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Articles: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Cabbage: a familiar kitchen-garden vegetable about as large and wise as a man’s head. Cabbies in particular seem to like discussing the fate the Earth. Cable boxes are, almost without exception, awful. They’re under-powered computers running very badly designed software. Their channel guides are slow, poorly laid out, and usually riddled with ads. […]

  1. Cabbage: a familiar kitchen-garden vegetable about as large and wise as a man’s head.
  2. Cabbies in particular seem to like discussing the fate the Earth.
  3. Cable boxes are, almost without exception, awful. They’re under-powered computers running very badly designed software. Their channel guides are slow, poorly laid out, and usually riddled with ads.
  4. Caesar was a man of great common sense and good taste, meaning thereby a man without originality or moral courage.
  5. Caesar’s wife must be above suspicion.
  6. Cage Warriors is a brilliant organisation. They’re doing great things for European MMA, and they’re giving the platform for guys like me who came through. They’re vital. I’m forever grateful for the opportunities I got.
  7. Calamities are of two kinds: misfortunes to ourselves, and good fortune to others.
  8. Caleb owns a music store and is creating an ad group for musical instrument rentals. What would be the most appropriate landing page for his ad?
  9. California is the highest-tax state in the nation and has been for a long time. It has the highest-paid teachers in the nation, by far – $400 a month more than New Jersey – and yet California is the third lowest state on test scores for fourth and eighth grade English and math in the nation, and has been at the low level for a long, long time.
  10. Call me All-American, but I love Ham and Cheese sandwiches. And not just any old ham and cheese sandwich… My mother’s is the best. I’ve tried many times to make these sandwiches on my own, but it’s never the same.
  11. Call me, and I’d do anything for the Democratic Party.
  12. Call-time has renewed my faith in the need for public financing of elections. ‘Call-time’ is where I as the candidate, sit in a room with my ‘call-time manager,’ and a phone. Then I call people and ask them for money. For hours. Apparently, I’m really good at it.
  13. Call-to-action (CTA) overlays are compatible with:
  14. Calls-to-action are primarily used for offers targeted to prospects who are in the awareness stage of the Buyer’s Journey.
  15. Calls-to-Action should be included in Blog Posts and ________?
  16. Calm mind brings inner strength and self-confidence, so that’s very important for good health.
  17. Calumny is only the noise of madmen.
  18. Cambridge is one of the best universities in the world, especially in my field.
  19. Cameramen are among the most extraordinarily able and competent people I know. They have to have an insight into natural history that gives them a sixth sense of what the creature is going to do, so they can be ready to follow.
  20. Campaign behavior for wives: Always be on time. Do as little talking as humanly possible. Lean back in the parade car so everybody can see the president.
  21. Campaign priority should be used when:
  22. Can a mortal ask questions which God finds unanswerable? Quite easily, I should think. All nonsense questions are unanswerable.
  23. Can anyone remember love? It’s like trying to summon up the smell of roses in a cellar. You might see a rose, but never the perfume.
  24. Can anything be more Un-American than the Un-American committee?
  25. Can anything be so elegant as to have few wants, and to serve them one’s self?
  26. Can anything be stupider than that a man has the right to kill me because he lives on the other side of a river and his ruler has a quarrel with mine, though I have not quarrelled with him?
  27. Can anything good come of a backward way of thinking like judging someone based on skin color? No way.
  28. Can people who hunger so desperately for what other people have ever have enough?
  29. Can we all admit that ‘Parks and Recreation’ is horrible? Is this something we would all know, but don’t say? Maybe everything should not be improv’d.
  30. Can you believe approximately 17 percent of American children ages 2 to 19 years are obese? How about this fact: approximately 60 percent of overweight children ages 5 to 10 already have at least one risk factor for heart disease? We are all to blame for this – parents, schools, kids – all of us.
  31. Canada has a passive-aggressive culture, with a lot of sarcasm and righteousness. That went with my weird messianic complex. The ego is a fascinating monster. I was taught from a young age that I had to serve, so that turned into me thinking I had to save the planet.
  32. Canada is a really big melting pot of cultures, so we ended up with a giant mosaic of different music.
  33. Cancel my subscription, I don’t need your issues.
  34. Cancer affects everyone, and it’s up to all of us to support the important research that can one day make a much sought-after cure a reality.
  35. Cancer, like any other illness, is a bore.
  36. Cancer victimhood contains a permanent temptation to be self-centred and even solipsistic.
  37. Candor and accountability in a democracy is very important. Hypocrisy has no place.
  38. Cannes or any other major festival is basically an animal in its own nature, creating very specific perceptions of films in a moment.
  39. Cannibals are devouring senators.
  40. Can’t or won’t?
  41. Capital as such is not evil; it is its wrong use that is evil. Capital in some form or other will always be needed.
  42. Capitalism does a number of things very well: it helps create an entrepreneurial spirit; it gets people motivated to come up with new ideas, and that’s a good thing.
  43. Capitalism does not permit an even flow of economic resources. With this system, a small privileged few are rich beyond conscience, and almost all others are doomed to be poor at some level. That’s the way the system works. And since we know that the system will not change the rules, we are going to have to change the system.
  44. Capitalism has destroyed our belief in any effective power but that of self interest backed by force.
  45. Capitalism has shortfalls. It doesn’t necessarily take care of the poor, and it underfunds innovation, so we have to offset that.
  46. Capitalism has worked very well. Anyone who wants to move to North Korea is welcome.
  47. Capitalism invariably boils down to barter between two willing parties, neither of whom uses force to work with the other.
  48. Capitalism is, fundamentally, an economic system that promotes inequality.
  49. Capitalism is using its money; we socialists throw it away.
  50. Capitalism requires individual responsibility and accountability. People are seen as atomized units in a capitalist system – they are either useful, or they are not. They are not seen racially or ethnically or religiously. They consume and they produce, and those are their only relevant characteristics.
  51. Car designers are just going to have to come up with an automobile that outlasts the payments.
  52. Carbon zero simply means that the emissions you are releasing either are zero or balance out to zero.
  53. Cardio is a nice way to start the morning, man. Whether you sit on the bike for half an hour or throw on two jumpers and just sweat, it’s good to get up, get the body active, put on your headphones, and just pedal away.
  54. Career highlights? I had two – I got an intentional walk from Sandy Koufax and I got out of a rundown against the Mets.
  55. Carefully calculate the potential size of your market to make sure you can grow. Before starting Mint, I knew that there were about 20 million people who had purchased ‘Quicken’ or ‘Microsoft Money’ over the years, and 80 million people using online banking in the U.S. alone.
  56. Carving out an identity for yourself is important so I’m trying to do that as well.
  57. Cassius Clay is a name that white people gave to my slave master. Now that I am free, that I don’t belong anymore to anyone, that I’m not a slave anymore, I gave back their white name, and I chose a beautiful African one.
  58. Cast away your sloth, your lethargy, your coldness, or whatever interferes with your chaste and pure love for Christ, your soul’s husband. Make Him the source, the center, and the circumference of all your soul’s range of delight.
  59. Caste is about dividing people up in ways that preclude every form of solidarity, because even in the lowest castes, there are divisions and sub-castes, and everyone’s co-opted into the business of this hierarchical, silo-ised society.
  60. ‘Catch-22’ was a huge failure, and it rubbed off on everybody connected to it. I had a bunch of lean years where I had to do things, a lot of which I wasn’t wildly enthusiastic about.
  61. Catchy lyrics are being given more importance.
  62. Catherine is preparing to release a new line of toys that’s currently available for pre-order only on the landing page. Why is Catherine’s data feed getting disapproved for incorrect availability?
  63. Catherine Keener is everyone’s dream sister slash mom slash aunt.
  64. Catholics should be proselytizing about a God who is love, who represents a hereafter where there’s no hell, who wants you to lead a life where you can confess your sins and feel much better afterwards. Those are lovely concepts of God.
  65. Cats are evil, and they hate me.
  66. Cats are very independent animals. They’re very sexy, if you want. Dogs are different. They’re familiar. They’re obedient. You call a cat, you go, ‘Cat, come here.’ He doesn’t come to you unless you have something in your hand that he thinks might be food. They’re very free animals, and I like that.
