Doing Quotes

  • Grocery stores can't afford to pay $80 a square foot. At that rate, we are going out of business.
  • I so believe that older women have tremendous value to their families, their community, their country, the world.
  • An element of virtually every national security threat and crime problem the FBI faces is cyber-based or facilitated. We face sophisticated cyber threats from state-sponsored hackers, hackers for hire, organized cyber syndicates, and terrorists.
  • I trust the pictures to tell what I want to say.
  • To get real diversity of thought, you need to find the people who genuinely hold different views and invite them into the conversation.
  • The more you meditate on the laws of Moses, the more striking and brighter does their wisdom appear.
  • I do not believe that the children of presidents or vice-presidents should be assigned to combat zones. They have no place there.
  • It's a very big world with some very big characters. And, boy, do you have to be able to stand up for yourself when you walk into a working men's club and negotiate a loan.
  • Men think we can't do two things at once. They can't, but we can. Women are more resilient.
  • My character Esteban is a guy who really didn't think he was gonna be there at this point in his life. He's in his early 30s. He's got a son. He's raising his son as a single father.
  • It was amazing and inspiring to see so many people come together through music to aid the great state of Vermont.
  • I have sun damage. I cover it up with make-up.
  • I can't say I had an ideal father, and I'm not a father myself.
  • I'll go for broke. Swim faster. It's not going to be easy - this whole thing was never going to be easy.
  • I'm lucky in that I travel a lot for work. I also manage several holidays a year. I'm not someone who sits in the sun or goes sightseeing, though. If I go away, it will be for fishing or something like that.
  • Many times I felt like I'd do better than what the director did, but some of them got a little discouraged because they didn't have full charge of making the film, and sometimes there'd be battles of egos.
  • In and after 1964 when I began to concern myself with the biological issues, and particularly from 1967 onwards, the extent of the problems over which I felt uneasy increased to such a point that in 1968 I felt a compelling urge to make my views public.
  • People have a good time with all the catch phrases.
  • It is easy to react if everything is going great.
  • I'm going to do my best to do both and die of an ulcer at age 30.
  • My high school was a private school where you went to an Ivy League. That's just what was expected of you and nothing less. So I grew up never being okay with a 'B' because a 'B' was not good enough.
  • Oh yeah - for sure - hardly a week doesn't go by when I don't hear something wonderful that someone has made in some low-budget situation, primarily with a view to selling a few hundred copies at their concerts.
  • We were then in a dangerous, helpless situation, exposed daily to perils and death amongst savages and wild beasts, not a white man in the country but ourselves.
  • I keep my overhead as low as I can.
  • I have the people behind me and the people are my strength.
  • I'd like to meet a lovely man who shares my interests. On the other hand, I possibly will not. It's part of the hand you're dealt. It's a challenge-and I'm not atypical.
  • Sports and management are not as diverse as people think.
  • I'm very blessed with the perfect husband.
  • When my daughter Dixie gets out of school, I take her to ballet, soccer, or karate. Or if it's a free afternoon, we might bake together. I love our time together. There is nothing more important in my life than making her happy.
  • Comparing science and religion isn't like comparing apples and oranges - it's more like apples and sewing machines.
  • Someone in Washington needs to get serious about fixing the tax code. That is what needs to happen.
  • In my solitude I have pondered much on the incomprehensible subjects of space, eternity, life and death.
  • Clean out a corner of your mind and creativity will instantly fill it.
  • Justice, sir, is the great interest of man on earth. It is the ligament which holds civilized beings and civilized nations together.
  • These days, as I am older and wiser, I realize that there is a danger in becoming an icon, as people can see you as remote and untouchable, and they are less willing to tolerate you doing things that don't fit with their preconceived idea of you.
  • Perhaps because my town was so naturally gothic in its architecture and relative isolation - the roads often closed in winter - my stories tended toward the ghostly and the creepily suspenseful right from the get-go.
  • Fannie and Freddie made two-thirds of all subprime mortgages. That is not a free market institution. That entity, along with the Fed printing too much money back in '03 and '04, caused the housing collapse. So we need to take free markets seriously. That means we have to put an end to all these tax credits and tax deductions and loopholes.
  • I was really into 'Cocktail' when I was younger - probably the most - followed by 'Top Gun.'
  • Diversity means understanding.
  • I would love to live in India or in the South of France, but Roger Vivier doesn't have offices yet in New Delhi or Jaipur.
  • All my life I believed I became an athlete through my own determination, but it's impossible to think that being descended from slaves hasn't left an imprint through the generations.
  • However useful computer models may be, the one thing they cannot be is evidence. Computer climate models are simply conjectures.
  • Again, the truth of the matter is we haven't paid that much attention to high school accountability.
  • I adore Chicago. It is the pulse of America.
  • I haven't had a stationary home since going with the circus, but since my parents lived in Lafayette about 25 years ago and my sister lives here now, I always claim it as home.
  • When I look at the chaotic and volatile debate right now, both in Germany and around the world, my impression and concern is that the daily barrage of proposals and political statements is making markets and consumers even more nervous. Still, Brussels is pressing for a joint European approach.
  • I have always been interested - indeed, waylaid - by the leading edges of technology, even during my Ph.D. years when I pioneered (but did not publish) agarose gel electrophoresis for RNA fractionation. Also, much later, I was instrumental in showing that Green Fluorescent Protein and RNAi could be made to work in mammalian cells.
  • The extreme side of my personality, which I chose to sort of display, was snowballing and getting a life of its own. It was like looking in a mirror and not recognising myself.