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Empty Threats Quotes By Collin Henderson

And the thing about threats is that most of them are empty, nothing more than smoke in the breeze. — Collin Henderson

Empty Threats Quotes By Neil Gaiman

The marquis breathed heavily on his fingernails and polished them on the lapel of his coat. "I have always felt," he said, "that violence was the last refuge of the incompetent, and empty threats the final sanctuary of the terminally inept. — Neil Gaiman

Empty Threats Quotes By John Darnielle

I come from Chino, so all your threats are empty. — John Darnielle

Empty Threats Quotes By Neil Gaiman

I have always felt that violence was the last refuge of the incompetent, and empty threats the last sanctuary of the terminally inept. — Neil Gaiman

Empty Threats Quotes By Kathleen Troia McFarland

You don't need a foreign policy expert to tell you empty threats and hollow promises don't work. Ask any parent of a rebellious teenager. If you don't make good on the threats, you're asking for worse behavior next time. — Kathleen Troia McFarland

Empty Threats Quotes By Neil Gaiman

I have always felt," he said, "that violence was the last refuge of the incompetent, and empty threatsNeil Gaiman

Empty Threats Quotes By Kathleen Troia McFarland

Empty threats are often worse than saying nothing at all. It's like leading from behind. Eventually, no one thinks you're leading at all. And after a while, no one is even listening. — Kathleen Troia McFarland

Empty Threats Quotes By Natalya Vorobyova

Empty threats are for dreamers. And I fancy myself a realist. — Natalya Vorobyova

Empty Threats Quotes By Morgan Rhodes

A gown does not make a bride, just as a few empty threats do not make a rebel. — Morgan Rhodes

Empty Threats Quotes By Nancy Snow

The purpose of such propaganda phrases as "war on terrorism" and attacking "those who hate freedom" is to paralyze individual thought as well as to condition people to act as one mass, as when President Bush attempted to end debate on Iraq by claiming that the American people were of one voice. The modern war president removes the individual nature of those who live in it by forcing us into a uniform state where the complexities of those we fight are erased. The enemy-terrorism, Iraq, Bin Laden, Hussein-becomes one threatening category, something to be defeated and destroyed, so that the public response will be one of reaction to fear and threat rather than creatively and independently thinking for oneself. Our best hope for overcoming perpetual thinking about war and perpetual fear about both real and imagined threats is to question our leaders and their use of empty slogans that offer little rationale, explanation or historical context. — Nancy Snow

Empty Threats Quotes By Shannon Messenger

Gethen shouted threats as they left, but the warnings were as empty as his sandy cell. His final words to Keefe were the only ones with any impact. "You're choosing the wrong side, boy. You'll regret it when you see your mother's vision realized. But then it'll be too late. — Shannon Messenger