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Harraz Newspaper quotes by George Orwell
#1. What I have most wanted to do throughout the past ten years is to make political writing into an art. My starting point is always a feeling of partisanship, a sense of injustice. When I sit down to write a book, I do not say to myself, 'I am going to produce a work of art'. I write it because there is some lie that I want to expose, some fact to which I want to draw attention, and my initial concern is to get a hearing. [...]
My book about the Spanish civil war, Homage to Catalonia, is of course a frankly political book, but in the main it is written with a certain detachment and regard for form. I did try very hard in it to tell the whole truth without violating my literary instincts. But among other things it contains a long chapter, full of newspaper quotations and the like, defending the Trotskyists who were accused of plotting with Franco. Clearly such a chapter, which after a year or two would lose its interest for any ordinary reader, must ruin the book. A critic whom I respect read me a lecture about it. 'Why did you put in all that stuff?' he said. 'You've turned what might have been a good book into journalism.' What he said was true, but I could not have done otherwise. I happened to know, what very few people in England had been allowed to know, that innocent men were being falsely accused. If I had not been angry about that I should never have written the book. #Quote by George Orwell
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Tom Wolfe
#2. Working on newspapers, you're writing to a certain length, often very brief pieces; you tend to look for easy forms of humor - women can't drive, things like that. That's about the level of a lot of newspaper humor. It becomes a form of laziness. #Quote by Tom Wolfe
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Richard J. Codey
#3. I want to be an advocate for the people who don't have time to read the newspaper ... or the money to make a political contribution. #Quote by Richard J. Codey
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Jess Walter
#4. I come from a newspaper background, so maybe I'm attuned to current events. #Quote by Jess Walter
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Michael Franzese
#5. There are ways you can find people to help you market your company on the Internet. If you have the right people helping you, you can get the word out. Newspaper and TV ads are expensive. If you can get the word out through social media, that's a big advantage. #Quote by Michael Franzese
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Nathan Myhrvold
#6. New online formats gutted the newspaper-ad business. Why pore over tiny print looking for a job in the want ads when you can tap a few keywords into monster.com, then click through and apply? Why pay a steep per-character rate for a classified when you can hawk a whole garage full of used stuff on EBay or Craigslist for free? #Quote by Nathan Myhrvold
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Michael Crichton
#7. Briefly stated, the Gell-Mann Amnesia effect is as follows. You open the newspaper to an article on some subject you know well. In Murray's case, physics. In mine, show business. You read the article and see the journalist has absolutely no understanding of either the facts or the issues. Often, the article is so wrong it actually presents the story backward - reversing cause and effect. I call these the "wet streets cause rain" stories. Paper's full of them.
In any case, you read with exasperation or amusement the multiple errors in a story, and then turn the page to national or international affairs, and read as if the rest of the newspaper was somehow more accurate about Palestine than the baloney you just read. You turn the page, and forget what you know. #Quote by Michael Crichton
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Oswald Mosley
#8. The Press will not be free to tell lies. That is not freedom for the people, but a tyranny over their minds and souls. Much humbug is talked on this subject. What is press freedom? In practice it means the right of a dew millionaires to corner newspaper shares on the stock exchange and to voice their own opinions and interests, irrespective of the truth or of the national interest. #Quote by Oswald Mosley
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Sogyal Rinpoche
#9. Switch on the television or glance at the newspaper: You will see death everywhere. Yet, did the victims of those plane crashes and car accidents expect to die? They took life for granted, as we do. How often do we hear stories of people whom we know, or even friends, who died unexpectedly? We don't even have to be ill to die: Our bodies can suddenly break down and go out of order, just like our cars. We can be quite well one day, then fall sick and die the next. #Quote by Sogyal Rinpoche
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Karl Barth
#10. We must hold the Bible in one hand and the newspaper in the other. #Quote by Karl Barth
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Dave Barry
#11. I don't like anything unsigned in a newspaper that purports to be the opinion of some group if we don't know who the group is. It's laughable to say that The Miami Herald's editorials or any newspaper's editorials represent any views other than those of the people writing them, so why don't we tell everybody who they are? #Quote by Dave Barry
