180000 famous quotes part 144 – 143001 to 144000

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180000 famous quotes part 144 – 143001 to 144000

143001. Fear? If I have gained anything by damning myself, it is that I no longer have anything to fear. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143002. Fascism is not defined by the number of its victims, but by the way it kills them. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143003. Evil is the product of the ability of humans to make abstract that which is concrete. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143004. Every existing thing is born without reason, prolongs itself out of weakness, and dies by chance. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143005. Every age has its own poetry; in every age the circumstances of history choose a nation, a race, a class to take up the torch by creating situations that can be expressed or transcended only through poetry. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143006. Acting is happy agony. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143007. Being is. Being is in-itself. Being is what it is. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143008. Acting is a question of absorbing other people’s personalities and adding some of your own experience. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143009. Existence precedes and rules essence. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143010. Ah! yes, I know: those who see me rarely trust my word: I must look too intelligent to keep it. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143011. A lost battle is a battle one thinks one has lost. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143012. All human actions are equivalent and all are on principle doomed to failure. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143013. All that I know about my life, it seems, I have learned in books. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143014. As far as men go, it is not what they are that interests me, but what they can become. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143015. I am no longer sure of anything. If I satiate my desires, I sin but I deliver myself from them; if I refuse to satisfy them, they infect the whole soul. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143016. If a victory is told in detail, one can no longer distinguish it from a defeat. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143017. I tell you in truth: all men are Prophets or else God does not exist. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143018. I say a murder is abstract. You pull the trigger and after that you do not understand anything that happens. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143019. Freedom is what you do with what’s been done to you. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143020. I have no need for good souls: an accomplice is what I wanted. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143021. I hate victims who respect their executioners. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143022. I do not believe in God; his existence has been disproved by Science. But in the concentration camp, I learned to believe in men. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143023. Generosity is nothing else than a craze to possess. All which I abandon, all which I give, I enjoy in a higher manner through the fact that I give it away. To give is to enjoy possessively the object which one gives. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143024. I am not virtuous. Our sons will be if we shed enough blood to give them the right to be. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143025. Hell is other people. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143026. God is absence. God is the solitude of man. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143027. If I became a philosopher, if I have so keenly sought this fame for which I’m still waiting, it’s all been to seduce women basically. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143028. Words are more treacherous and powerful than we think. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143029. I confused things with their names: that is belief. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143030. You must be afraid, my son. That is how one becomes an honest citizen. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143031. If you are lonely when you’re alone, you are in bad company. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143032. It disturbs me no more to find men base, unjust, or selfish than to see apes mischievous, wolves savage, or the vulture ravenous. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143033. It is only in our decisions that we are important. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143034. Words are loaded pistols. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143035. For an occurrence to become an adventure, it is necessary and sufficient for one to recount it. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143036. If literature isn’t everything, it’s not worth a single hour of someone’s trouble. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143037. Who can exhaust a man? Who knows a man’s resources? – Jean-Paul Sartre

143038. She believed in nothing; only her skepticism kept her from being an atheist. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143039. That God does not exist, I cannot deny, That my whole being cries out for God I cannot forget. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143040. Only the guy who isn’t rowing has time to rock the boat. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143041. When the rich wage war, it’s the poor who die. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143042. When rich people fight wars with one another, poor people are the ones to die. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143043. What do I care about Jupiter? Justice is a human issue, and I do not need a god to teach it to me. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143044. We must act out passion before we can feel it. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143045. We do not know what we want and yet we are responsible for what we are – that is the fact. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143046. We do not judge the people we love. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143047. Total war is no longer war waged by all members of one national community against all those of another. It is total… because it may well involve the whole world. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143048. To eat is to appropriate by destruction. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143049. Three o’clock is always too late or too early for anything you want to do. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143050. There is only one day left, always starting over: it is given to us at dawn and taken away from us at dusk. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143051. There are two types of poor people, those who are poor together and those who are poor alone. The first are the true poor, the others are rich people out of luck. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143052. The poor don’t know that their function in life is to exercise our generosity. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143053. Life begins on the other side of despair. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143054. No finite point has meaning without an infinite reference point. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143055. Life has no meaning the moment you loose the illusion of being eternal. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143056. Like all dreamers, I mistook disenchantment for truth. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143057. Man is condemned to be free; because once thrown into the world, he is responsible for everything he does. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143058. Man is fully responsible for his nature and his choices. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143059. Man is not the sum of what he has already, but rather the sum of what he does not yet have, of what he could have. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143060. The existentialist says at once that man is anguish. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143061. Neither sex, without some fertilization of the complimentary characters of the other, is capable of the highest reaches of human endeavor. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143062. The best work is not what is most difficult for you; it is what you do best. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143063. Once you hear the details of victory, it is hard to distinguish it from a defeat. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143064. One always dies too soon or too late. And yet, life is there, finished: the line is drawn, and it must all be added up. You are nothing other than your life. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143065. One cannot become a saint when one works sixteen hours a day. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143066. One is still what one is going to cease to be and already what one is going to become. One lives one’s death, one dies one’s life. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143067. Politics is a science. You can demonstrate that you are right and that others are wrong. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143068. My thought is me: that is why I cannot stop thinking. I exist because I think I cannot keep from thinking. – Jean-Paul Sartre

143069. One congressman asked ‘I just want to know if you’ve accepted Jesus Christ as your personal savior. The minister looked stunned, and he said ‘no.’ The whole table almost fell on the floor. The congressman was quite serious. That was his litmus test. – Jim Sasser

143070. If you want to treat China as an enemy, you have a much better chance of making them an enemy than if you treat them as a potential friend. – Jim Sasser

143071. Soldiers are citizens of death’s grey land, drawing no dividend from time’s tomorrows. – Siegfried Sassoon

143072. Soldiers are dreamers; when the guns begin they think of firelit homes, clean beds, and wives. – Siegfried Sassoon

143073. Man, it seemed, had been created to jab the life out of Germans. – Siegfried Sassoon

143074. I have seen and endured the sufferings of the troops, and I can no longer be a party to prolong these sufferings for ends which I believe to be evil and unjust. – Siegfried Sassoon

143075. I am a soldier, convinced that I am acting on behalf of soldiers. – Siegfried Sassoon

143076. I am making this statement as an act of wilful defiance of military authority, because I believe that the War is being deliberately prolonged by those who have the power to end it. – Siegfried Sassoon

143077. I am not protesting against the conduct of the war, but against the political errors and insincerities for which the fighting men are being sacrificed. – Siegfried Sassoon

143078. I believe that the purpose for which I and my fellow soldiers entered upon this war should have been so clearly stated as to have made it impossible to change them, and that, had this been done, the objects which actuated us would now be attainable by negotiation. – Siegfried Sassoon

143079. In me the tiger sniffs the rose. – Siegfried Sassoon

143080. We believe that more than 4 percent of the children in this country suffer ADHD… We want to know how to better identify and refer children for treatment. – David Satcher

143081. I’m convinced that we can shape a different future for this country as it relates to mental health and as it relates to suicide. – David Satcher

143082. Our nation’s blood supply is safer than it’s ever been, and it’s getting safer as we speak. – David Satcher

143083. Seventy-five percent of women who smoke would like to quit, and yet only two to three percent quit every year… It’s significant because we can help women quit smoking. – David Satcher

143084. The same things that lead to disparities in health in this country on a day-to-day basis led to disparities in the impact of Hurricane Katrina. – David Satcher

143085. When I was young, I was told: ‘You’ll see, when you’re fifty.’ I am fifty and I haven’t seen a thing. – Erik Satie

143086. The musician is perhaps the most modest of animals, but he is also the proudest. It is he who invented the sublime art of ruining poetry. – Erik Satie

143087. So much is asked of parents, and so little is given. – Virginia Satir

143088. What lingers from the parent’s individual past, unresolved or incomplete, often becomes part of her or his irrational parenting. – Virginia Satir

143089. We need 4 hugs a day for survival. We need 8 hugs a day for maintenance. We need 12 hugs a day for growth. – Virginia Satir

143090. We must not allow other people’s limited perceptions to define us. – Virginia Satir

143091. The recommended daily requirement for hugs is: four per day for survival, eight per day for maintenance, and twelve per day for growth. – Virginia Satir

143092. Problems are not the problem; coping is the problem. – Virginia Satir

143093. Life is not what it’s supposed to be. It’s what it is. The way you cope with it is what makes the difference. – Virginia Satir

143094. Feelings of worth can flourish only in an atmosphere where individual differences are appreciated, mistakes are tolerated, communication is open, and rules are flexible – the kind of atmosphere that is found in a nurturing family. – Virginia Satir

143095. Every word, facial expression, gesture, or action on the part of a parent gives the child some message about self-worth. It is sad that so many parents don’t realize what messages they are sending. – Virginia Satir

143096. Adolescents are not monsters. They are just people trying to learn how to make it among the adults in the world, who are probably not so sure themselves. – Virginia Satir

143097. We can learn something new anytime we believe we can. – Virginia Satir

143098. It was also during my tenure of office that the Japanese Government agreed to the conclusion of a Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and signed it, pursuing a policy in harmony with the avowed desire of the people. – Eisaku Sato

143099. Subsequently, the Japanese people experienced a variety of vicissitudes and were involved in international disputes, eventually, for the first time in their history, experiencing the horrors of modern warfare on their own soil during World War II. – Eisaku Sato

143100. The desire to see Okinawa returned to Japan developed into a broad national consensus among our people. – Eisaku Sato

143101. Japan is the only country in the world to have suffered the ravages of atomic bombing. That experience left an indelible mark on the hearts of our people, making them passionately determined to renounce all wars. – Eisaku Sato

143102. It is only natural that for any statesman at the helm of any government the question of his country’s security should be a concern of the utmost importance. – Eisaku Sato

143103. All through the years since World War II, the Japanese people have, I am convinced, made strenuous efforts to preserve and promote world peace, contributing to the progress and prosperity of mankind. – Eisaku Sato

143104. If the attainment of peace is the ultimate objective of all statesmen, it is, at the same time, something very ordinary, closely tied to the daily life of each individual. – Eisaku Sato

143105. The international order established at the end of World War II could certainly have been worse. However, this order did contain certain factors which bore within them the seeds of instability. – Eisaku Sato

143106. It is the earnest hope of our people that the world may see the day when all nuclear weapons are abolished. – Eisaku Sato

143107. Extend a hand whether or not you know it shall be grasped. – Ryunosuke Satoro

143108. Find patience in the breath of life. – Ryunosuke Satoro

143109. Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean. – Ryunosuke Satoro

143110. Let your dreams outgrow the shoes of your expectations. – Ryunosuke Satoro

143111. The real war is not between the West and the East. The real war is between intelligent and stupid people. – Marjane Satrapi

143112. Image is an international language. – Marjane Satrapi

143113. The first writing of the human being was drawing, not writing. – Marjane Satrapi

143114. My connection with the Reich Ministers was of a purely official nature and was very infrequent. – Fritz Sauckel

143115. I attended the elementary school at Schweinfurt and the secondary school. – Fritz Sauckel

143116. I was never informed in advance about the start of the war or about foreign political developments. – Fritz Sauckel

143117. I was member of the Diet as long as it existed, until May 1933. – Fritz Sauckel

143118. I was elected to the Diet in the same way as at every parliamentary election. – Fritz Sauckel

143119. I joined the Party definitely in 1923 after having already been in sympathy with it before. – Fritz Sauckel

143120. I had to examine myself very thoroughly to find the right path personally. – Fritz Sauckel

143121. I had repeatedly made written requests to the Fuehrer that I might be allowed to join the Wehrmacht as an ordinary soldier. He refused to give me this permission. – Fritz Sauckel

143122. In my Gau, as far as I know, only Communists who had actually worked against the State were arrested. – Fritz Sauckel

143123. I could not have the honour of being a German soldier because of my imprisonment in the First World War. And in this world war the Fuehrer refuses to allow me to serve as a soldier. – Fritz Sauckel

143124. I became Gauleiter in 1927. – Fritz Sauckel

143125. At that time we were very definitely told that under no circumstances should there be any secret chapters or any other secrecy in the life of the Party, but that everything should be done publicly. – Fritz Sauckel

143126. As regards personal relationships I cannot say that I had any particularly personal intercourse with anyone. – Fritz Sauckel

143127. As I, as a worker, came to know them, the aims of German trade unions were political, and there were a number of various trade unions with varied political views. – Fritz Sauckel

143128. As a cabin boy on a Norwegian sailing ship I earned five kronen a week in addition to my keep. – Fritz Sauckel

143129. Although as a sailor I despised politics – for I loved my sailor’s life and still love it today – conditions forced me to take up a definite attitude towards political problems. – Fritz Sauckel

143130. The citizen parties, by an absolute majority, elected a National Socialist Government. – Fritz Sauckel

143131. I did that all the more, if I may say so, because I was aware of the fact that there is an inclination to go to extremes in German people, and in the German character generally. – Fritz Sauckel

143132. When she became very ill with heart trouble, I saw that it would be impossible for my parents to provide for my studies, and I obtained their permission to go to sea to make a career for myself there. – Fritz Sauckel

143133. Many years before I had left a beautiful country and a rich nation and I returned to that country six years later to find it fundamentally changed and in a state of upheaval, and in great spiritual and material need. – Fritz Sauckel

143134. One day I heard a speech of Hitler. In this speech he said that the German factory worker and the German labourer must make common cause with the German intellectual worker. – Fritz Sauckel

143135. The controversies between the proletariat and the middle class had to be smoothed out and bridged over by each getting to know and understand the other. – Fritz Sauckel

143136. The Diet was dissolved by a Reich Government decree. – Fritz Sauckel

143137. The dissolution of the trade unions was in the air then. – Fritz Sauckel

143138. Through the Young Men’s Christian Association and principally in Australia and North America, as well as in South America, I came into contact with families of these countries. – Fritz Sauckel

143139. It so happened that I was on a German sailing vessel on the way to Australia when the ship was captured, and on the high seas I was made prisoner by the French. – Fritz Sauckel

143140. I am very proud of the fact that many workers in my Gau, numerous former Communists and Social Democrats were won over by us and became local group leaders and Party functionaries. – Fritz Sauckel

143141. I lost the ball in the moon. – Hank Sauer

143142. The first week Banks was with us, we knew he was going to be a star. – Hank Sauer

143143. The fans treated me royally. – Hank Sauer

143144. After I’d hit a home run and took my position in the field, the fans in the bleachers began throwing packages of tobacco at me. I stuffed them in my pocket. – Hank Sauer

143145. I don’t know how it started but someone must have noticed I was always chewing tobacco or smoking a pipe. – Hank Sauer

143146. But when I go to Chicago, I know I’m home. – Hank Sauer

143147. The citizen’s job is to be rude – to pierce the comfort of professional intercourse by boorish expressions of doubt. – John Ralston Saul

143148. Unregulated competition is a naive metaphor for anarchy. – John Ralston Saul

143149. Only when God was said to have died did various leaders, professions and sectors risk pushing themselves forward as successors. – John Ralston Saul

