Subject Quotes

  • I was born in Manhattan, raised in Queens, went to high school and college in Brooklyn. My father was a city cop for over 30 years. To me, New York values are being patriotic, being strong, not panicking when there's a crisis, and trying to help each other out.
  • I'm at the mercy of whatever character comes into my head.
  • We've been surrounded by images of space our whole lives, from the speculative images of science fiction to the inspirational visions of artists to the increasingly beautiful pictures made possible by complex technologies. But whilst we have an overwhelmingly vivid visual understanding of space, we have no sense of what space sounds like.
  • Every time I hear 'Miracle,' I feel a certain type of way.
  • Well Microsoft really does develop some really interesting technology.
  • My doctor is wonderful. Once, in 1955, when I couldn't afford an operation, he touched up the X-rays.
  • The world went by, and we didn't get caught up in all the other things, because we didn't have time. We had no spare time. It was always thinking about training and focusing on what we wanted, our goals.
  • The Bible nowhere enters into an argument to prove the person and being of God. It assumes His being and reveals His person and character.
  • Computations are everywhere, once you begin to look at things in a certain way.
  • I mean, I think in the early days we were pretty... pretty British in our entertainment leads.
  • The free nations of the world will not be pushed around by terrorist cowards whose goal is to spread fear and destruction and destroy our liberty and way of life.
  • My husband and I oddly have worked together a couple of times. We did a 'Veronica Mars' episode together. We didn't work together, but we were both in 'Ghost World.' We had a theater company in L.A., for a bunch of years. So, we've worked together a fair amount, and it's always just great fun.
  • One of the things I do is try to get a positive message out there in the local schools and tell my story. I also do a lot of faith-based speaking, sharing my story and testimony, to help show what God has done in my life and what he can do in others' lives.
  • I love hats and winter is the perfect time for them. I love winter time fashion.
  • We'd be nowhere without our looks.
  • I might have had a tough break; but I have an awful lot to live for.
  • Give me time and I'll give you a revolution.
  • We know grooming is important for people. To get their hair done, to get makeup and things like that - that makes a person feel better.
  • I'm pretty committed to the Constitution.
  • I think people know that I've got a good heart.
  • My first novel, 'Compromising Positions,' was a whodunit. The protagonist was a Long Island Jewish housewife who turns private investigator. But she was Jewish the way I was: lighting Sabbath candles but envying her Protestant and Catholic friends' December decorating options.
  • Also, if you watch the film once, there are lots of things that you won't get because there are punch lines in the first act, the setup to which isn't until the second act.
  • The latter part of bull markets are typically led by stocks that are seen then as high quality, but the ones that do best are the ones that weren't seen as such high quality before.
  • As a mother, you feel much more vulnerable. And when you're vulnerable, you're a much better actress.
  • Life is never easy for those who dream.
  • Luckily, I was blessed to go to Stanford and a school that was primarily focused on academics, so it was a blessing.
  • When I'm cooking for myself, I find that I eat almost completely vegetarian, although I'm not vegetarian.
  • I went to Catholic school. Do as you're told; don't ask questions and you will be illuminated.
  • Now that we are cool, he said, and regret that we hurt each other, I am not sorry that it happened.
  • I owe the public a good performance, the best I can give. We really bust our chops on 'CHiPs' but when I go home and get a weekend off, I want to spend it quietly, with my lady.
  • It wasn't until I was at 39 that I joined my first real hockey team. Which was great. I scored a couple of goals here and there, but I wasn't the most graceful thing you've ever seen.
  • We've always dreamt of a TV series and working in film. When we first sat down to seriously write 'A Little Nightmare Music,' to write something for TV was our original inspiration. But all the stuff we were writing down is not going to work on stage. We had to rewrite it so it would work on the stage.
  • My favorite band is Yes. They are all phenomenal musicians, and yes, this means I'm subject to ridicule from co-workers and occasionally from my wife, three kids, and even our Labradoodle pup.
  • What good is a writer if he can't destroy literature? And us... what good are we if we don't help as much as we can in that destruction?
  • In our leisure we reveal what kind of people we are.
  • It is fortunate that diplomats have long noses since they usually cannot see beyond them.
  • I feel we live in the kind of culture now where you have to be very smart to navigate the right way, and I just don't have those smarts. I think with age and time it will change, but I can't obsess about it.
  • For me, getting older doesn't mean throwing away a favourite-coloured lipstick or a fabulous pair of boots; instead, it's about harnessing all the great things I have learnt over the years about what does and doesn't suit me, and enjoying the way in which cleverly selected outfits can enhance the nice bits.
  • If I ask my actors to bare themselves, to reveal themselves as almost naked, I have to bare myself, expose myself as well. That's what creates excitement.
  • Practically all animals which move fast in a homogeneous medium have found means of giving their body a streamlined shape, thereby reducing friction to a minimum.
  • Titles either come to you at the beginning or they don't come to you at all, I find, and I hate the feeling that I haven't got a title because it usually means that you are left at the end scrambling around trying to find something.
  • It's not easy to be a hero. You do it because of what you believe, not because of what other people deserve.
  • Currently a level of unemployment of 7 percent or more seems to be required to keep inflation from accelerating, a level quite unacceptable as a permanent situation.
  • This book is pointing the way into it for people that see it as daunting or a mystery. Some people just do it, but others need help with the mindset, permission almost to listen to themselves. Understanding how things work is the key.
  • I learned early on to stay away from gossip magazines and reviews. That stuff just makes you unhappy, and I know actors that read everything that's written about them and they're miserable. You can choose what to let into your life.
  • We need to work together, on a bipartisan basis, to create new jobs, increase job training, enact real and substantive middle class tax relief, and reward companies that create jobs at home.
  • The coolest toys don't have to be bought; they can be built. In fact, sometimes the only way they'll ever exist is if you make them yourself.
  • When I was growing up there was a product made by Sony called the Sony Walkman - a rage, everyone had to have one. Well, you don't hear about the Walkman anymore.