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Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Raymond Chandler: My opinion means nothing. It happens every day. The most unlikely people commit the most My opinion means nothing. It happens every day. The most unlikely people commit the most unlikely crimes. Nice old ladies poison whole families. Clean-cut kids commit multiple holdups and shootings. Bank managers with spotless records going back twenty years are found out to be long-term embezzlers. And successful and popular and supposedly happy novelists get drunk and put their wives in the hospital. We know damn little about what makes even our best friends tick. — Raymond Chandler
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Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Chogyam Trungpa: If you are a warrior, decency means that you are not cheating anybody at all. If you are a warrior, decency means that you are not cheating anybody at all. You are not even about to cheat anybody. There is a sense of straightforwardness and simplicity. With setting-sun vision, or vision based on cowardice, straightforwardness is always a problem. If people have some story or news to tell somebody else, first of all they are either excited or disappointed. Then they begin to figure out how to tell their news. They develop a plan, which leads them completely away from simply telling it. By the time a person hears the news, it is not news at all, but opinion. It becomes a message of some kind, rather than fresh, straightforward news. Decency is the absence of strategy. It is of utmost importance to realize that the warrior's approach should be simple-minded sometimes, very simple and straightforward. That makes it very beautiful: you having nothing up your sleeve; therefore a sense of genuineness comes through. That is decency. — Chogyam Trungpa
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Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Charlotte Bronte: That to begin with; let respect be the foundation, affection the first floor, love the That to begin with; let respect be the foundation, affection the first floor, love the superstructure. — Charlotte Bronte
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Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Patrice O'Neal: The case is I talk for a living, so I should be able to say The case is I talk for a living, so I should be able to say anything I want to say regardless of how you feel. What we're starting to deal with now is your opinion matters, but to be quite honest, your opinion means nothing. — Patrice O'Neal
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Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By John Sayles: Assumptions allow the best in life to pass you by. Assumptions allow the best in life to pass you by. — John Sayles
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Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Claude Bernard: It has often been said that, to make discoveries, one must be ignorant. This opinion, It has often been said that, to make discoveries, one must be ignorant. This opinion, mistaken in itself, nevertheless conceals a truth. It means that it is better to know nothing than to keep in mind fixed ideas based on theories whose confirmation we constantly seek, neglecting meanwhile everything that fails to agree with them. — Claude Bernard
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Saint Teresa Of Avila: Mental prayer in my opinion is nothing else than an intimate sharing between friends; it Mental prayer in my opinion is nothing else than an intimate sharing between friends; it means taking time frequently to be alone with Him who we know loves us. The important thing is not to think much but to love much and so do that which best stirs you to love. Love is not great delight but desire to please God in everything. — Saint Teresa Of Avila
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Liane Moriarty: Women are like the Olympic athletes of grudges. Women are like the Olympic athletes of grudges. — Liane Moriarty
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Thomas Merton: For every gain in deep certitude there is a corresponding growth of superficial "doubt." This For every gain in deep certitude there is a corresponding growth of superficial "doubt." This doubt is by no means opposed to genuine faith, but it mercilessly examines and questions the spurious "faith" of everyday life, the human faith which is nothing but the passive acceptance of conventional opinion. — Thomas Merton
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Pablo Picasso: It means nothing to me. I have no opinion about it, and I don't care. It means nothing to me. I have no opinion about it, and I don't care. — Pablo Picasso
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By John Henry Newman: Above all, clergymen are bound to form and pronounce an opinion. It is sometimes said, Above all, clergymen are bound to form and pronounce an opinion. It is sometimes said, in familiar language, that a clergyman should have nothing to do with politics. This is true, if it be meant that he should not aim at secular objects, should not side with a political party as such, should not be ambitious of popular applause, or the favour of great men, should not take pleasure and lose time in business of this world, should not be covetous. But if it means that he should not express an opinion and exert an influence one way rather than another, it is plainly unscriptural. Did — John Henry Newman
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Joel Hodgson: Eventually I got asked to be in a Michael J. Fox sitcom called High School Eventually I got asked to be in a Michael J. Fox sitcom called High School U.S.A. I didn't think it was funny and said no. They doubled the money, and that kind of offended me. I realized, oh, that's right, my opinion means nothing in Hollywood. I'd seen other people compromise, and I felt that once you gave up on what you wanted to do, you couldn't go back. It was selling out. So I decided to go back to Minneapolis. — Joel Hodgson
