Putting Quotes

  • I'd work with soccer coordinators at Game Changing Films and have one or two combat training sessions with my stunt double, who's a wushu master.
  • Hamas says in its charter they want to see a world without Israel. They want to obliterate Israel.
  • We should be about more than just selling chicken: we should be a part of our customers' lives and the communities in which we serve.
  • I am bound to add that the excess in too little has ever proved in me more dangerous than the excess in too much; the last may cause indigestion, but the first causes death.
  • I don't know what I am. And it's not important.
  • I never stopped dreaming of how to create a wearable to communicate with our thoughts, how to do this at consumer electronics pricing.
  • All renewables, much as I love them, are diffuse. They all have a small power per unit area, and we have to live with that fact.
  • People that complete other people's vision are understated.
  • When I was a sophomore at USC, I was a socialist, pretty much to the left. But not when I left the university. I quickly got wise. I'd read about what had happened to Russia in 1917 when the Communists took over.
  • I really believe in the idea of the future.
  • I got into a fight with Walt Disney: I always pick the wrong people to fight with.
  • I don't feel restricted by the language: I feel more free.
  • Because capitalist society has expanded the productive forces so enormously, the social conditions under which it arose lag behind and become fetters holding back the further growth of productive forces.
  • I cherish the creation of public space and services, especially health, housing and the comprehensive education system which dared to give so many of us ideas 'above our station.'
  • The pushback I get is, 'He's a hedge fund guy.' Full stop. Some places, that can be a badge of honor. In others, it's almost a term of derision.
  • If evil is empathy erosion, and empathy erosion is a form of illness, then evil turns out to be nothing more than a particularly awful psychological disorder.
  • I go into a young film director's office these days and he says, 'Hey man, I know who you are. I grew up watching 'McHale's Navy'. And I think, 'Oh boy, here we go again'.
  • My name is George Smoot III, and I am smarter than a fifth-grader.
  • Different people approach the universe in different ways, but they also approach their own expectations in different ways.
  • Olympic Gold changed me and my life dramatically. I became a celebrity overnight and people see me as a famous skater, not a real person.
  • A busy schedule can be difficult, but I have the best husband on the planet. He supports my endeavors, and we work as a team.
  • I've played so many moms, best friends, sisters and understanding people.
  • I try to live honestly in every aspect of my life, which can make things a bit more complicated, right?
  • We are part of a country that outshines those that have gone before us and most of those in existence today.
  • It's a little counterintuitive to people, that doing what people don't expect ends up being what people do expect. But that is true of Mac.
  • Litigation is the pursuit of practical ends, not a game of chess.
  • The two records are very different. I guess, on the second record, that's more where I was at. Its not that I'm more well-adjusted or anything, it's just that what I wanted to sing about maybe was more the way I wanted to feel.
  • The value of the minimum wage shouldn't be eroded, and it has been.
  • People that I know, the vast majority, who are successful work really, really hard. Sure, there's some people that either get lucky or inherited it or don't have to work hard for some reason, but the vast majority who are successful work really, really hard.
  • The problem for us, as viewers, is that we want famous people who are passionate about the things they're famous for, because that makes them worthy of the attention. But I think many of those famous people just want to be famous.
  • I think Anna Tambour is criminally under-read.
  • I am convinced that the majority of people would be generous from selfish motives, if they had the opportunity.
  • Now that we have a bit of money, it is nice to get gifts for people. Before I was getting and not really giving.
  • I've always played music. But you know, in eastern Kentucky, everybody plays music.
  • The one good thing about our school was the Cadets; I chose to be in the Navy, purely for the sailor's outfit. A pity we had to give them back.
  • In my mind, I imagined L.A. to be skyscrapers on the beach. Of course, that's not what it actually looks like. And growing up watching 'Beverly Hills 90210' and 'Melrose Place,' I always had an obsession with L.A. and California in general.
  • I speak with the right pronouns. It's 'we' and 'our.' It's never 'me' or 'I.
  • I've never been in the music industry, only acting.
  • I think many people love poetry who don't know they love it. People are sometimes afraid of poetry, or they've been introduced to poetry that doesn't speak to them.
  • I'd been shouting and shouting and no-one wanted to hear me.
  • Making pizza is a great job. All that kneading the dough - everything to do with cooking is wonderful, sensual.
  • Maybe it took a little time, or we're a little late, but finally we're recognizing that international stars are fantastic. They're the greatest actors in the world, and few people know that.
  • Actually I like working kind of fast, because if you got it, why bother doing it over and over?
  • My parents were in short street, so they had to go abroad to economize.
  • I'm an athlete who took the sport to another level. I don't get or ever got the respect from people.
  • Too much knowledge and analysis can be paralysis.
  • I do all of my good thinking at over 65 miles per hour. The speed limit is, luckily, the same speed as my brainstorming speed.
  • My job is to inspire the people, to be on top of my game and push my culture forward.