Alzheimer Quotes

  • Of all the ways of acquiring books, writing them oneself is regarded as the most praiseworthy method. Writers are really people who write books not because they are poor, but because they are dissatisfied with the books which they could buy but do not like.
  • It's so different when you change your hair color, you're treated so differently. It's a very funny experience. It's fun - I love changing up my hair.
  • The situation in Iraq will be long, it will be expensive and it will be difficult. But in the end, Iraq will very much be worth it.
  • Mostly I have to try to censor myself so as not to write things that will hurt other people, or that will go too far.
  • Always be yourself, express yourself, have faith in yourself, do not go out and look for a successful personality and duplicate it.
  • I had been coming to America very frequently for many, many years, so I had plenty of exposure - and maybe the best kind of exposure, because I think first impressions are very important. Maybe I notice stuff that is just subliminal to people who live here all the time.
  • I've got Asperger's syndrome and I'm not a very good people person, so I've always been more comfortable around machinery. Not in a weird way - I don't want to marry my car or anything stupid like that!
  • Mankind deserves sacrifice - but not of mankind.
  • Always behave as if nothing had happened, no matter what has happened.
  • C'mon. He'd be embarrassing upstairs at the White House. So I think she'd have a hard time. I think a woman president would have to be very conservative to get elected.
  • If you're a musician, there's no instrument that can be withheld from you. If you're drawn to it, develop the talent for it.
  • There is no chance of a revolution in Georgia.
  • I don't like a girl on social media, when you have an open inbox, answering questions from dudes left and right every day. What's the point? It's like having your number all out. Everybody think they're famous when they get 100,000 followers on Instagram and 5,000 on Twitter.
  • I wasn't really terribly familiar with the Beatles when I met George. They were just emerging. They certainly weren't as big as they became later on. I just knew them as a pop group, and that's all. I was keener on George as a man and a person, as opposed to someone in a band.
  • Always be your husband's best friend, make him laugh and give him a little bit of freedom - you can't suffocate him.
  • Always be yourself and rebel against what people tell you should be and be whatever you want to.
  • I like gardening - it's a place where I find myself when I need to lose myself.
  • By the year 2020, the year of perfect vision, the old will outnumber the young.
  • I would love to do a comedy, but comedy probably in the sense of a dark comedy like 'Californication,' that sort of thing. Yeah, sure, I think I'm funny.
  • I've been wanting to write a book about what goes into creating a novel, and the story behind 'A Passage to India' is especially interesting.
  • I like food. I like eating. And I don't want to deprive myself of good food.
  • Always be smarter than the people who hire you.
  • CEOs are worried they're going to get fired any minute. They're worried about their portfolios.
  • Telling everyone I wanted to go into forensic anthropology was my form of rebellion.
  • Manipulating shadows and tonality is like writing music or a poem.
  • Whatever is not commonly seen is condemned as alien.
  • Laboratories can reduce risk by implementing a proven and internationally accepted quality assurance technology that is applicable across the globe.
  • Some people buy art because they're confident that it'll be a good store value, and this is kind of a recent phenomenon.
  • I went to India with UNICEF in connection with Manchester United to raise money for children's education.
  • It's hard not to think of Jack Ford when you're making a Western. Hard not to think of him when you're making any picture.
  • I think that every show on television has its place. I think Married With Children or, I don't know, The Nanny... some people want to go home, turn on the TV and be able to iron their clothes or grab a sandwich. Come out and catch a joke and not have to follow the story.
  • As the Internet of things advances, the very notion of a clear dividing line between reality and virtual reality becomes blurred, sometimes in creative ways.
  • It's tough to have a movie-star persona when you're on a show as successful as 'Friends.'