Musical Quotes

  • No longer do companies study consumers' psyches only by asking people what they think about technology and how they use it. Now they conduct observational research, dispatching anthropologists to employ their ethnographic skills by interviewing, watching and videotaping consumers in their natural habitats.
  • I feel a deep emotion and pride for the honor of having been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 1992.
  • What I would like to be remembered for is that Walter Washington changed the spirit of the people of this city, that he came in as mayor when there was hate and greed and misunderstanding among our people and the races were polarized.
  • In the black sororities, they celebrate achievement academically, and they really do work toward community service. As much as the white sororities claim that's the case in their groups, it's not really so. White sororities focus on relationships.
  • I is another.
  • Save your rejections so that later when you are famous you can show them to people and laugh.
  • Love is staying up all night with a sick child - or a healthy adult.
  • I can take the steel guitars and fiddles off, we can make it a little more pop, cover ideas that are a little less cowboy. But you got to look at yourself in the mirror and ask, whose flag you are under? For Garth Brooks, I'm steel, fiddles, red, white and blue.
  • Salads was a big indicator of that - there was a huge market out there for it. And why not tap it? Some of the things we are doing now around the globe are responding to customers. It's not because some guy sued you.
  • There's magic all around us: Our smartphones are magical, 3-D printers are magical. So I feel that as a magician, if I can pull off something that seems real and convincing enough that I can explain why it's happening and have people believe it, it really is fascinating. And funny.
  • I was just restless with being in school; so I went out to Los Angeles.
  • I would like to solemnly reaffirm, that poverty is not a fatality.
  • I have two mini huskies called Woody Guthrie and Edison Guthrie.
  • I was brought up on a farm, and I've learned that every opportunity that I've had in my life has come from hard work and persistence.
  • I believe that my worth is not measured by what I do, by the honors that are bestowed upon me, or by material wealth that I might obtain. Instead, I am measured by the courage I show while standing for my beliefs, by the dedication I exhibit to ensure my word is good, and the resolve I undertake to establish my actions and deeds as honorable.
  • In Britain and Europe, no event is less forgotten than World War I, or 'The Great War,' as it was called until 1939.
  • I have to pick myself up every day and say, 'The show must go on,' meaning life as I know it must go on, whatever the obstacle is, I know I can handle it, and I can get through it.
  • So now my road map has changed and I don't have a really clear idea of what the next stops are.
  • I'm completely neurotic, totally anxious and high-strung all the time.
  • I'm always a bit disappointed when I've finished working on a book.
  • I bought a railroad during this period of time.
  • Many writers today are wanderers. There is not only an unhousedness in language - how to convey, to say nothing of converge - but an unhousedness of place.
  • I remember noticing, when I had my babies, how much I liked them, and not just loved them, but I was really into them. I knew I was going to be curious about them and up for the mayhem ahead. But at the same time, I remember noticing I was relieved this thing was present in me. And I hadn't realised there might be a doubt.
  • It is always the start that requires the greatest effort.
  • Many writers are radical. I am not, because of my age and because of my terrible fear of demagogy.
  • Growing Ineos has been a lot of fun.
  • We don't think the blockchain can do most of what's been ascribed to it. But we're entering the Internet of value - and that is very much underhyped.
  • I never dreamed I would coach at UCLA. It was not one of those things in my coaching career I thought would happen. It's a tremendous blessing, and I'm going to make the most of it.
  • It is always better to be slightly underdressed.
  • Theatre's a much less faddish, more sensible world than TV or film.
  • I do have what I believe to be a two-CD, authentic, 'Carter V' final product mixed down. Nobody knows what 'Tha Carter V' is. In fact, nobody can say until Lil Wayne says, 'This is 'Tha Carter V.''
  • People say I have my own Cinderella story, and in a way, I guess I do.
  • The sacrifices made by veterans and their willingness to fight in defense of our nation merit our deep respect and praise - and to the best in benefits and medical care.
  • Being at home with my family always inspires me. I find it hard to be inspired when I'm on the move. I'm not creative when I'm jet-lagged and sleeping in strange hotels.
  • I was very blessed with 'N Sync. It was a big success and it was a lot of fun.
  • We don't deliberately set out to offend. Unless we feel it's justified.
  • I was approached by Oxfam to go to Mali as their ambassador and get involved in their various initiatives out there. But I felt that was missing the point of using me, a musician.
  • This business switching styles can't be done honestly by one man. As soon as he can play his instrument well, he can express himself, and all his life he has only one self.
  • If privacy ends where hypocrisy begins, Kitty Kelley's steamy expose is a contribution to contemporary history.
  • I am on the right wing of the middle of the road and with a strong radical bias.
  • After God and my family, it's surf. I don't imagine me not surfing. Surf brings me smile every day.
  • We moved leisurely towards Mount Foster, on the 22nd, and arrived opposite to it a little before sunset.
  • It has to be convenient. You have to be able to bank with me anytime.
  • And ours is a business that requires discipline and focus.
  • Concept is what makes actors raise their game.
  • If a film becomes successful, the actor is blamed for being commercial and not having a true love for movies. When we do serious films, we will be blamed for not planning our career properly. I believe that what one should do is to make good cinema and try to make it successful.
  • I think music on television is just uniformly dreadful. It is mundane, it says nothing.
  • From the happy-go-lucky days of oil exploration and drilling, when a lot of easy sources were being found and easily managed, we're gotten ourselves into this sort of apocalyptic time. We're willing to destroy almost everything, risk almost anything, and go ahead with techniques for which we have no way of responding to the known problems.