For those of y 'all who don 't know me, Allen Iverson personally you probably think i 'm some sort of punk, thug and a selfish player. People probably think I have put myself ahead of my team. Well those people don 't know me at all and are complete idiots. The same people who try to benefit off others failure. The fact is I really don 't care, screw the haters let them talk and talk, but I know they can 't back up the talk.
This article shines the DAC in a bad light and makes them look too selective. This is never good for a business and I would have figured out why Fieger was not let in the club. The premise of this article is that the DAC may be too selective with their members, and even big names such as Geoffrey Fieger have trouble gaining
In other words, George Milton did not gain any advantages with having Lennie follow him from job to job. So why did George drag Lennie around everywhere? Jurors, please keep in mind that George and Lennie labeled each other as friends, but by definition “friends” means: (1) one attached to another by affection or esteem, or (2) one that is not hostile. If we look at this definition in context with George and Lennie, we can see on numerous occasions where George could be seen giving false information, berating, downgrading, and threatening Lennie. George viscously gnarled at the poor Lennie, “You gonna give me that mouse or do I have to sock you” (Steinbeck )?
According to Glenn Beck, Soros has a penchant for bringing down world governments. The biggest trouble that Glenn Beck and other haters have with Soros is how he rarely appears to care. He has very rarely taken the bait of his haters. In most cases, he has flicked off the latest anti-Soros garble and continued moving forward. Nevertheless, it can still be hard to hear the likes of Glenn Beck charge Soros with
Most of the time the phrase “check your privilege” is used negatively. When used in this way it often intimidates people, and they feel the need to defend themselves. We can always find a reason to justify hostility but at the end of the day it 's still just that: hostility. And hostile, overused quotes like "check your privilege" doesn’t educate people, they just alienate them and turn them on the defensive. As James Baldwin said, “It is true that two wrongs don 't make a right, as we love to point out to the people we have wronged.
“I think the destructive, vicious, negative nature of much of the news media makes it harder to govern this country, harder to attract decent people to run for public office.” ~ Newt Gingrinch. When Newt Gingrinch made this quote he was the one speaking the truth, unlike our Media that we tune into today. Our news channels speak nothing but lies, and the sad thing is, there is nothing we can do about it. It is very hard to trust the news when they don’t even tell us the full story. When you watch the news you expect to have facts about what is going on.
Because of fear, moral obligations, habit, lack of confidence, and/or just plain indifference we more often than not just do nothing. We, myself included (I’m not that oblivious), bitch and moan about the things our government does, we talk about changing it, and then we do nothing. The irony here does not escape me and now I feel like an even bigger asshole because here I a writing this, acknowledging I am no exception, but I know I am still not going to do anything to try and change anything! And now I actually just complained about complaining about issues and not doing anything—while
The real problem really lies in the lack of respect the younger, more mischievous vacationers have for the area. They quite commonly take to vandalizing walls, streets and even some monuments leaving a stigma on whatever the target of this vandalism may be. It is sad that such things occur so needlessly and that those responsible will not be present long enough to take responsibility. This leaves the mess for the locals to give up time, money, and effort to restore the damage they leave in their wake each
Winston shows that everyone is intimidated by the telescreen’s omnipresent, incredibly powerful eye. It denounces criminals daily, and Winston lives in fear that the telescreen will pick up on even the slightest flicker of dissent report him. The telescreen is a very effective way of maintaining control because of its ubiquity. People are not given any privacy to think freely. Citizens live with the fear that someone is always watching them through the telescreen, analyzing every word and motion.
“The Misguided Passion of Glenn Greenwald” by Jack Shafer is an article that goes against Greenwald. Shafer says that Greenwald is too quick to the punch to defend himself and thinks everybody is after him. Greenwald has to do such things because his opinion is in the minority, and he is essentially an independent journalist and does not have a company protecting him. Journalism does not help the overall situation either because bias can be too powerful of an
The bad sign is that people can still have their lives ruined over the use of profanity but because the story wasn’t talked about in the media that much shows that public opinion towards profanity is becoming less and less against it. Jerry Hamza who was George Carlin’s friend and manager said that “If the 'Seven Dirty Words ' have a legacy, it 's that language and freedom of speech win,". He continued to say that "I don 't think people are going back to saying, 'You can 't say this, you can 't say that. ' I think those barriers are gone. I think the 'Seven Dirty Words ' have helped bust down the uptightness about language and I don 't think we can ever go back.
And what is sad is these oblivious politicians are still trying to push their non-gun agenda even when the facts say the contrary. What they need is a harsh taste of reality. How dare they refuse people the right to defend themselves when their lives are threatened every single day? And yet theses politicians probably have 2 security guys with them at all times carrying guns to protect them. These people are walking contradictions and need to be held accountable for their asinine ideas for the people’s
And yes, at the moment Macbeth felt extremely guilty, but this guilt did not move him to at least come clean and try to fix things. This constant lying made it easier for him to act as if it had never happened, for a long time he kept this secret. He then felt threatened by his own friend Banquo, remembering that great things were to happen to him as well. Again, he let the greed, and the want to have all the power and recognition for himself, control his decisions by ordering the murder of Banquo and his
Fundamental attribution error (or correspondence bias) In my viewpoint that we just about people very easily when we see people what they are doing and all most all the time from the appearance of the people we judged them and we didn’t care or think that; is their another things that may be the cause or reason of these actions that those people do? For example when we see those Saurian, Afghans or Iranian that they leaving their country and going to western country from those unsaved and dangerous way they are insane but why they do most of the time we didn’t care about this part or those Afghans that Iran government force them to fight in Syria war we see those Afghans uneducated or insane but why they do that we didn’t ask from ourselves.” It is easy to think that poor people are lazy, that those people, who say something harsh, are rude or unfriendly, and that all terrorist are insane madmen.” (Stangor, 2014) I think we should training to ourselves to not judged people that is why we have judge in our country because we didn’t care about the all aspect of a situation so we don’t have an honest judge education to do that.