143150. Nothing is absolute, with the debatable exceptions of this statement and death. – John Ralston Saul

143151. Freedom – an occupied space which must be reoccupied every day. – John Ralston Saul

143152. Everyone has an equal right to inequality. – John Ralston Saul

143153. Either God is alive, in which case he’ll deal with us as he sees fit. Or he is dead, in which case he was never alive, it being unlikely that he died of old age. – John Ralston Saul

143154. Democracy is the only system capable of reflecting the humanist premise of equilibrium or balance. The key to its secret is the involvement of the citizen. – John Ralston Saul

143155. Dictionary – opinion expressed as truth in alphabetical order. – John Ralston Saul

143156. If allowed to run free of the social system, capitalism will attempt to corrupt and undermine democracy, which is after all not a natural state. – John Ralston Saul

143157. Humanism: an exaltation of freedom, but one limited by our need to exercise it as an integral part of nature and society. – John Ralston Saul

143158. A Big Mac – the communion wafer of consumption. – John Ralston Saul

143159. Anglo Saxons: To blame for everything. – John Ralston Saul

143160. Armaments; extremely useful for fighting wars, a deadweight in any civil economy. – John Ralston Saul

143161. Bankers – pillars of society who are going to hell if there is a God and He has been accurately quoted. – John Ralston Saul

143162. Money is not real. It is a conscious agreement on measuring value. – John Ralston Saul

143163. Marx was fortunate to have been born eighty years before Walt Disney. Disney also promised a child’s paradise and unlike Marx, delivered on his promise. – John Ralston Saul

143164. Character is that sum total of moments we can’t explain. – George Saunders

143165. Irony is just honesty with the volume cranked up. – George Saunders

143166. There might be a different model for a literary community that’s quicker, more real-time, and involves more spontaneity. – George Saunders

143167. No, sometimes we just have to take liberties because the idea was so good. I wish we’d just gone with the idea that Patsy had been a man. It would have been fantastic. – Jennifer Saunders

143168. Well, I’m lucky because, you see, I’ll probably bounce back from this role. – Jennifer Saunders

143169. Well, I would definitely give up performing… But I would still sit down in an office and pretend to write with Dawn, even if we never produced anything, because it’s just hilarious. I would miss that. – Jennifer Saunders

143170. We were watching the first series recently, and it has a charm, a kind of amateur charm. At that point we didn’t involve ourselves technically at all – we just messed about and told our jokes – and it looks a bit like that. – Jennifer Saunders

143171. We had this party in New York, and there were a lot of gay men there dressed up as the characters. I showed up just looking like myself, but it was a real case of shame. They looked so fantastic. We could never quite live up to it. – Jennifer Saunders

143172. They have become part of us in that if we get dressed up as them, we don’t actually have to have a script. You can just become them. You just become nervy. – Jennifer Saunders

143173. There were a lot of areas we didn’t cover that I’m hoping to cover if we do some specials. One is to see more of Patsy’s home and her home life, which is just the saddest thing. – Jennifer Saunders

143174. The reason they keep it so tight is that no one liked them, so that without each other, actually, they couldn’t exist. They support each other. They support their flaws and everything else. – Jennifer Saunders

143175. Lacroix has been fantastic. He’s very nice. He gets the joke, and I think that’s a good thing. – Jennifer Saunders

143176. I’d much rather have sat there and just been a fly on the wall, instead of having to smile at people. I’d rather have been a waitress. Just gone round and stared at people. – Jennifer Saunders

143177. I remember when the first police scary video thing came out, and you thought, wow, ooh, look at this, come and look, come and look. And now it’s on every channel. – Jennifer Saunders

143178. I love the TV show, and if you make a bad movie it means you’ve soiled it. Just like if we made an advert. We were offered so many times and I’d say, look, this is the good thing, and you can’t compromise that, because then you compromise the integrity of the characters. – Jennifer Saunders

143179. I grew up with a mother who, every time she saw something, would say, I’m going to look that up. And I’ve become that person – I’ve become the reference-book person. – Jennifer Saunders

143180. I can remember the first face-lift show that came on. I rang up everyone – are you watching? I’m watching. – Jennifer Saunders

143181. But I think our humour is exactly the same today. Only, we’ve made rules now. We’ve said we are not going to do prosthetic make-up scenes, because when they take it off half your face comes off. – Jennifer Saunders

143182. You get crushes on people. You have to see them every day in that week. They’re a fantastic person, and it could be a man or a woman. – Jennifer Saunders

143183. Men would find it much harder because men have such odd personal relationships with each other. They don’t really emotionally connect, whereas women do. I think women become very close. – Jennifer Saunders

143184. The law often allows what honor forbids. – Bernard Joseph Saurin

143185. Valor is common but great souls are rare. – Bernard Joseph Saurin

143186. Nothing is sacred to a gamester. – Bernard Joseph Saurin

143187. In general, the philological movement opened up countless sources relevant to linguistic issues, treating them in quite a different spirit from traditional grammar; for instance, the study of inscriptions and their language. But not yet in the spirit of linguistics. – Ferdinand de Saussure

143188. Linguistics will have to recognise laws operating universally in language, and in a strictly rational manner, separating general phenomena from those restricted to one branch of languages or another. – Ferdinand de Saussure

143189. The very special place that a language occupies among institutions is undeniable, but there is much more to be said-, a comparison would tend rather to bring out the differences. – Ferdinand de Saussure

143190. The first of these phases is that of grammar, invented by the Greeks and carried on unchanged by the French. It never had any philosophical view of a language as such. – Ferdinand de Saussure

143191. The critical principle demanded an examination, for instance, of the contribution of different periods, thus to some extent embarking on historical linguistics. – Ferdinand de Saussure

143192. The business, task or object of the scientific study of languages will if possible be 1) to trace the history of all known languages. Naturally this is possible only to a very limited extent and for very few languages. – Ferdinand de Saussure

143193. Outside speech, the association that is made in the memory between words having something in common creates different groups, series, families, within which very diverse relations obtain but belonging to a single category: these are associative relations. – Ferdinand de Saussure

143194. Nearly all institutions, it might be said, are based on signs, but these signs do not directly evoke things. – Ferdinand de Saussure

143195. Within speech, words are subject to a kind of relation that is independent of the first and based on their linkage: these are syntagmatic relations, of which I have spoken. – Ferdinand de Saussure

143196. Whitney wanted to eradicate the idea that in the case of a language we are dealing with a natural faculty; in fact, social institutions stand opposed to natural institutions. – Ferdinand de Saussure

143197. A language presupposes that all the individual users possess the organs. – Ferdinand de Saussure

143198. It is one of the aims of linguistics to define itself, to recognise what belongs within its domain. In those cases where it relies upon psychology, it will do so indirectly, remaining independent. – Ferdinand de Saussure

143199. In fact, from then on scholars engaged in a kind of game of comparing different Indo-European languages with one another, and eventually they could not fail to wonder what exactly these connections showed, and how they should be interpreted in concrete terms. – Ferdinand de Saussure

143200. Henceforth, language studies were no longer directed merely towards correcting grammar. – Ferdinand de Saussure

143201. Everyone, left to his own devices, forms an idea about what goes on in language which is very far from the truth. – Ferdinand de Saussure

143202. Any psychology of sign systems will be part of social psychology – that is to say, will be exclusively social; it will involve the same psychology as is applicable in the case of languages. – Ferdinand de Saussure

143203. A linguistic system is a series of differences of sound combined with a series of differences of ideas. – Ferdinand De Saussure

143204. It is useful to the historian, among others, to be able to see the commonest forms of different phenomena, whether phonetic, morphological or other, and how language lives, carries on and changes over time. – Ferdinand de Saussure

143205. It is only since linguistics has become more aware of its object of study, i.e. perceives the whole extent of it, that it is evident that this science can make a contribution to a range of studies that will be of interest to almost anyone. – Ferdinand de Saussure

143206. Training is such a vital part of preparation for a game, you really do train to play. It tops up your ability, like sharpening a carving knife. You can get away with not doing it for a while, as long as you have reached a certain standard of fitness. – Graeme Le Saux

143207. We spent a lot of time on the beach when I was young so I’d also take pictures of seaweed and crabs. – Graeme Le Saux

143208. What it all boils down to for me is having the enthusiasm to do something for enjoyment and being stimulated by what’s around you. That’s what photography does for me. – Graeme Le Saux

143209. When you live by the sea, there are definite seasons when you can see the weather coming and going, which lends itself to photography. – Graeme Le Saux

143210. Why go now? That is the question people asked when I announced I was retiring. A combination of things made me feel it was all drawing to a natural end. – Graeme Le Saux

143211. You need to be an adrenalin junkie when you travel with kids. – Graeme Le Saux

143212. The first year I sold a photo to was a lady who thought I was a chef, for some reason. I’ve no idea why. – Graeme Le Saux

143213. Sometimes I’ll go by and there are a couple of swans, the next day it’s a few ducks. I’d like to stop there every day for a year and capture how it changes, then put it all together to create an incredible image of a traditional English scene. – Graeme Le Saux

143214. I’d very much like to create my own style as a photographer, even if it’s just for myself. – Graeme Le Saux

143215. Digital has obviously changed things a lot, but not all for the better as far as I’m concerned. Of course it’s much more convenient and you’re getting instant results, but to me it just lacks the finesse of a roll of film and it has a slightly superimposed feel. – Graeme Le Saux

143216. So it was a hard decision but I know it is the right one. – Graeme Le Saux

143217. I was pleased that two very disparate photographs, two images that each worked in their own way had appealed enough to other people for them to buy them. I was also relieved they weren’t the last ones purchased, and that they sold for a pound more than the frame was worth. – Graeme Le Saux

143218. I’ve had one very bad ankle injury but otherwise I’ve been incredibly lucky with my fitness. I’ve worked hard at it and I’ve always been fit even compared to other players. That sustains you through various parts of your career, but I am 36. – Graeme Le Saux

143219. I’ve never put myself in the mindset that I’m actually any good at taking pictures, I just love to shoot things that catch my eye, whether it’s landscapes or just my kids. – Graeme Le Saux

143220. In the last year my wife has noticed me struggling to get downstairs on a Sunday morning. I’ve two young children and football has been so good to me over the years I don’t want to spoil it. – Graeme Le Saux

143221. The problem for me is that I’ve never actually studied photography, so it’s quite a steep learning curve. Cameras these days do so much for you automatically but I still think there’s a point where you should actually know the technical side. – Graeme Le Saux

143222. My wife Mariana is a good photographer too and, like me, she just picks up a camera and takes a picture when she sees something, rather than looking too deeply into it. – Graeme Le Saux

143223. From my point of view what I have to do now is appreciate and enjoy what football gave me, but now do something else with the same energy and enthusiasm I gave to football without expecting the same results. – Graeme Le Saux

143224. Remember kids, I have life insurance. – Adam Savage

143225. The best-case scenario is that the glass shatters in my face! How do you think that makes me feel? – Adam Savage

143226. Let’s get on our knees and pray. I don’t know to whom. Is there a patron saint of ballistics gel? – Adam Savage

143227. This is the point in the show where we say, “Oh, what else do we have in the van that’s flammable?” – Adam Savage

143228. My dignity and good television – they’ll never meet. – Adam Savage

143229. The only thing that differentiates you and me from a couple of fourteen year old pyromaniacs is balistic glass! – Adam Savage

143230. That’s the show. it’s like 5 minutes of science and then 10 minutes of me hurting myself. – Adam Savage

143231. That was excellent! I mean, it didn’t do anything, but it looked really cool! – Adam Savage

143232. That was cool and that sucked all at the same time. – Adam Savage

143233. Let’s blow some stuff up. – Adam Savage

143234. Stand back! I gotta get some rocket fuel out of the fridge! – Adam Savage

143235. We’re not leaving here without Buster, man. Leave no crash-test dummy behind! – Adam Savage

143236. My advice is keep your lips away from the spinning things. – Adam Savage

143237. That aesthetic of the Star Wars universe: the do-it-yourself, hotrod ethic that George Lucas exported from his childhood, is exactly the same kind of soul behind what we do and build for the show. It may not look pretty, but it gets the job done. – Adam Savage

143238. Bigger is always better. – Adam Savage

143239. Am I about to feel really, really stupid? – Adam Savage

143240. There is no dignity in television. – Adam Savage

143241. Jamie’s gonna go take a break now, and i am going to continue the on-going process of making a fool of myself and go ahead and try it myself. – Adam Savage

143242. Failure is always an option. – Adam Savage

143243. Firemen have the coolest toys ever! – Adam Savage

143244. I am now standing in a mixture of cooling fluid, gasoline, and cola. – Adam Savage

143245. I have some ideas on how to fix that. They’re not very good ideas, but at least they’re ideas! – Adam Savage

143246. I just had one of those “what the hell are we doing” moments. – Adam Savage

143247. I reject your reality and substitute my own. – Adam Savage

143248. I would have to say that looked like it hurt. – Adam Savage

143249. Jamie doesn’t like to do anything hastily, and I like to do everything incredibly hastily. So therein you have the dichotomy of our patterns. – Adam Savage

143250. I wouldn’t say jamie is an evil genius. I’m not sure he’s evil and I’m not sure he’s a genius. – Adam Savage

143251. Isn’t television glamourous? – Adam Savage

143252. In the spirit of science, there really is no such thing as a “failed experiment.” Any test that yields valid data is a valid test. – Adam Savage

143253. I’m not gonna shoot anyone with the pellet gun… Not unless I have to! – Adam Savage

143254. A lot of the problems teenagers go through, it’s better for them to go through them on their own. If you always have a crutch, you don’t learn anything. – Ben Savage

143255. I’m inspired by music. Sometimes more than I want to be. – Ben Savage

143256. A lot of people say the sitcom is dead. I think they’re right to some extent, in that the shows they’re putting out are all the same. – Ben Savage

143257. But it doesn’t matter what you’re doing, it matters how you’re doing it. – Dan Savage

143258. How can you tell somebody whose is pursuing happiness that they’re somehow not American when that was the very first promise that America made? – Dan Savage

143259. I don’t think that sin and pursuing happiness are not necessarily the same thing. – Dan Savage

143260. One man’s blasphemy doesn’t override other people’s free-speech rights, their freedom to publish, freedom of thought. – Dan Savage

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143261. It is unfortunate that the poor judgment shown by a small group of young actors has tarnished the reputation of every child who has ever appeared before a camera. – Fred Savage

143262. I think Kellie Martin, Reese Witherspoon and Claire Danes represent the future for women in film, and I would be honored to share the stage with any one of them. – Fred Savage

143263. I think we all have a little dark side we keep under wraps. – Fred Savage

143264. I would suggest maintaining a life and a career outside the Industry. This is a fickle business and a lousy one to make a steady living in, so it’s important to have a good family, friends, job and education to fall back on. – Fred Savage

143265. I’d like to see myself married with a child and hopefully still involved in the entertainment business as an actor who is also able to write a bit and direct some projects. – Fred Savage

