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   11 Anonymous
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   7 Hillary Clinton
   5 Dave Eggers
   4 Rush Limbaugh
   4 Liane Moriarty
   3 Sandra Cisneros
   3 Roxane Gay
   3 Robert C Martin
   3 Jenny Han
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   2 T D Jakes
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1:We must live as a nation before we can live in humanity. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Karmayogin, Opinion and Comments,
2:A man must be strong and free in himself before he can live usefully for others. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Karmayogin, Opinion and Comments,
3:Nationalism tempered by expediency is like the French despotism tempered by epigrams. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Karmayogin, Opinion and Comments,
4:Nationalism tempered by expediency is like the French despotism tempered by epigrams. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Karmayogin, Opinion and Comments,
5:A mistake must always be acknowledged and corrected. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Poetry and Art, General Comments on some Criticisms of the Poem,
6:God being Supreme Wisdom uses everything for His supreme purposes and out of evil cometh good. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Karmayogin, Opinion and Comments,
7:One must first be conscious before one can be ignorant. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Poetry and Art, General Comments on some Criticisms of the Poem,
8:It is the true more than the new that the poet is after. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Poetry and Art, General Comments on some Criticisms of the Poem,
9:Statesmanship is not summed up in the words prudence and caution, it has a place for strength and courage. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Karmayogin, Opinion and Comments,
10:Our lives are useful only in proportion as they help others by example or action or tend to fulfil God in man. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Karmayogin, Opinion and Comments,
11:I'm a simple lobster, I see JBP I establish a local dominance hierarchy by clicking the like button with my lobster claw. ~ Yolo Swaggins, JRE 1208 - Jordan Peterson, Comments,
12:A new kind of poetry demands a new mentality in the recipient as well as in the writer. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Poetry and Art, General Comments on some Criticisms of the Poem,
13:Every faith is to a certain extent rational, it has its own analysis and synthesis by which it seeks to establish itself intellectually. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Karmayogin, Opinion and Comments,
14:Silence, the nurse of the Almighty’s power,
The omnipotent hush, womb of the immortal Word. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Poetry and Art, General Comments on some Criticisms of the Poem,
15:Truth is wider, greater than her forms.
A thousand icons they have made of her
And find her in the idols they adore;
But she remains herself and infinite. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Poetry and Art, Comments on Specific Lines and Passages of the Poem,
16:Why Ubuntu: If I were you I'd just install Ubuntu into a dual-boot partition (the Ubuntu website has instructions for this) and learn as you go. Ubuntu is similar enough to Windows that you should be able to start using it right away without much difficulty.
   For running your Python scripts you'll want to drop into the shell (Ctrl + Alt + T If memory serves me right). As you become more comfortable with Ubuntu, you can start using the shell more and more. The shell is what gives you access to the power of Unix; every time you need to do something tedious and repetitive, try to find out how to do it through the shell.
   Eventually you will find yourself using the shell constantly. You'll wonder how you ever managed without it, and deride other operating systems for their lack of sensible programming tools. One day you'll realise that desktop window managers are a needless distraction. You start using xmonad or awesomewm. Eventually you realise that this, too, is a bastardisaton of the Unix vision and start using tmux exclusively. Then suddenly it hits you - every computer, every operating system, no matter how insignificant or user-friendly, has the Unix nature. All of them are merely streams from where you can ssh back into the ocean of Unix. Having achieved enlightenment you are equally content using an iPad as your main work computer, using powershell in Windows or SSH into a Digital Ocean droplet from your parent's computer. This is the Zen of Unix.
   ~ JohnyTex,,

