One of the last comments found in the 2003 article reads as follows: "(I)n reality, hate physically and psychologically destroys both the hater
and the hated.
If you were a hater
before, these half hours could turn you.
With respect to rational hate, haters
do not focus as much on the wrong done to them or others, but, rather, on their own helplessness, guilt, or inability to effect change.
As to your comment about diehard Clinton haters
, I refer you to the definition of a Clinton hater
given by Paul Greenberg of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, which I paraphrase: A Clinton hater
is one that caught on to the abuse and wrongdoings of the Clinton gang before you did.
Instead of leaflets under your windshield or on the lawn, haters
now post their messages on the Web for you to find--by accident or choice.
But it's too early for broccoli haters
to start downing dithiolthiones in pill form, Bueding says.
The mid-tempo groove "HATERS
" chronicles the actions of well, a hater
net, some haters
are suggesting his two-year career as a recognized singer doesn't warrant him the sacred place of a full-length biography .
It said: "You read many messages and we want to say not to pay attention on negative comments, ignore haters
, just think about many great fans who love you all around the world.
However, according to the former Disney Star, majority of her bullies and haters
are adults, and not the young adults who grew up watching her in "Wizards of Waverly Place," and listened to her when she became a singer as well.
One of the bros said that it is obvious that they had to do this because they were getting pressured by a small minority of haters
who thought that this video was 'offensive.
There are better things you can do with your time, denailing yourself with pliers for example, than spending it arguing with haters
in the hope that they will see sense.
Unfortunately for these haters
, their "P-Rod's a sellout" argument simply means the kid's makin' money.
But online, I found that Haters
of Hillary really have never stopped.
Among other things, he shows that advocates of rail projects routinely overestimate their popularity among commuters and underestimate their costs; that such projects "can cost 50 times as much to start as comparable bus transit"; that they typically make congestion worse instead of alleviating it for the auto haters
, that result is intended); that "the average light-rail line consumes more energy per passenger mile" than cars do; and that "rails are more deadly than the alternatives in 15 out of 23 rail regions.