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Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Miles Franklin: I don't believe there is a God", I said fiercely, "and if there is, He's I don't believe there is a God", I said fiercely, "and if there is, He's not the merciful being He's always depicted, or He wouldn't be always torturing me for His own amusement. — Miles Franklin
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Why Sports Are Good Sayings By James Dashner: Movement from Brenda grabbed Thomas's attention. He looked to see her drop the knife away Movement from Brenda grabbed Thomas's attention. He looked to see her drop the knife away from Minho and step back, absently wiping the small trace of blood there on her pants. "I really would've killed you, ya know," she said in a slightly scratchy voice. Almost husky. "Charge Jorge again and I'll sever an artery."
Minho wiped at his small wound with his thumb, then looked at the bright red smear. "That's one sharp knife. Makes me like you more. — James Dashner
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Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Mitch Daniels: When they call the slightest spending reductions 'painful', we will say 'If government spending prevents When they call the slightest spending reductions 'painful', we will say 'If government spending prevents pain, why are we suffering so much of it?' And 'If you want to experience real pain, just stay on the track we are on.' — Mitch Daniels
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Why Sports Are Good Sayings By James S.A. Corey: Some things stayed secrets even when you told them. Some things stayed secrets even when you told them. — James S.A. Corey
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Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Tony Kornheiser: When you put yourself out there as an expert and the people you are trying When you put yourself out there as an expert and the people you are trying to attract are people who want to do the very show you are doing, guys standing around, sitting around arguing with each other over sports, if you make a mistake that lights up like a flare in the middle of the night. You've just got to correct that or else they're going to say, 'Well, why do these dopes have that show? I can go out there and be just as good as them.' — Tony Kornheiser
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Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Nina George: We debated, and he offered praise. He always wanted to know how I came up We debated, and he offered praise. He always wanted to know how I came up with things. No one else has ever been so intensely interested in what I think. He never wanted me to be simply "pretty" or "a good girl." His desire was for me to think, to develop internal endurance. He encouraged me in sports, challenged me to think. He helped develop my political sensibility and demanded that I respect people, cultures, and religions. I was never to assume that my truth is the only one that matters. In a sense, the way he brought me up laid the groundwork for how I'm able to see the world. Why — Nina George
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Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Shana Alexander: The rich plankton of pop heroes and pop villains on which we Americans are accustomed The rich plankton of pop heroes and pop villains on which we Americans are accustomed to feed, the daily media soup of sports figures, ax murderers, politicians, and rock singers, the ever-running river of celebs, heavies, and oddballs that we use to spice up our own relatively humdrum lives has of late become a very watery gruel. Where have all the good guys and bad guys gone? Why does everyone out there look so gray? — Shana Alexander
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Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Robert Farrar Capon: Economy is not one of the necessary principles of the universe; it is one of Economy is not one of the necessary principles of the universe; it is one of the jokes which God indulges in precisely because he can afford it. If a man takes it seriously, however, he is doomed forever to a middle-income appreciation of the world. Indeed, only the very poor and the very rich are safe from its idolatry. The poor, because while they must take it seriously, they cannot possibly believe in it as a good, and the rich, because, though they may see it as a good, they cannot possibly take it seriously. For the one it is a bad joke, for the other a good one; but for both it is only part of the divine ludicrousness of creation - of the sensus lusus which lies at the heart of the matter. And that is why all men should hasten to become very poor or very rich - or both at once, like St. Paul, who had nothing and yet possessed all things. The world was made in sport, for sports; economy is worth only a smile. There are more serious things to laugh at. — Robert Farrar Capon
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Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Richard Dawkins: Why did God make tigers so good at catching prey, and at the same time Why did God make tigers so good at catching prey, and at the same time make prey so good at getting away from tigers? You'd think that if God wanted one thing or the other to happen he'd have engineered it rather better. Maybe he enjoyed the spectator sport? — Richard Dawkins
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Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Alice Hoffman: I had never before noticed that rain contained every color within itself, green as the I had never before noticed that rain contained every color within itself, green as the fields, blue as heaven, white as a lamb, yellow as my daughter's hair. — Alice Hoffman
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Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Douglas Brunt: I told him how winning never feels as good as losing feels bad and when I told him how winning never feels as good as losing feels bad and when he asked why, I told him that my wins were for someone else but my losses were all on me. — Douglas Brunt
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Why Sports Are Good Sayings By John Wooden: Why can't we have patience and expect good things to take time? Why can't we have patience and expect good things to take time? — John Wooden
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Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Margaret Clarkson: God is the Lord of human history and of the personal history of every member God is the Lord of human history and of the personal history of every member of His redeemed family. — Margaret Clarkson
