I Am Quotes

  • Literature is the art of discovering something extraordinary about ordinary people, and saying with ordinary words something extraordinary.
  • Friends often tell me how much their grandchildren enjoy 'Are You Being Served?' It doesn't matter that they were not even born when it was broadcast, or that they belong to a very different world.
  • I am and will remain a tax resident in France and in this regard I will, like all French people, fulfill my fiscal obligations.
  • I am dancing all the time. Every gesture, the body line of every pose, the way I get from place to place, the movement in the acting - none of it would be the way it is if I weren't a dancer.
  • There are two ways to worry words. One is hoping for the greatest possible beauty in what is created. The other is to tell the truth.
  • I am extremely honoured to be the Defence Secretary, and I would not do the job if I did not think that I could make a useful contribution in the role.
  • I am not a Hispanic candidate. I am an American candidate who happens to be of Hispanic heritage, who understands the culture, who has worked the border and has a unique understanding of those issues. But rest assured my job is to represent all Americans as a U.S. senator.
  • I am a gentleman. My natural inclination is to be on my best behavior.
  • I always tried to play my hunches.
  • Champions are not the ones who always win races - champions are the ones who get out there and try. And try harder the next time. And even harder the next time. 'Champion' is a state of mind. They are devoted. They compete to best themselves as much if not more than they compete to best others. Champions are not just athletes.
  • I am more of a suspense writer. A mystery writer solves mysteries. I am a 'high suspense' writer.
  • I always want to make my records sound great so they'll stand the test of time, and that takes a lot of work.
  • Characteristics of a popular politician: a horrible voice, bad breeding, and a vulgar manner.
  • Defeat furnishes good material to the poets and the artists, but none of us care to have the glory of the conquered apply to us.
  • What's fulfilling is being happy and being able to help other people. The simple things.
  • I have always had a dream to take part in an Olympic Games, and losing my leg didn't change anything.
  • I am all in favor of growing the American economy and engaging in trade with the world, but not at the expense of American workers. The North American Free Trade Agreement is a perfect example of this. Ask the textile workers of North Carolina how NAFTA worked out for them - if you can find any.
  • I am a fortunate man in that all three of my daughters are exceptional. Very high beings, very smart people, very wonderful and very brilliant, very beautiful. They're all artists.
  • I always try to have a vacation.
  • The combination of a workable basic formula and the capacity to improve over time is what one hopes for in any aspect of society: business, government, the non-profit sector.
  • I love Calvin Klein underwear. That's the only kind of underwear I wear.
  • My folks always let me go to the movies every Saturday. We were really motion-picture goers.
  • I'll tell you this about the Oscars - they're real.
  • I love to act. I want to be doing this forever, and I love to learn from people who I think are better.
  • Puppets seem like vampires sometimes. They live, and you're depleted.
  • No other country in the world gives protection like that, but it is not absolute protection. People sometimes meet that high burden and win libel suits, and in those cases I think they ought to win.
  • I am just so appreciative of God's love. It's higher than any mountain, wider than any ocean, and wider than the whole universe. His love is just that amazing!
  • I was born in Seoul, South Korea; then I moved to New York City at the age of seventeen. In New York, I studied art and photography. I thought I would be a painter; then I saw Walker Evans when I was in college, and that had a great impact on me. Being in the darkroom making B&W prints was such a magical experience.
  • I am a complete mother's boy. I try to do everything with honour, respect and grace because the last thing I would want to do is hurt her.
  • I am not a member of any organization listed by the Attorney General as subversive. In any instance where I lent my name in the past, it was certainly without knowledge that such an organization was subversive. I have always been essentially and foremost an American.
  • At 21, there's lots more room there, plenty of things to improve on as you get older.
  • I know hockey is growing in the U.S., and it's becoming more popular, but anything to get the game out there and see how we view it. We view it as the best game in the world.
  • I am a member of the London Library, and on almost every single job I do, there is some benefit to be had in going there and pulling two or three books off the shelves.
  • When I play, I very quickly put myself into a light hypnotic trance and compose while playing, drawing directly from the emotions.
  • I am a woman, I am a housewife, I am a government official, I've been twice a government secretary, I've been leader of a parliamentary group, I am an economist.
  • I am a Bay Area guy, no question.
  • Almost as soon as it aired, 'Late Night' became one of the most buzzed-about shows on television.
  • For so many filmmakers, cinema is a means to an end.
  • To customers, it's the shirt that matters, not where it's made.
  • I always used to say hybrids would rule the world - people who have an understanding of many cultures and can relate to them with ease. And then along came Obama.
  • Charleston has something for everyone, rain or shine. Its architecture is unparalleled. Carriage rides are great for seeing the city and hearing the history behind certain houses and the area.
  • I am better at my job for being a mother and vice versa.
  • The Jungian view of drama would be that it affects all of our imaginations and somehow taps into our hidden, ancient, primordial memories.
  • I am more on the side of humans than robots.
  • It's taken me longer still to realize what a short span there is between those life experiences and the rest of your life. That's a job for the people who lived through it.
  • I am a student of stupidity. I am a political reporter.
  • I was a pretty good imitator of Roy Acuff, but then I found out they already had a Roy Acuff, so I started singin' like myself.
  • I'm really looking forward to playing in Copenhagen again. Last time I stayed as long as I could, took pictures, signed autographs, and hung out until they through me out of the place!