Last Quotes

  • I always had the theory that if you have a dream, chase it. And I'm chasing it.
  • I've always looked up to Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey for their outstanding vocal performances. I've always been inspired by them.
  • We filed a constitutional rights lawsuit on my reservation, and I had to go out and interview all these old people. And I found that many of the old people on my reservation didn't know who was president. That kind of pointed out to me the irrelevance at times of who is in Washington.
  • Cinema is still a very young art form with extraordinary techniques and very impressive special effects but sometimes it seems the soul has been taken out of things.
  • Now that I've moved to Mumbai, I should perhaps get a horse. It'll be a nice escape from my everyday life.
  • I hear the Sophie Giraffe is great for teething. Another thing I really love right now is the Moby Baby Carrier. To me, it seems like a natural way to hold the baby close to you. I also love the burp cloths, bibs, and swaddle blankets from Aden and Anais. Their stuff is organic and pure.
  • If we pursue organic farming as our healthy food style, we can bring down cost of treatment to a great extent.
  • Breaking up is a natural evolution when you try to figure out what you want in life. If you're with an individual who isn't moving in the same direction and at the same rate that you are, it ain't going to work.
  • I'm helping launch the new Milky Way Chocolate Ice Cream Bar. I play an astrophysicist on television, and the name of the bar is Milky Way, so put two and two together, and here I am.
  • And I think for me there's a lot of neurosis involved with where you should be or thinking about where you are all the time instead of being where you are.
  • When I finish a film, I put it away and I never look at it again.
  • What comes next? Super Mario 128? Actually, that's what I want to do.
  • The farm women are extremely well organized and are bound to be heard from.
  • Opening up is something I have to learn how to do if I'm going to be in this business.
  • Time is the currency - the highest valued currency we have now. And people giving you their time is so incredible. They don't have to like your book, either. That's a totally separate gift.
  • I don't know what makes someone hip. The goal is artist achievement and the best work we can do with no limitation.
  • Parents are in denial a lot of the time - everybody knows what they did as a teenager, but somehow, when they grow up, it all disappears.
  • My mother always gives the best advice. When I left Puerto Rico to pursue my dreams, she always supported me and said to me, 'I'm never going to cut your wings, so don't let anyone else do that to you.' That has been my philosophy through life. I want to share that valuable lesson with my little girl someday.
  • To be honest, I am completely natural. I have nothing in my face or anything. I wear sunscreen, and I don't smoke. I take care of myself and I'm very proud to say that.
  • Human rights, no matter whom they affect, are something that should matter to all of us. It's always been a part of my life.
  • It would be a disappointment for me to take a job, as often happens, having to shoot out-of-town and not where I live.
  • The weekend brought good news for our friends in the cattle industry. At long last, Japan has taken the steps needed for American beef to make its way back into the Japanese market.
  • Thus, the Archivist must display at all times scrupulous independence and a devotion to the laws and principles which govern the responsibilities of the office.
  • The way I wanted to write it, is with a hero, or sort of a pure character who was the protagonist. And the antagonists were these demonic evil children, cause when you're a kid, seven or eight years old, and you're looking at the world around you - everything seems black or white, good or bad.
  • I think of my life as a journey, and I'm still on it.
  • America's strength has made it a sort of Gulliver in world affairs: By wiggling its toes it can, often inadvertently, break the arm of a Lilliputian.
  • Every individual has his own style, his own way of presenting himself on and off the field.
  • The great moral powers of the soul are faith, hope, and love.
  • If you're nasty to me in my place of business, I'm going to be really nasty back.
  • There is a pent-up demand from people who want to clone their dead children.
  • We learned the value of research in World War II.
  • All I can say is that I'm going to try to coach the way I've coached in the past. And if it ends up not being good enough, then so be it.
  • Successful people breed success.
  • My own path towards wellness has been a long and dynamic one. It's taught me that healing from the inside out takes time and there can be great value in various sources of guidance.
  • Let me pose you a question. Can farm-raised salmon be organic when its feed has nothing to do with its natural diet, even if the feed itself is supposedly organic, and the fish themselves are packed tightly in pens, swimming in their own filth?
  • Good judgment comes from experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment.
  • Success without honor is an unseasoned dish; it will satisfy your hunger, but it won't taste good.
  • I believe that I'm going to have a Grammy.
  • But I love to be outdoors. I prefer being outdoors to, you know, being inside.
  • I'd always thought that, in all the great sci-fi constructs, there's always the guy who seems like he's the commander, but then you reveal that there's an even bigger puppet master up above and beyond him.
  • I feel I should be trying to complete my life, whatever 'completing a life' means.
  • Kiss is a Fourth of July fireworks show with a backbeat.
  • I think maybe I was a shepherdess in a past life.
  • For me, the acting part - and I have to say it makes me a little worried about my own psychological make-up - is that I just love to hide in other characters. I don't like to get up in front of people and talk as Kathy Baker. But as soon as you say 'action,' I'm lost in that character.
  • The work itself is what motivates me. I like my own stuff, you know? I like the way it looks. I do it to please myself first.
  • If you shoot with a billion cameras, then there's no perspective. You want to use one shot at a time, so it's better to discover what that is before you shoot, rather than trying to make something in the cutting room, and then it just becomes generic.
  • My belief is that no movie, nothing in life, leaves people neutral. You either leave them up or you leave them down.
  • Finally, there's a sense in which I look at this Westminster village and London intelligentsia as an outsider.