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|A witty scientific memoir by the Nobel Prize-winning co-discoverer of DNA describes a life devoted to the pursuit of knowledge, offering valuable lessons about how to get the most out of college, select a career, manage others, keep one's ...|
|Hoffer, Eric If you're bored with life -- you don't get up every morning with a |
burning desire to do things -- you don't have enough goals. - Holtz, Lou Boring
people are a reflection of boring people. - Horton, Doug Sir, you have but two
|Idries Shah. 'No, it couldn't have been that. We decided that the best way to take |
ofi' weight was to cut his head off. We had that done in five minutes.' BANAL
Banality is like boredom: bored people are boring people, people who think that ...
|Cool. Melt the chocolate and spread over the caramel. When the chocolate is |
solid, cut into squares. “Many people claim coffee inspires them, but, as
everybody knows, coffee only makes boring people even more boring.” Honore
de Balzac ...
|A Meditation Book and Journal for Daily Reflection Richmond Walker. A.A. |
Thought for the Day I have gotten rid of ... Drinking was always the answer to all
kinds of boring people or boring situations. But once you have taken up the
interest of ...
|Psychological Reflections of Management Adrian Furnham ... Empowering |
people at work has been a popular slogan for ages although it is not always fully
understood. ... All this talk of change is at once anxiety provoking and boring.
|Those waiting in line to go in appear prosperous. Their expressions seem |
prosperous as well. In a moment snow begins to fall. It's kind of snow which falls
intermittently so as not to be boring. People bringing Bibles and hymnals go in
|The Easons are not boring people to be around. Like many of the heavy-smoking |
people in Caney Head, I. C. succumbed to lung cancer. Lorine developed it also,
and soon followed him. I stopped by one afternoon to see how he was getting ...
|Despite far-reaching open-door policies, the 'imagined doors' of local people |
often remain closed. Dominant representations and prejudices turn out to be
thresholds in people's minds and border-reproducing practices that manifest the
bounded spaces of everyday life. ... practices which are not reflected upon,
although they can suddenly remind people of their confrontations with a different
|not we like the person or whether or not we think they are good looking, or |
whether we like what they are wearing. This is especially important with the
people we are close to. ... We no longer see, and we think that everything is