  67. Cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education.
  68. Cause and effect are two sides of one fact.
  69. Cause I’m a musician, I’m not really good at posing and being a model, like, modeling.
  70. Cause when you’re sequencing a record, you want the listener to stick with it from beginning to end, and in order to do that, you really have to map out the journey from the first song to the last.
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  72. Celebrities and ‘famous’ people are just regular folks. I know, it’s a shocking and potentially dangerous statement.
  73. Celebrities like to pay lip service to causes but rarely do so by putting their lives in peril. And even more rarely do they do so in the name of the United States of America, not on their own behalf.
  74. Celebrity is everything in this country.
  75. Celebrity is the chastisement of merit and the punishment of talent.
  76. Celebrity was a long time in coming; it will go away. Everything goes away.
  77. Censorship ends in logical completeness when nobody is allowed to read any books except the books that nobody reads.
  78. Censorship is saying: ‘I’m the one who says the last sentence. Whatever you say, the conclusion is mine.’ But the internet is like a tree that is growing. The people will always have the last word – even if someone has a very weak, quiet voice. Such power will collapse because of a whisper.
  79. Censorship is the tool of those who have the need to hide actualities from themselves and from others. Their fear is only their inability to face what is real, and I can’t vent any anger against them; I only feel this appalling sadness. Somewhere in their upbringing, they were shielded against the total facts of our existence.
  80. CEOs of large corporations earn 400 times what their workers make. That is not what America is supposed to be about.
  81. CEOs of top companies could probably use a dose of not-asking-for-raise behavior and less self-entitlement, rather than us trying to change girls in order to fit into the common mold of what we think a CEO looks like.
  82. Certain actors wanna get paid, they think working in a low-budget movie is being ripped off. But for others it’s like, ‘Yes, let’s do it.’
  83. Certain gorillas are more evolved than certain human beings I know.
  84. Certain periods in history suddenly lift humanity to an observation point where a clear light falls upon a world previously dark.
  85. Certain product lines are more suited to be manufactured in proximity with the customer, while others are more suitable to be manufactured in India.
  86. Certain springs are tapped only when we are alone. Women need solitude in order to find again the true essence of themselves; that firm strand which will be the indispensable center of a whole web of human relationships.
  87. Certainly a woman should never disguise the fact that she is a woman. A woman’s body is very beautiful.
  88. Certainly I’ll never be able to put myself in the situation that people growing up in the less developed countries are in. I’ve gotten a bit of a sense of it by being out there and meeting people and talking with them.
  89. Certainly I’m not going to sit on the Internet all day and read what Sam from Iowa is saying about me. But I’m a sponge. I’ve always been a sponge.
  90. Certainly, in taking revenge, a man is but even with his enemy, but in passing it over, he is superior; for it is a prince’s part to pardon.
  91. Certainly it is valuable to a trained writer to crash in an aircraft which burns. He learns several important things very quickly. Whether they will be of use to him is conditioned by survival. Survival, with honor, that outmoded and all-important word, is as difficult as ever and as all-important to a writer.
  92. Certainly, last year we did an episode about the census and sampling versus a direct statistic. You just said the word ‘census,’ and people fall asleep.
  93. Certainly, my many years working in the comics industry, creating products that I do not own, has made me rather fierce on the subject of giving up rights.
  94. Certainly the best works, and of greatest merit for the public, have proceeded from the unmarried, or childless men.
  95. Certainly the most diverse, if minor, pastime of literary life is the game of Find the Author.
  96. Certainly the support for research in HIV/AIDS was good in the Clinton administration, good in the Bush administrations. It just was.
  97. Certainly, the Windows share of servers is strong.
  98. Certainly there are people who like me, but then there are those who don’t know me who gossip about me. You can’t believe the things I’ve heard.
  99. Certainly there’s a phenomenon around open source. You know free software will be a vibrant area. There will be a lot of neat things that get done there.
  100. Cervantes is the most important Spanish writer. But he is not the most representative of the Spanish. His irony, his sense of humor – they are too subtle to seem Spanish.
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  103. Champions all get kicked when they’re down.
  104. Chanara, a senior account manager at a large digital agency, likes having an AdWords manager account. What can she do with a manager account that she can’t do with an individual account?
  105. Chance fights ever on the side of the prudent.
  106. Chance gives rise to thoughts, and chance removes them; no art can keep or acquire them.
  107. Chance is perhaps the pseudonym of God when he did not want to sign.
  108. ‘Chance the Rapper’ is many things. I’m constantly evolving.
  109. Change alone is eternal, perpetual, immortal.
  110. Change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability, but comes through continuous struggle. And so we must straighten our backs and work for our freedom. A man can’t ride you unless your back is bent.
  111. Change in all things is sweet.
  112. Change is inevitable. Change for the better is a full-time job.
  113. Change is inevitable. Change is constant.
  114. Change is not merely necessary to life – it is life.
  115. Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.
  116. Change is the only constant, and to turn one’s back and pretend that it is not coming is an exercise in futility.
  117. Change will come slowly, across generations, because old beliefs die hard even when demonstrably false.
  118. Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.
  119. Changes in the traditional way of building are only permitted if they are an improvement. Otherwise stay with what is traditional, for truth, even if it be hundreds of years old has a stronger inner bond with us than the lie that walks by our side.
  120. Changing technologies, changing marketplaces, and even changing trends in anti-competitive practices have all presented challenges to antitrust enforcement.
  121. Chaos is a friend of mine.
  122. Chaos is inherent in all compounded things. Strive on with diligence.
  123. Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and success achieved.
  124. Character, in the long run, is the decisive factor in the life of an individual and of nations alike.
  125. Character is always known. Thefts never enrich; alms never impoverish; murder will speak out of stone walls.
  126. Character is determined more by the lack of certain experiences than by those one has had.
  127. Character is higher than intellect. A great soul will be strong to live as well as think.
  128. Character is like a tree and reputation like a shadow. The shadow is what we think of it; the tree is the real thing.
  129. Character is power.
  130. Character is the result of a system of stereotyped principals.
  131. Character is the result of two things: mental attitude and the way we spend our time.
  132. Character may almost be called the most effective means of persuasion.
  133. Character, not circumstances, makes the man.
  134. Characters do not change. Opinions alter, but characters are only developed.
  135. Characters don’t belong to anyone, not even the person who plays them.
  136. Charity begins at home, and justice begins next door.
  137. Charity bestowed upon those who are worthy of it is like good seed sown on a good soil that yields an abundance of fruits. But alms given to those who are yet under the tyrannical yoke of the passions are like seed deposited in a bad soil. The passions of the receiver of the alms choke, as it were, the growth of merits.
  138. Charity creates a multitude of sins.
  139. Charity degrades those who receive it and hardens those who dispense it.
  140. Charity is a fine thing if it’s meeting a gap where needs must be met and there are no other resources. But in the long term we need to support people into helping themselves.
  141. Charity never humiliated him who profited from it, nor ever bound him by the chains of gratitude, since it was not to him but to God that the gift was made.
  142. Charlize Theron is perfect. She holds herself with so much poise and grace. I don’t know if she looks so good because she has the best body or because she has the confidence to feel comfortable in what she’s wearing.
  143. Charlotte Bronte was writing about sex. I supposed Jane Austen was, too. Where do you get a hero like Darcy unless you are writing about sex?
  144. Charm is a way of getting the answer ‘Yes’ without asking a clear question.
  145. Charm them with your presence as soon as they look at you.
  146. Charms strike the sight, but merit wins the soul.
  147. Chasing greatness – it’s what I’m about.
  148. Chastity – the most unnatural of all the sexual perversions.
  149. Chavez, who came out of the ranks of the Venezuelan Army, is methodical and tireless. I have observed him over the course of 17 years, since his first visit to Cuba. He is an extremely humanitarian and law-abiding person; he has never taken revenge on anybody.
  150. Check your ego at the door. The ego can be the great success inhibitor. It can kill opportunities, and it can kill success.
  151. Checks aren’t money.
  152. Cheerleaders deserve a lot of respect for what they do.
  153. Chefs are fond of hyperbole, so they can certainly talk that way. But on the whole, I think they probably have a more open mind than most people.