143266. I’d like to work with any actress from whom I can learn-one who has had many experiences with many directors and is willing to share some of her knowledge with me. – Fred Savage

143267. I think it is important to maintain a sense of self and confidence, not letting either falter for the sake of a particular part or project, no matter how great it might be. – Fred Savage

143268. It’s hard to sleep at night because I’m still wondering where my mother is. – Fred Savage

143269. Now that I’m taking some time off from school, I’ve been reading a lot to make sure I don’t forget everything. It’s mostly classics and nonfiction accounts from actors, directors and writers from the ’40s and ’50s. – Fred Savage

143270. Other acting opportunities had come along, but nothing that was tantalizing enough to me to step away from what I found most interesting. – Fred Savage

143271. The only thing that frightens me a little is when I’m called Kevin rather than Fred, but that’s how people have known me for so many years. So, I can’t really blame them. – Fred Savage

143272. I am an English major in school with an emphasis in creative writing. I think hearing Maya Angelou speak at school last year was one of the best moments Stanford, at least, intellectually, had to offer. – Fred Savage

143273. The term papers make me more crazy, because they involve more variables I cannot directly control! With acting, I feel more power-like I’m making all the choices. – Fred Savage

143274. I love to unwind and watch movies, especially those from the classic black-and-white era. – Fred Savage

143275. I promised to always bring up a glass of water to her before we go to bed, and she promised to never let me dress myself. – Fred Savage

143276. Fox would hire me in a minute. And believe it or not, CNN would, too. – Michael Savage

143277. When anger rushes unrestrained to action, like a hot steed, it stumbles on its way. The man of thought strikes deepest and strikes safely. – Richard Savage

143278. Anger is implanted in us as sort of sting, to make us gnash with our teeth against the devil, to make us vehement against him, not to set us in array against each other. – Richard Savage

143279. Such, Polly, are your sex – part truth, part fiction; – Some thought, much whim and all a contradiction. – Richard Savage

143280. He lives to build, not boast, a generous race; No tenth transmitter of a foolish face. – Richard Savage

143281. If a rich person invests in a business, either directly or through stock purchases, it means business can grow and hire more people. – Terry Savage

143282. The real reason to oppose increasing tax rates on the wealthy is that it’s a good bet they could do more to help the economy if they keep their money rather than have their earnings confiscated by the government and spent on another round of stimulus. – Terry Savage

143283. Driving with one foot on the accelerator and the other on the brake is likely to get you nowhere, but certainly will burn out vital parts of your car. Similarly, cutting taxes on the middle class, but increasing them on the ‘rich’ is likely to result in an economic burnout. – Terry Savage

143284. But only ‘rich’ people by definition have the ‘extra’ money to buy things and invest to create economic growth. Do we really want to tax that ‘extra’ money away – and give it to the government to spend? Does that make any economic sense outside of politics and our emotional desire to make everyone suffer equally through these tough times? – Terry Savage

143285. We’re all born bald, baby. – Telly Savalas

143286. Be able to recognize when you’re reading or hearing material biased to your own side. – Marilyn vos Savant

143287. Be able to hiccup silently, or at least without alerting neighbors to your situation. The first hiccup is an exception. – Marilyn vos Savant

143288. Be able to identify the most common breeds of dogs and cats on sight. – Marilyn vos Savant

143289. Be able to keep a secret or promise when you know in your heart that it is the right thing to do. – Marilyn vos Savant

143290. Be able to live alone, even if you don’t want to and think you will never find it necessary. – Marilyn vos Savant

143291. Be able to meet any deadline, even if your work is done less well than it would be if you had all the time you would have preferred. – Marilyn vos Savant

143292. Be able to notice all the confusion between fact and opinion that appears in the news. – Marilyn vos Savant

143293. Be able to read blueprints, diagrams, floorplans, and other diagrams used in the construction process. – Marilyn vos Savant

143294. Be able to recognize the dangerous snakes, spiders, insects, and plants that live in your area of the country. – Marilyn vos Savant

143295. Be able to sneeze without sounding ridiculous. That means neither stifling yourself or spraying your immediate vicinity. – Marilyn vos Savant

143296. Be able to suffer wearing a necktie or slightly high heels for an entire evening without complaint or early removal. – Marilyn vos Savant

143297. Be able to tell whether garments that look good on the hanger actually look good on you. – Marilyn vos Savant

143298. Be in the habit of experimenting with your clothing so that you don’t get stuck for life with a self-image developed over the course of high school. – Marilyn vos Savant

143299. Email, instant messaging, and cell phones give us fabulous communication ability, but because we live and work in our own little worlds, that communication is totally disorganized. – Marilyn vos Savant

143300. Be able to recognize many of the major constellations and know the stories behind them. – Marilyn vos Savant

143301. Know why certain foods, such as truffles, are expensive. It’s not because they taste best. – Marilyn vos Savant

143302. Know how your representatives stand on major national or state issues. – Marilyn vos Savant

143303. Know the difference between principles based on right or wrong vs. principles based on personal gain, and consider the basis of your own principles. – Marilyn vos Savant

143304. Know the function of a fuse box and the appearance of a tripped circuit breaker. – Marilyn vos Savant

143305. Know the names of past and current artists who are most famous for playing their instruments. – Marilyn vos Savant

143306. Know the official post office abbreviations for all 50 states without having to consult a list. – Marilyn vos Savant

143307. Know what happens when an individual declares bankruptcy and how it affects his or her life. – Marilyn vos Savant

143308. Know what to do if you feel faint or dizzy, especially if you might fall and hit your head. – Marilyn vos Savant

143309. Being defeated is often a temporary condition. Giving up is what makes it permanent. – Marilyn vos Savant

143310. Know which officials are voted into office and which are appointed, and by whom. – Marilyn vos Savant

143311. Know how to travel from your town to a nearby town without a car, either by bus or by rail. – Marilyn vos Savant

143312. Learn at least two classic ballroom dances, at least one of them Latin. – Marilyn vos Savant

143313. Make a habit of canceling every subscription to anything you don’t have time to read. – Marilyn vos Savant

143314. Many people feel they must multi-task because everybody else is multitasking, but this is partly because they are all interrupting each other so much. – Marilyn vos Savant

143315. Multi-tasking arises out of distraction itself. – Marilyn vos Savant

143316. No one would choose to be jerked randomly off task again and again until you have half a dozen things you’re trying to get done, all at the same time. – Marilyn vos Savant

143317. Be able to go shopping for a bathing suit and not become depressed afterward. – Marilyn vos Savant

143318. The length of your education is less important than its breadth, and the length of your life is less important than its depth. – Marilyn vos Savant

143319. Know where to find the sunrise and sunset times and note how the sky looks at those times, at least once. – Marilyn vos Savant

143320. If your head tells you one thing, and your heart tells you another, before you do anything, you should first decide whether you have a better head or a better heart. – Marilyn vos Savant

143321. Capital punishment is the source of many an argument, both good and bad. – Marilyn vos Savant

143322. Evolution has long been the target of illogical arguments that use presumption. – Marilyn vos Savant

143323. Experts say you can’t concentrate on more than one task at a time. – Marilyn vos Savant

143324. Have enough sense to know, ahead of time, when your skills will not extend to wallpapering. – Marilyn vos Savant

143325. Have you ever noticed that when you must struggle to hear something, you close your eyes? – Marilyn vos Savant

143326. I believe that one can indeed work on two or more tasks at once, but in ways yet to be understood. – Marilyn vos Savant

143327. I suspect that some apparently homosexual people are really heterosexuals who deeply phobic about the opposite sex or have other emotional problems. – Marilyn vos Savant

143328. Know how weather, especially humidity, can affect the movement of doors and windows. – Marilyn vos Savant

143329. I would not encourage children or teens to multitask because we don’t know where those efforts may lead. – Marilyn vos Savant

143330. Know how to treat frostbite until you can get indoors. – Marilyn vos Savant

143331. Know about the appeals process, especially in the case of the most serious crimes. – Marilyn vos Savant

143332. Know how and how much to tip people who expect gratuities, even in the case of poor service. – Marilyn vos Savant

143333. Know how to behave at a buffet. Take a clean plate for a second helping. – Marilyn vos Savant

143334. Know how to behave at a fine restaurant, which is a telltale measure of social maturity. – Marilyn vos Savant

143335. Know how to drive safely when it’s raining or when it’s snowing. The two conditions are different. – Marilyn vos Savant

143336. Know how to effectively voice a complaint or make a claim at a retail store. – Marilyn vos Savant

143337. Know how to garnish food so that it is more appealing to the eye and even more flavorful than before. – Marilyn vos Savant

143338. Be in the habit of getting up bright and early on the weekends. Why waste such precious time in bed? – Marilyn vos Savant

143339. I think change is possible, but only for individuals who were never truly gay in the first place and who have a strong personal motivation to recover their heterosexuality. – Marilyn vos Savant

143340. Spending waiting moments doing crossword puzzles or reading a book you brought yourself. – Marilyn vos Savant

143341. While you’re writing, you can’t concentrate nearly as well on what the speaker is saying. – Marilyn vos Savant

143342. The freedom to be an individual is the essence of America. – Marilyn vos Savant

143343. People who work crossword puzzles know that if they stop making progress, they should put the puzzle down for a while. – Marilyn vos Savant

143344. The chess player who develops the ability to play two dozen boards at a time will benefit from learning to compress his or her analysis into less time. – Marilyn vos Savant

143345. Teens think listening to music helps them concentrate. It doesn’t. It relieves them of the boredom that concentration on homework induces. – Marilyn vos Savant

143346. What is the essence of America? Finding and maintaining that perfect, delicate balance between freedom “to” and freedom “from.” – Marilyn vos Savant

143347. Be able to draw an illustration as least well enough to get your point across to another person. – Marilyn vos Savant

143348. When our spelling is perfect, it’s invisible. But when it’s flawed, it prompts strong negative associations. – Marilyn vos Savant

143349. The difference between talking on your cell phone while driving and speaking with a passenger is huge. The person on the other end of the cell phone is chattering away, oblivious. – Marilyn vos Savant

143350. Society needs people who can manage projects in addition to handling individual tasks. – Marilyn vos Savant

143351. To acquire knowledge, one must study; but to acquire wisdom, one must observe. – Marilyn vos Savant

143352. Skill is successfully walking a tightrope between the twin towers of New York’s World Trade Center. Intelligence is not trying. – Marilyn vos Savant

143353. Scientists and creationists are always at odds, of course. – Marilyn vos Savant

143354. Play more than one game at a time. This is a painless way to learn how to do many things at once. – Marilyn vos Savant

143355. Success is achieved by developing our strengths, not by eliminating our weaknesses. – Marilyn vos Savant

143356. Be able to back up a car for a considerable distance in a straight line and back out of a driveway. – Marilyn vos Savant

143357. Be able to describe anything visual, such as a street scene, in words that convey your meaning. – Marilyn vos Savant

143358. Be able to defend your arguments in a rational way. Otherwise, all you have is an opinion. – Marilyn vos Savant

143359. Be able to decline a date so gracefully that the person isn’t embarrassed that he or she asked. – Marilyn vos Savant

143360. Be able to correctly pronounce the words you would like to speak and have excellent spoken grammar. – Marilyn vos Savant

143361. Be able to confide your innermost secrets to your mother and your innermost fears to your father. – Marilyn vos Savant

143362. Working in an office with an array of electronic devices is like trying to get something done at home with half a dozen small children around. The calls for attention are constant. – Marilyn vos Savant

143363. Be able to blow out a dinner candle without sending wax flying across the table. – Marilyn vos Savant

143364. Understand why casinos and racetracks stay in business – the gambler always loses over the long term. – Marilyn vos Savant

143365. Be able to analyze statistics, which can be used to support or undercut almost any argument. – Marilyn vos Savant

143366. Avoid using cigarettes, alcohol, and drugs as alternatives to being an interesting person. – Marilyn vos Savant

143367. Attention-deficit disorders seem to abound in modern society, and we don’t know the cause. – Marilyn vos Savant

143368. At first, I only laughed at myself. Then I noticed that life itself is amusing. I’ve been in a generally good mood ever since. – Marilyn vos Savant

143369. Although spoken English doesn’t obey the rules of written language, a person who doesn’t know the rules thoroughly is at a great disadvantage. – Marilyn vos Savant

143370. A person who learns to juggle six balls will be more skilled than the person who never tries to juggle more than three. – Marilyn vos Savant

143371. A good idea will keep you awake during the morning, but a great idea will keep you awake during the night. – Marilyn vos Savant

143372. Be able to cite three good qualities of every relative or acquaintance that you dislike. – Marilyn vos Savant

143373. The torrent of centuries rolling over the human race, has continually brought new perfections, the cause of which, ever active though unseen, is found in the demands made by our senses, which always in their turns demand to be occupied. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143374. Nothing is more pleasant than to see a pretty woman, her napkin well placed under her arms, one of her hands on the table, while the other carries to her mouth, the choice piece so elegantly carved. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143375. When I need a word and do not find it in French, I select it from other tongues, and the reader has either to understand or translate me. Such is my fate. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143376. Vegetables, which are the lowest in the scale of living things, are fed by roots, which, implanted in the native soil, select by the action of a peculiar mechanism, different subjects, which serve to increase and to nourish them. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143377. Those persons who suffer from indigestion, or who become drunk, are utterly ignorant of the true principles of eating and drinking. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143378. The centuries last passed have also given the taste important extension; the discovery of sugar, and its different preparations, of alcoholic liquors, of wine, ices, vanilla, tea and coffee, have given us flavors hitherto unknown. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143379. All languages had their birth, their apogee and decline. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143380. All men, even those we call savages, have been so tormented by the passion for strong drinks, that limited as their capacities were, they were yet able to manufacture them. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143381. Hearing, which, by the motion of the air, informs us of the motion of sounding or vibrating bodies. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143382. I am essentially an amateur medecin, and this to me is almost a mania. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143383. I will only observe, that that ethereal sense – sight, and touch, which is at the other extremity of the scale, have from time acquired a very remarkable additional power. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143384. Taste, which enables us to distinguish all that has a flavor from that which is insipid. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143385. Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you who you are. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143386. The senses are the organs by which man places himself in connexion with exterior objects. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143387. The discovery of a new dish confers more happiness on humanity, than the discovery of a new star. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143388. The first thing we become convinced of is that man is organized so as to be far more sensible of pain than of pleasure. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143389. The German Doctors say that persons sensible of harmony have one sense more than others. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143390. The number of flavors is infinite, for every soluble body has a peculiar flavor, like none other. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143391. The sense of smell explores; deleterious substances almost always have an unpleasant smell. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143392. The sense of smell, like a faithful counsellor, foretells its character. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143393. Sight and touch, being thus increased in capacity, might belong to some species far superior to man; or rather the human species would be far different had all the senses been thus improved. – Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

