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Class Of 2013 quotes by Anonymous
#1. Nine months after graduation, a little more than half of the class of 2013 had found full-time jobs as lawyers, down from 77 percent of 2007, according to the most recent data from the American Bar Association and the National Association for Law Placement. Those who did find jobs had starting salaries that were 8 percent below the 2009 peak, averaging $78,205 in 2013. While attending American University Washington #Quote by Anonymous
Class Of 2013 quotes by Nipsey Hussle
#2. [In Eritrea] in key positions - president, government, police - everybody's the same [color]. It's a country run by its people. No racial class, everybody feels a part of it. #Quote by Nipsey Hussle
Class Of 2013 quotes by Nadine Gordimer
#3. The pirogues came with live turtles, and with fish, with cloudy beer and wine made from bananas, palm nuts, or sorghum, and with the smoked meat of hippopotamus and crocodile. The vendors did a good trade with our crew and the passengers down at the third-class boat; the laughter, the exclamations, and the argument of bargaining were with us all day, heard but not understood, like voices in the next room. At stopping places, the people who were nourished on these ingredients of a witches' brew poured ashore across the single plank flung down for them, very human in contour, the flesh of the children sweet, the men and women strong and sometimes handsome. We, thank God, were fed on veal and ham and Brussels sprouts, brought frozen from Europe. #Quote by Nadine Gordimer
Class Of 2013 quotes by William J. Clinton
#4. This is one way that wealthy Americans could really contribute. They could put hundreds of millions of dollars into the infrastructure bank, be a good investment for them, for their children, for their grandchildren, and they would directly contribute to revitalizing a big sector of middle-class wages in America and making our country more productive, so that we could create more opportunity. But I think that we could get a lot of grassroots support from, like, local chambers of commerce and other things if they understood exactly how this infrastructure bank would work. #Quote by William J. Clinton
Class Of 2013 quotes by Melissa Scott
#5. like all of her, wrong sex, wrong class, wrong attitude... #Quote by Melissa Scott
Class Of 2013 quotes by Wendy Z. Goldman
#6. Ideas about the withering away of the family found strong parallels in the political commitment to the withering
away of law. The great majority of jurists shared the view that under socialism, morality and limited norms would supercede law and the state in governing social relations. A classless society would have no need of law to regulate and coerce human behavior. In the words of the jurist M. Kozlovskii, "Law is born with the division of society into classes and it dies with the death of class society. #Quote by Wendy Z. Goldman
Class Of 2013 quotes by Charles R. Morris
#7. It may not be replicable: One of the hardest transition that a developing country can make is the transition to middle-class status. Governments have to let go, people start insisting on following their own lights, etc. #Quote by Charles R. Morris
Class Of 2013 quotes by Richard Florida
#8. Beneath the surface, unnoticed by many, an even deeper force was at work - the rise of creativity as a fundamental economic driver, and the rise of a new social class, the Creative Class. #Quote by Richard Florida
Class Of 2013 quotes by Gerard Butler
#9. I wasn't going to be an actor. I was going to be a lawyer. I came from a family just above working class, just below middle class, a great family of wonderful values. The idea of me having a chance for a law degree was enticing. Enticing to me but also very enticing to my family. #Quote by Gerard Butler
Class Of 2013 quotes by R. Alan Woods
#10. To Christy Wimber:

"Are you even aware of the massive growth of the 'organic' home church movement in the USA??? They are primarily comprised of those Christians who have suffered significant 'spiritual abuse' (Dr. Ken Blue) within the 'organized' churches of which the Vineyard may be sadly included. I know John came down hard on any servant leader who spiritually abused anyone if he was personally aware of it!!! Alas, John is gone and there doesn't seem to be anyone who comes near to filling his spiritual 'shoes' within VCFUSA. Seems to me God is putting those in leadership who abuse the flock in their empty church!!!"

