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180000 famous quotes part 20 – 19001 to 20000

19001. We’re quite into graphics that are simultaneously two- and three-dimensional. But I can’t really elaborate any further because it’s not something – we haven’t really perfected it. – Sean Booth

19002. Working in the digital domain, you’re using approximations of things; the actual sound wave never enters the equation. You deal with sections of it, and you’re able to do so much more by just reducing the information to a finite amount. – Sean Booth

19003. The music industry over there seems to treat America like it’s one territory even though they got offices in different parts of America – they’re still quite sort of ‘America is the territory.’ – Sean Booth

19004. A mate of mine said recently said a lot of stuff sounds like you’re listening to it outside, but also like you’re surrounded by it, and I think that’s quite similar. – Sean Booth

19005. It’s claustrophobic, and I think it is to do with the amount that we’re exposing people to one particular point. – Sean Booth

19006. It’s incredible, but I think a lot of people it shot over their heads ’cause they’re used to just getting images and messing around with them, and for us to do something quite so ‘designed’ was a bit of a shock. – Sean Booth

19007. A lot of the Warp stuff has infected people’s minds ’cause they’re at the point where they can put tracks out, ’cause electronics are cheaper in America and kids are richer generally. – Sean Booth

19008. I don’t know whether I’m, like, jumping the gun but it’s possible that in the future we may be able to use the information that we can’t receive at the moment. – Sean Booth

19009. I don’t particularly care how many records we sell any more because we’ve kind of bought all the equipment we want to buy. – Sean Booth

19010. I hate the idea of getting in a building that someone else has designed and having to do something to it yourself to sort of dress it up – it’s like using presets in your tracks. – Sean Booth

19011. I’d rather be on a label that understands us and allows us to be a bit odd. – Sean Booth

19012. I’m quite into the idea of engineering being beautiful. – Sean Booth

19013. It just comes down to taste at the end of the day, and that’s something you can’t really analyze. Yeah, I think to have it all there is basically best, regardless of whether there’s hiss there as well. – Sean Booth

19014. I’m well into sort of Santiago Calatrava and people like that. – Sean Booth

19015. I’ve never seen America as being one place, but I think the record industry people I’ve spoken to – although they will acknowledge that the cities are completely different from each other – I think they still handle it as being one territory. – Sean Booth

19016. I think doing more live stuff’s made us feel a certain way about that particular point. I quite like small clubs. I don’t really like playing in big clubs, and I think I’m really into the idea of a few people being together. – Sean Booth

19017. I’m not a betting woman, but I have $50 on Secretariat with an old director friend of mine. – Shirley Booth

19018. Why is it that men who can go through severe accidents, air raids, and any other major crisis always seems to think that they are at death’s door when they have a simple head cold? – Shirley Booth

19019. Actors should be overheard, not listened to, and the audience is 50 percent of the performance. – Shirley Booth

19020. It’s OK, I guess, if you really need the money, but luckily, I’m not in that position. – Shirley Booth

19021. But, my dear, I knew when I was a baby what I wanted to do, and I’ll tell you, kiddo, if you don’t do what your heart tells you, you’ll never be real. – Shirley Booth

19022. There is an audience for every play; it’s just that sometimes it can’t wait long enough to find it. – Shirley Booth

19023. Look! Don’t be deceived by appearances – men and things are not what they seem. All who are not on the rock are in the sea! – William Booth

19024. But what is the use of preaching the Gospel to men whose whole attention is concentrated upon a mad, desperate struggle to keep themselves alive? – William Booth

19025. The profession of a prostitute is the only career in which the maximum income is paid to the newest apprentice. – William Booth

19026. The greatness of a man’s power is the measure of his surrender. – William Booth

19027. We must wake ourselves up! Or somebody else will take our place, and bear our cross, and thereby rob us of our crown. – William Booth

19028. Go straight for souls, and go for the worst. – William Booth

19029. I must assert in the most unqualified way that it is primarily and mainly for the sake of saving the soul that I seek the salvation of the body. – William Booth

19030. My recovery, though slower than hoped for, is nevertheless assured. – Frederick W. Borden

19031. The rumor that the state of my health will necessitate my resignation is entirely unfounded. – Frederick W. Borden

19032. I have no intention of resigning, and confidently expect to resume official duties within three months. – Frederick W. Borden

19033. Maggie went out of doors to wash the windows and father came out into the kitchen and said he did not know whether he would go down to the post office or not. And then I sprinkled some handkerchiefs to iron. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19034. I thought I would go out, and see if the air would make me feel any better. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19035. I don’t know what I have said. I have answered so many questions and I am so confused I don’t know one thing from another. I am telling you just as nearly as I know. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19036. When I first came down stairs, for two or three minutes I went down cellar to the water closet. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19037. She told me she had a note, somebody was sick. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19038. She said she was going out, and would get the dinner. That is the last I saw her, or said anything to her. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19039. My door was open part of the time, and part of the time I tried to get a nap and their voices annoyed me, and I closed it. I kept it open in summer more or less, and closed in winter. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19040. Last winter when I was coming home from church one Thursday evening, I saw somebody run around the house again. I told my father of that. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19041. I was on the stairs coming down when she let him in. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19042. I was not up stairs when he came home; no, sir. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19043. I think he came to the front door and rang the bell, and Maggie let him in, and he said he had forgotten his key; so I think she must have been down stairs. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19044. Oh, Mrs. Churchill, do come over, someone has killed father. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19045. I never eat any breakfast. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19046. I know what she used to do sometimes. She kept her best cape she wore on the street in there, and she used occasionally to go up there to get it and to take it into her room. She kept a great deal in the guest room drawers. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19047. I knew there was an old axe down cellar; that is all I knew. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19048. Go for Dr. Bowen as soon as you can. I think father is hurt. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19049. I always went to my sister, because she was older and had the care of me after my mother died. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19050. I can’t do anything in a minute. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19051. I did not hear her go or come back, but I supposed she went. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19052. I did not see his face, because he was all covered with blood. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19053. I don’t know whether Mrs. Borden is out or in; I wish you would see if she is in her room. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19054. I was feeling well enough to eat the pears. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19055. I have been away a great deal in the daytime, occasionally at night. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19056. I said I thought first I was on the stairs; then I remembered I was in the kitchen when he came in. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19057. I had no occasion for an apron on that morning. – Lizzie Andrew Borden

19058. Shooting a television show can be very difficult and at times can really wear on you. If you keep reminding yourself that it is a job and you show up together as a team and as a whole, you can prevail. – David Boreanaz

19059. I see L.A. as a beautiful blonde with dirty underwear. – David Boreanaz

19060. I want to make films and write films, which will happen, I’m just taking a different route right now. I’m a bit of a chameleon with the whole entertainment industry so to speak. – David Boreanaz

19061. I went to Ithaca, found the Grateful Dead and my life was changed. – David Boreanaz

19062. I was always one who was clowning around in school and getting in trouble. – David Boreanaz

19063. A dress that zips up the back will bring a husband and wife together. – James H. Boren

19064. I got the bill for my surgery. Now I know what those doctors were wearing masks for. – James H. Boren

19065. It is hard to look up to a leader who keeps his ear to the ground. – James H. Boren

19066. When in doubt, mumble; when in trouble, delegate; when in charge, ponder. – James H. Boren

19067. Feelings are not supposed to be logical. Dangerous is the man who has rationalized his emotions. – David Borenstein

19068. Nineties style isn’t. – David Borenstein

19069. One cannot subdue a man by holding back his hands. Lasting peace comes not from force. – David Borenstein

19070. ‘Tis nobler to lose honor to save the lives of men than it is to gain honor by taking them. – David Borenstein

19071. We’re at unique point in history where the things that we are building are going to significantly impact our social, political, economical, and personal lives. – Anita Borg

19072. Women will change the corporation more than we expect. – Anita Borg

19073. None of these devices address that women keep track of many people’s lives, not just their own. – Anita Borg

19074. Leaders of the future will have to be visionary and be able to bring people in – real communicators. These are things that women bring to leadership and executive positions, and it’s going to be incredibly valuable and incredibly in demand. – Anita Borg

19075. If you’re afraid of losing, then you daren’t win. – Bjorn Borg

19076. It’s not easy to part with the trophies. However, I do need to have some long-term financial security for those close to me. – Bjorn Borg

19077. My greatest point is my persistence. I never give up in a match. However down I am, I fight until the last ball. My list of matches shows that I have turned a great many so-called irretrievable defeats into victories. – Bjorn Borg

19078. You have to find it. No one else can find it for you. – Bjorn Borg

19079. I don’t mind going back to daylight saving time. With inflation, the hour will be the only thing I’ve saved all year. – Victor Borge

19080. When an opera star sings her head off, she usually improves her appearance. – Victor Borge

19081. The difference between a violin and a viola is that a viola burns longer. – Victor Borge

19082. Santa Claus has the right idea – visit people only once a year. – Victor Borge

19083. My father invented a cure for which there was no disease and unfortunately my mother caught it and died of it. – Victor Borge

19084. Laughter is the closest distance between two people. – Victor Borge

19085. If I have caused just one person to wipe away a tear of laughter, that’s my reward. – Victor Borge

19086. I only know two pieces; one is ‘Clair de Lune’ and the other one isn’t. – Victor Borge

19087. Humor is something that thrives between man’s aspirations and his limitations. There is more logic in humor than in anything else. Because, you see, humor is truth. – Victor Borge

19088. He was happily married – but his wife wasn’t. – Victor Borge

19089. I wish to thank my parents for making it all possible… and I wish to thank my children for making it necessary. – Victor Borge

19090. In general, every country has the language it deserves. – Jorge Luis Borges

19091. To die for a religion is easier than to live it absolutely. – Jorge Luis Borges

19092. Any life is made up of a single moment, the moment in which a man finds out, once and for all, who he is. – Jorge Luis Borges

19093. I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library. – Jorge Luis Borges

19094. To fall in love is to create a religion that has a fallible god. – Jorge Luis Borges

19095. To be immortal is commonplace; except for man, all creatures are immortal, for they are ignorant of death; what is divine, terrible, incomprehensible, is to know that one is immortal. – Jorge Luis Borges

19096. Time is the substance from which I am made. Time is a river which carries me along, but I am the river; it is a tiger that devours me, but I am the tiger; it is a fire that consumes me, but I am the fire. – Jorge Luis Borges

19097. There is a concept that is the corrupter and destroyer of all others. I speak not of Evil, whose limited empire is that of ethics; I speak of the infinite. – Jorge Luis Borges

19098. The truth is that we live out our lives putting off all that can be put off; perhaps we all know deep down that we are immortal and that sooner or later all men will do and know all things. – Jorge Luis Borges

19099. The original is unfaithful to the translation. – Jorge Luis Borges

19100. The flattery of posterity is not worth much more than contemporary flattery, which is worth nothing. – Jorge Luis Borges

19101. The Falklands thing was a fight between two bald men over a comb. – Jorge Luis Borges

19102. The fact is that all writers create their precursors. Their work modifies our conception of the past, just as it is bound to modify the future. – Jorge Luis Borges

19103. The central problem of novel-writing is causality. – Jorge Luis Borges

19104. Reality is not always probable, or likely. – Jorge Luis Borges

19105. Reading is an activity subsequent to writing: more resigned, more civil, more intellectual. – Jorge Luis Borges

19106. I cannot walk through the suburbs in the solitude of the night without thinking that the night pleases us because it suppresses idle details, just as our memory does. – Jorge Luis Borges

19107. Writing is nothing more than a guided dream. – Jorge Luis Borges

19108. Poetry remembers that it was an oral art before it was a written art. – Jorge Luis Borges

19109. Democracy is an abuse of statistics. – Jorge Luis Borges

19110. Art always opts for the individual, the concrete; art is not Platonic. – Jorge Luis Borges

19111. I foresee that man will resign himself each day to new abominations, and soon that only bandits and soldiers will be left. – Jorge Luis Borges

19112. I have known uncertainty: a state unknown to the Greeks. – Jorge Luis Borges

19113. In the order of literature, as in others, there is no act that is not the coronation of an infinite series of causes and the source of an infinite series of effects. – Jorge Luis Borges

19114. Nothing is built on stone; all is built on sand, but we must build as if the sand were stone. – Jorge Luis Borges

19115. Life itself is a quotation. – Jorge Luis Borges

19116. Like all those possessing a library, Aurelian was aware that he was guilty of not knowing his in its entirety. – Jorge Luis Borges

19117. Like all writers, he measured the achievements of others by what they had accomplished, asking of them that they measure him by what he envisaged or planned. – Jorge Luis Borges

19118. One concept corrupts and confuses the others. I am not speaking of the Evil whose limited sphere is ethics; I am speaking of the infinite. – Jorge Luis Borges

19119. My undertaking is not difficult, essentially. I should only have to be immortal to carry it out. – Jorge Luis Borges

19120. Life and death have been lacking in my life. – Jorge Luis Borges

19121. I got a job immediately after leaving high school; I was lucky – three dollars a week and all I could eat, working on a vegetable truck. – Ernest Borgnine

19122. I’ve been to a number of places and seen for myself the caliber of people who are in the Navy today – in all the services for that matter. This is an altogether different bunch. These people of today are really bright, young, good people. – Ernest Borgnine

