Sure Quotes

  • I've always loved Scotland, and I'm not a huge fan of big cities, to be honest. I like them to dip into for a bit, but I'm not sure I would want to live in one again.
  • I'm in nobody's circle, I've always been an outsider.
  • If anyone comes to me, I want to lead them to Him.
  • The only secret of magic is that I'm willing to work harder on it than you think it's worth.
  • I am lactose intolerant, and I always thought it was really funny how people who are lactose intolerant continue to eat dairy, because they like it so much. And I find it not acceptable.
  • I think the biggest challenge is to continue on the same path. I think it's easy to become complacent from the success you've had.
  • Pleasant it to behold great encounters of warfare arrayed over the plains, with no part of yours in peril.
  • I don't think any of us think of ourselves as artists or actors - clowns, we'll accept that label.
  • Independence doesn't mean you decide the way you want.
  • I have a band called Sons of the Lawless.
  • I believe you should find at least two hours of every day to spend doing the things that make you happy and relieve stress. I try to wake up a little early so I have an hour to work out and try to allow at least an hour a day to hang with friends.
  • A strong emotion, especially if experienced for the first time, leaves a vivid memory of the scene where it occurred.
  • I love chicken. I would eat chicken fingers on Thanksgiving if it were socially acceptable.
  • I think it's great that young girls have the WNBA to look up to now.
  • They were using the dolls to project their dreams of their own futures as adult women.
  • I find that on most films it's very difficult to have a backlit movie in an exterior.
  • Lift others and yourself as you rise above this mess of comparison. Thank God for those who embraced their true selves and gave us gifts that only they could give: from Steve Jobs to Michael Jackson to Ray Charles to Mark Twain. There are so many more, and the list goes on.
  • I'm a 1960s flowerchild who has refused to grow up.
  • Do you think I'm wandering around all day thinking, 'I must write a song called 'Three Coins In The Fountain'?' Only an idiot would do that.
  • I am deeply concerned that, without peace and a two-state solution, the Jewish and democratic nature of Israel is in danger. That's why I have opposed Israel's settlement policy since 1973, and that's why I have favored a two-state solution since 1967.
  • My dancers expect me to deliver because my choreography represents their livelihood.
  • I am Lebanese, and I know the interests of my country.
  • The pull between sound and syntax creates a kind of musical tension in the language that interests me.
  • This idea that light plays an important part in our life is important to me.
  • I'll tell you what freedom is to me: no fear. I mean really, no fear!
  • Playtime and toys are good for kids, or they wouldn't buy them. McDonald's can provide that experience. And having dinner with the family is good for kids.
  • The biggest compliments I've heard about 'That Metal Show' are the ones from people that say that they don't even listen to this kind of music, but, 'We love watching the show.'
  • A lot of corporations now have venture arms that are investing in young entrepreneurs or building programs within so you can disrupt yourself internally instead of looking to those external factors.
  • I understood that the will could not be improved before the mind had been enlightened.
  • What many people don't know about 'Peter Pan' is that it's a very violent book and Hook is one of the most finely observed villains ever.
  • Playing with decks, for me, has always been about trying new things. I make it a point to keep trying different things, keep pushing it a little bit at a time.
  • We put a lot of pride into our work, and to have it show on Sundays is a testament to all the work we've put in.
  • Five to 10 years from now, if not sooner, the vast majority of 'The New Republic' readers are likely to be reading it on a tablet.
  • Actually, the year 2000 is our 25th anniversary of doing Captain & Tennille. I can't believe it. It's like, how is this possible?
  • Egotism is not a good quality. It's not something to be admired or even tolerated. It wouldn't be tolerated in a field commander and it shouldn't be tolerated in a movie director.
  • The lifeblood of YouTube is sharing.
  • Nobody is opposed to paying taxes; governments need to coordinate, work together and simplify the law.
  • Television makes so much at its worst that it can't afford to do its best.
  • India is desperately romantic, utterly unashamed of its sentimentality, its generosity, its fierce pride and massive heart.
  • Grandpa didn't have any idea of customer service. But he wanted to make a living. Eventually, we saw it was not in our best interest to be arguing with customers.
  • A huge dollar bill is the most accurate way to teach children the real motto of the United States: In the Almighty Dollar We Trust... Until the average American realizes that capitalism damages her livelihood while augmenting the livelihoods of the wealthy, the Almighty Dollar will continue to rule. It certainly is not ruling in our favor.
  • Revolt is not reform, and one revolutionary administration is not good government.
  • The voters reward good performance. So, I'm going to go out and focus, if I become the governor, to do the very best job I can as governor. The rest of it will take care of itself.
  • I think the main thing that I've learned while working on 'Let's Stay Together' is how to balance mommyhood and working.
  • When more Chinese started coming after the Gold Rush, employed on large projects like the Pacific Railroad, anti-Chinese sentiment became shrill.
  • To disbelieve is easy; to scoff is simple; to have faith is harder.
  • Did people think I sounded black? Totally, but that was a marketing tool as well, but also this is how I grew up and these are my influences.
  • I haven't seen Clones, which has been during this period when I haven't seen much of anything, but I did see Phantom Menace, and see my feelings about it - see, first of all, I think that when you make a lot of movies, your attitude about the movies changes.