I Am Quotes

  • I always wondered if you clone your wife and have the cloned wife on the moon and the real wife down here, would that be considered cheating?
  • I am absolutely delighted to get back into football with Livingston.
  • I am afraid the Spanish American has not always a very strict regard for truth.
  • I think people get satisfaction from living for a cause that's greater than themselves. They want to leave an imprint. By writing books, I'm trying to do that in a modest way.
  • I am not interested in medals or titles. I don't need them. I need the love of the public and I fight for it.
  • For me, it's a great thing to tell people anything is possible. When I was 15, people told me 'You're not going to be a DJ.'
  • I always say that bad women are fewer than men, but when you get one, they're fascinating because they're so rotten.
  • I always wanted it, the fame. When it come, I didn't want to let it go.
  • The smart phone isn't a perfect device, as we all know. It forces the world into a tiny screen. It runs out of battery, bandwidth, and power. It distracts us from the world around us.
  • I always give a little talk before I sign books and ask for questions. I love the Q&A sessions. We have a lot of fun at my book signings. I make sure of that!
  • I've lost some friends. A lot of the girls.
  • I am still in shock and awe at being fired.
  • I have this idea that you can use glamour and still have it represent something that matters.
  • We need more extreme movies in Sweden. Personal projects that are necessarily made for a bigger audience. I think it creates a creative lock-up to have the audience as a goal.
  • Soap operas are like boot camps for film actors, so I really learned a lot. It was a masterclass in working for camera. I made myself watch myself every day. I would sort of try and be objective about it and critique myself a little. There's a lot more skill set than people realize in soap operas. They shoot, like, 35 scenes a day.
  • There is no reason for anybody to have an assault weapon.
  • I don't know, I'm literally the most awkward, socially strange person.
  • Age puzzles me. I thought it was a quiet time. My seventies were interesting and fairly serene, but my eighties are passionate. I grow more intense as I age.
  • The principle of asceticism never was, nor ever can be, consistently pursued by any living creature. Let but one tenth part of the inhabitants of the earth pursue it consistently, and in a day's time they will have turned it into a Hell.
  • I try to look at most of my solos as a musical piece within the song, not, say, showing off.
  • I am a believer that color affects people's moods.
  • Every liberal position is built on a fallacy.
  • I also think a Hot Mom is someone who can connect with what's current in her kids' world.
  • I always listen to music, my passion and vice is music, I will be denied access to heaven because of the number of CDs I own, and I have gluttony for all types and colours of music.
  • Kids aren't political, but around 10 years old, they are beginning to develop the moral grounding that might later, in their teens, develop into their first real political perspectives.
  • Ethanol is, in its pure form, just as much of a sham as oil.
  • I am my own sanctuary and I can be reborn as many times as I choose throughout my life.
  • If a man loves you... he's willing to profess it. He'll give you a title after a while. You're going to be his lady, his woman, his fiancee, his wife, his baby's mama, something.
  • I am most thankful to Almighty Providence for mercies received, and determined still to press the case into public notice as a token of gratitude.
  • I always thought that common sense would prevail. But on a game show, there is no common sense.
  • If we are to better the future we must disturb the present.
  • When I was in Mexico and started to dream in Spanish, I knew that was a good sign that I was learning the language. It was cool.
  • I was an online service provider. It's not my job to police what people are uploading. It's the job of the content owners, and the law is very clear. If you create content, and you want to protect your copyrights, you have to do the work.
  • As a mother, I'm constantly feeling like a failure.
  • I get to wake up every day and create music. And even when it's a tough moment as far as career ups and downs, it's always something you're passionate about, and it's a beautiful way to spend your life.
  • I always wanted to scuba dive. I used to scuba dive undercover like black Aquaman.
  • I think that's one thing about the entertainment industry: Athletes want to be actors, and musicians want to be actors, so it all kind of mixes nice together.
  • I always wanted kids but I always thought I'd have kids later on in my life, maybe when I turn 30. I really wanted to focus on my career, but you meet the right person and your whole world changes.
  • My family and high school friends were the only people who were with me every step of the way through my mothers' illness. They sat by my side year after year and consoled me. If they ever sent me a bill, I would be paying them off for the rest of my life.
  • I am a hardcore VH1 lover and always have this dream of featuring in an English music video of VH1.
  • For me, I need to fully immerse myself in a script to the point where I'm literally locking myself away for weeks at a time and I just write it. So I can write twelve to fifteen hours in a day, with breaks in between, obviously, but I need to just sort of live within the world of the script.
  • The album's not dead for me; I still buy vinyl albums.
  • The whole purpose of books is that we read them, and if you find you can't, it might not be your inadequacy that's to blame. 'Good' books can be pretty awful sometimes.
  • Tennis is more commercial these days.
  • I am not a natural dancer.
  • Don't Cry Daddy is a pretty sad song. He got to the end of it and it was just real quiet and Elvis says, I'm gonna cut that someday for my daddy. And, by God, he did. He lived up to his word.
  • In the book, I make the point that here we have string theory and here we have twistor theory and we don't know if either one of them is the right approach to nature.
  • I find it valuable to watch what I do. I like to know when I'm making a choice if it actually works or not.