Couple Quotes

  • Love is like a faucet, it turns off and on.
  • Typically you see the home office think up some great program but doesn't think through implementation at the store level.
  • What I've learned over the years is that the craft of songwriting is trying to take the personal and make it universal - or in the case of telling a story, taking the universal and making it personal.
  • If you crave for Knowledge, the banquet of Knowledge grows and groans on the board until the finer appetite sickens.
  • I worked in the story department for years on 'Cars' and 'Toy Story 3.'
  • My first memory of the public library is of lugging home a volume of Norse myths as heavy as a thunder-god's hammer.
  • I play an 89-year-old man whose wife has Alzheimer's in a movie called 'Still.' I play a World War II veteran, I acted with my son and it's called 'Memorial Day.'
  • I think most people try to get others to see through their eyes.
  • I enjoy being an actor in my own movies.
  • I want to be kissed by the people I love.
  • There is no such thing as sportsmanship.
  • The truth is, however rich people get, they hate paying tax. Some live abroad for a year, or years at a time just to avoid it. Bizarre really - desperate economic migrants are driven to leave their homeland because of poverty; tax exiles are driven overseas by their wealth.
  • I loathe hair salons. People have always told me I am in the wrong business because I can't stand getting my hair cut or having it messed around with. Hairdressers feel as if they've got to be your shrinks. I just want them to do my hair so I can get out of there.
  • The purpose creates the machine.
  • Every minute I'm on the set, it's play time for me. I feel like I'm on the beach!
  • In my own life, when I'm not working, I do wear a lot of black. I think I do feel very comfortable in black.
  • It's not that I am not emotional, but I am extremely secure and curb it, as I am afraid to let go and be broken. So, I have cultivated myself to be detached in life, specially where movies are concerned.
  • This issue is whether or not our government should be infusing religion into (schools).
  • As Governor of Colorado, I will continue to transition our state away from fossil fuels to more clean, renewable sources of energy.
  • My philosophy, don't let cancer ruin your life. You get up every day and use what you have and what time you have left.
  • As an actor, if you were to simplify what acting really is, it's about letting go.
  • Firefighters go where they're needed, sometimes ignoring the dangers even when no one is inside a burning building to be saved.
  • I've wrestled with reality for 35 years, and I'm happy, Doctor, I finally won out over it.
  • The deep joy we take in the company of people with whom we have just recently fallen in love is undisguisable.
  • I want people to get over the stigma about hemp. These seeds can't make you high, but they will make you feel good.
  • As much as we thirst for approval we dread condemnation.
  • The classic epic fantasy is good versus evil, underdog against power.
  • I'm a huge fan of Akira Kurosawa, a big Hitchcock fan.
  • I had a friend, and we always used to pretend to be twins. We had this fantasy about going to Hollywood together. We were about four.
  • I think that was one thing I definitely brought to the table, my aggressiveness and my style of play, and I think that's one of the reasons why the fans here really appreciated the way that I went out and played, just because I think they kind of liked that.
  • I got into animals by drawing hair follicles. I liked drawing hair, and from that I got into feathers and fur, then into images of animals. The patterning is the same, but the proportions of the body change from one animal to the next. A lot of it is just geometry and consciousness.
  • The process of open adoption is not discussed in the way it should be. Everyone I know who has adopted domestically has at least one tragic story. It was important to me to be able to describe those situations.
  • I have been aware all the time that my peoples, spread far and wide throughout every continent and ocean in the world, were united to support me in the task to which I have now been dedicated with such solemnity.
  • But I really feel strongly that our kids do way too much homework. The research is on my side. It's easy to make a fuss when you're right. That can be the tagline of my life: 'It's Easy To Make A Fuss When You're Right.'
  • I'm not ashamed of what I am and that I have curves and that I'm thick. I like my body.
  • Louie Anderson thinks my thing is the absurdness of reality. That's what we do on 'Portlandia' all the time. I try to bring that absurdness of reality to everything.
  • I'm inspired by people who keep on rolling, no matter their age.
  • When I was 13 or 14, my mother used to gift me books that I was dying to read. Those are my most memorable birthday gifts.
  • What can I say: I'm a writer - I enjoy forcing pain and suffering on my characters!
  • I'm always happy to be a part of history. When you're a part of history, you live forever. 'The T.A.M.I. Show' will live forever because now it's brand new. We did that 40-odd years ago, and people are really starting to see it now. I was a part of history when I recorded that show.
  • Becoming a mother is the best thing that's happened to me.
  • A country like America has twice as much food on its shop shelves and in its restaurants than is actually required to feed the American people.
  • In running, I can internalize that intensity. I can handle it because it's me and I'm coming back in the next race. I'm always ready for the next race.
  • I don't think we are changing the world here, but we might be influencing a perspective.
  • In my works, the geography map-wise is accurate - roads are where I say they are, and go from this town to the next as I say they do, and yes, it would take a curricle that long to travel that distance.
  • My interest is in the future because I am going to spend the rest of my life there.
  • My primary and secondary education was in French, which had a lasting influence on my life.
  • I did private study for about a month, five days a week, six hours a day. I came to understand the character in ways that I never would've previous to that. I was so innocent in respect to ways of creating characters.