Quickly Quotes

  • We live in a globalising world. That means that all of us, consciously or not, depend on each other. Whatever we do or refrain from doing affects the lives of people who live in places we'll never visit.
  • I believe that every human has a finite number of heartbeats. I don't intend to waste any of mine running around doing exercises.
  • My name is George Smoot III, and I am smarter than a fifth-grader.
  • Hollywood is a challenging place; it's very easy for people to lose their heads. Fortunately, I grew up on it and I think I have a little bit of a head start.
  • Stephen Sondheim I am in awe of.
  • In the winter of 2012, as my fiftieth birthday approached, I began to write what turned into my autobiography, a look at my own life through the lens of food.
  • I really worked with icons in the music business, which really had a strong effect on me. It wasn't just pick-up gigs.
  • Being a dad is the best thing that ever happened to me. It changed my life entirely.
  • I mean... in life... what relationship is easy?
  • Go right straight down the road, to do what is best, and to do it frankly and without evasion.
  • I was quite moved to see this huge crowd which attended the ceremony in the middle of the town.
  • There is nothing you can do about it but sit back and watch.
  • My basics are black, white, or neutral, and I'll wear a ton of jewelry or carry a brightly colored bag.
  • The influence of a mother upon the lives of her children cannot be measured. They know and absorb her example and attitudes when it comes to questions of honesty, temperance, kindness, and industry.
  • The ability to make love frivolously is the chief characteristic which distinguishes human beings from beasts.
  • I always feel stupid giving advice since I've been married, what, a year? I can say this: Be in it for the long haul and just know there are going to be rough patches. No two people are the same, there are going to be areas where you just don't click.
  • There's something to be learned by listening and absorbing and watching before you start telling the people who have been there how to rearrange chairs.
  • We all know that looks matter, and modern politicians have always assumed that their battles are decided on both substance and image.
  • I want to be my own person.
  • I said 'well, I'll kiss her twice, you see? We'll come around, I'll kiss her, and if you put a little more track down for the camera, then I'll put my tongue down her throat and you'll get what you want'. He said 'You think so?'
  • My wife being a trainer helps, because when I'm at home, everything we keep at the house is pretty healthy.
  • I just happened to wind up in a metal band when I was 15.
  • Once you start telling people you're famous, they believe you.
  • I come prepared when I come to work. Not just knowing the lines, but I think I know something about what I do.
  • I love going to concerts, so that whole environment is something that intrigues me anyway.
  • Is it worth while to observe that there are no Venetian blinds in Venice?
  • If you're a fan, you can appreciate everything I say.
  • There are so many musicians in New York, and there is this energy and fire in this city that inspires you and makes you want to learn and to get out there. People are constantly evolving and constantly creating here, and you get pushed along just by being in that energy.
  • I love Brian De Palma.
  • I loved France, although I initially thought they were stubborn for always speaking French.
  • The stigma that was once attached to things society deemed unhealthy served the purpose of making them undesirable. With the stigma gone, many people see little reason not to do whatever feels good at the moment.
  • It takes a very strange person to enjoy fame, with all the by-products that come with it. It's not necessarily a thrill.
  • What keeps me going is a constant sense of disappointment with what I've already done.
  • What do you do when you get a draft notice and you think a war is wrong? And I struggled with that for months prior to my being inducted into the army, and I'm still struggling with it, 40 years later.
  • In the long run, the public interest depends on private virtue.
  • It's funny, because even though on a drama like 'Picket Fences' those long monologues would stress me out, doing special effects where there's a green screen and there's nobody there to to react to and you have to recite all this dialogue, it's so much more difficult.
  • When it comes to charities, there's a lot of fraud.
  • Nothing is so difficult but that it may be found out by seeking.
  • The act of witnessing is important to me; somebody's got to tell the truth, you know what I mean?
  • For me, it's always the same: worrying about how I can get better, the techniques I can do.
  • A lot of pop music is about stealing pocket money from children.
  • After 'Sesame Street,' it's a hyper-familiar world to me and I have this childlike ability to ignore the fact that I'm talking to scraps of cloth. Every country I go to, I see posters promoting the film in different languages. 'Los Muppets' - I love that!
  • Unite has a great dry shampoo called 7Seconds. After a hot yoga class, when I'm super sweaty I spray this on and my hair comes back to life. Miraculous!
  • We released 'The Interview' through a variety of platforms, and we continue to look for other distribution options. Throughout this whole process, we never stopped - not for a single moment - trying to secure a broad release. Our studio takes great pride in continuing to grow the release of this movie and making it a success.
  • In the future, instead of striving to be right at a high cost, it will be more appropriate to be flexible and plural at a lower cost. If you cannot accurately predict the future then you must flexibly be prepared to deal with various possible futures.
  • What tipped the scales was that psychology involved working with rats.
  • After I dropped out of college at the age of 19, I became a mortgage broker, and when I went back to school I thought about going into real estate law.
  • It was really tiring always pretending to be someone else. Not my life, not my real name, nothing.