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Herbert Bayard Swope
#12. The first duty of a newspaper is to be accurate. If it be accurate, it follows that it is fair. #Quote by Herbert Bayard Swope
Harraz Newspaper quotes by I.M. Pei
#13. On a daily basis, my home life is very simple. I spend about 2 hours every morning reading the newspaper. As my two assistants will tell you, I don't come to work in the mornings, for two reasons. First, I want to be informed - that means I go through The New York Times every day, and then I watch some news on television. The second is, mornings are the best time to communicate with my clients abroad. #Quote by I.M. Pei
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Brad Stone
#14. He announced his intentions to build a spaceport by walking into the office of a local newspaper, the Van Horn Advocate, and giving an impromptu interview to its bewildered editor. #Quote by Brad Stone
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Jeff Jarvis
#15. When a TV network - not to pick on TV - devotes hours and hours to the salacious details of a crime of passion that affects none of our lives, is that advocacy? No. When an online site collects pictures of cute cats, is that advocacy? Hardly. When a newspaper devotes resources to covering football games, is that advocacy? Sorry, but no. #Quote by Jeff Jarvis
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Stephen King
#16. The terror, which would not end for another 28 years-if it ever did end-began, so far as I know or can tell, with a boat made from a sheet of newspaper floating down a gutter swollen with rain. #Quote by Stephen King
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Jonathan Safran Foer
#17. I often think about how my sons will come to know about September 11th. Something overheard? A newspaper image? In school? I would prefer that they learn about it from my wife and me, in a deliberate and safe way. But it's hard to imagine ever feeling ready to broach the subject without some impetus. #Quote by Jonathan Safran Foer
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#18. I am sure that I never read any memorable news in a newspaper. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Sinead O'Connor
#19. We're exposing our minors to abuse by the fact that they leave the radio on in the car and let them listen to the news on the way to school. Or the fact that it's shown on the news, the children can see Gaddafi's face and his glorious Technicolor clothes getting shot off on the news or on the newspaper shelves. In the shelves of the shops where all the sex magazines are consciously put at the top, if they're consciously put at the top, that must mean the violence is all put at the bottom consciously. #Quote by Sinead O'Connor
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Dave Eggers
#20. You might not be able to operate your own Learjet and have an unlimited expense account, but if you have a reasonable expectation for a print-based product, whether it's a newspaper or a magazine, you can certainly exist. #Quote by Dave Eggers
Harraz Newspaper quotes by John Irving
#21. It's like reading a bad newspaper or a bad piece in a magazine.
(on Tom Wolfe) #Quote by John Irving
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Kobo Abe
#22. There wasn't a single item of importance [in the newspaper]. A tower of illusion, all of it, made of illusory bricks and full of holes. If life were made up only of imporant things, it really would be a dangerous house of glass, scarcely to be handled carelessly. But everyday life was exactly like the headlines. And so everybody, knowing the meaninglessness of existence, sets the centre of his compass at his own home. #Quote by Kobo Abe
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Harold Holzer
#23. To Lincoln, words always mattered most. Newspaper stories lived but a single day, caricatures flamed into view and just as quickly faded, and even the most flattering photographs inevitably receded behind the thick covers of family albums. But words lived forever. Writing, Lincoln believed, was "the great invention of the world. #Quote by Harold Holzer
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Kim Alexis
#24. I would rather exercise than read a newspaper. #Quote by Kim Alexis
Harraz Newspaper quotes by John Connolly
#25. Newspaper stories were like newly caught fish, worthy of attention only for as long as they remained fresh, which was not very long at all. They #Quote by John Connolly
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Katherine Center
#26. Because the truth was, there was a dark underbelly of terror to motherhood. You loved your children with such an overwhelming fierceness that you were absolutely vulnerable at every moment of every day: They could be taken from you. Somehow, you could lose them. You could stop at the corner to buy a newspaper when a drunk driver veered onto the sidewalk. You could feed your child an E. coli-tainted hamburger. You could turn your head for a second while one darted out into the street. The threats to your child were infinite. And the thing was, if any of your children's lives were ruined, even a little bit, yours wold be, too. #Quote by Katherine Center
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Aleksandar Hemon