  154. Chefs don’t become chefs just to earn stars – that’s not the goal.
  155. Chemical weapons are something that scares everybody.
  156. Chemistry can be a good and bad thing. Chemistry is good when you make love with it. Chemistry is bad when you make crack with it.
  157. Chemotherapy isn’t good for you. So when you feel bad, as I am feeling now, you think, ‘Well that is a good thing because it’s supposed to be poison. If it’s making the tumor feel this queasy, then I’m OK with it.’
  158. Chemotherapy isn’t good for you.
  159. Cheney is a terrorist. He terrorizes our enemies abroad and innocent citizens here at home indiscriminately.
  160. Chicago gave me more music than any other city in America.
  161. Childbearing is glorified in part because women die from it.
  162. Childhood is a fundamental part of all human lives, parents or not, since that’s how we all start out. And yet babies and young children are so mysterious and puzzling and even paradoxical.
  163. Childhood: the period of human life intermediate between the idiocy of infancy and the folly of youth – two removes from the sin of manhood and three from the remorse of age.
  164. Children always assume the sexual lives of their parents come to a grinding halt at their conception.
  165. Children are a wonderful gift. They have an extraordinary capacity to see into the heart of things and to expose sham and humbug for what they are.
  166. Children are all foreigners.
  167. Children are educated by what the grown-up is and not by his talk.
  168. Children are remarkable for their intelligence and ardor, for their curiosity, their intolerance of shams, the clarity and ruthlessness of their vision.
  169. Children begin by loving their parents; after a time they judge them; rarely, if ever, do they forgive them.
  170. Children crave routine and find listening to the same stories over and over again soothing. If you’ve grown weary of the holiday books you’ve read your kid 7,883 times, try adding ‘dude’ to the end of every line of dialogue.
  171. Children have a very good idea of how to distinguish between fantasies and realities. It’s just they are equally interested in exploring both.
  172. Children have always responded to me because I have that cartoon-character look.
  173. Children make your life important.
  174. Children require guidance and sympathy far more than instruction.
  175. Children should have enough freedom to be themselves – once they’ve learned the rules.
  176. Children sweeten labours, but they make misfortunes more bitter.
  177. Children usually do not blame themselves for getting lost.
  178. Children wish fathers looked but with their eyes; fathers that children with their judgment looked; and either may be wrong.
  179. Children’s talent to endure stems from their ignorance of alternatives.
  180. China adopted a capitalist system in the 1980s, and they went from a 60% poverty rate to 10%.
  181. China and the U.S. are two societies with very different attitudes towards opinion and criticism. In China, I am constantly under surveillance. Even my slightest, most innocuous move can – and often is – censored by Chinese authorities.
  182. China and the U.S. need each other very badly. Yes, we should argue about some things, but it’s not an ‘us versus them,’ it’s an ‘us and them’ type scenario.
  183. China cannot pull in the best and brightest from all over the world. It’s an ethnically defined nation, the opposite of an immigrant nation. You don’t see a lot of American engineers trying to be Chinese citizens.
  184. China gets their oil from Libya. Why isn’t China involved? They’re going out spending billions of dollars a day on trying to take over the world economically. And we’re spending billions and billions and billions of dollars on policing the world. Why isn’t China involved with Libya? That – we don’t get oil from Libya, China does.
  185. China has many successful entrepreneurs and business people. I hope that more people of insight will put their talents to work to improve the lives of poor people in China and around the world, and seek solutions for them.
  186. China has not established the rule of law and if there is a power above the law there is no social justice. Everybody can be subjected to harm. I’m just a citizen: my life is equal in value to any other. But I’m thankful that when I lost my freedom so many people shared feelings and put such touching effort into helping me.
  187. China has to go along with world trends. That’s democracy, liberty, individual freedom. China sooner or later has to go that way. It cannot go backward.
  188. China is an old nation with a colourful history. Its booming economy has triggered an appetite and a curiosity around the world for its art and culture, one that continues to grow. I can, however, tell people that it is a show with no actor.
  189. China is certainly an important player in the global economy, and a widespread AIDS epidemic would threaten that growth.
  190. China is doing lots of things right. It’s investing in education and R&D, it’s opening up, it’s more cosmopolitan than it’s ever been. I think it’s very likely that China will continue to explode economically and certainly become a superpower.
  191. China should be another United States from an economic standpoint. Beijing should be another Silicon Valley.
  192. Chinese artists have been subversive over thousands of years, taking what they think of the government and embedding it in their art. There might be censorship of not going as far as they might.
  193. Chinese citizens have never had the right to really express their opinions; in the constitution it says you can, but in the real world it is more dangerous. In the west people think it’s a right they’re born with. Here it’s a right given by the government, and one that’s not really practised.
  194. Chinese civilisation is so systematic that wild animals have been abolished on principle.
  195. Chinese combatants, men and women, inheritors of a millennial culture, are people of uncommon intelligence and an invincible spirit of struggle.
  196. Chinese people themselves, they really want change.
  197. Chinese productivity is the highest in the world but the way they do it is by borrowing the technology from abroad, either by joint ventures or other means.
  198. Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.
  199. Choose silence of all virtues, for by it you hear other men’s imperfections, and conceal your own.
  200. Choose the BEST answer to fill in the blank: _________ is/are your marketing assets like your blog, email campaigns, and social media messages; _________ is how you know what those things should be about.
  201. Choose the life that is most useful, and habit will make it the most agreeable.
  202. Choose your life’s mate carefully. From this one decision will come 90 percent of all your happiness or misery.
  203. Choreography is mentally draining, but there’s a pleasure in getting into the studio with the dancers and the music.
  204. Chris Brown is brilliant. That cat is crazy brilliant, and I wish him the best.
  205. Chris Brown owns 14 of my belts. Swizz Beatz owns a zillion of my belts. They were supporting me before I was even anybody.
  206. Chris Parnell’s a genius, so he’d be amazing on ‘Who’s Line.’
  207. Christ didn’t choose the rich to preach the doctrine; he choose 12 poor ignorant workers – that is, he chose the proletariat of the times.
  208. Christ was God in human flesh, and He proved it by rising from the dead.
  209. Christianity, if false, is of no importance, and if true, of infinite importance. The only thing it cannot be is moderately important.
  210. Christianity supplies a Hell for the people who disagree with you and a Heaven for your friends.
  211. Christianity will go. It will vanish and shrink. I needn’t argue with that; I’m right and I will be proved right. We’re more popular than Jesus now; I don’t know which will go first – rock and roll or Christianity.
  212. Christians are not limited to any church.
  213. Christians – at least Christians in a liberal democracy – have accepted, after Thomas Hobbes, that they must obey the secular rule of law; that there must be a separation of church and state.
  214. Christians believe that God is everywhere and is involved in our lives at every moment, whether we publicly acknowledge God or not.
  215. Christians should never fail to sense the operation of an angelic glory. It forever eclipses the world of demonic powers, as the sun does a candle’s light.
  216. Christina Aguilera’s ‘Stripped’ had a lot of good songs. It’s my range, so I use it to warm up a lot.
  217. Christmas is a season not only of rejoicing but of reflection.
  218. Christmas is doing a little something extra for someone.
  219. Christmas is not a time nor a season, but a state of mind. To cherish peace and goodwill, to be plenteous in mercy, is to have the real spirit of Christmas.
  220. Christmas is the day that holds all time together.
  221. Christmas means a great deal to me. I was reared in a family that celebrated Christmas to some extent, but I married into a family that celebrated Christmas in a big way. And my wife always made a big thing of Christmas for the children. We have five children, and we had a terrific time at Christmas.
  222. Christmas time! That man must be a misanthrope indeed, in whose breast something like a jovial feeling is not roused – in whose mind some pleasant associations are not awakened – by the recurrence of Christmas.
  223. Christmas was the one time of year when my brothers surfaced at home, when my parents and grandparents congregated to eat my mother’s roast turkey.
  224. Christmases past, my sister Carolyn and I – we’d been waiting for Santa all night. Nothing! Where is this man?
  225. Christopher Hitchens, the late essayist and sot, was a man who purposefully cultivated a lot of friends of a certain type – rich, self-important, generally dim-witted and hence easy for a well-spoken Oxbridge debater to impress – and he electrified Washington D.C. society mainly by not being a completely charmless bore.
