the ultimate showman - Fate. All that's missing is the coliseum. — The Stationery Office
Voyeurs Sayings By Skye Warren: Psychologists were such voyeurs. They got off on true-life confessions, and then expected us to Psychologists were such voyeurs. They got off on true-life confessions, and then expected us to trust them. Not likely. Grabbing — Skye Warren
Voyeurs Sayings By Momus: God is a tender pervert, and the angels are voyeurs. God is a tender pervert, and the angels are voyeurs. — Momus
Voyeurs Sayings By Nicos Hadjicostis: Some even "peek through" their computer screens to see themselves on FB as others see Some even "peek through" their computer screens to see themselves on FB as others see them, in order to be sure of who they really are. In effect, they have become self-voyeurs! — Nicos Hadjicostis
Voyeurs Sayings By Alan Rickman: The audience should feel like voyeurs. Their response is absolutely crucial. The audience should feel like voyeurs. Their response is absolutely crucial. — Alan Rickman
Voyeurs Sayings By Carole Radziwill: Tragedy whores don't feel the foundation break apart beneath their feet - the reeling blast Tragedy whores don't feel the foundation break apart beneath their feet - the reeling blast of emptiness, though to watch them you might think so. They're voyeurs. They feed like coffin flies on drama, embroiled in virtual grief and the illusion of heartbreak. They all have stories they want to tell, insist on telling, proclaiming their link to tragedy. Emotional rubberneckers. — Carole Radziwill
Voyeurs Sayings By Lisa Scottoline: Celebrities are our heroes and heroines now, discussed the next day over latte or lunch. Celebrities are our heroes and heroines now, discussed the next day over latte or lunch. We have such a strong need to talk to each other, to have some commonality of story, that we're finding it in celebrities. In effect, we're turning reality into fiction. Using actors and actresses, just off duty. And how is this working for us? Not great. It leaves us with a perennially empty feeling. We find the celebrities empty, and at some level, we find ourselves empty for paying them so much attention. We've become reluctant voyeurs, and at some level, we know they're just people trying to live their lives. Our culture begins to lack content, depth, and substance. We miss the richness of human experience that story embodies, reflects, and carries forward. We might have to go back to reading books. Yay! — Lisa Scottoline
Voyeurs Sayings By David Lynch: I'm convinced we all are voyeurs. It's part of the detective thing. We want to I'm convinced we all are voyeurs. It's part of the detective thing. We want to know secrets and we want to know what goes on behind those windows. And not in a way that we would use to hurt anyone. There's an entertainment value to it, but at the same time we want to know: What do humans do? Do they do the same things as I do? It's a gaining of some sort of knowledge, I think. — David Lynch
Voyeurs Sayings By Gay Talese: Most journalists are restless voyeurs who see the warts on the world, the imperfections in Most journalists are restless voyeurs who see the warts on the world, the imperfections in people and places ... gloom is their game, the spectacle their passion, normality their nemesis. — Gay Talese
Voyeurs Sayings By Bauvard: Neighbors are the most indecent sort of folk around. Nothing but voyeurs and gossipers. As Neighbors are the most indecent sort of folk around. Nothing but voyeurs and gossipers. As a community we would be much better off without them. — Bauvard
Voyeurs Sayings By James Dobson: Communities do not let prostitutes, pedophiles, voyeurs, adulterers, and those who sexually prefer animals to Communities do not let prostitutes, pedophiles, voyeurs, adulterers, and those who sexually prefer animals to publicly celebrate their lifestyles, so why should homosexuals get such privileges? — James Dobson
Voyeurs Sayings By Margaret Atwood: Walter turned on the radio: electric violins wailing, twisted romance, the four-square beat of heartbreak. Walter turned on the radio: electric violins wailing, twisted romance, the four-square beat of heartbreak. Trite suffering, but suffering nonetheless. The entertainment business. What voyeurs we have all become. — Margaret Atwood