Big Quotes

  • A recipe is not an exact formula, but it does need a certain structure. When the bones are right, you can dress it in many ways.
  • The entire issue is that women bear a disproportionate share of the hard work. Birthing, carrying, the whole thing - it's hard work.
  • I love being creative in all forms.
  • Human nature is the same now as when Adam hid from the presence of God; the consciousness of wrong makes us unwilling to meet those whom we have offended.
  • We will always have STEM with us. Some things will drop out of the public eye and will go away, but there will always be science, engineering, and technology. And there will always, always be mathematics.
  • Being Peruvian means to come from the farthest place possible to get to Europe. Peru is the land of the Incas. It was the capital of South America; it was where the Spanish founded their empire and took over the Inca Empire and made it into a colony of Spain.
  • I grew up when Disney was doing movies like Cinderella, and all the girls were princesses.
  • And for the team, I always tried to do the right thing.
  • I don't think punk ever really dies, because punk rock attitude can never die.
  • I became friends with the leader of the underground vampire world. He had a fangsmith, so I had a pair made... It has become kind of my signature thing.
  • I take a lot from everywhere. I take from music, architecture, novels, and plays. Anywhere that hits you.
  • If every American automatically has health coverage, the age at which Medicare kicks in becomes a less fraught issue. We could gradually raise the age of Medicare eligibility a bit, according to income, and save money.
  • I always like a charity with people who don't speak English because I get them to do all kinds of things around my house.
  • I got into hula hooping at age six - I hula hooped all day, every day. That was something I was comfortable with, but I never tried walking or singing while hula hooping! It's actually pretty difficult and tiring. But I like challenging myself. It's hard, but it's really fun.
  • It was very difficult to leave Argentina when I was kid, so I only spoke Spanish for the first six years of my life.
  • People talk, 'Oh your father's a misogynist, look what he said about women,' like, on 'Howard Stern.' When he gets with Howard Stern, who's a friend of his, he'll joke around, because it's a comedy show. He's allowed to have a personality.
  • I don't like to listen to the unthoughtful criticism. When we have thoughtful criticism, I love it.
  • As an actor, you know, I love not being pigeonholed, which is great. No one really knows who I am. So that's a positive.
  • When I got there, there were two sides: business and football. Business I understand. It was pretty obvious to me what we had to do. But the football side was like the Holy Grail.
  • Art was a way of life in my family. My grandfather, N.C. Wyeth, who died a year before I was born, had been a prominent painter. So was my father, Andrew. My two aunts and two of my uncles also earned a living as painters.
  • I just try to write the best story I can, a story I would love to read, and hope that readers feel the same.
  • The Republican Party is either going to return to the party of fiscal responsibility and consistent conservative principles as it was under Ronald Reagan, or it will continue down the path of 'sporadic moderation.'
  • I don't want to repeat my mistakes.
  • All that counts in life is intention.
  • The secret to so many artists living so long is that every painting is a new adventure. So, you see, they're always looking ahead to something new and exciting. The secret is not to look back.
  • If the Olympics come around, and I'm in shape, then I'll compete. But I won't be representing the United States; I'll be representing myself.
  • I feel like, sometimes, when things are just handed to people, in a way, right away, you don't get a sense of what the rejection and the struggle is like that comes along with life.
  • My husband is a brilliant cook - enthusiastic and good - but he has not mastered the clearing up as you go along.
  • In case anyone needs reminding, it was the relentless drive of the tourism industry and kowtowing State Department bureaucrats that led to the Bush-era Visa Express Program, which relaxed visa policies, eliminated in-person consulate interviews and opened the door to the 9/11 hijackers.
  • If a girl came up to me and asked me out, that's a little forward. Guys like it when girls play hard to get!
  • Along the beach I never collected shells from my father's shore.
  • My first car was a BMW. A white BMW.
  • Gosh, I'd like to direct Our Town on stage.
  • All I've ever done is try to get at the truth of the matter.
  • I'm not really sure what social message my art carries, if any. And I don't really want it to carry one. I'm not interested in the subject matter to try to teach society anything, or to try to better our world in any way.
  • I can't wait for them to convert old movies to 3D. I am 100% confident I want them to convert 'Terminator 2' to 3D more than I want anything in the world.
  • Just smiling at someone walking down the street can make the person's day. It's all about paying it forward.
  • Maybe these kids are just too young and too dumb to know about the first 13. Maybe they can't comprehend that the Braves have only won one World Series in those 13 years.
  • My business life is really simple. It's like, get check. Put check in bank. Pay rent. I've never bought a stock in my life. I never got caught up in that trip. And the truth is, I don't obsess about money ever.
  • A Beethoven symphony should be rehearsed like chamber music, only for a lot more people.
  • If any foes of mine are there, I pardon every one: I hope that man and womankind will do the same by me.
  • But when I really look back on my life, being really honest about it and now that I've got the chance to travel the world, seeing how a lot of little kids grow up - my life wasn't so bad.
  • Many Nobel Prizes are awaiting good research to understand and explain the many mysteries of our bodies, such as the basic mechanism of memory or imagination.
  • I don't see my dancing or acting as two separate things. I don't define them separately, so I can't say one has helped the other, It's all the same thing. More than anything I love being on stage and performing.
  • Not being happy really is my fear.
  • When I was younger, I didn't have the finer things in life. It was around me - the cars, the jewelry and all of that. But I didn't have it. So I did bad things to get what I wanted. Going to jail never crossed my mind. I wish it had. When I was locked up, my mother didn't support me because she couldn't accept who I was and where I was.
  • Anorexia was there for me before I got into modeling, but because of the arena and the demands, the disease really got out of control for me. It's like being an alcoholic and going and being a bartender.
  • It's really not fun to have seen a movie that you want to talk about, and you can't find anyone else who's seen it.