  226. Chucks are cooler when they’re dirty. I actually stepped on somebody’s the other day because they were too clean.
  227. Churches, depending on their policy, can do fantastic work with people in the community.
  228. ‘Cinderella’ the cartoon scared me. I watched the bits with the mice, and the scenes with the stepsisters ripping her dress apart scared me. Cinderella was never even my favorite character in ‘Into the Woods.’
  229. Cinema has opened a world of possibilities up for me.
  230. Cinema is a medium that can translate ideas.
  231. Cinema is a mirror by which we often see ourselves.
  232. Cinema is an infinite medium, so we should take advantage of it, I think.
  233. Cinema is universal, beyond flags and borders and passports.
  234. Cinemas gained new young audiences who wanted films made for them.
  235. Circumstance has no value. It is how one relates to a situation that has value. All true meaning resides in the personal relationship to a phenomenon… what it means to you.
  236. Circumstances are beyond human control, but our conduct is in our own power.
  237. Circumstances give in reality to every political principle its distinguishing color and discriminating effect. The circumstances are what render every civil and political scheme beneficial or noxious to mankind.
  238. Circumstantial evidence is occasionally very convincing, as when you find a trout in the milk, to quote Thoreau’s example.
  239. Cities are not static objects to be feared or admired, but are instead a living process that residents are changing all the time.
  240. Cities are responsible for the vast majority of the creation of the economy. They’re also places into which we pour the vast majority of resources, the vast majority of energy and the places where a huge percentage of the decisions about how systems are built and how products designed, etc., happen.
  241. Cities generate most of the global economy, and most of its energy use, resource demands and climate emissions. How we build cities over the next decades will largely determine whether we can deliver a bright green future.
  242. Cities might become biological entities, walls hung with curtains of algae that glow at night and sequester carbon, and floors made from tweaked cellular material that strengthens like bones as we walk on it.
  243. Cities offer us powerful leverage on our most stubborn, wasteful practices. Long commutes in our cars, big power bills from our energy-hogging buildings, shopping trips to buy stuff that’ll spend a few short months in our homes and long centuries in our landfills.
  244. Citigroup, Bank of America, and JP Morgan Chase should not be permitted to charge consumers 25- to 30-percent interest on their credit cards, especially while these banks received over $4 trillion in loans from the Federal Reserve.
  245. Citizens in a democracy need diverse sources of news and information.
  246. Citizens must pressure the American Hospital Association, the American Public Health Association, the Centers for Disease Control and other relevant governmental agencies to make greening our hospitals and medical centers a top priority so that they themselves don’t create even more illness.
  247. City people live the city. We live in L.A., New York, we live in places where it’s chaotic and you never know what’s gonna happen. And that’s the music – you never know what’s gonna happen.
  248. Civil disobedience has an honourable history, and when the urgency and moral clarity cross a certain threshold, then I think that civil disobedience is quite understandable, and it has a role to play.
  249. Civil lawsuits do two important things: they compensate people who are injured by the bad acts of others, and they penalize people and companies for bad behavior.
  250. Civil rights leaders are involved in helping poor people. That’s what I’ve been doing all my life.
  251. Civilians are arrested every single day – including innocent ones – and they must wait until their day in court in order to argue their side of the story. Police officers must be subjected to the same rules.
  252. Civilization advances by extending the number of important operations which we can perform without thinking of them.
  253. Civilization and profit go hand in hand.
  254. Civilization had too many rules for me, so I did my best to rewrite them.
  255. Civilization is a movement and not a condition, a voyage and not a harbor.
  256. Civilization is the limitless multiplication of unnecessary necessities.
  257. Civilization is the progress toward a society of privacy. The savage’s whole existence is public, ruled by the laws of his tribe. Civilization is the process of setting man free from men.
  258. Civilizations can only be understood by those who are civilized.
  259. Civilizations die from suicide, not by murder.
  260. Clairvoyant, n.: A person, commonly a woman, who has the power of seeing that which is invisible to her patron – namely, that he is a blockhead.
  261. Clairvoyants can see flashes of colour, constantly changing, in the aura that surrounds every person: each thought, each feeling, thus translating itself in the astral world, visible to the astral sight.
  262. Class can ‘walk with kings and keep its virtue and talk with crowds and keep the common touch.’ Everyone is comfortable with the person who has class because that person is comfortable with himself.
  263. Class is considerate of others. It knows that good manners is nothing more than a series of petty sacrifices.
  264. Class is real. It can’t be faked.
  265. Class is the sure-footedness that comes with having proved you can meet life.
  266. Class never tries to build itself up by tearing others down. Class is already up and need not strive to look better by making others look worse.
  267. ‘Classic.’ A book which people praise and don’t read.
  268. Classic economic theory, based as it is on an inadequate theory of human motivation, could be revolutionized by accepting the reality of higher human needs, including the impulse to self actualization and the love for the highest values.
  269. Classical cooking and molecular gastronomy should remain separate. You can mix two styles and get fusion; any more, and you just get confusion.
  270. Claude Kirk could be hysterically funny and fearlessly bold, and he championed the environment, education, and diversity long before those issues were fashionable.
  271. Claude Kirk was probably the most charismatic person I ever met.
  272. Clean air and water, a diversity of animal and plant species, soil and mineral resources, and predictable weather are annuities that will pay dividends for as long as the human race survives – and may even extend our stay on Earth.
  273. Clean fighting solves everything. It ends all bad blood and any ill feelings people have. That’s my thoughts.
  274. Clearly, America’s dysfunctional food culture must bear some of the blame for our excess pounds, but it’s likely our walking-averse lifestyles contribute as well.
  275. Clearly older women and especially older women who have led an active life or elder women who successfully maneuver through their own family life have so much to teach us about sharing, patience, and wisdom.
  276. Clever and attractive women do not want to vote; they are willing to let men govern as long as they govern men.
  277. Cleverness is not wisdom.
  278. Cliff just started working with a client who has a very disorganized AdWords account. What’s an effective way for him to begin restructuring his client’s account?
  279. Climate change is a controversial subject, right? People will debate whether there is climate change… that’s a whole political debate that I don’t want to get into. I want to talk about the frequency of extreme weather situations, which is not political.
  280. Climate change is a terrible problem, and it absolutely needs to be solved. It deserves to be a huge priority.
  281. Climate change is not a discrete issue; it’s a symptom of larger problems. Fundamentally, our society as currently designed has no future. We’re chewing up the planet so fast, in so many different ways, that we could solve the climate problem tomorrow and still find that environmental collapse is imminent.
  282. Climate change knows no borders. It will not stop before the Pacific islands and the whole of the international community here has to shoulder a responsibility to bring about a sustainable development.
  283. Climate change might be disastrous, but does that mean we want carbon taxes that raise the price of a gallon of heating oil to $10? And how exactly will those taxes affect economic growth?
  284. Climate is what we expect, weather is what we get.
  285. Climbing is definitely very much strength-to-weight ratio. At the same time, I’ve never dieted or restricted calories. You’re just sort of mindful about not getting plump.
  286. Climbing to the top demands strength, whether it is to the top of Mount Everest or to the top of your career.
  287. Climbing’s always been a massive hobby of mine up until, kind of, recent times when I’ve had family, but no, it’s been a driving passion in my life, and, uh, I’ve always wanted to climb the Matterhorn. It was the mountain that, sort of, inspired me to climb, as a youngster.
  288. Clinton understands that climate change is real, is caused by human activity and is one of the great environmental crises facing our planet. She knows that we must transform our energy system away from fossil fuels and move aggressively to energy efficiency and sustainable energy.
  289. Clinton understands that in a competitive global economy we need the best-educated workforce in the world. She and I worked together on a proposal that will revolutionize higher education in America.
  290. Clinton’s attempt to socialize healthcare was the second most disgusting thing he did in the oval office. I can’t remember was the first thing was.
  291. Close to 80 percent of all terrorist activity in Samaria was directed and financed either by Hizbullah or the Iranians. Iran continues to increase its involvement in terror attacks inside Israel, particularly through a small but radical minority of Israeli Arabs which Iran supports and directs.