19123. I’m what you call a Depression sailor. – Ernest Borgnine

19124. The Navy has changed a great deal. Not that the officers of my day were bad, because I served under a lot of good officers, believe me. But there were a few bad ones, too. – Ernest Borgnine

19125. The major obstacle to a religious renewal is the intellectual classes, who are highly influential and tend to view religion as primitive superstition. They believe that science has left atheism as the only respectable intellectual stance. – Robert Bork

19126. When a judge assumes the power to decide which distinctions made in a statute are legitimate and which are not, he assumes the power to disapprove of any and all legislation, because all legislation makes distinctions. – Robert Bork

19127. A society deadened by a smothering network of laws while finding release in moral chaos is not likely to be either happy or stable. – Robert Bork

19128. Those who made and endorsed our Constitution knew man’s nature, and it is to their ideas, rather than to the temptations of utopia, that we must ask that our judges adhere. – Robert Bork

19129. The right to procreate is not guaranteed, explicitly or implicitly, by the Constitution. – Robert Bork

19130. The purpose that brought the fourteenth amendment into being was equality before the law, and equality, not separation, was written into the law. – Robert Bork

19131. The notion that Congress can change the meaning given a constitutional provision by the Court is subversive of the function of judicial review; and it is not the less so because the Court promises to allow it only when the Constitution is moved to the left. – Robert Bork

19132. Modernity, the child of the Enlightenment, failed when it became apparent that the good society cannot be achieved by unaided reason. – Robert Bork

19133. Law is vulnerable to the winds of intellectual or moral fashion, which it then validates as the commands of our most basic concept. – Robert Bork

19134. It is a ship with a great deal of sail but a very shallow keel. – Robert Bork

19135. In a constitutional democracy the moral content of law must be given by the morality of the framer or legislator, never by the morality of the judge. – Robert Bork

19136. I was thinking of resigning since I did not want to be perceived as a man who did the president’s bidding to save my job. I have had some time to think about it since. I think I did the right thing. – Robert Bork

19137. I don’t think the Constitution is studied almost anywhere, including law schools. In law schools, what they study is what the court said about the Constitution. They study the opinions. They don’t study the Constitution itself. – Robert Bork

19138. An egalitarian educational system is necessarily opposed to meritocracy and reward for achievement. It is inevitably opposed to procedures that might reveal differing levels of achievement. – Robert Bork

19139. Being ‘at the mercy of legislative majorities’ is merely another way of describing the basic American plan: representative democracy. – Robert Bork

19140. No winter lasts forever; no spring skips its turn. – Hal Borland

19141. The ultimate wisdom which deals with beginnings, remains locked in a seed. There it lies, the simplest fact of the universe and at the same time the one which calls faith rather than reason. – Hal Borland

19142. Summer is a promissory note signed in June, its long days spent and gone before you know it, and due to be repaid next January. – Hal Borland

19143. Summer ends, and Autumn comes, and he who would have it otherwise would have high tide always and a full moon every night. – Hal Borland

19144. October is the fallen leaf, but it is also a wider horizon more clearly seen. It is the distant hills once more in sight, and the enduring constellations above them once again. – Hal Borland

19145. Man is wise and constantly in quest of more wisdom; but the ultimate wisdom, which deals with beginnings, remains locked in a seed. There it lies, the simplest fact of the universe and at the same time the one which calls forth faith rather than reason. – Hal Borland

19146. Knowing trees, I understand the meaning of patience. Knowing grass, I can appreciate persistence. – Hal Borland

19147. If you would know strength and patience, welcome the company of trees. – Hal Borland

19148. April is a promise that May is bound to keep. – Hal Borland

19149. A woodland in full color is awesome as a forest fire, in magnitude at least, but a single tree is like a dancing tongue of flame to warm the heart. – Hal Borland

19150. A snowdrift is a beautiful thing – if it doesn’t lie across the path you have to shovel or block the road that leads to your destination. – Hal Borland

19151. You can’t be suspicious of a tree, or accuse a bird or a squirrel of subversion or challenge the ideology of a violet. – Hal Borland

19152. We’re gonna totally sell out and try to dominate the world. – Wes Borland

19153. There may be something good in silence. It’s a brand new thing. You can hear the funniest little discussions, if you keep turning the volume down. Shut yourself up, and listen out loud. – Wes Borland

19154. Real family values have gone down the drain in modern families. – Wes Borland

19155. Guys are idiots, till they’re what, 40 years old. – Wes Borland

19156. Food is the moral right of all who are born into this world. – Norman Borlaug

19157. Nevertheless, the number of farmers, small as well as large, who are adopting the new seeds and new technology is increasing very rapidly, and the increase in numbers during the past three years has been phenomenal. – Norman Borlaug

19158. Without food, man can live at most but a few weeks; without it, all other components of social justice are meaningless. – Norman Borlaug

19159. Therefore I feel that the aforementioned guiding principle must be modified to read: If you desire peace, cultivate justice, but at the same time cultivate the fields to produce more bread; otherwise there will be no peace. – Norman Borlaug

19160. There are no miracles in agricultural production. – Norman Borlaug

19161. The green revolution has an entirely different meaning to most people in the affluent nations of the privileged world than to those in the developing nations of the forgotten world. – Norman Borlaug

19162. The forgotten world is made up primarily of the developing nations, where most of the people, comprising more than fifty percent of the total world population, live in poverty, with hunger as a constant companion and fear of famine a continual menace. – Norman Borlaug

19163. The destiny of world civilization depends upon providing a decent standard of living for all mankind. – Norman Borlaug

19164. Plant diseases, drought, desolation, despair were recurrent catastrophes during the ages – and the ancient remedies: supplications to supernatural spirits or gods. – Norman Borlaug

19165. Yet food is something that is taken for granted by most world leaders despite the fact that more than half of the population of the world is hungry. – Norman Borlaug

19166. Man’s survival, from the time of Adam and Eve until the invention of agriculture, must have been precarious because of his inability to ensure his food supply. – Norman Borlaug

19167. Man seems to insist on ignoring the lessons available from history. – Norman Borlaug

19168. Man can and must prevent the tragedy of famine in the future instead of merely trying with pious regret to salvage the human wreckage of the famine, as he has so often done in the past. – Norman Borlaug

19169. For, behind the scenes, halfway around the world in Mexico, were two decades of aggressive research on wheat that not only enabled Mexico to become self-sufficient with respect to wheat production but also paved the way to rapid increase in its production in other countries. – Norman Borlaug

19170. During the past three years spectacular progress has been made in increasing wheat, rice, and maize production in several of the most populous developing countries of southern Asia, where widespread famine appeared inevitable only five years ago. – Norman Borlaug

19171. Contrasting sharply, in the developing countries represented by India, Pakistan, and most of the countries in Asia and Africa, seventy to eighty percent of the population is engaged in agriculture, mostly at the subsistence level. – Norman Borlaug

19172. Civilization as it is known today could not have evolved, nor can it survive, without an adequate food supply. – Norman Borlaug

19173. Cereal production in the rain-fed areas still remains relatively unaffected by the impact of the green revolution, but significant change and progress are now becoming evident in several countries. – Norman Borlaug

19174. Almost certainly, however, the first essential component of social justice is adequate food for all mankind. – Norman Borlaug

19175. I am but one member of a vast team made up of many organizations, officials, thousands of scientists, and millions of farmers – mostly small and humble – who for many years have been fighting a quiet, oftentimes losing war on the food production front. – Norman Borlaug

19176. Capitalism without bankruptcy is like Christianity without hell. – Frank Borman

19177. It’s a vast, lonely, forbidding expanse of nothing rather like clouds and clouds of pumice stone. And it certainly does not appear to be a very inviting place to live or work. – Frank Borman

19178. Exploration is really the essence of the human spirit. – Frank Borman

19179. Every educated person is a future enemy. – Martin Bormann

19180. Films and gramophone records, music, books and buildings show clearly how vigorously a man’s life and work go on after his “death,” whether we feel it or not, whether we are aware of the individual names or not. There is no such thing as death according to our view! – Martin Bormann

19181. National Socialism and Christianity are irreconcilable. – Martin Bormann

19182. Unfortunately this earth is not a fairy-land, but a struggle for life, perfectly natural and therefore extremely harsh. – Martin Bormann

19183. And the continuity of our science has not been affected by all these turbulent happenings, as the older theories have always been included as limiting cases in the new ones. – Max Born

19184. I am now convinced that theoretical physics is actually philosophy. – Max Born

19185. If God has made the world a perfect mechanism, He has at least conceded so much to our imperfect intellect that in order to predict little parts of it, we need not solve innumerable differential equations, but can use dice with fair success. – Max Born

19186. Intellect distinguishes between the possible and the impossible; reason distinguishes between the sensible and the senseless. Even the possible can be senseless. – Max Born

19187. The belief that there is only one truth, and that oneself is in possession of it, is the root of all evil in the world. – Max Born

19188. There are two objectionable types of believers: those who believe the incredible and those who believe that ‘belief’ must be discarded and replaced by ‘the scientific method. – Max Born

19189. Losing an illusion makes you wiser than finding a truth. – Ludwig Borne

19190. The difference between Liberty and liberties is as great as God and gods. – Ludwig Borne

19191. Goodwill is the one and only asset that competition cannot undersell or destroy. – Ludwig Borne

19192. Getting rid of a delusion makes us wiser than getting hold of a truth. – Ludwig Borne

19193. If one age believes too much it is natural that another believes too little. – Ludwig Borne

19194. Respectable people do not write music or make love as a career. – Alexander Borodin

19195. By the time you get to your ball, if you don’t know what to do with it, try another sport. – Julius Boros

19196. Retire to what? I already play golf and fish for a living. – Julius Boros

19197. I have been wounded like this since about half past eight this morning and I will tell you how it happened. – Francesco Borromini

19198. I am invariably of the politics of the people at whose table I sit, or beneath whose roof I sleep. – George Borrow

19199. Youth will be served, every dog has his day, and mine has been a fine one. – George Borrow

19200. Two great talkers will not travel far together. – George Borrow

19201. Translation is at best an echo. – George Borrow

19202. There are no countries in the world less known by the British than those selfsame British Islands. – George Borrow

19203. It has been said that idleness is the parent of mischief, which is very true; but mischief itself is merely an attempt to escape from the dreary vacuum of idleness. – George Borrow

19204. A losing trade, I assure you, sir: literature is a drug. – George Borrow

19205. Next to the love of God, the love of country is the best preventive of crime. – George Borrow

19206. Television and film acting is really fun because you are working with other people and you are not completely responsible for the outcome of the project. – Alex Borstein

19207. Every comic is really a frustrated rock star. – Alex Borstein

19208. I got my degree in rhetoric. – Alex Borstein

19209. Democracy was being saved from Communism by getting rid of democracy. – Juan Bosch

19210. I don’t pay good wages because I have a lot of money; I have a lot of money because I pay good wages. – Robert Bosch

19211. I really wanted to do research. That has never changed. – Amar Bose

19212. We learned the value of research in World War II. – Amar Bose

19213. We did experiments with the Boston Symphony for many years where we measured the angles of incidence of sound arriving at the ears of the audience, then took the measurements back to MIT and analyzed them. – Amar Bose

19214. There was a time when I was wondering about this business of going public, so I visited about a half-dozen companies in the Boston area, all of them formed by MIT faculty and all had gone public. – Amar Bose

19215. The prejudice was so bad in the United States at that time that a dark person with a white person would not be served in a restaurant. My father, mother, and I would try it occasionally. We would sit there, and the food would never come. – Amar Bose

19216. The food we ate was Indian, and both my mother and father were very deep into the ancient philosophy of India, so it could well have been an Indian household. – Amar Bose

19217. The excitement level for me working on projects is really not a bit different from when I was 26. – Amar Bose

19218. Research in this country is going down. – Amar Bose

19219. I’m forming a charitable institution for education. – Amar Bose

19220. I loved music, and in my ninth year at MIT, I decided to buy a hi-fi set. I figured that all I needed to do was look at the specifications. So I bought what looked like the best one, turned it on, and turned it off in five minutes, the sound was so poor. – Amar Bose

19221. I hope that the institution will succeed in maximizing students’ potential in the same way. I will give all of my stock to this institution. It will own the Bose Corporation and be funded by the Bose Corporation. – Amar Bose

19222. I had studied violin from age 7 to 14. – Amar Bose

19223. But today the quickest way to save your bottom line is to cut off research. – Amar Bose

19224. At MIT, I had the good fortune for seven years to teach network theory, which is basic to many disciplines, to one-third of the undergraduate student body. It was an experiment to see how high we could bring their level of understanding, and it exceeded all of my expectations. – Amar Bose

19225. At 13, I realized that I could fix anything electronic. It was amazing, I could just do it. I started a business repairing radios. It grew to be one of the largest in Philadelphia. – Amar Bose

19226. All military and most commercial aircraft use our designs that process power from jet engines. – Amar Bose

19227. One hundred percent of our earnings are reinvested in the company, and a great deal of that goes to research. – Amar Bose

19228. My wife says that my tombstone will read, ‘Here lies Mr.C, who used to be Mr.B.’ So I think that’s probably what I’ll be remembered for. – Tom Bosley

