Die Quotes

  • Never underestimate a child's ability to get into more trouble.
  • My uncle, my dad always made sure I had guard skills. But as far as defending everybody, that wasn't really my mindset until my rookie year.
  • I have gone through a period of seeking to understand what or how strong or what are the connections I have to God.
  • It's been amazing to play a character that's known by so many people, especially because everyone knows at least something about Peter Pan.
  • I'm really happy here. I think anyone who knows me well, and the fans too I hope, they know that I love the area, and the bond that I've had with the fans has been fantastic.
  • The intelligent are to the intelligentsia what a gentleman is to a gent.
  • If God wants to take my left arm, that's OK, as long as I can walk and play with my kids. I'm a lot improved. I was worse than this after the accident.
  • If we are to survive, we must have ideas, vision, and courage. These things are rarely produced by committees. Everything that matters in our intellectual and moral life begins with an individual confronting his own mind and conscience in a room by himself.
  • And also they were absolutely brilliant in one way, you know: they knew how effective is not to punish somebody who is guilty; what Communist Party members could afford to do was mind-boggling: they could do practically anything they wanted - steal, you know, lie, whatever.
  • Making a transition to the adult acting industry was pretty smooth for me, and I had a great balance and a great opportunity not to do just children shows.
  • No bird soars too high if he soars with his own wings.
  • Most managers in the rock n' roll world... don't care so much about who's in the band as long as it's making money.
  • Childbearing is glorified in part because women die from it.
  • Anxiety is love's greatest killer. It makes others feel as you might when a drowning man holds on to you. You want to save him, but you know he will strangle you with his panic.
  • Twitter wasn't a big thing even on 'Inception;' it certainly wasn't on 'The Dark Knight.'
  • I'm into all types of stuff. I might have on Pumas one day, Givenchy the next. I'd wear this John Elliott sweat suit to the club.
  • I don't have time to sit up and write songs all day. Maybe one day when my kids get older.
  • I did an internship in the Silicon Valley during the Internet boom. I couldn't imagine sitting in a cubicle the rest of my life, so I gave acting a try. I would have been happy doing theater and making nothing.
  • I'm a very spoiled writer. I need to be indolent, to waste a lot of paper. I'm inefficient.
  • I believe religion is important for every person.
  • I'm open to whatever is meant to be, it will be.
  • My father was a television director, and I always knew I wanted to be in the industry, but I had thought my role was behind the camera as opposed to in front.
  • I think fearless is having fears but jumping anyway.
  • I'm very happy alone.
  • It's easy to talk to people over the Web, but it's not very easy to trigger transactions. That's the thing we set out to fix with Stripe.
  • Happiness is not a possession to be prized, it is a quality of thought, a state of mind.
  • Singing songs that represent everything I am is just the best feeling in the world.
  • Let me announce this to the American people tonight one of the best things about this debate, as a Democrat from Massachusetts, I have proposed eliminating, getting rid of the alternative minimum tax.
  • A democracy thrives on diversity. Tyranny oppresses it.
  • Freedom requires no effort to enjoy but requires heroic efforts to preserve.
  • As for kids who are struggling personally, ignore the bullies! Who cares what they think? A lot of the time, they're not thinking, so you shouldn't take their words to heart. Ignore, ignore, ignore, and keep pushing forward.
  • We are also in the process of defining how best to work together with food and other companies to address diet and physical activity factors in order to prevent chronic diseases.
  • There's always going to be a ball up in the air, and what I try to do is make sure that ball is never the kids. If that means sacrificing a social event or having fewer work commitments, it's worth it.
  • A dream doesn't become a goal until it is written.
  • I actually think I have an audience member's sensibility about going to the movies.
  • If I could edit Google Images, then I wouldn't be as scared of the Internet.
  • I used to be more of a purist about literature. I thought, 'If it's a really propulsive story, then maybe there's something unliterary about it.'
  • I wanted to work in the arts. My dream come true would be to be an architectural historian and work with the royal palaces and all the fabulous art collections. But I'm not committed enough.
  • The fundamental division of powers in the Constitution of the United States is between voters on the one hand and property owners on the other.
  • A lot of people in my life are getting sick or potentially going to get sick from tobacco.
  • My faith was started off by my grandmother and mother, and so I always saw it as a very private, personal thing.
  • It is manifestly vital to the success of the anti-slavery cause, that the authority and influence of proslavery, especially of slaveholding, ministers should be destroyed.
  • I do feel that the boys are getting left out. Girls will read boys' books, but boys won't read girls' books. If you're writing for a girl, you've got most of the audience on your side anyway.
  • Once again, stock markets have been threatened with extinction for almost 75 years, and I have found that stock markets are harder to kill than roaches.
  • When I select a topic, it's usually a commitment of two to three years of my life.
  • As a child, I always wanted to be the last one to take a bath because I knew I could close the door and spend hours just having my bath and singing.
  • Tweeting is the go-to medium for the show-off and the shyster.
  • I've never categorically been a banker. I had two internships while I was at university. The decision was more banking, or magic, and I went with the latter.