quote by Allison Janney

If I could stomach the awful part of being a veterinarian, which involves sticking your hand up animals' behinds, I would be a vet.

— Allison Janney

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In my early teen years, I wanted to become a vet.

That was my plan. I worked as a veterinarian's assistant for a couple of summers.

I could not believe that anyone who has read this book would be so foolish as to proclaim that the Bible in every literal word was the divinely inspired, inerrant word of God. Have these people simply not read the text? Are they hopelessly misinformed? Is there a different Bible? Are they blinded by a combination of ego needs and naïveté?

It's a shame that people are resisting vetting programs that would actually just keep out those who want to do us harm.

We get information in the mail, the regular postal mail, encrypted or not, vet it like a regular news organization, format it - which is sometimes something that's quite hard to do, when you're talking about giant databases of information - release it to the public and then defend ourselves against the inevitable legal and political attacks.

I would love for people to be able to think of me as a guy who stood up for what he believed in and helped make a difference for the vets.

Chris Christie who proposes accepting Syrian refugee orphans under the age of 5 because they may not be vetted well enough. You can`t trust them. The 5-year-olds might it be terrorists. After all, they`re from Syria.

Philadelphia fans would boo funerals, an Easter egg hunt, a parade of armless war vets and the Liberty Bell.

Despite a lack of natural ability, I did have the one element necessary to all early creativity: naïveté, that fabulous quality that keeps you from knowing just how unsuited you are for what you are about to do.

A guy wanted the vet to cut his dog's tail off.

The vet asked why. Well, my mother in law is visiting next month and I want to eliminate any possible indication that she is welcome.

Heroes? Vietnam Vets are heroes. The guys who tried to rescuse our hostages in Iran are heroes. I'm just a hockey player.

Any of these Vietnam vets that have been there and know the deal, they don't feel that any Hollywood endeavor about the Vietnam era has ever gotten it right yet.

We take care of illegal immigrants, people that come into the country illegally, better than we take care of our vets. That can't happen.

I don't know how long i could be a vet before i got bored and started shagging stuff.

You just work really hard and scrutinize.

What is it called in politics? "Opposition research"? You want to do the detective work on your client so to speak before your opponent can dig it up. We're vetting everything thoroughly.

It is a testament to our naïveté about culture that we think that we can change it by simply declaring new values. Such declarations usually produce only cynicism.

In general, any incoming administration must carefully examine ('vet') its nominees for high public office.

I've been giving free money seminars for the troops at Walter Reed Hospital and one of the Iraqi War Vets realized that the military wouldn't pay for the dental work he needed.

I want the vetting to be solid. But I also want to bring these people in because not bringing them in sends a message, right, to the Muslim world and plays into the ISIS narrative and the Al Qaeda narrative, right, that this is a war between religions. And we can't have that.

I'm concerned, too, about ISIS' ability, right, to infiltrate people.

But we have got some very effective, robust processes for vetting people. We brought in thousands of Iraqi refugees after the Iraq War. Not a single one has ever turned out to be a terrorist because the vetting was so good.

I asked my vet what kind of dog he'd get.

He told me, 'I'd get a Chihuahua, because when it died, I wouldn't care.

A golf ball is white, dimpled like a bishop's knees, and is the size of small mandarin oranges or those huge pills which vets blow down the throats of constipated cart-horses.

You don't take a dead cat to the vet. I mean you might, but why?

It was Sunday morning (one a.m.), a not unusual time for some farmers, after a late Saturday night, to have a look round their stock and decide to send for the vet.

My dad, Donald, was a vet and had a practice in Yorkshire.

Cats and dogs were his bread and butter, but his greatest love was large animals.

I'm an avid animal lover. When I was 16, I wanted to be a vet or a zookeeper. I grew up with animals. At one time we had between five and eight dogs in the house, with four cats. We're menagerie people.

Vetting and verifying information is one thing.

Having our government sending out conflicting messages to the American people when conflict can be avoided is another.

We know that Obama wasn't vetted through the campaign, and now, you know, some things are coming home to roost, if you will, which is inexperience, his associations, and that ultimately harms our republic when a candidate isn't-isn't vetted by the media, that cornerstone of our democracy.

Tohru: Call a doctor, or a vet, or anybody! Oh, Mr.

Postman, it's terrible! You see, they're animals! Postman: Uh, yes, they certainly are. Here's your mail.

Once you've reached the point where you can pay rent, you can go to the vet and you can go to the grocery store, after that point it's all the same. I don't have the appetite for a decadent lifestyle.

I am interested in marginality, in immaturity, in naïveté, in illusion, in fictions, in transitions, in the fact that at a certain moment in life there is no limit. I would like my photography to pose a question rather than make a precise statement.

My plan is to bring back like the Bracero Program from 1944 that ran for 20 years where the Mexican government vets these people. I mean, they pay for it, and they get green cards, and they're actually legitimate. And then seal the border.

The law of simplicity and naïveté applies to all fine art, for it is compatible with what is most sublime.

A lot of vets like 'Good Morning Vietnam' - I get great letters from guys.

I am a New Yorker. I like New York. And I like cities. And it's not my desire to make New York more suburban. I would personally just like to vet each person.