~R. Alan Woods [2013] #Quote by R. Alan Woods
Class Of 2013 quotes by Susan T. Fiske
#11. It is typical for implicit status hierarchies of influence and esteem to emerge in interpersonal encounters, especially those that are goal oriented. #Quote by Susan T. Fiske
Class Of 2013 quotes by Snoop Dogg
#12. I was like the class clown in school so I guess I would say I did like the attention. In church I did a lot of plays, my mother made me play characters, do a lot of drama and acting, trying to become someone else. So it helped me create who I am, to create Snoop Dogg. #Quote by Snoop Dogg
Class Of 2013 quotes by Peter Wollen
#13. The same theme can be found in Carol Reed's pioneering The Stars Look Down, in which three classic avenue of escape from the working class are posited: crime, football and education. #Quote by Peter Wollen
Class Of 2013 quotes by Michelle Alexander
#14. Arguably the most important parallel between mass incarceration and Jim Crow is that both have served to define the meaning and significance of race in America. Indeed, a primary function of any racial caste system is to define the meaning of race in its time. Slavery defined what it meant to be black (a slave), and Jim Crow defined what it meant to be black (a second-class citizen). Today mass incarceration defines the meaning of blackness in America: black people, especially black men, are criminals. That is what it means to be black. #Quote by Michelle Alexander
Class Of 2013 quotes by Lana Del Rey
#15. I wanted to be part of a high-class scene of musicians. It was half-inspired because I didn't have many friends, and I was hoping that I would meet people and fall in love and start a community around me, the way they used to do in the '60s. #Quote by Lana Del Rey
Class Of 2013 quotes by Ami McKay
#16. The house seemed almost without smells at all, pleasant or foul, leaving me to wonder if the upper class existed on a different sort of air from the rest of the world, a breeze piped into their homes from above the clouds, so clean you had to pay for it. #Quote by Ami McKay
Class Of 2013 quotes by Alyssa Cole
#17. The facts come eventually, one of her professors had told their class. but before that, there is instinct. it's not mumbo-jumbo -- we are animals, after all, and instinct is just a tool in our species survival kit. #Quote by Alyssa Cole
Class Of 2013 quotes by Rhonda Byrne
#18. You might think, 'I've got time to follow my dreams.' You don't have time. Life is short. The current life expectancy is 24,869 days. While some of us will live more days and some fewer, either way you have only a precious number of days to live this life, and so you do not have time to put off your dreams. It is now or never. If you don't do it now, you will keep putting it off, and you'll never do it. The time is now! #Quote by Rhonda Byrne
Class Of 2013 quotes by Mindi Scott
#19. I don't know why, but I didn't want her to call me Dick anymore. It was feeling kind of fake. 'Maybe we should use our real names outside of class. Yours is Rosetta, right?'
'Yes. Rosetta Vaughn.'
'All right,' I said. 'Well, mine is - '
'Seth McCoy. I know.' She kind of wrapped her arms around herself like she was getting cold. 'I've known since February fourteenth, actually.'
She's memorized the date she found out my name? What the hell?
She laughed. 'Don't freak out! I only remember because it was Valentine's Day.'
As if that explained it. 'And why do you remember learning my name on Valentine's Day?'
'Kendall Eckman was running after you in the hall screaming, "Seth McCoy, if you don't buy a rose from me, I'll kill you!" She was doing that Valentine's drama club fundraiser. Remember?'
'Actually, yes.'
What I remembered was getting stoned with Isaac before school, and Kendall harshing my mellow the minute we walked in the door.
Rosetta was looking like there was more to this story. 'And after she kept asking, you bought a red one?'
'Right. And I passed it off to -' I'd been about to say 'some chick,' but with how intently she was watching me, I was getting a different idea. '-you, right?'
She extended her arm to pass me an imaginary rose in the same way I must have handed her a real one. Then she imitated the corny voice I must have used. 'Here, beautiful. Have a wonderful Valentine's Day.'
