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|Let's not be narrow, nasty, and negative. - Grounds, Vernon People Some people |
are like wheelbarrows; useful only when pushed, and very easily upset. The time
to stop talking is when the other person nods his head affirmatively but says ...
|Someone who is Sensitive to the Negative Influence Of Others?” Zig Ziglar “If you |
realized how powerful your thoughts are, you would never think a negative
thought.” - Peace Pilgrim “Let's not be narrow, nasty, and negate.” - Vernon
|The man who is not hungry says that the coconut has a hard shell. (African tribal |
saying) Let's not be narrow, nasty, and negative. (Vernon Grounds) The simple
act of squeezing a lemon can seem most unpleasant and irritating to the person ...
|“The liar's punishment is not in the least that he is not believed but that he cannot |
believe anyone else. ... This sucks because 'A man who does not trust himself
can never truly trust anyone else. ... “Let's not be narrow, nasty, and negative.
|Because the streets were built long ago, they are not as wide as you would find in |
other, newer suburbs that have been built over cornfields. ... They think that the
streets are too narrow, so either they will pull to the side and stop to let you go by,
or will expect you to do that for them. ... This decision, like many you make, has
positive and negative consequences. ... On the downside, you are the recipient of
a lot of nasty looks from people who generally recognize you or your car as you ...
Michael A Hogg, Joel Cooper - 2003 - 525 pages
|G.H. (2000l 'Nasty Data: Unruly. ... R. (l996l 'The Gradual Threshold Model of |
Ambivalence: Relating the Positive and Negative Bases of Anitudes to Subjective
Ambivalence'. ... D.O. (l986l 'College Sophomores in the Laboratory: Influences of
a Narrow Data Base on Social Psychology's View of Human Nature', Journal of ...
D. (l995\ 'Let's Not Be Indifferent About (Attitudinall Ambivalence', in R. Peny and
|Tommy had not explained to them what he needed them to help with, but when |
they saw the front bench it was obvious. ... Then he let go, tripped again, leaving
another mark, and caught up with her. ... Pirroni put back some of the loose earth
to make the hole narrower. ... Alex was in no doubt how nasty that booby trap was
. ... Before Alex set off, he picked up a twig and silently bent it in two places so
that it formed a letter N, meaning negative – one of the international signals for
|This is a fact short-sighted, narrow-minded environmentalists never seem to |
consider. In the end, the alienation and disenfranchising of anglers will have a
much greater negative impact on endangered species protection.” A more
thoughtful ... A few years down the road you're not going to be able to tease out
which was the most effective method. ... I got nasty mail from TU members,
proclaiming that I wouldn't be happy 'til every trout in the Colorado was flushed
into the Sea of Cortez.
|that works — is encourage everybody else to do the same thing and be equally |
as nasty. ... On a very narrow definition of 'success' — which is, 'Let's not have
people arriving here unauthorised in boats' — that is successful. ... We will
continue to encourage them — constructively, I am sure — to move their position
even further so that the disgracefully negative and destructive legislative
framework that ...
|If too many of us find that our answer is in the negative, then it is time for us to |
wake up before we lose this right altogether. ... Had some nasty things to say
about your Congressman or State legislator? ... those elected to city, State, and
national ofilce are the best qualified for the job—regardless'of race, religion,
ancestry, or narrow political partisanship. ... Let's not lose that right by forgetting
it's also a duty.