Horse Quotes

  • I don't know about relationships. Maybe I'm supposed to travel and make films and meet people and have adventures instead.
  • From the beginning, when I first got an idea for a story and wondered if I could write it, it has always been the story that has driven me.
  • I loved doing My Favorite Year, which was great fun, and The Ruling Class, which I made with all my chums.
  • Everything I ever will be is because of Texas A&M University.
  • A huge part of making something work is getting along with people you work with. You want them to succeed; you want them to bring their ideas to life as much as possible.
  • Between good sense and good taste there lies the difference between a cause and its effect.
  • The notion of time bothers me. You look at thirty-year-old photographs and realize how the time has passed.
  • Singapore is a pretty special race with it being held at night; it makes a great show for the fans.
  • With twelve horse power at our command, we considered that we could permit the weight of the machine with operator to rise to 750 or 800 pounds, and still have as much surplus power as we had originally allowed for in the first estimate of 550 pounds.
  • Certainly when, you know, you put a lot of creative people together, there's ego and tension and all that stuff comes into play. But on the flip side, there's a lot of camaraderie and closeness.
  • To be honest, when you're running a series and you have an open end, you don't want to limit yourself too much with the choices you've got for a particular character.
  • If all men are born free, how is it that all women are born slaves?
  • What happened with Brexit was people taking back control.
  • I think the most effective forms of critique are ones that establish a common ground for people to occupy, and then appeal to the best nature of people on that common ground.
  • I'm for everyone having the opportunity to accept a $150,000 bribe.
  • I had that thing of wanting to prove I was a tough kid.
  • Grinch had so many people in make up - virtually everybody. We had about 100 people a day for five months. And every day we would use 100 sets of appliances.
  • It's a place where I could do something on a weekly basis and see if I like it.
  • Well, Eminem, you know, I know him longer. Ive been signed to his label since 2001 and he's a good friend.
  • I probably did pack a lifetime's work into the 1980s.
  • Jewellery is a great way to take your look from day to night.
  • Life itself is a quotation.
  • What we've seen this season is that if something that will enhance performance is available, some players will indulge... unless the penalty is an absolute deterrent.
  • In the long run all producers are forced to use the most efficient methods or give place to others who do.
  • If you take away print and embroidery, you have to challenge yourself a bit more on the cut.
  • But as coaches, we need to get a little more fire and passion and be more demanding that our guys get the job done. I think players will respond to that, and we'll see.
  • And you know, almost in a perverse way, I wish it had been undue influence because we know how to correct that. We get rid of the people who, in fact, were exercising that.
  • I'm paying more taxes inside my company and personally than I'll ever receive from Congress.
  • I was raised in Hollywood and knew, from as early as grammar school, classmates who were in the business.
  • I want to do everything and beyond. I want to create impact.
  • Sometimes, I'll hear from other writers or folks in the publishing industry that my books are rule-breakers, which I take as a compliment.
  • It's important to know what motivates you, not what motivates somebody else.
  • A leaf fluttered in through the window this morning, as if supported by the rays of the sun, a bird settled on the fire escape, joy in the task of coffee, joy accompanied me as I walked.
  • I like to be firm. But it is easier to be nice than to be nasty.
  • I like to do little obsessed losers, or people who are in over their head, or people who are trying to figure stuff out, or guys whose girlfriends leave them and they don't quite get it. Guys who just don't quite get it.
  • In high school, girls started wearing high-waisted pants with their shirts tucked into them. I don't get what that's about.
  • Graffiti is linear, and it's done with a pencil, and it's like writing on walls.
  • What SAT tutoring does is it invisibly alters the admissions pool so a school could try to be as egalitarian as they can, but if a student is SAT-tutored, and their score goes up 200 points in a year, and the college admissions committee has no idea that the student got tutored, all of a sudden it's shifting the pool back toward old money.
  • Don't be afraid to express yourself through fashion!
  • I have run large organizations, I know what it takes to create a healthy business climate, and I have more experience than Jerry Brown doing that. So it'll be a stark contrast, a career politician vs. someone who has met a payroll, gotten a return on investment, knows how to use technology to do more with less.
  • I enjoy playing for the Arizona Cardinals, and I want to continue to play here and try to win.
  • One area where the state can be more effective in addressing the doctor shortage is to focus on making sure that Arizona is a friendly environment for doctors and those wishing to practice medicine.
  • I get recognized now and again, but the paparazzi aren't following me around.
  • Tradition has made women cowardly.
  • After saying yes to Turkey, the EU is having difficulty finding clear and consistent grounds for saying no to other, still more remote candidates - but being in the general vicinity of Europe does seem to be a continuing requirement.
  • Math just wasn't my favorite. I didn't get how important math is and how it relates to real life. That's why I think I was turned off to it. Once I got down arithmetic and a little bit of algebra, I think I checked out. As I've gotten older, I think there's a lot more relation to math. English was my favorite subject.
  • 'Homeward Bound.' I find myself listening to that tune a lot when I'm traveling. Sitting in a railway station, wanting to go home, carrying all your stuff with you.
  • But more importantly, I think he remembered how very close I was with my own dad, who had died in 1997.