Quotes about inconsistencies (16 Quotes)

    They're young guys, but you have a better feeling of trust about them because of their composure, their maturity and, obviously, their ability to throw strikes. You don't see those inconsistencies that you see out of most younger players.

    The game is only just afoot. And there is yet more to come and there have been some hints of both good cooperation but also some inconsistencies that demonstrate, I think, that the road ahead is somewhat bumpy.

    Many core MBA accounting courses more vigorously attack issues of ethical dilemmas and awareness in accounting. And many courses help users of financial information unearth inconsistencies and potential accounting red flags.

    I am convinced that these responses show no inconsistencies or evidence that Mr. Olson misled or was less than truthful to the committee in any way. Rather, they show him to be forthright and honest,

    English grammar is so complex and confusing for the one very simple reason that its rules and terminology are based on Latin -- a language with which it has precious little in common. In Latin, to take one example, it is not possible to split an infinitive. So in English, the early authorities decided, it should not be possible to split an infinitive either. But there is no reason why we shouldn't, any more than we should forsake instant coffee and air travel because they weren't available to the Romans. Making English grammar conform to Latin rules is like asking people to play baseball using the rules of football. It is a patent absurdity. But once this insane notion became established, grammarians found themselves having to draw up ever more complicated and circular arguments to accommodate the inconsistencies.

    It's disappointing that John Kerry's frank talk stopped with a discussion of his complexities and failed to include an explanation of his inconsistencies and contradictions on the central front in the war on terror. John Kerry missed an opportunity to help the American people understand his vote for the war in Iraq based on the same intelligence that the President viewed, his description of himself as an anti-war candidate and his subsequent vote against troops on the front lines. He's right, America can do better.

    If a man should register all his opinions upon love, politics, religion, learning, etc., beginning from his youth, and so go on to old age, what a bundle of inconsistencies and contradictions would appear at last.

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