Art Quotes

  • I guess when I was a kid I wasn't the type of person playing a lot of pranks. I was the type of person upon whom pranks were pulled.
  • I think that T.V. shows are more like working at a home. You know you're going to the same place every day, working with the same people, the same cast and crew. You're in a dressing room instead of a trailer, so I think that that's more of a normal sort of lifestyle.
  • I believe that one defines oneself by reinvention. To not be like your parents. To not be like your friends. To be yourself. To cut yourself out of stone.
  • I believe very firmly that gay people of every stripe and age should be role models for all children, and that means interacting with them.
  • The big and the fast beat the small and the fast. If you check out the NBA today, they're big and fast.
  • Despite a good season and 22 points, I'll not drive any more for Toro Rosso in 2015.
  • I'm very sensitive. I remember, as a kid at school, if someone in the classroom was sad or angry, it could have a great impact on me.
  • Tax cuts continue to benefit families, seniors, and small business owners, as evidenced by unparalleled economic growth in Nevada and across the country.
  • We are a country of excess. So it's not the violence, per se, but the exacerbation and constant repetition.
  • I live on hope and that I think do all Who come into this world.
  • The Bible - it's sort of the other person in the room. There's this book, the reader, and the Bible.
  • Architecture students are generally given theoretical projects, often located at distant locations, and told to come up with a design.
  • At the beginning of every week, I like to sit down and figure out what I'm going to make. I probably try at least two new recipes a week. But I have my standbys - jambalaya, meatloaf and mashed potatoes.
  • Not all human souls but only the pious ones are divine.
  • Luckily, with 'The Collector' the first time around, it really took off in the DVD world and foreign, so it was just a pleasant surprise that a couple of years later there we were, doing it again.
  • National defense is the sacred duty of the young and all other people.
  • The very idea of true patriotism is lost, and the term has been prostituted to the very worst of purposes. A patriot, sir! Why, patriots spring up like mushrooms!
  • In my heart I know what kind of person I am, and that's good enough.
  • My stories deal with multicultural situations as well as multigenerational settings.
  • It's not enough that I should succeed - others should fail.
  • But I don't sit down and think: this is meant for children.
  • Privacy is a right, but as in any democratic society, it is not an absolute right.
  • Every perfect traveler always creates the country where he travels.
  • I love my son more than anything. I will do whatever it takes to make sure he is raised the right way.
  • I'm not ridiculously wealthy, but I don't squander money either.
  • That's the only way I can control my movie. If you shoot everything, then everything is liable to end up in the movie. If you have a vision, you don't have to cover every scene.
  • I brought what I could of myself to this thing, because between Henry Warnimont and I - not a hell of a lot of difference.
  • Some of my favourite characters have been people like Masha in 'Three Sisters' and Elena in 'Uncle Vanya.'
  • I want to do action which is larger than life but has a touch of reality.
  • I think in the lifetime of a tennis player there are many times where you feel that tremendous confidence.
  • The special sphere of finance within economics is the study of allocation and deployment of economic resources, both spatially and across time, in an uncertain environment. To capture the influence and interaction of time and uncertainty effectively requires sophisticated mathematical and computational tools.
  • I want to top expectations. I want to blow you away.
  • Mathematicians didn't invent infinity until 1877. So they thought it was impossible that Africans could be using fractal geometry.
  • I am a striker, but I love playing wide.
  • Early, when I first started wrestling, I wanted to be a combination of Sting and the Ultimate Warrior: The Ultimate Warrior's craziness and weird personality and Sting's coolness and the way he carried himself to the ring. But then later on, when it came to physicality and athleticism, Shawn Michaels topped the cake.
  • I love Cate Blanchett. She's extremely classy and has this knack for taking on roles and being very, very strong, but also embedding vulnerability. She has this relatable quality. I like the path she chose.
  • I do not know what I may appear to the world; but to myself, I seem to have been only like a boy playing on the seashore, and diverting myself now and then in finding a smoother pebble or prettier shell than ordinary, while the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me.
  • People say it's not ambitious, but it is actually quite ambitious wanting to help people.
  • I am very optimistic, and I wish that God almighty grants me success to get a qualifying time. Only then can I go to the Olympics. If this happens I will be the first Palestinian athlete to gain a qualifying time. This will be a big achievement.
  • Well, a sort of epiphany: I was in a great band. And it's very cool to be at 53 and realise that when you were a kid you were in a great band.
  • Take events in your life seriously, take work seriously, but don't take yourself seriously, or you'll become affected, pompous and boring.
  • People feel like they grew up with me.
  • We don't have sales trading, brokerage, capital lending - any of those kinds of things that got some of the Wall Street firms a little bit in trouble.
  • My main interest is in cultivating my company.
  • If I am comfortable, I say what I want to. But yes, while doing a comedy show, I am slightly reserved as a person. Since it's scripted, it's not a problem. I can manage.
  • I've always built furniture and done farm work.
  • A good man can be stupid and still be good. But a bad man must have brains.
  • The clock, for all its precision in measurement, is a blunt instrument for the psyche and for society. Schedules can replace sensitivity to the mood of a moment, clock time can ride roughshod over the emotions of individuals.