The film is about what happens when real people do ghastly things to each other, and sure, it shows those things because that's the tone of the film fairly realistic.
I think the satirist is always basically optimistic. The satirist's complaint about society is always that it doesn't measure up to a Fairly high ideal he has. I think that even the bitterest satirist, even a man like Swift, was probably rather an optimist at heart.john dos passos
I realised Fairly early that the 'wisdom of the ages' - whether from 3000 years ago or yesterday - often was simply and perfectly adaptable to the context of the football arena, and immensely valuable. From my regular morning habit of reading, I would write down any wise, pragmatic and smart quotes and ideas that struck me, and that I felt could be of use in coaching.jack gibson
A problem thoroughly understood is always Fairly simple. Found your opinions on facts, not prejudices. We know too many things that are not true.charles kettering
When national debts have once been accumulated to a certain degree, there is scarce, I believe, a single instance of their having been Fairly and completely paid. The liberation of the public revenue, if it has ever been brought about at all, has always been brought about by bankruptcy; sometimes by an avowed one, but always by a real one, though frequently by a pretend payment.Adam Smith
A Fairly clear line separated advertisement from art. ... The first effect of the triumph of the capitalist (if we allow him to triumph) will be that that line of demarcation will entirely disappear. There will be no art that might not just as well be advertisement.gilbert keith chesterton
Moreover, nothing is so rare as to see misfortune Fairly portrayed; the tendency is either to treat the unfortunate person as though catastrophe were his natural vocation, or to ignore the effects of misfortune on the soul, to assume, that is, that the soul can suffer and remain unmarked by it, can fail, in fact, to be recast in misfortune's image.Simone Weil
My most neglected wife, till you are a much respected widow,I find you will scarce be a contented woman, and to say no more than the plain truth, I do endeavour so Fairly to do you that last good service.Rochester, John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of
We were at last in Monte Cristo's country, Fairly into the country of the fabulous, where extravagance ceases to exist because everything is extravagant, and where the wildest dreams come true.willa cather
The captain, thinking over this event afterward, realized that by his own lifelong standards he had a crew composed entirely of lunatics, with himself well to the front in degree of aberration; but he was Fairly sure that this particular form of insanity was going to be useful.hal clement
Theygoforth intoaworld?of menwhoareas various as the sands of the sea; into a world of whose richness and subtlety they have no conception. They go forth into it with well-developed bodies, Fairly developed minds, and undeveloped hearts.
He was a Fairly competent chairman of Housing [on Lambeth Council]. Every time he gets up now I keep thinking, "What on earth is Councillor Major doing?" I can't believe he's here and sometimes I think he can't either.lord stratford
Don't tell me I cheated the system because that's [expletive]. I didn't get treated Fairly by the system. They cast me out and they were jealous because I turned in the fastest time ever run by a human and it was impossible at the time.Ben Johnson
It's the role of us to run our government, the government by the people, for the people, and I don't think our government is listening to the people. It's our role as patriots to question them, because we elected them. And if they're not Fairly and accurately representing us, it's the job of the people, the patriots, to take their country back.maynard james keenan
That’s Fairly common. We don’t believe anything we don’t want to believe.theodore sturgeon
The underlying ideological agenda of Gould has always been Fairly clear. Even where there has been a shift in thinking, it might be argued that in general the discussions were reflecting a particular world-view that at the least was sympathetic to the greatest of twentieth-century pseudo-religions, Marxism.simon conway morris
During my term in AU, I will initiate an organised compensation claim for Africa and I will fight for a greater voice for Africa in the United Nations Security Council. If they do not want to live with us Fairly, it is our planet and they can go to another planet.muammar gaddafi
…git actually has a simple design, with stable and reasonably well-documented data structures. In fact, I'm a huge proponent of designing your code around the data, rather than the other way around, and I think it's one of the reasons git has been Fairly successful […] I will, in fact, claim that the difference between a bad programmer and a good one is whether he considers his code or his data structures more important. Bad programmers worry about the code. Good programmers worry about data structures and their relationships.linus torvalds
Any false value is gonna be Fairly boring in Perl, mathematicians notwithstanding.larry wall
Good sense which only is the gift of Heaven, And though no science, Fairly worth the seven.Alexander Pope
If values are Fairly evenly distributed around an average, then roughly two-thirds of all outcomes will be one standard deviation other side of the average.
It is the duty of Courts of Justice to give that construction which most Fairly carries out the manifest purpose.
To be at one with God is to be at peace. The child simplicity is the greatest agency in bringing this full and complete realization, the child simplicity that recognizes its true relations with the Father's life. There are people I know who have come into such a conscious realization of their oneness with this Infinite Life, this Spirit of Infinite Peace, that their lives are Fairly bubbling over with joy.
Great albatross! the meanest birds Spring up and flit away, While thou must toil to gain a flight, And spread those pinions grey; But when they once are Fairly poised, Far o'er each chirping thing Thou sailest wide to other lands, E'en sleeping on the wing.