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1:Comments outnumber ideas. ~ Austin Kleon
2:Special Agent Euzent’s comments ~ Kendra Elliot
3:comments because he needed Slick to ~ David Baldacci
4:Code never lies, comments sometimes do. ~ Ron Jeffries
5:Make your links from blog comments genuine. ~ Matt Cutts
6:I'm vulnerable reading people's comments on Facebook. ~ Matisyahu
7:I will accept comments and criticism about change. ~ Jimmy Haslam
8:Obsolete comments are worse than no comments. ~ Douglas Crockford
9:A JSON decoder MAY accept and ignore comments. ~ Douglas Crockford
10:My comments are reserved for reputable journalists. ~ Ward Churchill
11:I try not to read blogs. The comments are extremely harsh. ~ Jessica Simpson
12:Ugh. Peeta makes comments like this in such an offhand way, ~ Suzanne Collins
13:God can use even stray, honest comments to bring people to himself. ~ Mark Dever
14:Comments about appearance belittle women professionally. Sadly, ~ Kirsten Gillibrand
15:Yellen’s comments suggest, and I agree, that we are in an asset bubble. ~ Carl Icahn
16:Comments will be moderated by The Hindu editorial team. 2.  Comments that ~ Anonymous
17:If you have any comments at all about the store, please call me at home. ~ Seth Godin
18:I'm not prepared to make any comments on the World Cup in Qatar in 1922. ~ Roy Hodgson
19:A brainiac notices everything, an ignoramus comments about everything. ~ Heinrich Heine
20:May comments, “We’re always trying to persuade ourselves of things.” Are ~ Lisa Wingate
21:Redundant comments are just places to collect lies and misinformation. ~ Robert C Martin
22:of fear beats inside her. Who is this woman, watching from afar, who comments ~ Jessie Burton
23:We are uniting in condemning the comments of Donald Trump on Muslims and women. ~ Keir Starmer
24:I cannot remember, so those photos and those comments have become my memories. ~ Louise O Neill
25:The comments section is now alive and chewing at the heart of Western democracy. ~ Laurie Penny
26:I don't get discouraged because of the comments. After all, they don't really know me. ~ Jay Park
27:I monitor haters' comments. I am aware of vicious rumors, but I am not afraid anymore. ~ Jay Park
28:It's interesting when something's written about you, and there's comments after. ~ Alison Stewart
29:You should never read online comments if you want to keep thoughts above the belt. ~ Heidi Julavits
30:Either positive or negative comments are good because it shows I am still relevant. ~ Justin Guarini
31:I don't get myself caught up in the rhetoric of any personal comments that are made. ~ Roger Goodell
32:people will always make comments when you decide to live a countercultural lifestyle ~ Cait Flanders
33:A president from a partner nation should not make comments on Italian politics. ~ Anibal Cavaco Silva
34:Holy shit!” I exclaimed, and that was one of the most coherent comments of the bunch. ~ Larry Correia
35:ventured a couple of negative comments about her father, and never tried it again. “It was ~ Robert Lacey
36:It's a damn good story. If you have any comments, write them on the back of a check. ~ Erle Stanley Gardner
37:We must live as a nation before we can live in humanity. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Karmayogin, Opinion and Comments,
38:You ever . . . look at a YouTube comments section? You’d . . . want everyone dead . . . too. ~ Chuck Wendig
39:My mother used to tell me I was my own worst critic. Clearly, she wasn't reading the comments. ~ Sarah Hepola
40:The proper use of comments is to compensate for our failure to express ourself in code. ~ Robert Cecil Martin
41:I understand what you're saying, and your comments are valuable, but I'm gonna ignore your advice. ~ Roald Dahl
42:I've made my own comments as to our vales as well in a speech I gave to the State Department. ~ Rex W Tillerson
43:When anyone makes comments that are offensive to you, would you be willing to do the teaching? ~ Iyanla Vanzant
44:Be wary of the arrogant intellectual who comments from the stands without having played on the field. ~ Ray Dalio
45:I don't really read reviews and comments that much. There just isn't a lot to be gained from it. ~ Chris Hardwick
46:I had bitten into my tongue, and I either had to spit or swallow. I swallowed. No comments, please. ~ Jim Butcher
47:Oh, how I wish that Orwell were still alive, so that I could read his comments on contemporary events! ~ W H Auden
48:I'll refrain from making any more comments on any ongoing people involved in the judicial process. ~ Bill Belichick
49:I’m giving you these comments because I have very high expectations and I know that you can reach them. ~ Daniel Coyle
50:Dear Editor: It's a damn good story. If you have any comments, write them on the back of a check. ~ Erle Stanley Gardner
51:Part of our perception of our looks is shaped from a lifetime of comments, opinions, and reactions to it. ~ Dannika Dark
52:Comments that suggest that Muslims should be banned from the United States are offensive and unconstitutional. ~ Mike Pence
53:Rhetoric can be razor sharp, and just as one needs to take some comments seriously, others should not be. ~ Alexander Stubb
54:Donald Trump has gone from making absurd comments to being downright dangerous with his bombastic rhetoric. ~ Lindsey Graham
55:Say something. No, wait—say something helpful, not one of your sarcastic comments that help no one but you. ~ Saffron A Kent
56:We know now that Donald Trump's comments are actually being used to recruit and radicalize on the Internet. ~ Hillary Clinton
57:If you understand football you make substitutions during the game, if you don't you make comments after it. ~ Hristo Stoichkov
58:I try to visit stores because it's important to meet the teams and to hear the comments of the salespeople. ~ Delphine Arnault
59:I'm open to comments. I'm open to objective points of view, because I've been very narrow and very subjective. ~ Richard Donner
60:Comments in the resource file provide contextual information that helps localizers more accurately translate strings. ~ Anonymous
61:Friends, loved ones, and even enemies influence us, but that doesn’t mean their comments are relevant to your destiny. ~ T D Jakes
62:A man must be strong and free in himself before he can live usefully for others. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Karmayogin, Opinion and Comments,
63:I want to live a really positive ass life. No matter what is in the media about me or what's said in the comments. ~ Scott Eastwood
64:Marcia listened to the comments and wondered why people thought that wearing ExtraOrdinary Wizard robes made her deaf. ~ Angie Sage
65:Matthew Henry comments, “The desires of the soul find nothing in the wealth of the world to give them any satisfaction. ~ Anonymous
66:A lady likes to be complimented on her looks, her eyes, her figure. But the personality comments are much appreciated. ~ Betty White
67:Our state of mind can turn even neutral comments into fighting words, distorting what we hear to fit what we fear. ~ Daniel J Siegel
68:Why … wouldn’t I? People are people. You ever … look at a YouTube comments section? You’d … want everyone dead … too. ~ Chuck Wendig
69:Facebook, instagram - I prefer visual communication better than verbal. But I read all the comments, answering too. ~ Verka Serduchka
70:If It's your passion and you want to do it for the rest of your life, why would comments stop you from doing that? ~ Christina Grimmie
71:It circled back to her looks, as most snide comments did. Surely a pretty blond girl had to be shallow and dim-witted. ~ Kristin Hannah
72:Maybe if the men in my life weren’t always making smart-ass comments, they wouldn’t have to worry about bruises so much. ~ Julie Powell
73:Nationalism tempered by expediency is like the French despotism tempered by epigrams. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Karmayogin, Opinion and Comments,
74:A lot of my social media posts are about celebrating these women who wear our clothes, feel great in them and have comments. ~ Eva Mendes
75:We're hiding in a tree with people chasing us. Do you really think this is an appropriate time to make suggestive comments? ~ Elisa Nader
76:It's so rare that I'll read or even watch an interview. I don't want to, either. I don't want to see other people's comments. ~ Alex Ebert
77:Never read the comments, Covey! That's the first rule of-"
"If you say 'Fight Club' to me right now, I will hang up on you. ~ Jenny Han
78:These 3 topics will always generate 100+ comments of irrational/ridiculous people: Taxes, tipping, and spending on weddings. ~ Ramit Sethi
79:Knee-Jerk Irony: The tendency to make flippant ironic comments as a reflexive matter of course in everyday conversation. ~ Douglas Coupland
80:His [Donald Trump ]comments are shocking, offensive and disturbing but I don't believe it merits a ban at this point in time. ~ Keir Starmer
81:I always separate myself from reviews, but tweets and Instagram comments, they go directly to my phone. It's hard to keep up. ~ Skylar Astin
82:One of the signs (you) displayed (said): QUESTION AUTHORITY. Comments or slogans of this nature cannot and will not be condoned. ~ C L Wilson
83:The author refers to a player's affected nonchalance and comments he is, "too young to realize you are what you pretend to be. ~ Michael Lewis
84:Having a best friend is a wonderful thing. There needs be no proofreading, no refinement, of the comments that come from my head. ~ Mary Kubica
85:My comments concerning persons afflicted with AIDS as well as various minority groups have left people wondering if I am a racist. ~ John Rocker
86:A mistake must always be acknowledged and corrected. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Poetry and Art, General Comments on some Criticisms of the Poem,
87:God being Supreme Wisdom uses everything for His supreme purposes and out of evil cometh good. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Karmayogin, Opinion and Comments,
88:For me or a Bruce Springsteen to sit up in our ivory towers and make comments about racism, well, were not really in it, are we? ~ John Mellencamp
89:If I was gay, I would think hip-hop hates me. Have you read the YouTube comments lately? 'Man, that's gay' gets dropped on the daily. ~ Macklemore
90:If you go to places like YouTube, it's a cesspool, and a lot of the comments are really horrifying and misogynist and harassing. ~ Jessica Valenti
91:Don't listen to the malicious comments of those friends who, never taking any risks themselves, can only see other people's failures. ~ Paulo Coelho
92:Even worse than seeing women's privacy violated on social media is reading the accompanying comments that show such a lack of empathy. ~ Emma Watson
93:One must first be conscious before one can be ignorant. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Poetry and Art, General Comments on some Criticisms of the Poem,
94:Having a best friend is a wonderful thing. There needs be no proofreading, no refinement, of the comments that come from my head. “What ~ Mary Kubica
95:Irene bit the inside of her cheek hard before she could make any comments about putting a girdle round the world in forty minutes. ~ Genevieve Cogman
96:It is the true more than the new that the poet is after. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Poetry and Art, General Comments on some Criticisms of the Poem,
97:After all, I want to make sure I stick with his original vision. So far, [Steven King] comments have always been the same - run with it! ~ Robin Furth
98:I don't read the "letters" section of Time magazine. I think it's just my habit as a reader. I don't read comments on stories, in general. ~ Joel Stein
99:the summit. Furthermore, written comments were solicited and received in considerable numbers. A Draft Committee composed of Drs. Clowney, ~ R C Sproul
100:[from the Acknowledgments page] ...and while comments are very welcome, I would suggest it is a waste of your precious time. ~ Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse
101:That voice you hear in your head, the one whispering that you need to add some comments, may just be your program crying out to be rewritten. ~ Russ Olsen
102:The point isn’t whether or not Trump is specifically interested in hurting me or any other journalist. It’s that his comments put us in danger. ~ Katy Tur
103:When I post a selfie and someone comments, 'Oh, sure, go ahead and reclaim your sexuality, I got my rocks off,' that's not my problem. ~ Emily Ratajkowski
104:Even when I'm trying to be straightforward and honest and my comments are innocent, inevitably they get turned into something sort of salacious. ~ Megan Fox
105:The FDA has received over a million comments from citizens demanding labeling of GMOs. 90 percent of Americans agree. So, why no labeling? ~ Dennis Kucinich
106:Likes” and comments offer tribal validation for those who shared the content, and provide variable rewards that motivate them to continue posting. ~ Nir Eyal
107:Statesmanship is not summed up in the words prudence and caution, it has a place for strength and courage. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Karmayogin, Opinion and Comments,
108:Had she any respect for him at all, his words would've affected her. But no value accompanies comments spewed from the mouth of a brute. ~ Richelle E Goodrich
109:You’re actually going to kill me, aren’t you?” “Yes,” he said, feigning disappointment. “You ruined the surprise with your smart-ass comments.” I ~ Jay McLean
110:I don’t compare myself to anyone else; I don’t make comments about anyone else because they do what feels right for them, and that’s okay by me. ~ Taylor Swift
111:I've been really surprised about a lot of the negative comments about artisanal pencil sharpening. Like, it really rubs some people the wrong way. ~ David Rees
112:We are all too often told by someone that we are too old, too young, too different, too much the same, and those comments can be devastating. ~ Sharon Salzberg
113:We must confront the reality that his [Donald Trump] comments have provoked, and consider whether we want to import such hatred to this country. ~ Tulip Siddiq
114:You don’t know if she shares the same strong, pure feelings you have for her,” Oshima comments. I shake my head. “It hurts to think about it. ~ Haruki Murakami
115:I don't read the comments anymore, unless they are moderated. Which is not to say censored, but I don't need to read someone saying, "You're ugly." ~ Roxane Gay
116:I could taste the blood in my mouth, from where I had bitten into my tongue, and I either had to spit or swallow. I swallowed. No comments, please. ~ Jim Butcher
117:Our lives are useful only in proportion as they help others by example or action or tend to fulfil God in man. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Karmayogin, Opinion and Comments,
118:He had seen inferno and tempest, and had not only looked into the abyss but the abyss had looked into him, and then made disparaging comments. ~ Jonathan L Howard
119:little about your work, tease and titillate with alluring, even contradictory comments, then stand back and let others try to make sense of it all. ~ Robert Greene
120:Many books in popular psychology are a melange of the author's comments, a dollop of research, and stupefyingly dull transcriptions from interviews. ~ Carol Tavris
121:Some of the comments on YouTube make you weep for the future of humanity just for the spelling alone, never mind the obscenity and the naked hatred. ~ Lev Grossman
122:You have to excuse me because I AM a teenager, so I'm allowed to sound illiterate and make stupid comments like 'I'm not into hard-core feminism.' ~ Christina Ricci
123:I can't explain why I don't read comments. Maybe because I worked at Time for so long and they don't have them, so I keep forgetting that they're there. ~ Joel Stein
124:Oh dear gods. I think my underwear just fell off.” “Nicole,” Tina hissed. “Keep your comments to yourself! Be a respectable fucking lady, for fuck’s sake! ~ T J Klune
125:And he would listen, making only a few comments, always sympathetic, so that when I left him I had the distinct impression he had solved everything for me. ~ Anne Rice
126:I had heard some women make comments about my chest, so why not show it off? Nobody wants to see a fat guy in tights. That wouldn't be fair to the fans. ~ Paul Stanley
127:Nina’s already thinking about grad school? Is she that much older than you?”
“A few years, yeah.”
“Whoa.” I refrain from making any cougar comments. ~ Kristin Rae
128:he listened to the workers’ comments on events. He wondered how they could know so much, but above all he marvelled at how much misery grown men could cause. ~ Anonymous
129:I haven't talked to [Donald] Trump since he made his comments about [John] McCain being captured; now he doesn't respect military guys that get captured. ~ Rush Limbaugh
130:I have tough skin. I don't really read any of the comments unless they are positive. I don't accept that much negativity in my life. It's not an option. ~ Scott Eastwood
131:One reason it's so difficult to decide what to say became immediately clear: comments and questions that some appreciated were not appreciated by others. ~ Deborah Tannen
132:I do this for the sake of myself. It's a selfish process. I don't really have any expectations from anyone for your comments or your reviews or your previews. ~ Lupe Fiasco
133:You can always find a stray negative comment on the Internet. It's like everybody loves to put negative comments on the Internet under the cloak of anonymity. ~ John Legend
134:Do you want my input or is this just an angry tirade you need to vent? (Acheron) Both! (Kat) Okay, you rant and I’ll add my comments at the end. (Acheron) ~ Sherrilyn Kenyon
135:I like comedies, and my brain sort of spins in that direction. So I'm really happy to say there were several smartass comments that come from me [on Star Wars]. ~ Alan Tudyk
136:Tea Party Republicans, in an effort to kill the farm bill will stereotype and make racial comments about food stamps - which is a big element to the program. ~ Eleanor Clift
137:If I were a maker of books I should compile a register, with comments, of different deaths. He who should teach people to die, would teach them to live. ~ Michel de Montaigne
138:If you come out with racist comments, then I believe you shouldn't be allowed to come to a football match. Don't be so narrow minded, you're bigger than that. ~ Rio Ferdinand
139:I'll miss the comments from the people on the street who love the show and who have felt its impact on the culture. I won't miss the shooting schedule, though! ~ Dennis Franz
140:I never pay attention, to no numbers, no views, comments ... I just try to keep on going, keep on living my life so I can continue to put out music that's real. ~ Kirko Bangz
141:Mitt Romney is saying his comments about liking to fire people were taken out of context. Yeah, what he actually said was he likes to set poor people on fire. ~ Conan O Brien
142:You guys are so caught up in your polished images and your passive-aggressive comments that no one ever comes right out and says anything. Well, I'm going to. ~ Richelle Mead
143:The backlash to [Sarah] Palin`s comments was swift, with veterans and veterans` groups criticizing the apparent politicization of post-traumatic stress disorder. ~ Chris Hayes
144:A deistical prater, fit to sit in the chimney-corner of a pot-house, and make blasphemous comments on the one greasy newspaper fingered by beer-swilling tinkers. ~ George Eliot
145:I'm a simple lobster, I see JBP I establish a local dominance hierarchy by clicking the like button with my lobster claw. ~ Yolo Swaggins, JRE 1208 - Jordan Peterson, Comments,
146:Richard Lewontin comments . . . To be convinced that all behavior on the part of others, without distinction, is hostile, is a form of mental illness.57 ~ Stephen Harrod Buhner
147:We can skip through a lot of the stuff people might ask about the writing of the book, and so their comments always start well, well down into the nitty-gritty. ~ Chang Rae Lee
148:don’t care about your personal needs. They want to know what you can do to meet their needs. So don’t make comments that reflect any urgent desires of your own—such ~ Kate White
149:I was still pondering her comments, when she hit me with the bomb. She said that the only time a woman is ready for a man in her life is when she didn’t need one. ~ Cupcake Brown
150:Ask your loyal customers for positive comments about your products and your service. Then post these testimonials where other customers and prospects can enjoy them. ~ Ron Kaufman
151:Do you want my input or is this just an angry tirade you need to vent? (Acheron)
Both! (Kat)
Okay, you rant and I’ll add my comments at the end. (Acheron) ~ Sherrilyn Kenyon
152:In general, when reading a scholarly critic, one profits more from his quotations than from his comments. ~ W. H. Auden, The Dyer's Hand, and Other Essays (1962), "Reading", p. 9.
153:I swear, Claire-bear, I am going to call your mom and tell her you need to start riding the short bus. You really need to start practicing your bitchy comments. ~ Kimberly Derting
154:A new kind of poetry demands a new mentality in the recipient as well as in the writer. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Poetry and Art, General Comments on some Criticisms of the Poem,
155:He who is well acquainted with the text of scripture, is a distinguished theologian. For a Bible passage or text is of more value than the comments of four authors. ~ Martin Luther
156:That was the problem with snide comments; they invariably lost all their punch on repetition. Besides, when facing impending death, what did the odd witticism matter? ~ Lauren Willig
157:The proper use of comments is to compensate for our failure to express ourself in code. Note that I used the word failure. I meant it. Comments are always failures. ~ Robert C Martin
158:I try not to read the negative comments, and when I do, I let it roll off my back. I remind myself that there will always be haters as long as you are in the public eye. ~ Ryan Lochte
159:Oh, look at this. NBC/Wall Street Journal: "Thirty-eight percent of the American people say [Donald] Trump's comments about women disqualify him from being president." ~ Rush Limbaugh
160:I like to mix it up, because the kind of comments you can get from a fiction writer about your poetry are going to be very different than what you'll get from a poet. ~ Sandra Cisneros
161:I see a lot of comments on Twitter and stuff about how ugly I am, how bad I am at the drums, how awkward I look, and I'm like, yeah, I agree with most of those things. ~ Patrick Carney
162:Reading comments below YouTube clips of my stand-up in the late noughties encouraged me to make the act even more like the sort of act the people who hated it would hate; ~ Stewart Lee
163:17% of girls have experienced a physical attack… 97% of students report regularly hearing homophobic remarks by peers… 53% hear homophobic comments by teaching staff… ~ Rosalind Wiseman
164:Gabe says you make a mean chicken."
Finn, who is sitting by the fireplace making smoke, comments for the first time. "Well, she certainly doesn't make a nice one. ~ Maggie Stiefvater
165:I feel that right from the start the players were prepared to experience catastrophic results with comments like: 'It's going to be tough and we are going to need time'. ~ Lilian Thuram
166:She received enough attention to get the courtesy of rejection letters and occasional insulting comments instead of the far more insulting and demeaning silence. ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb
167:Through EdgeRank, Facebook weighs likes, comments, and shares, but it currently does not give greater weight to click-throughs or any other action that leads to sales. ~ Gary Vaynerchuk
168:Your greatness won’t be found in a classroom; an apprenticeship; a teacher; or flattering comments from well-meaning family members, friends, or lovers. It is within you. ~ Wayne W Dyer
169:today, our social media experiences are designed in a way that favors broadcasting over engagements, posts over discussions, shallow comments over deep conversations. ~ Thomas L Friedman
170:Donald Trump's insulting comments about women go hand in hand with his plans to defund Planned Parenthood and appoint Supreme Court justices who will end legal abortion. ~ Hillary Clinton
171:Every faith is to a certain extent rational, it has its own analysis and synthesis by which it seeks to establish itself intellectually. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Karmayogin, Opinion and Comments,
172:Regarding comments attributed to me in the Los Angeles Times - allegedly made on a bus trip from Germany to Holland in 1998 - I emphatically denounce such comments as false. ~ Paul Crouch
173:Silence, the nurse of the Almighty’s power,
The omnipotent hush, womb of the immortal Word. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Poetry and Art, General Comments on some Criticisms of the Poem,
174:Do people you respect or care about leave hateful comments on the Internet?” (No.) “Do you really want to engage with people who have infinite time on their hands?” (No.) ~ Timothy Ferriss
175:I also love the makers of South Park, because they're political, strong, and they're making all of these comments that would get you shot for if you did it in a drama. ~ Michelle Rodriguez
176:I always run the stories by Capcom. They read the scripts and give their comments. I would never want to kill a character that they really want to use in the next game. ~ Paul W S Anderson
177:I was going to have a few comments on the other Democratic presidential candidate, John Edwards, but it turns out that you have to go into rehab if you use the word 'faggot.' ~ Ann Coulter
178:Of course she loved her only child, but she had too much respect for herself to tolerate any more snide comments. It was like strikes—after three, Ryn ended the conversation. ~ Jewel E Ann
179:They become more personable as you head south, the people. You sit in a diner and, along with your coffee and your food, they bring you comments, questions, smiles, and nods. ~ Neil Gaiman
180:The one thing I don't understand is when people make comments who are clearly not fans of mine. I think, why are you here? Why are you wasting your time? It's fascinating. ~ Madonna Ciccone
181:There are books in which the footnotes, or the comments scrawled by some reader's hand in the margin, are more interesting than the text. The world is one of those books. ~ George Santayana
182:If I have one technology tip of the day, it's this: No matter how good the video on YouTube is, don't read the comments, just don't, because it will make you hate all humans. ~ Matt Groening
183:I'm the one who made many of the bold comments that we'd seen the technologies from AMD as pretty good. Their technology in many areas was leading. But those are transient. ~ Kevin B Rollins
184:It's very interesting for me to listen to music with my wife. She's not a musician but she very often makes comments about pieces in ways that are similar to what I'm thinking. ~ Paul Lansky
185:Senator majority leader, Mitch McConnell, slammed [Donald] Trump`s comments about burning the American flag which is protected under the first amendment should lead to jail time. ~ Chuck Todd
186:Since I was there in the very beginning, I know the history of the characters. So, I make comments about the tone and sometimes remind the writers that we've done that before. ~ Matt Groening
187:A newspaper runs a story, a friend posts a link on Facebook, a blogger writes a post, and it’s interesting. But the real intellectual action often takes place in the comments. ~ Clive Thompson
188:Relax, son," Atticus had told him in one of his rare comments on her. "Don't push her. Let her go at her own speed. Push her and every mule in the county'd be easier to live with. ~ Harper Lee
189:Relax, son,” Atticus had told him in one of his rare comments on her. “Don’t push her. Let her go at her own speed. Push her and every mule in the county’d be easier to live with. ~ Harper Lee
190:I hurried upstairs and powered up my laptop. I checked on the review I'd posted last night. No comments. People sucked. But I did gain five new followers. People rocked. ~ Jennifer L Armentrout
191:We have to respect that any nominee to the Supreme Court would have to defer any comments on any matters which are either before the court or very likely to be before the court. ~ Edward Kennedy
192:I pretty much read reviews and comments only looking for the negative. Literally, when I read positive comments, it's like a zero. I think the issue is if you agree with it or not. ~ Bob Odenkirk
193:Or if you wish to put more of a barb in your comments, you can always say, “Yes, Mom, I have in fact decided to get out of bed in spite of the fact that you’ve been telling me to! ~ David D Burns
194:She's scrolling fast through my code, which is a little embarrassing, because my code is full of comments like 'Hell, yeah!' and 'Now, computer, it is time for you to do my bidding. ~ Robin Sloan
195:I have never read a review for anything I have ever done, be it for theater or movies, just because. I am really good about that. And YouTube comments. People will hide behind that. ~ Skylar Astin
196:...I know this world. I live in it too. There's no shelter or safety or escape from the cruel stares and comments, the too-small seats, the too-small everything for your too-big body. ~ Roxane Gay
197:I use Google+, and I find the quality of the comments are very sophisticated because there is more trust inside of Google+ than there is inside of Twitter and Facebook, for example. ~ Eric Schmidt
198:The time that I would spend revisiting my old Get Your War On strips is more profitably spent Googling myself and reading comments about how people hate my pencil-sharpening business. ~ David Rees protect her from male attention, that feeling of being scored each time you walked down a street, the demeaning comments yelled out of cars, that casual sweep of the eyes... ~ Liane Moriarty
200:Getting comments like that from even the young people at the shows who probably aren't singers, the girls who just tell me that I'm an inspiration to them, for one reason or another. ~ Wanda Jackson
201:That his comments actually pertained to her questions—that in spite of the infinity in his eyes he was participating in a finite conversation—made up for the sourness in his face. ~ Jonathan Franzen
202:The truth is, some of these comments, when you actually ask 'well, this is based on what? This notion that Obama's a socialist, for example?' Nobody can really give you a good answer. ~ Barack Obama
203:This is the political culture of the United States, which one should accept as is. The United States is a great country and it deserves non-interference and no third-party comments. ~ Vladimir Putin
204:you ought not judge” is itself a judgment! (Pluralists misinterpret Jesus’ comments on judging [Matt. 7:1-5]. Jesus did not prohibit judging as such, only judging hypocritically.) ~ Norman L Geisler
205:I think the Bible is hugely patriarchal. There are so many sexist comments and homophobic comments and comments that are not in keeping with nurturing and loving the human spirit. ~ Alanis Morissette
206:Peer reviewers were then asked to rate (using a slider on the screen) how well they knew that particular project and how large the individual’s impact was, and to add any comments. Over ~ Laszlo Bock
207:But I'm still a work in progress. My mother calls me quite frequently with various critiques of my performance on TV and other public events. She's usually pretty severe with her comments. ~ John McCain
208:These comments are so noisy that we learn to ignore them. As we read through code, our eyes simply skip over them. Eventually the comments begin to lie as the code around them changes. ~ Robert C Martin
209:This is an extraordinary illustrated collection of Chinese herbsaccompanied by concise and expert comments. Jing-Nuan Wu has succeeded incompiling this most unique and informative book. ~ Koji Nakanishi
210:I now rely on a scanner, which reproduces the passages I want to cite, and then I keep my own comments on those books in a separate file so that I will never confuse the two again. ~ Doris Kearns Goodwin
211:So I wore the lesbian comments like a mask that kept everything I really loved private and safe and beyond the dirty grasp of the people who didn't know the real, true me and never would. ~ Matthew Quick
212:[Christians] practiced moderation and chastity in marriage, for example, and Galen was puzzled at how they were able to do so. His comments are a kind of back-handed compliment, I suppose. ~ Larry Hurtado
213:muttered comments about Percy’s chances. “He’s dead,” said one. “Would be those two who found him,” said another. “Yeah,” muttered another. “Let him join the Fifth Cohort. Greeks and geeks. ~ Rick Riordan
214:That’s the vast majority of this social media, all these reviews, all these comments. Your tools have elevated gossip, hearsay and conjecture to the level of valid, mainstream communication. ~ Dave Eggers
215:It bothers me to read the comments of leaders of the Hamas and others who hate America that their goal is to have more weaponry capable of delivering all types of weapons of mass destruction. ~ Don Nickles
216:L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling was recorded on tape making racist comments. He now has been banned from the league for life. Great, just where Sterling wanted to end up - the blacklist. ~ Jimmy Fallon
217:He said, “If God lived on Earth people would stalk his Facebook page and leave nasty comments on his Pinterest site.” Then it sunk in- timing was everything and social media was the devil. ~ Shannon L Alder
218:Unfortunately most criticism is by poseurs. They use their comments about someone else's work as a platform on which to strike poses. What they're really saying is: "Look at me! Look at me!" ~ Frank Herbert
219:The Divine Thing that made itself the foundation of the Church does not seem, to judge by his comments on the religious leadership of his day, to have hoped much from officers of a church. ~ Charles Williams
220:I have been 130 lbs. as well as 215 lbs. I have had blond, strawberry blond, green, pink and purple hair, and none of that has ever exempted me from having lewd comments flung at me in the street. ~ Beth Ditto
221:I've had the same, full-time assistant and typist for eight or nine years now. She's read everything I've written, she types everything and does a good job, translates it and makes comments. ~ Kevin J Anderson
222:We're not going to pay attention to the silliness and the petty comments. And quite frankly, women have joined me in this effort, and so it's not about appearances. It's about effectiveness. ~ Katherine Harris
223:I think it’s going to set the world on fire,” said Gates. “It didn’t do anything. There are fifteen comments at the bottom of the piece on the Web, and all of them are Russian mail order brides. ~ Michael Lewis
224:I think what I try to do with all the naysayers, negative comments, or even people that think you can't do it, I'm trying very hard to use it as motivation and to add to that chip on my shoulder. ~ Erin Andrews
225:I've been impressed, over the last 15 years, with how often the somewhat conspiratorial comments of Haitian villagers have been proven to be correct when the historical record is probed carefully. ~ Paul Farmer
226:The Facebook window was still open. There had been three more comments since she last looked. Two more God-be-with-you wishes. And one in all caps that read, “HOW DOES IT FEEL NOW, COLLEEN? ~ Sophie Littlefield
227:Python “best practice” rule of thumb is to use docstrings for functional documentation (what your objects do) and hash-mark comments for more micro-level documentation (how arcane bits of code work). ~ Mark Lutz
228:incomplete and slow, people depended on a brand’s imprimatur for quality assurance. In the book business, the average number of stars on Amazon and the first few comments that strangers have posted ~ Guy Kawasaki
229:Donald Trump has been getting favorable comments from white supremacists, from American Nazis. And any explanation of Donald Trump`s rise that does not include those facts is a false analysis. ~ Lawrence O Donnell
230:Flash grenades—a weapon used in China. Ingrid shivered as Cy’s comments suddenly made sense. Chinatown was so close. She was so close to the Chinese, to Lee and Jiao. So close, and so oblivious. Despite ~ Beth Cato
231:The comments you'll get from a filmmaker about your performance are going to be very different. My writing workshop is about mixing it up, cross-pollinating, not only in genres but in occupations. ~ Sandra Cisneros
232:When you write an article about anything, trolls use the comments to attack. They feel frustrated - but haters are losers. It's not good to feed this aspect. It's more intelligent to be constructive. ~ Paulo Coelho
233:Some of the soldiers made disparaging comments about the fact that he was a womanform when they thought he couldn’t hear them. But his fellow officers were civil about it, which was all he cared about. ~ Yoon Ha Lee
234:I'd like to understand why it seems normal to look at astonishing achievements made by unapproachably ambitious, luminously pious, strangely obsessed artists, and toss them off with a few wry comments. ~ James Elkins
235:It wrote me “helpful” comments about each of the rooms I was going through, like, “This is the Room of Eternal Death. It’s like the Room of Normal Death, but somewhat more repetitive.” That sort of thing. ~ Andrew Rowe
236:I want to speak, show, see, and hear outrageously astute questions and comments. I want to be on the sides of pleasure and laughter and to disrupt the dour certainties of pictures, property, and power. ~ Barbara Kruger
237:Sometimes I go and I'll look at people's comments and then responses, covers, choreography and fan videos and after a couple hours it's like, uhhh this is a little like...I'm like don't indulge in right now. ~ Jhene Aiko
238:So many letters to the editor and comments on the Internet have this same tone of thrilled vindication: these are people who have been vigilantly on the lookout for something to be offended by, and found it. ~ Tim Kreider
239:I had thought a good mother would not elicit such comments, but now I see that a good mother is required to somehow absorb all this ugliness and find a way to fall back in love with her child the next day. ~ Kelly Corrigan
240:Iran has made vile comments, anti-Semitic comments, comments about the destruction of Israel. It is precisely for that reason that even before I became president, I said Iran could not have a nuclear weapon. ~ Barack Obama
241:I remember saying to someone when I got one of those ‘don’t do it’ [comments] – I just remember hearing my voice being calm and saying, ‘No, it’s going happen. It’s going to happen. I’m just letting you know.’ ~ T R Knight
242:Feelings can be real but fickle...When we speak based on facts, not on our feelings alone, we temper and restrict our comments before hitting send...[G]ood communicators confirm their feelings with facts. ~ Emerson Eggerichs
243:Making her laugh was the best, like winning a prize. I found myself making funny little comments on a regular basis, trying to amuse her. I was a rat pulling levers, hoping a food pellet would come my way. ~ Karen McQuestion
244:People focus on the darker female characters in my books, but for every one of those, I can also show you an equally screwed up man that no one ever comments about, or a nicer woman that no one comments about. ~ Gillian Flynn
245:After Donald Trump's derogatory comments about immigrants, NBC has officially cancelled Celebrity Apprentice. Think about it: Donald Trump isn't even president yet, and he's already made America a better place! ~ Conan O Brien
246:If there is a serious outbreak in the UK I doubt voters will risk a Labour government. Time to get serious... Look at Diane Abbott's irresponsible comments on Ebola patients, Mili's open border policy. No. Way. ~ Louise Mensch
247:In all the co-temporary discussions and comments, which the Constitution underwent, it was constantly justified and recommended on the ground, that the powers not given to the government, were withheld from it. ~ James Madison
248:This man (FreddieMercury) truly possessed the greatest voice in the history of rock. Journalists, culture experts and analysts have already made several hundred comments on this topic and nothing can be added here. ~ Brian May
249:Women have said the most malicious, disgusting things about me. But I know that when somebody comments about you, good or bad, it is 99 percent of the time their projection of how they feel about themselves. ~ Paz de la Huerta
250:In the Forest,’ comments Mr. Crawfford, ‘ev’ryone comes ‘round in a Circle sooner or later. One day, your foot comes down in your own shit. There, as the Indians say, is the first Step upon the Trail to Wisdom. ~ Thomas Pynchon
251:Look at Mann's reading habits, his explicit comments on Nietzsche, and his copy of Birth of Tragedy, and it starts to seem doubtful that this work of Nietzsche's played much role in the gestation of the novella. ~ Philip Kitcher
252:Marx was angry at the many deviations it contained from what he considered to be scientific socialism. He wrote a set of critical comments on the Program, and attempted to circulate it among German socialist leaders. ~ Anonymous
253:They made comments about the women's legs, but, as they were not witty, their remarks had no finesse. Since their emotion was not torn by any point, they quite naturally skidded along on a stagnent ground of poetry. ~ Jean Genet
254:I promoted myself on Twitter and Facebook as hard as possible, nonstop. People started realizing that if they commented on my videos, I'd reply to their comment, so I started getting a lot more views and comments. ~ Austin Mahone
255:comments, nasty words, flying criticisms, and awful accusations. We can even use silence as a weapon. When we give someone the cold shoulder, we may hold in our words, but we’re spewing out our feelings all the same. ~ Karen Ehman
256:It's a mistake, you know. You have no idea what you'll be exposed to...the obscenities and lewd comments, the lecherous gazes, the groping and pinching...and that's just my house. Imagine what it would be like here. ~ Lisa Kleypas
257:Anonymous blog comments, vapid video pranks and lightweight mash-ups may seem trivial and harmless, but as a whole, this widespread practice of fragmentary, impersonal communication has demeaned personal interaction. ~ Jaron Lanier
258:Don’t grab hurtful comments and pull them close to you by rereading them and ruminating on them. Don’t play with them by rehearsing your badass comeback. And whatever you do, don’t pull hatefulness close to your heart. ~ Bren Brown
259:If the comments are wrong, there is really nothing for you to be upset about. On the other hand, if the criticism is accurate, there is still no reason for you to feel overwhelmed. You’re not expected to be perfect. ~ David D Burns
260:the founder embraced the button only when new data revealed it as a powerful source of behavioral surplus that helped to ratchet up the magnetism of the Facebook News Feed, as measured by the volume of comments.34 ~ Shoshana Zuboff
261:I do not mean to object to a thorough knowledge of the famous works we read. I object only to the interminable comments and bewildering criticisms that teach but one thing: there are as many opinions as there are men. ~ Helen Keller
262:It’s a mistake, you know. You have no idea of what you’ll be exposed to…the obscenities and lewd comments, the lecherous gazes, the groping and pinching…and that’s just at my house. Imagine what it would be like here. ~ Lisa Kleypas
263:People must have affirmation and praise in order to maintain a high level of performance. Withholding negative or critical comments is not nearly as important as giving positive input through compliments and praise. ~ John C Maxwell
264:I think fantasy is best described as a kind of fiction that evokes wonder, mystery or magic, a sense of possibility beyond the ordinary world in which we live, and yet which reflects and comments upon that known world. ~ Kate Forsyth
265:You expect to cop a bit wherever you go. In the past there hasn't been any racism or any racist comments that I've seen. I'm expecting a tough time, as we get everywhere we go, but racism hasn't been a problem before. ~ Glenn McGrath
266:Ken was Mary's new boyfriend, a nice guy who made all their friends comments, "Oh, there he is. That's what she's been waiting for," as if finding your perfect match was a guarantee as long as you were patient enough. ~ Jennifer Close
267:The Internet is manic. It's very strange. I don't think it's healthy. They should outlaw posting comments! It's a bummer to go somewhere to get information or buy tickets and you encounter profanity everywhere you go. ~ Sufjan Stevens
268:We live in an increasingly sophisticated world that makes it difficult to make simple comments on stuff. There are too many people on both sides of the border who are taking advantage of circumstances and the situation. ~ Arlo Guthrie
269:You know, comments about style always seem strange to me - 'why do you work in this style, or in that style' - as if you had a choice in the matter... What you're doing is trying to stay alive and continue and not die. ~ Philip Guston
270:Anderson [Cooper]first of all, in case anybody's wondering because they'll somehow read my mind after this broadcast ... I find those comments to be disgusting and reprehensible, and I'm really glad that he apologized. ~ Anderson Cooper
271:And if I wasn't able to bar anger, or her insidious cousin, irritation, From my heart, at least some of the time I bit back the sharp comments that I had prided myself on dispensing so freely all these years. ~ Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
272:Many people have accused me of such ferocious cruelty that (they allege) I would like to kill again the man I have destroyed. Not only am I indifferent to their comments, but I rejoice in the fact that they spit in my face. ~ John Calvin
273:Which ones scared you, made comments, touched you, and asked you out? I want a list.” “Did you not hear anything I just said?” My brow creases with my fiercest frown. “Do not interfere.” “Heard it. Processed it. Ignoring ~ Sarah Castille
274:How much do I really love Him? Enough to overlook the mistakes other people make? Enough to disregard the hurtful comments they speak? Enough to esteem others better than myself as God commands me to do in Philippians 2:3? ~ Denise K Loock
275:People who promote the free market and growth are far more romantic, and far more ideologically driven and blinded by their vision than somebody who goes in and comments about the beauty of a forest or the stars in the sky. ~ Arundhati Roy
276:It's going to be difficult for [Donald] Trump to overcome the deep first impression that he gave to the Latino community with his comments right out of the gate about Mexican immigrants, with his comments about Judge Curiel. ~ Julian Castro
277:You are never responsible for the actions of others; you are only responsible for you. When you truly understand this, and refuse to take things personally, you can hardly be hurt by the careless comments or actions of others. ~ Miguel Ruiz
278:That’s the vast majority of this social media, all these reviews, all these comments. Your tools have elevated gossip, hearsay and conjecture to the level of valid, mainstream communication. And besides that, it’s fucking dorky. ~ Dave Eggers
279:People don't understand that when I'm on the show I'm totally relaxed, hanging out, having a fun time, watching videos, and being goofy. Sometimes I say stupid comments, just being funny, and people think I'm a dumb person. ~ Chanel West Coast
280:When someone comments on my weight, I have to work hard to stand in front of the mirror and say, "This is who you are. You're okay in this lady, and you're a great, healthy, lovable and loving person." I try to accept myself. ~ Rosie O Donnell
281:I know you are incredibly bright, because when you are not being a smartarse your comments in class are very insightful, and when you ARE being a smartarse you are witty and clever and you make me laugh even when I want to slap you. ~ Amy Harmon
282:When I take up one of Jane Austen's books ... I feel like a barkeep entering the kingdom of heaven. I know what his sensation would be and his private comments. He would not find the place to his taste, and he would probably say so. ~ Mark Twain
283:However, there are still two places where one may find calls for adherence to this rule. The first is in Internet comments. This is unsurprising, as these frequently serve as bastions for the ill-informed and bilious of many stripes. ~ Ammon Shea
284:I think the biggest thing to do - especially if you're a woman trying to succeed in a male-dominated industry - is to just study as much you can and get ready for negativity, backlash, and comments. There's going to be a ton of it. ~ Erin Andrews
285:The people I grew up around who I really liked were quick on the draw. It always just wowed me. And my mum would make weird funny comments. I can see in myself her self-deprecating, hippie humour. I can't take myself too seriously. ~ Drew Barrymore
286:When I was younger, I definitely did face anti-ginger prejudice. As a child, all teasing hurts, whether it's because you're fat or a different race or have red hair. I had enough comments from a couple of people to make it a sore point. ~ Lily Cole
287:When the scientific experts finished giving their testimony, the presiding judge asked Van Meegeren if he had any comments...He then added dryly that, from now on, the faking of old-master paintings would, of course, be impossible. ~ Jonathan Lopez
288:The British press have written some nasty and spiteful things about the way I look which used to affect me quite badly when it was new to me but luckily, I've learned to ignore the comments. why do they even care about how I look? ~ Melanie Chisholm
289:I read reviews a lot for the audiobooks I narrate, so I’ve seen the comments about how readers would do anything to make book boyfriends real. Here I am, convinced I’m standing in the arms of one, and I’m about to walk away from him. ~ Colleen Hoover
290:It is often we come the closest to the essence of an artist... in his or her pocket notebooks and travel sketchbooks... where written comments and personal notes provide an intimate insight into the magical mind of a working artist. ~ Eugene Delacroix
291:The comments by the Leader of the Labour Party [Jeremy Corbyn] at the launch, however they were intended, are themselves offensive, and rather than rebuilding trust among the Jewish community, are likely to cause even greater concern. ~ Ephraim Mirvis
292:The pages were dog-eared, and heavily annotated in Karla's own hand. (...) She consumed her books, I saw. She devoured her books, and was unafraid to mark them, even to scar them, with her own comments and system of references. ~ Gregory David Roberts
293:Despite his explicit and repeated disavowal of anti-Semitism, LaHaye has made odd comments about Jews, saying to journalist Jeffrey Goldberg, “Some of the greatest evil in the history of the world was concocted in the Jewish mind. ~ Russ Kick
294:Donald Trump talks us down. He makes disparaging comments about America. He calls our military a disaster. Well, it's not, but it might have been if everybody else had failed to pay taxes to support our brave men and women in uniform. ~ Hillary Clinton
295:If the book is second-hand, I leave all its markings intact, the spoor of previous readers, fellow-travellers who have recorded their passage by means of scribbled comments, a name on the fly-leaf, a bus ticket to mark a certain page. ~ Alberto Manguel
296:The most fundamental attack on freedom is the attack on critical thinking skills. Comments display our universal failure to teach and value critical thinking, leaving the possibility open that both everything and nothing could be true. ~ Travis Nichols
297:If someone should ask, "how should an Opposition function?" the best answer would be, "in the manner of a traditional mother-in-law who watches the performance of household work by a daughter-in-law and follows her about with her comments. ~ R K Narayan
298:The writer, Katherine Anne Porter, comments in her Notebooks that “[o]ne of the most disturbing habits of the human mind is its willful and destructive forgetting of whatever in its past does not flatter or confirm its present point of view. ~ Anonymous
299:When I had to say something that I didn't like to Turkey, but of which I was sure, I said it, with the consequences that you all know [Editor's note: a reference to his comments on the Armenian Genocide]. I said these words ... I was sure ~ Pope Francis
300:Irrationally, Mosca felt she should have inherited her father’s intimate knowledge of Mandelion. His throwaway comments about the city should have magically meshed in her mind, giving her a faultless instinct for finding her way around. ~ Frances Hardinge
301:The World Wide Web is precisely what we were trying to PREVENT. We long ago foresaw the problems of one-way links, links that break (no guaranteed long-term publishing), no way to publish comments, no version management, no rights management. ~ Ted Nelson
302:And once I realized that code I write never fucking goes away and I'm going to be a maintainer for life. I get comments about blog posts that are almost 10 years old. "Hey, I found this code. I found a bug," and I'm suddenly maintaining code. ~ Peter Seibel
303:Roy received my comments with a forced smile. "Hardy, didn't I warn you not to date a woman who reads?" Hardy seemed amused by my outspokenness. "Keeps the arguing to a minimum," he replied. "No point in trying when I know she's going to win. ~ Lisa Kleypas
304:If you hear an expert talking about the Internet and saying it [does] this, or it will do that, you should treat it with the same skepticism that you might treat the comments of an economist about the economy or a weatherman about the weather. ~ Danny Hillis
305:I did not ask for objections, but for comments, or helpful suggestions. I looked for more loyalty from you, Captain Hornblower.' That made the whole argument pointless. If Leighton only wanted servile agreement there was no sense in continuing. ~ C S Forester
306:His mouth spewed out a gigantic waterfall of stupid comments on a regular basis, but he'd always said them on purpose. Being an accidental dullard was something new. Did sudden celebrity turn one into an idiot? It would certainly explain a lot... ~ Jeff Strand
307:John Calvin comments on today’s passage: “God is only rightly served when his law is obeyed. It is not left to every man to frame a system of religion according to his own judgment, but the standard of godliness is to be taken from the Word of God. ~ Anonymous
308:Truth is wider, greater than her forms.
A thousand icons they have made of her
And find her in the idols they adore;
But she remains herself and infinite. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Poetry and Art, Comments on Specific Lines and Passages of the Poem,
309:A well informed public opinion is essential to the growth of political and social awareness. Only he who is informed can comment intelligently on his nation's development and only by such comments can errors be corrected and progress stimulated ~ Haile Selassie
310:[Cat] found a complete set of the works of Edgar Allan Poe, with little tabs of paper sticking out. The were scrawled over with the witch's comments to herself, "Fun!" "Try this, but with exploding feathers!" and "Gotta love him -- deeply sick. ~ Gregory Maguire
311:The comments I most appreciate come from ordinary readers who've happened on one of my books at some time of stress in their lives, and who actually credit the book with helping them through a bad time. It's happened a few times in forty years. ~ Fred Saberhagen
312:Man you can define; but the true essence of any man, say, for instance, of Abraham Lincoln, remains the endlessly elusive and mysterious object of the biographer's interest, of the historian's comments, of popular legend, and of patriotic devotion. ~ Josiah Royce
313:Read the book through, undeterred and undismayed by the paragraphs, footnotes, comments, and references that escape you. If you let yourself get stalled, if you allow yourself to be tripped up by any one of these stumbling blocks, you are lost. ~ Mortimer J Adler
314:Roy received my comments with a forced
smile. "Hardy, didn't I warn you not to date a woman who reads?"
Hardy seemed amused by my outspokenness. "Keeps the arguing to a minimum," he replied. "No point in trying when I know she's going to win. ~ Lisa Kleypas
315:If you want to correct their “articulate” comments, you will often be met with, “Oh, I didn’t mean it like that!” Ma’am. Sir. How did you mean it? Have you ever given a white colleague a pat on the back for knowing how to speak in complete sentences? ~ Luvvie Ajayi
316:Check out the comments underneath,” Augie says. I move the cursor down. “There are over fifty thousand of them.” “Just click ‘Top Comments’ and read a few.” I do as he asks. And as always when reading a comments section, my faith in humanity plummets: ~ Harlan Coben
317:She wished she could give Isabel a shield, like the ones riot police held, to protect her from male attention, that feeling of being scored each time you walked down a street, the demeaning comments yelled out of cars, that casual sweep of the eyes. ~ Liane Moriarty
318:Those comments were borne of depression and sadness and my desire to make someone else feel as badly as I did. I get very snarky when I’m upset, which some people find endearing in a weird way but it usually ends up making me disappointed in myself. ~ Cecilia London
319:I did not ask for objections, but for comments, or helpful suggestions. I looked for more loyalty from you, Captain Hornblower.'

