He would do well to remember an important rule of life and business: "Never bite the hand that feeds
Maybe because I cannot bite the hand that feeds
me an award.
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
Once again, history has shown that a dog will bite the hand that feeds
Religion, like anything else, is not inclined to bite the hand that feeds
In short, will religion--dependent upon government funding--turn around to bite the hand that feeds
Although some businesspeople alleged that Clark didn't want to bite the hand that feeds
him, Jones, in his own defense, explains, "We want people to come to us because they feel Caner can better serve their needs, not as a blanket appeal.
Kinney, president and co-chief operating officer of the NYSE, and "Sources: Should We Bite the Hand that Feeds
People think that Labour won't get in again but I think they will get in with a reducedmajority, because the people that are getting all the easy money will not bite the hand that feeds
them, and also the money that is given to the Scottish Parliament means that the Labour lot up there will help put him back in.