19229. Just like other illnesses, depression can be treated so that people can live happy, active lives. – Tom Bosley

19230. So we had life, death, illness, everything – every emotional involvement we had, we experienced. And I think that made what we had to do on stage, stronger. We got very much involved in what we were doing. – Tom Bosley

19231. Many people think that depression is something you just have to live with when you get older, but it’s not. – Tom Bosley

19232. I changed my mind because of a scene between Howard Cunningham and Richie. The father-son situation was written so movingly, I fell in love with the project. – Tom Bosley

19233. Happy Days was about a family… although the show was shot in the 70s, it was about a family in the 50s. I realized that kids were watching their parents grow up and the parents were watching themselves grow up. That was the key to the success of our show. – Tom Bosley

19234. I want to help people with depression understand that there is hope, so that they can get the help they need to live rich, fulfilling lives. – Tom Bosley

19235. Being a father to my family and a husband is to me much more important than what I did in the business. – Tom Bosley

19236. You have to understand that during the course of our show, we were a family for five hours a day, five days a week, maybe four days a week. And we experienced the same things that we experienced in our own family. – Tom Bosley

19237. I am convinced that nothing we do is more important than hiring and developing people. At the end of the day you bet on people, not on strategies. – Larry Bossidy

19238. Only great souls know the grandeur there is in charity. – Jacques Bossuet

19239. We could spend time together during the day and just kind of talk and enjoy each other and enjoy the moment. But it was interesting we both knew that once you walk through the gates of that stadium, then it was on, the game was on. – Ralph Boston

19240. To this day I don’t ever remember seeing a pet inside Moscow, I never saw anyone carrying a dog, or leading a dog. Err I finally saw a, a pet some years later in Kiev, so I thought that life must have been, different. – Ralph Boston

19241. So you had to rev your engines, to beat the Russians and I think more than anything, if the Soviet team would win, or the Soviet athletes would win, you would see and hear and read about that. Quite frequently. So they would make a big issue of it. – Ralph Boston

19242. I think I was more or less, convinced of that by just the press, the US press. By people who were pressuring you, saying that you gotta beat the Russian’s, if you don’t win anything else, win the Russian meet and so forth. – Ralph Boston

19243. I think I tried to separate indoors and out. And so when he beat me indoors, I did not see that as letting anybody down, I saw it as a good head to head competition, and so it was. It was fine. – Ralph Boston

19244. Afraid no, I wasn’t afraid but it was an unusual thing, it was an unusual feeling. It was an unusual atmosphere for me having grown up in this country and, and, and never seeing anything like that. – Ralph Boston

19245. Being the first to cross the finish line makes you a winner in only one phase of life. It’s what you do after you cross the line that really counts. – Ralph Boston

19246. Temptation is the fire that brings up the scum of the heart. – Thomas Boston

19247. In the 60s, if you wanted to be an actor, you couldn’t do just one thing. – Barry Bostwick

19248. Later, I even appeared in a Rock Opera with Richard Gere. – Barry Bostwick

19249. Every man over 40 should have a PSA test each year. – Barry Bostwick

19250. I’ll have the chance to do a production number on A Capitol Fourth. – Barry Bostwick

19251. What an insignificant life is this which I am now leading! – James Boswell

19252. A page of my journal is like a cake of portable soup. A little may be diffused into a considerable portion. – James Boswell

19253. A good pun may be admitted among the smaller excellencies of lively conversation. – James Boswell

19254. For my own part I think no innocent species of wit or pleasantry should be suppressed: and that a good pun may be admitted among the smaller excellencies of lively conversation. – James Boswell

19255. He who has provoked the lash of wit, cannot complain that he smarts from it. – James Boswell

19256. I hate mankind, for I think myself one of the best of them, and I know how bad I am. – James Boswell

19257. I have discovered that we may be in some degree whatever character we choose. Besides, practice forms a man to anything. – James Boswell

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19258. I have found you an argument; I am not obliged to find you an understanding. – James Boswell

19259. I suppose no person ever enjoyed with more relish the infusion of this fragrant leaf than did Johnson. – James Boswell

19260. If venereal delight and the power of propagating the species were permitted only to the virtuous, it would make the world very good. – James Boswell

19261. It is not every man who can be exquisitely miserable, any more than exquisitely happy. – James Boswell

19262. There is nothing worth the wear of winning, but laughter and the love of friends. – James Boswell

19263. We must take our friends as they are. – James Boswell

19264. A companion loves some agreeable qualities which a man may possess, but a friend loves the man himself. – James Boswell

19265. As the world’s sole remaining super power and economic powerhouses, our nation’s ability to be at the forefront of innovation and production has enabled unparalleled economic success of our nation’s workforce. – Leonard Boswell

19266. As a member of Congress, I believe it is the responsibility of those elected to represent the people at every level of government to ensure that our government works to ensure that every person who wants gainful employment has it. – Leonard Boswell

19267. As the third anniversary of the September 11th attacks draws near we must ensure our nation is prepared to handle the continued threat of violence and terrorism on our country. – Leonard Boswell

19268. Barge traffic on the Mississippi River represents the most efficient, most cost-effective, most environmentally sound means of transporting commodity goods from this region of the country to market. – Leonard Boswell

19269. Each state in the Union is honored in the order of when it ratified the Constitution and became a part of the United States. This September it is Iowa’s turn. Iowa became the 29th state to be admitted to the union on December 28, 1846. – Leonard Boswell

19270. For the good of our environment, the good of the economy, and the good of the Nation, I strongly urge support of the upper Mississippi locks and dams project. – Leonard Boswell

19271. I am committed to ensure that our intelligence community, law enforcement, medical professionals, and military have the information and funding needed to protect the American people from threats at home and abroad. – Leonard Boswell

19272. Iowa is home to teachers, farmers, lawyers, factory workers, and many others who work hard every day to provide the best for their families and their future. – Leonard Boswell

19273. It is clear we can make reforms to better ensure we are giving law enforcement all of the tools they need while maintaining the appropriate safeguards to protect the very freedoms we cherish. – Leonard Boswell

19274. Our nation was founded on the principals of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. – Leonard Boswell

19275. Our nation’s military and law enforcement personal work hard to protect us. We must thank them for their continued vigilance. Without their sacrifice we would less capable of protecting our nation. – Leonard Boswell

19276. The National Intelligence Director needs the authority to do the job we are asking him to do. That means power over the intelligence budget. And to be effective, to be allowed to do his or her job, they must have authority over the budget. – Leonard Boswell

19277. Our success in this matter is important to all Americans. Whether you are in the forest land business or just enjoy the shade of a majestic oak gracing your lawn, we all have an interest in this important issue. – Leonard Boswell

19278. We must ensure that every worker has healthcare and is able to save for their retirement. We must ensure that our workers have safe and health working conditions. – Leonard Boswell

19279. As the 29th state to join the United States of America, it is our turn to show the nation what represents Iowa. Our commitment to quality education, hard work, and small-town values are all represented in the Iowa quarter. – Leonard Boswell

19280. The pride people take in their work transcends to their homes, their education, families and communities. – Leonard Boswell

19281. The March on Washington was a culmination of years of hard work and dedication of many individuals. – Leonard Boswell

19282. The March on Washington affirmed our values as a people: equality and opportunity for all. Forty-one years ago, during a time of segregation, these were an ideal. – Leonard Boswell

19283. The American work ethic is something to be admired. Our workforce, regardless of position, works hard to produce the best product and serve customers to the best of their ability. – Leonard Boswell

19284. The American Dream is one of success, home ownership, college education for one’s children, and have a secure job to provide these and other goals. – Leonard Boswell

19285. The 9/11 Commission strongly recommends that the National Intelligence Director be fully in control of the budget, from developing it to implementing it, to ensuring that the National Intelligence Director has the clout to make decisions. – Leonard Boswell

19286. The 9/11 Commission recently released their report, citing important changes which need to be made to improve our nation’s homeland security. I voiced my disappointment with the House leadership when this report was left until after the August recess for action. – Leonard Boswell

19287. The difference between greatness and mediocrity is often how an individual views a mistake. – Nelson Boswell

19288. The first and most important step toward success is the feeling that we can succeed. – Nelson Boswell

19289. What we must try to be, of course, is ourselves and wholeheartedly. We must find out what we really are and what we really want. – Nelson Boswell

19290. Here is the simple but powerful rule… always give people more than they expect to get. – Nelson Boswell

19291. I lead an introverted and boring life here in California. – Brian Bosworth

19292. You promote your films; it’s part of your job. You do the magazine covers and stuff, and then I try to live a really normal life. I definitely don’t try to make it into any more craziness than it is. – Kate Bosworth

19293. The other day a friend called and told me they made a porn film using the title of my first movie. I guess you know you’ve made it when there’s a porn parody of a movie you’ve done. – Kate Bosworth

19294. Acting is a life experience. I’m always learning things when I’m making a movie. So the fame part of it is fine when you consider what you get out of this job. – Kate Bosworth

19295. That’s the funniest thing about portraying certain things on screen, sitting next to your parents and they get to see this glimpse of me kissing another guy. – Kate Bosworth

19296. Sport can bring communities together and can release a lot of pent-up emotions. – Ian Botham

19297. You will attract the younger generation and they might well prove tougher than the older generation. What we are trying to do is to look at the future and see what we can do to bring some stability back to people’s lives. – Ian Botham

19298. Winston Churchill would be great to have around the table. – Ian Botham

19299. I can remember running around at the age of 3, wanting to play golf, cricket and football. I was always active, one way or another, driving my parents mad. – Ian Botham

19300. What’s happened has happened, so what can we do to make it better for tomorrow and the day after? That’s why we’re here. – Ian Botham

19301. To win in Australia, for me, has to be the ultimate success because the Aussies live for sport. – Ian Botham

19302. To me, it doesn’t matter how good you are. Sport is all about playing and competing. Whatever you do in cricket and in sport, enjoy it, be positive and try to win. – Ian Botham

19303. There will be no politics, no ifs and buts; if we see something and feel that work needs to be done, we will get people here we can rely on and ensure it is done in the same thorough way as our other projects. – Ian Botham

19304. There is nothing more exciting in sport when the top two countries in the world are battling for the Ashes. – Ian Botham

19305. The resilience of these people is amazing. I am a great believer that the sooner we get things up and running in terms of sport in this area, the better. – Ian Botham

19306. The people in the villages had turned in on themselves. You can understand it. When you have a bad day on the field, what do you do? Talk to your teammates. – Ian Botham

19307. Retiring for good wasn’t difficult. I knew at the time it was right. I was no longer capable of achieving the standards I’d set myself and there was no light at the end of the tunnel. – Ian Botham

19308. If you can change three lives in 10, three lives in a hundred, that’s got to be good, hasn’t it? – Ian Botham

19309. I’m not a great one for looking back. – Ian Botham

19310. I watched children dying. That will be the image that will stay with me. – Ian Botham

19311. Genghis Khan was a fascinating man and way ahead of his time. – Ian Botham

19312. I think we are going to see exciting cricket all the way. We are watching the two best teams in the world-and I think England will eventually go on to pip Australia by a single Test. – Ian Botham

19313. I half knew what to expect when I saw the cricket ground in the morning. It was when I started to talk to people working out there, I began to find what I was looking for. – Ian Botham

19314. Soccer and cricket were my main sports growing up. I had trials as a soccer player with a few clubs interested, Crystal Palace being one, but it was cricket which became my chosen profession. – Ian Botham

19315. I think I’d struggle to get excited by synchronised swimming. – Ian Botham

19316. Direction coupling between the various radiations generated in a nuclear reaction both with one another and with the initiating radiation can also be detected and measured by coincidences; this provides valuable information about the structure of the atomic nuclei. – Walther Bothe

19317. To demonstrate this simultaneity is by no means trivial, because it may for example happen that the product nucleus always forms in an activated state at first. – Walther Bothe

19318. This result was confirmed by different researchers using various experimental arrangements. – Walther Bothe

19319. The material particle nature of primary cosmic radiation has been confirmed, although the processes turned out to be extraordinarily more complicated than we had assumed. – Walther Bothe

19320. The Laboratory for Radioactivity consisted of only two rooms at the time; at a later date, when tests of radioactive substances became more extensive, it expanded into four rooms. – Walther Bothe

19321. Strict conservation of energy in the elementary process had thus been confirmed also by a negative experiment. – Walther Bothe

19322. Rossi was the first to describe another system working with valves in parallel; it has the advantage that it can easily be extended to coincidences between more than two events, and is therefore predominantly used today. – Walther Bothe

19323. Many applications of the coincidence method will therefore be found in the large field of nuclear physics, and we can say without exaggeration that the method is one of the essential tools of the modern nuclear physicist. – Walther Bothe

19324. During this time I had the singular good fortune of being able to discuss the problem constantly with Einstein. Some experiments done at Einstein’s suggestion yielded no decisively new result. – Walther Bothe

19325. In this case, the particle formed has correspondingly less energy, whereas the product nucleus passes into the ground state with emission of the quantity of energy saved as gamma radiation. – Walther Bothe

19326. It is very a dangerous thing to have an idea that you will not practice. – Phyllis Bottome

19327. Truth, though it has many disadvantages, is at least changeless. You can always find it where you left it. – Phyllis Bottome

