Blur - Parklife Let's not fool ourselves into
believing that Parklife was Blur's greatest album.
Let us not fool ourselves into
thinking that because the news outfits are not padlocked, all information is free and untainted.
She affirmed that "this is the most stringent set of sanctions on any country in a generation," noting that the sanctions "will cut deep." She added that even with this step taken "we should not fool ourselves into
thinking we have solved the problem.
Norwich City have purchased a player who is, in honesty, at least two year Let's not fool ourselves into
thinking Maddison is Dele Ali 2.0 - he has a lot of work to do.
Neither should we fool ourselves into
thinking that the Welsh didn't support aspects of the 'Thatcher revolution'.
"We're busy trying to fool ourselves into
thinking we have all the time in the world.
However, let's not fool ourselves into
thinking that this is a change in Tory party thinking, suggesting, as it is meant to, that the Tories have at last seen the light and that the well-off should, at last, shoulder more of the financial burden.
"We knew that there's a gap between us and the likes of Kerry, Tyrone and Cork and we didn't fool ourselves into
thinking we're the best team in the country, but we're working towards it.
We sometimes fool ourselves into
thinking that while heroin and cocaine are dangerous, cannabis is safe.
While computer crime does not generate the same weight of headlines as offences against the Royal Mail, let us not fool ourselves into
believing that business conducted over the internet is immune from theft or sabotage.
Miller says once the Other is labeled as a problem, we can fool ourselves into
thinking that nothing can ever upset our lives again--we are in utter control.
So let everyone have their say about respect, by all means, but let's not fool ourselves into
thinking age-old philosophical differences can be resolved by some smart sound bite
"We won't fool ourselves into
thinking we will get rid of it completely.
I think I understand now better than ever that we Americans somehow fool ourselves into
not seeing how often we let wealth limit our choices.
But we shouldn't fool ourselves into
thinking that international policy experts are looking to general interest newspapers to get their read on the latest power struggle in Kenyan politics.