That made the whole argument pointless. If Leighton only wanted servile agreement there was no sense in continuing... ~ C S Forester
320:The Bible, of course, for aside from religion there is much to be learned of men and their ways in the Bible. It is also a source of comments made of references and figures of speech. No man could consider himself educated without some knowledge of it. ~ Louis L Amour
321:It is the news that introduces us to a far wider range of human beings than we could ever meet in person, and that over time, through the stories it runs and the way it comments on them, forms an idea in our minds about the kind of country we live in. ~ Alain de Botton
322:Jax looked at him, full-on. “If you have something to say about Lady Kellington, be plain about it. But I would warn you; since I intend to marry the woman, you are speaking about my wife. I will not take kindly to negative or disrespectful comments. ~ Kathryn Le Veque
323:Society is far too caught up in shaming a woman for enjoying sex and applauding a man. I mean, all of the comments are about how Lara Jean is a slut, but nobody's saying anything about Peter, and he's right there with her. It's a ridiculous double standard. ~ Jenny Han
324:Society is far too caught up in shaming a woman for enjoying sex and applauding a man. I mean, all of the comments are about how Lara Jean is a slut, but nobody’s saying anything about Peter, and he’s right there with her. It’s a ridiculous double standard. ~ Jenny Han
325:Earlier this week, Marlon Brando met with Jewish leaders to apologize for comments he made on Larry King Live, among them that “Hollywood is run by Jews.” The Jewish leaders accepted the actor’s apology and announced that Brando is now free to work again. ~ Norm Macdonald
326:Often when someone comes to you and wants to vent, it's so tempting to start giving advice. But if you allow the person just to let the feelings out, and then at another time come back with advice or comments, that person would experience a deeper healing. ~ Oprah Winfrey
327:the insensitivity comes with self-excuses, such as: “I am an upfront person who speaks my mind,” or “I am the frank type; you always know where you stand with me.” These comments are a cover-up for insensitivity, which might be better described as gauche. ~ David R Hawkins
328:I often feel caught in a dilemma: on the one hand I wish to be more natural with you and yet, on the other hand, because I feel that you’re easily wounded and that you give my comments inordinate power, I feel I must consider my wording very, very carefully. ~ Irvin D Yalom
329:It had also become harder to discuss this with his colleagues. All too often Sammy’s speeches about the importance of good neighborhoods and schools were met only with dismissive comments. It was self-evident, it was written on every wall, they seemed to say, ~ Kjell Eriksson
330:physicist Paul Davies comments, nonlinear systems “possess the remarkable ability to leap spontaneously from relatively featureless states to those involving complex cooperative behavior.”5 And those behaviors? They can be as different as water to ice. ~ Stephen Harrod Buhner
331:I left wide margins. In the left-hand one I noted any mannerisms, expressions and gestures that seemed to add something to her meaning. The right-hand margin I left blank. Later, rereading, it was here that I would enter my own thoughts, comments, questions. ~ Diane Setterfield
332:Diane never really spoke to Evan at work. She had seen him many times. They had shared comments at birthday and pinata parties like "Good cake, right?" or "Champagne at work! Great!" or "The sky seemed especially vast and unending this morning." The usual chitchat. ~ Joseph Fink
333:Dreams are not comments on the day world, or censored versions of re-enacted childhood dramas, but self-representations of an interior reality. If we can think in terms of inner space, peopled by symbolic figures and mythic forces, we have begun to think like Jung. ~ David Tacey
334:I have done a bit of recording and the songs are available on iTunes, and I've got some nice comments. It's something I enjoy doing, but I'm not looking for a singing career any time soon. As long as one person gets enjoyment out of it, I'm happy to make it available. ~ Tom Felton
335:You come across [online comments] about yourself and about your friends, and it's a very dehumanizing thing,It's almost like how, in war, you go through this bloody, dehumanizing thing ... My hope is, as we get out of it, we'll reach the next level of conscience. ~ Gwyneth Paltrow
336:Archbishop Romero of El Salvador was a member of the Salvadoran aristocracy. He could not have risen to the top of the church hierarchy otherwise. But after he began voicing critical remarks about the war and concerned comments about the poor, he was assassinated. ~ Michael Parenti
337:Do you really think you are going to change anyone’s mind? I always wonder, who are these people who spend all day on Internet message boards and comments sections getting really angry and trying to prove that their opinion is THE opinion that everyone should have. ~ James Altucher
338:Comments about appearance belittle women professionally. Sadly, that's the culture we still live in. We need to start trying to change it by calling out undercutting remarks and educating our peers, but we also have to find a way to navigate the current reality. ~ Kirsten Gillibrand
339:I never said I wasn’t Black… I want to make that very clear. I said, I am not African-American. I never expected my personal beliefs and comments to spark such emotion in people. I think it is only positive when we can openly discuss race and being labeled in America. ~ Raven Symone
340:What are some of the things your last employer could have done to be more successful? Does the applicant offer a long list of items and appear to feel he could have run things better than management did? Are his comments constructive or angry? There is a follow-up: ~ Gavin de Becker
341:I no longer have a deeply trusted, patient and abiding life partner to share all comments and observations about life’s passing parade. I don’t have her to share my confidences. There is nothing more precious than that. That deep sense of home in another person. Gone. ~ Frederick Marx
342:News of the decision rocketed around social media, with 3.8 million people in the United States making 10.1 million related likes, posts, comments and shares on Facebook. In the four hours after the decision, Twitter recorded more than 6.2 million messages about the ruling. ~ Anonymous
343:One of the most appalling comments on our present way of life is that half of all the beds in our hospitals are reserved for patients with nervous and mental troubles, patients who have collapsed under the crushing burden of accumulated yesterdays and fearful tomorrows. ~ Dale Carnegie
344:And actually, Pa was wrong, because even if other people couldn’t take talent away from you, they could destroy your confidence with their negative comments and mess with your brain, so you didn’t know who you were any more or how to please anyone, least of all yourself. ~ Lucinda Riley
345:[Among the Arapeh... both father and mother are held responsible for child care by the entire community...] If one comments upon a middle-aged man as good-looking, the people answer: 'Good-looking? Ye-e-e-s? But you should have seen him before he bore all those children'. ~ Margaret Mead
346:I don't mind comments saying things about me. I do mind them saying things about those young, brave men and women who have volunteered. That's offensive to me that people would say those kind of comments about Americans who have volunteered to take the fight to the enemy. ~ George W Bush
347:Then I frown to myself. All of my memories of Hemalo and I in a cave together are unpleasant ones, of me sniping at him or making angry comments. Of him trying to please me and me pushing away his help. Maybe I was never like that, after all. Perhaps I was never a good mate. ~ Ruby Dixon
348:Whenever I can’t sleep, I like to lie in the darkness and pretend I’ve been assassinated. I’ve found this is the best way to get comfortable. I imagine I’m in the coffin at my funeral, and people from my past are walking by my corpse and making comments about my demise. ~ Chuck Klosterman
349:As an adult I generally feel this pressure to be thin, not from men, but from other women. As a silent or not-so-silent competition, a constant monitoring of who's thinner, comments about it - either compliments or veiled insults doesn't matter - it always drives me nuts. ~ Kate Christensen
350:****NOTE 6-30-2015 --Something weird is going on w/my GR profile. This one isn't attached to INTO THE DIM any more, and the one that is by INTO THE DIM doesn't have any of my friends/comments/info. Not to worry, GR is working on it!! In the meantime...CUPCAKES FOR ALL!!**** ~ Janet B Taylor
351:In her mind’s eye, the days and weeks of her time with Julian at the café returned to her: bits of conversations, strange comments, questions unanswered and topics diverted. A pointillism painting she’d been standing too close to; none of it made sense. Now, if she stepped back… ~ Emma Scott
352:I think all Internet comments should be disengaged. But I kind of live and die by it. It's completely irresistible. It's not like comedy. When I do a podcast or write an episode of TV, I have no feedback for that. That's the only way you know what you're doing is good or bad. ~ Harris Wittels
353:That's why when Peter started talking to me in homeroom this morning, i soaked up his attention like a doughnut dipped in coffee. The fact that his comments have left me soggy and wilted doesn't matter. That's the price you pay when you withdraw to the safety of anonymity ~ Randa Abdel Fattah
354:Sproul. These were discussed in a number of ways by groups of delegates from the Advisory Board and in various partial and plenary sessions at the summit. Furthermore, written comments were solicited and received in considerable numbers. A Draft Committee composed of Drs. Clowney, ~ R C Sproul
355:Stop drifting. You’re not going to re-read your Brief Comments, your Deeds of the Ancient Greeks and Romans, the commonplace books you saved for your old age. Sprint for the finish. Write off your hopes, and if your well-being matters to you, be your own savior while you can. ~ Marcus Aurelius
356:A lot of people say, "Ah, Rush, don't read the comments. You can't. This is loony..." You can't ignore this stuff. These people vote, and they are huge in number, and every social media app you can find from Twitter to Facebook, to LinkedIn, whatever the hell it is, they dominate. ~ Rush Limbaugh
357:The slave-trade and slavery were the economic basis of the French Revolution. ‘Sad irony of human history,’ comments Jaurès. ‘The fortunes created at Bordeaux, at Nantes, by the slave-trade, gave to the bourgeoisie that pride which needed liberty and contributed to human emancipation. ~ C L R James
358:I'm sure you know by now, Jesse Jackson was overheard saying, and I'll put this more delicately, that he wanted to cut Barack Obama's testicles off. And Jesse has been on several news programs the last couple of days, explaining what he meant by those comments. Do you need to explain that? ~ Jay Leno
359:Since Thor wasn't there to creatively cuss, Sam did the honors, muttering a few comments that I doubted her grandparents would've approved of.
"Those are just expressions," I added hastily. "In no way was my friend giving you permission to do...any of those rude and colorful things. ~ Rick Riordan
360:Rather would I have the love songs of romantic ages, rather Don Juan and Madame Venus, rather an elopement by ladder and rope on a moonlight night, followed by the father's curse, mother's moans, and the moral comments of neighbors, than correctness and propriety measured by yardsticks. ~ Emma Goldman
361:There it was again - the perverse refusal to acknowledge my hostility. She seemed to me like some magical lake in a fairy tale: nothing could disturb the mirror-calm of her surface. My snide comments and bitter jokes disappeared soundlessly into her depths, leaving not so much as a ripple. ~ Zo Heller
362:It's really important that we stop body shaming people online and on social media. The rude comments under pictures, comparing women in "who looks better" posts - all that does is force us to judge each other. It only sets us back and women, now more than ever, need to empower each other. ~ Ashley Graham
363:This is old school Drive-By Media treatment: take my comments out of context; play 'em for people on the street; go interview the obligatory feminazi, roll video from 1988 of me, and the end of the story then pops up. This is how to media operated, folks, before their monopoly was broken. ~ Rush Limbaugh
364:Upon further reflection, and after meeting with the President of MSNBC, I have tendered my resignation. It is my sincere hope that all of my colleagues, at this special network, will be allowed to focus on the issues that matter without the distraction of myself or my ill-judged comments. ~ Martin Bashir
365:I knew people would kill to be able to eat whatever they wanted and not gain an ounce- but it wasn't like it didn't irritate me. Maybe I wanted boobs. Waybe I wanted a little junk in my trunk. Maybe I didn't want old ladies to make comments at the grocery store about me starving myself. ~ Nicole Jacquelyn
366:Consider these current rough estimates: Each day, we compose 154 billion e-mails, more than 500 million tweets on Twitter, and over 1 million blog posts and 1.3 million blog comments on WordPress alone. On Facebook, we write about 16 billion words per day. That’s just in the United States: ~ Clive Thompson
367:I don't pay attention. I don't read stuff or message boards because you definitely get affected. You can read a hundred great comments, amazing comments, and have one bad one and that is all you can focus on and it wrecks your day. It says something about negativity and how it draws us somehow. ~ Joan Jett
368:When the weaver bird flies, nobody talks; when the busy bee flies, no one will make comments... But when a human being begins to fly, you begin to hear talks in the town such as "abomination!... where did he get the wings from?". Never mind! Your dreams are your wings, so decide to fly! ~ Israelmore Ayivor
369:It’s starting, Cecilia had thought sadly. She wished she could give Isabel a shield, like the ones riot police held, to protect her from male attention, that feeling of being scored each time you walked down a street, the demeaning comments yelled out of cars, that casual sweep of the eyes. ~ Liane Moriarty
370:My intellect, my wit—I’d forgotten I’d even possessed them, and they were dull and neglected, to be sure. But in the company of others who prized thought over action, laughter over brooding, they blossomed and sharpened. My tongue fairly tripped with sparkling phrases, insightful comments. ~ Melanie Benjamin
371:Presidential campaign observer Teddy White on the second Kennedy-Nixon debate in which the candidates spoke from separate television studios: "It was as if, separated by comments from his adversary, Richard Nixon was more at ease and could speak directly to the nation that lay between them. ~ David Pietrusza
372:Ray, twenty-eight, comments on what it’s like to have a relationship when you compete with screens: “I think the way we’re going, a lot of people are getting the feeling that even though the person they’re with is there, you don’t get the feeling of real connection. You just have information. ~ Sherry Turkle
373:The writer Denise Chávez comments on poor food and what you associate with luxury food items. In fact, she wrote a whole book called A Taco Testimony, and though the title sounds light, it's a heavy book. It's about being working class and what kind of food is available to you that's cheap. ~ Sandra Cisneros
374:I think I'm misunderstood when I post these comments about films. So here is Kate Winslet sitting on - you know, laying on this plank. This ship is down. She let her boyfriend drown. They didn't even try a second time to get him to float on that with her. So I'm angry by that. I think... ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson
375:I was making Marvel Studios movies, Amy Pascal was running Sony. Occasionally, she would share drafts with certain people at the studio and I would read them, and see cuts of the movies. But what I've learned with is that I'm no help whatsoever giving passive comments on other people's projects. ~ Kevin Feige
376:When a couple decides to divorce, they should inform both sets of parents before having a party and telling all their friends. This is not only courteous but practical. Parents may be very willing to pitch in with comments, criticism, and malicious gossip of their own to help the divorce along. ~ P J O Rourke
377:Many jocular comments followed, as did another onslaught of Heil Hitlering. You know, it actually makes me wonder if anyone ever lost an eye or injured a hand or wrist with all of that. You’d only need to be facing the wrong way at the wrong time, or stand marginally too close to another person. ~ Markus Zusak
378:I don't read all the junk. I joke if I did, I wouldn't get out of bed in the morning. But, Sometimes the comments over the top - really ugly. Many of them are critical of my looks, like the one that criticized my "thunder thighs." I get that a lot. Some of the tweets are too vulgar to repeat. ~ Gretchen Carlson
379:all this stuff you’re involved in, it’s all gossip. It’s people talking about each other behind their backs. That’s the vast majority of this social media, all these reviews, all these comments. Your tools have elevated gossip, hearsay and conjecture to the level of valid, mainstream communication. ~ Dave Eggers
380:As when on some secluded branch in forest far and wide sits perched an owl, who, full of self-conceit and self-created wisdom, explains, comments, condemns, ordains and order things not understood, yet full of importance still holds forth to stocks and stones around - so sits and scribbles Mike. ~ Michael Faraday
381:The mere fact that my comments have caused such strong protests, although I'm not a European, and also the fact that I have been compared with certain persons in German history indicates how charged with conflict the atmosphere for research is in your country. Here in Iran you needn't worry. ~ Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
382:When the handsome and confident speaker bounds onto the stage, for example, you can anticipate that the audience will judge his comments more favorably than he deserves. The availability of a diagnostic label for this bias—the halo effect—makes it easier to anticipate, recognize, and understand. ~ Daniel Kahneman
383:Achchan would make these random comments, just interject them into the silence. Like, “Oh! Bob’s Air-Conditioning!” because he’d literally seen a billboard and wanted to talk about it since that was better than what was going on in the car. Sweetie would’ve laughed if she hadn’t been so pissed off. ~ Sandhya Menon
384:Honestly, Tabitha, the sooner your novel is written and published the better,” Claire said crispl, seeing Barney was made uncomfortable by these comments. “No more talking about Barney’s faint. He’s better now – that’s the main thing.”