19328. To be in the right is often an expensive business. – Phyllis Bottome

19329. There is nothing final about a mistake, except its being taken as final. – Phyllis Bottome

19330. There are two ways of meeting difficulties: you alter the difficulties or you alter yourself meeting them. – Phyllis Bottome

19331. Neither situations nor people can be altered by the interference of an outsider. If they are to be altered, that alteration must come from within. – Phyllis Bottome

19332. I was driven to give the best possible performance I could based on the material that was given to me and that material was documentary footage of the President speaking to people. – Timothy Bottoms

19333. We all remember where we were and we all remember what we were doing. I had a brother in New York, an uncle, lots of friends in New York. It made me angry, it made me sad; what could I do. – Timothy Bottoms

19334. The DC 9/11: Time of Crisis film was hard to get the part; I had to audition three times. It was very serious and very sobering. We studied and tried to re-create all the stuff that we all saw that day. – Timothy Bottoms

19335. I haven’t heard anything from anyone in the administration. – Timothy Bottoms

19336. I didn’t do this for the President. When I had this opportunity, not only was it work, but it was something that I could do, as an actor, for the victims and their families. Something I could give back. – Timothy Bottoms

19337. Even though I was concentrating on that two-week period from September 11th to September 20th, I was seeing the policy for real, happening, that we were talking about in the film. – Timothy Bottoms

19338. A lot of feature films do two pages a day. – Timothy Bottoms

19339. The one that was most fun was That’s My Bush; the part that I did for Comedy Central. That was a hoot. That was more fun that one should be allowed to have. – Timothy Bottoms

19340. I’m also interested in the modern suggestion that you can have a combination of love and sex in a marriage – which no previous society has ever believed. – Alain de Botton

19341. What is fascinating about marriage is why anyone wants to get married. – Alain de Botton

19342. We may seek a fortune for no greater reason than to secure the respect and attention of people who would otherwise look straight through us. – Alain de Botton

19343. We are certainly influenced by role models, and if we are surrounded by images of beautiful rich people, we will start to think that to be beautiful and rich is very important – just as in the Middle Ages, people were surrounded by images of religious piety. – Alain de Botton

19344. The Arab-Israeli conflict is also in many ways a conflict about status: it’s a war between two peoples who feel deeply humiliated by the other, who want the other to respect them. Battles over status can be even more intractable than those over land or water or oil. – Alain de Botton

19345. Status anxiety definitely exists at a political level. Many Iraqis were annoyed with the US essentially for reasons of status: for not showing them respect, for humiliating them. – Alain de Botton

19346. Pick up any newspaper or magazine, open the TV, and you’ll be bombarded with suggestions of how to have a successful life. Some of these suggestions are deeply unhelpful to our own projects and priorities – and we should take care. – Alain de Botton

19347. Kant and Hegel are interesting thinkers. But I am happy to insist that they are also terrible writers. – Alain de Botton

19348. In Britain, because I live here, I can also run into problems of envy and competition. But all this is just in a day’s work for a writer. You can’t put stuff out there without someone calling you a complete fool. Oh, well. – Alain de Botton

19349. I passionately believe that’s it’s not just what you say that counts, it’s also how you say it – that the success of your argument critically depends on your manner of presenting it. – Alain de Botton

19350. I am conscious of trying to stretch the boundaries of non-fiction writing. It’s always surprised me how little attention many non-fiction writers pay to the formal aspects of their work. – Alain de Botton

19351. Booksellers are the most valuable destination for the lonely, given the numbers of books that were written because authors couldn’t find anyone to talk to. – Alain de Botton

19352. I was uncomfortable writing fiction. My love was the personal essay, rather than the novel. – Alain de Botton

19353. It’s clear to me that there is no good reason for many philosophy books to sound as complicated as they do. – Alain de Botton

19354. Yes, I have played a blitz game once. It was on a train, in 1929. – Mikhail Botvinnik

19355. I have decided to end my participation in public affairs and to resign my role as premier of Quebec. – Lucien Bouchard

19356. I have never known a more vulgar expression of betrayal and deceit. – Lucien Bouchard

19357. It’s the continuation of everyone’s childhood to see these young children who grow up full of life, full of intelligence, full of a sense of wonder. And within an instant they’re gone from this world. It’s terrible. – Lucien Bouchard

19358. The musicians are really on board, they’re doing a great job together. There is some kind of a good chemistry, I would say affectionate chemistry and it’s a huge promise of success. – Lucien Bouchard

19359. I defend peoples’ right to do that in a lawful manner, but I have not undertaken that practice myself. – Rick Boucher

19360. The first legislation that I produced relating to the Internet was a bill to overturn a restriction inside of the law that prohibited the Internet backbone from being used for anything other than research and scientific and educational communication. – Rick Boucher

19361. I actually use a computer a lot. I have three computers that I use on a regular basis – one is on my desk top in my Washington office, another is at home, and I have my laptop that I use when I’m travelling. – Rick Boucher

19362. I think that the balance needs to be restored, and I would note that in the camp in which I am in, one finds libraries, universities, the Internet industry, the manufacturers of digital media, and consumers. – Rick Boucher

19363. I have been involved in Internet-related policy for approximately one decade, and I have been using the Internet myself for almost that period of time. – Rick Boucher

19364. Men talk of killing time, while time quietly kills them. – Dion Boucicault

19365. At the end of the competition, I played the Liszt concerto and I felt my head was on the block. Well, I won. – Andre Boucourechliev

19366. I always knew I would live in France. – Andre Boucourechliev

19367. Money is a good servant, but a poor master. – Dominique Bouhours

19368. I said to Scott that the ascent seemed to be going slowly and that I was concerned descending climbers could possibly run out of oxygen before their return to camp IV. – Anatoli Boukreev

19369. What we can do now is contribute to a clearer understanding of what happened that day on Everest in the hope that the lessons to be learned will reduce the risk for others who, like us, take on the challenge of the mountains. – Anatoli Boukreev

19370. This year my role is clear: I am a coach, a coach to sportsmen. – Anatoli Boukreev

19371. There are many questions, but I cannot answer because I’m not a businessman, I am a climber. – Anatoli Boukreev

19372. People respected my experience, they hire me, they pay me what I am worth to coach their team. – Anatoli Boukreev

19373. I want this book to be facts, to be important, to be history. – Anatoli Boukreev

19374. I travel to Jakarta, I see what an important country it is. I’ve been working with them for a year. – Anatoli Boukreev

19375. I think that people ran out of oxygen and don’t really know what happened up there, maybe some of them just made things up because they weren’t sure what had happened. – Anatoli Boukreev

19376. A review of summit day photographs will show that I was clothed in the latest, highest quality, high altitude gear, comparable, if not better, than that worn by the other members of our expedition. – Anatoli Boukreev

19377. I offer my expertise and experience for hire in order to help a group of people reach the summit. – Anatoli Boukreev

19378. I explained I wanted to descend as quickly as possible to camp IV in order to warm myself and gather a supply of hot drink and oxygen in the event I might need to go back up the mountain to assist descending climbers. – Anatoli Boukreev

19379. I don’t know what being an Everest guide means. I am a coach, not a guide. – Anatoli Boukreev

19380. I am not sure the others are as committed as Rob Hall and Scott Fischer. I think there is more business now, and I know it will be impossible to stop this Everest business. – Anatoli Boukreev

19381. Concerned that others were not coming onto the summit and because I had no radio link to those below me, I began to wonder if there were difficulties down the mountain. I made the decision to descend. – Anatoli Boukreev

19382. Climbing is what I do. – Anatoli Boukreev

19383. I respect Everest very much. – Anatoli Boukreev

19384. I told them, you can succeed – it’s not likely the first time, maybe 25 per cent, but you CAN succeed. You can also die. By April 16 they had already been to camp III, well ahead of most teams. – Anatoli Boukreev

19385. The essential conditions of everything you do must be choice, love, passion. – Nadia Boulanger

19386. Loving a child doesn’t mean giving in to all his whims; to love him is to bring out the best in him, to teach him to love what is difficult. – Nadia Boulanger

19387. Life is denied by lack of attention, whether it be to cleaning windows or trying to write a masterpiece. – Nadia Boulanger

19388. I’ve been a woman for a little over 50 years and have gotten over my initial astonishment. As for conducting an orchestra, that’s a job where I don’t think sex plays much part. – Nadia Boulanger

19389. Everything we know by heart enriches us and helps us find ourselves. If it should get in the way of finding ourselves, it is because we have no personality. – Nadia Boulanger

19390. Do not take up music unless you would rather die than not do so. – Nadia Boulanger

19391. A great work is made out of a combination of obedience and liberty. – Nadia Boulanger

19392. Revolutions are celebrated when they are no longer dangerous. – Pierre Boulez

19393. You only need a few people to effect a kidnapping. – Robert Bourassa

19394. A diplomat had been kidnapped, a cabinet minister had been kidnapped, they were under threats of murder. The police forces were rather tired. After a whole week, we were unable to find those that had effected the kidnappings. – Robert Bourassa

19395. It is very difficult to know what may be in the back of the mind of public figures. – Robert Bourassa

19396. It seemed to be inadmissible to give in on such a fundamental point. This would have meant that any one who would have wanted to be a terrorist could gain eventually their freedom thanks to another kidnapping. – Robert Bourassa

19397. One can always debate questions back and forth. – Robert Bourassa

19398. There is nothing more foreign to a civilised and democratic system than preventive detention. – Robert Bourassa

19399. There was never in my mind a desire to give in on the subject of freeing the political prisoners. – Robert Bourassa

19400. There was no censorship of the press: in general, the War Measures Act could have been made even more radical. – Robert Bourassa

19401. I have always said that we did not expect a revolution in the streets. – Robert Bourassa

19402. Understand, when you eat meat, that something did die. You have an obligation to value it – not just the sirloin but also all those wonderful tough little bits. – Anthony Bourdain

19403. My house is run, essentially, by an adopted, fully clawed cat with a mean nature. – Anthony Bourdain

19404. Is there a sharper commentary on American culture and the world than The Simpsons? – Anthony Bourdain

19405. I’m not afraid to look like an idiot. – Anthony Bourdain

19406. Context and memory play powerful roles in all the truly great meals in one’s life. – Anthony Bourdain

19407. I’m not afraid to look like a big, hairy, smelly, foreign devil in Tokyo, though I do my best not to, I really do. – Anthony Bourdain

19408. The secret of art is love. – Antoine Bourdelle

19409. Practice has a logic which is not that of the logician. – Pierre Bourdieu

19410. The most successful ideological effects are those which have no need for words, and ask no more than complicitous silence. – Pierre Bourdieu

19411. One must live the way one thinks or end up thinking the way one has lived. – Paul Bourget

19412. Happy is the person who can laugh at himself. He will never cease to be amused. – Habib Bourguiba

19413. The beauty of the past belongs to the past. – Margaret Bourke-White

19414. Work is something you can count on, a trusted, lifelong friend who never deserts you. – Margaret Bourke-White

19415. Saturate yourself with your subject and the camera will all but take you by the hand. – Margaret Bourke-White

19416. Work to me is a sacred thing. – Margaret Bourke-White

19417. A lot of the people who have come to know the company in the last few years will not have seen this piece. – Matthew Bourne

19418. I saw the Nutcracker to be a dummy as I thought of its mouth moving like a nutcracker – and also find them pretty scary as they almost have a life of their own. – Matthew Bourne

19419. I’m very conscious that I want the dance audience to respond and respect what I’m doing, so I’m always very true to the music and I honour the music in the way I see it – I don’t mess around with the music. – Matthew Bourne

19420. It’s one of my strongest dance pieces – having just done Play Without Words which was veering away from a lot of dance – I thought it would be nice to go back to something with almost the most dance I’d done. – Matthew Bourne

19421. It’s one of the things that looks good written down, but the reality is that you think about the pieces you’re doing and try to bear in mind everyone in the audience. – Matthew Bourne

19422. My company is known for being funny as well as moving. You get a bit of everything in these shows. I think people know they’re going to have a surprising experience. – Matthew Bourne

19423. Sometimes you don’t know what you’ve got until you put it in front of an audience – and the enthusiasm for the show from the audience has been just incredible. – Matthew Bourne

19424. The reason I’m travelling so much is because of reasons that weren’t completely planned. Several of the shows became successful and were invited to go to other places and they’ve all happened at similar times. – Matthew Bourne

19425. When it comes down to it, it’s giving people a good night out in a basic way and I think my company guarantees that. There’s always something new and something to excite us and surprise us, and that’s why people come back, I hope. – Matthew Bourne

19426. With any project there’s one or two things that you really want to do and that’s going to crack it. – Matthew Bourne

19427. People know that they’re going to see something which is entertaining but challenging as well because of the form it’s in. It’s dance theatre and it requires you to use your imagination – it’s not straight forward. – Matthew Bourne

19428. Few people even scratch the surface, much less exhaust the contemplation of their own experience. – Randolph Bourne

19429. Friendships are fragile things, and require as much handling as any other fragile and precious thing. – Randolph Bourne

19430. Society is one vast conspiracy for carving one into the kind of statue likes, and then placing it in the most convenient niche it has. – Randolph Bourne

19431. You could be going to have supper with someone who happens to be male, and all of a sudden he is your boyfriend of nine months… and I am cheating on my existing boyfriend. – Caprice Bourret