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Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Tina Fey: Kay Cannon was a woman I'd known from the Chicago improv world. A beautiful, strong Kay Cannon was a woman I'd known from the Chicago improv world. A beautiful, strong midwestern gal who had played lots of sports and run track in college, Kay had submitted a good writing sample, but I was more impressed by her athlete's approach to the world. She has a can-do attitude, a willingness to learn through practice, and she was comfortable being coached. Her success at the show is a testament to why all parents should make their daughters pursue team sports instead of pageants. Not that Kay couldn't win a beauty pageant - she could, as long as for the talent competition she could sing a karaoke version of 'Redneck Woman' while shooting a Nerf rifle. — Tina Fey
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Why Sports Are Good Sayings By James Best: When I was putting the 'Best of Hollywood' book together, I sat down and added When I was putting the 'Best of Hollywood' book together, I sat down and added up just the list of Westerns I've done, and it came to well over 200. — James Best
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Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Robin Farina: You cannot have that attitude of where I am going to tuck my tail between You cannot have that attitude of where I am going to tuck my tail between my legs and go home. You have to keep going back for more. That's why cycling is a very competitive sport. You have to have determination and drive to train hard and put forth a good effort. — Robin Farina
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Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Drew Magary: I don't know how a culture is going to evolve, but I think the way I don't know how a culture is going to evolve, but I think the way the Internet works now is, people go to the Internet to laugh and have a good time. That's why Tumblr feeds and I Can Has Cheezburger and memes get thrown into the blender with real news and sports news and politics and that stuff. — Drew Magary
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Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Ben Jonson: Come, my Celia, let us prove, While we can, the sports of love, Time will Come, my Celia, let us prove, While we can, the sports of love, Time will not be ours for ever, He, at length, our good will sever; Spend not then his gifts in vain: Suns that set may rise again; But if once we lose this light, 'Tis with us perpetual night. Why should we defer our joys? Fame and rumour are but toys. — Ben Jonson
Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Alexis Arguello: Aside from a handful of guys boxing is missing the good trainers, that's why our Aside from a handful of guys boxing is missing the good trainers, that's why our sport is so in the air now because we don't have people who have the capability to not only train fighters but also train and create decent respectable citizens of the world. — Alexis Arguello
Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Harbhajan Singh: Most of the cricketers are doing side businesses apart from playing the sport, so why Most of the cricketers are doing side businesses apart from playing the sport, so why should I be left behind. I feel there is a lot of money in making films, and since Punjabi cinema is doing good, this is a lucrative option for me. — Harbhajan Singh
Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Anna Sewell: Though I am an old horse, and have seen and heard a great deal, I Though I am an old horse, and have seen and heard a great deal, I never yet could make out why men are so fond of this sport; they often hurt themselves, often spoil good horses, and tear up the fields, and all for a hare, or a fox, or a stag, that they could get more easily some other way; but we are only horses, and don't know. — Anna Sewell
Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Patrick Wolf: I think more about sounds rather than concepts. I think more about sounds rather than concepts. — Patrick Wolf
Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Stella McCartney: I wanted to feel good about the way I looked. I didn't understand why style I wanted to feel good about the way I looked. I didn't understand why style had to be sacrificed for sports technology. I found when going to the gym women were wearing their own tees, without the technology. I started to think, does it make you run faster if you wear that terrible color or sweat less if you wear that horrible fabric? And I challenged it, and the answers were not there to why we were being given poor design work. It was something I wanted to bring to women's wardrobes. — Stella McCartney
Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Noam Chomsky: There is no body of theory or significant body of relevant information, beyond the comprehension There is no body of theory or significant body of relevant information, beyond the comprehension of the layman, which makes policy immune from criticism. — Noam Chomsky
Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Plato: If there is a good and wise God, then there also exists a progress of If there is a good and wise God, then there also exists a progress of humanity toward perfection. — Plato
Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Tahereh Mafi: I will give no one the satisfaction of my death. I will give no one the satisfaction of my death. — Tahereh Mafi
Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Maggie Stiefvater: I'll come back,' she said. 'Do you come back, if you don't go to hell?' I'll come back,' she said. 'Do you come back, if you don't go to hell?'
'No,' I said. 'I believe stay dead.'
'Why are you crying?' she asked me. — Maggie Stiefvater
Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Marion Cotillard: I'm not the kind of person who can do a lot of things at the I'm not the kind of person who can do a lot of things at the same time. — Marion Cotillard
Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Anonymous: That's why signing kids up for piano lessons or sports is so important. It has That's why signing kids up for piano lessons or sports is so important. It has nothing to do with creating a good musician or a five-year-old soccer star," said Heatherton. "When you learn to force yourself to practice for an hour or run fifteen laps, you start building self-regulatory strength. A five-year-old who can follow the ball for ten minutes becomes a sixth grader who can start his homework on time."5.13 — Anonymous
Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Steven Kotler: Every good athlete can find the flow," continues Pastrana, "but it's what you do with Every good athlete can find the flow," continues Pastrana, "but it's what you do with it that makes you great. If you consistently use that state to do the impossible, you get confident in your ability to do the impossible. You begin to expect it. That's why we're seeing so much progression in action sports today. It's the natural result of a whole lot of people starting to expect the impossible. — Steven Kotler
Why Sports Are Good Sayings By Alan W. Watts: Man seems to be unable to live without myth, without the belief that the routine Man seems to be unable to live without myth, without the belief that the routine and drudgery, the pain and fear of this life have some meaning and goal in the future. — Alan W. Watts