I am inclined to say that the personal attendance and intervention of women in election proceedings, even apart from any suspicion of the wider objects of many of the promoters of the present movement, would be a practical evil not only of the gravest, but even of an intolerable character.
William E. Gladstone
Although we human beings have our own personal life, we are yet in large measure the representatives, the victims and promoters of a collective spirit whose years are counted in centuries. We can well think all our lives long that we are following our own noses, and may never discover that we are, for the most part, supernumeraries on the stage of the world theatre.
Carl Gustav Jung
Hopefully in 2011 the fans will get to see some fights that they want to see. Manny Pacquiao Vs. Floyd Mayweather needs to happen, and so does David Haye Vs. Wladimir Klitschko. The fans deserve to see fights that they want to see and not just the fights that the promoters want to see.
By the mid-1950s real estate promoters of the commercial strip were attaching it to the centerless residential suburb. Both strips and tracts expanded under the impact of federal subsidies to developers, but since these subsidies were indirect, it was hard for many citizens or local officials to know what was happening.
I didn't really get that good at cutting because I didn't have those three years of gestating and nurturing my skills in the bedroom. I was kind of, like, out and playing in clubs after three of four months, because I was pushy with promoters. But I would just listen to the radio - Stretch Armstrong and Red Alert - and then I would go hang out with Mayhem, who did the WNYU hip-hop show.
My business in the beginning was very lawless and the more trouble I go into, the more the promoters liked me back then. I was on the front page for doing something wrong, the arena was full. Then, all of a sudden, everything changed somehow and they put rules in. You put rules in a gunfight? I'm not so good at following those rules. I don't' know what will happen at WrestleMania.
By the aristocracy of finance must here be understood not merely the great loan promoters and speculators in public funds, in regard to whom it is immediately obvious that their interests coincide with the interests of the state power. All modern finance, the whole of the banking business, is interwoven in the closest fashion with public credit.
The promoters of big data would like us to believe that behind the lines of code and vast databases lie objective and universal insights into patterns of human behavior, be it consumer spending, criminal or terrorist acts, healthy habits, or employee productivity. But many big-data evangelists avoid taking a hard look at the weaknesses.
But responsibility likewise falls on the legislators who have promoted and approved abortion laws, and, to the extent that they have a say in the matter, on the administrators of the health-care centers where abortions are performed. In this sense abortion goes beyond the responsibility of individuals and beyond the harm done to them, and takes on a distinctly social dimension. It is a most serious wound inflicted on society and its culture by the very people who ought to be societys promoters and defenders.
Pope John Paul II
The thief who is in prison is not necessarily more dishonest than his fellows at large, but mostly one who, through ignorance or stupidity [or racism or poverty! - Draffan] steals in a way that is not customary. He snatches a loaf from the baker's counter and is promptly run into gaol. Another man snatches bread from the table of hundreds of widows and orphans and similar credulous souls who do not know the ways of company promoters; and, as likely as not, he is run into Parliament.
George Bernard Shaw
The great crime which the moneyed classes and promoters of industry committed in the palmy Victorian days was the condemning of the workers to ugliness, ugliness, ugliness: meanness and formless and ugly surroundings, ugly ideals, ugly religion, ugly hope, ugly love, ugly clothes, ugly furniture, ugly houses, ugly relationship between workers and employers. The human soul needs actual beauty more than bread.
D. H. Lawrence
YEAH, 8 KID TO SHUT EM DOWN, GHETTO BE THE PRO NOW LOVE IT CAUSE IT'S UNDERGROUND JUST LIKE THE SHOT LIGHTS, TELL ME HOW YOU SEEN THE HOES WITH THE PRETTY FACE, ASS EXTREME DREAMS OF FUCKING A CELEBRITY, YEAH STUCK UP IN THE ASS BUT THEM LOVE HOOD DID YEAH, YOU KNOW THE MOTTON, HENNESY BOTTLE IN THE LAP, RIGHT NEXT TO THE STRAP, THE HOMIES FOLLOW GHETTO, YEAH SO INFAMOUS, SCREAMING INNOCENCE, WITH THE EVIDENCE JAIL FIGHT FOR THE YOUNG AND MEAN I REPRESENT SHADY PROMOTERS, NIGGAS GROWN EVER SINCE LONG AS THE BEAT KEEP BANGING, NIGGAS COME THE HOES SING EVERY WORD, FEEL GOOD, HA THAT'S WHAT A MOTHERFUCKER BRING YOU STAMPED OFFICIAL, SO LET THE SHIT BRING
Stalin was the most audible and powerful spokesman in the campaign against what he contemptuously called uravnilovka (leveling). His hostility - voiced in sarcastic and dismissive terms - was so deep and so clearly enunciated that it rapidly became state policy and social doctrine. He believed in productive results, not through spontaneity or persuasion, but through force, hierarchy, reward, punishment, and above all differential wages. He applied this view to the whole of society. Stalin's anti-egalitarianism was not born of the five-year plan era. He was offended by the very notion and used contemptuous terms such as "fashionable leftists", "blockheads", "petty bourgeois nonsense" and "silly chatter, " thus reducing the discussion to a sweeping dismissal of childish, unrealistic, and unserious promoters of equality. The toughness of the delivery evoked laughter of approval from his audience.
If you work and do pure research in this industry as long as I have - and you actually pay attention and do your homework, then this naked and raw truth stands out -> The supplement world of cancer-fighters, CAD-preventers, health-promoters, magic-water - AND/OR - muscle-builders, fat-burners and weight-loss agents - all of them - already have an over-crowded mass grave-yard of previous magic bullets that would supposedly make your life and/or body better - Yes, so promising and heavily promoted 'this' era - but so dead and gone the next - leaving in their wake a trail of mass-consumer confusion - but also leaving their actual intention -> a new generation of passive consumers - those who can't differentiate the sizzle from the steak. Or as W.C. Fields put it so long ago - 'There's a sucker born every minute.' -> There isn't a supplement on the planet that marks the difference between 'health or ill-health' - or between 'fit or fat.' - or between 'results and stagnation.
Creatures of the Darkness BY VICKI JORDAN It was world of vampires and demons, where innocence was rare and so were the living. It was a world of darkness, where light had been outlawed and nightfall had swallowed us whole. An epic war had been fought, and the creatures of the dark had finally prevailed over the promoters of the light. Finally, for the first time in existence, the people of the shadows could come out and freely walk among one another in the rays of the dying sun, which had once been used to shun them away. A little girl, a child of the light, had survived the battle and crawled out from under the ashes of the destruction. She looked around at her altered world in dismay and confronted a vampire about the changes, of which she did not approve. 'Why did you turn my world into a world of night, and make wrong into a new form of right? How could you make all the light disappear, and with it everyone I once loved so dear? Why are the shadows now the new sun, and why is everything lost what you have won?' The vampire looked down at the little girl with amusement and delight. 'Because, little girl, this is the real world you see, where there's no light to shine on false identities. We didn't destroy the world just to scare; we simply uncovered what was already there. What has come out was all the darkness that was once hidden within, and you'll soon meet the darkness in you once my fangs pierce your skin.' We are our own greatest fears...