19432. In terms of my career, I am glad about the steps and moves that I have made. – Caprice Bourret

19433. I have done so much: modeling, acting, singing, the calendar, the lingerie line, and there have been times where I have wanted to give up but I went for it. – Caprice Bourret

19434. I am in a charity out there to stop violence against women. – Caprice Bourret

19435. My whole career – I have been really lucky. – Caprice bourret

19436. Everyone has egos, and you want to come out on top. You have to pick yourself up and go at it again. – Caprice Bourret

19437. Even someone who works with me, like this girl who works with me, her name is Sue. She lives with me and holds the fort; she takes care of all these little things. She takes care of the money situation, and I would not be able to live without someone like that. – Caprice Bourret

19438. It’s like night and day… to do business, in Europe, there is no bull, they are pretty straightforward. – Caprice Bourret

19439. Things are simple, it is us human beings that make it difficult. – Caprice Bourret

19440. You know, I do not know, I just want to date someone who makes me happy. – Caprice Bourret

19441. Well, you know, in this crazy world of entertainment, I would say if you have a dream, you have to pursue it. – Caprice Bourret

19442. It was good because it helped me get where I’m at today, but then people stereotype and say we don’t want to use her because she’s known as the ‘Wonderbra girl’. – Caprice Bourret

19443. Men tend to be selfish. – Caprice Bourret

19444. You know, I have guys that are almost stalkers… it is very strange. I had this one guy that e-mailed me off my site, and thought we were boyfriend and girlfriend. He then came to my house in London, I do not know how he found it. – Caprice Bourret

19445. Yet, history has shown that if material force can defeat some ideologies it can no longer obliterate a civilization without destabilizing the whole planet. – Abdelaziz Bouteflika

19446. A dialogue among civilizations can be seen as a dialogue between the individual and the universal. – Abdelaziz Bouteflika

19447. If the lives of men can be measured in terms of years, ideologies in decades, and nations in centuries, then the unit measuring civilizations, born of the interaction among peoples, would be the millennium. – Abdelaziz Bouteflika

19448. A nation must be embraced, rehabilitated and expressed as a tangible sign of human creativity and as an integral element of mankind’s heritage. – Abdelaziz Bouteflika

19449. I have reaffirmed my political will to work towards national unity. – Abdelaziz Bouteflika

19450. Baseball players are smarter than football players. How often do you see a baseball team penalized for too many men on the field? – Jim Bouton

19451. Forget goals. Value the process. – Jim Bouton

19452. You spend a good piece of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time. – Jim Bouton

19453. There has been so much power concentrated. There is no leash on that power anymore and Americans face the situation that this power is getting momentum with each passing year with each presidency. – James Bovard

19454. Part of the reason that the government’s fear mongering is succeeding is because so many people are so ignorant, that it is easier for government to frighten people in submission. – James Bovard

19455. People are so docile right now. It is almost as if good government means when the politicians lie to us for our own good, for the public good, and bad government is when politicians lie for their own selfish interests. – James Bovard

19456. Politicians as a class are dangerous, that people who are seeking power over us are not, by definition, our friends. – James Bovard

19457. Some of the folks on both sides might be sincere, but it does seem as if it is only the opposition that cares about the Bill of Rights most of the time. – James Bovard

19458. Some politicians are aware of the Bill of Rights. It seems that the opposition party is far more likely to invoke it, to wave it in the air, this is what we saw from a lot of republicans during the Clinton Administration, and we are seeing the same from Democrats under Bush. – James Bovard

19459. The Federal Government is exploiting public fear to redefine the relationship between the rulers and the American people. – James Bovard

19460. The more expansive government is, the more perils people face in daily lives, be it from IRS agents or from child support services, or from other agencies that often have little or no legal restraints on their power. – James Bovard

19461. There are a lot of benefits representative of government and it is far better than any type of dictatorial system and it is far better than a one-man rule situation. – James Bovard

19462. Democracy must be something more than two wolves and a sheep voting on what to have for dinner. – James Bovard

19463. It is unfortunate that Americans are no longer aware of what the constitution says and what their rights are. Because of that, we are often very passive about what happens when the government violates those rights. – James Bovard

19464. The vision that the founding fathers had of rule of law and equality before the law and no one above the law, that is a very viable vision, but instead of that, we have quasi mob rule. – James Bovard

19465. I was amazed at how easy it was for the Clinton Administration to basically cover what they did at Waco in the fog of lies and avoid any responsibility for it. – James Bovard

19466. As long as enough people can be frightened, then all people can be ruled. That is how it works in a democratic system and mass fear becomes the ticket to destroy rights across the board. – James Bovard

19467. How many McDonald’s gift certificates would it take to sway a lot of Americans to pledge to never publicly criticize the U.S, President? – James Bovard

19468. Entire generations of Americans have come of age since the ancient time when the president’s power was constrained by a duty of candor to the American people. – James Bovard

19469. It is one of the great tragedies of the US, that most learn most of what they know about the government from the government. – James Bovard

19470. If an election is simply a one-day snapshot of transient mass delusions, then this is not a very noble form of government. – James Bovard

19471. If so many Americans are looking for the government to save them, then it is hard to have a dignified search for a shepherd in chief. – James Bovard

19472. It has been surprising to me that so few conservatives have voiced concern over the precedence that are being set in favor of suppression by this so-called conservative administration. – James Bovard

19473. It is amazing to think after all that has happened in this country in the last few years, the last few decades, that so many people have this blind faith that government is our friend and therefore, so we don’t need protections against it. – James Bovard

19474. It is hard to know how many people do, but given that the people are so docile towards the rulers, nowadays, very few Americans show the passion for freedom that our forefathers had. – James Bovard

19475. It is important to recognize and politics positive thinking is often the slaves’ virtue – something that people do to con themselves about the burden and change being placed upon them. – James Bovard

19476. It is like we are obliged to assume that the government is only doing what it says it is doing. – James Bovard

19477. Well, one of the first things is to restore the rule of law, to place the government back under the cage of law. Another thing is to stop falling for the myth of democracy. – James Bovard

19478. With attention deficit democracy, I am trying to wake up people to how the combination of mass ignorance, fear mongering by the government, and lying politicians is putting our entire system of government to a death spiral. – James Bovard

19479. This is a case if the President is permitted to be above the law, then we no longer have a republic. – James Bovard

19480. This stuff on enemy combatants, the Bush Administration has fought like a tiger to avoid having to produce any evidence to a judge to show why somebody is locked up in perpetuity. Another example of that is the torture scandal. – James Bovard

19481. The great artist is a slave to his ideals. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19482. Wine is a treacherous friend who you must always be on guard for. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19483. When all else is lost, the future still remains. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19484. We trifle when we assign limits to our desires, since nature hath set none. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19485. We make way for the man who boldly pushes past us. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19486. We fear things in proportion to our ignorance of them. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19487. Tranquil pleasures last the longest; we are not fitted to bear the burden of great joys. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19488. There is great beauty in going through life without anxiety or fear. Half our fears are baseless, and the other half discreditable. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19489. The small courtesies sweeten life; the greater ennoble it. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19490. The grandest of all laws is the law of progressive development. Under it, in the wide sweep of things, men grow wiser as they grow older, and societies better. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19491. The method of the enterprising is to plan with audacity and execute with vigor. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19492. They are the weakest, however strong, who have no faith in themselves or their own powers. – Christian Nestell Bovee

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19493. The passions are like fire, useful in a thousand ways and dangerous only in one, through their excess. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19494. As threshing separates the wheat from the chaff, so does affliction purify virtue. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19495. A failure establishes only this, that our determination to succeed was not strong enough. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19496. Example has more followers than reason. We unconsciously imitate what pleases us, and approximate to the characters we most admire. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19497. Courage enlarges, cowardice diminishes resources. In desperate straits the fears of the timid aggravate the dangers that imperil the brave. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19498. Doubt whom you will, but never yourself. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19499. Earth took her shining station as a star, In Heaven’s dark hall, high up the crowd of worlds. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19500. Enthusiasm is the inspiration of everything great. Without it no man is to be feared, and with it none despised. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19501. False friends are like our shadow, keeping close to us while we walk in the sunshine, but leaving us the instant we cross into the shade. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19502. Fame – a few words upon a tombstone, and the truth of those not to be depended on. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19503. Genius makes its observations in short-hand; talent writes them out at length. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19504. Music is the fourth great material want, first food, then clothes, then shelter, then music. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19505. Many children, many cares; no children, no felicity. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19506. Living with a saint is more grueling than being one. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19507. It is the passion that is in a kiss that gives to it its sweetness; it is the affection in a kiss that sanctifies it. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19508. It is ever the invisible that is the object of our profoundest worship. With the lover it is not the seen but the unseen that he muses upon. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19509. In ambition, as in love, the successful can afford to be indulgent toward their rivals. The prize our own, it is graceful to recognize the merit that vainly aspired to it. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19510. Heaven lent you a soul, Earth will lend a grave. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19511. Good men have the fewest fears. He has but one great fear who fears to do wrong; he has a thousand who has overcome it. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19512. In politics, merit is rewarded by the possessor being raised, like a target, to a position to be fired at. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19513. The body of a sensualist is the coffin of a dead soul. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19514. Next to being witty, the best thing is being able to quote another’s wit. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19515. No man is happy without a delusion of some kind. Delusions are as necessary to our happiness as realities. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19516. A sound discretion is not so much indicated by never making a mistake as by never repeating it. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19517. Tears are nature’s lotion for the eyes. The eyes see better for being washed by them. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19518. Tearless grief bleeds inwardly. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19519. Sensitiveness is closely allied to egotism; and excessive sensibility is only another name for morbid self-consciousness. The cure for tender sensibilities is to make more of our objects and less of our selves. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19520. Our first and last love is self-love. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19521. Panic is a sudden desertion of us, and a going over to the enemy of our imagination. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19522. Partial culture runs to the ornate, extreme culture to simplicity. – Christian Nestell Bovee

19523. Even now I can’t trust life. It did too many awful things to me as a kid. – Clara Bow

19524. The more I see of men, the more I like dogs. – Clara Bow

19525. He doesn’t know the meaning of the word fear, but then again he doesn’t know the meaning of most words. – Bobby Bowden

19526. To have the kind of year you want to have, something has to happen that you can’t explain why it happened. Something has to happen that you can’t coach. – Bobby Bowden

19527. If somebody mistreats you, treat ’em good. That kills ’em. – Bobby Bowden

19528. He who gets the best players usually wins. – Bobby Bowden

19529. Don’t go to the grave with life unused. – Bobby Bowden

19530. A better ending could not have been scripted. Of course, if we had won, that would have been better. – Bobby Bowden

19531. I guess I’ll retire someday if I live that long. – Bobby Bowden

19532. I acknowledge Shakespeare to be the world’s greatest dramatic poet, but regret that no parent could place the uncorrected book in the hands of his daughter, and therefore I have prepared the Family Shakespeare. – Thomas Bowdler

19533. Those expressions are omitted which can not with propriety be read aloud in the family. – Thomas Bowdler

19534. We players understand we have the best lives in the world. We owe a debt of gratitude to all our fans, everyone who supports us. – Bruce Bowen

19535. Many a man who has known himself at ten forgets himself utterly between ten and thirty. – Catherine Drinker Bowen

19536. There is a marvelous turn and trick to British arrogance; its apparent unconsciousness makes it twice as effectual. – Catherine Drinker Bowen

19537. Will the reader turn the page? – Catherine Drinker Bowen

19538. Writing, I think, is not apart from living. Writing is a kind of double living The writer experiences everything twice. Once in reality and once in that mirror which waits always before or behind. – Catherine Drinker Bowen

19539. If art has a purpose, it is to interpret life, reproduce it in fresh visions. – Catherine Drinker Bowen

19540. I speak truth, not so much as I would, but as much as I dare; and I dare a little more, as I grown older. – Catherine Drinker Bowen

19541. For your born writer, nothing is so healing as the realization that he has come upon the right word. – Catherine Drinker Bowen

19542. Writers seldom choose as friends those self-contained characters who are never in trouble, never unhappy or ill, never make mistakes and always count their change when it is handed to them. – Catherine Drinker Bowen

19543. In writing biography, fact and fiction shouldn’t be mixed. And if they are, the fictional points should be printed in red ink, the facts printed in black ink. – Catherine Drinker Bowen

19544. More students have a better knowledge of pop culture than of the Constitution. – Charles Bowen

19545. When I hear of an ‘equity’ in a case like this, I am reminded of a blind man in a dark room – looking for a black hat – which isn’t there. – Charles Bowen

19546. Nobody can be kinder than the narcissist while you react to life in his own terms. – Elizabeth Bowen

19547. Silences have a climax, when you have got to speak. – Elizabeth Bowen

19548. Pity the selfishness of lovers: it is brief, a forlorn hope; it is impossible. – Elizabeth Bowen

19549. One can live in the shadow of an idea without grasping it. – Elizabeth Bowen

19550. That is partly why women marry – to keep up the fiction of being in the hub of things. – Elizabeth Bowen

19551. Nobody speaks the truth when there is something they must have. – Elizabeth Bowen

19552. The innocent are so few that two of them seldom meet – when they do meet, their victims lie strewn all round. – Elizabeth Bowen

