Maybe Quotes

  • Growing up with my dad, whenever I wanted to try something, he would let me try it but he wouldn't let me give up on it. If soccer was too tough and I said, 'I'm going to quit,' he'd be like, 'No, you're going to try everything and keep going at it.'
  • Just as there is nothing between the admirable omelet and the intolerable, so with autobiography.
  • I've worked really hard, but it's definitely not been easy.
  • It's like, it's up to the people to fall in love with the song. The record company can only do so much.
  • It's mainly a few elite women who benefit greatly from standing with the forces that keep women down.
  • I have won 85 caps and have had a great career with Wales and have enjoyed every minute of it.
  • For me, as an actress, being a dancer has helped me. I've done it with my feet bloody.
  • I'm not a president. They love me. All my people are with me; they love me all. They will die to protect me, my people.
  • But even in the Christian religion, much of its real meaning is hidden by words that are misleading and symbols that but few understand.
  • If I have time to exercise, I do it, but I don't fixate on numbers like weight or waist size. Numbers don't work for me.
  • I was apprehensive about bringing off this Homer.
  • It meant as much to me as winning the Oscar.
  • As hard as I try to sound tough and dark, I still sound cute.
  • The problem with Microsoft is that it's so committee-driven and slow.
  • It's just that to a lot of British people George Bush represents the worst of all things American. He's the right-wing Christian crusader, the toxic Texan who refused Kyoto, the poll-cheat eel who undermined democracy on the back of something called 'chads,' a notion we've never entirely grasped.
  • I've always enjoyed the enthusiasm of the best studio musicians and, over the years, have collected so many inspired contributions from them.
  • It's kind of like I won a gold medal with my family.
  • There are numerous cases of that, where one of our writers discovers another writer whom he likes, and we then take that book on. So it's a very close relationship. We can do that because we're so small.
  • I was 9 years old, and this was - well, whenever it was, they paid a thousand bucks. I thought I was going to be rich forever! But I had no thought I would be an actor at that point.
  • There's so much with my character in 'Dredd' that I identify with. She's my favorite character I think I've ever played. She's the most dynamic and fascinating woman that I could even imagine playing, so I love her. What I love about her is that her sensitivity is her greatest strength.
  • Our decade of change has unleashed the ingenuity, creativity, and character of the most extraordinary people in the world - the people of this state, who come from every corner of the globe.
  • From an acting standpoint, you've got to continue to trust your gut because, ultimately, only that will result in a better product, making the audience more happy and resulting in the right payoff.
  • I started in the restaurant business at the age of 19 as a waitress. I loved the atmosphere and the camaraderie of the restaurant business. I loved not having to go to an office. I loved making people happy.
  • I drove an orange Camaro and dated a cheerleader. Life was good.
  • It's kind of like some kind of church for me, playing live. Each show, good people from different pockets of the world come and open their soul and let their spirits mingle and dance. That energy comes up through me, and all I do is channel it; it's like a circular motion and very sacred.
  • It's like there's the rest of the world, and then there's America. Part of the reason I would really love continue to making music over here because so much of American music has inspired me, whether it's Jeff Buckley, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen.
  • I think people like to see a little larceny in their heroes.
  • It's just not a good idea to drink and drive; that is just common sense. But common sense is not that common!
  • The greatest hockey player who ever lived: Bobby Orr, and I love him.
  • If the script is telling the story well, that is your inspiration, and you do not need to go somewhere else.
  • I would do nearly anything for a laugh, to tell the truth. And I'm a particular favourite with young men with earrings.
  • But for us Democrats, Obamacare is a badge of honor. Because no matter who you are, what stage of life you're in, this law is a good thing.
  • A lot of journalists give me a hard time about how I look, but I've never met a journalist I'd rather look like.
  • I would like my architecture to inspire people to use their own resources, to move into the future.
  • I don't have a good work ethic. I have a real casual relationship with hours.
  • Use visual cues to prompt yourself to put away more. A photograph of the beach house where you and your husband can envision spending your retirement will remind you to bump up the contribution to your 401(k); a snapshot of your child in a college sweatshirt can encourage you to put more into a 529 college savings plan.
  • I've learned a tremendous amount over the years by watching designers work. I now have a good understanding of what sits well on the body, not to mention the importance of a great cut and quality.
  • People think about autism as something with kids. Well, those kids grow up.
  • I was two and a half and my folks would put it on the record player and I would run around the house screaming, but I haven't been that hip since.
  • We live from day to day and get as much joy out of experiencing as we can.
  • My wife and I have many friends that are gay, and we welcome LGBT people to attend our church.
  • I won't leave any unfinished manuscripts.
  • New Orleans is kind of dark in a very beautiful way.
  • It's like being involved in a detective story, looking for that thing that nobody else has found.
  • No plan can prevent a stupid person from doing the wrong thing in the wrong place at the wrong time - but a good plan should keep a concentration from forming.
  • It's just that if you're not disruptive everything seems to be repeated endlessly - not so much the good things but the bland things - the ordinary things - the weaker things get repeated- the stronger things get suppressed and held down and hidden.
  • It's legendary how architectural lectures can be incredibly boring.
  • We need to leave to the market and society what they can do well.