Communicate Quotes

  • Not for a moment, beautiful aged Walt Whitman, have I failed to see your beard full of butterflies.
  • I have the luxury of being a little boy... To me, the most important thing in life is to be a human being. Second is acting.
  • It is hard to be enthusiastic about the economy's prospects when house prices are falling: Households spend less, small business owners can't use homes as collateral for loans and local governments are forced to cut jobs and programs as property-tax revenue disappears.
  • The last state to admit a black student to the college level was South Carolina.
  • Remember, in the vast infinity of life, all is perfect, whole, and complete... and so are you.
  • I'm fortunate to have success, but it was a long and challenging road, so I try to make that not be the case for other women.
  • We cannot be sure of having something to live for unless we are willing to die for it.
  • A man becomes as attractive as an attractive woman when he becomes successful and is publicly noted. Power's an aphrodisiac.
  • I am originally from Florida. So Thanksgiving was always something I really looked forward to, because I got to travel back home every year and see everyone all at once, around one big happy table.
  • Conscience - the only incorruptible thing about us.
  • The secret of genius is to carry the spirit of the child into old age, which means never losing your enthusiasm.
  • Look, very clearly there are things that need to be done urgently in relation to climate change, and of those the most obvious is to have an enforceable and equitable arrangement delivering deep cuts in emissions into the middle of the century.
  • To be happy in this world, first you need a cell phone and then you need an airplane. Then you're truly wireless.
  • Well no, I think we won't have that problem but as far as paparazzi I'm speaking, I will deal with that.
  • I'm pretty much friendly and compassionate to everybody. But not to people in the ring.
  • It is a sobering thought that when Mozart was my age, he had been dead for two years.
  • I love my bubble skirt. I wear it with a belt and my shirt tucked in. Just like a t-shirt from Nordstrom's or something. And I wear this navy blue blazer with the sleeves crushed up. And I just feel like I'm such a cool girl when I walk out. I feel like, 'Yeah I'm cool, like a model.'
  • Humans live a lot longer than dogs, and we don't suffer any penalty that I can see. We're superior in almost every way - they can smell better. But really, they can't drive cars, they can't do half the things we can. I don't understand why you can't live longer and be really fit.
  • Our lives sometimes depend on computers performing as predicted.
  • I love my rabbit, my family rabbit.
  • I have a new found respect for women who have been through breast cancer and this surgery.
  • I always felt like we were here to do a job, so you should be out there practicing and playing.
  • If I had been born in Paris in the early 1900s and lived through World War II, I feel like my DNA would've been Henri Baurel.
  • It gets harder and harder to make sure your public understands you're a sensitive human being, but I am sensitive. I don't like to be hurt.
  • We made the commitment internally to develop our own superior vapor product. We didn't buy a company outside, and we believe that Vuse is a superior and game-changing technology.
  • I don't watch the beginnings of many series; I don't know why - maybe because I'm normally working.
  • Does the road wind up-hill all the way? Yes, to the very end. Will the day's journey take the whole long day? From morn to night, my friend.
  • I've had people say to me, 'You'll never sell handbags. You don't work with leather, and leather is luxury.' To me, it's the complete opposite: leather is everywhere - it's so cheap a material; it's so mass produced. Over 50 million animals a year are killed just for fashion. For me, it doesn't have a luxury element to it.
  • My mother was so stylish, but she never pushed that on me. She always thought I looked cool.
  • Every Christmas Eve, the elves will come and give us a new pair of pajamas.
  • Don't forget to celebrate. When I was first coming up, everything was so serious - we were always rushing to get to the next thing - that we didn't take the time to say, 'Man, look what we did just now.'
  • Every marriage is weird! That's what it is - we just all need to start embracing the fact that there is no normal.
  • In today's politics, it would be good to have politicians who are more upfront about what they felt and actually not trying to bend with every breeze. They're infuriating, all of them.
  • Baseball life is a tough life on the family.
  • To be involved with movies that become kind of cult classics... I've been very fortunate. 'The Warriors' is certainly a cult classic, and 'Xanadu' is, to a certain degree, a cult classic as well.
  • It's one of these things that I've been struck by for so long about America. You know, this amazing politeness of American life that's not at all class specific. It's not like people get more polite as ascend the hierarchy of society. Just incredible good manners. It's always been something that I've noticed.
  • All my humor is based on destruction and despair. If the whole world were tranquil, without disease and violence, I'd be standing in the bread line - right in back of J. Edgar Hoover.
  • Everybody in this country who wants to should be able to get as much education as they want. Education is the best resource we have.
  • On Lock, Stock, we didn't know where the money for shooting the next day was coming from.
  • We started Fox when everyone said it couldn't be done.
  • Things and actions are what they are, and the consequences of them will be what they will be: why then should we desire to be deceived?
  • The skills of the British intelligence community are a great national asset.
  • I have ideas saved on my computer that I visit from time to time to see if one may shine and motivate me.
  • I have been going from one racetrack to another for years, since I was 14.
  • Anyone can do running. Running should be easy. It should be fun. It should include everyone. It shouldn't be a punishment for eating cheesecake, which is what we've turned it into.
  • What you need to do is get that tape measure out, and start measuring that gut. Then you start working out and you start eating properly till that gut gets down close to it was when you were in your 20's. Then you'll find out what your weight should be.
  • The thing is that we live in a presidential system with a parliamentary constitution. Congress has a lot of weight in Brazil, and the president cannot always do when he wants; he does what he can.
  • Anyone can go out on stage and start beating people over the head with rubber chickens. That'll get people's attention.