What may seem depressing or even tragic to one person may seem like an absolute scream to another person, especially if he has had between four and seven beers.
I've never been keen on open adoption. It doesn't seem to solve the main problem with adoption, which is that somebody feels she was abandoned by someone else.
Americans should be ashamed of how aflutter they get about Downton Abbey - it's unpatriotic. I seem to remember we fought a revolution so as not to put up with this nonsense, where notions of station are so unforgiving that upper and lower echelons are practically different species.
Among many of my friends and acquaintances, I seem to be one of the very few individuals who felt or feels no ambivalence about my mother. All my feelings for my mother were positive, very strong and abiding.
Attention-deficit disorders seem to abound in modern society, and we don't know the cause.
I seem to enjoy telling stories with a central absence, with a lacuna tunnelled into them.
We seem, as it were, to have conquered and peopled half the world in a fit of absence of mind.
The people who are absent are the ideal; those who are present seem to be quite commonplace.
I seem to have a bit of a knack for accents; I can pick them up quick enough.
This is not the story of Elektra from the comics. We're telling the story of 'Daredevil.' In this aspect, the storylines accentuate the sociopathic tendencies in her. The writers wanted to highlight that Elektra is quite manipulative and doesn't seem to have a conscience.
We're telling the story of 'Daredevil'. In this aspect, the storylines accentuate the sociopathic tendencies in her. The writers wanted to highlight that Elektra is quite manipulative and doesn't seem to have a conscience.
Society does not seem prepared to accept the sacrifices required for an effective prevention of cancer.
However, all gifts seem now to be absorbed in one and a man must be either a Preacher or nothing.
People seem to absorb my sound. It feels like they're one with me.
Lesbians and gays... they still have to fight, even inside. It's not that simple, even if they seem to be accepted.
How absurd these critics must seem to me, who in their modern wantonness have become so ingenious. They want to interpret my Tannhauser as specifically Christian and impute to him a tendency to impotent glorification!
To win respect, the networks seem to feel they have to keep absurdly overstating their anchors' reporting cred.
The conspiracies that I've researched and encountered, they seem to happen very ad hoc: they become conspiracies when it's necessary to have a conspiracy.
Individuals, too, who cultivate a variety of skills seem brighter, more energetic and more adaptable than those who know how to do one thing only.
I guess a lot of comic-book adaptations strive for realism. Christopher Nolan is making Batman seem very real and very serious.
As Americans, we have traditionally been the optimists sporting the 'can-do' attitude. But when it comes to addressing climate adaptation and resiliency, we seem to be more 'can't do' than 'can-do.'