  292. Closing a public library is child abuse, really, because it hinders child development.
  293. Clothes and jewellery should be startling, individual. When you see a woman in my clothes, you want to know more about them. To me, that is what distinguishes good designers from bad designers.
  294. Clothes and manners do not make the man; but when he is made, they greatly improve his appearance.
  295. Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society.
  296. Clyde wants to raise the profile of his dance school. A “Display Network only” campaign can help him:
  297. CMS stands for:
  298. CNBC Awaaz News Mumbai Contact Address and WhatsApp Number
  299. CNN will always be the channel people turn on when wars and horrible disasters happen. The ‘trick’ is getting people to also want to watch it when there aren’t hundreds or thousands of people somewhere in the world currently in mortal peril.
  300. CNN’s problem goes to its very core and to the identity it’s sought ever since the rise of Fox News, on its right: CNN is the channel for people who don’t want to watch the other channels! That’s a stupid strategy.
  301. Co-opting the conservative line on anti-poverty programs did nothing to halt conservative attacks on anti-poverty programs.
  302. CO2 is the exhaling breath of our civilization, literally… Changing that pattern requires a scope, a scale, a speed of change that is beyond what we have done in the past.
  303. Coach’s voice will never leave my head as long as I live.
  304. Coal and oil lobbyists added fossil fuels to a bill aimed at helping American manufacturers, so they too could claim ‘manufacturing’ tax deductions.
  305. Cock your hat – angles are attitudes.
  306. Coincidence is God’s way of remaining anonymous.
  307. Collecting more taxes than is absolutely necessary is legalized robbery.
  308. Collective fear stimulates herd instinct, and tends to produce ferocity toward those who are not regarded as members of the herd.
  309. College isn’t the place to go for ideas.
  310. College wasn’t something I saw myself doing.
  311. Colleges are like old-age homes, except for the fact that more people die in colleges.
  312. Colleges produce more sports therapists than engineers. Perhaps because America is a sporty country: a lot of outdoors.
  313. Colonel Jack Jacobs is a good guy. And I see him on occasion.
  314. Colonies do not cease to be colonies because they are independent.
  315. Color in certain places has the great value of making the outlines and structural planes seem more energetic.
  316. Columbia was a wonderful label for me. Wonderful. The records I made there garnered me an audience. I won a number of polls during the years that I was at Columbia. The Downbeat Jazz Poll. Leonard Feather, who was a huge critic back in the day, different polls that he had. The Playboy poll, a number of polls. So the music was great.
  317. Combine two words, Myth and History. What do you get? Mystery.
  318. Comcast rents modems directly to consumers, thereby competing directly with companies like Zoom. It has every reason to make Zoom modems more expensive or even to drive companies like Zoom out of business.
  319. Come Christmas Eve, we usually go to my mom and dad’s. Everybody brings one gift and then we play that game when we all steal it from each other. Some are really cool, others are useful and some are a bit out there.
  320. Come, come, my conservative friend, wipe the dew off your spectacles, and see that the world is moving.
  321. Come, gentlemen, I hope we shall drink down all unkindness.
  322. Come on, you can’t name a truck after a chick.
  323. ‘Come out’ is so funny to me because I’ve never been in.
  324. Comedy can be, especially in a writer’s room, really aggressive, kind of a very male-dominated room, and it would be hard for women. It’s not a nurturing place. It’s not like a lot of women are going to say, I can’t wait to live that lifestyle and be in a writer’s room until 2 or 3 a.m.
  325. Comedy Central is what these young people are viewing. The network speaks to their audience, which is saying, ‘Give me fast jokes. Give me party stories and party language.’
  326. Comedy is a reflection. We create nothing. We set no styles, no standards. We’re reflections. It’s a distorted mirror in the fun house. We watch society. As society behaves, then we have the ability to make fun of it.
  327. Comedy is a universal language. I grew up watching Nagesh, Surilirajan, Thenga Srinivasan and S.V. Shekhar’s comedies. And, of course, Charlie Chaplin! These artists are so blessed: they can make other people happy.
  328. Comedy is an amazing calling. Once you get that first laugh, it’s hard to turn away. Then, of course, you’re hooked and you have to learn how to survive in the business.
  329. Comedy is difficult for an actor. But I think I have a good sense of humor and manage to make people laugh and make them happy.
  330. Comedy is tragedy – plus time.
  331. Comedy is ugly. It’s honest, it’s raw.
  332. Comedy isn’t necessarily all dialogue. Think of Buster Keaton: the poker face and all this chaos going on all around him. Sometimes it’s a question of timing, of the proper rhythm.
  333. Comedy to the Senate? Well, there certainly hasn’t been a satirist or a political satirist who’s done that. So, that really was uncharted territory during the campaign. But I think it’s a good thing. Some people thought that it was an odd career arc, but to me it made absolute sense.
  334. Comedy’s really about not being afraid to look terrible, look ugly, look silly, make fun of yourself. And that’s something that women are just not socialized to do. But more women are doing it, and more women have examples of women doing it brilliantly.
  335. Comfort and prosperity have never enriched the world as much as adversity has.
  336. Comfort food is absolutely moving upscale.
  337. Comforts and syphilis are the greatest enemies of mankind.
  338. Coming generations will learn equality from poverty, and love from woes.
  339. Coming into the league, if I would’ve had money, then obviously I would’ve had more tattoos.
  340. Coming out of ‘Wretched and Divine,’ I was still wanting to explore the more theatrical elements of songwriting. That led to Andy Black.
  341. Coming tight was boring to me, just the face… it didn’t have enough information.
  342. Coming together should be considered something positive for people and communities. When thoughts come together, that can be more positive than an individual thought.
  343. Coming up with something new and original is so exciting.
  344. Commerce with all nations, alliance with none, should be our motto.
  345. ‘Commercial’ is not the word that has to be said only by CEOs. It has to be something that is maybe the essence of design, because design has some sort of art in it and creation, but it’s also some object that you have to use. There is also this pragmatic end to it.
  346. Commit yourself to a mighty purpose.
  347. Common Core is a big win for education.
  348. Common looking people are the best in the world: that is the reason the Lord makes so many of them.
  349. Common sense is genius dressed in its working clothes.
  350. Common sense is genius in homespun.
  351. Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age eighteen.
  352. Commonsense is the realised sense of proportion.
  353. Communication is a skill that you can learn. It’s like riding a bicycle or typing. If you’re willing to work at it, you can rapidly improve the quality of evry part of your life.
  354. Communication is so key.
  355. Communicators need to figure out how well do they engage people, and they should not talk one word longer than people are engaged.
  356. Communism destroys democracy. Democracy can also destroy Communism.
  357. Communism has decided against God, against Christ, against the Bible, and against all religion.
  358. Communism has never come to power in a country that was not disrupted by war or corruption, or both.
  359. Communism is a religion that is inspired, directed and motivated by the Devil himself who has declared war against Almighty God.
  360. Communism is the corruption of a dream of justice.
  361. Communism is the death of the soul. It is the organization of total conformity – in short, of tyranny – and it is committed to making tyranny universal.
  362. Communists have always played an active role in the fight by colonial countries for their freedom, because the short-term objects of Communism would always correspond with the long-term objects of freedom movements.
  363. Community colleges play an important role in helping people transition between careers by providing the retooling they need to take on a new career.
  364. Companies buy customers when they cannot win new business on their own. They merge when their executives do not have a better idea of what to do.
  365. Companies that are willing to share, to withhold in order to further the growth of the company, willing to try to get a better atmosphere through a demonstration of democratic principles, fairness and cooperation, a better product, those will win in the end.
  366. Compared to industry in Europe or Japan, where industry was based on a craft tradition, we are sadly behind.
  367. Compared to what comics say today, I’m a monk, but in those days, it was unheard of to make fun of people like I did. Of course, they exaggerated how outrageous I really was.
  368. Compared to what some of the young comics use for material today, I’m a priest.
  369. Compared with other Indian film composers, I only write about six movies a year. Others write up to 60.
  370. Comparison is a thug that robs your joy. But it’s even more than that – Comparison makes you a thug who beats down somebody – or your soul.
  371. Compassion comes from a choice and not the liberal definition of a choice – the choice to say I can do with a little less so my brother can have a little more.
