Move Quotes

  • My job is to provide the atmosphere and assistance to the contestants to get them to perform at their very best. And if I'm successful doing that, I will be perceived as a nice guy, and the audience will think of me as being a bit of a star.
  • I don't know if you'll see me jumping out of planes anytime soon.
  • We have to always set an aspiration for ourselves and then strive to get there.
  • I was a full-blown tomboy; I was very mischievous and got into a lot of trouble. Everybody in my family smoked, and I started smoking probably when I was nine. My friends used to call me Huckleberry Tig.
  • I don't want to follow the herd.
  • I grew up in Murray, Kentucky. My wife is from there, also.
  • I talk about myself. That's what I am. I'm a blogger. I have always decided that I was going to be an expert on one thing, and I am an expert on this person, and so I write about it.
  • Don't ally your personal interests with the development of the company.
  • I'm not an economist and we all know economists were created to make weather forecasters look good.
  • There is no such thing as bad publicity except your own obituary.
  • Rail travel for me is the most relaxing, most scenic way to see the country.
  • Oftentimes, even as a little kid, I would get up before anyone else. My brother would still be sleeping, my mom would still be sleeping, so I would literally play 'Monopoly' by myself. I would play board games; I would do things by myself.
  • I'm a lucky person because I've been loved a lot. I have a great family.
  • For a truly religious man nothing is tragic.
  • When I had a full-time job, I really wasn't that busy, but now I'm really busy. I guess that's a good thing.
  • If you think about the amount of critical thinking that has come into the field of economics, two universities have dominated the landscape in my life: Chicago and Harvard.
  • People have seen me at my best, but I don't think most of them know everything that it took to get me to where I am today.
  • It took me five years to realize what I could do with my voice. No Auto-Tune - cut all that off.
  • Teenagers have a natural curiosity and are keen to clock up experiences. What they need to be wary of is that some experiences may erode their sense of self and lead to a fragmentation of morals.
  • We need more leaders in Washington who will do more with less - and that's how we engineer real change.
  • We're broke. It's never a fun message to deliver.
  • I've got all the money I'll ever need, if I die by four o'clock.
  • I don't snack all the time, but I do sometimes drink l more than I should.
  • I learned how to comport myself among trolls, elves, hobbits or goblins. I learned that a friend can be lost to greed and avarice. I learned that solving riddles may be as important a survival skill as bowmanship. I know how to talk to a dragon, and that it's best not to.
  • When people move from one extreme set of views to embrace another equally batty picture of the world, they expect us to applaud their choice, as if the fact that they have rejected one form of nuttiness somehow validates the screwball views they hold now.
  • I can't live without my beauty products. I love to be in my bathroom with my candles lit, morning, noon and night. I like taking hot baths and hot showers, using my body scrubs and lotions.
  • I don't typically have a social life, I don't have a family, and I will stay up all night, every night, for days on end, to solve something that I think is solvable. And it's very frustrating sometimes, because I know that I'm like that, and it's not always a positive result.
  • After developing a primitive theory (1968) I therefore did not pursue this subject. However, the work was taken up by others and in 1974 the first experiments were done in the ISR.
  • I've always been a true believer that if men had babies, nobody would be trying to tell them what they can and can't do with their bodies.
  • The team behind 'The Lego Movie' approached me. They wanted to do something extra special for the Academy Award performance of best song nominee 'Everything is Awesome.' They had seen my earlier version of a Lego Oscar statue, and I was happy to take on the challenge.
  • I've actually seen a ghost, so I know they're really around.
  • I'm so hard on myself. I play these sketches in my computer for friends and they say 'Gee whiz, the vocal's beautiful.' I hear, 'It needs to be better.'
  • The Apple has the fewest bells and whistles. It has simple sound and few graphics special effects. In a way, that is a weakness because markets for the other machines are getting bigger.
  • I love the excess of Christmas. The shopping season that begins in September, the bad pop star recordings of Christmas carols, the decorations that don't know when to come down.
  • It will give them the opportunity to show themselves worthy of the respect and friendship of peace-loving nations, and in time, to take an honorable place among members of the United Nations.
  • When I got through, Duke Ellington stood up and started the applause.
  • I've been producing documentaries on global warming for 20 years and have seen the early warnings of extreme weather events come true.
  • I just think that for a lot of people - not to take the focus off of myself - that feeling of imminent dread, like a cloak of black dust, was always around me.
  • I had always fantasized about going to the Pyramids, the Great Wall; I've always been sort of obsessed with the whole notion of Everest.
  • I'm writing a book. I've got the page numbers done.
  • I want to do work, but I also want to have a good time.
  • I don't watch something just because it's a specific genre.
  • 'South Pacific' - I really learned a lot. I swear I like to say that during 'South Pacific,' I went from being a girl to being a woman.
  • If we don't succeed we run the risk of failure.
  • Revenge is a caustic thing. I say, Breathe in, breathe deeply, let it go.
  • I'm not trying to steer people in a direction. I'm just trying to move them. Wherever it takes them, it doesn't matter to me. I just want them to be moved in one way or another, and that's a hard thing to do, I think.
  • The book that meant most to me was 'The Wind in the Willows.' It sounds ridiculous, but that was my vision of England.
  • I've always been really active. I grew up playing sports, so I'm always shooting hoops or throwing the football with my friends. I'm super-active in that sense.