College dont amount to much anyhow. A lot of narrow minded, musty old ideas despensed by uninterested teachers to pupils who have come to college for athletics, because they considered it the stylish thing or to keep from going to work.
'If everybody minded their own business,'the Duchess said, in a hoarse growl,'the world would go round a deal faster than it does.'
He would punish everyone who deserved it: why, he wouldn't have minded being punished himself if he deserved it; but, then, he never did deserve it. 303
Literature is strewn with the wreckage of men who have minded beyond reason the opinion of others.(Adeline) Virginia ne e Stephen Woolf
To me, anything that is a church is really just far too close minded.marilyn manson
I've been killing characters my entire career, maybe I'm just a bloody minded bastard, I don't know, [but] when my characters are in danger, I want you to be afraid to turn the page (and to do that) you need to show right from the beginning that you're playing for keeps.george r. r. martin
No nation on this globe should be more internationally minded than America because it was built by all nations.harry s. truman
Variant : If we are to believe certain narrow minded people — and what else can we call them? — humanity is confined within a circle of Popilius from which there is no escape, condemned to vegetate upon this globe, never able to venture into interplanetary space! That's not so! We are going to the moon, we shall go to the planets, we shall travel to the stars just as today we go from Liverpool to New York, easily, rapidly, surely, and the oceans of space will be crossed like the seas of the moon.jules verne
It is true that many scientists are not philosophically minded and have hitherto shown much skill and ingenuity but little wisdom .Max Born
WARNING: This album contains country & western music and may cause offence to narrow minded listeners.elvis costello
I just remembered that I'm absent minded... wait, I mean I lost my mind, I can't find it.eminem
He that uses his words loosely and unsteadily will either not be minded or not understood.john locke
If, for example, a conspiratorially minded elite is so powerful, has at its fingertips such multiple and delicate instruments with which to fine-tune accumulation, then how can the periodic headlong slides into crisis be explained?david harvey