New Quotes

  • The Japanese actually approach the music on a high level. It's always been on a high level.
  • Move every day. Like taking a shower and brushing your teeth. Make it a part of your everyday life.
  • Some really good things kind of swing both ways and I like to see people that can swing really, really, really sad and horrible and terrible and really, really, really beautiful and funny.
  • My mother was a pediatrician, and she kept busy hours. I learned from her you could pack a lot into the day. Every minute had to count, and multitasking was a given.
  • If I make two films in a year, they'll be different. This is my style - I can't have just one way.
  • I don't have a television. All I have is Netflix and Apple TV and Hulu.
  • I think, as a writer, sometimes you do worry, 'Am I just writing, or am I putting the burden of African-Americans on my shoulder and carrying it?' But if we just write the stories that we're supposed to write, that's when we have the biggest impact.
  • I'm the oldest in my family and do play piano.
  • Men are the dreams of a shadow.
  • God bears with the wicked, but not forever.
  • Sometimes during a ballet I'll look around and see all these rows of intent faces, concentrating on this beautiful thing up on the stage.
  • The future is much like the present, only longer.
  • The senior director at the NSC for the Middle East is retired Col. Derek Harvey, an Arabic-speaking intelligence officer with a Ph.D. who served as the head of the U.S. military cell examining the insurgency in Iraq in 2003.
  • Filmmaking is incredible introspective. It forces you to sort of examine yourself in new ways.
  • Motorists who want to save money on gas will demand and buy more fuel-efficient vehicles. We should not limit their freedom with more government regulations.
  • I did some traveling as an amateur and always loved the different places I saw.
  • The '80s were the worst period. You had these horrible pop bands growing their hair and calling themselves metal.
  • It almost hurts me to walk down a road and have people grab my hand and ask for my autograph and not sit and talk. When I'm finished I'm not going to be on the front page, but I'm going to be just as happy without the publicity.
  • Virtually everything that gets printed about me is wrong anyway, so it doesn't really matter what you say.
  • Don't you know by now, luck don't lead to anything or why you keep on moving.
  • I guess I would be most grateful for my family and my friends and my dogs, my boyfriend. I'm grateful for a lot. I'm grateful to be healthy.
  • The '60s are gone, dope will never be as cheap, sex never as free, and the rock and roll never as great.
  • My books were attacked constantly by the Communist Party for not hewing to the Party line. I have never hewed to a Party line of any kind.
  • It took a deadly illness to put me eye to eye with that truth, but it is a truth that the country, caught up in its ruthless ambitions and moral decay, can learn on my dime.
  • If U.S. national sovereignty continues, it is only as a state that Puerto Rico will have permanent 10th Amendment powers over its non-federal affairs, as well as voting power in Congress.
  • Mourning is not forbidden, you know.
  • I like to be loved by my children, and I quite like the 'Guardian' hating me. I like it when I read they want me to die painfully. Then I think I've really got under their skin. It's like annoying a teacher. Once they've shown signs of weakness, you really can go for them.
  • I make the kind of music I like.
  • I think I make a difference. I mean a lot to my people. I've done well. They're proud of me.
  • How do you tell troops who volunteered to fight for our freedoms that the country they fought for won't take care of them when they come back? In the time of war our troops and their families are supposed to be our number one priority.
  • Only peril can bring the French together. One can't impose unity out of the blue on a country that has 265 different kinds of cheese.
  • I've never listened to an album once I've finished it. All I hear is what I should've done different. I beat myself up over it.
  • Did Anthony Hopkins really have to be a serial killer to be in 'Silence of the Lambs?,' I don't think so, no. It's called acting, people.
  • Apparently, one in five people in the world are Chinese. And there are five people in my family, so it must be one of them. It's either my mum or my dad. Or my older brother, Colin. Or my younger brother, Ho-Chan-Chu. But I think it's Colin.
  • Unless the guitar works as a color, then I don't use it, so I haven't been playing guitar too much lately.
  • I just find Bobby Kennedy's short campaign for president so inspiring because his rhetoric identified what America can be like if we care about each other.
  • I thought, you know the food and the diet thing is one way to start yourself onto a healthy lifestyle, but if you don't move, if you don't start exercising you're gonna deteriorate.
  • I am a Korean War veteran. I support our troops as much as anyone in this body, but I do so by advocating redeployment out of Iraq as soon as it can be safely done.
  • There is that time right around 30 when you think, your twenties have gone by, and now you really are a grown up, and you do have to figure out what you're going to do.
  • Motion Picture Soundtrack on Kid A was another Coltrane inspiration.
  • I just find that the harder you work and the more effort you put into yourself, the better you'll be.
  • I think we in the Alpha Band, which was a strange group anyway, weren't dealing with any of these issues. They sneaked up on us and took us over, before we know what was going on.
  • I studied screenwriting at film school and was constantly learning how to construct three-act dramas.
  • Anytime you get an opportunity to put more fun into the game, that's good. I've got a lot of positive energy.
  • There is an abiding beauty which may be appreciated by those who will see things as they are and who will ask for no reward except to see.
  • I am very proud I was part of the IRA in Derry and involved in repelling the designs of the British state forces against people who were being treated as second- and third-class citizens.
  • What we do want to see is reforms that are going to have a permanent effect on the budget deficit.
  • For us, holding on to religious rules, and following them, and refraining from what's forbidden, and being diligent with our duties, what do we call that? That's what we call freedom.