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|Admit When You're Wrong Politicians would likely become more , , -r , , , . ,., "It is |
common sense to take trusted if-at least once in ... David Letterman: "The worst-
tempered people I have ever met were those who knew that they were wrong.
|With the tongue we praise our Lord and Father, and with it we curse those we |
claim to love. ... There is definitely something wrong with this picture. ... “The
worst-tempered people I've ever met were the people who knew they were wrong
|place to warn people of splitting on those shores where others have been |
shipwrecked before them. And yet, after all the hopes these gentlemen have of
their fatal project being grateful to the next parliament, I must tell them plainly, if
they are not out in ... If the worst come, it will not be the first time 1 1 have been ill-
treated for tayiruj that, the truth of which even the worst ... and be the house in the
right or in the wrong, I know my own business and their temper too well to meddle
|It was supposed they had either been so gorged with their inhuman feast, that, |
like beasts, they were arleep, and ... The Spaniard governor, as it happened, was
with them, and bis advice was asked ; but he professed be knew not what to do.
... and Pern be what they will, I never met with seventeen men, of any nation
whatsoever, in any foreign country, who were so ... it seems, those people think
all the world do as they do, eating men's flesh ; but they were soon made easy as
to that, ...
Frederic Beecher Perkins - 1879
|reproofs, if they do not make so mucli commotion, will have in the long run a |
much more satisfactory and more lasting effect. ... must bear in mind in studying
this art is, that there is a right and a wrong time for finding fault, as well as a right
and a wrong temper. ... We know a person who always defers, if possible, serious
complaint till the day after the offence is committed. ... It is for this reason that
those who are naturally quick and clever do not make the best teachers of those
who are ...
Paul Finkelman - 2012 - 1716 pages
|tSome may eicase, or even U y to jastlfy, the North by the met that it requires |
moch mora magnanimity . ... aad was moch — and, U It turned OUt, f rttrjfhastly
toward those who are neglected, at treated of those who remained, like ... Yet so
litde in these, and similar cases, is it thought intermarrying has to do with rights,
that they are conceded without tlilliculty. We can account for this in but one way:
that we hate the colored people, bond and free, because we have injured them,
and we ...
|I am so and so ; I usually net so and I think thus ; I have always found such and |
such le the case. ... Few, however, are guilty fotism in this its most palpable shape
. ... They know, les, that the pronoun is in bad odour, and that vorld are on the ...
The greatest injury that can be > such men, is never to treat them with any in- ight
conversation, a particular individual pre- ... but I am one of those old-fashioned
people who do not think that the world has been altogether wrong hitherto, and
|They had infiltrated an agent into the prison where they were keeping Whitmore, |
they had broken into Whitmore's ... And those were just the crimes that Foley
knew about. People were going to go to jail if what they were doing ever got out.
What happened to Mahata was terrible, and every person at Lang- ley felt bad
about it, especially people like Foley who had ... losing his temper with the media,
publicly accusing Congress of leaking classified dope, doing things that were
going to ...
|It' the worst come, it will not be the lirst time I; have been ill-treated _/br saying I/tut|
, the truth of which even the worst enemy ... world; and be the house in the right or
in the wrong, lknow my own business and their temper too well to meddle with it.
But I pretend to say, that all men I have met with who have meddled with the
argument, either in print or otherwise, are ... For as that blind man thought, it was
a marvellous thing they should not know whence he came that had opened his
|And as the camera crane came down, the crew filed by me and shook my hand, |
as if they were saying goodbye. That night at the ... So we met and had dinner
and that's when he told me that the only people that treated him that way were me
and John Ford. He was very respectful. In retrospect, I was wrong; I shouldn't
have lost my temper and shouted at him in front of everybody. But he ... He loved
Ros- coe and told him, “You're the first nigger I've ever met with a sense of humor.