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  • I am not afraid... I was born to do this.
  • Any Israeli attack on Lebanon, Iran, Syria or Gaza will be met with a fierce response.
  • It's kind of a shame that it's even an issue. Not being gay, I can't fully appreciate how complicated that is. In the article, the interviewer asked me, and I said that if I were, I would just say it.
  • Eurasia ended up with the most domesticated animal species in part because it's the world's largest land mass and offered the most wild species to begin with.
  • I have nothing to do with opinions. I deal only with armed rebellion and its aiders and abettors.
  • I am afraid that people will think I re-illustrated 'The Little Prince,' when really, it was more a tribute to him as a dedicated pilot and a man who believed in the goodness of people.
  • In some way, people believe that if you are permeable, if you are a good listener, you don't have the quality of somebody with a firm attitude. This is what, fundamentally, I got from my mother.
  • I feel that a lot of sexy people never say that they are sexy.
  • I was never comfortable with the risk of climbing in the Himalayas, or the amount of time in idleness that is involved in the Everest expedition.
  • I certainly don't have any airs about myself.
  • I learned to stop looking on the Internet pretty early on.
  • I don't mind the rich getting richer, but the poor shouldn't be getting poorer, and there should be more people moving into the middle class.
  • That's one of the reasons why 'Lost' has to end: because we can't sit around and envision, 'What is the flashback for Jack in year nine?' It doesn't realistically exist.
  • I'm a guy who has problems with moderation. All or nothing. Binge and purge. Kill or be killed. Gray is not a color I wear well. I should be dead. I know that. I should not be successful. I know that too. My daily existence is a toss of the coin - one side, fear, the other side, gratitude.
  • I love Frank Sinatra. He is one of my biggest all-time idols.
  • In vain, without the Bible, we increase penal laws and draw entrenchments around our institutions.
  • I discovered 'Rite of Spring' when I was 21. As a matter of fact, not with orchestra first, because it was still a work which was not often performed. Don't forget that I was 19 in 1944, still the Occupation time. So it was performed slightly after the end of the war, in 1945.
  • I think it's very important for people to not judge the people you're playing. You have to find a way to love them because their story is theirs. I just don't think there would be any use in that.
  • I'd probably want to teach at university, because children would drive me insane. I suspect it would be English literature, Shakespeare and so forth. I've always been deeply, deeply in love with that kind of thing.
  • I didn't feel any remorse or sympathy if I injured a rival. I went over the top a few times but I never broke anyone's leg.
  • I like to roller skate. I have been roller skating since I was eight.
  • I love to eat cucumber sticks with yogurt. It's a great snack to have at home, especially when I'm having house guests.
  • It's wonderful to be in love. And it's definitely wonderful to cuddle and have sex and get to experience life with somebody. But it's OK if you don't find him and you're 24. You can find it someday.
  • I was making a lot of independent movies before the independent movement.
  • Under socialism all will govern in turn and will soon become accustomed to no one governing.
  • I've known several spies who have wanted to become novelists. And novelists who became spies, of course.
  • A lot of times, you feel like you're walking on eggshells in a creative environment, because everyone's having to watch out for egos so much of the time.
  • Unauthorized use of these MP3 files is really creating a problem for artists in the music community.
  • I've never seen a tornado and I've lived in Oklahoma City basically my whole life. It's not like we're infested with them on a continual basis. But you learn to live with the warnings. And you learn what to do if one is coming your way. And then you cross your fingers and make the best judgments you can.
  • For anything worth having one must pay the price; and the price is always work, patience, love, self-sacrifice - no paper currency, no promises to pay, but the gold of real service.
  • I did the occasional odd film, like Endless Love.
  • I was 22 years old when I asked Christ to come into my heart. You cannot be born a Christian; you can only be converted. And that is by putting your faith and trust in Christ.
  • England is so defined, the class system, your education. I think what was unique about the Canterbury scene.
  • I do accents. Sometimes when I've had a few drinks, I speak in different accents all night long, and then at the end of an evening someone will say to me, 'Seriously, where are you from?'
  • When I was a kid, I figured I would be a physicist when I grew up, and then I would write science fiction on the side. The physicist thing didn't pan out, but writing science fiction on the side did.
  • See that's a goal that I think it's very good in the debate to find out who the person is.
  • When I first started writing, I was living in England and I had that uniquely English sense of sarcasm, which has definitely seemed to have left me. I am a naturalized American and my sensibility has become far more American.
  • I would have loved to do 'Alice in Wonderland.' Being a 'Bond' girl would always be fun. We had a lot of action in 'Eclipse' and I'd definitely like to continue down the action road. I want to do a romantic period piece, but those are really hard to get made because they're very expensive and there's not a huge demographic.
  • I was involved in legislating dozens of laws, perhaps hundreds. But my glory didn't lie in legislative work, if there is any glory in it. The Israeli law books are full of laws that aren't enforced anyway.
  • I took back my life.
  • A mathematical theory is not to be considered complete until you have made it so clear that you can explain it to the first man whom you meet on the street.
  • I would rather exercise than read a newspaper.
  • I cried like a baby. When no one could see me or hear me. Not because I feared what cancer would do, but because I didn't want the disease. I wanted my life to be normal, which it could no longer be.
  • I don't have a problem with my body. I'm not just going to strip off all my clothing, but if the part calls for it and I don't think there's any way round, I'm absolutely fine.
  • One of the marvelous blessings of the Book of Mormon is that it contains, in clarity, revelations reserved to come forth in this dispensation of time. Much of the knowledge that we have relating to the principle of moral agency is found in these modern revelations.
  • I want to race as long as I'm having fun, it's competitive and healthy, and who knows when that, you know, date comes when that's not happening anymore.
  • I've been really lucky to play sort of a diverse array of characters over my relatively short career, although it feels really long.
  • Businesses need to define what they need so training providers can offer up the right training.