Oh, Christ. The stu #Quote by Mindi Scott
Class Of 2013 quotes by Celinda Lake
#20. Listen to the women. Women say exactly what they want. Who has concrete plans - not macroeconomics but kitchen table economics. Who will change the situation for their families, and help restore the middle class. Women are also sick to death of having their bodies and their lives treated as a political football. #Quote by Celinda Lake
Class Of 2013 quotes by Thomas Piketty
#21. My premise is not to tax to destroy the wealth of the wealthy; it's to increase the wealth of the bottom and the middle class. #Quote by Thomas Piketty
Class Of 2013 quotes by C.L.R. James
#22. The patience and forbearance of the poor are among the strongest bulwarks of the rich. #Quote by C.L.R. James
Class Of 2013 quotes by Martha C. Nussbaum
#23. An education is truly "fitted for freedom" only if it is such as to produce free citizens, citizens who are free not because of wealth or birth, but because they can call their minds their own. Male and female, slave-born and freeborn, rich and poor, they have looked into themselves and developed the ability to separate mere habit and convention from what they can defend by argument. They have ownership of their own thought and speech, and this imparts to them a dignity that is far beyond the outer dignity of class and rank. #Quote by Martha C. Nussbaum
Class Of 2013 quotes by Jim Webb
#24. The POW camps of North Vietnam were packed with Air Force and Naval Academy graduates. The six midshipmen in my Naval Academy class of 1968 who served as liaisons between the Marine Corps and the Brigade of Midshipmen later suffered nine Purple Hearts in Vietnam, and one man killed in action. #Quote by Jim Webb
Class Of 2013 quotes by Margaret Mead
#25. Instead of being presented with stereotypes by age, sex, color, class, or religion, children must have the opportunity to learn that within each range, some people are loathsome and some are delightful. #Quote by Margaret Mead
Class Of 2013 quotes by Becca Fitzpatrick
#26. Coach McConaughy grabbed the whistle swinging from a chain around his neck and blew it. "Seats,
team!" Coach considered teaching tenthgrade
biology a side assignment to his job as varsity basketball
coach, and we all knew it.
"It may not have occurred to you kids that sex is more than a fifteenminute
trip to the backseat of a car.
It's science. And what is science?"
"Boring," some kid in the back of the room called out.
"The only class I'm failing," said another. #Quote by Becca Fitzpatrick
Class Of 2013 quotes by Nita Ambani
#27. At Reliance Foundation schools, we lay special emphasis on value-based education, sports, and overall development of students. That is why the teacher-students ratio is kept at a healthy 1:20 so that all children get proper attention in class. #Quote by Nita Ambani
Class Of 2013 quotes by Katie Alender
#28. So here's the deal:
I speak up in class, I get sent to office. Megan speaks up in class, she's a "strong, assertive model student."I post a few flyers saying that the vending machines on school property are a sign that our school has sold out to corporate-industrial establishment, I get (what else?) Saturday detention. Megan starts a campaign to serve local foods in the lunchroom (oh, and can we please maybe get rid of the soda machines?) and the local newspaper does a write-up about her.
She's like me, only not. Not like me at all. She's the golden girl and I'm ... tarnished.
So forgive me if I hate her a little. #Quote by Katie Alender
Class Of 2013 quotes by John Le Carre
#29. For a long moment, while Brock stood off observing them, Ned and Barley appraised one another as only Englishmen can who are of the same height and class and shape of head. #Quote by John Le Carre
Class Of 2013 quotes by Bob Hawke
#30. While society cannot provide employment for its members, the production/work/income nexus has to be abandoned as a justification for our present parsimony to the unemployed. An assumption cannot be used to justify making second-class citizens of those who are unfortunate enough to constitute living proof of the inaccuracy of that assumption. #Quote by Bob Hawke
Class Of 2013 quotes by Cassandra Blizzard
#31. We can remove the veil that shrouds our understanding and made us forget who we truly are. When we understand the core self and live from the core self, the myth of separation, concepts of separation, color, religion, class, intelligence ... all these fade away. We are not our color. We are not our religion. We are not our sexual preference. We are human beings. We are spiritual beings. #Quote by Cassandra Blizzard
Class Of 2013 quotes by J.D. Vance
#32. The Pew Economic Mobility Project studied how Americans evaluated their chances at economic betterment, and what they found was shocking. There is no group of Americans more pessimistic than working-class whites. Well over half of blacks, Latinos, and college-educated whites expect that their children will fare better economically than they have. Among working-class whites, only 44 percent share that expectation. Even more surprising, 42 percent of working-class whites - by far the highest number in the survey - report that their lives are less economically successful than those of their parents'. In #Quote by J.D. Vance
Class Of 2013 quotes by Noam Chomsky
