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National award-winning actress Kalki Koechlin, who is known for voicing her opinions without mincing words, says her upbringing and cultural consciousness helped her to become an opinionated person.
Nakakalungkot (It's saddening) that in today's society, people have become so divided, politically, that they've become so opinionated and sensitive.
KIIS FM newsreader Krista Thomas was reportedly fired from the radio station because she is "too opinionated for a woman.
One of Canada's leading public intellectuals and activists, Thomas King's work is erudite yet witty and unapologetically opinionated in its understanding of Indian-white relations.
If there's anything worse than opinionated weather forecasters telling me it's going to be a "miserable" day, it's opinionated weather forecasters - and, it seems, most British people in hot weather - telling me it's going to be a "glorious" day.
Her objection is that Kate isn't sufficiently opinionated.
And we know, her fans are very opinionated on who she should or should not date.
ver Big en to nd "I can't wait to join the others, have a giggle and get the chance to air my opinions - because I can be very opinionated.
Frank Skinner's Opinionated (BBC2, 10pm) CHRISTOPHER Graham Collins isn't the most memorable of names.
Frank Skinner's Opinionated (BBC Two, Thursday, 10pm) * APOLOGIES to all those called this, but Christopher Graham Collins isn't the most memorable name in the world.
FRANK SKINNER'S OPINIONATED BBC Two Wales, 10pm There wasn't much to celebrate when the banks lost all our money.
Choice FRANK SKINNER'S OPINIONATED BBC2, 10pm There wasn't much to celebrate when the banks lost all our money and we were left in a situation where it's cheaper to post our cars to their destinations than fill them with fuel and drive them there.