Everybody Quotes

  • I was in the equity-trading department at Merrill Lynch. I was there in 1987 when the market crashed.
  • To fall into a habit is to begin to cease to be.
  • The actor's life is the road. Always has been, always will be. That is his cross and his glory.
  • I hope we can get back to what I call the kitchen table. Everyday issues that people are really worried about and focused on.
  • I love conspiracy theories. I used to just live on it. You know it's all hype and garbage, but you're still really paranoid afterwards. It's fun entertainment.
  • The little depression I experienced during my manic-depression was not like depression as anyone else had ever described it. It was very violent and angry, and I was full of rage. I wasn't lying in bed.
  • Every successful organization has to make the transition from a world defined primarily by repetition to one primarily defined by change. This is the biggest transformation in the structure of how humans work together since the Agricultural Revolution.
  • I have a lot of stuff I want to talk about and offer up. It would be odd not to have ideas about something.
  • I really have to say 'thank you' to our fans, because I think it's difficult for European viewers to find and watch Asian movies, and I hope you enjoy our films.
  • In economic terms, health care is a highly successful industry - profitable, growing, and virtually recession-proof - but it's a massive burden on the rest of the economy.
  • I am doing my best to find it. I will find it before the public finds it. I will get out of it before it's too late. The reason I will do that is because that's what I'm paid to do.
  • If we think that high marginal tax rates are bad because they distort incentives, the same is then true for tax subsidies.
  • The first 10 years of my professional life had only to do with running away from my father. He was a wonderful cabinet-maker, and me being the eldest son, I had to take over his shop, his profession and so on and so on. I tried to escape by going to art school and then going on to industrial design and then interior design.
  • Every project has challenges, and every project has its rewards.
  • None who has passed through the portals of UAA has been a failure. From the former Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, to Lakshmi, Cho, Nagesh, Moulee, Srikanth, ARS and I, all have been a part of UAA.
  • The hardest people to reach with the love of God are not the bad people. They know they are bad. They have no defense. The hardest ones to win for God are the self-righteous people.
  • My favorite fighter is Anderson Silva.
  • Every so often, I am thanked for being 'unapologetically me.' I treasure those moments, those people, and remember them every time I'm feeling timid.
  • On October 18, 1941, I suddenly received a mandate from His Majesty to form a new cabinet. This was completely unexpected, and when I was summoned to the Imperial Palace I thought I would be questioned on the army's point of view.
  • I've never really been very good at marriage. It's one of my failures. I've tried my best, but I do realise the common denominator is me; it's something I'm doing.
  • 'Easter' is a movable event, calculated by the relative positions of sun and moon, an impossible way of fixing year by year the anniversary of a historical event, but a very natural and indeed inevitable way of calculating a solar festival. These changing dates do not point to the history of a man, but to the hero of a solar myth.
  • As you know, the thing that I know the least about is the topic of sports.
  • Every song asks to be sung in a different way.
  • How people treat you is their karma; how you react is yours.
  • Washington politicians should not be treated any differently than any other American. That's what people are fed up with.
  • One thing any backpacker will tell you is that it's tedious and monotonous. You're bored sometimes, so you really have to make the fun in your head.
  • I started out with comedy in college, but had my major in Recreation Administration - which meant I wasn't going to get a real job - so I started doing a little standup.
  • Every time we share something rather than own it ourselves, we reduce the stress on the planet. That could make the critical difference as the global population continues to grow.
  • I like to write about women, not so much about the way they relate to men, but about the way they relate to each other.
  • Every science consists in the coordination of facts; if the different observations were entirely isolated, there would be no science.
  • There are people who think it's easier to write books in verse, and it's definitely not.
  • We need to make sure that joblessness never pays more than employment.
  • Seems like most of the kids today are into other sports other than tennis.
  • Every single person, pretty much, is taught what they're supposed to do: go to school, get a job, find someone to love, get married, have kids, raise the kids, and then die. Nobody questions that. What if you want to do something different?
  • For the people to hear directly from their president, no matter what format that is in - whether it's through social-media platforms, whether it's through speeches, whether it's through interviews - that's always a positive.
  • Clearly, humans will always have a role to play in emergency response for law enforcement. But if there's an emergency, if there's a 911 call, the question is, do you want a human dashing off to respond to it right away?
  • It is not possible to assert publicly that Monsanto is anything other than venal without being accused of being a sellout, a fraud, or worse.
  • Every religion or every philosophy is an outcome of the human search for liberation.
  • All my life I wanted to play music with love to every member of the audience.
  • I learned that five- and-six-year-old kids have already figured out how to be intolerant.
  • I still follow the lifestyle of the Mormon church. I try to go to church every Sunday even when I'm on tour. It's not only my upbringing, but it helps me stay sane. It helps me remember my purpose and the overall picture of what is important to me and what makes me happy.
  • I collect antiques. Why? Because they're beautiful.
  • Hell is nothing else but nature departed or excluded from the beam of divine light.
  • Every time I have a song that does well, that's a great feeling to have.
  • Every season, for me, it's like starting from scratch again.
  • Every time I see something terrible, it's like I see it at age 19. I keep a freshness that way.
  • I would like to be known as someone who was really sweet but also knowledgeable in all areas of life.
  • Every role you play is literally - and I've said this before - every single role that you play, the only way you can connect to that character is because that was a piece of you that was scattered around that yard, almost like we got caught up in some whirlwind.