Deny Quotes

  • Now Congress learns that the Veterans Administration failed to provide complete, accurate information on the money it needs for both this year and next year.
  • I know people don't think I work.
  • People used to think I was just a shouty comic but I was doing stuff about Sartre.
  • Remember that our Spanish conquerors, for their own benefit, deliberately created an oppressed underclass whose collective psyche became rooted in passivity and underachievement.
  • I'm pretty romantic.
  • People ought to have more control over their lives.
  • In 1984, Nevada Senator Paul Laxalt gave me the opportunity of a lifetime to serve as a legislative intern in his office in Washington, D.C. Coming from humble beginnings, the experience changed my life and charted me on a path of public service.
  • I do like the idea of women not showing too much, of them being quite reserved in a way, and quite covered.
  • True, the initial ideas are in general those of an individual, but the establishment of the reality and truth is in general the work of more than one person.
  • There is not a great sense that the Americans know what they are doing, or are making much progress in Iraq. And there is satisfaction in seeing that the Iraqis are successful in resisting the United States.
  • Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power.
  • There are differences in the world community. But we have a common interest in a strong multilateral system.
  • I don't like tattoos because tattoos are forever.
  • Business people get many undeserved prizes - golden parachutes and bonuses even when companies fail. I don't think people should get rewarded for screwing up.
  • I want to steer away from the stereotypes that Latina women are categorized in. I feel like there are so many more opportunities for us. I like going out for those roles that says 'open ethnicity.'
  • One should not evoke violence by acting fearful.
  • My wife had a miscarriage. We have rarely talked about it. It did make me more aware of the sanctity of human life, how precious every child is.
  • I've been telling people I'm in the best shape of my life, I've been training unbelievably hard.
  • People so often forget that their Instagram is more than just their latest post. Before posting, step back and look at the bigger picture, a.k.a. your 'flow.'
  • I do like the iPhone. I've been a Blackberry person from, like, literally day one of Blackberry, so it's been a real switch, but it's a great device.
  • In a Union of 15 now, you must take into account the sensibilities of everyone.
  • The Declaration calls us to recognize the inherent equality of all people. And when it becomes unmistakably evident that a government is denying the governed life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, it's the right of people to establish a new government to secure these unalienable rights.
  • Sometimes it does me good to look back at the days when the living wasn't so good. I remember in 1945 the dressing-rooms were gone, the park was in ruins, no stand, nothing.
  • If I didn't have children, I think my life would be a failure.
  • It doesn't matter if gun violence is down. We need to get guns and bullets and automatic weapons off the streets.
  • There's one thing that I like about Rome that was stated by Napoleon: that from sublime to pathetic is only one step away. And in Rome there's a constant shifting between sublime and pathetic.
  • You can't deny who you are, so you might as well be yourself in the most authentic way.
  • I always find it difficult to dress in between seasons, but I quite like putting T-shirts on with a vest over the top and another layer so you can peel them back as the day goes on.
  • From its brilliancy everything is illuminated.
  • I still can't believe it when people say I am a celebrity.
  • The writing of 'Topdog' was a great gift. I feel the play came to me because I realized that my circumstances, while causing me despair and heartbreak, also held great possibility, if only I could see it.
  • The Olympics show that your dream can come true if you work hard. It's not impossible.
  • The real sin with Social Security is that it's a long-term rip-off and a short-term scam.
  • Vests are flair for men. It's one of the few ways men can accent themselves in a formal yet fun fashion.
  • I am still feeling my calf strain, so I have been unable to train this week. I will again have to sit out the weekend action, but the lads are climbing ever higher to safety.
  • You can't deny laughter; when it comes, it plops down in your favorite chair and stays as long as it wants.
  • I've never been invited to do an exhibition or do a talk in England, except once, about 10 years ago. I've given talks all across Canada, many in the United States, South Africa, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan - but not England.
  • So many roles for women demand that you make the audience fall in love with you or sympathise with you.
  • That first group of Manchester players allowed me to enjoy coaching at a very young age that motivated me to do it. If it wasn't good, I might have made a career change.
  • I'm very happy to be directing though. It's a challenge, and it's a lot of fun for me to be on set.
  • It doesn't take a brain surgeon... or a cardiologist... or a pediatrician... or even a policy wonk to figure out that a penny's worth of preventive care is worth many dollars of sick care.
  • Historical experience shows that a crisis causes either a recovery or catastrophic consequences.
  • If you're fleeing Nazi Germany in 1939 and you're a Jew, you don't think so much about relationships. People didn't have a lot of divorces during the Holocaust, for instance.
  • To me I treat each of my events as something to enjoy.
  • If certain songs become popular enough to the point where I'll be playing them the rest of my life, I don't want them all to dwell on the same down moment that I'll have to keep reliving.
  • I didn't go to college.
  • An actor must interpret life, and in order to do so must be willing to accept all the experiences life has to offer. In fact, he must seek out more of life than life puts at his feet.
  • Fame is like the dessert that comes with your achievements - it's not an achievement in itself, but sometimes it can overpower the work.