  372. Compassion, in which all ethics must take root, can only attain its full breadth and depth if it embraces all living creatures and does not limit itself to mankind.
  373. Compassion is the basis of morality.
  374. Competing is intense among humans, and within a group, selfish individuals always win. But in contests between groups, groups of altruists always beat groups of selfish individuals.
  375. Competition gives me energy. It keeps me focused.
  376. Competitive feeling means you want do do good work. You can’t lie about wanting to be on top. There is no reason for me to be insecure at this time. I would be insecure if I was sitting at home doing nothing, but I am in films now, and that’s where I always wanted to be.
  377. Complete possession is proved only by giving. All you are unable to give possesses you.
  378. Completely overwhelmed, it is huge project to be working on ‘Singh Is Bliing.’ How everyone is enjoying the film is everything to me. Definitely, it is the biggest milestone of my career.
  379. Completeness? Happiness? These words don’t come close to describing my emotions. There truly is nothing I can say to capture what motherhood means to me, particularly given my medical history.
  380. Compliment three people every day.
  381. Compromise has a negative connotation.
  382. Compromise, n. Such an adjustment of conflicting interests as gives each adversary the satisfaction of thinking he has got what he ought not to have, and is deprived of nothing except what was justly his due.
  383. Computer photography won’t be photography as we know it. I think photography will always be chemical.
  384. Computers are like Old Testament gods; lots of rules and no mercy.
  385. Computers are still technology because we are still wrestling with it: it’s still being invented; we’re still trying to work out how it works. There’s a world of game interaction to come that you or I wouldn’t recognise. It’s time for the machines to disappear. The computer’s got to disappear into all of the things we use.
  386. Computers double their performance every month.
  387. Computers make it easier to do a lot of things, but most of the things they make it easier to do don’t need to be done.
  388. Computers make me totally blank out.
  389. Computers may save time but they sure waste a lot of paper. About 98 percent of everything printed out by a computer is garbage that no one ever reads.
  390. Computers themselves, and software yet to be developed, will revolutionize the way we learn.
  391. Computers will be able to do all the mundane tasks in our daily lives.
  392. Comscore, Nielsen, MediaMetrix and Quantcast studies all show women are the driving force of the most important net trend of the decade, the social web.
  393. Concede that the new government of Louisiana is only to what it should be, as the egg is to the fowl; we shall sooner have the fowl by hatching the egg than by smashing it.
  394. Concentrate all your thoughts upon the work at hand. The sun’s rays do not burn until brought to a focus.
  395. Concentrate your energies, your thoughts and your capital. The wise man puts all his eggs in one basket and watches the basket.
  396. Concentrated power has always been the enemy of liberty.
  397. Concentration comes out of a combination of confidence and hunger.
  398. Concentration, Confidence, Competitive urge, Capacity for enjoyment.
  399. Concentration is my motto – first honesty, then industry, then concentration.
  400. Concern for man and his fate must always form the chief interest of all technical endeavors. Never forget this in the midst of your diagrams and equations.
  401. Concern should drive us into action and not into depression.
  402. Concupiscence and force are the source of all our actions; concupiscence causes voluntary actions, force involuntary ones.
  403. Condemn me. It does not matter. History will absolve me.
  404. Confession of errors is like a broom which sweeps away the dirt and leaves the surface brighter and clearer. I feel stronger for confession.
  405. Confidante: One entrusted by A with the secrets of B confided to herself by C.
  406. Confidence and empowerment are cousins in my opinion. Empowerment comes from within and typically it’s stemmed and fostered by self-assurance. To feel empowered is to feel free and that’s when people do their best work. You can’t fake confidence or empowerment.
  407. Confidence-building is not something that can go on forever. If it goes on forever then it becomes counterproductive.
  408. Confidence was never in short supply in my case. If anything, I think I overshot the mark with confidence way too early in my career, and gradually, it’s about just getting more humble and wanting to sit down more.
  409. Confidentially, the type of male I find most enjoyable for a friend is one who has enough fire and assurance to speak up for his convictions.
  410. Conforming is not cool.
  411. Conformity is the jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth.
  412. Confront a corpse at least once. The absolute absence of life is the most disturbing and challenging confrontation you will ever have.
  413. Confront the dark parts of yourself, and work to banish them with illumination and forgiveness. Your willingness to wrestle with your demons will cause your angels to sing.
  414. Confrontation is something that I accept as part of the project though not its purpose.
  415. Confusion of goals and perfection of means seems, in my opinion, to characterize our age.
  416. Congress needs to toughen the laws protecting elections and make clear that anyone interfering with democracy will pay a stiff price.
  417. Congress will pass a law restricting public comment on the Internet to individuals who have spent a minimum of one hour actually accomplishing a specific task while on line.
  418. Connectivity enables transparency for better government, education, and health.
  419. Conquest is not in our principles. It is inconsistent with our government.
  420. Conscious breath control is a useful tool for achieving a relaxed, clear state of mind.
  421. Conscious of not being able to separate myself from my time, I have decided to become part of it.
  422. Consciousness conceives, governs, constructs, and becomes the activity of the body.
  423. Consciousness, rather than being an epiphenomenon of matter, is actually the source of matter. It differentiates into space time, energy, information, and matter. Even though this view is an ancient view, an ancient world view, it is now finding some resonance amongst a few scientists.
  424. Conservation is a state of harmony between men and land.
  425. Conservatism discards Prescription, shrinks from Principle, disavows Progress; having rejected all respect for antiquity, it offers no redress for the present, and makes no preparation for the future.
  426. Conservative Justices have a history of not standing by their professed commitment to judicial restraint.
  427. Conservative, n: A statesman who is enamored of existing evils, as distinguished from the Liberal who wishes to replace them with others.
  428. Conservatives are routinely pilloried on television. A&E likely greenlit ‘Duck Dynasty’ in the first place because executives believed Americans would laugh at the redneck antics of the self-described ‘white trash’ family.
  429. Conservatives don’t want to read good, smart books. They mostly want to read Fox and talk radio hosts writing about presidents.
  430. Conservatives frequently complain of being frozen out of the culture industry, though, like all industries, the culture industry will produce or sell anything it expects to profit from.
  431. Conservatives have a problem with women. For that matter, all men do.
  432. Conservatives like to insist that their judges are strict constructionists, giving the Constitution and statutes their precise meaning and no more, while judges like Ms. Sotomayor are activists. But there is no magic right way to interpret terms like ‘free speech’ or ‘due process’ – or potato chip.
  433. Conservatives understand that the power that binds our republic together is fierce independence held high on the shoulders of compassion.
  434. Consider a clock thermostat, and set it so that you’re not using energy when you don’t need it, when you’re out of your house.
  435. Consider any individual at any period of his life, and you will always find him preoccupied with fresh plans to increase his comfort.
  436. Consider the fellow. He never spends his time telling you about his previous night’s date. You get the idea he has eyes only for you and wouldn’t think of looking at another woman.
  437. Consider the social proof of a line of people standing behind a velvet rope, waiting to get into a club. The line makes most people walking by want to find out what’s worth the wait. The digital equivalent of the velvet rope helped build viral growth for initially invite-only launches like Gmail, Gilt Groupe, Spotify, and Turntable.fm.
  438. Consider what kind of car you get. Buy cars and other products that have the least impact environmentally.
  439. Consider your origins: you were not made to live as brutes, but to follow virtue and knowledge.
  440. Considering retirement is like skirting with the reality of what’s to come, and I think that’s why so many athletes decide to do more introspection at that point.
  441. Considering their impact, you might expect mosquitoes to get more attention than they do. Sharks kill fewer than a dozen people every year, and in the U.S. they get a week dedicated to them on TV every year.
  442. Consistency for me is everything.
  443. Consistency is contrary to nature, contrary to life. The only completely consistent people are dead.
  444. Consistency is the last refuge of the unimaginative.
  445. Conspiracies fascinate me. When I visited the Rozabal shrine in Srinagar before writing my first book, I remember thinking that the person enshrined there was no ordinary mortal. History is rife with mysteries, and that visit ignited a fire to unveil some of them.
  446. Constant development is the law of life, and a man who always tries to maintain his dogmas in order to appear consistent drives himself into a false position.
