Stupid Quotes

  • If I'm going to break them, I'm going to break them both.
  • I'd love to break America, like all artists do. It's a lot of work but, you know, it's got to be done!
  • There are two types of Chinese growing up in America. One is the kind that does really well in school, with thick, thick glasses. And the other is involved with the gangs.
  • I want to help people; that's it.
  • The challenge with SXSW and events like it is it's so big and overwhelming, it's easy to get lost in the crowd.
  • I don't know what the next acting job will be. I would love to do a comedy.
  • I am a kid who played university cricket, so to be around international cricket is a blessing.
  • I'm not at all funny. I can do dark comedy pretty well, but straight-up comedy, I don't know. I'm much darker. I've been like that since I was 3 years old.
  • I was a very hyper-active child and my parents just didn't know what to do with me.
  • Using lots of fresh foods, fruits and vegetables, helps to keep the menu buoyant - I don't know if that's the right word, but it keeps a balance of freshness and health.
  • If all things were made through Him, clearly so must the splendid revelations have been which were made to the fathers and prophets, and became to them the symbols of the sacred mysteries of religion.
  • We must permit the youth of the land who would bear arms to decide whether or not there should be war.
  • I love the idea of waking up to a song. It could be any song.
  • I guess I'm a real fan of older music, and that's what shaped my taste and the way I sing.
  • No one ever reached the worst of a vice at one leap.
  • There are a lot of bands that my parents used to go see that I haven't necessarily heard of, and asking them to dig up stuff like that is a really fun way to discover music.
  • I consider that my best performance ever was as Peer Gynt.
  • I really don't like it when members of bands slag each other off in the press. If you've got a problem, you should sort it out without going public.
  • I'm a very compulsive person, so I spend most of my time drawing or writing my diary, patching things up and carving bits of wood - I've carved two of my guitars.
  • I really have been lucky because I've always had a very healthy attitude to my body.
  • Basically, I was a freak show. This kid with this big old voice. I was a travelling freak.
  • Our poverty will be brought home to us to its full extent only after the war.
  • Dude, I love playing drums, and I love being on stage, and I love recording. It's my life... it's been my life, all my life, and I don't think it could ever become boring for me.
  • I don't have specific music for when I'm writing. I'm usually listening to the same playlist or 'artist' before I arrive at the computer as when I'm walking somewhere after leaving the computer.
  • I guess I'm just a frustrated cowboy.
  • Although I could read before I went to school, and I won the school reading prize at five years old, my early children's stories came from the radio and watching films at a cinema on Saturday mornings in Australia. It wasn't until I was nine years old on a ship returning from Australia that I was introduced to children's books.
  • The time I'm not spending with my kid has to be worth it, so when I sat down with my agents after I was ready to go back to work, I told them: It's all about the directors.
  • I will carry with me always the deep sense of what it feels like to be an outsider and how tough it was, how hard it was to adapt to this country.
  • I've always had an incredible interest in the villains, which are a lot more fun to play.
  • I saw that my camera gave me a sense of connection with others that I never had before. It allowed me to enter lives, satisfying a curiosity that was always there but that was never explored before.
  • Depression can seem worse than terminal cancer, because most cancer patients feel loved and they have hope and self-esteem.
  • Music is my love.
  • I would like to do something modern and possibly funny.
  • I'm not into politics.
  • Rabid fans were literally jumping into the camera.
  • I'm very much of the opinion that to work is better than not to work.
  • I remember saying that wars must not be glorified, but wars must be remembered.
  • I used to drive my brothers nuts in the car because I would sing in their ear every song on the radio.
  • I was working as a stockbroker in New York and had the seemingly perfect life.
  • I'm a guy that wants the movie to work. So whatever it takes or whatever you got to do - I'm happy to do.
  • I'll watch golf while I work out. I'm your average golf fan.
  • I'm naturally curious, and I've always been driven by my curiosity. Curiosity gets people excited. Curiosity leads to new ideas, new jobs, new industries.
  • I'm not surprised about the lack of women on boardrooms. They were only emancipated 200 years ago, and historically, men have dominated. I welcome women as long as they qualify for the job.
  • We know there can be no justice in the Middle East without a Palestinian state. But there can be no security in the Middle East without a Palestinian state.
  • I'm a strong supporter of states' rights to do what they need.
  • It is clear that the photo ID requirement is not a solution to a problem but is instead a political ploy to prevent traditionally disenfranchised populations from voting for the candidates of their choice.
  • In our heart, in the heart of each of you, let there be always the joyous certainty that the Lord is near, that he does not abandon us, that he is near to us, and that he surrounds us with his love.
  • When I took my shirt off against Caen, everybody asked what these new tattoos were. I had 15 removable tattoos on my body; they are the names of real people who are suffering from hunger in the world.