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  • It's better to have tried and failed than never tried, you can rest easy knowing you gave it a go.
  • A story shared back and forth is just about the most perfect symbiotic gift. It's a bit like love. No, it's a lot like love.
  • All four of my grandparents were educators, my mom was a school nurse, and I went through the public school system.
  • I visited England immediately after I finished writing 'The Marrying Season,' before any editing or revisions.
  • The self-driving car is coming. And right now, our best supply of organs come from car accidents... Once we have self-driving cars, we can actually reduce the number of accidents, but the next problem then would be organ replacement.
  • Music is more than just listening to it. People use the music for them protection at times.
  • We all end up at least somewhat like our parents, especially in the way we deal with our children.
  • I refuse to be molded into some stereotypical ballplayer that has no interests, really, no life, no depth, no intelligence.
  • The USA have recently done well in the Olympics and the Youth World Cup. So I think there will be some good young players available in the future, and not too expensive which is important to the club.
  • I used to love Bach.
  • I was lucky to have been born with cheekbones.
  • I think the dangers are different now. Our abuse of the planet and our resources is an anxiety.
  • I look cooking! Particularly pad thai.
  • I thought Jimi Hendrix... was just phenomenal.
  • I was always an observer, even as a child. I could be satisfied to sit in a car for 3 hours and just look at the street go by while my mother went shopping.
  • I've spent a lot of time in L.A. and I love it. A lot of Brits can't stand the place, but I like the West Coast attitude and the way people celebrate success.
  • Balthazar has a great New York vibe with the accent of a Parisian brasserie. I usually have the corned beef hash with a fried egg on top and wash it all down with Krug Champagne.
  • It was this weird confrontation of these two delicious flavors that got me consciously or subconsciously combining Lincoln and vampires as an observational in-joke with myself.
  • Terry's mother worked in the film industry for many years. She always wanted him to marry an actress.
  • You learn more about life from watching 'Big Brother' than from reading a book.
  • People think being Elvira is a lot of fun - and it is - but I was doing a lot more bizarre stuff before then, just being a dancer and a showgirl and traveling around Italy in a band and working for Playboy Club, and later being a model and meeting a million and one people and being kind of a groupie... It's all been really interesting.
  • Hottest space that I think is interesting would be education, particularly, like, ages 3-10.
  • The problem is, we live in a society where all that interests us is power and money. So we don't have any interest in our children, and what we leave for our children is not important.
  • I think in life we want to challenge ourselves.
  • A racing driver has to be a good driver.
  • If you tie a man's hands there is nothing moral about his not committing murder.
  • Argument is conclusive, but it does not remove doubt, so that the mind may rest in the sure knowledge of the truth, unless it finds it by the method of experiment.
  • Today's terrorists do not share a particular ethnic, educational or socioeconomic background.
  • I must be the only player in the world who ever injured himself for a tournament by stepping on a shell on the beach. I don't know what I'm going to do.
  • If you believe in your art, and you love what you do, that energy will go out, and people will respond.
  • I've always been fascinated by Picasso and how he would look at a single image through multiple perspectives and from separate moments in time. He would look at a woman's face and he would see almost a three-dimensional look even though it was a flat canvas. I thought, well why couldn't we do the same thing with a football play?
  • I never believed that Nixon could fully resurrect himself. And the proof of that was in the obits.
  • I don't think anyone sits down and thinks, 'I know, I'll be a chick-lit writer.' You write the book that you want to write and then other people say, 'Oh, that's chick-lit.' You say, 'Okay.' But it's not like you look around and go to a careers fair and there will be someone at the chick-lit author stand.
  • Drama is easier to do because you just have to have the emotion and not get caught acting, but comedy is much harder.
  • I've been talking about the centrality of libraries in our information society for a while now.
  • We talked about politics constantly in my family growing up in North Carolina. There were always debates. Being of Greek background, it's in our blood to drink coffee and talk politics.
  • I'd be happy to do Star Trek again, if the writing was right.
  • I have had a lot of crushes but have never had the courage to go up to a girl and say what I feel. I am scared of rejection.
  • 'Go Back Home' encompasses not only actual geographic location but also, for me, back home in the worlds of music and theatre, and back home in terms of making albums again. There are lots of meanings to that.
  • I have eaten very well in Los Angeles. Marvelously!
  • I always just wanted to write and maybe direct. I'm really only interested in that. And yet the business that I'm in has forced me into being a salesman - that's the last thing that 17-year-old me would imagine I'd end up being. I'm uncomfortable trying to sell anything, but that's what you're doing every time you walk into a pitch.
  • I would love to act. I probably won't make it to Hollywood at 42 years of age, but I'd love to act.
  • And wouldn't we be better off if every New Year's, we thought about the things we did right and we resolved to keep doing them, no matter how wacky they were.
  • I'm fortunate enough not to be poor, and I'm not a bad tipper.
  • The Republic of Texas is no more.
  • My ex-girlfriend said to me, 'I'm surprised at how normal you are since you were homeschooled.' But I was only homeschooled because I wanted to be an actor. My parents are both teachers.
  • People pump gas and then they go in the store and pick up some things and pay for them, and they forget to mention the gas.
  • Segregation now, segregation tomorrow and segregation forever!