#27. ...while hiding in plain sight in Belgrade, undercover as a New Age mountebank, Karadžic frequented a bar called Mad House - Luda kuca. Mad House offered weekly gusle-accompanied performances of Serbian epic poetry; wartime pictures of him and General Ratko Mladic, the Bosnian Serbs' military leader (now on trial in The Hague), proudly hung on the walls. A local newspaper claimed that, on at least one occasion, Karadžic performed an epic poem in which he himself featured as the main hero, undertaking feats of extermination. Consider the horrible postmodernism of the situation: an undercover war criminal narrating his own crimes in decasyllabic verse, erasing his personality so that he could assert it more forcefully and heroically. #Quote by Aleksandar Hemon
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Eric Sevareid
#28. It is perfectly clear that people, given no alternative, will choose tyranny over anarchy, because anarchy is the worst tyranny of all ... The special nature of liberties is that they can be defended only as long as we still have them. So the very first signs of their erosion must be resisted, whether the issue be domestic surveillance by the Army, so-called preventive detention, or the freedom of corporate television, or that of a campus newspaper. #Quote by Eric Sevareid
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Michael Moore
#29. I had a newspaper in Flint, Michigan called the 'Flint Voice,' and so it was a, you know, underground, alternative newspaper that I edited and put out for about ten years. #Quote by Michael Moore
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Oscar Romero
#30. If some day they take the radio station away from us, if they close down our newspaper, if they don't let us speak, if they kill all the priests and the bishop too, and you are left, a people without priests, each one of you must be God's microphone, each one of you must be a messenger, a prophet. The church will always exist as long as there is one baptized person. And that one baptized person who is left in the world is responsible before the world for holding aloft the banner of the Lord's truth and of his divine justice. #Quote by Oscar Romero
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Thomas Jefferson
#31. Required to be constantly recumbent I write slowly and with difficulty ... Weakened in body by infirmities and in mind by age, now far gone into my 83rd year, reading one newspaper only and forgetting immediately what I read. #Quote by Thomas Jefferson
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Stuart Chase
#32. For the individual, as I can testify, a brief grounding in semantics, besides making philosophy unreadable, makes unreadable most political speeches, classical economic theory, after-dinner oratory, diplomatic notes, newspaper editorials, treatises on pedagogics and education, expert financial comment, dissertations on money and credit, accounts of debates, and Great Thoughts from Great Thinkers in general. You would be surprised at the amount of time this saves. #Quote by Stuart Chase
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Diyar Harraz
#33. It was too easy to lie, when you'd practised it a few times. It was hard the first time, but once it flow from your tongue like the perfect summer breeze, and everybody seemed to believe in it, it became mundane. You'd just have to program it first, copy and paste the same old sentences all over again. #Quote by Diyar Harraz
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Rupert Murdoch
#34. A lot of people are very happy to read their newspaper either on their iPad or - startlingly and faster and faster the figures go up - on their telephone, on their smart phone. #Quote by Rupert Murdoch
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Helen Rowland
#35. Before marriage, a man declares that he would lay down his life to serve you; after marriage, he won't even lay down his newspaper to talk to you. #Quote by Helen Rowland
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Mark Simpson
#36. Is there a support group for people who didn't like 'Brokeback Mountain'? We must, if the rave reviews and the newspaper reports are to be believed, be a very tiny - not to mention vulnerable - minority. Am I dead inside because I didn't experience the torrent of emotions I've been reading about? Am I as emotionally crippled as Ennis because I didn't blub and hug after sitting through this 'visceral' movie, but instead wanted to go and 'help with the roundup'? #Quote by Mark Simpson
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Mark Twain
#37. Advertisements contain the only truths to be relied on in a newspaper. #Quote by Mark Twain
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Gene Hackman
#38. My grandfather had been a newspaper reporter, as was my uncle. They were pretty good writers and so I thought maybe somewhere down the line I would do some writing. #Quote by Gene Hackman
Harraz Newspaper quotes by Edward Abbey
#39. Nothing could be older than the daily news, nothing deader than yesterday's newspaper. #Quote by Edward Abbey
Harraz Newspaper quotes by L. H. Cosway
#40. I silently hand him back the newspaper and he takes it, his fingertips brushing mine. The contact makes my skin tingle. Stupid handsome bastard. #Quote by L. H. Cosway

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