Eggs Quotes

  • Singing in public makes me very uncomfortable.
  • My son does a little photography, but he's not involved the way I was.
  • In Germany, I have been called the Queen of Kitsch, but I don't mind that - as long as people buy the books.
  • Each moment of a happy lover's hour is worth an age of dull and common life.
  • In an age robbed of religious symbols, going to the shops replaces going to the church. We have a free choice, but at a price. We can win experience, but never achieve innocence. Marx knew that the epic activities of the modern world involve not lance and sword but dry goods.
  • The group started getting bigger and bigger, so Al started replacing Brian on the road, and then finally there was a big flare-up with Dave Marks and he left the group.
  • If we were really tough on crime, we'd try to save our children from the desperation and deprivation that leave them primed for a life of crime.
  • For me, baseball just brings up a lot of nostalgic, happy feelings because I enjoyed it as a kid, and I liked being out there playing in the sun, and it was a simpler time for all of us.
  • I like the MAC Face and Body foundation. Sometimes it can't cover all my flaws, but I like it because it looks really natural and it evens out my skin tone.
  • Pain was something we were expected to endure. But I doubt very much if you would be entirely happy today if a doctor threw a towel in your face and jumped on you with a knife.
  • Coffee has always been a significant part of my life. For me, it's a chance to start my day and gather my thoughts - it's fuel for my creative process.
  • There is that awful moment when you realize that you're falling in love. That should be the most joyful moment, and actually it's not. It's always a moment that's full of fear because you know, as night follows day, the joy is going to rapidly be followed by some pain or other. All the angst of a relationship.
  • I was addicted to playing music.
  • Somebody said to me this morning, 'To what do you attribute your longevity?' I don't know. I mean, I couldn't have planned my life out better. By all accounts I should be dead! The abuse I put my body through: the drugs, the alcohol, the lifestyle I've lived the last 30 years!
  • Comic book fans have loved Wolverine, and all the 'X-Men' characters, for more than the action. I think that's what set it apart from many of the other comic books. In the case of Wolverine, when he appeared, he was a revolution really. He was the first anti-hero.
  • Forget the past.
  • I love my BlackBerry, I love my Apple Mac, I love technology.
  • Each murder is one too many.
  • I was paid to read Western economic texts. In a way, the regime paid for their own undermining.
  • People ask me what I do in my spare time, and I look at them blankly, truly believing that I don't even have spare time, and if I did, I'd probably use it for something mundane, like chipping away at the mound of laundry rising to dangerous proportions in the back room.
  • I was raised by muses. Women who had men in awe of them and who wrote them movies and wrote them music.
  • Some directors hardly talk to the actors at all.
  • 3D printing is already shaking our age-old notions of what can and can't be made.
  • There is a huge difference between journalism and advertising. Journalism aspires to truth. Advertising is regulated for truth. I'll put the accuracy of the average ad in this country up against the average news story any time.
  • For me, art is like a big support group, where you go and meet people who think the same way, and you go, 'Okay, I'm not nuts.'
  • I don't think I have had a big break, although joining the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1986 opened up new horizons.
  • My brother and sister are both older than I am and were born before my father went off to World War I.
  • I think I get certain pleasure from writing what I'm performing.
  • L.A.'s cool; I had a run with it to where it just pretty much wore me out. I love the weather and I have great friends there, great family, but I really cannot take a lot of the culture. Like Nashville, where everybody's a songwriter, everybody out there is an actor.
  • I am damn good. I am doing all this for Egypt and nothing else. I reject 70 per cent of media interviews while these people who accuse me are running after them.
  • I believe that I'm going to have a Grammy.
  • There have been a lot of exercises and I've had to force myself to go out for walks even when I didn't feel like it, but apart from that, I am a lot better.
  • I have faith in faith. God is there, whether we have faith or not, so why not have faith in him?
  • Doing a thing well is often a waste of time.
  • I don't like to boss people around. I don't get motivated by telling people what to do, I don't take any pleasure in it. So I manage with curiosity, by asking questions.
  • I had a dad you know.
  • For those who are out of work, to have the confidence from dressing appropriately and to feel good about themselves, it's really important.
  • I love the creative process and being able to build something out of nothing.
  • I would never watch 'Lost' on TV; I'd just wait until I could get at least five or six episodes in a row. Saved myself a lot of anxiety that way.
  • Love is union with somebody, or something, outside oneself, under the condition of retaining the separateness and integrity of one's own self.
  • We love the Stooges, and young kids today don't watch them. They think it's their dad's comedy. So we thought we could reintroduce them to a new audience.
  • The existing principle of selfish interest and competition has been carried to its extreme point; and, in its progress, has isolated the heart of man, blunted the edge of his finest sensibilities, and annihilated all his most generous impulses and sympathies.
  • My average day on 'Leverage' starts at 5 A. M. and ends 12 to 14 hours later. An hour drive to the set and back sometimes makes the day unbearably long. You have to grab a few minutes to yourself where you can.
  • I have faith in my imperfections!
  • We have to be responsible in what we say as leaders.
  • I want to set up orphanages for underprivileged and abused children.
  • I like to go shopping, to the movies, all the girl stuff. Just a normal girl.
  • It is our duty, to ourselves and to our children, to see the new world as it is now.