Quote by Buddy Rice
It's pretty cool to be able to hang out with the President and have the race-winning car on the South Lawn.
The quote suggests that it is an exciting experience to spend time with the President and showcase a car that has recently won a race on the South Lawn. It highlights the exhilaration felt by the speaker and emphasizes the privilege of such an opportunity, potentially indicating that it is a rare and prestigious occurrence. The quote implies a sense of pride and enthusiasm for the unique experience.
- Wy, ludzie, mÃ³wicie o ?yciu i ?mierci, jakby to by?y dwie rzeczy wzajemnie si? wykluczaj?ce, jakby nie istnia?a rzeka, b?d?ca rÃ³wnie? drog?, czy pie??, b?d?ca kolorem.- Bo nie istniej? - odpar? Cie?. - Prawda? - Echa znad wody powtarza?y szeptem jego s?owa.- Musisz pami?ta? - rzek? cierpko pan Ibis - ?e ?ycie i ?mier? to dwie strony tej samej monety, jak orze? i reszka na ?wier?dolarÃ³wce.- A gdybym mia? ?wier?dolarÃ³wk? o dwÃ³ch or?ach?- Ale nie masz. Miewaj? je tylko g?upcy i bogowie.
There is no question that I am the only thing standing between these animals and the business practices of August and Uncle Al, and what my father would do--what my father would want me to do--is look after them, and I am filled with that absolute and unwavering conviction. No matter what I did last night, I cannot leave these animals. I am their shepherd, their protector.
Love, I thought to myself abstractedly. Not 'This is love' or 'Is this love?' Not a sentence, not a certainty, not a thought with moving parts or direction. Just love, all of it, as it is. Whether it's enough or not. Wthether it's real or we're making it up. However shoddy it gets, or bent out of shape. It's still extraordinary. However foolish, however vain. However badly it ends. Love.
A state that denies its citizens their basic rights becomes a danger to its neighbors as well: internal arbitrary rule will be reflected in arbitrary external relations. The suppression of public opinion, the abolition of public competition for power and its public exercise opens the way for the state power to arm itself in any way it sees fit. A state that does not hesitate to lie to its own people will not hesitate to lie to other states.