“Ok- let’s talk about funerals,” Tabitha replied at once. ~ Margaret Mahy
385:I expected Candy to pick a different rental house. The little yellow one always gets positive comments from broads. Instead, she chose the blocky, brick house. It’s the kind of house I’d have picked. Like the fuckwit I’ve become, I take her choice as a sign that she and I are made for each other. “Why ~ Bijou Hunter
386:Margot smiles. “Your comments are always thoughtful and smart. You seem really steady and calm, and not swayed by people’s disagreements and emotions and everything.”
“But I’m too quiet,” Grace says.
“You don’t have to be loud to be a leader,” Margot says. “People respect you. That’s what’s important. ~ Amy Reed
387:Despite obligatory comments about the importance of the middle class and why it should be helped, America’s ruling class doesn’t really care. They’ve moved on, having successfully created through globalization a world where the middle classes in China and India offer them far more opportunities to get rich. ~ Anonymous
388:Ugh. Peeta makes comments like this in such an offhand way, and it's like being hit in the gut. He's only answering my question honestly. He's not pressing me to reply in kind, to make any declaration of love. But I still feel awful, as if I've been using him in some terrible way. Have I? I don't know. ~ Suzanne Collins
389:Facebook’s news feed is a classic multiuser feedback loop. Status updates from producers are served to consumers, whose likes and comments serve as feedback to the producers. The constant flow of value units stimulates still more activity, making the platform increasingly valuable to all participants. ~ Geoffrey G Parker
390:The comments on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter instantly switched from a small, friendly, supportive community to a selection of the loudest, most over-the-top opinions one could imagine. I was a traitor to my species. I was ultra-fuckable. I was a space alien. I was an ultra-fuckable space alien. And so on. ~ Hank Green
391:Glad would he have been to know its fate who wrought it slowly long ago', comments the narrator; and his comment shows that the ancient smith was not glad, did not know, was condemned to defeat and death and oblivion in the barrows. Still, even after thousands of years hope should not be lost; nor relied on. ~ Tom Shippey
392:Briefly, he tried to imagine any of his previous, male secretaries daring to comment on his appearance. It was impossible. In fact, he couldn’t think of anyone, save his current female secretary, who made such impertinent comments to him. Oddly, he found her impertinence endearing. Not that he let it show. ~ Elizabeth Hoyt
393:We started out on the Internet, so I've been reading what people had to say about stuff since we were getting mean comments on iFilm, before we even had our site going. People are really, really rough on the web - that's their right, that's the whole point of it - but sometimes it can be a little bit brutal. ~ Andy Samberg
394:Dear Reader, I hope you’re enjoying our time in Wolf Creek. I certainly am. I appreciate so much all your wonderful comments on the books so far. Lord willing, I’ll keep trying to write about imperfect people who may have lost their way but find it again, stories that uplift and resonate with you in some way. ~ Penny Richards
395:My mother could see that as far as my father's relationship with the Party was concerned, she was an outsider. One day, when she ventured some critical comments about the situation and got no response from him, she said bitterly, "You are a good Communist, but a rotten husband!" My father nodded. He said he knew. ~ Jung Chang
396:We saw, then, journalists and researchers being arrested. And so this is sort of the latest expansion they say - cultural targets where young people gather, where they exchange cultural and political ideas. So that may be one of the reasons, although the government hasn't made any public comments on these raids. ~ Leila Fadel
397:BRANDS ARE LESS IMPORTANT. When information was incomplete and slow, people depended on a brand’s imprimatur for quality assurance. In the book business, the average number of stars on Amazon and the first few comments that strangers have posted are more important and visible on Amazon than the publisher’s name. ~ Guy Kawasaki
398:I’ve been that girl, too big for the clothes in the store, just trying to find something, anything, that fits, while also dealing with the commentary of someone else who means well but can’t help but make pointed, insensitive comments. To be that girl in a clothing store is to be the loneliest girl in the world. I ~ Roxane Gay
399:He's part of my family."

