Lot Quotes

  • I didn't do the 'Home And Away' thing.
  • I always love the smell of a bat and a glove, or a hockey puck in the winter time.
  • I just try to live my life and do my thing.
  • Fairness forces you - even when you're writing a piece highly critical of, say, genetically modified food, as I have done - to make sure you represent the other side as extensively and as accurately as you possibly can.
  • I'm not always 'Dominick Cruz, Tough Guy.' Depression runs in my bloodline.
  • I don't want to get pretentious, but there's an art to doing sitcoms; you have to make it work in that format.
  • Every second is mapped out and he has this total childish fascination with color and shapes and sequences.
  • There is something magical about that green coat. I mean that sincerely. It's a very special week, and being able to wear that green jacket. It's made my whole career. It's special.
  • People tweet before they think, and it becomes obsessive.
  • We live in an age of great jitteriness in the financial markets. And there's no doubt at all, I think, that the volume of computer-traded stocks has helped contribute to that.
  • I would like to see America some day.
  • A lot of my favorite movies come from nuggets of truth.
  • I firmly believe that any man's finest hour, the greatest fulfillment of all that he holds dear, is that moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle - victorious.
  • It was a melting pot in Las Vegas. You got every age level, every ethnic background, every social aura - it was an absolute Americana audience... people who were there to celebrate occasions; people who were there to gamble; people who were there because they were awed by the whole Vegas operation. Tourists.
  • I did an adaptation for a movie called 'The Devil in the White City' by Erik Larson for Warner Brothers. I love that book.
  • Good composition is like a suspension bridge - each line adds strength and takes none away.
  • At intervals between the songs, more especially after the trances have begun, the dancers unclasp hands and sit down to smoke or talk for a few minutes.
  • I'd be a liar if I said I had a normal family.
  • Anything that confirms for me the transitory nature of reality isn't bad. It's a good lesson in human hubris.
  • I play Dr. Karen Boyer in 'Spies Like Us.' She's strong, intelligent and dedicated and just happens to be beautiful.
  • Consumerism is so weird. It's a sort of conspiracy we collude in. You'd think shoppers spending their hard-earned cash would be highly critical. You know that the manufacturers are trying to have you on.
  • I think, head up and shoulders back. Not only does it make you look taller and thinner but it gives you confidence and boosts your self-esteem.
  • I mean, price is price. It's just where you want to spend your money.
  • A lot of people have tried to put labels on me, but right now I'm focused on being Kristi Noem and getting my message out to South Dakotans.
  • There are different people who got me into music, but what I liked about Beethoven is that even when I didn't understand it or it was too long, there's still something about it that drove me to it. Then it got me excited about actually learning music, like a theory of it.
  • A lot of show business, as you know, is about all the contacts you make and who you know.
  • If I'm around a boy I have a crush on, I can't even talk most of the time.
  • I think I was born to be a clown. I just haven't figured out how to bring that side of myself into the world of filmmaking. It's much more comfortable for me to cry on a film set than it is to tell a joke.
  • The past is an old armchair in the attic, the present an ominous ticking sound, and the future is anybody's guess.
  • This is going to sound really sad, but I didn't really have any heartthrobs when I was growing up. I was a bit of a geek.
  • A lot of men are very possessive and they want to control you. But as you grow older, you attract people who are on your wavelength and who understand who you are.
  • Taking me seriously is a big mistake. I certainly wouldn't.
  • Every single person that spent a few bucks to buy a book that I wrote deserves a big thank you from my whole family.
  • I feel like there should be more black head coaches.
  • A lot of my friends tried to talk me out of running.
  • I favor the extension of the middle-class tax cuts because in a recession they're stimulative and they help with demand.
  • In e-commerce, your prices have to be better because the consumer has to take a leap of faith in your product.
  • I was going to move to New York after college and had no interest in pilot season. I'd seen what happened on TV shows because of my dad, and I didn't want to open myself up to that. But 'Pretty Little Liars' had a very early audition, and my agents encouraged me to go even though I didn't think it would be my thing.
  • A lot of the time, you're supposed to play to the top of your intelligence, as truthful as possible. But when you're on stage making people laugh, you're still acting. I think it helped me a bunch to go on stage two or three times a week.
  • Man is to man either a god or a wolf.
  • I certainly couldn't run a big country house, nor could I organize the greatest show on earth.
  • I'm completely lacking any sense of religious belief, but I am superstitious.
  • I feel at home in Scotland and go back whenever I can. I've played the Edinburgh Festival twice, and I get the train across the Forth Bridge to Lochgelly, just to see it.
  • The issue of what my role in the - in persuading the Bush administration to go to war has been greatly exaggerated.
  • I envy my daughter's childhood.
  • Being dead is being weak and walled off.
  • I do look forward to doing things in the future that I haven't done before. Do you know what I have always dreamt about? Playing a serial killer!
  • I look at this game from a different perspective.