  447. Constant, gentle pressure is my preferred technique for leadership, guidance, and coaching.
  448. Constant kindness can accomplish much. As the sun makes ice melt, kindness causes misunderstanding, mistrust, and hostility to evaporate.
  449. Constitutions should consist only of general provisions; the reason is that they must necessarily be permanent, and that they cannot calculate for the possible change of things.
  450. Consul – in American politics, a person who having failed to secure an office from the people is given one by the Administration on condition that he leave the country.
  451. Consult: To seek approval for a course of action already decided upon.
  452. Consumers have not been told effectively enough that they have huge power and that purchasing and shopping involve a moral choice.
  453. Consumption is the sole end and purpose of all production; and the interest of the producer ought to be attended to, only so far as it may be necessary for promoting that of the consumer.
  454. Contemplating Christmas when you are isolated and far from home brings its own unique pain.
  455. Contempt for happiness is usually contempt for other people’s happiness, and is an elegant disguise for hatred of the human race.
  456. Contempt is the weapon of the weak and a defense against one’s own despised and unwanted feelings.
  457. Content arises out of certain considerations about form, material, context-and that when that subject matter is sufficiently far away.
  458. Content is defined by 3 things. What are they?
  459. Content makes poor men rich; discontent makes rich men poor.
  460. Contentment is the only real wealth.
  461. Context and memory play powerful roles in all the truly great meals in one’s life.
  462. Context is worth 80 IQ points.
  463. Continents may break up, continents may emerge, but the human race is immortal in its origin and in its growth, and there is nothing to be afraid of, even if the foundations of the earth be moved.
  464. Continuous effort – not strength or intelligence – is the key to unlocking our potential.
  465. Continuous eloquence wearies. Grandeur must be abandoned to be appreciated. Continuity in everything is unpleasant. Cold is agreeable, that we may get warm.
  466. Contradiction is not a sign of falsity, nor the lack of contradiction a sign of truth.
  467. Contradictions do not exist. Whenever you think you are facing a contradiction, check your premises. You will find that one of them is wrong.
  468. Contrary to my image, I do have a sense of humour.
  469. Contrary to popular belief, I don’t spend a whole lot of time following soccer. But as I have traveled around the world to better understand global development and health, I’ve learned that soccer is truly universal. No matter where I go, that’s what kids are playing. That’s what people are talking about.
  470. Contrary to the claims of some of my critics and some of the editorial pages, I am an ardent believer in the free market.
  471. Contrary to what the cynics say, distance is not for the fearful, it is for the bold. It’s for those who are willing to spend a lot of time alone in exchange for a little time with the one they love. It’s for those knowing a good thing when they see it, even if they don’t see it nearly enough.
  472. ‘Control’ had to do with my own life a lot, and that’s why that seemed to be a film I could be the director of, because I had an emotional attachment to the whole story. And because of that experience, I feel that I can try other films. I didn’t set out to become a director.
  473. Control thy passions lest they take vengence on thee.
  474. Controversial disputes are a part of democratic culture.
  475. Convent – a place of retirement for women who wish for leisure to meditate upon the sin of idleness.
  476. Conventional people are roused to fury by departure from convention, largely because they regard such departure as a criticism of themselves.
  477. Conventional wisdom notwithstanding, there is no reason either in football or in poetry why the two should not meet in a man’s life if he has the weight and cares about the words.
  478. Conversation about the weather is the last refuge of the unimaginative.
  479. Conversation would be vastly improved by the constant use of four simple words: I do not know.
  480. Conversion is a change of masters. Will we not do as much for our new master, the Lord Jesus, as we did once for our old tyrant lusts?
  481. Conversion is not my intention. Changing religion is not easy. You may develop some kind of confusion or difficulties.
  482. Conversion Tracking helps you improve the return on investment (ROI) from your online advertising because it:
  483. Convictions are more dangerous foes of truth than lies.
  484. Cooking certain dishes, like roast pork, reminds me of my mother.
  485. Cooperation with the U.S. is the basis on which all Israeli foreign policy is built.
  486. Copenhagen has done a remarkable job creating streets that are focused on bicycles and pedestrians.
  487. Copiers do not collaborate.
  488. Coping with injuries is always difficult for athletes because all we want to do is, basically, to have our best performances unhindered.
  489. Coping with the demands of everyday life would be exceedingly trying if one could arrive at solutions to problems only by actually performing possible options and suffering the consequences.
  490. Corny answer is of course is that everyone who wants musicals are children in different ways, aren’t they? So you think of them in different ways. There are things of mine I’m sorry haven’t come here.
  491. Corporate executives often buy or sell shares in their companies, and stocks rarely rise or fall significantly when those transactions are reported.
  492. Corporate tax reform is nice in theory but tough in practice. It most likely requires lower tax rates and the closing of loopholes, which many companies are sure to fight. And whatever new, lower tax rate is determined, there will probably be another country willing to lower its rate further, creating a sad race to zero.
  493. Corporation: An ingenious device for obtaining profit without individual responsibility.
  494. Corporations have enormous treasuries, and there are a lot of things they want from government, many of which clash with the public interest.
  495. Corruption, embezzlement, fraud, these are all characteristics which exist everywhere. It is regrettably the way human nature functions, whether we like it or not. What successful economies do is keep it to a minimum. No one has ever eliminated any of that stuff.
  496. Corruption is one of the most common reasons I hear in views that criticize aid.
  497. Cory Booker became a millionaire because this is how the economy works for people of his class: Rich people give other rich people money to do nothing, simply because they ‘deserve’ it.
  498. Cosmology is a rapidly advancing field.
  499. Cost is the spectre haunting health reform. For many decades, the great flaw in the American health-care system was its unconscionable gaps in coverage.
  500. Cost–per–thousand impressions (CPM) bidding is only available for:
  501. Costume people are always saying they don’t have clothes big enough for me.
  502. Costumes and scenery alone will not attract audiences.
  503. Could a greater miracle take place than for us to look through each other’s eyes for an instant?
  504. Could I have but a line a century hence crediting a contribution to the advance of peace, I would yield every honor which has been accorded by war.
  505. Coulda, woulda, Shoulda.
  506. Count Dracula had directed me to go to the Golden Krone Hotel, which I found, to my great delight, to be thoroughly old-fashioned, for of course I wanted to see all I could of the ways of the country.
  507. Counter-knowledge covers the propagation of false legends and conspiracy theories often used for political purposes or fundamentalist religious propaganda.
  508. Counting one thousand gifts, I discovered I could count on God.
  509. Countries are well cultivated, not as they are fertile, but as they are free.
  510. Countries around the world have their own immigration laws and methods of dealing with a recurring theme: desperate people searching for peace from volatile parts of the world. And nations everywhere thrive and prosper from the contributions of immigrants and the children of immigrants – including right here in the U.S.
  511. Countries such as Iraq, Iran, Libya and Syria, which support terrorist organizations and use terror to achieve their objectives, are precisely the same countries working tirelessly to acquire weapons of mass destruction. This combination creates a new dimension to the threat on our way of life in the 21st century.
  512. Countries which receive aid do graduate. Within a generation, Korea went from being a big recipient to being a big aid donor. China used to get quite a bit of aid; now it’s aid-neutral.
  513. Courage and willingness to just go for it, whether it is a conversation or a spontaneous trip or trying new things that are scary – it is a really attractive quality.
  514. Courage is a mean with regard to fear and confidence.
  515. Courage is contagious. When a brave man takes a stand, the spines of others are often stiffened.
  516. Courage is fear holding on a minute longer.
  517. Courage is fire, and bullying is smoke.
  518. Courage is grace under pressure.
  519. Courage is never to let your actions be influenced by your fears.
  520. Courage is not simply one of the virtues, but the form of every virtue at the testing point.
  521. Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear.
  522. Courage is rightly esteemed the first of human qualities… because it is the quality which guarantees all others.
  523. Courage is the first of human qualities because it is the quality which guarantees the others.
  524. Courage is the most important of all the virtues, because without courage you can’t practice any other virtue consistently. You can practice any virtue erratically, but nothing consistently without courage.
  525. Courage is the price that life exacts for granting peace.
  526. Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.
