Intimidating sports slogans
I have had other parents and family members investigate me -- look into my professional background -- hoping to find something to discredit me to the patients I was seeing at the time because they disputed their memories.
This isn't the kind of sober, scientific discourse you all claim you want.” ― David L.
Dove, too, is a toy or possibly a dog as I lead her through the throngs of people.” ― Maggie Stiefvater, “We like to stress the commonness of heroes. We want to admire but think we have a right not to be intimidated. Parents and other family members have called or written me insisting on talking with me about my patients' cases, despite my clearly indicating I can't because of professional confidentiality.
Doctors and scientists said that breaking the four-minute mile was impossible, that one would die in the attempt. We are nerved for the contest, and must conquer or perish.
Thus, when I got up from the track after collapsing at the finish line, I figured I was dead. The next gale that sweeps from the north will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms! It is vain to look for present aid: none is at hand. Rally to the standard, and be no longer the scoff of mercenary tongues!
The three shapeshifters stared at me, openmouthed.“That’s how you intimidate people. Get your asses to the car.” ― Ilona Andrews, “Whoever has experienced the power and the unrestrained ability to humiliate another human being automatically loses his own sensations.
Tyranny is a habit, it has its own organic life, it develops finally into a disease.
— Roger Bannister But if we fail, then the whole world, including the United States, including all that we have known and cared for, will sink into the abyss of a new dark age made more sinister, and perhaps more protracted, by the lights of perverted science. Be men, be free men, that your children may bless their father’s name.