Parent Quotes

  • Doing five-minute sets on 'Conan' and things like that are fun and a great way to introduce yourself, but it's such a constricting time, and you usually have to cut bits down.
  • As an actor, you're always changing.
  • I think people get fearful of things they don't know or understand.
  • I don't like girls who are shy, and I get a lot of random girls, like when I go to the mall, none of them want to come up to me, like are they scared of me! They're all bug eyed.
  • I've never hidden my sexuality from anyone - my whole life, in fact - and I've been waiting for someone to ask about it in an interview, 'cause it's not something you just blurt out.
  • I love coffee.
  • There's a lot of movies that aren't all about Christmas, or where Christmas isn't the focus, but have that spirit of Christmas in them. I love that sequence in 'Auntie Mame,' where she's in the department store, sewing at Macy's, and she doesn't know how to do anything but fill out a form as 'cash on delivery!'
  • It is not Christianity, but priestcraft that has subjected woman as we find her.
  • I work extremely hard in the weight room, and also on the court to get better and make sure I keep my body in shape.
  • It's a different thing to write a love story now than in the time of Jane Austen, Eliot, or Tolstoy. One of the problems is that once divorce is possible, once break-ups are possible, it can all become a little less momentous.
  • I don't always like my own behavior. I haven't known anyone who is perfect all the time.
  • Magic is at the core of myths.
  • I perceive two things in Scotland of the most fearful omen: ignorance of theological truth, and a readiness to pride themselves in and boast of it.
  • Until 'Scrubs,' I didn't have a business manager. I learned everything on my own - and I learned the hard way.
  • The major task of the twentieth century will be to explore the unconscious, to investigate the subsoil of the mind.
  • The tenet of the separation of church and state is an unconstitutional doctrine.
  • A good cult delivers on its promises. A good cult nourishes the needs of its members, has transparency and integrity, and creates provisions for challenging its leadership openly. A good cult expands the freedoms and well-being of its members rather than limits them.
  • The key to building massive, powerful muscles is to doggedly increase the training weights you use.
  • As a kid, I was a Hitchcock lover; I cared about the dark side of things.
  • Anyone becomes mannered if you think too much about what other people think.
  • I'm extraordinarily lucky to have so many friends across such a diverse group of people. One day I'll be at Oxford, the next at some complete idiot's lunch.
  • As a kid, I used to be equal parts drawn to and horrified of the circus. They would have these beautiful canvas posters for Lobster Boy, bearded women, and this and that.
  • All of us, wherever we happen to stand on the marriage equality issue, can agree that all our children deserve the opportunity to live in a loving, caring, committed, and stable home, protected equally under the law.
  • An increase in light gives an increase in darkness.
  • I just go in the studio and write on the spot and see what comes out.
  • Every day, I like getting up because there's another challenge.
  • Before the flowers of friendship faded friendship faded.
  • As soon as one nation claims the right to take preventive action, other countries will naturally do the same. If we go down that road, where are we going?
  • The American Dream is one of success, home ownership, college education for one's children, and have a secure job to provide these and other goals.
  • Beginning in 1986, a series of field experiments were designed to test the various hypotheses which had been put forth to explain the Antarctic ozone hole.
  • As a kid, I used to love to play baseball and be in Little League and sleep outside with my friends and do all those kind of things.
  • Most Americans think Abner Doubleday invented the game but he had little or nothing to do with cricket.
  • How did we suddenly become entranced with gangster culture? I saw it this morning on campus. When did the black community say we should all look like criminals?
  • It's a fairly recent thing but I've become very fond of making drinks myself.
  • 'Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead' is one of the most underrated films. There were even different cuts of it. A wonderful film.
  • The best advice I've received is to be yourself. The best artists do that.
  • The most wonderful study of mankind is man. Relieving human suffering and diffusing universal knowledge is humanitarian.
  • We're going to Puerto Rico, where we're gonna close. And we're so excited, we can't see straight.
  • I know this president. And I can tell you that he cares deeply about the next generation of young women in this country - his daughters, and everyone's daughters. President Obama had the courage to stand with Sandra Fluke. Without hesitation, he defended her right to tell her story.
  • It was not until I started racing for car manufacturers that I found a car I could really get attached to. I am the son of a car dealer, so up until then, cars just came and went.
  • My biggest concern is people misunderstanding me.
  • I'm still young; I've had a couple things under my belt. I don't even think I've begun where I'm gonna be eventually. I really feel very much in the beginning of my journey. I feel very new.
  • It's not uncommon for people to overvalue the importance of demonstrating their competence and power, often at the expense of demonstrating their warmth.
  • The social network is the paradigm of the modern service application.
  • I sow; my successor reaps. This is the majesty of democracy.
  • I was very lucky to get well known much later in life. You need to have flopped quite a few times to get a sense of how little any of it has to do with you.
  • If you provide enough value, then you earn the right to promote your company in order to recruit new customers. The key is to always provide value.
  • Is the U.S. better or is the world better? Is the U.S. better off today than we were four years ago? Obviously not, economically not. I think our stature in the world is not the same.