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Whiners Quotes By Richard Paul Evans

Everyone has problems. It's how you choose to deal with them. Some people choose to be whiners some choose to be winners. Some choose to be victims some choose to be victors. — Richard Paul Evans

Whiners Quotes By K.F. Breene

Men couldn't mope for too long, or they turned into horrible whiners. — K.F. Breene

Whiners Quotes By Nevada Barr

EMTs learned to love brave patients
they weren't nearly such a pain in the ass as the whiners
but not to trust them. In the name of courage, they would hide symptoms, not ask for help when there was help hovering around them anxious to give them succor ... — Nevada Barr

Whiners Quotes By Eric Greitens

People always ask me, "What kind of people make it through Hell Week?" I don't really have an answer to that. I do know
who won't make it through Hell Week. The weightlifting meatheads who think the size of their biceps indicates their strength: they usually fail. The kids covered in tattoos announcing to the world how tough they are: they usually fail. The preening leaders who don't want to be dirty: they usually fail. The "me first, look at me, I'm the best" former athletes who've always been told they're stars: they usually fail. The blowhards who have a thousand stories about what they're going to do but a thin record of what they've actually done: they usually fail. The whiners, the "this is not fair" guys: they usually fail. — Eric Greitens

Whiners Quotes By Martin Short

[Ed Grimley] lives in a retirement home in New Jersey. It's called the Retirement Home in New Jersey for Characters Who Were Interesting in the '80s for About an Hour. He's there with the Whiners, Gumby and Jon Lovitz's 'That's the ticket' guy. — Martin Short

Whiners Quotes By Cynthia Lewis

Whiners usually play alone. — Cynthia Lewis

Whiners Quotes By John C. Maxwell

Effective leaders....always rise to a challenge. That's one of the things that separates winners from whiners.....Walton rose above it by solving his problems with creativity and tenacity.

Anyone who expects the road to be easy will continually find himself in trouble. — John C. Maxwell

Whiners Quotes By Marcus Aurelius

When you start to lose your temper, remember: There's nothing manly about rage. It's courtesy and kindness that define a human being - and a man. That's who possesses strength and nerves and guts, not the angry whiners. To react like that brings you closer to impassivity - and so to strength. Pain is the opposite of strength, and so is anger. Both are things we suffer from, and yield to. — Marcus Aurelius

Whiners Quotes By Neal Stephenson

Commemorating the Holocaust is not, not not not not not, the same thing as fighting to prevent future holocausts. Most of the commemorationists are just whiners. They think that if everyone feels bad about past holocausts, human nature will magically transform, and no one will want to commit genocide in the future. — Neal Stephenson

Whiners Quotes By Steve Martin

Writer's block is a fancy term made up by whiners so they can have an excuse to drink alcohol. — Steve Martin

Whiners Quotes By Lisa Gardner

Women cry. Men laugh. Whiners moan. Men laugh. Wimps complain. Men laugh. — Lisa Gardner

Whiners Quotes By Ted Nugent

God knows America would be the greatest again if she operated like the Nugent family. No takers, no whiners, no gangsters, no dopers, no drunks, no criminals, no bloodsuckers, no excuse makers, no crybabies, no punks, no Obama supporters. — Ted Nugent

Whiners Quotes By Carol Storm

I'm serious, baby. The Doors are the only western rock band that really gets the heart and soul of Japan. A samurai knows that he can die at any time. That's what makes life precious. And don't even talk to me about lame hippie whiners like John Fogerty and Creedence Clearwater revival. Jim Morrison . . . samurai! John Fogerty . . . ham on rye! — Carol Storm

Whiners Quotes By Paul Runyan

Don't let the bad shots get to you. Don't let yourself become angry. The true scramblers are thick-skinned. And they always beat the whiners. — Paul Runyan

Whiners Quotes By Tyler Cowen

The right wing will be identified with the monied class, even when the left often has more money. And the left wing will be identified as the whiners, even though the right at times whines as much or more. You might say that both sides are monied, high human capital whiners, on the whole. — Tyler Cowen

Whiners Quotes By Betty MacDonald

Her magic formula for dealing with children is ignoring all faults and accenting tiny virtues. She says, "Instead of telling Tommy day in and day out that he is the naughtiest boy in the United States of America, which could very well be true, take an aspirin and comment on his neatly tied shoes. Almost anybody would rather be known for expert shoe-tying than for kicking the cat." She always tells whiners how charming they are
bullies how brave
bad sports how good
sneaks how honest! — Betty MacDonald

Whiners Quotes By Jeffrey Gitomer

You can't be a winner if you're a whiner ... wiener. — Jeffrey Gitomer

Whiners Quotes By R. Lee Ermey

There's a lot of whiners in every crowd. — R. Lee Ermey

Whiners Quotes By Tom Watson

I'm not accepting of whiners. — Tom Watson

Whiners Quotes By George Foreman

When problems arise, you will usually find two types of people: whiners and winners. Whiners obstruct progress; they spend hours complaining about this point or that, without offering positive solutions. Winners acknowledge the existence of the problem, but they try to offer practical ideas that can help resolve the matter in a manner that is satisfactory to both parties. — George Foreman

Whiners Quotes By Berkeley Breathed

Liberal, shmiberal. That should be a new word. Shmiberal: one who is assumed liberal, just because he's a professional whiner in the newspaper. If you'll read the subtext for many of those old strips, you'll find the heart of an old-fashioned Libertarian. And I'd be a Libertarian, if they weren't all a bunch of tax-dodging professional whiners. — Berkeley Breathed