"Vow it then, madame," cried the prince, furious at not intimidating his victim.
The tone of the press there was intimidating, particularly toward Russia.
There are other allusions to this intimidating insect in this book.
I said this to myself, resolutely, by way of answer to the intimidating storm.
You see: IF you were angry at that time and you had your "I'm-gonna-rip-your-ass"-face on, THEN it is quite understandable that someone might have called you "intimidating and scary looking"...
IF, however, you were in a good mood, the sky was blue, birds were singing and butterflies were fluttering AND someone said to you that you were "intimidating and scary looking" THEN you could take a long, hard and critical look into the next available mirror... Is that the body language of a relaxed man or of some beast ready to attack?
To re-state the premise of the argument again: the theocratic head of a foreign despotism offers money in his own name in order to suborn the murder of a civilian citizen of another country, for the offense of writing a work of fiction. Bush, when asked to comment, could only say grudgingly that, as far as he could see, no American interests were involved…” ― Christopher Hitchens, tags: atheism, bastille, bullying, censorship, demagogy, dictatorship, enlightenment, fascism, fatwa, first-amendment, free-speech, friendship, george-hw-bush, hate, humor, individualism, intimidation, iran, irony, khomeini, literature, love, principles, religion, rushdie, satanic-verses, stupidity, theocracy, united-states, united-states-constitution, washington-post “He poked his finger into my chest again.
No more root-and-branch challenge to the values of the Enlightenment (on the bicentennial of the fall of the Bastille) or to the First Amendment to the Constitution, could be imagined. “Well, I have something to tell you: don’t let the sun set on you in this county, because…”I grabbed his wrist and yanked him forward, tripping him with my foot. “Listen well, because I won’t be repeating myself, you racist prick.
Historian Robert No, we’re not talking about Donald Trump.
During a visit to the LBJ Presidential Library in Austin, I was struck by just how many parallels there are between Lyndon Johnson and Trump.
He belittled and browbeat others to intimidate them and give him what he wanted.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating