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  • This character in the film, these things that he says which sound like advice and wise things, they are very common for Orientals. It's all the tradition.
  • Sometimes a person has to be dead a while before people can appreciate what they did when they were alive.
  • America is becoming more and more dependent upon imports from foreign manufacturers than we are exports from our country in all fields: in appliances, in clothing, even food. This year America may become for the first time in its history a net food importer.
  • I believe everything happens for a reason.
  • I'm still the same person, thinking the same way, so it's possible I will invent something.
  • The disappointment of losing is huge.
  • The best measure of a man's honesty isn't his income tax return. It's the zero adjust on his bathroom scale.
  • It's really weird to be taken seriously for what you're wearing. It makes me want to wear a uniform.
  • I was a short, chubby kid, pretty shy.
  • Me and Johnny Rotten have been talking about doing a movie of his book, No Irish, No Dogs, No Blacks. We have a script, so hopefully that's going to happen at some point in our careers.
  • I'm so computer illiterate, I barely know how to send an e-mail. I mean, I have a laptop and Gmail, but I don't really look at it much.
  • I think people are confusing the right to write with the right to be published.
  • Obviously, we're all going to die at some point. Whether or not we are fated to die in some way I think is debatable. I just don't know which side to debate.
  • 'First Family' on the CW is about the president and his family living in the White House.
  • I really don't feel that writing is therapy.
  • If we had a party every time someone died on 'The Following,' we'd never get anything done.
  • I did that Grammys thing - I did a little freeform poem.
  • The start is crucial, really, but the entire race is crucial. There is not any room for error. If there is one bad stroke, you regularly lose the race.
  • If you take one of the first flights out in the morning, typically the airplane and the crew have arrived the night before. When you're not waiting on an inbound flight, there are fewer delays.
  • In short, avoiding the scourge of unemployment may have less to do with chasing after growth and more to do with building an economy of care, craft and culture. And in doing so, restoring the value of decent work to its rightful place at the heart of society.
  • What seems like a crazy idea today eventually grows. It's a 'with hindsight' thing. One day, someone will turn around and say, 'That was genius.'
  • I hold no candle for George Osborne whatsoever. He has no strategic skills, is a hopeless chancellor, has no idea how most people have to live and his policies are failing and hurting millions.
  • Pilates and yoga, we always do those together. But I think it's a little bit easier for me, at 5-7, to be more flexible and to move a little better than him at 6-5.
  • When I have to play the same role every day, I have the flexibility to play the character in so many different ways. It's almost like playing five different roles.
  • I remember being a kid and the Vietnam War was huge and looking at Watergate.
  • I believe everyone deserves access to clean air and water, and that climate change has exacerbated this challenge.
  • You buy a movie, you should get it anywhere you want it. You pay for a network, you should have that anywhere you want. Same thing with a magazine.
  • I do engineering, not religion.
  • I feel much freer now that I am certain the pope is the Antichrist.
  • We should all have the opportunity to express what we want to express.
  • I mentioned that one of the tripartite formulas in American worldview involves time: past, present, and future.
  • Life is one big transition.
  • Preying on the grievances of disaffected young men is the bedrock of Islamism.
  • The will of the world is never the will of God.
  • I realize everybody wants what they don't have. But at the end of the day, what you have inside is much more beautiful than what's on the outside!
  • And I think that I'd be a natural for scoring horror movies.
  • I wanted to win an SEC championship and a national championship. Those are the main goals.
  • I think anyone about to leave one job not surprisingly would use their knowledge, their experience, their skills drawn from their previous positions to try and earn a living in the future. That's what happens in all interviews.
  • Every movie goes through that U-shape where you start with 'Oh that's a great idea. I love it.' Everything's possible and then you face 'Oh, we can't do that, and that's impossible, and that's a bad choice.' You go the practicality of it. And then you come up to 'Great.' But that middle part is when you don't have results yet.
  • It seems only natural to me to present my men's and women's collections together.
  • The independent role of morphology in mate choice is revealed by the rare instances where the usual association between song and morphology is disrupted.
  • There is no end of craving. Hence contentment alone is the best way to happiness. Therefore, acquire contentment.
  • When we buy somebody, we cut the head off. We keep the operators who are looking - I hate to use this term - they're looking for a leader. We lead very well. And we immediately spend money on them and make them better. Everybody wants to be led. Except for me. I want to lead.
  • Arizona is gorgeous. The sunshine in Arizona is gorgeous red.
  • When I arrived in L.A., I assumed I'd be able to put on the American accent. It proved difficult, so I had six months working with a dialect coach, and it's become a habit.
  • Arnold has succeeded at every level, and I believe he is the only person that can unite the people of this state and lead California from its current dysfunctional condition to the bright future that all residents long for.
  • I think it's really important for managers to be liked by his players because ultimately, on the pitch, those players will give everything for their manager.
  • We need to take a step back and realize that not everything we encounter is true. You don't want to be gullibly accepting everything as true, but you don't want to be cynically rejecting everything as false. You want to take your time to evaluate the information.