143394. Education is what remains when we have forgotten all that we have been taught. – George Savile

143395. A husband without faults is a dangerous observer. – George Savile

143396. A man man may dwell so long upon a thought that it may take him prisoner. – George Savile

143397. A man who is a master of patience is master of everything else. – George Savile

143398. A princely mind will undo a private family. – George Savile

143399. The vanity of teaching doth oft tempt a man to forget that he is a blockhead. – George Savile

143400. He that leaveth nothing to chance will do few things ill, but he will do very few things. – George Savile

143401. Hope is generally a wrong guide, though it is good company along the way. – George Savile

143402. If the laws could speak for themselves, they would complain of the lawyers. – George Savile

143403. Laws are generally not understood by three sorts of persons, viz, by those who make them, by those who execute them, and by those who suffer if they break them. – George Savile

143404. Love is a passion that hath friends in the garrison. – George Savile

143405. Malice is of a low stature, but it hath very long arms. – George Savile

143406. A prince who will not undergo the difficulty of understanding must undergo the danger of trusting. – George Savile

143407. There is reason to think the most celebrated philosophers would have been bunglers at business; but the reason is because they despised it. – George Savile

143408. The best way to suppose what may come, is to remember what is past. – George Savile

143409. Men are not hanged for stealing horses, but that horses may not be stolen. – George Savile

143410. They who are of the opinion that Money will do everything, may very well be suspected to do everything for Money. – George Savile

143411. The sight of a drunkard is a better sermon against that vice than the best that was ever preached on that subject. – George Savile

143412. Many men swallow the being cheated, but no man can ever endure to chew it. – George Savile

143413. The best Qualification of a Prophet is to have a good Memory. – George Savile

143414. No man is so much a fool as not to have wit enough sometimes to be a knave; nor any so cunning a knave as not to have the weakness sometimes to play the fool. – George Savile

143415. Popularity is a crime from the moment it is sought; it is only a virtue where men have it whether they will or no. – George Savile

143416. Our nature hardly allows us to have enough of anything without having too much. – George Savile

143417. Nothing would more contribute to make a man wise than to have always an enemy in his view. – George Savile

143418. Nothing has an uglier look to us than reason, when it is not on our side. – George Savile

143419. Some men’s memory is like a box where a man should mingle his jewels with his old shoes. – George Savile

143420. When the people contend for their liberty, they seldom get anything by their victory but new masters. – George Savile

143421. Most men make little use of their speech than to give evidence against their own understanding. – George Savile

143422. The most important event I covered was the Panama Canal debate, which dragged on for months. – Jessica Savitch

143423. The news anchor is exactly that – an anchor, a center, a focus. – Jessica Savitch

143424. The relationship between talent and management is uneasy, at best. – Jessica Savitch

143425. The single life is not one I willingly chose for myself. – Jessica Savitch

143426. To get it first is important – but more important is to get it right. – Jessica Savitch

143427. Walking into a room filled with people you don’t know but who know you brings out your worst vulnerabilities. – Jessica Savitch

143428. When for so long you can’t get a job for reasons that seem specious, you you finally do have it, you are constantly afraid of losing it. – Jessica Savitch

143429. When I first anchored in 1970, I had never seen a woman anchor a news show. – Jessica Savitch

143430. The latest wrinkle is on wrinkles. There is a widespread belief that women can’t grow old in television news. – Jessica Savitch

143431. Anyone who writes an autobiographical work at the age of 34 is, at best, presumptuous. It occurred to me that it was time to set the record straight. – Jessica Savitch

143432. When I was a little girl in the 1950s, it would not have been possible for me to say, I want to be an anchorwoman when I grow up. – Jessica Savitch

143433. What is the value of sticking a microphone in a man’s face right after he has learned of his wife’s death? – Jessica Savitch

143434. The code of the road is, if there is anything to eat, eat; if there is a place to sit, sit; if there is a restroom, go. – Jessica Savitch

143435. The better the coverage, the more discriminating the viewer. – Jessica Savitch

143436. The bad news is that 50 people died in a hotel fire; the good news is that we got exclusive footage. – Jessica Savitch

143437. Texas was defined by its larger-than-life characters, particularly politicians. – Jessica Savitch

143438. Television news is a delicate balance of serving public good and private gain. – Jessica Savitch

143439. Television is intensely personal. – Jessica Savitch

143440. Being a novelty had its advantages. – Jessica Savitch

143441. Although I was entirely relaxed on camera, if I had to stand up and say something to an assembled group of people, I was rendered all but inarticulate. – Jessica Savitch

143442. A press card does not provide you with an invisible shield. You’re flesh and blood. – Jessica Savitch

143443. A fact of modern life is that it takes women longer to get ready than men. – Jessica Savitch

143444. The idea of stardom was difficult to grasp. It was like being schizophrenic; there was her, the woman on television, and the real me. – Jessica Savitch

143445. Some news managers have been slow to grasp that good television news is always substance over form. – Jessica Savitch

143446. The minute viewers callin or write about your looks, they were not listening to what you were saying. – Jessica Savitch

143447. Women may not have it easy, but we are given a fairer chance to reach for the top. – Jessica Savitch

143448. Women were seldom given quality assignments or adequate air time. – Jessica Savitch

143449. You can easily die racing to cover a bank robbery as you can in a war zone. – Jessica Savitch

143450. Women didn’t want to watch other women on television because they were jealous of their husbands’ diverted attention. – Jessica Savitch

143451. Never refuse an assignment except when there is a conflict of interest, a potential of danger to you or your family, or you hold a strongly biased attitude about the subject under focus. – Jessica Savitch

143452. News events are like Texas weather. If you don’t like it, wait a minute. – Jessica Savitch

143453. News events cannot be controlled, nor can newscasts be mapped out like entertainment shows. – Jessica Savitch

143454. News reporting is a cycle: No matter how much you work at sending a message, it’s only successful if it’s received. – Jessica Savitch

143455. Newscasters cannot call attention to themselves by being too attractive or too unattractive. – Jessica Savitch

143456. No matter how many goals you have achieved, you must set your sights on a higher one. – Jessica Savitch

143457. One reason I left local news was that I was tired of the constant musical chairs among news directors. – Jessica Savitch

143458. Every time I am in danger of believing the glamour of my own press, some incident inevitably brings me back to earth. – Jessica Savitch

143459. Shootouts are not gunfights of honor, they’re gang wars and racial riots. – Jessica Savitch

143460. Our free enterprise system of disseminating information is collectively referred to as The Media. But there is no collective. – Jessica Savitch

143461. In interviews I gave early on in my career, I was quoted as saying it was possible to have it all: a dynamic job, marriage, and children. In some respects, I was a social adolescent. – Jessica Savitch

143462. By far my most perilous assignment was covering a tank car explosion. – Jessica Savitch

143463. For every two minutes of glamour, there are eight hours of hard work. – Jessica Savitch

143464. I don’t exactly know what it means to be ready. A cake when the oven timer goes off? Am I fully baked, or only half-baked? – Jessica Savitch

143465. I hadn’t realized until I covered the police beat just how seedy crime is. – Jessica Savitch

143466. I have had a lifelong phobia of snakes. – Jessica Savitch

143467. I very much wanted to be accepted by my peers, to be considered a serious journalist. – Jessica Savitch

143468. How valuable NBC Magazine was in my career is questionable. – Jessica Savitch

143469. In every interview I have ever read or seen or taken part in, the final question in our future-oriented society is always, What next? – Jessica Savitch

143470. My most lucrative job in college was a stint as the regional Dodge Girl. – Jessica Savitch

143471. In real life, events seem much less dramatic. – Jessica Savitch

143472. In the beginning, my mother humored me when I told her I wanted to be a reporter. – Jessica Savitch

143473. It had not occurred to me that marriage requires the same effort as a career. And unlike a career, marriage requires a joint effort. – Jessica Savitch

143474. It is my belief that one’s salary is between an individual and the IRS. – Jessica Savitch

143475. Many senators have developed a canny sense of what will play best for the audience. – Jessica Savitch

143476. Men still control the news, both on and off camera. – Jessica Savitch

143477. Mistakes are not always the result of someone’s ineptitude. – Jessica Savitch

143478. My current goal is to place a moratorium on goals. – Jessica Savitch

143479. My goal was to be a network correspondent by the time I was 30. – Jessica Savitch

143480. I worked half my life to be an overnight success, and still it took me by surprise. – Jessica Savitch

143481. It came from God, and so is Christ true, and Christ is thy God, who is in heaven and awaits thee. – Girolamo Savonarola

143482. The whole world knows that His glory has not been spread by force and weapons, but by poor fishermen. – Girolamo Savonarola

143483. When the movie’s on, I usually watch more of the audience. – Devon Sawa

143484. I would definitely stay in the business, be behind the camera maybe. – Devon Sawa

143485. I wouldn’t want to direct. I see how much work it is. – Devon Sawa

143486. I’m living with two guys. I’m living with a slob and a guy who sleeps all day. – Devon Sawa

143487. I’m trying to go through the whole process of high school to college to work. – Devon Sawa

143488. I’ve always been interesting in the lighting aspect and always listened to what they were saying. – Devon Sawa

143489. I’ve never liked the press part of it (no offense), but it comes with the job. – Devon Sawa

143490. The next movie I do is not going to be in school. – Devon Sawa

143491. I was a hyper kid in school and the teacher suggested to my mom she needed to do something with me. – Devon Sawa

143492. Yeah, I love doing ensemble pieces. You get to meet so many new people and make new friends. – Devon Sawa

143493. You know, I’ve never shot a gun in a movie. – Devon Sawa

143494. Id like to do an action film or a dark sort of independent piece. – Devon Sawa

143495. For instance, when I go to the premiere on Tuesday I probably won’t watch the film at all – I’ll be watching the audience just to see their reaction to different moments, what I’m doing right and what I’m doing wrong, stuff like that. – Devon Sawa

143496. I would like to do something a little bit more edgy. – Devon Sawa

143497. For every 10 good things, there’s always some jerk that wants to say something bad. – Devon Sawa

143498. I want do some kind of action movie, car chases and explosions. – Devon Sawa

143499. I can’t do talk shows, I don’t do them, just because I get really nervous and fidgeting and shaky. – Devon Sawa

143500. I don’t think I want to play a teenager anymore. – Devon Sawa

143501. I guess I’m growing up in the film world. – Devon Sawa

143502. I look for things that are going to challenge me as an actor. – Devon Sawa

143503. I spent most of my high school years on movie sets and I’d have like one teacher, which was really bad. – Devon Sawa

143504. I started off in a small theatre performance company and worked my way into commercials. – Devon Sawa

143505. I took six months off, finished high school, and hung out with friends. – Devon Sawa

143506. Final Destination was the closest thing I’ve done to a teen movie but it certainly had an edge to it. – Devon Sawa

143507. The day they put me in the net I had a good game. I’ve stayed there since. – Terry Sawchuk

143508. I like talking. I didn’t know at the time I would have to worry so much about my hair. – Diane Sawyer

143509. People tend to vote the present tense – not the subjective. – Diane Sawyer

143510. Part of this new world of completely improvisational terrorism is that there were codes of war that disintegrated in the face of terrorism. – Diane Sawyer

143511. If you’re curious, you’ll probably be a good journalist because we follow our curiosity like cats. – Diane Sawyer

143512. I’m not sure people are ever completely comfortable telling pollsters what they do and don’t think. – Diane Sawyer

143513. I’m always fascinated by the way memory diffuses fact. – Diane Sawyer

143514. The interesting thing is always to see if you can find a fact that will change your mind about something, to test and see if you can. – Diane Sawyer

143515. I love the early process of asking questions about a story and deciding which questions matter most. – Diane Sawyer

143516. Start in a small TV station so you can make all of your embarrassing mistakes early and in front of fewer people! – Diane Sawyer

143517. I have a liberal definition of news because I think news can be what excites people. I’m not very sanctimonious about what news is and isn’t. – Diane Sawyer

143518. I have a contract but it’s not a commitment in the ordinary sense. It’s our ongoing conversation. – Diane Sawyer

143519. I get involved in the beginning, less in the middle, and very much at the end. – Diane Sawyer

143520. I don’t think it’s about entertainment. I think it’s about being ourselves. – Diane Sawyer

143521. I don’t know why I’m saying I’m brave. – Diane Sawyer

143522. I think the one lesson I have learned is that there is no substitute for paying attention. – Diane Sawyer

143523. People assume you can’t be shy and be on television. They’re wrong. – Diane Sawyer

143524. The one lesson I have learned is that there is no substitute for paying attention. – Diane Sawyer

143525. We did exactly what everybody in the country did, watching it. You entered this state of sort of denials. You think, well, it must have been a tragic accident by an amateur pilot. And then you see the next plane coming. – Diane Sawyer

143526. Whatever you want in life, other people are going to want it too. Believe in yourself enough to accept the idea that you have an equal right to it. – Diane Sawyer

143527. The most fun is getting paid to learn things. – Diane Sawyer

143528. Hope changes everything, doesn’t it? – Diane Sawyer

143529. American Idol, I love. I think it’s a passing fancy but not passing so soon. – Diane Sawyer

143530. An investigation may take six months. A quick interview, profile, a day. – Diane Sawyer

143531. Every time somebody tries to go in and reinvent what we do, it always ends up being more about technology and sets, and flash and dash, forgetting the main thing, which is interesting people saying interesting, important things. – Diane Sawyer

143532. Follow what you are genuinely passionate about and let that guide you to your destination. – Diane Sawyer

143533. Great questions make great reporting. – Diane Sawyer

143534. I think there’s a point at which money, influence, and power become so blinding that people believe they control the world. – Iris Sawyer

143535. There certainly have been a lot of changes, although they come in such gradations that most people have either forgotten, or, if they’re too young, they never knew about them in the first place. – John Saxon

143536. I’d like to think there’s still a lot for me to do, you know? – John Saxon

143537. I’ve been asked to write an autobiography, and I’ve started it a couple of times, on different angles, and maybe one day I will, but you know what? There’s time for that because I’d like to have the whole story. – John Saxon

143538. It is a drastic mistake to eliminate the provisions that have to do with the protection of habitat for endangered species. It is my opinion that the Endangered Species Act is 99 percent about protecting critical habitat. – Jim Saxton

143539. We live in a dangerous world where rogue nations are developing longer range missiles. We have to make a strong effort at developing defenses against this threat. – Jim Saxton

