Tend Quotes

  • For mental illnesses, we need better access to treatment and diagnosis.
  • The managers are getting paid very well by their respective clubs to do a job for their clubs not the country they are working in.
  • No, I've never played baseball in my life.
  • I remember when I grew up and Dad would take me to kindergarten in the morning, and you could smell the chips in the air from the factory nearby.
  • I remember when I first encountered anthropocentrism. I was in primary school and, in preparation for our confirmation, the class was learning about the afterlife.
  • We must do everything we can to be more aggressive in confronting Syria about what they are doing in Iraq.
  • Women tend to lag in adopting new technology quickly.
  • I studied cooking in Spain after college.
  • Those were the ideals that drove us to nationalization of the health service.
  • I remember very vividly - I wrote about it in one of my books - my first IRA. I contributed $2,000 every year, and in 21 years, the funds in that IRA account grew to $260,000. Seems like sort of a miracle, but it happened.
  • I know an awful lot of Hollywood people, who are so self-important, I can't understand it.
  • His foe was folly and his weapon wit.
  • Well, you know, in any novel you would hope that the hero has someone to push back against, and villains - I find the most interesting villains those who do the right things for the wrong reasons, or the wrong things for the right reasons. Either one is interesting. I love the gray area between right and wrong.
  • All of Britain's aid is spent in Britain's national interests, and some of it contributes to Britain's national security as well.
  • Women tend to break the network of friends they make, but it is a habit that men have learned. It is an approach to life that involves planning almost without thinking about it. And men sustain this. I came from a northern grammar school. I had a good education, but I didn't have a good network.
  • Also, many consumers consider a critic to be like God Almighty.
  • All churches and all religions contain aspects of the truth, but only God is truth.
  • I've put everything I had and I've given my readers 120 percent, and that's the truth.
  • We must never assume that which is incapable of proof.
  • Cockroaches and socialites are the only things that can stay up all night and eat anything.
  • If I was coming into the business today, I wouldn't be in it. Knowing what I know, absolutely not.
  • I remember when I was a private soldier. I remember the days when I was taken care of and when I was not taken care of.
  • Women tend to give political candidates only about 10 percent of what males give, and males give women candidates only 10 percent of what they give to males.
  • My book is already online. I can type 150 words a minute. I took typing in high school.
  • While I tend to keep embellishment minimal as my clients often possess some of the finest jewellery, I enjoy creating ornamentation that appears like installations, to compliment the overall look.
  • As a result of the strategic patience policy, we now have North Korea testing four times an atomic weapon; they've violated numerous United Nations sanctions, U.S. sanctions by launching ballistic missile tests.
  • I still think it would be a great mistake to go into a war without support of our friends and allies.
  • Not to get too deep on shaving my mustache, but it was kind of symbolic of, 'This is a moment of liberation, a chance to reinvent yourself.' That's kind of what I did.
  • In the luxury business, you have to build on heritage.
  • The resurrection of Jesus Christ was necessary to establish the truth of his mission and put the stamp of all-conquering power on his gospel.
  • I have always maintained that in basketball the importance of the mental to the physical is about four to one.
  • No, I'm so well-known at home I think they think of me like a piece of comfortable furniture that's always been around that they're not going to throw out.
  • I think it's good not to make demands on the reader too early. But as the poem goes on, I want the journey of the poem to lead into some interesting places.
  • I didn't really start going to see a lot of musicals and live theater probably until I was in seventh or eighth grade, maybe my first year of high school, and by that time I'd probably seen 'Grease' twice a year every year of my life.
  • I expect my next job to be outside government.
  • I don't really want to control anyone, to be honest.
  • Even as voters, we try to keep up with the guys as much as possible, mainly through television or ESPN.
  • I never help my kids and I never encourage them and I never give them any advice.
  • We had a very upwardly mobile economy, and that peaked around the 1950s when the typical middle-class American family consisted of a father with a job and stay-at-home mom who took care of the kids.
  • When we tend to the areas of life that are important to us, when we make those things a priority, that's when we will flourish in those areas.
  • I remember watching 'I Love Lucy' with my little brother. We were obsessed with 'I Love Lucy.' And I just remember thinking, 'I want to do that.' I love old comedic actresses - Madeline Kahn, Lucille Ball.
  • The best start-ups might be considered slightly less extreme kinds of cults. The biggest difference is that cults tend to be fanatically wrong about something important. People at a successful start-up are fanatically right about something those outside it have missed.
  • I remember the first time I had sex - I kept the receipt.
  • They had been monitoring the site for a very long time, and at times, I received over 100 hits from the Department of Defense on the website, so I wasn't the slightest bit surprised.
  • They had me on the operating table all day. They looked into my stomach, my gall bladder, they examined everything inside of me. Know what they decided? I need glasses.
  • I remember wearing overcoats, hiding in the bushes outside of Abbey Road Studios, waiting for the traffic to clear. As it did, we would drop our overcoats and run out on to the cross walk and strike our poses.
  • I remember the mid-'50s well. It was when my life changed, and I left acting to become one of the first female television news reporters in the U.K.
  • You tend to be afraid when someone seems foreign to you. But if you aren't careful, that can lead to bigotry.