Soup Quotes

  • I think there is a very quiet power in things that are not on screen.
  • It is no coincidence that our country has not been attacked since 9-11. Our initiatives to protect the homeland and aggressively take the fight to the terrorists have been factors in that success.
  • I am tired of being in an industry that doesn't appreciate me.
  • At 6 years old, the ice became a place for me to express myself. Because I was so shy off the ice, it became my safe haven, with music and freedom and self-expression. That was my emotional outlet.
  • I have always been very comfortable in little clothing; its part of my job.
  • I like thrillers. My style of movies are closer to thrillers.
  • We knew that if the photos of CIA officers conducting authorized EIT (enhanced interrogation techniques) ever got out, the difference between a legal, authorized, necessary, and safe program and the mindless actions of some MPs (military police) would be buried by the impact of the images.
  • At 39, I was back in a Red Wings uniform and loving it.
  • I really like the retro look. My regular clothing, I like to always keep it classy and I like to kind of be more dressed up more of the time. I'm not really someone you see in sweatpants a lot.
  • I expected to be shot at any moment and if they had done I would have understood, that they couldn't take risks with someone foolhardy or so unpredictable.
  • Life may be not only meaningless but absurd.
  • All you have in business is your reputation - so it's very important that you keep your word.
  • As a costume designer, I first try to figure out what the character's economic situation is and hit the stores they'd shop.
  • Even if you do learn to speak correct English, whom are you going to speak it to?
  • Like other revolutionaries I can thank God for the reactionaries. They clarify the issue.
  • Even if happiness forgets you a little bit, never completely forget about it.
  • My favorite drugstore product is Clean and Clear makeup removing cleanser. It gets the makeup off in one wash - not three or four.
  • Used properly, cinema is the coolest thing in the world.
  • If you've ever snapped a picture of your dinner, Nom is for you.
  • To the extent that I can serve as a role model or mentor for other women in what might be traditionally viewed as a male-dominated field, I welcome that.
  • Managing is a tough job. When you're young, you just think it's a natural progression - I'm good at this, so I'm going to be good at that - and it's not that way at all.
  • I'll try not to let a day go by without making a song. I don't think I've created a lot of music.
  • Skydiving is special because it's almost the closest to an out-of-body experience you can have. We live in such a stimulated, connected, busy world - to be up in the air with nothing but yourself and the landscape is incredibly peaceful.
  • Everyone thinks these are self-portraits but they aren't meant to be. I just use myself as a model because I know I can push myself to extremes, make each shot as ugly or goofy or silly as possible.
  • None of the European girls, including Anita Ekberg, has anything not found on American girls as well.
  • Advice is one of those things it is far more blessed to give than to receive.
  • No state legislature ever built a great university.
  • I think we can continue to do as much protesting as we want. Systemic racism needs to be changed from within.
  • Putting babies as young as two weeks into child care for the first year of their life, for 60 hours a week, will cause their brains damage.
  • We all love the environment, but we have placed creatures above people. A rat is a rat.
  • Invest in a feather duster - the possibilities are endless.
  • Every compulsion is put upon writers to become safe, polite, obedient, and sterile.
  • I didn't really know how to make a film when I made 'Control'. I had to create my own language, just as I did when I started taking photographs. I never studied either one.
  • Personally, I can't see the appeal in trekking down to D.C. for a networking extravaganza, even if it is built around a special moment in American history. While I find the election of Barack Obama inspirational, I don't have a desire to memorialize it with overly effusive celebration.
  • I'd like to be doing quality acting in a quality role and making as many people as possible happy.
  • What was I like in 1966? I was 19 years old, very confident, and life was a big adventure.
  • It's Nixon who created the Environmental Protection Agency. Clean Air and Water Acts. Endangered Species Act. Promoted affirmative action. One could go on and on with Nixon as a New Deal liberal on domestic policy and a hawk, but one with great geo-political skills.
  • We must listen and learn, show humility and seek again to talk for and to people's ambitions and concerns.
  • Its OK to grow up, just as long as you don't grow old. Face it you are young.
  • I know that I'm going to have to work hard, keep working hard, and not because of this victory think, 'I'm back.' I don't think like that. I'll definitely work hard. Things are not going to be easy. I might lose first round next week. You never know.
  • A second opinion never hurts, not only in medicine, but also in politics.
  • I've had a wonderful experience here at Penn State.
  • I just have to stop biting my nails. I've been on and off that bandwagon so many times. I feel like it's going to be a lifelong struggle.
  • I sometimes look around that studio in the middle of commercials and think, 'Really?'
  • They say the test of literary power is whether a man can write an inscription. I say, 'Can he name a kitten?'
  • Whatever you do to gain success, you have to hang in there and hope good things happen. Always think positive.
  • I like stories with a collision of disparate tones. Look at 'Shameless' or 'House of Lies'. They go from big, silly, and comedic to very real dramatic moments in the wink of an eye.
  • I'm looking for little movies that are good instead of picking scripts in pursuit of superstardom.