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143540. Every time a man expects, as he says, his money to work for him, he is expecting other people to work for him. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143541. Paradoxical as it may seem, to believe in youth is to look backward; to look forward we must believe in age. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143542. A continual atmosphere of hectic passion is very trying if you haven’t got any of your own. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143543. A human being must have occupation, of he or she is not to become a nuisance to the world. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143544. As I grow older and older, And totter toward the tomb, I find that I care less and less, Who goes to bed with whom. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143545. Death seems to provide the minds of the Anglo-Saxon race with a greater fund of amusement than any other single subject. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143546. I always have a quotation for everything – it saves original thinking. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143547. I love you – I am at rest with you – I have come home. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143548. If it were not for the war, this war would suit me down to the ground. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143549. Lawyers enjoy a little mystery, you know. Why, if everybody came forward and told the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth straight out, we should all retire to the workhouse. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143550. She always says, my lord, that facts are like cows. If you look them in the face hard enough they generally run away. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143551. The English language has a deceptive air of simplicity; so have some little frocks; but they are both not the kind of thing you can run up in half an hour with a machine. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143552. The great advantage about telling the truth is that nobody ever believes it. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143553. The only sin passion can commit is to be joyless. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143554. There certainly does seem a possibility that the detective story will come to an end, simply because the public will have learnt all the tricks. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143555. Those who make some other person their job… are dangerous. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143556. Those who prefer their English sloppy have only themselves to thank if the advertisement writer uses his mastery of the vocabulary and syntax to mislead their weak minds. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143557. Time and trouble will tame an advanced young woman, but an advanced old woman is uncontrollable by any earthly force. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143558. Trouble shared is trouble halved. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143559. Very dangerous things, theories. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143560. While time lasts there will always be a future, and that future will hold both good and evil, since the world is made to that mingled pattern. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143561. None of us feels the true love of God till we realize how wicked we are. But you can’t teach people that – they have to learn by experience. – Dorothy L. Sayers

143562. I learned that if you want to make it bad enough, no matter how bad it is, you can make it. – Gale Sayers

143563. Our young people look up to us. Let us not let them down. Our young people need us. Saving them will make heroes of us all. – Gale Sayers

143564. Halas didn’t believe in starting rookies. – Gale Sayers

143565. Athletes as role models and heroes is a hoax, a sick hoax. The men and women who are fighting in Iraq, they are the true heroes. – Gale Sayers

143566. I don’t care to be remembered as the man who scored six touchdowns in a game. I want to be remembered as a winner in life. – Gale Sayers

143567. There comes a time when you have to stand up and be counted. – Gale Sayers

143568. We must stop the trend of closing schools and building prisons. – Gale Sayers

143569. I am tired of angry feminists. I like my women happy, gregarious… and bathed. – Evan Sayet

143570. At the Olympics in China, every color was represented… and that was just the drinking water. – Evan Sayet

143571. Barack Obama has raised tons of money. That is what he means by being green. – Evan Sayet

143572. First there was racism. Then liberals created institutional racism and coded racism. You can only hear it with a dog whistle. – Evan Sayet

143573. Barack Obama says that we need to be humble toward terrorism. Yet he is the one we have been waiting for. That is humble? – Evan Sayet

143574. Jews don’t care about ancient rivalries. We worry about humidity in Miami. – Evan Sayet

143575. Jews were asked when life begins. For them it’s when they finally graduate medical school. – Evan Sayet

143576. Michelle Obama was asked when life begins. According to her it’s when she and Barack take over the White House. – Evan Sayet

143577. Mitt Romney is a true Mormon. John Edwards and Bill Clinton are not real Mormons. It was not ‘Brigham Young’ they were chanting. It was ‘Bring ’em young.’ – Evan Sayet

143578. Tony Rezko and Bill Ayers should lead the Democratic Party. They are the only Democrats with any convictions. – Evan Sayet

143579. We are not imperialists. We don’t even try to take over Canada. It would be easy, although it might take a rear guard action to guard Anne Murray. – Evan Sayet

143580. What Democrats call ‘nuanced,’ most people refer to as ‘stupidity.’ – Evan Sayet

143581. Academics act like they are important, but when something is academic it is meaningless. People say, ‘It’s academic, now let’s get work done.’ – Evan Sayet

143582. If you travel to the States… they have a lot of different words than like what we use. For instance: they say ‘elevator’, we say ‘lift’; they say ‘drapes’, we say ‘curtains’; they say ‘president’, we say ‘seriously deranged git.’ – Alexei Sayle

143583. People are more violently opposed to fur than leather because it’s safer to harass rich women than motorcycle gangs. – Alexei Sayle

143584. Dire Straits is a great band. Someone tells you they like “”Brothers in Arms”” and immediately you know they’re a stupid annoying git. – Alexei Sayle

143585. Americans have different ways of saying things. They say ‘elevator’, we say ‘lift’… they say ‘President’, we say ‘stupid psychopathic git. – Alexei Sayle

143586. Recently, my personal advisors have been telling me to go to America. Actually, people have been walking up to me in the street and telling me to sod off, but that’s the same thing, isn’t it? – Alexei Sayle

143587. To this day, I get rewrite offers where they say: ‘We feel this script needs work with character, dialogue, plot and tone,’ and when you ask what’s left, they say: ‘Well, the typing is very good.’ – John Sayles

143588. Those are fun, especially if they’re going to shoot them in four weeks, because you know they’re not going to mess with anything you do, so it can be very imaginative. – John Sayles

143589. We just said, ‘Okay, you’re in the movie. Bring what you would bring for a three-day weekend and I hope you like the way you look in it because once you’re on camera, that’s your wardrobe.’ But it worked; it worked and we were very surprised. – John Sayles

143590. Well, acting is cheap; I knew all these actors who weren’t in the Screen Actors Guild yet, and it happened that they were all just about thirty years old. – John Sayles

143591. When I was really young I didn’t know that there was such a thing as a screenwriter. I wrote stories. – John Sayles

143592. You get to say, ‘Here’s my philosophical idea about what the costume should like,’ and the costume designer comes and gives you choices and sometimes they’re all good, and I say, ‘What do you think?’ and they pick the right thing. – John Sayles

143593. The media in America has become so cowed and compromised. – John Sayles

143594. I’ve always felt like I was on the margins. Once upon a time that’s what independent used to mean. – John Sayles

143595. If you write a movie for Roger Corman, it’s going to get made. You saw it almost the next day. – John Sayles

143596. In a movie you have all these logistical problems; all these practical problems. But you’re also going to have people come who can do things that you can’t do, and you get to direct their talents. – John Sayles

143597. Michael Moore, whether you like him or hate him, has done something very important. – John Sayles

143598. My argument has always been that this is not an anti-Bush film, it’s a pro-democracy film. And if Bush comes out on the wrong side of democracy, that’s his problem. – John Sayles

143599. The hardest thing about movie acting is that if you’re playing a character who changes within the movie, you’ve got to do that, but you’ve got to do it out of sequence, because we never have gotten to shoot in sequence, and that’s really, really tough. – John Sayles

143600. I remember being out here at the Sunset Marquis, and whoever knocked on the door, I would take that picture that I was writing and I would put that in the typewriter, so when I had the meeting, they would say: ‘Oh, you’re working on it right now?’ – John Sayles

143601. There are genres I don’t care for, and I’ve never worked in those genres, and then sometimes there are people that I haven’t liked and I haven’t worked for those people. But if I feel like there’s a movie that I would like to go see, I’ll jump into it. – John Sayles

143602. There was a widespread indignation in the American media. They were saying, ‘How can you make a movie during an election that’s about politics? What are you doing? Are you trying to influence people’s lives?’ To which my response was, ‘Well, I hope so.’ – John Sayles

143603. There were not fifteen people in the story department and twenty-five producers and stuff. And Roger had produced 1,000 movies and directed a couple of hundred, and their comments were always very, very specific. – John Sayles

143604. I take more jobs when I need more money, if I’m investing in films. I take fewer when I don’t. Or if something really good comes along, I usually find a way to do a good job on it in the time that I’ve got. – John Sayles

143605. Not that I’ve always loved the movie when they finally come out, or if they ever come out-because many of them don’t come out-but I’ve gotten to work with really good story editors and stuff like that. – John Sayles

143606. Fahrenheit 9/11 took public domain information that should have been on the news every night and put it in a film that a lot of people went to see. But still Bush has never had to answer those charges. – John Sayles

143607. I think I got spoiled and that writing a short story and getting it published, or writing a novel and getting it published, you pretty much get to do the first, second and third draft yourself without a whole lot of interference. – John Sayles

143608. And it was out in the theaters in two weeks. This is not, ‘We’re going to develop twenty-five and maybe one’s going to get made,’ so the first three things I wrote got up on the screen and, good, bad or indifferent, I got to see them on their feet. – John Sayles

143609. But compared to writing a novel, where you can be God, I did the Bay of Pigs invasion in six pages once, and there were 50,000 guys with boots that I didn’t have to pay, and all those extras; we didn’t have to pay them. – John Sayles

143610. For me the writing, when I’m going to direct it myself, is really just the first draft, and I don’t change it very much; I only change it on average about two lines per movie. – John Sayles

143611. I always feel that there are no final victories and no final defeats. But it’s true that America is in a hole right now. There are a lot of dead fish in the water. – John Sayles

143612. I certainly grew up seeing more movies and television than I read books, but when it came time to do the thing itself you don’t have to hire a lot of people to sit down and write a book, so that was the story-telling medium that was available to me. – John Sayles

143613. I probably wouldn’t have done as many as I did in one year, which I did when I was trying to raise money. – John Sayles

143614. I figured, ‘When is that ever going to happen again?’. So I basically set out the opposite way movies are made; I set out with a budget first. I said, ‘What can I do well for $40,000?’. – John Sayles

143615. I like to act. I work for scale. I don’t have an acting agent. I’m in the book. – John Sayles

143616. I made it about a three-day weekend so people wouldn’t have to change their clothes a lot. We didn’t have an art department; we didn’t have a make-up department. – John Sayles

143617. I never thought about being a writer as I grew up. A writer wasn’t something I wanted to be. An outfielder was something to be. Most of what I know about style I learned from Roberto Clemente. – John Sayles

143618. I figured somebody wrote a story who had a typewriter and I thought that movies were made by the cowboys and that they just said, ‘Okay, you fall off the horse this time.’ – John Sayles

143619. Basically, if you could get a good trailer out of the script, Roger had no objection to you making a really good movie. He liked it if you did. He liked the more cleverness and ingenuity you could bring to it. He just wasn’t going to give you any more money. – John Sayles

143620. I always knew it was going to be difficult when I got beyong 40, but I didn’t realise it would start at 35. – Greta Scacchi

143621. I’ve been through some very difficult stages in my life, but I wouldn’t change anything. – Greta Scacchi

143622. I’m a heathen when it comes to marriage. – Greta Scacchi

143623. I want to come across as a positive person. – Greta Scacchi

143624. I look for people who’re passionate, dedicated to the text, and in whom I trust completely. – Greta Scacchi

143625. I have invested some money and I have a home, but people don’t realise that you might only be working for a few weeks of the year and remain unemployed the rest of the time. – Greta Scacchi

143626. I have done everything I can to make sure my daughter knows her father because you form your own identity by rebelling against your parents – but first you have to know them. – Greta Scacchi

143627. I had the conviction that lovemaking fools you. The overpowering emotions it induces make you think you’re sharing the same feelings as the other person and that they’re imagining the same as you. – Greta Scacchi

143628. I came to Ireland 20 years ago as a student, hitch-hiking round for a week and staying in Dublin. – Greta Scacchi

143629. Having had a reputation for being sexy is a great prop to lean on now. – Greta Scacchi

143630. A relationship requires a lot of work and commitment. – Greta Scacchi

143631. Hollywood will accept actresses playing ten years older, but actors can play ten years younger. – Greta Scacchi

143632. I feel lucky, happy and philosophical about it all. – Greta Scacchi

143633. With a theatre audience there’s always the additional sense of a sustained challenge of which I’m acutely aware and for which you need to have the tools ready – your voice, physicality, brain. – Greta Scacchi

143634. It helped me when I decided that we’re on this planet to learn to live together and get along. – Greta Scacchi

143635. You seldom get that in film where you’re lucky if you get any say at all in the final cut. – Greta Scacchi

143636. In many ways, when you’re young and sexy, it’s very annoying to be whistled at and to have someone always trying to attract your attention, but now when it happens I find myself registering the fact almost warmly. – Greta Scacchi

143637. Two people can make love but that isn’t necessarily love. – Greta Scacchi

143638. Theatre is a sacred space for actors. You are responsible; you are in the driving-seat. – Greta Scacchi

143639. The only work I did for the next five years after splitting from Vincent was work I’d already lined up. – Greta Scacchi

143640. Once, I had so many scripts coming to me that I could hardly read them all. – Greta Scacchi

143641. On the stage, you alone hold the key, and on the night you have to trust that the director has inspired you enough to take the material and run with it. – Greta Scacchi

143642. My father was absent and he was a hero to me. – Greta Scacchi

143643. I avoided nudity unless a film couldn’t be told without those scenes. If you look at my films, few of them have that element, yet nudity and male fantasies have become emblematic of my work. – Greta Scacchi

143644. My first love was the sound of guitar. – Boz Scaggs

143645. I would say that I’m finding my voice in more ways than one. – Boz Scaggs

143646. I’m easily distracted by other things in the world around me. – Boz Scaggs

143647. I’m not a jazz singer. – Boz Scaggs

143648. I’m still trying to re-create a Ray Charles concert that I heard when I was fifteen years old, and all my nerve endings were fried and transformed, and electricity shot through me. – Boz Scaggs

143649. My earliest influences were things I heard in my household. – Boz Scaggs

143650. My parents were music lovers and collectors. It was around. – Boz Scaggs

143651. My songwriting and my style became more complex as I listened, learned, borrowed and stole and put my music together. – Boz Scaggs

143652. The short answer is, yes, I think I have become a better singer. – Boz Scaggs

143653. I was a guitar player first off. – Boz Scaggs

143654. This is a cause that musicians can take to heart because one of our main reasons for being is to share our music with other people, and this takes us to people who probably wouldn’t otherwise get to hear music on quite this level. – Boz Scaggs

143655. Quite frankly, I’ve always listened to the black side of the radio dial. Where I grew up, there was a lot of it and there was a lot of live music around. – Boz Scaggs

143656. There’s a whole lot of songs that men just can’t do. The words are from another time and represent too much of an emotional commitment, whereas women can say that because of who they are. – Boz Scaggs

143657. I feel fortunate that I was able to step away from it when I wasn’t interested. – Boz Scaggs

143658. I think the women – Lauryn Hill, Mary J. Blige, Erykah Badu – are doing new conceptual things and using their voices to create new American music. – Boz Scaggs

143659. There is not a lot that keeps me glued to the radio as I used to be. – Boz Scaggs

143660. As a guitar player, you can gravitate to the blues because you can play it easily. It’s not a style that’s difficult to pick up. It’s purely emotive and dead easy to get a start with. – Boz Scaggs

143661. As far as other instrumentalists, I used to love mellow sax players like Paul Desmond. I love piano. – Boz Scaggs

143662. From the time I moved to San Francisco in 1967 to play with the Steve Miller Band, there was a lot of support in the music community for one cause or another, but this one was special because it was put on by people who understood where musicians’ hearts are. – Boz Scaggs

143663. I am not a jazz singer. I wouldn’t place myself on that footing. I wouldn’t even enter that arena. – Boz Scaggs

143664. I felt that, in retrospect, there was a time in the late Seventies, after I had a string of hits and successes, as a performer and a recording artist, that I wasn’t saying anything. – Boz Scaggs