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Robert Crais: Green looked at it without touching it and shook his head. "This means nothing. For Green looked at it without touching it and shook his head. "This means nothing. For all anyone knows you wrote it yourself. It isn't admissible." "Not in a court of law, Jonathan. But we're going to try you in the court of public opinion." I shoved his desk, and Jonathan jumped backwards. "I will hound you, and I will not stop. I will tell everyone that it was you who falsified the evidence, and you who ordered James Lester killed, and you who attempted to take the life of Louise Earle." I started around the end of the desk, and Jonathan scrambled in the opposite direction. — Robert Crais
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Thucydides: Amassing of wealth is an opportunity for good deeds, not hubris Amassing of wealth is an opportunity for good deeds, not hubris — Thucydides
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Ian Livingstone: When he came to, the eels were still being removed from him and Anvar was When he came to, the eels were still being removed from him and Anvar was congratulating one of the rivermen. The man had smashed open a barrel of eels and covered both dwarf and zombie with them. — Ian Livingstone
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Carl Sagan: Scientists are intent on testing [our] theories to the breaking point. They do not trust Scientists are intent on testing [our] theories to the breaking point. They do not trust what is intuitively obvious. That the Earth is flat was once obvious. That heavy bodies fall faster than light ones was once obvious. That blood-sucking leeches cure most diseases was once obvious. That some people are naturally and by divine decree slaves was once obvious. That there is such a place as the centre of the Universe, and that the Earth sits in that exalted spot was once obvious. That there is an absolute standard of rest was once obvious. The truth may be puzzling or counterintuitive. It may contradict deeply held beliefs. Experiment is how we get a handle on it. — Carl Sagan
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Wayne Rogers: When it comes to jobs, jobs are just like products in the sense that the When it comes to jobs, jobs are just like products in the sense that the free market operates and sees that somebody gets paid what they're worth. — Wayne Rogers
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Sloane Crosley: I was pretty dorky, but there are tiers of dorkdom and I always had friends, I was pretty dorky, but there are tiers of dorkdom and I always had friends, though they were equally dorky. I was one of those kids who contracted cooties in the second grade and then had cooties, because there wasn't a vaccine for it. When I was around people, though, I generally wanted to make them laugh. I told a lot of stories. — Sloane Crosley
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Robert M. Parker Jr.: There is nothing in the world like the extraordinary Shiraz and Grenache wines from South There is nothing in the world like the extraordinary Shiraz and Grenache wines from South Australia. While the most sought-after are undeniably expensive (they're made in tiny quantities from ancient vines), they are huge, rich and concentrated, and represent some of planet Earth's most compelling wines. — Robert M. Parker Jr.
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By John Mellencamp: Some people say I'm obnoxious and lazy, that I'm uneducated, that my opinion means nothing, Some people say I'm obnoxious and lazy, that I'm uneducated, that my opinion means nothing, but I know I'm a real good dancer. — John Mellencamp
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Hannah Brencher: Fear and failure, they go hand in hand. They're like dance partners with great rhythm. Fear and failure, they go hand in hand. They're like dance partners with great rhythm. — Hannah Brencher
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Oscar Wilde: Oh my dear fellow ... should you not be askind, 'Would the tea like the Oh my dear fellow ... should you not be askind, 'Would the tea like the cup? — Oscar Wilde
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Wayne W. Dyer: Having been exposed to a variety of religious experiences in the foster homes I lived Having been exposed to a variety of religious experiences in the foster homes I lived in, being Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, or anything else means absolutely nothing to me. I have already formed an opinion that the so-called religious teachings that I've been exposed to simply make no sense. So, I've just ignored the Sunday-school message of fear and judgment and paid no attention to any of it. I see no need for all of this craziness in my life, and long ago decided not to participate in it because every time I was required to go to church I ended up feeling worse for the experience - and I want, more than anything, to feel good. — Wayne W. Dyer
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By David Hume: Nothing appears more surprising to those who consider human affairs with a philosophical eye than Nothing appears more surprising to those who consider human affairs with a philosophical eye than the easiness with which the many are governed by the few, and the implicit submission with which men resign their own sentiments and passions to those of their rulers. When we enquire by what means this wonder is effected, we shall find, that, as force is always on the side of the governed, the governors have nothing to support them but opinion. It is therefore, on opinion only that government is founded, and this maxim extends to the most despotic and most military governments, as well as to the most free and most popular. The soldan of Egypt, or the emperor of Rome, might drive his harmless subjects, like brute beasts, against their sentiments and inclination. But he must at least have led his mamalukes, or praetorian bands, like men, by their opinion. — David Hume
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Kathy Mckeon: Your responsibility as an adult is accept your childhood and make your own choice of Your responsibility as an adult is accept your childhood and make your own choice of life. — Kathy Mckeon
Your Opinion Means Nothing Sayings By Tish Thawer: Yes, I'm hungry. Horny, too! The thought of feeding from you is a most delectable Yes, I'm hungry. Horny, too! The thought of feeding from you is a most delectable idea and it's playing havoc with my brain as well as other parts of my body.
He sat up and scooted closer to me ... — Tish Thawer