19553. No object is mysterious. The mystery is your eye. – Elizabeth Bowen

19554. Nothing can happen nowhere. The locale of the happening always colours the happening, and often, to a degree, shapes it. – Elizabeth Bowen

19555. The best that an individual can do is to concentrate on what he or she can do, in the course of a burning effort to do it better. – Elizabeth Bowen

19556. The heart may think it knows better: the senses know that absence blots people out. We really have no absent friends. – Elizabeth Bowen

19557. Who is ever adequate? We all create situations each other can’t live up to, then break our hearts at them because they don’t. – Elizabeth Bowen

19558. Never to lie is to have no lock on your door, you are never wholly alone. – Elizabeth Bowen

19559. The wish to lead out one’s lover must be a tribal feeling; the wish to be seen as loved is part of one’s self-respect. – Elizabeth Bowen

19560. There is no end to the violations committed by children on children, quietly talking alone. – Elizabeth Bowen

19561. We are minor in everything but our passions. – Elizabeth Bowen

19562. When you love someone all your saved up wishes start coming out. – Elizabeth Bowen

19563. Experience isn’t interesting until it begins to repeat itself. In fact, till it does that, it hardly is experience. – Elizabeth Bowen

19564. The importance to the writer of first writing must be out of all proportion of the actual value of what is written. – Elizabeth Bowen

19565. Fantasy is toxic: the private cruelty and the world war both have their start in the heated brain. – Elizabeth Bowen

19566. Fate is not an eagle, it creeps like a rat. – Elizabeth Bowen

19567. All your youth you want to have your greatness taken for granted; when you find it taken for granted, you are unnerved. – Elizabeth Bowen

19568. Art is one thing that can go on mattering once it has stopped hurting. – Elizabeth Bowen

19569. Meeting people unlike oneself does not enlarge one’s outlook; it only confirms one’s idea that one is unique. – Elizabeth Bowen

19570. Education is not so important as people think. – Elizabeth Bowen

19571. I became, and remain, my characters’ close and intent watcher: their director, never. Their creator I cannot feel that I was, or am. – Elizabeth Bowen

19572. I think the main thing, don’t you, is to keep the show on the road. – Elizabeth Bowen

19573. If a theme or idea is too near the surface, the novel becomes simply a tract illustrating an idea. – Elizabeth Bowen

19574. Mechanical difficulties with language are the outcome of internal difficulties with thought. – Elizabeth Bowen

19575. Illusions are art, for the feeling person, and it is by art that we live, if we do. – Elizabeth Bowen

19576. Intimacies between women often go backwards, beginning in revelations and ending in small talk. – Elizabeth Bowen

19577. Autumn arrives in early morning, but spring at the close of a winter day. – Elizabeth Bowen

19578. Ireland is a great country to die or be married in. – Elizabeth Bowen

19579. It is not helpful to help a friend by putting coins in his pockets when he has got holes in his pockets. – Elizabeth Bowen

19580. Jealousy is no more than feeling alone against smiling enemies. – Elizabeth Bowen

19581. Language is a mixture of statement and evocation. – Elizabeth Bowen

19582. If you look at life one way, there is always cause for alarm. – Elizabeth Bowen

19583. To become a thoroughly good man is the best prescription for keeping a sound mind and a sound body. – Francis Bowen

19584. I haven’t really had that many opportunities to play “lead” so I guess I jumped at the chance. I have also never done any “sci-fi” projects and thought it might be fun. – Julie Bowen

19585. I met Clinton at a benefit for teachers, which was a very good charity, but I met him for about 90 seconds, and I thought it was important to meet the leader of the free world. So I stood next to him for a photograph, and then apparently that’s all it takes. – Julie Bowen

19586. I play a scientist in a futuristic world in which 99% of the men have been wiped out. As a result, the women are nearly all homosexuals and the children are cloned. – Julie Bowen

19587. I’ve had a little bad, bad media luck the new year. Well, apparently I’m dating Bill Clinton, which makes me nervous. I didn’t know, though. – Julie Bowen

19588. I’ve loved doing “E.R.” for the quality of the writing and the great people I get to work with. – Julie Bowen

19589. It’s a war of attrition. If you have patience and a modicum of faith in yourself your chances are not too bad. – Julie Bowen

19590. I guess I’m not that aware of such a big fan base. I have a few core people who write me no matter what I’m doing, but I hardly have sacks of mail being dropped on my door! – Julie Bowen

19591. One day’s delay is another day’s lack of progress. – Stuart Bowen

19592. What’s happened is that an incessant, an insidious insurgency has repeatedly attacked the key infrastructure targets, reducing outputs. – Stuart Bowen

19593. A business of high principle attracts high-caliber people more easily, thereby gaining a basic competitive and profit edge. – Marvin Bower

19594. A business of high principle generates greater drive and effectiveness because people know that they can do the right thing decisively and with confidence. – Marvin Bower

19595. Basic philosophy, spirit and drive of an organization have far more to do with its relative achievements than do technological or economic resources, organizational structure, innovation and timing. – Marvin Bower

19596. Business leaders shape public opinion. – Marvin Bower

19597. Convinced that behavior and conduct are every bit as important as skills and expertise, I sought to build the firm into an enduring, values-based institution. – Marvin Bower

19598. Decisions should be based on facts, objectively considered. – Marvin Bower

19599. People should be judged on the basis of their performance, not nationality, personality, education, or personal traits and skills. – Marvin Bower

19600. The course of business shapes public opinion. – Marvin Bower

19601. A teacher is never too smart to learn from his pupils. But while runners differ, basic principles never change. So it’s a matter of fitting your current practices to fit the event and the individual. See, what’s good for you might not be worth a darn for the next guy. – Bill Bowerman

19602. The magic is in the man, not the 100 miles. – Bill Bowerman

19603. There’s no such thing as bad weather, just soft people. – Bill Bowerman

19604. Pixies and Sonic Youth were so important to the eighties. – David Bowie

19605. I’m not a prophet or a stone aged man, just a mortal with potential of a superman. I’m living on. – David Bowie

19606. When you think about it, Adolf Hitler was the first pop star. – David Bowie

19607. I’ve never responded well to entrenched negative thinking. – David Bowie

19608. I’m just an individual who doesn’t feel that I need to have somebody qualify my work in any particular way. I’m working for me. – David Bowie

19609. It amazes me sometimes that even intelligent people will analyze a situation or make a judgement after only recognizing the standard or traditional structure of a piece. – David Bowie

19610. Nearly all the synth work on Heathen is mine and some of the piano. – David Bowie

19611. On the other hand, what I like my music to do to me is awaken the ghosts inside of me. Not the demons, you understand, but the ghosts. – David Bowie

19612. Sometimes you stumble across a few chords that put you in a reflective place. – David Bowie

19613. Strangely, some songs you really don’t want to write. – David Bowie

19614. The truth is of course is that there is no journey. We are arriving and departing all at the same time. – David Bowie

19615. There, in the chords and melodies, is everything I want to say. The words just jolly it along. It’s always been my way of expressing what for me is inexpressible by any other means. – David Bowie

19616. Tony Visconti and I had been wanting to work together again for a few years now. Both of us had fairly large commitments and for a long time we couldn’t see a space in which we could get anything together. – David Bowie

19617. When I heard Little Richard, I mean, it just set my world on fire. – David Bowie

19618. I’m an instant star. Just add water and stir. – David Bowie

19619. To not be modest about it, you’ll find that with only a couple of exceptions, most of the musicians that I’ve worked with have done their best work by far with me. – David Bowie

19620. I always had a repulsive need to be something more than human. – David Bowie

19621. And I saw the sax line-up that he had behind him and I thought, I’m going to learn the saxophone. When I grow up, I’m going to play in his band. So I sort of persuaded my dad to get me a kind of a plastic saxophone on the hire purchase plan. – David Bowie

19622. But I’ve got to think of myself as the luckiest guy. Robert Johnson only had one album’s worth of work as his legacy. That’s all that life allowed him. – David Bowie

19623. Frankly, I mean, sometimes the interpretations I’ve seen on some of the songs that I’ve written are a lot more interesting than the input that I put in. – David Bowie

19624. But I’m pretty good with collaborative thinking. I work well with other people. – David Bowie

19625. However, there’s no theme or concept behind Heathen, just a number of songs but somehow there is a thread that runs through it that is quite as strong as any of my thematic type albums. – David Bowie

19626. I’m always amazed that peole take what I say seriously. I don’t even take what I am seriously. – David Bowie

19627. I believe that I often bring out the best in somebody’s talents. – David Bowie

19628. I don’t know where I’m going from here, but I promise it won’t be boring. – David Bowie

19629. I felt I really wanted to back off from music completely and just work within the visual arts in some way. I started painting quite passionately at that time. – David Bowie

19630. I had to resign myself, many years ago, that I’m not too articulate when it comes to explaining how I feel about things. But my music does it for me, it really does. – David Bowie

19631. I never could get over the fact that The Pixies formed, worked and separated without America taking them to its heart or even recognizing their existence for the most part. – David Bowie

19632. I think it all comes back to being very selfish as an artist. I mean, I really do just write and record what interests me and I do approach the stage shows in much the same way. – David Bowie

19633. I think Mick Jagger would be astounded and amazed if he realized that to many people he is not a sex symbol, but a mother image. – David Bowie

19634. I wanted to prove the sustaining power of music. – David Bowie

19635. I went through all the musicians in my life who I admire as bright, intelligent, virtuosic players. – David Bowie

19636. Heathenism is a state of mind. You can take it that I’m referring to one who does not see his world. He has no mental light. He destroys almost unwittingly. He cannot feel any Gods presence in his life. He is the 21st century man. – David Bowie

19637. The trumpet is forceful. – Lester Bowie

19638. They always say that jazz doesn’t sell, but it’s a lie, because it does sell, and it sells consistently year in and year out. – Lester Bowie

19639. We’re just beginning to learn the importance of music in our society. – Lester Bowie

19640. We acknowledge and bewail our manifold sins and wickedness, which we, from time to time, most grievously have committed, by thought, word and deed. – Camilla P. Bowles

19641. Government is too big and too important to be left to the politicians. – Chester Bowles

19642. Production is the only answer to inflation. – Chester Bowles

19643. I am not a politician. – Erskine Bowles

19644. I believe in cooperating for the common good. – Erskine Bowles

19645. I believe in working in a bipartisan manner. – Erskine Bowles

19646. And I believe in having an administration that has clearly defined goals, objectives and time lines such that it and its people can be held accountable. – Erskine Bowles

19647. It will be about which candidate, which of the two candidates remaining, is best suited to make a positive difference in the lives of North Carolina families, and I submit to each of you tonight that I am that candidate and Elizabeth Dole is not. – Erskine Bowles

19648. Leadership is the key to 99 percent of all successful efforts. – Erskine Bowles

19649. The American people know that every day 3,000 kids begin to smoke, 1,000 of them die an early death. They’re not going to allow us to go forward this year and not have comprehensive bipartisan legislation. It’s in everybody’s best interest. – Erskine Bowles

19650. We live in a time today where we face fierce global competition. – Erskine Bowles

19651. You always have certain strengths and certain weaknesses, and you want to compensate for your weaknesses… I have a real duty to earn the trust of the faculty. I don’t just deserve it. I have to earn it. – Erskine Bowles

19652. The sky hides the night behind it, and shelters the people beneath from the horror that lies above. – Paul Bowles

19653. If people and their manner of living were alike everywhere, there would not be much point in moving from one place to another. – Paul Bowles

19654. Performance art can be produced in a coffee house setting. – Jack Bowman

19655. It is better to go down in infamy than to never go down at all. – Jack Bowman

19656. This is why my art is about violence. Because I was subjected to so much of it as a kid. After that, and a lot of thinking, I became less violent. I realized that there must be other ways. So, I started to pursue them. – Jack Bowman

19657. The act is truth. Nothing that was ever recorded is truth. Nothing that was ever said is truth. Only the act. – Jack Bowman

19658. Performance art can involve the audience with taste, smell and sounds not available with electronic media and not practical with conventional theater. This is due to the usually small audience. – Jack Bowman

19659. My parents were laborers so we lived on South Park, which was a low-income region of Seattle. You had a choice – you either joined or formed a gang or you let others bully you. – Jack Bowman

19660. My kids are free to do what ever they want. Because I only advise. I don’t make them do anything. – Jack Bowman

19661. My art and poetry is very political now. Because you’ve got to find that truth within you and express yourself. Somewhere out there, I know, there will be people who will listen. – Jack Bowman

19662. My 80-year-old mother will not buy her heart medicine because it cost more than she can pay with social security. She is America. – Jack Bowman

19663. Maybe it will be a great thing when the Baby Boomers finally die out. In real life, it’s not a matter of the good guys or the bad guys. Rather, it’s big numbers and small numbers that do the counting. – Jack Bowman

19664. We’re all so mauled by information, but it’s recycled information. We need to shut it out. So, you’ve got to get bizarre. This is an artist’s purpose – to break away from the recycled. Performance art can do that. – Jack Bowman

19665. All good performance pieces have some philosophical validity. That’s the difference between mere theater and performance art. – Jack Bowman

19666. I’m still very aware of the violence in our culture, more so than other people. I know where it comes from when someone is trying to suppress someone else, sometimes they fight back. – Jack Bowman