#33. If by 'intellectual' you mean people who are a special class who are in the business of imposing thoughts and forming ideas for people in power, and telling people what they should believe ... they're really more a kind of secular priesthood, whose task it is to uphold the doctrinal truths of the society. And the population SHOULD be anti-intellectual in that repect. #Quote by Noam Chomsky
Class Of 2013 quotes by Hugh Miller
#34. The development doctrines are doing much harm on both sides of the Atlantic, especially among intelligent mechanics, and a class of young men engaged in the subordinate departments of trade and the law. And the harm thus considerable in amount must be necessarily more than considerable in degree. For it invariably happens, that when persons in these walks become materialists, they become turbulent subjects and bad men. #Quote by Hugh Miller
Class Of 2013 quotes by Samuel Roth
#35. America is full of businesses bearing old Christian names, but which are really owned and run by Jews. Most of them have been acquired in the manner I have just described, the way the Jew creates something out of nothing (slow strangling). The Jew, better than anyone else in the world knows how to dispossess the poor and the members of the middle classes. To fit this case, the old P.T. Barnum adage needs only a little changing. A gentile enters business every minute, with two Jews waiting to take him out of it. #Quote by Samuel Roth
Class Of 2013 quotes by Rush Limbaugh
#36. American exceptionalism, in the broad sense, is not a bunch of braggadocious words people say, "Yeah, we're better people. We have a better country. We are higher class people." That's not what it is. America was the exception to the way human beings prior to America, most of which lived. #Quote by Rush Limbaugh
Class Of 2013 quotes by Andrea Dworkin
#37. The central question is not: what is force and what is freedom? That is a good question, but in the realm of human cruelty - the realm of history - it is utterly abstract. The central question is: why is force never acknowledged as such when used against the racially or sexually despised? Nazi terror used against the Jews is not in dispute. Still, there is an almost universal - and intrinsically anti-Semitic - conviction that the Jews went voluntarily to the ovens. Rational discourse on how the Jews were terrorized does not displace or transform this irrational conviction. And similarly, no matter what force is used against women as a class or as individuals, the universal conviction is that women want (either seek out or assent to) whatever happens to them, however awful, dangerous, destructive, painful, or humiliating. A statement is made about the nature of the Jew, the nature of the woman. The nature of each and both is to be a victim. A metaphysical victim is never forced, only actualized. #Quote by Andrea Dworkin
Class Of 2013 quotes by Morgan Llywelyn
#38. Although Erc was bitterly disappointed, there was another route to prestige. He possessed gifts of the mind sufficient to gain admittance to the order of Druids, the intellectual class of Celtic society. Members of the order were not practitioners of a specific religion, nor were they priests in the Christian sense of the word. The Greeks were more nearly correct by describing Druids as poet-philosophers. #Quote by Morgan Llywelyn
Class Of 2013 quotes by Joan Robinson
#39. If there is any law governing the distribution of income between classes, it still remains to be discovered. #Quote by Joan Robinson
Class Of 2013 quotes by Allan Massie
#40. Today the crime novelist has one advantage denied to writers of 'straight' or 'literary' novels. Unlike them he can range over all levels of society, for crime can easily breach the barriers that exist in our stratified society. Because of these barriers the modern literary novel, unlike its 19th-century predecessors, is often confined to the horizontal, dealing only with one class. But crime runs through society from top to bottom, and so the crime novelist can present a fuller picture of the way we live now. #Quote by Allan Massie
Class Of 2013 quotes by Steve Albini
#41. There won't ever be a mass-market record industry again, and that's fine with me because that industry didn't operate for the benefit of the musicians or the audience, the only classes of people I care about. #Quote by Steve Albini
Class Of 2013 quotes by Peter Diamandis
#42. I'm extraordinarily passionate about the idea of asteroid mining in the future. Asteroids out there, we know them from those that have fallen on the Earth, there is a class of asteroids, sub-class of nickel/iron asteroids, which are 50,000 times more enriched than Platinum mines on earth. #Quote by Peter Diamandis
Class Of 2013 quotes by Anonymous
#43. The nature of war itself is changing to reflect this new reality. History has shown that two democracies almost never wage war against each other. Almost all wars of the past have been waged between nondemocracies, or between a democracy and a nondemocracy. In general, war fever can be easily whipped up by demagogues who demonize the enemy. But in a democracy, with a vibrant press, oppositional parties, and a comfortable middle class that has everything to lose in a war, war fever is much more difficult to cultivate. #Quote by Anonymous
Class Of 2013 quotes by Bob Pletka
#44. The quality of the relationships that students have in class with their peers and teachers is important to their success in school. #Quote by Bob Pletka

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