143665. I listened to classical guitar and Spanish guitar, as well as jazz guitar players, rock and roll and blues. All of it. I did the same thing with my voice. – Boz Scaggs

143666. A lot of what I have always done is do other singers. – Boz Scaggs

143667. I love all kinds of music. – Boz Scaggs

143668. I love working with the quartet. I have more freedom and flexibility. – Boz Scaggs

143669. I really just followed my musical instincts every step of my life. – Boz Scaggs

143670. I think that it can be said of a lot of artists, and myself included, that we made the same record over and over from the beginning. – Boz Scaggs

143671. Basically I am a private individual who has concerns about his country and who has resources that give me the privilege – and responsibility – to do something to help my country if I can. – Richard Scaife

143672. Our funding is based on our support of ideas like limited government, individual rights and a strong defense. – Richard Scaife

143673. There is nothing new in the realization that the Constitution sometimes insulates the criminality of a few in order to protect the privacy of us all. – Antonin Scalia

143674. The Court today completes the process of converting Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 from a guarantee that race or sex will not be the basis for often will. – Antonin Scalia

143675. You could have 50 different states having 50 different regulations… until they were all litigated out. – Antonin Scalia

143676. Why in the world would you have it interpreted by nine lawyers? – Antonin Scalia

143677. What is a moderate interpretation of the text? Halfway between what it really means and what you’d like it to mean? – Antonin Scalia

143678. If you think aficionados of a living Constitution want to bring you flexibility, think again. You think the death penalty is a good idea? Persuade your fellow citizens to adopt it. You want a right to abortion? Persuade your fellow citizens and enact it. That’s flexibility. – Antonin Scalia

143679. If we’re picking people to draw out of their own conscience and experience a ‘new’ Constitution, we should not look principally for good lawyers. We should look to people who agree with us. When we are in that mode, you realize we have rendered the Constitution useless. – Antonin Scalia

143680. A search is a search, even if it happens to disclose nothing but the bottom of a turntable. – Antonin Scalia

143681. A law can be both economic folly and constitutional. – Antonin Scalia

143682. A journalistic purpose could be someone with a Xerox machine in a basement. – Antonin Scalia

143683. Why can’t the state accede to the public’s wishes? – Antonin Scalia

143684. In a big family the first child is kind of like the first pancake. If it’s not perfect, that’s okay, there are a lot more coming along. – Antonin Scalia

143685. There’s a greatness in this country many of the kids today don’t know. – Jack Scalia

143686. You gotta take care of the people that are part of the foundation. If you don’t, it crumbles. – Jack Scalia

143687. Our firefighters are our last line of defense, baby. – Jack Scalia

143688. My family has served the country in almost every major war since the Civil War. – Jack Scalia

143689. I remember fear and I remember the potential of nuclear war. – Jack Scalia

143690. But this country is a great country and will always rebound. – Jack Scalia

143691. Because if you have a strong foundation like we have, then you can build or rebuild anything on it. But if you’ve got a weak foundation you can’t build anything. – Jack Scalia

143692. I was raised with those principals and values and ethics that came out of the men and women that served. But this generation doesn’t quite know; they haven’t been tested. – Jack Scalia

143693. We’re going to look awfully stupid if we give income tax relief to people who do not pay income taxes. – Joe Scarborough

143694. This is all about a media war that continues to rage between the old and new media. Unfortunately for our soldiers, these brave Americans are caught in the crossfire. – Joe Scarborough

143695. Today they have proven once again that the mainstream media can’t print enough bad news about our troops. – Joe Scarborough

143696. I see it all the time in politics. If a candidate gets caught in a lie, he quickly tries to change the subject by throwing more mud at his opponent. The mud keeps flying until some of the slanderous material sticks. – Joe Scarborough

143697. I mean when I was working shall we say with Disney, you know they sent me the script for the film Hercules and I had to imagine what all the characters looked like. And to develop those characters, so nothing exists visually when I get the script. – Gerald Scarfe

143698. I think that an artist is a bit like a computer. He receives information from the world around him and from his past and from his own experiences. And it all goes into the brain. – Gerald Scarfe

143699. So the whole of war, when you look at it is probably run by professional soldiers, and the rest of them are just recruits, or people who are just forced to join the army. – Gerald Scarfe

143700. So war is an extremely sad business, because the majority of people don’t want to be in it. – Gerald Scarfe

143701. So, I created these creatures called The Frightened Ones which in the film you see do have mask like kind of heads and they run beneath the ground to hide. Which is what in fact we did during the war. – Gerald Scarfe

143702. Well I was an asthmatic child. So that for most of my childhood I was in bed. Bedridden. – Gerald Scarfe

143703. Where as in animation you have to kind of do a series of drawings in between to complete the movement. – Gerald Scarfe

143704. I just recently did a film with Disney, and they put the drawings straight on the computer. And it’s all painted on the computer now and not by hand anymore. – Gerald Scarfe

143705. You know it’s my job to visualize, what is literal or audible, so I designed all the characters, and I designed what they do and how they should do it and so on. – Gerald Scarfe

143706. I have been to several wars to draw. I went to Vietnam. And made drawings in Vietnam during that period of the war there, and found that to be a very very sad situation. – Gerald Scarfe

143707. How do I feel about war? Well anybody I guess, I hope, I don’t like it. – Gerald Scarfe

143708. England was incredibly dull and everything exciting seemed to be in America. – Gerald Scarfe

143709. And when Roger talks about the frightened ones running away from the bombs, I immediately thought of my days when I was young and I had to wear these gas masks. – Gerald Scarfe

143710. And um, when I came back to England I put a very complex soundtrack on it, featuring everyone from Jimi Hendrix, right through to Neil Diamond, you know, everybody that was kind of popular who was kind of popular at that time. – Gerald Scarfe

143711. And then I think they asked me to work on Wish You Were Here, which was the next album coming up. And I didn’t do anything for a long time. I had other projects, and I didn’t get around to doing anything for a bit. – Gerald Scarfe

143712. All the children had to wear a gas mask in case of a gas attack by the Germans. They tried to make the masks like Mickey Mouse faces so the children would like them. But I didn’t. They had big ears on them. – Gerald Scarfe

143713. And having suffered for part of the war when I was a child. I was too young to really understand what was going on but one of my favorite pieces of animation now is that Goodbye Blue Sky in The Wall because that deals directly with that period in time. – Gerald Scarfe

143714. I haven’t done a book for about 3 or 4 years now. – Gerald Scarfe

143715. There’s a feeling that strength is determined by the size of a union. That clearly is nonsense. – Arthur Scargill

143716. Yet what you need is not marches, demonstrations, rallies or wide associations, all of them are important. What you need is direct action. The sooner people understand that, the sooner we’ll begin to change things. – Arthur Scargill

143717. The trouble with the Labour Party leadership and the trade union leadership, they’re quite willing to applaud millions on the streets of the Philippines or in Eastern Europe, without understanding the need to also produce millions of people on the streets of Britain. – Arthur Scargill

143718. The trade unions and the Labour Party… failed miserably. Instead of giving concrete support, and calling upon workers to take industrial action, they did nothing. – Arthur Scargill

143719. If you’ve got an industry where you’ve got massive investment, it doesn’t matter whether you bring in alternative supplies. You still lose the money on that industry. – Arthur Scargill

143720. Contrast that with the call of the Liberal Democrats in April, when they were prepared to call upon the British people to participate in a 24-hour strike. It shows how far to the right the Labour Party’s gone. – Arthur Scargill

143721. The labour movement had the best opportunity in 50 years to transform not merely an industrial situation and win an important battle for workers in struggle, but an opportunity to change the government of the day. – Arthur Scargill

143722. You may see the emergence of a new political party from the body of the trade union movement which represents a very clear-cut socialist alternative policy and which gives expression to the views of the trade union movement in parliament. – Arthur Scargill

143723. All too often miners, and indeed other trade unionists, underestimate the economic strength they have. – Arthur Scargill

143724. The Iraqi military are able to deploy these weapons within 45 minutes of a decision to do so. – John Scarlett

143725. This was a report from a single source. It was an established and reliable line of reporting. It was quoted from a senior Iraqi military officer in a position to know this information. – John Scarlett

143726. He who flies can also return; but it is not so with him who dies. – Paul Scarron

143727. Sugar Ray Leonard was as close as anyone came after Ali to being Ali, but he wasn’t Ali. – Dick Schaap

143728. In fifty years of covering the sport, of course Muhammad Ali is by far the dominant figure. – Dick Schaap

143729. It’s kind of ironic that the two sports with the greatest characters, boxing and horse racing, have both been on the decline. In both cases it’s for the lack of a suitable hero. – Dick Schaap

143730. Today, it’s money. There’s no question about that. Unless you endorse a grill that cooks hamburgers and steaks, where else can you make the kind of money that you can make in the ring if you’re good? – Dick Schaap

143731. My top three were Jim Brown, Wilt Chamberlain and Bo Jackson. – Dick Schaap

143732. My writing improved the more I wrote – and the more I read good writing, from Shakespeare on down. – Dick Schaap

143733. Some people who love boxing might love Mike Tyson, but people outside of the sport are generally repulsed by him and therefore, repulsed by the sport. – Dick Schaap

143734. Sugar Ray and talked about doing some articles together or writing a book together but dealing with Sugar Ray was a lot like fighting him. He would fake you in and then he’d drop you. – Dick Schaap

143735. Sugar Ray Robinson was at the top of the boxing world during the 1950’s when it seemed that he would either win or lose the championship about every three or four months. – Dick Schaap

143736. If I got paid, it was no more than five dollars a column, and I still think I was overpaid. – Dick Schaap

143737. I got to know Sugar Ray but I certainly would not say we were good friends. – Dick Schaap

143738. Sportswriters have changed more than sportswriting. – Dick Schaap

143739. I began learning the sportswriting business very early in life. – Dick Schaap

143740. I think my mistakes were kind of common – leaning on cliches and adjectives in the place of clear, vivid writing. But at least I knew how to spell, which seems to be a rarity these days. – Dick Schaap

143741. I worked with Rocky Graziano and Rocky was certainly a character. – Dick Schaap

143742. Cliches and adjectives permeated my prose. – Dick Schaap

143743. All of journalism is a shrinking art. So much of it is hype. The O.J. Simpson story is a landmark in the decline of journalism. – Dick Schaap

143744. I came up with new leads for game stories by being observant and clever, by using the many gifts of the English language to intrigue and hook a reader. – Dick Schaap

143745. I did not choose necessarily on the basis of significance. If you have a vote for the most significant athlete, then you have Ali, then you have Babe Ruth, then you have Michael Jordan. – Dick Schaap

143746. I just can’t believe all the things I did that decade. – Dick Schaap

143747. I think on balance, Don King has been bad for boxing. I think he’s done some very good things and I think he did a heck of a job of promoting Ali but I think I could have promoted Ali. – Dick Schaap

143748. I wanted to be a sportswriter because I loved sports and I could not hit the curve ball, the jump shot, or the opposing ball carrier. – Dick Schaap

143749. I was also in love with the English language. – Dick Schaap

143750. Also, I am driven by a wonderful muse called alimony. – Dick Schaap

143751. The aim and the idea of the Four Year Plan were and remain entirely correct and necessary! – Hjalmar Schacht

143752. Rules are to be initiated for the allotment of scarce raw materials etc; and their use and processing for other than war, or otherwise absolutely vital, goods is prohibited. – Hjalmar Schacht

143753. Since our economy is closely allied with that of foreign countries, not one of us can be indifferent to what consequences these disturbances can have at home and abroad. – Hjalmar Schacht

143754. With the aid of this credit policy, however, Germany created an armament second to none, and this armament in turn made possible the results of our policy. – Hjalmar Schacht

143755. The economy is a very sensitive organism. – Hjalmar Schacht

143756. The Jews must realize that their influence in Germany has disappeared for all time. – Hjalmar Schacht

143757. The presentation of the Golden Badge of the Movement is the highest honor the Third Reich has to offer. – Hjalmar Schacht

143758. The repeated announcements that the Russian resistance was definitely broken have been proved to be untrue. – Hjalmar Schacht

143759. The very necessity of bringing our armament up to a certain level as rapidly as possible must place in the foreground the idea of as large returns as possible in foreign exchange and therewith the greatest possible assurance of raw material supplies, through exporting. – Hjalmar Schacht

143760. Only the closest collaborators of the Fuehrer know how difficult is the burden of this responsibility; how sorrowful are the hours during which decisions must be made which bear upon the well being and the fate of all of Germany. – Hjalmar Schacht

143761. Wherever my work may take me in the near future even if you should see me one day within the fortress – you can always count on me as your reliable assistant. – Hjalmar Schacht

143762. Allied supplies of arms to Russia, and the manpower reserves of Russia have been sufficient to bring continuous counter-attacks against our Eastern Front. – Hjalmar Schacht

143763. Material loss can be made up through renewed labor, but the moral wrong which has been inflicted upon the conquered peoples, in the peace dictates, leaves a burning scar on the people’s conscience. – Hjalmar Schacht

143764. After the many rumours that we had heard about Hitler and the published criticisms we had read about him, we were pleasantly impressed. His appearance was neither pretentious nor affected. – Hjalmar Schacht

143765. And this thesis is somewhat connected with general social and political observations, because it establishes the fact that the number of consumers is considerably larger than the number of producers, a fact which exercises a not inconsiderable social and political pressure. – Hjalmar Schacht

143766. But the memory of war weighs undiminished upon the people’s minds. That is because deeper than material wounds, moral wounds are smarting, inflicted by the so- called peace treaties. – Hjalmar Schacht

143767. But what you could perhaps do with in these days is a word of most sincere sympathy. Your movement is carried internally by so strong a truth and necessity that victory in one form or another cannot elude you for long. – Hjalmar Schacht

143768. Germany stays and falls with the success of the policy of Hitler. – Hjalmar Schacht

143769. I can assure you that everything I say and do has the complete approval of the Fuehrer and that I would not say or do anything that does not have his approval. – Hjalmar Schacht

143770. Instead of a weak and vacillating Government, a single, purposeful, energetic personality is ruling today. – Hjalmar Schacht

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143771. It has been shown that, in contrast to everything which classical national economy has hitherto taught, not the producer but the consumer is the ruling factor in economic life. – Hjalmar Schacht

143772. Germany can generally only pay if the Corridor and Upper Silesia will be handed back to Germany from Polish possession, and if besides somewhere on the earth colonial territory will be made available to Germany. – Hjalmar Schacht

143773. The German future lies in the hands of our Fuehrer. – Hjalmar Schacht

143774. It stands, essentially, for the application of increased energy to the efforts already undertaken by my ministry since 1934 with the results shown in the above statistics. – Hjalmar Schacht

143775. Whole areas of knowledge and information have been defined into nonexistence because the system cannot know, understand, control, or measure them. – Anne Wilson Schaef

143776. Something that required the best of you has ended. You will miss it. – Anne Wilson Schaef

143777. There are so many ways to heal. Arrogance may have a place in technology, but not in healing. I need to get out of my own way if I am to heal. – Anne Wilson Schaef

