Product Quotes

  • We want to make movies for the big screen. We want people to go to the theater and feel like they're watching a movie.
  • Our loss was very heavy, especially in the officers. Capt. Sale, of Co. E, Duke's regt, was among the killed, making the third Capt. that has been killed in that company.
  • We must learn from the sermons of Christ, the wisdom of Laotzu, the teachings of Buddha.
  • I was with this girl the other night and from the way she was responding to my skillful caresses, you would have sworn that she was conscious from the top of her head to the tag on her toes.
  • When I was doing theater, I was very successful at believing that I was great, God's gift to the theater.
  • To answer that I have to describe what I think is my responsibility as a thriller writer: To give my readers the most exciting roller coaster ride of a suspense story I can possibly think of.
  • Oh my gosh, if I could be on '30 Rock', my life would be made. That is my favorite show. My absolute favorite show.
  • Emphasis on the common emotive or affective origins of music and words in the first cries of humankind undermines words.
  • There can only be one state of mind as you approach any profound test; total concentration, a spirit of togetherness, and strength.
  • I used to date Latoya for awhile, I was a close freind of the family.
  • Playing with Kip I definitely learned a lot playing with these incredible guys and hearing them.
  • Today is the day to break free from the prison of the person you know yourself to be and step into a self you have yet to know. Will it be comfortable? No, but do it anyway.
  • For your benefit, learn from our tragedy. It is not a written law that the next victims must be Jews. It can also be other people.
  • Agatha Christie's writing is incredibly skillful because her books are incredibly intellectually puzzling and challenging.
  • I'm always dancing in my kitchen. And I love to sing. I've always sung. My father was a lovely singer. Always sang Jim Reeves at parties.
  • Just be comfortable with who you are.
  • Unless physicians stand together to fight threats and injustices, our practices cannot remain viable in the future.
  • A reporter discovers, in the course of many years of interviewing celebrities, that most actors are more attractive behind a spotlight than over a spot of tea.
  • The lesson of the Cuban Missile Crisis is plain: Strength prevents war; weakness invites it. We need a commander-in-chief who understands that - and who won't leave us facing a foe who thinks he doesn't.
  • Easy is not an option!
  • Expand the definition of 'reading' to include non-fiction, humor, graphic novels, magazines, action adventure, and, yes, even websites. It's the pleasure of reading that counts; the focus will naturally broaden. A boy won't read shark books forever.
  • Too often travel, instead of broadening the mind, merely lengthens the conversation.
  • If they respect the craft and what we're doing and they bring something to the table and they work hard, I don't care what you do as your side job or as your day job.
  • God exists since mathematics is consistent, and the Devil exists since we cannot prove it.
  • There's an adage that a lot of coaches have, that I completely disagree with, is if you make the Olympic team too early you become complacent.
  • Think for yourselves and let others enjoy the privilege to do so, too.
  • Asian Pacific American Heritage Month provides us all an opportunity to reflect upon this community's many contributions and to celebrate its bright future.
  • I loved the feeling I got when I sang. I loved the feeling that it gave to people when I sang.
  • I've been rapping since I was 18 years old, with a crew called Blades.
  • Not being given everything encourages you to create... That was one of the first steps for me learning to invent things.
  • Literature is my calling To hold up the mirror to my countrymen comes natural to me; and in the open field of invention I am not without hopes of giving them pleasure.
  • When I see 'Sunshine,' I see a film that part of me is kind of very proud of and another part of me is very sad about, so it's a really complicated film for me. And I've never been really able to resolve all that in myself.
  • Think of the universe as a benevolent parent. A child may want a tub of ice-cream and marshmallows, but a wise parent will give it fruits and vegetables instead. That is not what the child wants, but it is what the child needs.
  • The challenge in a startup is you hit a lot of turbulence, and you want people who understand that it's just turbulence and not a crisis.
  • If we are going to win the next war, in my opinion, 50 percent of the time of training should be allotted to night training.
  • When I am starting a new game, I have to program it for the Apple, because I want to get all of the markets.
  • In football, you're hitting, so you might as well hit in practice.
  • If you share a common ancestor with somebody, you're related to them. It doesn't mean that you're going to invite them to the family reunion, but it means that you share DNA. I think it's fascinating.
  • The average man, if he meddles with criticism at all, is a conservative critic.
  • Standing near the door, we dipped our fingers in the holy water, crossed and blessed ourselves, and proceeded up to the sleeping-room, in the usual order, two by two.
  • I've done, like, eight pilots, and every time, everyone thinks it's going to go for 10 years.
  • Complicated feelings are fertile soil for creative ideas.
  • I do tumbling and flips; there's a gym I go to for that.
  • People will forget me pretty quick.
  • The city's contradictions and frailties drive me to the church. The church, in turn, binds my wounds and soothes my troubled heart, and sends me right back out into the city again.
  • A smile is a curve that sets everything straight.
  • The first war plan has failed because of Iraqi resistance. Now they are trying to write another war plan. Clearly, the American war planners misjudged the determination of the Iraqi forces.
  • In 1998, the acting roles suddenly bottomed out. I was no longer getting scripts; even my agent stopped calling. When I finally got him on the phone to ask him what was going on, he paused, then said: 'Well, Christine, you're 45.' I got rid of him.