Amazing Quotes

  • We know that in 2001 it was believed 78 stem cell lines existed. But now we know there are only 22 that are viable, and they have been contaminated with mouse stem cells.
  • In rural parts of China, it's like stepping back into the era of my grandfather or great-grandfather - not much has changed.
  • If it's a slow race you have to be on your guard. You have to be patient, but I prefer that.
  • I want people to believe in themselves. I want intellectual curiosity. I want someone who realizes that they don't know it all and that they're dying to learn.
  • In rock stardom there's an absolute economic upside to self-destruction.
  • Our immigration system is a broken system that needs to be fixed. We need reform that provides hardworking people of good character with a real path towards citizenship.
  • It's a big con job. We have sold the myth of Dublin as a sexy place incredibly well; because it is a dreary little dump most of the time.
  • Only one man ever understood me, and he didn't understand me.
  • I absolutely don't think a sentient artificial intelligence is going to wage war against the human species.
  • Historically, opposition to immigration in the United States has been racially and religiously motivated in the ugliest, nastiest way possible.
  • What does it take to get you to the point where you have to kill your brother? It's biblical, it's huge. It's so personal.
  • I have spent my life judging the distance between American reality and the American dream.
  • 'The Replacements' is where I met Jon Favreau, and we just clicked like, you know, like kids at a camp.
  • I love things that are harsh and things that are too loud. And I love lulling people into a false sense of security. That's life.
  • Mr Tony Hopkins says he's willing to do it if he likes the script.
  • Yoga's an amazing release.
  • I think Michael Moore is an amazing man - an amazing, brave man. And I think people are probably going to start saying, 'Don't associate with Cindy Sheehan.' People who speak truth to power somehow are marginalized in this country.
  • In science there are no 'depths'; there is surface everywhere.
  • This year, as we celebrate the 230th anniversary of America's independence, please remember the symbols that are sacred to this country. Fly Old Glory high and show your respect and admiration for this great nation and the values we hold dear.
  • To be an artist includes much; one must possess many gifts - absolute gifts - which have not been acquired by one's own effort. And, moreover, to succeed, the artist much possess the courageous soul.
  • I try to apply colors like words that shape poems, like notes that shape music.
  • I had a variety of minds about me and all of them unsettled.
  • Sometimes you have got to look at things really positively - without putting your head in the sand, you have got to manage the negatives and keep putting a positive slant on it, keep trying to find answers.
  • When I was growing up, I did not exercise at all. I was raised in the French Quarter in New Orleans. If I saw someone running, I would call the police because I thought they stole something on Royal Street.
  • I didn't come out as gay; I came out as I don't really believe in gender.
  • We live in an age where people will watch epic entertainment on their phones.
  • Eating constitutes the greatest obstacle to self-control; it gives rise to indolence.
  • I was extraordinarily lucky. I wrote a book because I wanted to see if I could write a mystery. Someone nagged me into sending it to a contest, which it won, after which I was offered a two-book contract, thus requiring the writing of a second book.
  • What happened on September 11 compels us to focus on who we are as Americans, what we stand for, what really matters in our lives - family, friends, faith and freedom.
  • AIDS and malaria and TB are national security issues. A worldwide program to get a start on dealing with these issues would cost about $25 billion... It's, what, a few months in Iraq.
  • Punctuality is the politeness of kings.
  • Always leave enough time in your life to do something that makes you happy, satisfied, even joyous. That has more of an effect on economic well-being than any other single factor.
  • President Trump has challenged Congress to reduce the burden on the American worker and to build an economy that rewards honest work. Congress should accept that challenge and craft a bipartisan plan that makes real reductions in what government demands from our wallets.
  • In the ultimate analysis, all of us would have served Pakistan better if history and our future generations judge us positively.
  • I'm following my interests, and there's something about investigating the world and creating a watchable, entertaining programme out of it that is deeply satisfying.
  • In Riyadh, there's going to be a huge project that will house at least 12,000 units with inhabitants of approximately 150,000 people. It's like a city within a city.
  • I am a slow walker, but I never walk back.
  • I had to relearn how to ride a horse like an ape. I had to change how I jumped off and how I gripped them with my thighs and distribute my weight differently.
  • My audience is made up of such bizarre, rare people. They're very sparse and scattered; it's not like a huge body of people.
  • In school, I learned about artists and how they were free to express themselves. I was allergic to conformity, and the lifestyle attracted me. I wanted to express myself in a way that slammed people up against the wall.
  • In 'Blade Runner,' the here is quite enough: a vision of dark, cramped, urban squalor. This is Los Angeles in the year 2019, when most of the earth's inhabitants have colonized other planets, and only a polyglot refuse heap of humanity remains. Los Angeles is a Japanized nighttown of sleaze and silicon, fetid steam, and perpetual rain.
  • I think if you're too concerned with being cool or hip or liked, you can't really make good TV because sincerity and coolness are opposites.
  • I think it would be more beneficial to protection of species if we could focus our efforts rather than paint a broad-brush area that is so enormous that active management is very, very difficult.
  • We can learn from IBM's successful history that you don't have to have the best product to become number one. You don't even have to have a good product.
  • We are people with all the hopes, dreams, passions, and faults of everyone else. Eighty percent of us are born into families with no history of dwarfism.
  • In the high level cartoon world, my number one admired hero would be Chas Addams - really a top, top artist that the 'New Yorker' was lucky to find and employ.
  • We, the American people, owe the nation's police officers our deepest gratitude, our best efforts, and our strong support, for they have done so much for us against such great odds.
  • I'm not so naive as to think that everybody always succeeds, right? I mean, half of Shakespeare's stories are tragedies - right?