People Quotes

  • Model S has, really, the ready-to-wear elements. Gen 3 has the opportunity to be more couture.
  • Persevere with a plan to reach your passion, and life will be good.
  • When people talk about people who are optimistic about gold, they call them 'gold bugs.' A bug is an insect. I don't call equity bugs 'cockroaches.' Do you understand? There is already a negative connotation with the expression of 'gold bug.'
  • I'm too much of a big kid.
  • I do have 14 tattoos, but I also do come home every single night and watch reality TV with my cat.
  • People feel they are not participating in the decision-making process. Decisions are exclusive to those at the very top. You have grown up with crony capitalism and it creates ever more resentment.
  • In science, the credit goes to the man who convinces the world, not to whom the idea first occurs.
  • I don't prepare for my roles. I don't watch movies to get inspired. I don't dig deep. I'll never be that type of actor, and I doubt that I ever will be.
  • It is a very difficult job, being the servant of two masters.
  • I was friends with all different people and all different groups. And that led me to being friends with a few people who didn't even go to my school. Now I have the most amazing collection of friends of all ethnic backgrounds and upbringing and financial backgrounds.
  • Working people have alot of bad habits, but the worst of these is work.
  • When people take off the headset, they immediately have a creative idea about what they can make in virtual reality, and a lot of them immediately want to get involved.
  • Villains are meant to be hated.
  • Nobody ever talks about the mean things that girls do to each other.
  • When people have options for what they want to see, it forces the quality of programming and content to be higher.
  • No matter how many troops we have in place or how long they stay, we cannot impose a parliamentary democracy there any more than the insurgents can impose a theocracy.
  • When people say England, they sometimes mean Great Britain, sometimes the United Kingdom, sometimes the British Isles, - but never England.
  • What drives me is winning medals and going out there and enjoying it.
  • Yes, people pull the trigger - but guns are the instrument of death. Gun control is necessary, and delay means more death and horror.
  • Rock stardom and all that stuff like that was never like my main M.O., my main M.O. is musical growth, and if I become a rock star in the process, great!
  • Nobody likes feeling like an outsider, so it's intimidating for young girls to give STEM a try when they look into STEM clubs/classes and see a room full of boys.
  • I feel like I'm a torchbearer for jazz, fostering its tradition but its future, too.
  • Wherever smart people work, doors are unlocked.
  • Being under the microscope meant I was never given any slack. I still managed to screw up plenty in life, mind you, but in the things I really cared about - the legal work, or the stories I was telling as a writer, or the office I built in government - I wasn't left a lot of margin for error. It's kept me driven.
  • When I'm DJing for two hours, I might play two or three Smiths songs.
  • Get over jet-lag quickly. I think a lot of people waste the first few days sleeping in the wrong time zone. Sometimes I take melatonin but at other times a glass of wine will do it.
  • Young people in the business have grown up and made the wrong decisions, or bad decisions, and haven't been good role models. To be someone that people look up to is important to me.
  • When people help me out, even with something like a move or a ride to the airport, I'm always thinking 'Are you sure it's okay? Are you sure you don't mind?'
  • When some people get angry, they turn into victims, but when I get angry, I turn to action.
  • I haven't watched telly for years.
  • The key to songwriting is just to be able to observe, and put yourself in situations to be around people, and let those ideas come to you.
  • No one feels another's grief, no one understands another's joy. People imagine they can reach one another. In reality they only pass each other by.
  • One of my most sentimental items is my grandmother's engagement ring that my mom gave me a few years ago. It's a Victorian-style setting that's closed in the back, so it doesn't sparkle the way diamonds do now. I wear it as a pendant.
  • I saw also that there was an ocean of darkness and death, but an infinite ocean of light and love, which flowed over the ocean of darkness.
  • I wore my first pair of Louboutins during this press tour. It was absolutely amazing, they weren't heels, they were little shoes, but they were velvet and they were blue.
  • When a regular camera focuses physically, what the regular camera is doing is adjusting the lens relative to the sensor to bring different parts of the scene into focus.
  • So, you know, I always say that I'm a Mexican, but if I had to be a citizen of anywhere else, I'd be a citizen of Manhattan. I feel very much a New Yorker.
  • I used to love stage above all, but that was when I was a single man. As I get older, the time commitment gets harder for theatre.
  • When People magazine called me, I did the job on Ansel. I'm older than Ansel and he has to mind me.
  • I have a shelf of comfort books, which I read when the world closes in on me or something untoward happens.
  • My mother painted and wrote. She always had a painting in progress on an easel in the kitchen, so our house always smelled like oil paint. At night, she wrote after she'd put my sisters and me to bed, and the sound of her typing was our lullaby.
  • Funny enough though, despite what Donald Trump has to say and the way African-American people are portrayed so often in media, African-American people can have a leaning to be very conservative.
  • When two people decide to get a divorce, it isn't a sign that they 'don't understand' one another, but a sign that they have, at last, begun to.
  • Eddie Murphy was my guy for a long time. My first exposure to 'SNL' was his 'Best Of' VHS, and I would watch it over and over again. He was one of the few people on the show to play with the live elements and engage with the audience.
  • When people leave cults, they don't know that they left a cult.
  • With those people, I'm very far apart, because I believe that government access to communications and stored records is valuable when done under tightly controlled conditions which protect legitimate privacy interests.
  • When people put that sort of pressure on you, you're worried that people won't want to receive you.
  • I've spent my life in the police profession, and I'm proud of that. But I am also very cognizant of the profession's limitations, its potential for abuse, and its potential negative impact.