Despite increasing knowledge about trichotillomania, ignorance about the disorder remains one of the most overwhelming problems. The junior minister had only just been telling us that she was having no truck with those that would claim ignorance at this stage of the game. His calamitous ignorance of his system's failure, plus his reluctance to acknowledge it once was drawn to his attention, drew shrill demands for his dismissal. Meanwhile, another customer who's extremely knowledgeable might get bogged down on specifications, features, comparisons, and reviews. But when the inquisitor asks for the names of backing musicians, the response ranges from total bewilderment to pleasantly surprised acknowledgement of utter ignorance. Does this mean that the government is dismissive of the report and intends to lend no credibility to it? It is lamentable, therefore, that there is so much ignorance of this massive theological truth. He skewers current politics, general American ignorance, cops, the top five bad ideas for tattoos, live-at-home stoners, and so many more.
On any given Sunday you will hear Christian-right politicians claim absurdly that U. In both the tide seems strongly set in favour of ignorance, presumption, and charlatanism. As was the case with Socrates, philosophy has sought to peel itself away from sophism by admitting to its ignorance, as if unknowing were a pathos to be confessed. The realization that ignorance of the Tanakh is ignorance of Christ is no longer rare. As for Obamacare, you better do some research. In periods of political reaction, innumerable forms of social backwardness, ignorance and stupidity come into their own. This may be misinterpreted as a new air leak, especially if compared with preoperative radiographs or in ignorance of the history of previous surgery.
It became a movie the entire family watched ritually in consensual comprehension of the continuing dangers of ignorance, hate, and violence. Blaming their own ignorance, they recount how in the past they would pump oil overboard or let oil collect in their boat's bilges. It is not the sort of language you associate with relations between countries. Too often is the college graduate a solecist through her ignorance of the customs and usages of that class whose life is made up of the minutiae of politeness. Because of the willful collective historical and moral ignorance of vast swaths of the public and the opinion leaders who influence them. They make a striking point, but can't be interpreted as actual fact. Directors can no longer plead ignorance, or whatever other excuse they choose.
The singer feigns ignorance, and makes a valiant if contradictory effort to keep up appearances. It sure looks as if he's faking ignorance to try to sucker her into making some outlandish claim about how the memo was a Democratic plant. Show More Sentences Eisenhower was a prudential, common sense Republican, who loathed extremism and arrogant ignorance. Her lack of knowledge makes it a guilt-free delight. They do not know that they do not know, and their unlearned ignorance keeps them in the dark about most things that matter. The wonderful nature that so many have come to enjoy around the world is being eroded by human expansion, agriculture, mining, illegal hunting and civil unrest and the deforestation of rain forests in Africa, Asia, and South America. This ignorance and lack of involvement civically is a problem for a functioning democracy, which requires participation of the governed.
There is a powerful subcurrent of horror at the ignorance of those who subject themselves to this sort of nutritional abuse. Wince at them and you risk being warned that your ignorance of Poland's cultural and socioreligious complexities knows no bounds. In fact, all sentient beings have that potential of being free from ignorance and confusion. It deals with simple ignorance and benightedness, an incompleteness of education, a widespread failure to absorb knowledge. If Egypt allows the destruction of Hussein's and Um Kolthoum's statues, Salmawi asks what then remains other than the ignorance of long beards and Jilbabs worn by Islamists? Show More Sentences I am always being accused of being out of it, so it's reassuring to know that ignorance is a two-way street.
Patent and Trademark Office as a trademark of Salon Media Group Inc. So, while ignorance isn't bliss exactly, it sure makes our days lighter and more carefree. Bloomberg would be a great example. In contrast to this seaside scene, on which the sun smiles, the illustration on the right depicts ignorance, ruination, and mob rule. To compare Japan with Britain is ridiculous and reveals a complete ignorance of plate tectonics. There must be individuals there who feel sick about Howard's cynical exploitation of the Australian peoples' ignorance about refuges and fears of invasion.
Voters are largely ignorant of the issues. Better, I tell myself, to muddle through unphilosophically in cheerful, unreflecting, pragmatic ignorance. I'm glad I didn't know too much about my eye operation — ignorance is bliss. The Irish times has an excellent, well written article by Fintan O'Toole, Nope never heard of him - However, the article has some excellent points which really give food for thought. This has happened again and again in history. In rapid succession, the minister exposes her ignorance, selfishness, incompetence, and unhesitating willingness to deceive the British public.
Comedy, as he writes, depends on contrasts between knowledge and ignorance, wit and witlessness, rhetorical skill and ineptitude. We slouch and bellow, reminding in prayers our deathless woe And foredamn ourselves more by the ignorance of what we could not know. Timely again as the debt ceiling looks yet again. If someone attributes these miracles to Beelzebub's spirit, not through ignorance but through malice, his wrongmindedness is past hope. Where is he wrong in his opinion? The dominant white culture is killing us slowly with its ignorance.
Turn on the news these days and you're bombarded with stories about right-wing, self-styled Tea Partiers, nattering on about how balancing the budget creates jobs or how illegal immigrants are stealing jobs or how Muslims are trying to institute Sharia law in the new Mecca Oklahoma, or how global warming doesn't exist because it was cold today. It was just a throwaway remark, but perhaps my ignorance backs up the original point. Feel free to send me something concrete that backs up what you say. Bloomberg would be a great example. Many young people are still shedding the ignorance of our parents. This might also help explain how his fascination with British history is so muddlingly mixed with a seeming ignorance of old English social systems. Genuinely upset by the waiter's ignorance of dead languages my teacher grudgingly had to settle for ordering in the modern vernacular.
The butthurt in the comments truly is epic, as is the ignorance. Whether it was actual ignorance, senility, or some obscure test, it's hard to know. One that cannot be overlooked is the absence of national standards, which is why American children know so much less about their history than European children know about the history of their native lands. Shysters and conmen driving the whole Brexit thing forward, facilitated by a lying press and all pretending to be wonderful examples of democracy. Shame it's always has to be the foreign press that get to the facts without a political slant. Can't a warning red light circuit be installed aligned to the tide table to stop all the distress and danger created through ignorance? I have no party affiliation, and take the side of reason as a rule. It is better to remain unaware or ignorant of things that may otherwise cause one stress; if you don't know about something, you don't need to worry about it.