Words matter. These are the best Warn Quotes from famous people such as Michael Hayden, Sharon Van Etten, Rob Pilatus, Rachel Kushner, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
It’s good to remind intelligence producers and consumers alike about the need to ‘warn of emerging conditions, trends, threats and opportunities’ and the potential for discontinuities.
I have a hard time not wearing my heart on my sleeve and answering people honestly. You know, my friends warn me that I should be more guarded ’cause sometimes I am too honest and open, but it’s also just who I am.
I warn the industry, they shouldn’t underestimate the fact that Rob and Fab still have a lot of fans. And they should try to forgive us. Because we weren’t bad for the music industry. We changed the music industry.
I’m hesitant to ever take on the crest of the veteran. So I don’t know who I am to warn the younger writer about the perils to come. I think maybe the most dangerous influence is to think you have all the answers and should be giving counsel.
What a circus act we women perform every day of our lives. Look at us. We run a tightrope daily, balancing a pile of books on the head. Baby-carriage, parasol, kitchen chair, still under control. Steady now! This is not the life of simplicity but the life of multiplicity that the wise men warn us of.
You will find in me a loyal head of state who is ready listen and understand, warn and advise as well as to defend the public interest at all times.
V is like a mythical situation. It’s an allegory for what could happen. V has philosophies within it that actually warn against things like that happening.
We thought it was our duty to go and warn people of the consequences of their sins, and I understood that to be the definition of loving our neighbour.
Before Katrina, it was a longstanding tradition in our country for political officials to wait until the last minute to warn, to take action, to evacuate. No more. With Irene, you had mass evacuations – mandatory ones – issued days ahead of time. That was the right thing to do.
As a science-fiction writer, I feel my responsibility is to look ahead and see the dangers of what might happen and try to warn people of the potential pitfalls.
I’m here today to warn you: I want you to watch out for the adversary. Guard yourself from any spirit of entitlement. Restrain any and all subtle temptation to gain attention or to find ways to promote yourself.
I want to warn potential victims. Many of them are women, and many of them are battered women. It’s a cause for me. When I look back, though, so many of the books I’ve written are about wives who just couldn’t get away.
But I warn my colleagues that we will fail in our efforts to protect the homeland if we do not take additional steps to avoid a trade-off between protecting ourselves against terrorists attacks and preparing for and responding to natural disasters.
I thought, from watching TV and stuff, that America was one place. They only show you L.A. and New York. They don’t warn you about Iowa.
It is as a free French woman who has been able to enjoy, her whole life, the very precious freedoms fought for long and hard by our mothers and grandmothers, that I want to warn about a new form of social, human, and moral regression imposed on us by the migrant crisis.
We rely on our voter registration studies to warn states that they are failing to comply with the requirements of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993, which requires states to make reasonable efforts to clean their voter rolls. We can and have sued to enforce compliance with federal law.
Day-old bread? Sadly, in America a lot of day-old bread just becomes nasty. Italian day-old bread, not having any preservatives in it, just becomes harder and it doesn’t taste old. What I would warn people about is getting bread that’s loaded with other things in it, because it starts to taste old.
Car horns were invented to warn other drivers of your presence, not to express displeasure or greetings.
Bullfighting is every bit as ghoulish and savage as its critics warn, but it is equally as powerful and moving as its supporters insist. Perhaps the most vexing aspect about it is that neither group is wrong: they are both telling the truth.
People start to yawn when you warn them about a move toward socialism. It seems abstract. But if you discuss the issues that arise from high taxes, oppressive regulation, seizure of private property, and dictating of individual behavior, people understand them, and they reject them.
People try to warn you about certain things, but sometimes you have to experience those things yourself.
I would venture to warn against too great intimacy with artists as it is very seductive and a little dangerous.
The Holy Ghost will warn us of danger, and it will inspire us to help others in need.
What I did warn about when I testified in front of Congress in 2002, I said if you want to worry about a state, it shouldn’t be Iraq, it should be Iran. But this government, our administration, wanted to worry about Iraq, not Iran.
When a pile of cups is tottering on the edge of the table and you warn that they will crash to the ground, in South Africa you are blamed when that happens.
Researchers warn us against walking out on married life without a dang good reason.
Having this whole wedding situation, people should warn you how stressful it is.
I warn you, I’m a terrible housekeeper.
I always say that my job is not to think about today. My job is to look around the corner and feel and see what’s coming, and then warn everybody else.
My act is a little raunchy. When people come to my club, I have to warn them it isn’t Robert from ‘Raymond.’
I have to warn you: I bet horses like a girl.
Though it is perhaps expected for the bishop of Rome to warn against the idolatry of money, what is striking is how Francis suggests that not only God but also secular politics must outrank economic imperatives.
I would warn you that I do not attribute to nature either beauty or deformity, order or confusion. Only in relation to our imagination can things be called beautiful or ugly, well-ordered or confused.
Once I will warn you, and then I will fire you! I have a zero-tolerance-plus-one policy for gossip. I will teach you once, and then I will fire your butt.
I’d be arrested if I still smoked because I’m the one who would be changing the battery in the airplane in the lavatory to take out the smoke detector. I would’ve been those people they warn you against.