"You don't have a family, Ella."

Although I had made similar comments in the past, it rankled to hear him say it. "We're individuals bound by a pattern of reciprocal obligation," I said. "If a group of chimps in the Amazon can be called a family, I think the Varners qualify. ~ Lisa Kleypas
400:It's one of the reasons [Vladimir Putin invitation to U.S] why 50 national security officials who served in Republican information - in administrations have said that Donald [Trump] is unfit to be the commander- in-chief. It's comments like that that really worry people who understand the threats that we face. ~ Hillary Clinton
401:As children, very few of us have the capacity to fend off demeaning, negating comments, even the ones that are made without malice. Our work as adults is to make the choice to not pass those words on to our kids and to reject cruel or unthinking remarks about ourselves—to flick ’em off our shoulders like dandruff! ~ Chris Gardner
402:So from now on, catch your mind in the act when it tries to hook you with these questions and comments. Then simply refuse to play the game. Thank your mind for trying to waste your time and focus instead on some useful or meaningful activity. You may find it helpful to say, “Thanks, Mind, but I’m not playing today. ~ Russ Harris
403:I had to do a booth for my mom on Saturday. Every time someone from school walked past, I could see them on their cell phones typing so fast the hashtags and troll comments were almost floating above their heads. All because I was stupid enough to think Bennet Miller was interested in the books on my Goodreads list. ~ Amanda Ashby
404:Use # as an introducer for comments. It is good to have a way to embed annotations and comments in data files. It’s best if they’re actually part of the file structure, and so will be preserved by tools that know its format. For comments that are not preserved during parsing, # is the conventional start character. ~ Eric S Raymond
405:Beatbullying's 'The Big March 2012' is such a brilliant campaign and I am very proud to be a part of it. I have been a victim of cyber bullying myself and I know firsthand just how hurtful it can be. People think that they can hide behind computers and send nasty and hurtful comments to people, and this is wrong. ~ Katherine Jenkins
406:My parents always have taught me 'you're good enough'. So, whenever I got bad comments from the judges, or I'd get on the Internet and read what bloggers have written about me, I would get so down, and I would get so sad. The biggest support group was obviously my parents, and I'd call them. And they'd build me up. ~ Carmen Rasmusen
407:She spoke of these with animation, and heard my admiring comments with a smile of pleasure: that soon, however, vanished, and was followed by a melancholy sigh; as if in consideration of the insufficiency of all such baubles to the happiness of the human heart, and their woeful inability to supply its insatiate demands. ~ Anne Bront
408:She also kept the books, logging in how many kids showed up each day, who they were, and any comments they might have. Mike and I averaged $ 9.50 per week over a three-month period. We paid his sister one dollar a week and allowed her to read the comics for free, which she rarely did since she was always studying. ~ Robert T Kiyosaki
409:We sometimes hear people boast about their hurtful behavior: “I know I am outspoken and step on toes, but that's just the way I am!” Such people have never seriously considered the source of their offensive and divisive comments. If they did, they might be shocked to discover they were actually Satan's mouthpieces. ~ Henry T Blackaby
410:Even a whole society,” Marx comments, “a nation, or even all simultaneously existing societies together, are not the owners of the globe. They are only its possessors, its usufructuaries, and like boni patres familias [good fathers of families] they must hand it down to succeeding generations in an improved condition. ~ Terry Eagleton
411:Aside from infrequent comments ("Cheer up, love," or "It's not Hallo'ween"), no one wondered why a teenager was dressed up as a chic governess. Sylvie approved of Miri, even at the same time as she was confused by her. "It's a style at least," she said, and took off her rope of pearls and looped them around Miri's neck. ~ Helen Oyeyemi
412:Marriage is not a priority for me. I'm not saying I'll never do it. It's just not where we are as a family . . . I'll be at home with my man, having a perfectly loving time, and I'll see all these comments on some site about how wrong I am for not being married. I don't feel less loved or less loving because I'm not married. ~ Nia Long
413:Obviously, when I came to do the movie I knew that I was going to have to take my clothes off so I might have worked a little bit harder to keep myself fit. But I think that's the irony of it - you see all these fit and healthy people, and I'm not making any comments on it, but everybody deep down is a f**k up somewhere. ~ Daniel Craig
414:In a sane system, a political article that generated thousands of comments would be an indicator that something went wrong. It means the conversation descended into an unproductive debate about abortion or immigration, or devolved into mere complaining. But in the broken world of the web, it is the mark of a professional. ~ Ryan Holiday
415:Are you prepared to brave the negative reactions, comments, criticisms, and complaints that may arise from owning your authentic self? Can you handle it? Some people can’t. They live without expressing the authenticity of what abides deep within them because the approval of others is more important to them than self-approval. ~ T D Jakes
416:A Man’s life of any worth is a continual allegory, and very few eyes can see the Mystery of his life—a life like the scriptures, figurative—which such people can no more make out than they can the Hebrew Bible. Lord Byron cuts a figure but he is not figurative—Shakspeare led a life of Allegory: his works are the comments on it ~ John Keats
417:Elon is hard-core. He grew up in a tough culture and tough circumstances. He had to become very tough to not only thrive but to conquer the world. He doesn’t want to raise soft overprivileged kids with no direction.” Comments like these seemed to indicate that Justine still admired or at least understood Musk’s strong will.* ~ Ashlee Vance
418:I think that's the real shame: We spent the last 48 hours talking about these disgusting, disgusting comments and disgusting behavior instead of talking about hurricane relief or what's going on in Flint, Michigan. It's just appalling to have to be dealing with such nonsense and such disgusting, you know, criminal speech. ~ Natalie Portman
419:I got comments about being too small, too short, there haven't been any Asian players and who am I to go out there and turn pro before my 16th birthday? And that's all good and fine. People want to have their comments and their opinions. Ultimately, you do what you believe in your heart. I think for me, things turned out OK. ~ Michael Chang
420:A useful decision or choice is to decide to stop mentally talking about everything and refrain from interjecting comments, opinions, preferences, and value statements. It is therefore a discipline to just watch without evaluating, investing worth in, editorializing, commenting, or having preferences about what is witnessed. ~ David R Hawkins
421:If there's an article about sexual assault, if there's a video about feminism on YouTube, you're going to get the most horrible, disgusting comments ever. And sometimes the comments are pornographic, and sometimes the comments are really harassing. So I think that it's kind of a difficult place for women to write sometimes. ~ Jessica Valenti
422:Lewes was waiting, always Lewes, making profound and idiotic comments on everything, and wanting to sit up half the night and reason. Reason! He was sick of reason. He wanted some one he could be romantic with, and sentimental with, and poetic, and—yes, religious with, if he felt like it, without having to feel ashamed. ~ Elizabeth von Arnim
423:To which I’d like to append a variation on Lewis’s Law (“all comments on feminism justify feminism”): the plethora of men attacking women and anyone who stands up for women in order to prove that women are not under attack and feminism has no basis in reality are apparently unaware that they’re handily proving the opposite.  ~ Rebecca Solnit
424:I am open to [the notion of theistic revelation], but not enthusiastic about potential revelation from God. On the positive side, for example, I am very much impressed with physicist Gerald Schroeder's comments on Genesis 1. That this biblical account might be scientifically accurate raises the possibility that it is revelation. ~ Antony Flew
425:If I'm not mistaken, that relationship [of Barack Obama] with Mr.[Bill] Ayers on this board continued after 9/11 and after his reported comments, which were deeply hurtful to people in New York and, I would hope, to every American, because they were published on 9/11, and he said that he was just sorry they hadn't done more. ~ Hillary Clinton
426:History records a great many foolish comments, such as, "it looks perfectly safe,” or “Indians? What Indians?” and Dogger added to the list with an old favourite which has caused more encyclopedias and life insurance policies to be sold than you would have thought possible.
“I suppose,” he said, “that you’d better come in. ~ Terry Pratchett
427:I think her comments - Hillary's Clinton comments just don't get the same attention that Trump's do. For example, she lied to a Gold Star mother. She lied to pre - Patricia Smith, the mother of Sean Smith, who - who was killed at Benghazi, I believe, because of her incompetence, her incompetence in failing to secure that mission. ~ Rudy Giuliani
428:First spouses, I have learned, don't ever really go away--even if you aren't speaking to them anymore. They are phantoms who dwell in the corners of our new love stories, never entirely vanishing from sight, materializing in our minds whenever they please, offering up unwelcome comments or bits of painfully accurate criticism. ~ Elizabeth Gilbert
429:fossil fuels currently in the ground. His comments came in an interview that will air Monday as part of the final episode of Showtime's "Years of Living Dangerously." "Over the course of the next several decades, we’re going to have to build a ramp from how we currently use energy to where we need to use energy," Obama said, according ~ Anonymous
430:Once you understand that everybody's going to get connected, a lot of things follow from that. If everybody gets the Internet, they end up with a browser, so they look at web pages - but they can also leave comments, create web pages. They can even host their own server! So not only is everybody consuming, they can also produce. ~ Marc Andreessen
431:Critical comments by students should be taken in a friendly spirit,” he said. “Accumulation of material should not stifle the student’s independence.” A society’s competitive advantage will come not from how well its schools teach the multiplication and periodic tables, but from how well they stimulate imagination and creativity. ~ Walter Isaacson
432:R—Rules are for a reason, obey them; E—Expect and return common courtesies; S—Show others you care; P—Put a lid on negative comments, even if you have them; E—Exhibit pride in yourself and let others have theirs; C—Consider the effect your words and actions have on others; T—Take what you need but give what others have to have, too. ~ Kathryn Shay
433:She knew how the Chief Inspector preferred decorum at the site of a murder, especially in the presence of the corpse. It was rare. Most murder scenes were filled with smart-ass and often gruesome comments, made by men and women frightened by what they saw, and believing sarcasm and rude remarks kept the monsters at bay. They didn’t. ~ Louise Penny
434:Yeah, I got the instructions straight from Seoras. That and a bunch of smart-ass comments about my education being sadly lacking and something about not knowing my arse from my ear or my elbow, and also something about me being a fanny, and I don't know what the hell that means."
"Fanny? Like a girl's name?"
"I don't think so . . . ~ P C Cast
435:Don't you ever touch my car again," Santangelo says with the same fury he had on his face when Jonah Griggs made
comments about his mother.

Raffy touches the car with her finger in a very dramatic way.

"You've just made our hit list," he says, getting a hanky out of his pocket and cleaning off some imaginary mark. ~ Melina Marchetta
436:Some of the comments that have been uttered about Islam do not reflect the sentiments of my government or the sentiments of most Americans. Islam, as practiced by the vast majority of people, is a peaceful religion, a religion that respects others. Ours is a country based upon tolerance and we welcome people of all faiths in America. ~ George W Bush
437:Absolutists frighten me. During all the endless discussions on my blog about evolution, intelligent design, God, and the afterworld, numbering altogether thousands of comments, I have never named my beliefs, although readers have freely informed me that I am an atheist, and agnostic, or at the very least a secular humanist - which I am. ~ Roger Ebert
438:Not that I wasn’t also having fun. Ripping the Defenders’ arguments to shreds and then reading all the comments agreeing passionately with me and electronically patting me on my cybershoulders was thrilling. It’s so much harder to actually define yourself and work to imagine the best possible future than it is to tear down others’ ideas. ~ Hank Green
439:Whether it's your own material or somebody else's material, it's essential that you identify with it thoroughly. It's like you want to archive it; you want to freeze it in time in terms of your perspective on it, then move on, because folk music is that volatile and comments not only on overall human concerns but also on the specifics. ~ Paul Stookey
440:Somebody said to me after Strive that there are three stages to life: youth, middle age, and ‘you’re looking well’! Sadly, it’s probably true. I found myself getting more ‘you’re looking well’ comments than usual after Strive. But the adventures we do as a family help keep me young, and give me another reason to stay fit and healthy. ~ Richard Branson
441:In the wake of her indispensable textbook, Janet Burroway now offers a splendid and concise guide to the thorny task of revision. Writers, young and old, will feel encouraged and enlightened by this excellent DVD which offers a wonderful range of specific advice and suggestive comments from a group of experienced and thoughtful writers. ~ Margot Livesey
442:Whenever there's an interview with me, I might read it, but I don't read the comments because they're so hateful sometimes. When someone writes something nasty, I just think, "If that's your contribution to my day, I really don't need your impoliteness." I'm lucky that people are very cool with me and I get a lot of love. I appreciate that. ~ Boy George
443:In his book I Ain’t Much, Baby—But I’m All I Got, the psychologist Jess Lair comments: “Praise is like sunlight to the warm human spirit; we cannot flower and grow without it. And yet, while most of us are only too ready to apply to others the cold wind of criticism, we are somehow reluctant to give our fellow the warm sunshine of praise. ~ Dale Carnegie
444:Some of [Donald Trump] comments can be interpreted as potentially reducing the threat of nuclear war. The major threat right now is right on the Russian border. Notice, not the Mexican border, the Russian border. And it's serious. He has made various statements moving towards reducing the tensions, accommodating Russian concerns and so on. ~ Noam Chomsky
445:Still, women’s concerns about safety are frequently the subject of critical comments from the men in their lives. One woman told me of constant ridicule and sarcasm from her boyfriend whenever she discussed fear or safety. He called her precautions silly and asked, “How can you live like that?” To which she replied, “How could I not?” I ~ Gavin de Becker
446:To Miss Cooper
Conscious of the Charming Character which in every Country, and every Clime in Christendom is Cried, Concerning you, with Caution and Care I Commend to your Charitable Criticism this Clever Collection of Curious Comments, which have been Carefully Culled, Collected and Classed by your Comical Cousin
The Author ~ Jane Austen
447:I mean, all this stuff you're involved in, it's all gossip. It's people talking about each other behind their backs. That's the vast majority of this social media, all these reviews, all these comments. Your tools have elevated gossip, hearsay and conjecture to the level of valid, mainstream communication. And besides that, it's fucking dorky. ~ Dave Eggers
448:Piper reads the scripts, and we email a lot. Most of her comments are on the more technical side, like "This wouldn't happen. This is against the rules." She's been extremely respectful of our taking her story, and then veering left with it and taking it in its own direction. But, I always want her involved because she's the mother of all this. ~ Jenji Kohan
449:Incivility can fracture a team, destroying collaboration, splintering members' sense of psychological safety, and hampering team effectiveness. Belittling and demeaning comments, insults, and other rude behavior can deflate confidence, sink trust, and erode helpfulness--even for those who aren't the target of these behaviors.'' -- Christine Porath ~ Bren Brown
450:I mean, all this stuff you're involved in, it's all gossip. It's people talking about each other behind their backs. That's the vast majority of all this social media, all these reviews, all these comments. Your tools have elevated gossip, hearsay and conjecture to the level of valid, mainstream communication. And besides that, it's fucking dorky. ~ Dave Eggers
451:I watched relationships begin and end across those tables, children transferred between divorcees, the guilty relief of those parents who couldn’t face cooking, and the secret pleasure of pensioners at a fried breakfast. All human life came through, and most of them shared a few words with me, trading jokes or comments over the mugs of steaming tea ~ Jojo Moyes
452:The comments you would receive if you wore rouge in public would assuredly not be delicate or inoffensive. People would assume you were a fallen woman. Or worse, an actress.”
Pandora turned to Devon. “Lord Trenear, what do you think?”
“This is one of those times when it’s best for a man to avoid thinking altogether,” he said hastily. ~ Lisa Kleypas
453:Do you think that the day you reach forty you will be any different than you were at thirty-nine or forty-one for that matter? People create little ideas about ages so they can write silly self-help books, stick stupid comments in birthday cards, create names for internet chat rooms and look for excuses for crises that are happening in their life. ~ Cecelia Ahern
454:I once sneered at comments like, “He fell in love,” because I was always taught that love is action. I still believe that. But I now understood what people meant by the expression. You really are just living your everyday life, walking around, and then you trip. Just as you realize what’s happening, you’ve already fallen. It’s too late. ~ James Russell Lingerfelt
455:Most of the jokes that I wrote were funny and there always seems to be an aspect of comedy in my long-form work. I think that's how life is. I think even the more dramatic moments of one's life are often punctuated by very funny comments or situations. I like to say, "Keep your comedy serious and your drama funny, and you'll be pretty true to life." ~ Victor Levin
456:So does anyone have a good survival strategy, or is there no hope for getting out of this nightmare?’ asks the Colonel.

‘We came up with a big, fat zero. I don’t know how we’re going to survive the blood hunt,’ says Dee.

‘That wasn’t the nightmare I was referring to,’ says the Colonel. ‘Death by stupid comments is what I was talking about. ~ Susan Ee
457:So does anyone have a good survival strategy, or is there no hope for getting out of this nightmare?’ asks the Colonel.

���We came up with a big, fat zero. I don’t know how we’re going to survive the blood hunt,’ says Dee.