143778. Trusting our intuition often saves us from disaster. – Anne Wilson Schaef

143779. We can influence who we will be tomorrow, for tomorrow can only be built on today. – Anne Wilson Schaef

143780. We must move in our recovery from one addiction to another for two major reasons: first, we have not recognized and treated the underlying addictive process, and second, we have not accurately isolated and focused upon the specific addictions. – Anne Wilson Schaef

143781. Security is an attempt to try to make the universe static so that we feel safe. – Anne Wilson Schaef

143782. Good health is not something we can buy. However, it can be an extremely valuable savings account. – Anne Wilson Schaef

143783. We have finally started to notice that there is real curative value in local herbs and remedies. In fact, we are also becoming aware that there are little or no side effects to most natural remedies, and that they are often more effective than Western medicine. – Anne Wilson Schaef

143784. Looking after my health today gives me a better hope for tomorrow. – Anne Wilson Schaef

143785. Life is a process. We are a process. The universe is a process. – Anne Wilson Schaef

143786. It is possible to be different and still be all right. There can be two – or more – answers to the same question, and all can be right. – Anne Wilson Schaef

143787. It is not what I do, it is the way I do it, that will get me in the end. – Anne Wilson Schaef

143788. It is not necessary to deny another’s reality in order to affirm your own. – Anne Wilson Schaef

143789. Healthy people live with their world. – Anne Wilson Schaef

143790. Getting to the top isn’t bad, and it’s probably best done as an afterthought. – Anne Wilson Schaef

143791. Differences challenge assumptions. – Anne Wilson Schaef

143792. I realize that humor isn’t for everyone. It’s only for people who want to have fun, enjoy life, and feel alive. – Anne Wilson Schaef

143793. It makes sense that there is no sense without God. – Edith Schaeffer

143794. People throw away what they could have by insisting on perfection, which they cannot have, and looking for it where they will never find it. – Edith Schaeffer

143795. In passing, we should note this curious mark of our own age: the only absolute allowed is the absolute insistence that there is no absolute. – Francis Schaeffer

143796. Biblical orthodoxy without compassion is surely the ugliest thing in the world. – Francis Schaeffer

143797. The inward area is the first place of loss of true Christian life, of true spirituality, and the outward sinful act is the result. – Francis Schaeffer

143798. I have come to the conclusion that none of us in our generation feels as guilty about sin as we should or as our forefathers did. – Francis Schaeffer

143799. I believe that pluralistic secularism, in the long run, is a more deadly poison than straightforward persecution. – Francis Schaeffer

143800. Each generation of the church in each setting has the responsibility of communicating the gospel in understandable terms, considering the language and thought-forms of that setting. – Francis Schaeffer

143801. Doctrinal rightness and rightness of ecclesiastical position are important, but only as a starting point to go on into a living relationship – and not as ends in themselves. – Francis Schaeffer

143802. Christianity provides a unified answer for the whole of life. – Francis Schaeffer

143803. Christianity is the greatest intellectual system the mind of man has ever touched. – Francis Schaeffer

143804. It’s ridiculous that time and time again we need a radioactive cloud coming out of a nuclear power-station to remind us that atomic energy is extraordinarily dangerous. – Pierre Schaeffer

143805. First, it doesn’t surprise me that traditional music has experienced a kind of exhaustion in the 20th century – not forgetting that many musicians started to look outside the traditional structures of tonality. – Pierre Schaeffer

143806. Has it struck you that the music which is regarded as the most sublime in western civilization, which is the music of Bach, is called baroque? – Pierre Schaeffer

143807. I’m very aware of what you’re talking about as I was involved with the radio in Africa in the same period as I was doing Concrete – I was doing both at the same time. – Pierre Schaeffer

143808. In contrast, traditional classical music starts from an abstract musical schema. This is then notated and only expressed in concrete sound as a last stage, when it is performed. – Pierre Schaeffer

143809. Barbarians always think of themselves as the bringers of civilization. – Pierre Schaeffer

143810. The world has just got more dangerous because the things we use have got more dangerous. – Pierre Schaeffer

143811. The whole problem of the sound-work is distancing oneself from the dramatic. – Pierre Schaeffer

143812. The only hope is that our civilization will collapse at a certain point, as always happens in history. Then, out of barbarity, a renaissance. – Pierre Schaeffer

143813. The moment at which music reveals its true nature is contained in the ancient exercise of the theme with variations. The complete mystery of music is explained right there. – Pierre Schaeffer

143814. Morally, the world is both better and worse than it was. We are worse off than in the middle ages, or the 17th and 18th centuries, in that we have the atomic menace. – Pierre Schaeffer

143815. The impressionists, Debussy, Faure, in France, did take a few steps forward. – Pierre Schaeffer

143816. Sound is the vocabulary of nature. – Pierre Schaeffer

143817. People who share the same language, French or Chinese or whatever, have the same vocal cords and emit sounds which are basically the same, as they come from the same throats and lungs. – Pierre Schaeffer

143818. The world changes materially. Science makes advances in technology and understanding. But the world of humanity doesn’t change. – Pierre Schaeffer

143819. Noises have generally been thought of as indistinct, but this is not true. – Pierre Schaeffer

143820. Take a sound from whatever source, a note on a violin, a scream, a moan, a creaking door, and there is always this symmetry between the sound basis, which is complex and has numerous characteristics which emerge through a process of comparison within our perception. – Pierre Schaeffer

143821. Christ himself wrote nothing, but furnished endless material for books and songs of gratitude and praise. – Philip Schaff

143822. It is more than a book, it is an institution which rules the Christian world. – Philip Schaff

143823. Jesus Christ is the beginning, the middle, and the end of all. In the Gospels he walks in human form upon the earth, and accomplishes the work of redemption. – Philip Schaff

143824. The apostolic writings are of three kinds: historical, didactic, and prophetic. – Philip Schaff

143825. The living Church of the redeemed is his book. He founded a religion of the living spirit, not of a written code, like the Mosaic law. Yet his words and deeds are recorded by as honest and reliable witnesses as ever put pen to paper. – Philip Schaff

143826. To the first class belong the Gospels and Acts; to the second, the Epistles; to the third, the Revelation. – Philip Schaff

143827. The New Testament evinces its universal design in its very, style, which alone distinguishes it from all the literary productions of earlier and later times. – Philip Schaff

143828. The New Testament presents, in its way, the same union of the divine and human as the person of Christ. In this sense also ‘the word became flesh, and dwells among us.’ – Philip Schaff

143829. The style of the Bible in general is singularly adapted to men of every class and grade of culture, affording the child the simple nourishment for its religious wants, and the profoundest thinker inexhaustible matter of study. – Philip Schaff

143830. Vote counting and ballot collecting does not occur in the light of day. There are too many occasions when observers and opposing parties lose contact with the ballots. – Bob Schaffer

143831. Though there is growing division among the Ukrainian military ranks as to loyalty in this revolution, the possibility of violence looms over the entire situation. – Bob Schaffer

143832. There are many hands touching ballots after a voter drops his ballot into the ballot box. There is no guarantee of ballot secrecy for anyone, which makes the whole system vulnerable to intimidation and bribery. – Bob Schaffer

143833. The Russians have a lot at stake, and the power of Moscow pride should never be underestimated. – Bob Schaffer

143834. The Western media tends to place a lot of emphasis on official institutions in Ukraine such as its supreme court, the central election commission, and the parliament. In reality, the people of Ukraine now control their destiny. – Bob Schaffer

143835. Reducing the tax burden is necessary to produce economic growth. – Bob Schaffer

143836. One cannot help being impressed by the protesters. They have begun each day of the protest in Kiev in prayer and all activities are accomplished with a collective sense of respect, kindness, and an intention to conduct a peaceful revolution. – Bob Schaffer

143837. The recent history of Ukraine is replete with dead journalists, beaten journalists, news agencies being shut down, and politicians being injured or killed. Most are killed in mysterious auto accidents. – Bob Schaffer

143838. The objective of the demonstrators is to win the affection of the armed agents of the government. Most of the Kiev police have now pledged their support for the people. – Bob Schaffer

143839. The first thing the federal government can do to help is get out of the way. – Bob Schaffer

143840. The demonstrators in Ukraine will persevere and succeed, or grow tired, cold and fade. – Bob Schaffer

143841. The revolution has been dubbed The Orange Revolution, orange being the campaign color of Viktor Yushchenko. The demonstrators say they are tired of living under a corrupt government. – Bob Schaffer

143842. Salazar’s record is one of weakness; he hasn’t been a good attorney general. – Bob Schaffer

143843. As long as the opposition believes the world will stand with Ukraine’s democrat reformers, they will have the leverage and the courage to establish a legitimate republic under the leadership of Viktor Yushchenko. – Bob Schaffer

143844. Government is just spending too much money. – Bob Schaffer

143845. I would love to see the French spending money to restore Iraq. – Bob Schaffer

143846. In the late afternoons and early evenings, the crowd is easily over 1 million. That many people simply can’t fit in Independence Square. The demonstration spills in to the streets for several blocks. – Bob Schaffer

143847. It is unlikely Yanukovich won. If he did, his government made it impossible to determine. – Bob Schaffer

143848. My mother is Ukrainian. She immigrated to the U.S. from Canada as a child. – Bob Schaffer

143849. There is nothing to indicate any biological need for an exclusive primary bond; nothing to suggest that mothering cannot be shared by several people. – H. R. Schaffer

143850. Plan Colombia was supposed to reduce Colombia’s cultivation and distribution of drugs by 50 percent, but 6 years and $4.7 billion later, the drug control results are meager at best. – Jan Schakowsky

143851. As a first generation Jewish American, I have witnessed firsthand Jewish immigrants who have come to this Nation in order to create a better life for themselves, their families, and future generations. – Jan Schakowsky

143852. Well, I was a very strong opponent of the war, in fact, one of those who went door to door to my colleagues and thus achieved 60 percent of the Democrats voting no against this war. – Jan Schakowsky

143853. We need a vibrant Medicaid program and strategies to expand affordable access to health care for all, especially for the specialty care services that community health centers do not provide. – Jan Schakowsky

143854. Through educational programming, Jewish American History Month will help raise the awareness of a people, their history and contributions. It will help combat anti-Semitism, a phenomenon that is on the rise and that unfortunately still exists in our Nation. – Jan Schakowsky

143855. Three years into the war, tens of thousands of American troops remain targets of a growing Iraqi insurgency. – Jan Schakowsky

143856. There is a lot that happens around the world we cannot control. We cannot stop earthquakes, we cannot prevent droughts, and we cannot prevent all conflict, but when we know where the hungry, the homeless and the sick exist, then we can help. – Jan Schakowsky

143857. The House Republican leadership has simply run out of ideas. – Jan Schakowsky

143858. Since the birth of our Nation, no other right has been more important than having the ability to vote. Unfortunately, as history has shown, the denial of this right to minorities is a scar on our system of democracy. – Jan Schakowsky

143859. Simply raising fuel economy standards for passenger cars and light trucks to 33 miles per gallon would eliminate our oil imports from the Persian Gulf. – Jan Schakowsky

143860. Rather than proposing a forward-looking energy initiative, House Republicans continue to push Big Oil’s tired old ideas, ideas that will do absolutely nothing to lower gas prices for the American consumer. – Jan Schakowsky

143861. As a Jew I cannot sit idle while genocidal atrocities continue to unfold in Darfur, Sudan. – Jan Schakowsky

143862. In Illinois, community, migrant, homeless and public housing health centers operate 268 primary care sites and serve close to 1 million patients every year. – Jan Schakowsky

143863. I was proud to witness American Jewish organizations found the Save Darfur Coalition in June 2004 to mobilize a coordinated interfaith response to the ongoing humanitarian disaster. – Jan Schakowsky

143864. Handcuffing the ability of states and localities to develop clean fuels in the cheapest possible way, using local resources, is not sound or sensible policy. – Jan Schakowsky

143865. Each and every day health centers provide high-quality primary and preventive care to our constituents. – Jan Schakowsky

143866. Community health centers do a great deal with limited resources. They provide critical medical care services to many who would otherwise have no other place to go or would end up in an emergency room. – Jan Schakowsky

143867. Because the Bush Administration will set no timetable for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq, both chambers of Congress acted to make sure our troops will not be left in Iraq indefinitely. – Jan Schakowsky

143868. And we’ve also had now the speaker of the Parliament in Iraq using blatantly anti-Semitic remarks, saying the Jews and sons of Jews are the problem of all the violence that’s in Iraq. – Jan Schakowsky

143869. Like other important immigrant communities, the Jewish experience in the United States represents the ideal of freedom and the promise and opportunity of America. – Jan Schakowsky

143870. As grateful as we are for all the work the community health centers do, it is also important that we recognize that they cannot solve the health care crisis facing our Nation by themselves. – Jan Schakowsky

143871. Lacey said if he wanted to read a daily or regular critiques of the Bush administration, he would read the New York Times, and that’s not what he wanted in the Village Voice. – Sydney Schanberg

143872. People in New York pay attention to national issues – a huge percentage of people. – Sydney Schanberg

143873. The mainstream press and television do a very soft job of covering the press, either as corporate entities or as news organizations. – Sydney Schanberg

143874. The Voice has always been an alternative paper. They have always understood that that was part of their role. – Sydney Schanberg

143875. This isn’t a little debate society. That’s high school stuff. – Sydney Schanberg

143876. Lacey had this huge chip on his shoulder. He walked into the room thinking that the people didn’t welcome him and didn’t like him. He gave the impression that he didn’t understand the Voice and New York, and he didn’t want to. – Sydney Schanberg

143877. You can criticize any news staff in some ways, but the one thing that you couldn’t call the Village Voice staff was a staff of stenographers, taking notes from public figures and just passing them on. – Sydney Schanberg

143878. My own reaction from a distance is that Pol Pot’s demise as the leader of the Khmer Rouge was inevitable, and that his own paranoia did him in as much as anything else. – Sydney Schanberg

143879. What happened was very sad. Mr. Lacey told the staff that he was disappointed and appalled that the front of the book was all commentary and that he wanted hard news. – Sydney Schanberg

143880. It’s very easy to say that something is a shadow of itself, and it may be true in some senses. – Sydney Schanberg

143881. If you believe in journalism, you don’t insult good journalists. – Sydney Schanberg

143882. I just don’t believe that you have to come in and insult people when you want to change things. – Sydney Schanberg

143883. I don’t see any move toward international pressure to stabilize the situation. – Sydney Schanberg

143884. I don’t know how you can do it, if you don’t recognition the media as a power center in America. – Sydney Schanberg

143885. I don’t judge myself by what someone says. – Sydney Schanberg

143886. I asked him, How could we have a press column if we can’t write about other work done in the press? – Sydney Schanberg

143887. Contradictory to my religion, I think, is journalism. – Sydney Schanberg

143888. As I understand it, Lacey has dismissed all of the fact checkers. – Sydney Schanberg

143889. Pol Pot carried out through the years enormous purges against his own followers because of his paranoia. – Sydney Schanberg

