I Think Quotes

  • I think absolute honesty may not be what we want. I mean, 'My goodness, you look ugly this morning.' Perhaps that's not necessary.
  • My happiest moment is the day they call wrap and I'm free. I'm not looking back.
  • I hate the photo shoots. I hate all that stuff.
  • Mohammed was not an apparent failure. He was a dazzling success, politically as well as spiritually, and Islam went from strength to strength to strength.
  • Be willing to take on career risks.
  • I started coming up to New York at age 17. There was a girl I met over the summer somewhere; I was chasing her. I would drive up to D.C., where I had made some friends, which was about four hours away, and we would take the bus up to New York.
  • Everybody's for democracy in principle. It's only in practice that the thing gives rise to stiff objections.
  • When I visited Chechnya, I was taken aback at first because people would regularly make jokes about kidnapping me.
  • I tire of franchises, remakes, and endless sequels.
  • As a test cricket lover, and as a cricket lover, I like all forms of the game.
  • I started out young and idealistic, and it was all about social justice and fair distribution of resources. I didn't understand why everybody couldn't be equally prosperous.
  • I feel like music and design complete the idea of each other for me. So, it's like whatever I'm trying to express in one really can't be fully expressed without the other. I've always seen them as the flipside of a coin and bounced back and forth.
  • I think editors have to come out of a certain kind of community.
  • I started taking pictures when I was around 10, so I have been inadvertently been training my eye for it for years. Traveling gave me a ton of practice as well, and the ability, once you learn to properly manipulate and capture light and freeze any moment in time for safe keeping, has always fascinated me.
  • I think some people see me as being some kind of lovable, bumbling buffoon, and I'm actually quite mouthy and sharp, and that doesn't compute.
  • I think the governors would all agree that what we don't want from the federal government is unfunded mandates.
  • I started off as an actor thinking that I would be this Romeo, this dashing leading man. It turns out that I'm a character actor.
  • I had a paper round and every night I would put the dinner on before Mum came home from work. I was capable because I had to be.
  • I spent my entire childhood observing people. I still do.
  • I spent a lot of years just learning my craft and falling down in front of the camera.
  • Freud was just a novelist.
  • The language of the moment or, as it were, the language of the order in which we live, is the image. I felt that if I wanted to commune with the public, I should best do so through the language of image. It's a conscious embrace of a contradiction.
  • I discovered and fell in love with skiing long before I started to climb. Skiing was really my first calling. As a kid, I grew up skiing in jeans in Minnesota.
  • It is not the oath that makes us believe the man, but the man the oath.
  • A lot of people say to me, 'Is this good, to do to a Shakespeare piece?' And I think, 'You know, 'West Side Story' did it very cleverly, in a different way.' But if you look at 'Bonnie and Clyde,' 'Titanic,' 'Avatar,' 'Grease,' 'Brokeback Mountain'... they're all 'Romeo and Juliet' stories.
  • We should work to guarantee that there is a midwife or health worker by every woman's side during childbirth.
  • I didn't have this feeling that I should be a leading actor in the cinema. And I wouldn't want the responsibility of the opening weekend.
  • Every culture has contributed to maths just as it has contributed to literature. It's a universal language; numbers belong to everyone.
  • I still lie awake at night thinking about everything that could have been, that wasn't done to stop 9/11. To the 9/11 families, I said, you deserve better from your entire government. All of us.
  • In playoff football, you've got to be physical. You've got to run the ball.
  • I was obsessed with Val McDermid's Tony Hill and Carol Jordan books, delightfully twisted stuff.
  • I take it that a successful therapy is an oxymoron.
  • I started working with Timely in 1946. Stan Lee hired me.
  • I spent my boyhood behind the barbed wire fences of American internment camps and that part of my life is something that I wanted to share with more people.
  • How have I lived so long? I never worried. In the '20s, there were millions of men out of work. You couldn't get a job anywhere. I wasn't worried.
  • I think it's really good that you have great competition among news networks, and for that matter all the networks in general. It's bringing more and more people in to watching the news.
  • I started my first company when I was in my college dorm as a senior with two of my really good friends. We started a company that became SparkNotes.com. You know CliffsNotes? SparkNotes is a modern-day version of that.
  • I still have to audition for most things.
  • I grew up playing in rock bands while I was listening to rap records. I like a lot of stuff.
  • Oh, I have very limited will power. I wish I could change that. I am working on it, though. I am too easygoing.
  • I started with the Oakland A's back in 1971 and there was press at every game and there were cameras on me when I was that young. So with 20 years being MC Hammer, I'm comfortable with cameras so when the camera goes on, I continue doing what I'm doing.
  • I don't think that when Zionism began there was a claim that we were losing - even in part - our capacity to contribute to other peoples.
  • I have always argued that change becomes stressful and overwhelming only when you've lost any sense of the constancy of your life. You need firm ground to stand on. From there, you can deal with that change.
  • Atheists in our midst are proof that all consciences can be accommodated here, even those that have no ground for holding that conscience is sacred, inalienable, and prior to civil society.
  • I think computing power is ready to do 3D justice. It was great for shooters and racing games in the past, but I didn't think it was right for strategy games.
  • Always carry a notebook. And I mean always. The short-term memory only retains information for three minutes; unless it is committed to paper you can lose an idea for ever.
  • I never like to be the same, whether it be comedy or drama, funny or serious.
  • The pure connecting factor is that those of us who describe ourselves as feminists want equal rights for all people.