Turbulence Related Quotes
The gentlemen who wrote the Constitution were as suspicious of efficient government as they were wary of democracy, a "turbulence and a folly" that was associated with the unruly ignorance of an urban mob.
If drink sales are falling off, we get the pilots to engineer a bit of turbulence. That usually spikes sales.
If you're crazy enough to put your hat into the ring of speculation and punditry, you're going to get some turbulence. But if it's coming from some journalist with a comfortable degree of body fat, I'm not losing any sleep over it.
“Everywhere in the world, moving from control to decontrol of prices creates turbulence and also political costs.”
“The plane was taking off when suddenly it veered to the left and wham, we felt really hard turbulence. I saw others trying to save themselves, but they were too injured.”
I was going through a little bit of turbulence in my career. And so, it's funny how turbulence itself will make you hold onto something for security. And so the only thing I knew is trust in the Lord and lean not unto your own heart, in all thy ways acknowledge him and he shall direct thy path.
“We face turbulence on the horizon for another couple of years in the EU sugar market, in terms of those groups staying in and those getting out and from quota cuts.”
I was flying to the Maldives in 2000 when the plane went through turbulence - after that, I didn't fly for four years. Then a job came up in India, so I did a simulator flight and learnt about what goes on in the cockpit. I'm fine now.