Say Quotes

  • Our society is so obsessed with working out to be skinny, and none of that has a purpose. I love that my daughter sees me running because she knows I have a race and that I want to be faster. It becomes much less of a grind when it's that way.
  • I was always a God guy.
  • One must look for one thing only, to find many.
  • The principal contributor to loneliness in this country is television. What happens is that the family 'gets together' alone.
  • I've never judged anybody by how they look or how they dress. I basically judge them on their character. And that's how I lead my own life.
  • We are not being arrogant or complacent when we are said that our country, as a united nation, has never in its entire history, enjoyed such a confluence of encouraging possibilities.
  • I was always a character actor. I just looked like Little Red Riding Hood.
  • When you say 'comic book' in America, people think of Mickey Mouse, and Archie. It has a connotation of juvenile.
  • People aren't interested in others controlling what they can do or read or see in the privacy of their own homes.
  • I outlasted my problems.
  • Here in England we live at a slower pace, have more time to enjoy things - like good jazz.
  • Never use a big word when a little filthy one will do.
  • Well, until this very day, I'm still learning.
  • Buddhism teaches you to embrace change.
  • All four of my grandparents were educators, my mom was a school nurse, and I went through the public school system.
  • It should be mandatory that you understand computer science.
  • To be honest with you, I'd rather not be working. When you work, there are all sorts of deadlines and pressures. I like to do one thing and take my time to do the other one.
  • I like witty people, people who can be witty on the spot.
  • Turnberry is truly one of the most spectacular properties on earth. The views, the setting, and grandeur of the hotel - there's just nothing else like it. We've respected the architectural history of the hotel first and foremost, but most of all, we've respected the tradition of golf at Turnberry.
  • No part of Italian society should see itself as exempt from the effort to save Italy from collapse.
  • I believe it's possible to have hit songs and popular music that's recorded by human beings.
  • The Singapore Open is the flagship event of the Asian Tour, it is a massive event and it is being played in a great place. I love coming here and it is good to be back.
  • I owe everything to my mom. She definitely got me to where I'm at today. Without her I wouldn't be able to do the things that I do. She and I are very close.
  • High school isn't necessarily the best time of your life.
  • In 1933, the Nazis came to power and the more systematic persecution of the Jews followed quickly. Laws were enacted which excluded Jewish children from higher education in public schools.
  • The ideal of a pure phenomenology will be perfected only by answering this question; pure phenomenology is to be separated sharply from psychology at large and, specifically, from the descriptive psychology of the phenomena of consciousness.
  • I was always an admirer of French movies when I was young.
  • Basically, the myth is that America has been founded on the free market; the government has done very little; it has thrived under free trade. But actually, if you look at the history, this is actually the country that has succeeded most with protectionist policies.
  • You say he's childish, but he's very professional about business transactions.
  • I do as much bookish research as I can but when I sit down to write, often I think, 'Wait, I was there.' That is one of the great advantages of having wandered around the world and lived in so many places and met such fascinating people.
  • You could say, in a vulgar Freudian way, that I am the unhappy child who escapes into books. Even as a child, I was most happy being alone. This has not changed.
  • I think that most of my romance comes out in my music. And if you look at my track record of three ex-wives, maybe there's something to that.
  • When you say we're bringing a product to market, you make sure you execute.
  • My parents didn't give me any scope to feel sorry for myself. They were just like 'go play with your brother, go climb a tree, go fall off your motorbike, do whatever you want. Don't come crying to us when you get scratched. You've got prosthetic legs - that's very nice.'
  • I've seen up close what can happen when actors talk publicly about their relationships: their personal life gets dismantled. It's a show business game, and it's one game I won't play.
  • I made sacrifices willingly; it was what I did best.
  • When people say 'stadium songs,' it's really negative. All the festival headliners, I've realised, are usually the worst bands.
  • We are looking for development partners, people to work alongside us, which will accelerate our actually getting licences, the technology into product, into the markets.
  • Even when I go do comedy stuff live, I can still feel the drummer in me about to go onstage.
  • I am attached to the French language. I will defend the ubiquitous use of French.
  • What I feel bad about is not having published very much in the last few years.
  • You can say whatever you want about me, I'm not really bothered. But when it starts to upset people I care about or I hear about it from my mum, then that's a problem.
  • I am charismatic with roots of the Pentecostal.
  • When people say 'let's do something about it', they mean 'let's get hold of the political machinery so that we can do something to somebody else.' And that somebody is invariably you.
  • I was not allowed a physical lover. Falling in love with Love was the best I could get.
  • I didn't know so well chess theory, the theory of chess openings. And so, of course I knew the theory, but not on the level of the best players, so this was my... this was always my weakness.
  • It may be that my most helpful contributions to music aren't my compact discs but my articles about other great singers of the past for American Heritage magazine.
  • When you say the name Gilligan, you know who that is. If a show is good, if it's written well, you should be able to erase the names of the characters saying the lines and still be able to know who said it. If you can't do that, the show will fail.