‘That wasn’t the nightmare I was referring to,’ says the Colonel. ‘Death by stupid comments is what I was talking about. ~ Susan Ee
458:You can't take anything online personally, especially if it is negative. You can have 10 positive comments, but the one negative comment will get to you. I learned you have to stay focused on the people who love and support you.... Remember that hate comments can be a cry for help or attention. I recommend not responding at all, but if you do, be kind. ~ Bethany Mota
459:For every child of an illegal immigrant who's a valedictorian, there's another 100 out there who weigh 130 pounds and they've got calves the size of cantaloupes because they're hauling 75 pounds of marijuana across the desert ( ~ Michael C Burgess
460:If my false figures came near to the facts, this happened merely by chance....These comments are not worth printing. Yet it gives me pleasure to remember how many detours I had to make, along how many walls I had to grope in the darkness of my ignorance until I found the door which lets in the light of truth....In such manner did I dream of the truth. ~ Johannes Kepler
461:Shut up, you fat water buffalo, rolling in the mud of other people's lives, is what she wanted to say. But she bit her tongue and reminded herself of how Mrs. Mahmoud had held her hand through Abdul's birth, which made her think that if she had found strength enough to push him out, she could hold her meanest comments in. At this moment, it seemed harder. ~ Amy Waldman
462:I would not have said anything about Mr. Trump, never - I would never have said anything if he didn't call himself a Christian. It'd be none of my business whatsoever to make any comments about his language, his vulgarities, his slander of people, but I was deeply troubled ... that here's a man who holds up a Bible one day, and calls a lady "bimbo" the next. ~ Max Lucado
463:The tourist debauches the great monuments of antiquity, a comic figure, always inapt in his comments, incongruous in his appearance; ...avarice and deceit attack him at every step; the shops that he patronizes are full of forgeries... But we need feel no scruple or twinge of uncertainty; 'we' are travelers and cosmopolitans; the tourist is the other fellow. ~ Evelyn Waugh
464:If my false figures came near to the facts, this happened merely by chance ... These comments are not worth printing. Yet it gives me pleasure to remember how many detours I had to make, along how many walls I had to grope in the darkness of my ignorance until I found the door which lets in the light of the truth ... In such manner did I dream of the truth. ~ Johannes Kepler
465:That’s what’s so difficult about Jesus’ call to love others. On one level, it’s easy to love God, because God doesn’t smell. God doesn’t have bad breath. God doesn’t reward kindness with evil. God doesn’t make berating comments. Loving God is easy, in this sense. But Jesus really let us have it when he attached our love for God with our love for other people. ~ Gary L Thomas
466:There are two kinds of comments that I get. One is, oh, you're such a natural up there, and the other one is, you're working hard up there. And the ones who say I'm working hard are teachers, they're the educators; they're the people who are the performers. It's a huge investment of my psycho-emotional energy to pull that off and to make it look smooth. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson
467:I know a number of people who - from the comments they make - are going to vote for [Donald] Trump when that curtain closes. But let's keep it real honest here: They are voting for a xenophobic, anti-Latino white supremacist - don't try to pretty it up. This is now the age when people want to be white supremacists, but they don't actually want to be known for it. ~ Junot Diaz
468:Ok now--I don't read "all the time." Remember, that these ratings are over quite a while. I'll try to put in some comments over what I've been reading lately. I like Vince Flynn's spy/thrillers. Also, check out Umberto Eco's one "On Beauty"--not the precise title, but great art/comments. Also, Sophie's World if you like a pretty unusual story with philosophy mixed in. ~ Umberto Eco
469:Unfortunately, Trump has showed hateful inclinations toward many, many groups. Many groups. The most obvious: undocumented immigrants and Muslims. His comments that I've seen that he's made about Jewish people, about black people - they're all very troubling to me - even though he sort of said, "Oh, I distance myself from hate and don't do any of this hating stuff." ~ Barbara Boxer
470:For Martin Schulz, the chancellor candidate for the center-left Social Democrats, friendly wishes don't go far enough. He would like to see much more enthusiastic support for Emmanuel Macron than that shown by Chancellor Angela Merkel, whose comments so far have tended to be reserved. As she put it, she doesn't see a need to change her policies because of Macron. ~ Wolfgang Schauble
471:As painful and destructive as they are, the hateful comments allow us to map the underlying beliefs of many people in a way we've never been able to before. It's almost as if all of the negativity and misogyny needs to come to the surface so we can fully understand what it is, and how deep it goes, before we can begin to shift it. Of course, I wish it weren't there. ~ Monica Lewinsky
472:Readers like SapphicDerrida, who reeled off statistics and used words like “reify” in their comments, made Ifemelu nervous, eager to be fresh and to impress, so that she began, over time, to feel like a vulture hacking into the carcasses of people’s stories for something she could use. Sometimes making fragile links to race. Sometimes not believing herself. ~ Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
473:So, let's make a deal: If you do not voice all the withering comments about the weight or uselessness of this jacket that are no doubt swirling in that big brain of yours, then I will not mention the super-laser episode again. Agreed?" This jacket is really cutting into my shoulders, thought Artemis. And it's so heavy that I could not outrun a slug. But he said, "Agreed. ~ Eoin Colfer
474:The little girl feels that her body is escaping her, that it is no longer the clear expression of her individuality: it becomes foreign to her; and at the same moment she is grasped by others as a thing: on the street, eyes follow her, her body is subject to comments; she would like to become invisible; she is afraid of becoming flesh and afraid to show her flesh. ~ Simone de Beauvoir
475:Mrs. Baker's social manner was almost robotlike in its perfection. All her comments and remarks were natural, normal, everyday currency, but one had a suspicion that the whole thing was like an actor playing a part for perhaps the seven hundredth time. It was an automatic performance, completely divorced from what Mrs. Baker might really have been thinking or feeling. ~ Agatha Christie
476:A group of national security experts, military intelligence experts, issued a very concerning statement about Senator Bernie Sanders's views on foreign policy and national security, pointing out some of the comments he has made on these issues, such as inviting Iranian troops into Syria to try to resolve the conflict there; putting them right at the doorstep of Israel. ~ Hillary Clinton
477:Henry never attempted to pester her when she was thus. His attitude was Asquithian, and he knew she appreciated him for his patience. She did not know he was learning that virtue from her father. “Relax, son,” Atticus had told him in one of his rare comments on her. “Don’t push her. Let her go at her own speed. Push her and every mule in the county’d be easier to live with. ~ Harper Lee
478:So, let's make a deal: If you do not voice all the withering comments about the weight or uselessness of this jacket that are no doubt swirling in that big brain of yours, then I will not mention the super-laser episode again. Agreed?"
This jacket is really cutting into my shoulders, thought Artemis. And it's so heavy that I could not outrun a slug.
But he said, "Agreed. ~ Eoin Colfer
479:In the early years of the show, I had earned a reputation as the prankster who planted stink bombs under the audience seats, greased doorknobs and hid crew members’ cars in bushes. I initiated practical jokes, laughter, ribbing and the sarcastic comments that flew around stage like the evil monkeys on The Wizard of Oz. My fellow cast members affectionately named me “Devil Boy. ~ Kirk Cameron
480:There's a story about how the program is organized, there's a story about the context in which the program is expected to operate. And one would hope that there will be something about the program, whether it's block comments at the start of each routine or an overview document that comes separately or just choices of variable names that will somehow convey those stories to you. ~ Guy Steele
481:If we have a Democratic Senate I think the Republican Party will wake up to the reality that their opposition to comprehensive immigration reform with a path to citizenship is a losing proposition. That Donald Trump's inflammatory rhetoric and derogatory comments do not really work in a national election. And I think we'll have a better chance to actually get something done. ~ Hillary Clinton
482:The public discourse on global warming has little in common with the standards of scientific discourse. Rather, it is part of political discourse where comments are made to secure the political base and frighten the opposition rather than to illuminate issues. In political discourse, information is to be 'spun' to reinforce pre-existing beliefs, and to discourage opposition. ~ Richard Lindzen
483:16 December. In his book The Poetics of Space (1958) the critic and philosopher Gaston Bachelard quotes the advice of a dictionary of botany: ‘Reader, study the periwinkle in detail, and you will see how detail increases an object’s stature.’ ‘To use a magnifying glass’, Bachelard comments a little later, ‘is to pay attention.’ (From The Man with a Blue Scarf by Martin Gayford.) ~ Alan Bennett
484:She made only one educational stipulation: religious instruction. Unlike Aziz, who was racked by ambiguity, she had remained devout. 'You have your Hummingbird,' she told him, 'but I, whatsitsname, have the Call of God. A better noise, whatsitsname, than that man's hum.' It was one of her rare political comments… and then the day arrived when Aziz threw out the religious tutor. ~ Salman Rushdie
485:People who make snide comments to authors like "anyone can write a book" or "well, you did it, so obviously I can/it can't be that hard" or poke at a book because it's "romance" or "genre fiction" and act like that somehow makes it substandard because they don't read it... well, ok, go ahead. Write a bestseller. Don't forget to go through the correct edit process. We'll wait. ~ Michelle M Pillow
486:Today, I wanted to spend some time reading and responding to comments of fans on my Facebook page. Yes, there are great comments, but there are also a lot of people who are very opinionated and judgmental. So, initially, when I read these judgmental comments, I don't feel vulnerable, but rather I get defensive. But once I get past that anger, it sort of becomes hurt. It becomes pain. ~ Matisyahu
487:the Internet has a disinhibition effect: you can be ruder to someone electronically than you would be in a face-to-face encounter, since the exchange has been depersonalised. Read any Comments section on the Web, and you will see what this means: the replacement of reason by anger, and argument by vilification. Civility is dying, and when it dies, civilisation itself is in danger. ~ Jonathan Sacks
488:When faced with the myth, the questions to ask are not about women's faces and bodies but about the power relations of the situation. Who is this serving? Who says? Who profits? When someone discusses a woman's appearance to her face, she can ask herself, is it that person's business? Are the power relations equal? Would she feel comfortable making the same personal comments in return? ~ Naomi Wolf
489:After discussion and careful review of her answers, there was nothing in her comments that we could prove was a lie beyond a reasonable doubt. There was no moment when investigators caught her in a lie. She did not at any point confess wrongdoing or indicate that she knew what she had done with her emails was wrong. Whether we believed her or not, we had no significant proof otherwise. ~ James Comey
490:A lot of the letters that are coming in - a lot of them are queries or comments - are one sentence long... These are from Twitter. And if you look at the nature of those one sentence letters, most of the time it's something that came to somebody's mind - somebody walking down the street had a thought and sent it out. If they thought about it for two minutes they would not have sent it. ~ Noam Chomsky
491:Mr Draghi’s comments have increased the chance of outright quantitative easing as the next step for ECB policy,” said Michael Gapen, an economist at Barclays. “However, we believe the bar for outright QE remains high and is contingent on deflation and governments’ willingness to co-operate – the ECB does not want QE to be a substitute for government action, especially on structural reforms. ~ Anonymous
492:We need to enhance our complexions,” Pandora protested.
“It won’t do any harm,” Cassandra chimed in. “The bottle says that Bloom of Rose is ‘delicate and inoffensive’…It’s written right there, you see?”
“The comments you would receive if you wore rouge in public would assuredly not be delicate or inoffensive. People would assume you were a fallen woman. Or worse, an actress. ~ Lisa Kleypas
493:It didn’t take Celeste long to realize that this was going to be the sort of book club where the book was secondary to the proceedings. She felt a mild disappointment. She’d been looking forward to talking about the book. She’d even, embarrassingly, prepared for book club, like a good little lawyer, marking up a few pages with Post-it notes and writing a few pithy comments in the margins. ~ Liane Moriarty
494:Playing Dead is a compelling book—a true page-turner. Smart, strong, and protective of her children, Monique was barraged with snide comments and criticism, yet had no idea that this was verbal abuse and never suspected its extreme escalation. Every chapter compels the reader forward to what's next."—Patricia Evans, author of The Verbally Abusive Relationship, Controlling People, and more. ~ Patricia Evans
495:elected leaders can’t get along at all. Hateful comments have become normal in Washington, and that’s made for some of our greatest disappointments. In their personal lives and businesses, average Americans have to work with people they don’t necessarily agree with all the time—but they can set that aside, be constructive, and get results. So, they ask, why can’t Members of Congress do the same? ~ Dana Perino
496:Kristen is really focused and really quiet, as an actress. She just does her thing, but she's cool. I like her. I know a lot of people have mixed comments about her, but I think she's a rad person. She's just focused on what she's doing, as an actress, and she wants to pick the right roles, and she's committed to her craft. She's really cool. We got along. There weren't any tensions or anything. ~ Tinsel Korey
497:Start listening to what you say. Are your comments and ideas negative? You aren't going become positive if you always say negative things. Do you hear yourself say"I could never do that","I never have any luck","I never get things right". Wow - that's negative self-talk! Try saying"I am going to do that","I am so lucky""I always try to get things right". Can you hear how much better that sounds? ~ James Arthur
498:He had first been excited by Facebook, ghosts of old friends suddenly morphing to life with wives and husbands and children, and photos trailed by comments. But he began to be appalled by the air of unreality, the careful manipulation of images to create a parallel life, pictures that people had taken with Facebook in mind, placing in the background the things of which they were proud. ~ Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
499:I've always taken any sort of audible response as a compliment, and I always understand it is our consumers' right and privilege to say whatever people want at our events. So as long as there's no silence, I'll keep being excited. But that stuff in the arenas is one thing. The comments on the internet - the obnoxious, visceral comments - are baffling to me. I just don't know why that's the way it is. ~ John Cena
500:Let us consider how our lack of love, indifference to the needs and feelings of others, even sharp comments and hasty judgments that are often excused as being honest and straightforward, are thwarting the effect of the influence of the Holy Spirit on others. Manifestations of temper and touchiness and irritation, feelings of bitterness and estrangement, have their root in nothing but pride. Pride ~ Andrew Murray


   63 Integral Yoga
   9 Psychology
   6 Occultism
   6 Fiction
   5 Poetry
   4 Education
   3 Philosophy
   3 Christianity
   1 Science
   1 Mythology
   1 Alchemy

   47 The Mother
   38 Satprem
   10 Sri Aurobindo
   6 Carl Jung
   5 Nolini Kanta Gupta
   5 Jordan Peterson
   5 H P Lovecraft
   5 George Van Vrekhem
   2 Nirodbaran
   2 Jorge Luis Borges
   2 Aleister Crowley
   2 A B Purani

   7 Agenda Vol 04
   6 Agenda Vol 11
   5 Preparing for the Miraculous
   5 Maps of Meaning
   5 Lovecraft - Poems
   5 Agenda Vol 03
   4 The Secret Doctrine
   4 Questions And Answers 1950-1951
   4 On Education
   4 Agenda Vol 10
   4 Agenda Vol 07
   3 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 07
   3 Aion
   3 Agenda Vol 06
   2 Twelve Years With Sri Aurobindo
   2 Selected Fictions
   2 Questions And Answers 1956
   2 Mysterium Coniunctionis
   2 Magick Without Tears
   2 Labyrinths
   2 Evening Talks With Sri Aurobindo
   2 Agenda Vol 13
   2 Agenda Vol 05

0.00 - Introduction, #A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah, #Israel Regardie, #Occultism
  In 1932, at the suggestion of Thomas Burke, the novelist, I submitted my manuscript to one of his publishers, Messrs. Constable in London. They were unable to use it, but made some encouraging comments and advised me to submit it to Riders. To my delight and surprise, Riders published it, and throughout the years the reaction it has had indicated other students found it also fulfilled their need for a condensed and simplified survey of such a vast subject as the Qabalah.

01.11 - Aldous Huxley: The Perennial Philosophy, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   A similar compilation was published in the Arya, called The Eternal Wisdom (Les Paroles ternelles, in French) a portion of which appeared later on in book-form: that was more elaborate, the contents were arranged in such a way that no comments were needed, they were self-explanatory, divided as they were in chapters and sections and subsections with proper headings, the whole thing put in a logical and organised sequence. Huxley's compilation begins under the title of the Upanishadic text "That art Thou" with this saying of Eckhart: "The more God is in all things, the more He is outside them. The more He is within, the more without". It will be interesting to note that the Arya compilation too starts with the same idea under the title "The God of All; the God who is in All", the first quotation being from Philolaus, "The Universe is a Unity".The Eternal Wisdom has an introduction called "The Song of Wisdom" which begins with this saying from the Book of Wisdom: "We fight to win sublime Wisdom; therefore men call us warriors".

1.00a - Introduction, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  As it is difficult for you to come to Town except at rare and irregular intervals, may I suggest a plan which has previously proved very useful, and that is a weekly letter. Eliphas Lvi did this with the Baron Spedalieri, and the correspondence is one of the most interesting of his works. You ask such questions as you wish to have answered, and I answer them to the best of my ability. I, of course, add spontaneous remarks which may be elicited by my observations on your progress and the perusal of your magical diary. This, of course, should be written on one side of the paper only, so that the opposite page is free for comments, and an arrangement should be made for it to be inspected at regular intervals.

1.00b - INTRODUCTION, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  derives its authority from an authority other than itself. This book, then, is an
  anthology, with explanatory comments, of passages drawn from the Shruti and Smriti
  of many times and places. Unfortunately, familiarity with traditionally hallowed

1.00 - PREFACE - DESCENSUS AD INFERNOS, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  The voice applied such comments to almost every phrase I spoke.
  I couldnt understand what to make of this. I knew the source of the commentary was part of me I

1.01 - Adam Kadmon and the Evolution, #Preparing for the Miraculous, #George Van Vrekhem, #unset
  body of the creative Deity, from his head, arms, thighs and
  feet. To us, he comments, this is merely a poetical image.
  As if this were all, as if the men of those days would have
  stupid or insane (or wicked, but Id rather not consider
  that). Alister McGrath comments on this attitude: Some
  might draw the conclusion that Darwinism encourages

1.01 - MAPS OF EXPERIENCE - OBJECT AND MEANING, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  revealed in the form of the way (as in the American Way of Life). The great literary critic Northrop
  Frye comments upon the idea of the way, as it manifests itself in literature and religious writing:
  Following a narrative is closely connected with the central literary metaphor of the journey, where we

1.02 - MAPS OF MEANING - THREE LEVELS OF ANALYSIS, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  The comm and of my lips shall not return, ... it shall not be changed.239
  Alexander Heidel who provided the translation of the Enuma elish cited here comments:
  Marduk demands supreme and undisputed authority as the price for risking his life in combat with
  served this imitated heaven as the imitator of Marduk, at least insofar as he was conservative, just,
  courageous and creative. Eliade comments on the sacrality of the Mesopotamian sovereign, and describes
  the rituals designed to maintain that sacrality:
  Egyptians as the ability to put order (Ma at) in the place of Chaos.266 Eliade comments:
  ... it is these same terms that are used of Tut-ankh-Amon when he restored order after the heresy of

1.02 - The Three European Worlds, #The Ever-Present Origin, #unset, #Psychology
  Perspectivation, let us remember, also includes a reduction; and this reductive nature is evident, for instance, in perspectival man's predominantly visual or sight orientation in contrast to unperspectival man's audial or hearing orientation. The basis of the perspectival world view is the visual pyramid; the two lines extend from the eyes and meet at the object viewed. The image formed by the isolated sector includes the subject, the object, and the space in between. Pierodella Francesca clearly expresses this in his remark: "The first is the eye that sees; the second, the object seen; the third, the distance between the one and the other." On this Panofsky comments: "It [perspective] furnished a place for the human form to unfold in a life-like manner and move mimically [which is equivalent to the discovery of space]; but it also enabled light to spread and diffuse in space [the illumination of space is the emergence of spatial awareness] and permitted considerable freedom in the treatment of the human body. Perspective provides a distance between man and objects." Such detachment is always a sign of an emergent objectifying consciousness and of the liberation of previously innate potentialities that are subsequently rediscovered and realized in the outer world.