  527. Courage – you develop courage by doing small things like just as if you wouldn’t want to pick up a 100-pound weight without preparing yourself.
  528. Courageous people do not fear forgiving, for the sake of peace.
  529. Courtesy is as much a mark of a gentleman as courage.
  530. Covergirl is my sponsor, and they have been so helpful in supplying me with their wonderful products. I love their blush, mascara and lip gloss.
  531. Coward: One who, in a perilous emergency, thinks with his legs.
  532. Cowardice… is almost always simply a lack of ability to suspend functioning of the imagination.
  533. Cowards die many times before their actual deaths.
  534. Cowards die many times before their deaths; the valiant never taste of death but once.
  535. Cows are my passion. What I have ever sighed for has been to retreat to a Swiss farm, and live entirely surrounded by cows – and china.
  536. Crawl out of one hole and into another.
  537. ‘Crazy-busy’ is a great armor, it’s a great way for numbing. What a lot of us do is that we stay so busy, and so out in front of our life, that the truth of how we’re feeling and what we really need can’t catch up with us.
  538. Create a garden; bring children to farms for field trips. I think it’s important that parents and teachers get together to do one or two things they can accomplish well – a teaching garden, connecting with farms nearby, weave food into the curriculum.
  539. Create around one at least a small circle where matters are arranged as one wants them to be.
  540. Create something for yourself that you feel proud of, that you are in control of, that gives you a better understanding of the type of artist you want to be.
  541. Creating a book and creating a collection involve a lot of editing.
  542. Creation is a miracle of daily recurrence. ‘A miracle a minute’ would not be a bad slogan for God.
  543. Creation is a sustained period of bliss, even though the subject can still be very sad. Because there’s the triumph of coming through and understanding that you have, and that you did it the way only you could do it. You didn’t do it the way somebody told you to do it.
  544. Creative activity could be described as a type of learning process where teacher and pupil are located in the same individual.
  545. Creative freedom is a huge carrot.
  546. Creative minds have always been known to survive any kind of bad training.
  547. Creative people are more prone to depression.
  548. Creative universities are bedrock of every developed nation’s S&T strategy.
  549. Creativity has got to start with humanity and when you’re a human being, you feel, you suffer. You’re gay, you’re sick, you’re nervous or whatever.
  550. Creativity is a natural extension of our enthusiasm.
  551. Creativity is an energy. It’s a precious energy, and it’s something to be protected. A lot of people take for granted that they’re a creative person, but I know from experience, feeling it in myself, it is a magic; it is an energy. And it can’t be taken for granted.
  552. Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn’t really do it, they just saw something. It seemed obvious to them after a while. That’s because they were able to connect experiences they’ve had and synthesize new things.
  553. Creativity is the key to success in the future, and primary education is where teachers can bring creativity in children at that level.
  554. Creativity is what helps me escape a lot of my inner demons.
  555. Creativity was born out of necessity because I didn’t have many things to play with.
  556. Credit is a system whereby a person who can not pay gets another person who can not pay to guarantee that he can pay.
  557. Creditor. One of a tribe of savages dwelling beyond the Financial Straits and dreaded for their desolating incursions.
  558. Creditors have better memories than debtors.
  559. Crime is terribly revealing. Try and vary your methods as you will, your tastes, your habits, your attitude of mind, and your soul is revealed by your actions.
  560. Crimes against children are the most heinous crime. That, for me, would be a reason for capital punishment because children are innocent and need the guidance of an adult society.
  561. Criticism in good faith is good. When it’s targeted solely to destruction, I’m not interested.
  562. Criticism may not be agreeable, but it is necessary. It fulfils the same function as pain in the human body. It calls attention to an unhealthy state of things.
  563. Critics have a job to do. They do not criticise you without reason.
  564. Critics have a responsibility to put things in a cultural and sociological or political context. That is important.
  565. Critics have called alien epic ‘Avatar’ a version of ‘Dances With Wolves’ because it’s about a white guy going native and becoming a great leader. But Avatar is just the latest scifi rehash of an old white guilt fantasy.
  566. Critics who have said a safer shot here or there would undoubtedly have won me a few more tournaments are probably correct. Going for the green in two was who I was as a boy – and it’s who I remain as a man.
  567. Crony capitalism is essentially a condition in which… public officials are giving favours to people in the private sector in payment of political favours.
  568. Crowded classrooms and half-day sessions are a tragic waste of our greatest national resource – the minds of our children.
  569. Crowdfunding as an idea itself isn’t new – bands have been doing it since the dawn of time.
  570. Crowdsourced content means creating your own content
  571. Cruelty would be delicious if one could only find some sort of cruelty that didn’t really hurt.
  572. Crummy pictures, live appearances, circuses, avant garde theater, dinner theater. I’ve done it all. I’ve been shot out of cannons. I know what the people want. I’m out there with the people.
  573. Cry, the beloved country, for the unborn child that is the inheritor of our fear. Let him not love the earth too deeply… For fear will rob him of all if he gives too much.
  574. Crying is really bad for your vocal cords.
  575. Crying wolf is a real danger.
  576. Crystals grew inside rock like arithmetic flowers. They lengthened and spread, added plane to plane in an awed and perfect obedience to an absolute geometry that even stones – maybe only the stones – understood.
  577. CTR is calculated by the below formula:
  578. Cuba came to be the last country to get rid of Spanish colonialism and the first to shake off the heinous imperialist tutelage.
  579. Cuba never had advisors in Vietnam. The military there knew very well how to conduct their war.
  580. Culinary tradition is not always based on fact. Sometimes it’s based on history, on habits that come out of a time when kitchens were fueled by charcoal.
  581. Culture is just a shambling zombie that repeats what it did in life; bits of it drop off, and it doesn’t appear to notice.
  582. Culture is our nature, and the ability to learn and change is our most important and fundamental instinct.
  583. Culture is to make a nice drinking bowl from one’s enemy’s skull. Civilization is to go to prison for that.
  584. Culture of the mind must be subservient to the heart.
  585. Culture: the cry of men in face of their destiny.
  586. Curiosity is lying in wait for every secret.
  587. Curiosity is natural to the soul of man and interesting objects have a powerful influence on our affections.
  588. Curiosity, n. An objectionable quality of the female mind. The desire to know whether or not a woman is cursed with curiosity is one of the most active and insatiable passions of the masculine soul.
  589. Curiosity – the rover and the concept – is what science is all about: the quest to reveal the unknown.
  590. Curious things, habits. People themselves never knew they had them.
  591. Cursed is the man who dies, but the evil done by him survives.
  592. Custom Dimensions can be used as which of the following?
  593. Custom is our nature. What are our natural principles but principles of custom?
  594. Custom is the great guide to human life.
  595. Custom labels can be a great way for you to:
  596. Custom reconciles us to everything.
  597. Custom Reports will NOT let you do what?
  598. Customers are now driven by trying to optimize value.
  599. Customers require the effective integration of technologies to simplify their workflow and boost efficiency.
  600. Customers who want to increase app downloads should use which campaign type?
  601. Customizing the meta description for your blog posts will ALWAYS help improve that post’s search engine ranking.
  602. Cut out all these exclamation points. An exclamation point is like laughing at your own joke.
  603. Cut your arms and legs off, and you’re left with a trunk, which you need to be as strong as possible. It’s easier to push over someone who is tall and skinny than someone short and stocky. That’s why we work everything from the calves to the neck.
  604. Cutting edge, breakthrough, television. That’s what we want to do.
  605. Cutting the deficit by gutting our investments in innovation and education is like lightening an overloaded airplane by removing its engine. It may make you feel like you’re flying high at first, but it won’t take long before you feel the impact.
  606. Cyberspace is – or can be – a good, friendly and egalitarian place to meet.
  607. Cyclists. I really hate them. I wish they would not be so self-righteous and realise they are a danger to pedestrians. I wish cyclists would not vindictively snap off wing mirrors on cars when they were trying to cross in front of the car at a danger to motorists and pedestrians.
  608. Cynic, n: a blackguard whose faulty vision sees things as they are, not as they ought to be.
  609. Cynical realism is the intelligent man’s best excuse for doing nothing in an intolerable situation.
  610. Cynicism is something which has become symbolic of imperial policy.
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