19667. I was a gang leader. Although, it was a gang for defensive purposes. It was not a gang to sell drugs. – Jack Bowman

19668. I love old books. They tell you stories about their use. You can see where the fingerprints touched the pages as they held the book open. You can see how long they lingered on each page by the finger stains. – Jack Bowman

19669. I believe that I understand gangs better than others. Because they’re formed out of necessity. They’re formed by people to keep from being suppressed. – Jack Bowman

19670. Freedom. It’s not something you go out and die for. – Jack Bowman

19671. Performance art is the ultimate in creativity. Since it has so many possibilities at creativity, it’s essence tends to become creativity. – Jack Bowman

19672. But my patriotism goes for something beyond what we have. We don’t have something that I want to die for – anymore. – Jack Bowman

19673. I’ve been in elementary education for years and my belief is that Christmas pageants in schools are little more than conditioning kids for the Christian religion. – Jack Bowman

19674. Basically the school system sets you up with what it wants to set you up with. They’re really good at it. I think they’re too good. Problem is, what they’re doing is conditioning kids to merely accept the culture at hand. But the rebels won’t accept it. – Jack Bowman

19675. At one point, when I was 20 and living in Kentucky, I got shot – it was a land dispute over six inches of property that ran a hundred yards through my grandfather’s land. It was really over the honor of my family and that of another family. – Jack Bowman

19676. A performance art piece is unprecedented. It is difficult to censor since it has a good possibility of never being done before. – Jack Bowman

19677. There is nothing so uncertain as a sure thing. – Scotty Bowman

19678. I knew your father before you did, and I don’t think he’d be too proud of what you’re doing right now. – Scotty Bowman

19679. The better the coaching has become, the worse the game has become. – Scotty Bowman

19680. I hate love. Hate being in love. I never want it to happen to me again. – Muriel Box

19681. With so many of our fundamental rights hanging in the balance, it is not good enough to simply roll the dice, hoping a nominee has changed his past views. It’s not good enough to think, ‘This is the best we can expect from this president’. – Barbara Boxer

19682. So when you go up against the Far Right you go up against the big financial special interests like the Halliburtons of the world, the big oil companies, the big energy companies who work so hard to rip us off. – Barbara Boxer

19683. Since 1980, we’ve used reconciliation 22 times, and out of those times, Republicans used it 16 times. So, earth to my Republican friends, you can have your option but you cannot change these facts. They’re in the Congressional Record. – Barbara Boxer

19684. The American people need to know the truth. The American people need to see the truth. In a democracy, letting the people know the truth is the essence of what it means to be free. – Barbara Boxer

19685. Really, life is complicated enough without having a bunch of Senators deciding what we should do in the privacy of our own homes. – Barbara Boxer

19686. The Saudi government’s denial of basic rights to women is not only wrong, it hurts Saudi Arabia’s economic development, modernization and prosperity. – Barbara Boxer

19687. The White House has embarked on a mission to convince the people of our country that Social Security is in dire need of drastic change in order to save it for all workers. – Barbara Boxer

19688. Those who survived the San Francisco earthquake said, ‘Thank God, I’m still alive.’ But, of course, those who died, their lives will never be the same again. – Barbara Boxer

19689. To win the cause we all believe in, the spread of true democracy all over the world, we need to win by example, not just with speeches but by example; not just with military might but by gaining the respect of the world. – Barbara Boxer

19690. Tonight, you are hearing from the Democratic women of the Senate… We stand together on so many issues: economic prosperity, quality education for all, protecting a woman’s right to choose. – Barbara Boxer

19691. We are all different. Yet we are all God’s children. We are all united behind this country and the common cause of freedom, justice, fairness, and equality. That is what unites us. – Barbara Boxer

19692. We have fought for social justice. We have fought for economic justice. We have fought for environmental justice. We have fought for criminal justice. Now we must add a new fight – the fight for electoral justice. – Barbara Boxer

19693. We have the greatest hospitals, doctors, and medical technology in the world – we need to make them accessible to every American. – Barbara Boxer

19694. We know no document is perfect, but when we amend the Constitution, it would be to expand rights, not to take away rights from decent, loyal Americans. This great Constitution of ours should never be used to make a group of Americans permanent second-class citizens. – Barbara Boxer

19695. We need to give the Iraqis a chance to build their own future. It should be in their hands. It must be in their hands. That is what democracy is all about. We can teach it, we can explain it, but they must want it enough to make it work for them. – Barbara Boxer

19696. When you take a stand out of deep conviction, people know. They may not even agree, but they ask, ‘Do I want someone who is willing to take a hard stand and someone I can trust to do that when the chips are down?’ They want that. – Barbara Boxer

19697. You know, I wish the world well. I want Iraq to have democracy and the Haitians to have democracy. I want the people of Afghanistan to thrive. Lord knows, we spend enough money there to help them. What about people at home? Isn’t that our first responsibility? – Barbara Boxer

19698. President Bush in his inaugural address talked about bringing freedom to countries that don’t have it. He didn’t specify how. – Barbara Boxer

19699. I was a stock broker once. I think there is an absolute place for market investments. But they should never be the basis of one’s retirement. They should be an additional piece on top of a basic, secure, guaranteed retirement benefit. – Barbara Boxer

19700. When service members are discharged, we should express our gratitude for their profound personal sacrifice, not hand them a bill for their hospital food. – Barbara Boxer

19701. Could you say ‘senator’ instead of ‘ma’am? It’s just a thing. I worked so hard to get that title. I’d appreciate it. – Barbara Boxer

19702. I would not run for president. I really like what I’m doing now. People say I’m giving them energy and hope. – Barbara Boxer

19703. Americans have long recognized the need to protect our public lands and their vast resources. – Barbara Boxer

19704. Our democracy is the centerpiece of who we are as a nation. And it is the fondest hope of all Americans that we can help bring democracy to every corner of the world. – Barbara Boxer

19705. Even if I have to stand alone, I will not be afraid to stand alone. I’m going to fight for you. I’m going to fight for what’s right. I’m going to fight to hold people accountable. – Barbara Boxer

19706. Every citizen of this country should be guaranteed that their vote matters, that their vote is counted, and that in the voting booth, their vote has a much weight as that of any CEO, any member of Congress, or any President. – Barbara Boxer

19707. For the sake of the troops, for the love of the troops, we must not add yet another casualty to this war. We must not let truth be a casualty of this war. – Barbara Boxer

19708. I am sure that every one of my colleagues – Democrat, Republican, and Independent – agrees with that statement. That in the voting booth, every one is equal. – Barbara Boxer

19709. I know from my constituency what is going on. Doctors that are told, begged, by mothers, ‘Please don’t write down that my child as asthma. Please lie and say it’s bronchitis, because if you write down asthma, when my child turns 18 or 20 and has to get his or her own insurance, it will be a pre-existing condition.’ – Barbara Boxer

19710. I think Democrats are right. We fight for the American dream, for the environment, for privacy rights, a woman’s right to choose, a good public education system. – Barbara Boxer

19711. Look, all this is about is utilizing the rules of the Senate, using a majority of the senators, to make sure that we get health reform done. We cannot wait another day. – Barbara Boxer

19712. Medical professionals, not insurance company bureaucrats, should be making health care decisions. – Barbara Boxer

19713. Law enforcement officers are never ‘off duty.’ They are dedicated public servants who are sworn to protect public safety at any time and place that the peace is threatened. They need all the help that they can get. – Barbara Boxer

19714. It is in Saudi Arabia’s best interest to allow women to fully participate in its society, and this includes the right to vote and run for office. – Barbara Boxer

19715. Iraq made commitments after the Gulf War to completely dismantle all weapons of mass destruction, and unfortunately, Iraq has not lived up to its agreement. – Barbara Boxer

19716. If you don’t move to protect copyright, if you don’t move to protect our children, it’s not going to sit well. – Barbara Boxer

19717. If we turn our back on the people of this country who need to work for a living, we shouldn’t be here, to be honest, because that has to be an essential part of what we do to protect the country, from the standpoint of defense, protect workers and make sure they have jobs. – Barbara Boxer

19718. I would love to see a march on Washington that says ‘Save our Social Security’. – Barbara Boxer

19719. More than anything, I think as our country matures, we recognize that women deserve to be treated with respect and dignity. – Barbara Boxer

19720. Basically I started to jot notes, lots of faxes back and forth to my writer, we faxed ideas throughout the whole first draft, and started all over again. – Bruce Boxleitner

19721. I just always had a love for television and movies. – Bruce Boxleitner

19722. I’m living what I always wanted to do. – Bruce Boxleitner

19723. I would love to do a Western again if Westerns came back into fashion. – Bruce Boxleitner

19724. I think every leading man wants to be a character actor, and every character actor wants to be a leading man. – Bruce Boxleitner

19725. I started in high school and then I went onto professional training after that. – Bruce Boxleitner

19726. I started acting professionally at age 19. – Bruce Boxleitner

19727. I read H.P. Lovecraft. I also like Sword and Sorcery stuff, Arthurian legend. – Bruce Boxleitner

19728. I had a great run on Babylon 5. It was a lot of fun. – Bruce Boxleitner

19729. I enjoy working with Melissa a great deal. We’re always looking for projects to do together. I was happy to have her do the show, because she doesn’t normally do episodic unless she’s starring, and I was very happy with the results. – Bruce Boxleitner

19730. I don’t call myself a writer. – Bruce Boxleitner

19731. A show needs time to find an audience, and they’re very quick to pull them off the air now. – Bruce Boxleitner

19732. Certainly, because the computer and computer language was still not as common as it is today. That’s one of the reasons I believe Tron wasn’t as popular back then as it is today. – Bruce Boxleitner

19733. It’s not highly intellectual material. I’m dedicating it to the pulp fiction of the past. – Bruce Boxleitner

19734. As a boy, I didn’t need a lot of playmates to have a good time. – Bruce Boxleitner

19735. A storyteller is basically what actors and writers are. – Bruce Boxleitner

19736. I can’t believe we’re in the middle of the fifth season, and if this is all there is, my God, it went fast. – Bruce Boxleitner

19737. Will Shatner, Jonathan Frakes of Star Trek have already put novels out. – Bruce Boxleitner

19738. I’ve had quarter horses for the last 18 years. – Bruce Boxleitner

19739. Yes, I’ve just bought a new horse, named Jedi. – Bruce Boxleitner

19740. They’ve also asked me now to start on another series that we’re gonna do after this Frontier Earth. But it’s not science fiction, it’s more in the Mystery and Crime division and that’s another area I’m very interested in. – Bruce Boxleitner

19741. The most colorful section of a bookstore is the display of SF books, with art by people like Wayne Barlow, who is a terrific artist. – Bruce Boxleitner

19742. The making of television has changed quite a bit. Now you have to do them n cheaper budgets. – Bruce Boxleitner

19743. That’s the great thing about being an actor, you get to try out lots of things for your roles. – Bruce Boxleitner

19744. Star Wars, the original movie, was all the various old genre of pictures: the swashbucklers, the war movies, all those things were put n there in a different look. – Bruce Boxleitner

19745. So I had a ghostwriter, they call them, or somebody who is an experienced writer, to help. I’ve got the ideas in my head, it’s getting them properly on paper. – Bruce Boxleitner

19746. It’s very frustrating not being on the air. – Bruce Boxleitner

19747. In television, the audience has to be comfortable with you, and I’ve managed to prove that I can be in American homes to some degree, and not necessarily where everyone knows me, either. – Bruce Boxleitner

19748. I think England will win a Test. My concern is Australia will probably win two. – Geoffrey Boycott

19749. If Trescothick had tried to get me off the field when batting well, I’d have hit him with my bat. – Geoffrey Boycott

19750. To have some idea what it’s like, stand in the outside lane of a motorway, get your mate to drive his car at you at 95 mph and wait until he’s 12 yards away, before you decide which way to jump. – Geoffrey Boycott

19751. When I was playing the game we never had the benefit of TV or video to analyse our techniques or look at faults, we depended on other cricketers to watch us and then tell us what they thought we were doing wrong. – Geoffrey Boycott

19752. He was a top man and a good professional. He was one of those who you know will never play a trick and you can ask him to do anything for you and he will. An unassuming man and a great loss to us all. – Geoffrey Boycott

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19753. America’s fighting men and women sacrifice much to ensure that our great nation stays free. We owe a debt of gratitude to the soldiers that have paid the ultimate price for this cause, as well as for those who are blessed enough to return from the battlefield unscathed. – Allen Boyd

19754. As a fiscal conservative, I believe one of the most important roles the federal government can play in assuring that our economy remains strong is to keep our fiscal house in order. – Allen Boyd

19755. There’s a lot of bitterness, there’s a lot of anger out there. We all have to work hard to heal those wounds. – Allen Boyd

19756. Though no one wants war, Congress needed to give the President the authority he needs to protect America while encouraging the use of diplomacy and negotiations to try and arrive at a peaceful solution to this problem. – Allen Boyd

19757. Our government has made a number of promises to the men and women who served in our nation’s armed forces. Sadly, these promises of health care, education and other benefits have existed more in rhetoric than in reality. – Allen Boyd

19758. It is time for Congress to provide relief for tobacco farmers. Since the 1930’s tobacco production has been regulated by a quota system, which required farmers to purchase quota in order to grow tobacco. – Allen Boyd