1.03 - Preparing for the Miraculous, #Preparing for the Miraculous, #George Van Vrekhem, #unset
  on the Way, pp. 148 ff.66
  Nonetheless one has yet to read reflections or comments on
  it in the Aurobindian literature, where the existence of the

1.03 - THE ORPHAN, THE WIDOW, AND THE MOON, #Mysterium Coniunctionis, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  [24] This motif of wounding is taken up by Honorius of Autun in his commentary on the Song of Songs.166 Thou hast wounded my heart, my sister, my spouse; thou hast wounded my heart with one of thy eyes, and with one hair of thy neck (DV).167 The sponsa says (1 : 4): I am black, but comely, and (1 : 5) Look not upon me because I am black, because the sun hath scorched me. This allusion to the nigredo was not missed by the alchemists.168 But there is another and more dangerous reference to the bride in 6 : 4f.: Thou art beautiful, O my love, as Tirzah, comely as Jerusalem, terrible as an army with banners. Turn away thine eyes from me, for they have overcome me . . . 10: Who is this that looketh forth as the rising dawn [quasi aurora consurgens],169 fair as the moon, bright as the sun, terrible as an army with banners?170 The bride is not only lovely and innocent, but witch-like and terrible, like the side of Selene that is related to Hecate. Like her, Luna is all-seeing, an all-knowing eye.171 Like Hecate she sends madness, epilepsy, and other sicknesses. Her special field is love magic, and magic in general, in which the new moon, the full moon, and the moons darkness play a great part. The animals assigned to herstag, lion, and cock 172are also symbols of her male partner in alchemy. As the chthonic Persephone her animals, according to Pythagoras, are dogs,173 i.e., the planets. In alchemy Luna herself appears as the Armenian bitch.174 The sinister side of the moon plays a considerable role in classical tradition.
  [25] The sponsa is the dark new moonin Christian interpretation the Church in the nuptial embrace 175and this union is at the same time a wounding of the sponsus, Sol or Christ. Honorius comments on Thou hast wounded my heart as follows:
  By heart is signified love, which is said to be in the heart, and the container is put in the place of the contained; and this metaphor is taken from the lover who loves his beloved exceeding much, so that his heart is wounded with love. So was Christ upon the cross wounded for love of his Church:176 Thou didst first wound my heart when I was scourged for thy love, that I might make thee my sister. . . . Again thou didst wound my heart with one of thine eyes177 when, hanging upon the cross, I was wounded for love of thee, that I might make thee my bride to share my glory.178

1.03 - To Layman Ishii, #Beating the Cloth Drum Letters of Zen Master Hakuin, #unset, #Psychology
   burners lying forgotten in the back of an old mausoleum; and if later they do decide they want to attain the Way, they spend all their time in silent sitting. Such people are dead otters this year, they're dead otters next year, and fifteen years later, with white hair and yellow teeth, bad eyes and failing ears, they're still dead otters. Should one of them later acquire students and the students followed their teacher's instructions obediently, accepting silent sitting as ultimate and devoting themselves to practicing it, then if five of them get together and practiced, you would have five dead otters; if there were eight, you would have eight dead otters. Not only would they never be able to benefit others, but they would never be able to save themselves either. No matter how many years they spent sitting silently like this in weed-infested nooks and corners, they would always remain incapable of breaking out of the dark cavern of their old views" (A Record of Sendai's comments on the Poems of Cold Mountain, ch. 1, 61-62).

1.04 - Te Shan Carrying His Bundle, #The Blue Cliff Records, #Yuanwu Keqin, #Zen
  patchrobed monk. Since Hsueh Tau immersed himself in this
  case and penetrated through it, he puts down three comments
  at those impenetrable, misleading places, then picks them up

1.04 - THE APPEARANCE OF ANOMALY - CHALLENGE TO THE SHARED MAP, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  captured implicitly inside the images you manipulate.394
  Jerome Bruners comments on triggers are equally apropos here. He gives the following sentences as
  examples: Trigger: John saw/didnt see the chimera. Presupposition: There exists a chimera. Trigger:
  emerges in a manner that demands a qualitative adjustment in adaptive strategy: the revaluation of past,
  present and future, and acceptance of the suffering and confusion this necessarily entails. Kuhn comments
  on the effect (and affect) of emergent and persistent unknown in the domain of science. The pattern he
  of conflicting affect the clash of opposites, in Jungian terms subjugates him or her to unbearable
  cognitive, emotional and moral conflict. Nietzsches comments on Hamlet, sicklied oer by the pale cast
  of thought, are relevant in this context:
  with its procreative and rejuvenating power). The dyad of tree and serpent comprises an exceedingly
  widespread motif of mythology, and manifests itself as well as a literary theme. Fryes comments on
  Melvilles Moby Dick are relevant here. Moby Dick is a great white whale, who lives in the depths of the

1.04 - The Gods of the Veda, #Vedic and Philological Studies, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  The statement of a few principal details of the Vedic system according to the theory I wish to suggest, a simple enumeration without comments, may help the reader to find his way through the following pages.

1.04 - What Arjuna Saw - the Dark Side of the Force, #Preparing for the Miraculous, #George Van Vrekhem, #unset
  been written about it, but its true significance is to be found
  in the sparse comments and statements by Sri Aurobindo
  and the Mother, providing us with a glimpse of the crucial

1.05 - Christ, A Symbol of the Self, #Aion, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  throne, and all the host of heaven standing beside him on his
  right hand and on his left." The midrash comments: "Is there
  right and left on high? This means that the intercessors stand

1.05 - THE HOSTILE BROTHERS - ARCHETYPES OF RESPONSE TO THE UNKNOWN, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  through the (purgatorial) desert where they act in accordance with procedures he establishes to (earthly)
  paradise itself, the Promised Land of milk and honey. Frye comments:
  The Biblical pattern for the purgatorial vision is the Exodus narrative, which is in three major parts.
  revolutionary restructuring of the axioms of Western morality.
  Christ has long been considered implicitly contained in the Old Testament. Frye comments:
  of the resurrection. The Gospels present Christ in a form that fits this pre-Gospel conception of him: not
  in a biographical form but as a discontinuous sequence of appearances in which Jesus comments on the
  Old Testament as a series of past events, laws and images coming permanently alive in the Messianic
  children, a rule is a sacred reality because it is traditional; for the older ones it depends upon mutual
  agreement.567 Joseph Rychlak comments:
  Younger children also are much harsher in assigning punishment to those who break the rules. They
  philosophers and mate Thabritius with Beya, his two children whom he has hatched in his brain.635
  Jung comments:
  Thabritius is the masculine, spiritual principle of light and Logos which, like the Gnostic Nous, sinks
  Eliade comments: When Horus descended into the otherworld and resuscitated Osiris, he bestowed on him the
  power of knowing. Osiris was an easy victim because he did not know, he had no knowledge of Seths true
  see Jung, C.G. (1978a) for a complete work on the topic of prophecy; also Jungs prescient comments (1918) on the
  Blond Beast [Jung, C.G. (1978a). pp. 3-28].
  Socrates comments on the internal oracle are of interest here. He states, in The Apology, after (voluntarily)
  accepting his sentence of death:
  Eliade comments.: see [Eliade, M. (1978a), pp. 154-155] for other citations on the philosophical incest. The
  acrostic constructed by Basil Valentine with the term vitriol underscores the implacable necessity of the decensus ad
  Eliade comments: Liber Platonis quartorum (of which the Arabic original cannot be later than the tenth century),
  cited in [Eliade, M. (1978a). p. 158]. One will find the same doctrine among the Chinese alchemists [see Eliade, M.
  Eliade comments: According to Basil Valentine, evil must become the same as good. Starkey describes the stone
  as the reconciliation of Contraries, a making of friendship between enemies [Eliade, M. (1978a). p. 166]. [Eliade,
  Eliade comments: [see Multhauf, R.P. (1967), p. 135 and following]. [Eliade, M. (1985). p. 257, footnote 92].
  Eliade comments: [see Eliade, M. (1978a). p. 51]. [Eliade, M. (1985). p. 257, footnote 93].
  Eliade comments: We have discussed the consequences of this Promethean gesture, in [Eliade, M. (1978a). pp.
  169-178]. [Eliade, M. (1985). p. 257, footnote 94].
  Eliade comments. Even in the eighteenth century, the leamed did not question the growth of minerals. They asked
  themselves, however, whether alchemy could assist nature in this process, and above all whether those alchemists who
  Eliade comments: [Dobbs, B.J.T. (1975). p. 90], citing the article of E. McGuire & P. M. Rattansi, Newton and the
  Pipes of Pan, pp. 108-43. [In Eliade, M. (1985). p. 260, footnote 104].
  Eliade comments: [Westfall, R.S. (1971), pp. 377-391; Dobbs, R.J.T. (1975), p. 211)]." [In Eliade, M. (1985). p.
  260, footnote 104].

1.05 - War And Politics, #Twelve Years With Sri Aurobindo, #Nirodbaran, #Integral Yoga
  These two long extracts are enoughto show clearly Sri Aurobindo's vision of the play of forces, how they try through the use of human instruments to fulfil their purpose and also what Sri Aurobindo's part was in this mysterious play. I shall now give some extracts from our talks to demonstrate Sri Aurobindo's close watch on the trend of the War, his comments on the military movements of the contending parties, sometimes his anticipation of their strategic moves and the consequences that would ensue, or his own suggestions about the courses that could be followed. And all this came enlivened with a sense of quiet humour that made the grimness of the War itself appear light, even an enjoyable game of forces.

1.06 - Being Human and the Copernican Principle, #Preparing for the Miraculous, #George Van Vrekhem, #unset
  ing sprung from the body of the creative Deity, from his
  head, arms, thighs and feet. To us, he comments, this is
  merely a poetical image, but to the seers among the ancient

1.06 - The Breaking of the Limits, #On the Way to Supermanhood, #Satprem, #Integral Yoga
  Armed with these two rules, firmly established in his sunlit position, that quiet clearing, the seeker of the new world moves within a greater self, perhaps infinite, which embraces this street and these beings and all the little gestures of the hour; he moves steadily on, as though carried by a great rhythm, which also carries the beings and things around him, the thousands of encounters sprung from nowhere and disappearing into the distance; he looks at this little walking shadow, which seems to have walked so long, walked for many lives perhaps, repeated the same small gestures, stumbled here and there, exchanged the same comments on the mood of the times; and it all seems so similar, so mixed with sweetness that this street and these beings and passing encounters seem to be cast from the same mold, issued from the depths of night, recalled from the same identical story, under the sky of Egypt or India or Vermont, today, yesterday or five thousand years ago and what has really changed? There is a little being walking with his fire of truth, his fire of need, so intense amid the turmoil of time a fire is perhaps the only thing that is truly he, a call of being from the depths of time, an unchanging cry amid the immense flow of things. And what is he calling for, this being; what is he crying for? Is he not in that vast and growing sunlight, in that rhythm carrying everything? He is and he is not. He has one foot in an untroubled eternity and the other stumbling and groping in the dark the other in a little self of fire yearning to fill this second of time, this empty gesture, this step among thousands of similar steps, with a fullness of true existence as complete as all the millennia put together, with as unfailing an exactness as the crisscrossing of the stars above our heads; yearning for everything to be true, true, completely true and filled with meaning, in this enormous whirlwind of vanity; yearning for this line he crosses, this street he goes down, this hand he extends, this word he utters to be linked to the great flowing of the worlds, to the rhythm of the stars, to the lines, the countless lines that furrow this universe and form a total song, a truth filled with the whole and each fragment of the whole. So he looks at all these little passing things, he fills them with his fire of entreaty, he looks and looks at that little truth everywhere as if it were going to burst out, forced into being by his fire.

1.08 - Attendants, #Twelve Years With Sri Aurobindo, #Nirodbaran, #Integral Yoga
  Sri Aurobindo (smiling): How do I know?...I was only making comments on your statements.

1.08 - Independence from the Physical, #Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness, #Satprem, #Integral Yoga
  Three comments might be made. First, because of a rather amusing lack of experience this boy was trying to reenter his body "through the legs"; no wonder he had trouble! It is generally through the heart center that one leaves and reenters. One can also go out through the top of the head, but this is scarcely recommended. When yogis leave their bodies for good (what is called iccha-mrityu in India, or willed death), they go out through the top of the head. Secondly, during the exteriorization,
  the body grows cold, and the circulation is reduced to a minimum; this temperature drop can even become complete catalepsy with all the outer signs of death,

1.09 - The Ambivalence of the Fish Symbol, #Aion, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  182 He comments: "It is remarkable that the two adjectives brh
  and 'qltn are the ones which qualify, in Isaiah 27 : 1, a particu-

1.11 - The Kalki Avatar, #Preparing for the Miraculous, #George Van Vrekhem, #unset
  been much more controversial than that of Sri Aurobindo.
  From the beginning there were comments on the fact that Sri
  Aurobindo had taken her (and Dorothy Hodgson) into his

1.14 - The Structure and Dynamics of the Self, #Aion, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  37 8 He comments: "A is the inside, as it were the origin and
  source from which the other letters flow, and likewise the final
  As the picture shows, the four spheres are filled with fire.
  The author comments with the following verses:
  81 Vigenere comments: "The intelligible fire of the world: is all light. The heavenly
  fire: partakes of heat and light. The elemental fire: less in light, heat, and glow.
  Kircher comments that whereas the senses affect only the
  body, the first three unities are objects of understanding. So if

1.19 - Tabooed Acts, #The Golden Bough, #unset, #Psychology
  king. I will now enumerate some of these royal rules or taboos,
  offering on each of them such comments and explanations as may serve
  to set the original intention of the rule in its proper light.

1.22 - ON THE GIFT-GIVING VIRTUE, #Thus Spoke Zarathustra, #Friedrich Nietzsche, #Philosophy
  opening lines of the final chorus in Goethe's Faust is taken
  up again in the chapter "On Poets" (see comments, p. 81 ).
  But the lines immediately following in praise of impermanence and creation are thoroughly in the spirit of Goethe.

1.45 - Unserious Conduct of a Pupil, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  Here pops us Zola again this time he says J'Accuse! Today's Hexagram for me is No. X. L, the Tiger: and the Duke of Chau comments on the last line as follows: "The sixth line, undivided, tells us to look at the whole course that is trodden, and examine the presage which that gives. If it be complete and without failure, there will be great good fortune." O.K.; Let's!

15.09 - One Day More, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 05, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Once, asked about the liberation of India, sometime in 1915 when India was completely in bondage, she answered without the least hesitation: "India is free". She did not say "India will be free", she said simply "India is free" as though stating an actual fact. The physical fact however came about in the year 1947, that is to say, 32 years after the thing happened in the subtle world. Mother comments that is the exact image of the resistance to the manifestation, the physical realisation.


