FATPUNTER Heed the old saying My advice to William Haggas relating to not running horses at Redcar due to prize-money issues would be to take note of the old saying: don't bite the hand that feeds
He would do well to remember an important rule of life and business: "Never bite the hand that feeds
5) Florent Malouda: Don't bite the hand that feeds
Higgins, often known to bite the hand that feeds
him, was said to be grinning from ear to ear.
The age-old admonishment never to bite the hand that feeds
us is a good-sense reminder not to alienate those we depend on for comfort and security.
Cannon should take heed of the old axiom, "Don't bite the hand that feeds
I do not like the 'don't bite the hand that feeds
you argument', Cardiff are only allowing us to play their development players as it suits them to keep the youngsters match fit in case one of their overseas stars is injured.
Maybe because I cannot bite the hand that feeds
me an award.
Bukowski did at times bite the hand that feeds
as witnessed by the following New York Quarterly excerpt.
Happy to bite the hand that feeds
him, Buerk apologised at the end of each session as he was required to urge the audience to visit the stand of the conference's main sponsor, noting: "You don't have to do this working for the BBC.
Here is just a little advice from some-one that's been in the game for 28 years: Don't bite the hand that feeds