Game Quotes

  • To secure peace is to prepare for war.
  • I did grow up in France, and even though I didn't go to the school or dance with the Paris Opera Ballet, I absorbed similar ideas in my training. I understand the scale of a big company. I danced for one for almost 20 years.
  • I can be very lazy sometimes. Really lethargic!
  • It's every little girl's dream to have an exact look-alike doll. It's amazing.
  • From now until the end of time no one else will ever see life with my eyes, and I mean to make the best of my chance.
  • But Paul, in his preaching of the Gospel, is a debtor to deliver the word not to Barbarians only, but also to Greeks, and not only to the unwise, who would easily agree with him, but also to the wise.
  • I've never really focused on if I had good habits when I sang or if I had bad habits, or if I was breathing correctly. So, I started doing vocal exercises and would stretch out before I sang, stuff to help my breathing. It's funny, you breathe your whole life then you find out you're not doing it correctly.
  • One of the terrific aspects of MIT in those days was the enormous variety of experimental work that either took place there or was talked about in seminars by outside speakers aggressively recruited by the faculty.
  • I try to keep my ear to the streets without sacrificing who I am as an artist. If a song needs a drum machine I'll use a drum machine. If it needs a drummer, I'll use a real drummer.
  • I'm a mother, and my life is very full.
  • If you go in and audition for roles rather than just be offered them, then you kind of get a chance to kind of discover that you can do something that you didn't think you could do.
  • I've realised that at the top of the mountain, there's another mountain.
  • 'Game of Thrones' is great. Love it.
  • I feel like I've got this anti-marriage thing, but it's less that and more I'm overthinking it to get it right.
  • People tell me all the time that I look forbidding or aloof. That doesn't bother me much - I am fairly private, withdrawn, and... distant, I guess. But, um, I think that's okay.
  • The fact is, I'm gay, always have been, always will be, and I couldn't be any more happy, comfortable with myself, and proud.
  • I am very keen to take on a 'West End' show soon, as I haven't done much theatre, and that would be amazing. It is quite liberating to be on stage night after night.
  • I don't write under the ghost of Faulkner. I live in the same town and find his life and work inspiring, but that's it. I have a motorcycle and tool along the country lanes. I travel at my own speed.
  • University of California students can look forward to the same authoritarian management style Secretary Napolitano brought to the Department of Homeland Security, hardly a bastion of free speech and open government.
  • To be honest, I think for part of my late teens my character didn't really develop very much. I was in a state of cold storage.
  • I don't conduct myself like a rock 'n' roll star in my day-to-day living. Am I a celebrity? Yes. Do people recognize me on the street? Yes, they do. But at the same time, it's not a media center out here. People get used to you.
  • The collusion of big business, big labor, and big government threaten the spirit of small business that makes America great.
  • I make sure I always give Him all the glory and praise, because I know that in one second, one game, one play, it could be all over.
  • Now, what really makes a teacher is love for the human child; for it is love that transforms the social duty of the educator into the higher consciousness of a mission.
  • My thoughts are my company; I can bring them together, select them, detain them, dismiss them.
  • I live a dramatic life, it's just not on TV yet.
  • I've never been to Comic-Con, but I'm certainly aware from this side of the Atlantic that it's a very important part of film marketing now, even when the films are not directly linked to a comic.
  • If it were a real effort to live in the Middle Ages, your life would be one perpetual prevarication.
  • I don't think tragic situations are necessarily devoid of beauty.
  • Actors like to play bad guys because they're more fun. They also win more awards.
  • My life is a lovely story, happy and full of incident.
  • I started out as a dancer, but gradually became more interested in music.
  • Politics is too big a game to feel the absence of a Kamal Haasan.
  • My mother, whom I love dearly, has continually revised my life story within the context of a complicated family history that includes more than the usual share of divorce, step-children, dysfunction, and obfuscation. I've spent most of my adult life attempting to deconstruct that history and separate fact from fiction.
  • A novel requires a certain kind of world-building and also a certain kind of closure, ultimately. Whereas with a short story you have this sense that there are hinges that the reader doesn't see.
  • Comedians are really writers who don't have pens and pencils about them, but they riff.
  • As long as Pete and Joe are there, it's gonna be jumping.
  • Quite honestly, I treat myself with cars I really want to drive, and I have some flexibility to do that.
  • Twitter is amazing. I advertised for the position of research assistant on Twitter, and both of my researchers came from there.
  • I've had my moments of insanity. But there is a certain responsibility to set proper examples for your children, and that influences your choices in every aspect of your life.
  • I can eat beef, provided it's minced in disguise. I couldn't eat a gammon steak. Forget it.
  • I've always been a quiet guy.
  • I measure success in terms of the connection with the audience, which we've been able to do in spades. I mean, it's very hard to do that. You think about it, you go back in time, you can say, 'Well, there's, like, 'Saturday Night Live' and 'Rolling Stone' or 'MTV.' I think 'Vice' is in that category now.
  • If ever I want to amuse myself with an idiot, I have not far to look for one. I laugh at myself.
  • Dialect was my biggest fear. So, I spent a long time working with dialect coaches just trying to get American down. I think it's very important and very easy to misinterpret.
  • We have so many young men, especially, who are growing up without their dads. We have to fill that void. We have to do a better job helping young people see what it means to be a man, what it means to be a woman. And then, somehow, we have to put that family structure back together.
  • We look to the history of the time of framing and to the intervening history of interpretation. But the ultimate question must be, what do the words of the text mean in our time.
  • I just really want to work with Hugh Jackman because he's Wolverine. That would be so awesome.