Man Quotes

  • I don't think I ever worked harder at any match during my career to get runs as I did then, nor did I ever have to face in one game such consistently fast bowlers as the Australian pair, Gregory and McDonald.
  • It's easier to be the granddaughter of an icon than her daughter.
  • Sex is a part of love. You shouldn't go around doing it unless you are in love.
  • Computer hackers do not need to know each other's real names, or even live on the same continent, to steal millions in mere hours.
  • Of course we are coming to invest in Germany - that is certain. Most airplanes in the fleet of Qatar Airways are from Airbus.
  • In 83 I thought we were going to go all the way. We had Roy Smalley, and Steve King, and good players.
  • I'm really interested in fashion journalism.
  • I've always found it not only easy, but enjoyable. It's necessary for us to reach out and I'm speaking for myself here. I certainly have a sense of responsibility to reach out to these people in the theatre who might look to someone like me for some guidance.
  • A manager gets in the Hall of Fame by what his players have done for him.
  • In electronic music, staying behind your laptop for two hours is not too exciting to watch.
  • I always say that when I was a kid, I only played with the Darth Vadar and Storm Trooper action figures. I gravitated toward the villains. I think it's a common thing.
  • Toys are put on this Earth to be played with by a child.
  • A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.
  • Administrator McCarthy committed perjury and made several false statements at multiple congressional hearings and as a result, is guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors - an impeachable offense.
  • Talent will come out.
  • I write with humour about sadness, to introduce an element of sweet to the sour, a bit like Turkish food.
  • The minute you humiliate people, you've lost them for life.
  • Talent is nothing but a prolonged period of attention and a shortened period of mental assimilation.
  • Sometimes it just feels like the only thing you do is play hockey and eat.
  • For me, an ideal novel is a dialogue between writer and reader, both a collaborative experience and an intimate exchange of emotions and ideas. The reader just might be the most powerful tool in a writer's arsenal.
  • As long as my pictures go into theaters and we ask people to pay to see what I do on the screen, I should not object if customers want to know what kind of man I am.
  • If you want, you can have a coffin made out of cardboard or wicker or papier mache. There's one like a seed pod, or you could buy one that doubles as both a bookcase and a coffin. During your life, you stand it in your living room, and then after you die, the books are taken out and your body put in their place and the whole thing buried.
  • A man who lives, not by what he loves but what he hates, is a sick man.
  • Those that don't believe how small my work is should just come along and see it for themselves.
  • I was trained to be loud, passionate, direct. I didn't realize for the longest time I was intimidating.
  • I had a great teacher who was really encouraging and said I should go to Central Saint Martins. So I worked my socks off, and I managed to get a place there. It was there that I developed a real love for design.
  • Talent will only take you so far, and it is your ability to feel the music and explore a movement that will bring you the greatest pleasure in dance.
  • I work with nature, although in completely new terms.
  • I was raised on Long Island. There were a lot of cops and firefighters who lived there.
  • The whole point of social media is continuity and continual engagement.
  • It wasn't until 'Smokey Joe's' came out that I actually got to step out from behind the curtain and meet our 'fans.'
  • My show in Egypt was called, 'The Show,' or, 'Al Bernameg' in Arabic. Basically, it was a political satire show. It started on Internet by three, four-minute episodes, and then it evolved into a live show in a theater, which was something that was unprecedented in the Arab world.
  • It is easy enough to say that poverty is no crime. No; if it were men wouldn't be ashamed of it. It is a blunder, though, and is punished as such. A poor man is despised the whole world over.
  • My mission is to eradicate poverty.
  • An actor will use every piece of information at their disposal, or a good actor will.
  • An America that inspires hope in its ideals must complement an America that inspires awe in its strength.
  • Every painful consequence of sin is a part of the punishment meted out for sin.
  • A man of genius makes no mistakes; his errors are volitional and are the portals of discovery.
  • But I think theatre in a repressive society is an immensely exciting event and theatre in a luxurious old, affluent old society like ours is an entertaining event.
  • For us, from Korea's perspective, China is the number one investment destination as well as number one trading partner.
  • The feeling of accomplishment welled up inside of me, three Olympic gold medals. I knew that was something nobody could ever take away from me, ever.
  • It appears that PepsiCo views structural change as a sign of weakness, an admission of failure, and an untenable break with past traditions.
  • I'm about to read Scott Turow's 'Innocent.' I've been hungry for this book since he first told me it was in the works. I'm a serious Turow fan.
  • I was training in Gleason's Gym on 30th and 8th Avenue, where it was the Mecca of boxing, and a guy walked in who couldn't rub two quarters together and said, 'Did you ever think of being on TV?' And somehow I ended up in 'Taxi,' which is the craziest thing of all.
  • Are there challenges? Absolutely. But in aggregate, this is a very strong and valuable company.
  • Your man Daddy Yankee, some black and white people who know what's going on in the 'hood and the clubs are supporting him and loving him. But he's speaking Spanish, and he's speaking directly to the Latino people, and the people who know the language really dig it.
  • Life doesn't just happen; it's constructed through the history of power. And that's something I am interested in and so is the art world: a world that's trying to engage socially, with a leftist slant, to work out how we got here.
  • In real life I'm very low-key. A wallflower. One of the reasons I went into comedy and acting was that I was sick of being shy.