We have collected the best Skewed Quotes by famous authors including Bill Nighy, Sam Kean, Kate Crawford, Kathryn Lasky, Ronald Frame and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.
I have a perfectly average skewed perception of myself. We often don’t know what we’re like.
Those of us raised in modern cities tend to notice horizontal and vertical lines more quickly than lines at other orientations. In contrast, people raised in nomadic tribes do a better job noticing lines skewed at intermediate angles, since Mother Nature tends to work with a wider array of lines than most architects.
If we start to use social media data sets to take the pulse of a nation or understand a crisis – or actually use it to deploy resources – we are getting a skewed picture of what is happening.
Manic depressive people often have incredible energy and a slightly skewed, but nonetheless valid, way of looking at things.
I like French films, Chabrol in particular. With him, you often get a skewed morality in which you sympathise with the person you shouldn’t.
I don’t think I’m alone in this: I’m obsessed with trying to not only be happy but maintain happiness, but my definition of happiness is skewed more towards ecstasy rather than contentment.
Young people don’t really study the facts; they watch the skewed MSNBC and get a primarily liberal education.
As a romance novelist, I have a rather skewed view of babies. You see, they don’t typically fit into the classic structure of the romance novel – romance is about two people finding each other and falling in love against insurmountable odds. Babies… well… babies are complicated.
If a movie isn’t a hit right out of the gate, they drop it. Which means that the whole mainstream Hollywood product has been skewed toward violence and vulgar teen comedy.
What’s fun about a dystopian novel is that we can enjoy and be entertained. But that world is only slightly different, right? It’s familiar enough to be recognizable, and skewed enough to give us pause.
Your understanding of culture can be very skewed sometimes, depending on what you’re taking in!
I guess the argument is you chose to be in the public eye and, therefore, you’re giving your life up for a certain level of scrutiny and you’ve got to accept that. The trade-off between being on ‘Love Island’ and not being on ‘Love Island’ is very skewed into the positive.
The entire world is skewed from the white male perspective. If you’re a woman, they have to say it’s a female-driven comedy. If it’s a comedy with Latinos in it, it’s a Latino comedy. ‘Normal’ is white male, and I find that to be shocking and ridiculous.
For us, whether the market is skewed from a bubble perspective or not really is mitigated by staying focused on what we do best.
It is a lamentable observation that because of the way our laws are skewed toward the plaintiff, London has become the libel capital of the world.
If you can have a skewed sense of your body, it stands to reason you could develop the same kind of thing about your relationships with others in a social network.
When you spend your day writing comedy, particularly with others, the discussion of jokes and how far to push things with a group of unoffendable colleagues means that your grasp of what is acceptable in normal conversation is often skewed.
We really need to change taxation policy so that it is not skewed against owning more than one house.
Women in figure skating, like in every other industry, are expected to conform to an unrealistic standard of beauty. Unhealthy habits are often encouraged to promote a thin frame, and young girls idealize a skewed definition of ‘fit.’
From the outset, MoMA followed the Bauhaus’s strict prohibition against design that even hinted at the decorative, a prejudice that skewed the pioneering museum’s view of Modernism for decades.
You can verify that in news meetings I sometimes say, ‘This is skewed too far to the left,’ or ‘The mix of stories seems overweeningly appealing to a reader with a certain set of sensibilities, and it shouldn’t.’
7th Heaven is quite a hit for them now, and they are hoping to appeal to a very similar audience with our show; skewed slightly older I guess, since it’s a 9:00 to 10:00 show.
Because we always are feeling for justice for all that the reality is, unfortunately, the justice system is skewed, and often people of color do not receive appropriate justice in this country.
Martin Luther King III
We Liberals like to think our thoughts aren’t controlled. We pride ourselves on our independent thinking. We know we shouldn’t believe everything we read. We realize the media is skewed, we know it’s owned by a small group of people, we realize it’s biased, etc.
I think our culture has gotten so skewed. People assume that because you’re an actor you want to write a book to exploit your celebrity, but my celebrity is only a byproduct of me making movies. I have no intention of being a celebrity.
Up until 35 I had a slightly skewed world view. I honestly believed everybody in the world wanted to make abstract paintings, and people only became lawyers and doctors and brokers and things because they couldn’t make abstract paintings.
Do I post pictures of my overflowing laundry basket or the dirty dishes by the sink? No, I’ll probably post a pic of the finished meal looking pretty. We’re all skewed in what we show.
My relationship to reality has been so utterly skewed for so long that I don’t even notice it any more. It’s just my reality.
The story follows the whole family. But pretty much all the characters who are in jail have written a book about it, so you’ve got their perspective of it, however skewed they want you to see it.
Without siblings you get quite a skewed vision of yourself and of the world. I always felt I didn’t understand how it worked. I remember feeling quite lonely.
It’s a really skewed part of our culture that happiness is the end-all be-all. The people that force themselves to be happy all the time often end up being the most broken.
Being away a lot on tour means that my family has to suffer an inordinate amount of overcompensation, as I return home with skewed ideas of what counts as quality time. I will force everyone into a cinema trip, insistent that three hours in the dark in silence is the perfect way for us all to re-engage.
It would be too glib, not a hundred per cent true, to say that my father’s career as a banker was what made me a writer. But it would be slightly true, and it was certainly the case that his work as a banker made me see that the trade-offs people make between their work and their lives are often badly skewed.