His comments were reasoned and fair and again and again I find that ethnic minorities talk sense
when those who purport to "protect" them behave foolishly.
Parents do talk sense
to their children, invariably it takes place every minute of every day and it is called "reality".
One of them, Thomas the cop (Michael Landes), is trying to talk sense
into the agitated girl when the awful accident she's predicting occurs - and takes her friends' lives.
They now realise I can do other things, and I can talk sense
about the economy, transport, foreign affairs and human rights.
Chil ren an younger faces in general, talk sense
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this week and seem to be able to see life without the limitations you have been subject to.
Has he turned up to talk sense
into his fellow culture vulture or, in typical Ted style, is he giving him a green light to get on with his fling?
Of all the Anglican clergy, only the Pakistan-born Bishop of Rochester Dr Michael Nazir-Ali and the Ugandan Archbishop of York, John Sentamu, seem to talk sense
these days" - Sir Bernard Ingham.
But if Scargill had been prepared to talk sense
, we could have got on much earlier with some of the technological developments which are going on in the world and could have created a market for coal that can be burnt cleanly.
His not- always-patient nurse, Sharona (Bitty Schram), must constantly talk sense
into him and keep him from leaping headlong off the deep end - they make for a nice little comedy team; his former boss (Ted Levine) routinely expresses his exasperation with this jittery gumshoe.
Suddenly, the voices that count are starting to talk sense