--- Overview of noun comment

The noun comment has 3 senses (first 2 from tagged texts)
1. (24) remark, comment, input ::: (a statement that expresses a personal opinion or belief or adds information; "from time to time she contributed a personal comment on his account")
2. (6) comment, commentary ::: (a written explanation or criticism or illustration that is added to a book or other textual material; "he wrote an extended comment on the proposal")
3. gossip, comment, scuttlebutt ::: (a report (often malicious) about the behavior of other people; "the divorce caused much gossip")

--- Overview of verb comment

The verb comment has 3 senses (first 2 from tagged texts)
1. (23) comment, notice, remark, point out ::: (make or write a comment on; "he commented the paper of his colleague")
2. (1) comment ::: (explain or interpret something)
3. gloss, comment, annotate ::: (provide interlinear explanations for words or phrases; "He annotated on what his teacher had written")

--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun comment

3 senses of comment                          

Sense 1
remark, comment, input
   => statement
     => message, content, subject matter, substance
       => communication
         => abstraction, abstract entity
           => entity

Sense 2
comment, commentary
   => statement
     => message, content, subject matter, substance
       => communication
         => abstraction, abstract entity
           => entity

Sense 3
gossip, comment, scuttlebutt
   => report, account
     => informing, making known
       => speech act
         => act, deed, human action, human activity
           => event
             => psychological feature
               => abstraction, abstract entity
                 => entity

--- Hyponyms of noun comment

3 senses of comment                          

Sense 1
remark, comment, input
   => ad-lib
   => courtesy
   => gambit, ploy
   => obiter dictum, passing comment
   => mention, reference
   => observation, reflection, reflexion
   => rib
   => wisecrack, crack, sally, quip
   => shot, shaft, slam, dig, barb, jibe, gibe
   => conversation stopper, stopper
   => platitude, cliche, banality, commonplace, bromide
   => zinger

Sense 2
comment, commentary
   => Midrash
   => note, annotation, notation

Sense 3
gossip, comment, scuttlebutt
   => earful
   => rumor, rumour, hearsay
   => grapevine, pipeline, word of mouth
   => scandal, dirt, malicious gossip
   => talk, talk of the town

--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun comment

3 senses of comment                          

Sense 1
remark, comment, input
   => statement

Sense 2
comment, commentary
   => statement

Sense 3
gossip, comment, scuttlebutt
   => report, account

--- Coordinate Terms (sisters) of noun comment

3 senses of comment                          

Sense 1
remark, comment, input
  -> statement
   => summary, sum-up
   => pleading
   => amendment
   => thing
   => truth, true statement
   => description, verbal description
   => declaration
   => announcement, proclamation, annunciation, declaration
   => Bill of Rights
   => formula
   => mathematical statement
   => bid, bidding
   => word
   => explanation, account
   => explicandum, explanandum
   => explanans
   => value statement
   => representation
   => solution, answer, result, resolution, solvent
   => answer, reply, response
   => announcement, promulgation
   => prediction, foretelling, forecasting, prognostication
   => proposition
   => quotation
   => falsehood, falsity, untruth
   => understatement
   => reservation, qualification
   => cautious statement
   => comment, commentary
   => remark, comment, input
   => rhetorical question
   => misstatement
   => restatement
   => agreement, understanding
   => condition, term
   => estimate
   => formula, chemical formula
   => representation
   => declaration
   => assurance
   => recital
   => negation

Sense 2
comment, commentary
  -> statement
   => summary, sum-up
   => pleading
   => amendment
   => thing
   => truth, true statement
   => description, verbal description
   => declaration
   => announcement, proclamation, annunciation, declaration
   => Bill of Rights
   => formula
   => mathematical statement
   => bid, bidding
   => word
   => explanation, account
   => explicandum, explanandum
   => explanans
   => value statement
   => representation
   => solution, answer, result, resolution, solvent
   => answer, reply, response
   => announcement, promulgation
   => prediction, foretelling, forecasting, prognostication
   => proposition
   => quotation
   => falsehood, falsity, untruth
   => understatement
   => reservation, qualification
   => cautious statement
   => comment, commentary
   => remark, comment, input
   => rhetorical question
   => misstatement
   => restatement
   => agreement, understanding
   => condition, term
   => estimate
   => formula, chemical formula
   => representation
   => declaration
   => assurance
   => recital
   => negation

Sense 3
gossip, comment, scuttlebutt
  -> report, account
   => summarization, summarisation
   => indirect discourse
   => direct discourse, direct quotation
   => megillah
   => debriefing
   => anecdote
   => narration, recital, yarn
   => gossip, comment, scuttlebutt

--- Grep of noun comment
passing comment

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Modern Times(1936) - Modern Times is a 1936 American silent comedy film written and directed by Charlie Chaplin in which his iconic Little Tramp character struggles to survive in the modern, industrialized world. The film is a comment on the desperate employment and financial conditions many people faced during the Grea... -- Comedy
In & Out (1997) ::: 6.4/10 -- PG-13 | 1h 30min | Comedy, Romance | 19 September 1997 (USA) -- A midwestern teacher questions his sexuality after a former student makes a comment about him at the Academy Awards. Director: Frank Oz Writer: Paul Rudnick
Lenny (1974) ::: 7.6/10 -- R | 1h 51min | Biography, Drama | 7 February 1975 (Canada) -- The story of acerbic 1960s comic Lenny Bruce, whose groundbreaking, no-holds-barred style and social commentary was often deemed by the Establishment as too obscene for the public. Director: Bob Fosse Writers: Julian Barry (play), Julian Barry (screenplay) Stars:
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie (1996) ::: 7.3/10 -- PG-13 | 1h 13min | Comedy, Sci-Fi | 19 April 1996 (USA) -- Mike Nelson and his robot companions watch and give their comments about This Island Earth (1955). Director: Jim Mallon Writers: Michael J. Nelson, Trace Beaulieu | 6 more credits
The Colbert Report ::: TV-14 | 30min | Comedy, News, Talk-Show | TV Series (20052014) Satirical newscaster Stephen Colbert provides humorous commentary on the big issues going on in the United States and the rest of the world, with his larger-than-life ego and overly-patriotic spirit along with him every step of the way. Creators: Stephen Colbert, Ben Karlin, Jon Stewart
The Joe Rogan Experience ::: 3h | Comedy, Talk-Show | TV Series (2009 ) Joe Rogan hosts long form conversations with friends and guests that include comedians, actors, musicians, MMA instructors and commentators, authors and artists. Creator: Joe Rogan Stars:
The Mating Habits of the Earthbound Human (1999) ::: 6.4/10 -- R | 1h 28min | Comedy, Sci-Fi | 3 September 1999 (USA) -- An anthropologist from an alien planet provides voice-over commentary for a documentary at human courtship, mating, and reproduction. Director: Jeff Abugov Writer: Jeff Abugov Stars:
The Soup ::: TV-14 | 25min | Comedy | TV Series (20042020) -- From the hottest new series to the latest OMG reality TV moments, catch up on everything you missed through the lens of a sharp and hilarious commentary. Stars:
Tosh.0 ::: TV-14 | 22min | Comedy | TV Series (2009 ) -- Daniel Tosh provides humorous commentary on content from the Internet. Creators: Mike Gibbons, Daniel Tosh
WWE Smackdown! ::: WWF SmackDown! (original tit ::: TV-14 | 2h | Action, Sport | TV Series (1999 ) -- WWE's weekly sports show, with wrestling, frequent commentary, interviews, and side plots. Creator:!)?commentId=4400000000000054522!)?commentId=4400000000000051389,_Sharon,_Lewis_and_Jamie_the_Puffins?commentId=4400000000000055531,_Wakko_&_Dot?commentId=4400000000000056481's_Father's_a_Cunt!_(band)?commentId=4400000000000321174's_Father's_a_Cunt!_(band)?commentId=4400000000000321174&replyId=4400000000000901064's_Father's_a_Cunt!_(band)?commentId=4400000000000321174&replyId=4400000000000901123's_Father's_a_Cunt!_(band)?commentId=4400000000000321389,_right-hand_and_center-hand_traffic?commentId=4400000000000322659'Xhan?commentId=4400000000000052366'Xhan?commentId=4400000000000052366&replyId=4400000000000916832!?commentId=4400000000000321164!?commentId=4400000000000321164&replyId=4400000000000901058'm_sorry......./@comment-43966780-20200809010639/@comment-43858246-20200809023748,_my_era_is_gone/@comment-32049085-20200903013358/@comment-44535641-20200903013551,_my_era_is_gone/@comment-32049085-20200903013358/@comment-44535641-20200907214520't/9/11/@comment-44535641-20200912040114't/AMA/@comment-44535641-20200827015728't/NOOOOOOOOOOOO!/@comment-37274447-20200819031813/@comment-31729312-20200819032433't/SHOOT/@comment-44535641-20200830020239,_Edd_n_Eddy:Article_Comments's_commentary,_Comments's_a_Monkey_Wiki:Article_Comments's_Drag_Race_Wiki:Commenting_Rules
Azumanga Daioh -- -- J.C.Staff -- 26 eps -- 4-koma manga -- Slice of Life Comedy School -- Azumanga Daioh Azumanga Daioh -- Chiyo Mihama begins her high school career as one of the strangest students in her freshman class—a tiny, 10-year-old academic prodigy with a fondness for plush dolls and homemade cooking. But her homeroom teacher, Yukari Tanizaki, is the kind of person who would hijack a student's bike to avoid being late, so "strange" is a relative word. -- -- There certainly isn't a shortage of peculiar girls in Yukari-sensei's homeroom class. Accompanying Chiyo are students like Tomo Takino, an energetic tomboy with more enthusiasm than brains; Koyomi Mizuhara, Tomo's best friend whose temper has a fuse shorter than Chiyo; and Sakaki, a tall, athletic beauty whose intimidating looks hide a gentle personality and a painful obsession with cats. In addition, transfer student Ayumu Kasuga, a girl with her head stuck in the clouds, fits right in with the rest of the girls—and she has a few interesting theories about Chiyo's pigtails! -- -- Together, this lovable group of girls experience the ups and downs of school life, their many adventures filled with constant laughter, surreal absurdity, and occasionally even touching commentary on the bittersweet, temporal nature of high school. -- -- 268,177 7.97
Azumanga Daioh -- -- J.C.Staff -- 26 eps -- 4-koma manga -- Slice of Life Comedy School -- Azumanga Daioh Azumanga Daioh -- Chiyo Mihama begins her high school career as one of the strangest students in her freshman class—a tiny, 10-year-old academic prodigy with a fondness for plush dolls and homemade cooking. But her homeroom teacher, Yukari Tanizaki, is the kind of person who would hijack a student's bike to avoid being late, so "strange" is a relative word. -- -- There certainly isn't a shortage of peculiar girls in Yukari-sensei's homeroom class. Accompanying Chiyo are students like Tomo Takino, an energetic tomboy with more enthusiasm than brains; Koyomi Mizuhara, Tomo's best friend whose temper has a fuse shorter than Chiyo; and Sakaki, a tall, athletic beauty whose intimidating looks hide a gentle personality and a painful obsession with cats. In addition, transfer student Ayumu Kasuga, a girl with her head stuck in the clouds, fits right in with the rest of the girls—and she has a few interesting theories about Chiyo's pigtails! -- -- Together, this lovable group of girls experience the ups and downs of school life, their many adventures filled with constant laughter, surreal absurdity, and occasionally even touching commentary on the bittersweet, temporal nature of high school. -- -- -- Licensor: -- ADV Films, Sentai Filmworks -- 268,177 7.97
Cowboy Bebop: Yose Atsume Blues -- -- Sunrise -- 1 ep -- Original -- Action Adventure Comedy Drama Sci-Fi Space -- Cowboy Bebop: Yose Atsume Blues Cowboy Bebop: Yose Atsume Blues -- Due to the violence portrayed in the Cowboy Bebop world and violence in Japanese schools, the series was briefly cancelled and an extra session was created as a final episode to the first thirteen episodes aired. Called "Session XX: Mish-Mash Blues," a compilation of clips from previous episodes, it aired on June 26, 1998 on TV Tokyo. The episode was never released on DVD. In it, the characters provide a philosophical commentary and end with the words: This Is Not The End. You Will See The Real "Cowboy Bebop" Someday! -- -- (Source: AniDB) -- Special - Jun 26, 1998 -- 37,216 7.44
Dakaretai Otoko 1-i ni Odosarete Imasu. -- -- CloverWorks -- 13 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Drama Romance Shounen Ai -- Dakaretai Otoko 1-i ni Odosarete Imasu. Dakaretai Otoko 1-i ni Odosarete Imasu. -- Takato Saijou has held the title of "Sexiest Man of the Year" for five years running. He is an accomplished actor, with 20 years of experience under his belt, and is aware his good looks are well above average. Proud of his career, Takato regards the title as an appropriate indicator of his success. -- -- But when his reign is ended by acting newbie Junta Azumaya, who debuted only three years ago, Takato's initial shock gives way to jealous hostility. Even in the new drama that he has been cast in, Junta seems to have suddenly surpassed him; snatching Takato's usual spot of lead actor, Junta continually manages to get on his nerves. Most infuriating of all are the bright smile and kind words that accompany everything Junta does. -- -- All this animosity comes to a head, however, when Junta catches Takato in a rather vulnerable drunken state. Endangering his own public image, Takato confronts the junior actor with harsh words and angry comments—an opportunity Junta takes every advantage of. With the famous actor Takato Saijou now on video picking a fight with a co-star, Junta has the perfect means to blackmail him. -- -- Asking the price of his enemy's silence, Takato is shocked to find that his motivation lies far from advancing his career; instead, Junta's terms are those that can only be realized in the bedroom! -- -- 90,579 7.38
Digimon Savers: Agumon! Gaomon! Lalamon! Bakuretsu! Jougai Last Battle! -- -- Toei Animation -- 1 ep -- Original -- Action Adventure Comedy Fantasy Sci-Fi Supernatural -- Digimon Savers: Agumon! Gaomon! Lalamon! Bakuretsu! Jougai Last Battle! Digimon Savers: Agumon! Gaomon! Lalamon! Bakuretsu! Jougai Last Battle! -- A recap of the whole Digimon Savers TV series in one episode, with original commentary by Agumon, Gaomon, and Lalamon, included in the final volume of the DVD releases. -- -- Special - Aug 24, 2007 -- 6,626 6.59
Dog Days' Specials -- -- Seven Arcs -- 13 eps -- - -- Action Adventure Magic Fantasy -- Dog Days' Specials Dog Days' Specials -- Summary and commentary for each episode by the main characters. -- Special - Sep 26, 2012 -- 8,280 6.68
Hanada Shounen-shi -- -- Madhouse -- 25 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Drama Seinen Slice of Life Supernatural -- Hanada Shounen-shi Hanada Shounen-shi -- Ichiro Hanada is a hyperactive little boy who lives with his parents, sister, and grandfather in a rural town. He is always up to some kind of mischief, often teasing his sister or making rude comments to others. Consequently, his mother constantly scolds him, and even the neighbours express disturbance from time to time on how rowdy he can be. -- -- One day, after pulling a terrible prank, Ichiro sprints onto the streets as his mother chases him. He steals a nearby bicycle and takes on a dangerous route, eventually being hit by a truck. Miraculously, he survives the crash, requiring nine stitches to the back of his head and balding for the surgery. However, the near-death experience gains him the ability to see ghosts—the last thing he needs in his life. -- -- Since Ichiro is the only one who can communicate with them, several ghosts of people who have recently died come to him, seeking help to fulfill their last wishes before achieving enlightenment. Each adventure with a ghost leaves the young and curious boy with a different lesson that gradually makes him wiser. -- -- TV - Oct 2, 2002 -- 12,081 8.00
Initial D: Project D to the Next Stage - Project D e Mukete -- -- - -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Action Cars Sports Drama Seinen -- Initial D: Project D to the Next Stage - Project D e Mukete Initial D: Project D to the Next Stage - Project D e Mukete -- A special that comes with the Fourth Stage DVD-BOX. It is comprised of a recap from First Stage to Third Stage, along with staff commentary and sneak preview of the making of the Fourth Stage. -- Special - Mar 22, 2003 -- 8,131 7.49
Kuroko no Basket Movie 4: Last Game -- -- Production I.G -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Sports School Shounen -- Kuroko no Basket Movie 4: Last Game Kuroko no Basket Movie 4: Last Game -- Hailing from America, Jabberwock—a street basketball team with skills comparable to those of the NBA—has come to Japan to play an exhibition match against Strky, a team of former third-year students who once played in the Interhigh and Winter Cup. However, due to the vast difference in skill, Jabberwock easily wins. Their captain, Nash Gold Jr., mocks the basketball style of all players in Japan by comparing them to monkeys. -- -- Infuriated by the nasty comment, Kagetora Aida challenges them to a revenge match. Because of pride and the belief that the results will be no different, Nash accepts the challenge. Kagetora then assembles Vorpal Swords, a team composed of the Generation of Miracles, including Kuroko Tetsuya and Kagami Taiga, for they are the only ones who stand a chance against a foe that seems unbeatable from every angle. -- -- Movie - Mar 18, 2017 -- 183,918 8.07
Long Riders! -- -- Actas -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Slice of Life Comedy Sports Shounen -- Long Riders! Long Riders! -- Falling in love at first sight with a collapsible bicycle outside the station, Ami Kurata, first-year university student empties her account without a second thought and buys the bicycle. Now she enjoys weekend cycling trips with Aoi, her childhood friend, and Hinako, a senior at her university. "Owning a road bike may change your view of the world completely." Prompted by the comment, Ami purchased a road bike, and she is really impressed with the traveling performance. As soon as she places her feet on the pedals and presses down, everything about riding a road bicycle—the lightness of the pedal, the speed, the acceleration—is nothing like she has ever experienced. Ami's cycle life gets going with the new road cycle as her partner! -- -- (Source: Showgate, edited) -- 23,310 6.65
Long Riders! -- -- Actas -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Slice of Life Comedy Sports Shounen -- Long Riders! Long Riders! -- Falling in love at first sight with a collapsible bicycle outside the station, Ami Kurata, first-year university student empties her account without a second thought and buys the bicycle. Now she enjoys weekend cycling trips with Aoi, her childhood friend, and Hinako, a senior at her university. "Owning a road bike may change your view of the world completely." Prompted by the comment, Ami purchased a road bike, and she is really impressed with the traveling performance. As soon as she places her feet on the pedals and presses down, everything about riding a road bicycle—the lightness of the pedal, the speed, the acceleration—is nothing like she has ever experienced. Ami's cycle life gets going with the new road cycle as her partner! -- -- (Source: Showgate, edited) -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- 23,310 6.65
Mob Psycho 100: Reigen - Shirarezaru Kiseki no Reinouryokusha -- -- Bones -- 1 ep -- Web manga -- Action Slice of Life Comedy Supernatural -- Mob Psycho 100: Reigen - Shirarezaru Kiseki no Reinouryokusha Mob Psycho 100: Reigen - Shirarezaru Kiseki no Reinouryokusha -- A summary episode of Mob Psycho 100 which features commentary from Reigen Arataka. -- Special - Mar 18, 2018 -- 61,910 7.29
Rinshi!! Ekoda-chan -- -- Ascension, Creators in Pack, Zero-G -- 11 eps -- 4-koma manga -- Slice of Life Comedy Seinen -- Rinshi!! Ekoda-chan Rinshi!! Ekoda-chan -- Rinshi!! Ekoda-chan is a fun and dark a 4-koma manga about the real (?) life of the author, a single woman in Tokyo who drifts through relationships and works at various hostess clubs and the like. Lots of commentary on "birds of prey" (moukin), girls who use their cuteness and affect stupidity in order to try to score men (against whom the author is constantly fighting). -- -- (Source: Zigguratbuilder) -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 9,064 5.53
Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online - Refrain -- -- Studio 3Hz -- 1 ep -- Light novel -- Action Fantasy Game Military Sci-Fi -- Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online - Refrain Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online - Refrain -- Following the conclusion of the first ever Squad Jam, Pitohui is eager to see what she missed, dying to know how everything went down. To satiate her desires, M reviews footage of the competition with her, commentating on the trials that he and LLENN faced together. -- -- Special - May 13, 2018 -- 29,940 6.48"Comment_exploiter_un_domaine_agricole",_de_l'"Encyclop,_1557).jpg,_1557).jpg,_Commentarius_in_Aristotelis_Logicam.jpg"Comment_exploiter_un_domaine_agricole",_de_l'"Encyclop"Comment_exploiter_un_domaine_agricole",_de_l'"Encyclop"Comment_exploiter_un_domaine_agricole",_de_l'"Encyclop"Comment+exploiter+un+domaine+agricole",+de+l'"Encyclop"Comment+exploiter+un+domaine+agricole",+de+l'"Encyclop"Comment+exploiter+un+domaine+agricole",+de+l'"Encyclop
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