143890. Lacey didn’t like it, even though he was born here, I understand. I mean, he was born in Brooklyn. He told the staff that they better prepare themselves to say goodbye to some of their friends. – Sydney Schanberg

143891. Sometimes the laughter in mothering is the recognition of the ironies and absurdities. Sometimes, though, it’s just pure, unthinking delight. – Barbara Schapiro

143892. The true portrait of a man is a fusion of what he thinks he is, what others think he is, what he really is and what he tries to be. – Dore Schary

143893. By vulgarity I mean that vice of civilization which makes man ashamed of himself and his next of kin, and pretend to be somebody else. – Solomon Schechter

143894. You cannot be anything if you want to be everything. – Solomon Schechter

143895. I have broken a lot of stories. – Robert Scheer

143896. What Clinton severed with his welfare reform was the obligation of the federal government to step in when the states failed and to monitor these programs. – Robert Scheer

143897. Well, what happened is that I had been the subject of vicious attacks by Bill O’Reilly and Rush Limbaugh. – Robert Scheer

143898. We talk about a free press. These people hide, they make a lot of money off the media. They hide behind the slogans of free press, and then they can come out with crap like that. It’s just garbage. It’s insulting to the readers. – Robert Scheer

143899. They know that the column resonates in the community. They know that people like it, and yet they don’t have room for one column once week that consistently got it right. – Robert Scheer

143900. So this guy, Jeff Johnson, who is an accountant who cares nothing at all about a free press and cares nothing about journalism, he’s a right winger who supported the war, you know, who two years ago told people he couldn’t stand a word that I wrote. – Robert Scheer

143901. The publisher has told – you know, if these editors, Andres Martinez and Nick Goldberg, were the least bit honest about this, they would tell you the publisher has told them he wants the editorial page to be conservative. – Robert Scheer

143902. When Howard Dean started saying some honest things, they hung him. – Robert Scheer

143903. The paper nominated me 12 or 13 times for the Pulitzer Prize. – Robert Scheer

143904. The issue I highlight in the book is welfare reform. – Robert Scheer

143905. The decision came from the publisher. It certainly was cleared by Chicago. And then they come out with these fine sounding words about relation to readers and their obligation. It has nothing to do with that. – Robert Scheer

143906. That means presenting the issues in certain ways that will appeal to those people and then becoming a prisoner of your own language and thought process. That has always happened – it’s just been intensified. – Robert Scheer

143907. What passes for investigative journalism is finding somebody with their pants down – literally or otherwise. – Robert Scheer

143908. And new people come in, and it doesn’t go along with their politics, and they fire me, end the column, silence a voice in Los Angeles. They can’t silence it nationally, but they are able to do it there. – Robert Scheer

143909. I teach at USC, and it’s obvious to anyone who teaches college students that they don’t cover much modern history and certainly not the modern presidency. – Robert Scheer

143910. Much of what candidates have to do is raise money and appeal to constituencies or interest groups that can provide that money. – Robert Scheer

143911. And the big issue here, I think, is that the publisher took over the editorial pages, a guy named Jeff Johnson. He’s an accountant from Chicago, doesn’t know anything about what newspapers are supposed to be about, and he made a decision to get rid of the column. – Robert Scheer

143912. Even with the best of intentions, even when they’re very smart and knowledgeable – as opposed to George W., who is neither – it doesn’t seem to matter. – Robert Scheer

143913. For example, I spent a lot of time with Reagan, both before he ran for governor and when he was running for president. As a print reporter without the cameras, I was able to really test the quality of their minds and their knowledge base. – Robert Scheer

143914. I talked to Reagan for about six hours all told. and Reagan was willing to go along with it. He didn’t look at his watch, and he didn’t allow his campaign aides to cut it off. – Robert Scheer

143915. I was a finalist for the Pulitzer as a reporter. – Robert Scheer

143916. I was able to do something that people can’t do these days, which is to have quality time with the guys who were trying to be president and a number of them who got the job. – Robert Scheer

143917. It had run as a column – I had worked at the paper since 1976, but the column had been running for 13 years, and I think it was a strong column, criticizing the war when the paper was supporting it. – Robert Scheer

143918. I’ve been with the paper for almost 30 years. – Robert Scheer

143919. For instance, Clinton who was unquestionably the smartest of the bunch I talked to – both the ones who made it and didn’t. He had a great interest in policy. – Robert Scheer

143920. The important thing is to do good work, no matter what medium you do it in. – Roy Scheider

143921. Freedom is a muscle… you have to exercise it. – Roy Scheider

143922. You read a lot about movies with budgets of $25 to 30 million. Hell, if a studio can piss away that kind of money, why not let ’em piss on me? – Roy Scheider

143923. Peace is when time doesn’t matter as it passes by. – Maria Schell

143924. I think there’s a poet who wrote once a tragedy by Shakespeare, a symphony by Beethoven and a thunderstorm are based on the same elements. I think that’s a beautiful line. – Maximilian Schell

143925. I just think the word interview, although it is the view between two people exchanged, became a sort of cliche. You ask questions and the other one answers. – Maximilian Schell

143926. Well, I did Marlene 15 years ago and that’s in the style. It’s somehow similar and not similar because Marlene was much more aggressive, funny and sad. – Maximilian Schell

143927. We should never forget that Hollywood was built by Europeans, and the old Jewish boys from Eastern Europe. – Maximilian Schell

143928. The interesting thing is that I found scenes which I put together which could appeal to almost every woman, or apply to almost every woman after the war. Falling in love, dancing, marrying. – Maximilian Schell

143929. Music in this film is a very important part. – Maximilian Schell

143930. I’m always happy when I’m left alone, but if somebody comes and is nice, then we talk. – Maximilian Schell

143931. A conversation goes sometimes into personal things and that’s nicer. You look to each other and you have a different picture, you get into a relationship. – Maximilian Schell

143932. I played piano, I learned a lot about music. – Maximilian Schell

143933. I did have fun, for example, in The Black Hole which was very popular among youngsters. – Maximilian Schell

143934. First love is first love, first marriage is first marriage, disappointment is disappointment. – Maximilian Schell

143935. Except here it’s more power, more energy, younger and also in Europe it’s still not only entertainment. Theater or films are looked at as a moral institution. That’s why maybe they’re so poetic. Here it’s clear entertainment. – Maximilian Schell

143936. And it’s interesting, but I’m always interested in the story behind the story. – Maximilian Schell

143937. And in reality, I don’t think it’s a real documentary. It’s more a story of her life. It’s a story of survival. It’s a story of the time in which she lived. The story of success and failure. – Maximilian Schell

143938. I never played the right roles, or very rarely got the right roles offered, except on stage. – Maximilian Schell

143939. Architecture in general is frozen music. – Friedrich von Schelling

143940. There’s an entire flight simulator hidden in every copy of Microsoft Excel 97. – Bruce Scheneier

143941. When a big company lays you off, they often give you a year’s salary to ‘go pursue a dream.’ If you’re stupid, you panic and get another job. If you’re smart, you take the money and use the time to figure out what you want to do next. – Bruce Scheneier

143942. People don’t understand computers. Computers are magical boxes that do things. People believe what computers tell them. – Bruce Scheneier

143943. I am regularly asked what the average Internet user can do to ensure his security. My first answer is usually ‘Nothing; you’re screwed’. – Bruce Scheneier

143944. If you are a musician and you don’t show any interest on the business level then you are actually vulnerable and people will rip you off. They will sweet talk you into anything. – Michael Schenker

143945. The music is a personal expression, like art. It is something that you like doing that comes from within, and is an expression that comes from God. That is why artists are beautiful and why people who copy are not really artistic. – Michael Schenker

143946. Phil has always been a fighter. He was getting in fights all the time. I told him that if he ever hit me then I would leave the band. He wanted to find out if I was telling him the truth. He hit me so I left and that is how UFO split up. – Michael Schenker

143947. It would be a dream come true if I could just go from studio to studio and play solos. – Michael Schenker

143948. In the past, I have not been able to hear myself. I play with feeling so I need to hear what is coming out of the amplifier to inspire me; I don’t just play mechanically. – Michael Schenker

143949. In order to get somewhere in life, you need to have a vision. The vision brings you to the table. Without a vision, you just do what everybody else does and you are just there. – Michael Schenker

143950. If you don’t get on the field and play then you will be missing out. – Michael Schenker

143951. If everyone would look for that uniqueness then we would have a very colorful world. – Michael Schenker

143952. If you are in a band like my brother, Rudolf, who is in the Scorpions, then you have a kind of umbrella and you cover each other. You have five people to discuss things with and you are all in the same boat, and therefore make much wiser choices. – Michael Schenker

143953. When you are live you never know what is going to happen. – Michael Schenker

143954. The other thing that has made playing live for me more enjoyable is the audience. I never knew I had such heartfelt, loving fans. – Michael Schenker

143955. I have always known that it comes from deep within myself. I always knew what sound I wanted, and how I wanted to play. I knew everything, it just had to be developed. – Michael Schenker

143956. If you copy then it is not self-expression. – Michael Schenker

143957. I view life as a learning experience. It is not so much all about music; it is about what happens when you are doing the music. – Michael Schenker

143958. I believe that every person has uniqueness – something that nobody else has. – Michael Schenker

143959. Depression is something that makes you lose your sight. – Michael Schenker

143960. I have made stage adjustments which allow me to hear myself better onstage so that has made playing live much more enjoyable. – Michael Schenker

143961. I love to be creative. – Michael Schenker

143962. I need to hear what I am doing in order to create the next note. If I don’t hear it then I can’t feed myself. – Michael Schenker

143963. I play with feeling so I need to hear what is coming out of the amplifier to inspire me; I don’t just play mechanically. I need to hear what I am doing in order to create the next note. If I don’t hear it then I can’t feed myself. – Michael Schenker

143964. I practiced for at least two hours every day for twenty years, before then I practiced maybe four to five hours a day, and before then 14 hours a day. It was all I had ever done. – Michael Schenker

143965. I prefer playing in the studio because you have much more control over things. – Michael Schenker

143966. Even when I was very depressed, I could hold on to something. It seems that I have always had that streak of gold that I could hold on to. – Michael Schenker

143967. The world is lousy with Arab princes. And if we could have got Osama bin Laden, and saved at some point down the road 3,000 American lives, a few less Arab princes would have been OK in my book. – Michael Scheuer

143968. Saudi Arabia was, until just a few years ago, probably one of the most safe countries on earth. And now the paper is daily full of activities and shootouts between Islamists who supported Osama bin Laden and the government there. – Michael Scheuer

143969. The treatise found that he was perfectly within his rights to use them. – Michael Scheuer

143970. ‘The war in Iraq – if Osama was a Christian – it’s the Christmas present he never would have expected. – Michael Scheuer

143971. Until we respect bin Laden, we are going to die in numbers that are probably unnecessary. – Michael Scheuer

143972. We are tangled in a very significant Islamic insurgency in Iraq. – Michael Scheuer

143973. Where he was, where his cells were, where his logistical channels were, how he communicated. Who his allies were. Who donated to them. I think it’s fair to say the entire range of sources were brought to bear. – Michael Scheuer

143974. Our leaders continue to say that we’re making strong headway against this problem. And I think we are not. – Michael Scheuer

143975. You couldn’t have done this without killing an Arab prince. – Michael Scheuer

143976. Sister Virginia used to say, ‘You’ll be known by the company you keep.’ – Michael Scheuer

143977. Without the connotation good or bad, bin Laden’s a great man in the sense that he’s influenced the course of history. – Michael Scheuer

143978. No one wants to abandon the Israelis. But I think the perception is, and I think it’s probably an accurate perception, that the tail is leading the dog – that we are giving the Israelis carte blanche ability to exercise whatever they want to do in their area. – Michael Scheuer

143979. No one should be surprised when Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda detonate a weapon of mass destruction in the United States. I don’t believe in inevitability. But I think it’s pretty close to being inevitable. – Michael Scheuer

143980. Most dramatically, and perhaps least noticed, is the violence inside Saudi Arabia itself. – Michael Scheuer

143981. It’s not a choice between war and peace. It’s a choice between war and endless war. It’s not appeasement. I think it’s better even to call it American self-interest. – Michael Scheuer

143982. I’m much better informed than Mr. Clarke ever was about the nature of the intelligence that was available again Osama bin Laden and which was consistently denigrated by himself and Mr. Tenet. – Michael Scheuer

143983. I think Mr. Clarke had a tendency to interfere too much with the activities of the CIA, and our leadership at the senior level let him interfere too much. So criticism from him I kind of wear as a badge of honor. – Michael Scheuer

143984. Bin Laden is remarkably eager for Americans to know why he doesn’t like us, what he intends to do about it and then following up and doing something about it in terms of military actions. – Michael Scheuer

143985. Bin Laden does reprehensible activities, and we should surely take care of that by killing him as soon as we can. But he’s not an irrational man. He’s a very worthy enemy. He’s an enemy to worry about. – Michael Scheuer

143986. And if that’s what the American people want, then that’s what the policy should be, of course. But the idea that anything in the United States is too sensitive to discuss or too dangerous to discuss is really, I think, absurd. – Michael Scheuer

143987. A nuclear weapon of some dimension, whether it’s actually a nuclear weapon, or a dirty bomb, or some kind of radiological device. Yes, I think it’s probably a near thing. – Michael Scheuer

143988. The uniqueness of the unit was more or less that it was focused on a single individual. It was really the first time the agency had done that sort of effort. – Michael Scheuer

143989. One of the great intellectual failures of the American intelligence community, and especially the counterterrorism community, is to assume if someone hasn’t attacked us, it’s because he can’t or because we’ve defeated him. – Michael Scheuer

143990. Eating is not merely a material pleasure. Eating well gives a spectacular joy to life and contributes immensely to goodwill and happy companionship. It is of great importance to the morale. – Elsa Schiaparelli

143991. Women dress alike all over the world: they dress to be annoying to other women. – Elsa Schiaparelli

143992. In difficult times fashion is always outrageous. – Elsa Schiaparelli

143993. A good cook is like a sorceress who dispenses happiness. – Elsa Schiaparelli

143994. Never fit a dress to the body but train the body to fit the dress. – Elsa Schiaparelli

143995. Your face is your calling card, but you’re not so famous that you can’t go out. – Vincent Schiavelli

143996. I had a wonderful time playing Dr. Kaufman in Tomorrow Never Dies. It was a real Bond villain, over the top, almost laughable but dangerous. – Vincent Schiavelli

143997. I get to meet a lot of people, and I really like people. – Vincent Schiavelli

143998. I have a second bedroom I don’t use. I’m going to start the Second Bedroom Film Festival. You’re all invited. – Vincent Schiavelli

143999. I met Milos in 1967. I was working on a student film. And there is Milos Forman. So that’s how I met Milos. – Vincent Schiavelli

144000. I shot this wonderful picture called American Saint a couple of years ago, which is still looking for release. – Vincent Schiavelli

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