I don't like it when I see my books sold cheaply.
I see with greater and greater clearness that consistent Christianity is the easiest Christianity to defend.
When I see a headline 'Guess who's going out with who?' I don't guess, and I don't click.
We've climbed the mighty mountain. I see the valley below, and it's a valley of peace.
I can't stand clutter. I can't stand piles of stuff. And whenever I see it, I basically just throw the stuff away.
I see the same coffee table everywhere. It's mass marketing.
Basically, I see Iran as an authentic nation-state. And that authentic identity gives it cohesion, which most of the Middle East lacks.
Colonel Jack Jacobs is a good guy. And I see him on occasion.
Although, this is often used with negative connotations, I see ideology as an inherent part of culture.
I see litter as part of a long continuum of anti-social behaviour.
I see drawings and pictures in the poorest of huts and the dirtiest of corners.
There are so many roles on TV that I don't covet. I see them, and I'm glad I don't have to play them.
Dr. Cox mentors the rookie doctors with a spoonful of dirt and then a cup of sugar. I see him as an archetypal descendent of two of my favorite curmudgeonly characters: Lou Grant and Louie De Palma.
Every time I see high-trust cultures, I see a lessening of adversarialism.
I don't have children that I've lost in a bitter custody dispute. But I see an enormous wound in kids due to a lack of their dads.
When I see pot-bellied cyclists wearing the 'maillot jaune,' it appals me.
The inability to delegate is one of the biggest problems I see with managers at all levels.
I see people detained for simple INS violations.
I see a direct line between Kennedy and Richard Nixon and the opening to China and the detente with the Soviet Union.
The beth din is the court of the chief rabbi. I see myself taking an active role within the beth din.