19759. Compared to the United States, physicians in Europe have a much more conservative approach to joint replacement in general. – Allen Boyd

19760. As someone who has seen war first hand, and as a father of three young adults, it was my hope that we could have resolved this conflict and disarmed Saddam Hussein without war. However, this was not the case. – Allen Boyd

19761. As an active member of the Air Force, Army and Mine Warfare Caucuses, I meet with enlisted personnel and officers on a regular basis to learn more about their needs, both on the job and with their families. – Allen Boyd

19762. In our romantic groves I adored her like a divinity. – Anne Boyd

19763. Consider what a romantic expedition you are on; take notes. – Anne Boyd

19764. But I fear, my lot being cast in Scotland, that beauty would not be content. – Anne Boyd

19765. You can’t make people respond. – Arthur Boyd

19766. We save paradise by an intense education program where you get people that you can trust to talk sanely about the environment and hope that the message will get through. – Arthur Boyd

19767. If you make a gun, you are either going to sell it or you are going to use it. And if you’re going to sell it, someone else is going to use it. – Arthur Boyd

19768. If you can’t protect yourself with talk, you won’t be alive to protect yourself with guns. – Arthur Boyd

19769. I think it would be better if nobody owned anything, but they didn’t starve. Had enough paint and enough pianos and everything else. – Arthur Boyd

19770. I stress the uniqueness of the Australian landscape and its metaphysical and mythic content. – Arthur Boyd

19771. They’re very nationalistic the French – or they used to be. Very insular. Pretty arrogant. – Arthur Boyd

19772. Art doesn’t alter things. It points things out, but it doesn’t alter them. It can’t, no matter what a painter wants to do. – Arthur Boyd

19773. Everything I do is the environment. – Arthur Boyd

19774. I only wanted to help my people. – Belle Boyd

19775. Meanwhile, my residence within the Federal lines, and my acquaintance with so many of the officers, the origin of which I have already mentioned, enabled me to gain much important information as to the position and designs of the enemy. – Belle Boyd

19776. The secession of the Southern States, individually or in the aggregate, was the certain consequence of Mr. Lincoln’s election. – Belle Boyd

19777. If it is a crime to love the South, its cause and its President, then I am a criminal. I would rather lie down in this prison and die than leave it owing allegiance to a government such as yours. – Belle Boyd

19778. A true woman always loves a real soldier. – Belle Boyd

19779. My worst habit is whistling while I sleep. – Billy Boyd

19780. I’ll make music, whether or not anyone is listening, for the rest of my life. It’s a natural form of expression for me, the same way I draw and write and sing. – Brandon Boyd

19781. I am tapping into a place in you that is unexplored, and very dangerous, but I think essential to the creative life of an artist. – Brandon Boyd

19782. It’s great to want to be part of something, but it’s a different thing completely to believe wholly in some type of movement, and to give everything for that something. – Brandon Boyd

19783. I have always idolized eccentric people. – Brandon Boyd

19784. We are very fortunate to live in this country, but at the same time, the reason the forces are so much more destructive here is because they are faceless. – Brandon Boyd

19785. Music has to be written while people are still excited about a particular melodic or rhythmic sequence. The idea doesn’t come out the same if we’re not really excited about it. – Brandon Boyd

19786. Music has always been my back door to life. It is important for people to find something that excites them. I like the concept that if you do what excites you, you will be rewarded generously, whatever form reward takes, which is not necessarily money. – Brandon Boyd

19787. I think I grew a grey watching you procrastinate. – Brandon Boyd

19788. Big Brother is watching… look busy. – Brandon Boyd

19789. I suggest we learn to love ourselves before it’s made illegal. – Brandon Boyd

19790. I have glaucoma, so use eye drops both morning and night. – Malcolm Boyd

19791. I have osteoarthritis, which especially affects my knees. – Malcolm Boyd

19792. Jesus is an example. We have other examples, including many of our ancestors as role models who understood the inner meaning of our orientation. – Malcolm Boyd

19793. Also, I walk and hike in several different nearby parks near our home several early mornings a week. – Malcolm Boyd

19794. I find Jesus my confidant and companion, brother and savior; our relationship is intimate, vulnerable, demanding yet comfortable and reassuring. – Malcolm Boyd

19795. Real answers need to be found in dialogue and interaction and, yes, our shared human condition. This means being open to one another instead of simply fighting to maintain a prescribed position. – Malcolm Boyd

19796. Our essential differences from the norm are both huge and deeply offensive to those among us who wish to be quietly integrated into society without particular reference to our nature. – Malcolm Boyd

19797. Yet through history gays have always dominated religious life and churches. – Malcolm Boyd

19798. Seriously, however, I learn a lot about my physical life in the aging and changing of my body. – Malcolm Boyd

19799. By my definition, prayer is consciously hanging out with God. Being with God in a deliberate way. – Malcolm Boyd

19800. I feel that I communicate best when I am not deliberately being linear. Along this same line, I feel some of the best sermons I’ve ever heard were in the theatre rather than the pulpit – as, for example, in the Theatre of the Absurd. – Malcolm Boyd

19801. However one might pray – in any verbal way or completely without words – is unimportant to God. What matters is the heart’s intent. – Malcolm Boyd

19802. Five days a week I drive from our home to the Episcopal Cathedral Center of Los Angeles where I have an office, my computer, and a wonderful sense of community – especially nurtured by the presence of several younger gay men and women who are good friends. – Malcolm Boyd

19803. But generally I am fine with a capital F; probably in extraordinary shape for a man of my age. – Malcolm Boyd

19804. Entrenched scriptural literalism is, in my opinion, completely out of touch with reality. – Malcolm Boyd

19805. Speaking for myself, my very integrity as a human being needs to include my freedom to explore who I am both spiritually and sexually. Not just to explore – but to practice. – Malcolm Boyd

19806. The party has to be much more. It has to connect in a real way with rank-and-file members and be their voice. – Wes Boyd

19807. The party currently is about fund-raising and occasionally blasting out ads. – Wes Boyd

19808. The Democratic Party had no idea how to use the Internet. They treated it like free money and then kept on doing all the rest of the things they normally do. – Wes Boyd

19809. A man may build a complicated piece of mechanism, or pilot a steamboat, but not more than five out of ten know how the apple got into the dumpling. – Edward A. Boyden

19810. I hate this wretched willow soul of mine, patiently enduring, plaited or twisted by other hands. – Karin Boye

19811. The geographical isolation and lack of television made world happenings and problems seem remote. – Paul D. Boyer

19812. Mountain hikes instilled in me a life-long urge to get to the top of any inviting summit or peak. – Paul D. Boyer

19813. The Brigham Young University (BYU) campus was just a few blocks from my home and tuition was minimal. – Paul D. Boyer

19814. The experience reminds me of a favorite saying: Most of the yield from research efforts comes from the coal that is mined while looking for diamonds. – Paul D. Boyer

19815. Concentrated serum albumin fractionated from blood plasma was effective in battlefield treatment of shock. – Paul D. Boyer

19816. The war project at Stanford was essentially completed, and I accepted an offer of an Assistant Professorship at the University of Minnesota, which had a good biochemistry department. – Paul D. Boyer

19817. This led to the discovery that long chain fatty acids would remarkably stabilize serum albumin to heat denaturation, and would even reverse the denaturation by heat or concentrated urea solutions. – Paul D. Boyer

19818. The excitement of vitamins, nutrition and metabolism permeated the environment. – Paul D. Boyer

19819. In marked contrast to the University of Wisconsin, Biochemistry was hardly visible at Stanford in 1945, consisting of only two professors in the chemistry department. – Paul D. Boyer

19820. More by example than by word, my father taught me logical reasoning, compassion, love of others, honesty, and discipline applied with understanding. – Paul D. Boyer

19821. A painstaking course in qualitative and quantitative analysis by John Wing gave me an appreciation of the need for, and beauty of, accurate measurement. – Paul D. Boyer

19822. It was always assumed that I would go to college. – Paul D. Boyer

19823. An unexpected benefit of my career in biochemistry has been travel. – Paul D. Boyer

19824. If our society continues to support basic research on how living organisms function, it is likely that my great grandchildren will be spared the agony of losing family members to most types of cancer. – Paul D. Boyer

19825. I participated on debating teams and in student government, and served as senior class president. – Paul D. Boyer

19826. I have a tendency to be lucky and make the right choices based on limited information. – Paul D. Boyer

19827. I am told that I had a bad temper, and remember being banished to the back hall until civility returned. – Paul D. Boyer

19828. Her death contributed to my later interest in studying biochemistry, an interest that has not been fulfilled in the sense that my accomplishments remain more at the basic than the applied level. – Paul D. Boyer

19829. Family trips to Yellowstone and to what are now national parks in Southern Utah, driving the primitive roads and cars of that day, were real adventures. – Paul D. Boyer

19830. During my early years at Minnesota I conducted an evening enzyme seminar. – Paul D. Boyer

19831. It wasn’t until late high school and early college that I gained enough size and skill to make me welcome on intramural basketball teams. – Paul D. Boyer

19832. Flying is hours and hours of boredom sprinkled with a few seconds of sheer terror. – Pappy Boyington

19833. It’s easy to like the most popular films, but I have a great fondness for ‘A Life Less Ordinary’. – Danny Boyle

19834. Celluloid will be the next decade’s black and white. – Danny Boyle

19835. I learned with ‘The Beach’ that I’m a bit better lower down the radar. – Danny Boyle

19836. I love huge movies. Not sure I am the guy to make them, but you can rely on me being there watching them. – Danny Boyle

19837. It’s a good place when all you have is hope and not expectations. – Danny Boyle

19838. What makes a river so restful to people is that it doesn’t have any doubt – it is sure to get where it is going, and it doesn’t want to go anywhere else. – Hal Boyle

19839. Professors simply can’t discuss a thing. Habit compels them to deliver a lecture. – Hal Boyle

19840. We need not worry so much about what man descends from – it’s what he descends to that shames the human race. – Hal Boyle

19841. You can reconstruct the picture from chaos and memory’s ruins. – Kay Boyle

19842. I spent every day just praying that I didn’t look like a big dork on camera. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19843. I know that I’m getting the real deal with my mom. I know that she’s telling it like it is. She’s proud of me when I’ve earned it and she’s disappointed in me when I’ve earn that. She’s really my spectrum on where I am as a person. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19844. I love children and I love men, but I can’t commit to either for the rest of my life. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19845. I love fast cars… and to go too fast in them. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19846. I love receiving fan mail. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19847. I love talking about myself. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19848. I remember doing the sex scene in Red Rock West. I had to kiss Nic Cage and then look like I was going down on him. And he couldn’t do anything – he just had to lie there. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19849. I still sweat bullets if I go on The Tonight Show, but I tell myself, You can either have fun tonight or you can be shy and miserable. You ask my friends or anyone I work with now – nobody would say I was shy. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19850. I had such a great mom and I know that I’d never be that mom. I wouldn’t want to bring a child into this world unless I could be. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19851. I’m afraid of the dark, so I have a lot of night-lights. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19852. I’ve dated men my age, younger than me and older. The only difference is the young ones are quicker at taking out the garbage. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19853. I’ve had Irish skin from the time I was a young girl. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19854. It is a great compliment to go out and be recognized. Although, because I basically go home and go to work, there isn’t much opportunity for that kind of thing to happen. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19855. Men love it. They have a sense of humor, whereas a lot of women are threatened or just don’t get it. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19856. Oh, I don’t talk about Jack and me. Some things are too good to share. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19857. Being Irish was a big thing for me, particularly growing up in Chicago. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19858. I had so many freckles that my mother used to say that they were kisses from the angels. I still have them. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19859. I think the institution of marriage is a great idea, but for me it’s just an idea. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19860. And I don’t believe that women can successfully have it all. I really don’t. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19861. And I think women have come a very, very long way, but they have a long way to go. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19862. As soon as you get over caring what people think, you can have a nice time. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19863. But I know somebody who has a bedside urinal. How do I compete with that? – Lara Flynn Boyle

19864. But Tommy Lee Jones is just smooth. He’s just the real deal. I’m captivated by him because there’s so little of that in Hollywood, and he just embodies it. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19865. Coffee and smoking are the last great addictions. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19866. Everybody wants to solve everybody’s problems. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19867. Have I seen The Commitments? I was obsessed with that movie. I just watched it again about two weeks ago. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19868. I am a very selfish person. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19869. I am very fortunate to have a career. I always have to act. I don’t know if I’ll have a career to support it for the rest of my life, but I know I’ll always act. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19870. I don’t have a problem with my body. I don’t diet, and I’m not hiding anything. I’m not going to be the subject of a movie of the week 10 years from now. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19871. I had never watched a law show prior to being cast on The Practice. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19872. And while I might not always agree with the viewpoint I have to portray, because I play a district attorney, as an actress I can always tell myself that my character is trying to take the moral high ground. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19873. Sometimes when you’re just thrown into something, you are more ready for it than when you have time to think it over and get nervous about it. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19874. That’s what the holidays are for – for one person to tell the stories and another to dispute them. Isn’t that the Irish way? – Lara Flynn Boyle

19875. To put me through school my morn had to work, so I was a latchkey kid. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19876. You can get through your whole day only around people who will tell you that you’re wonderful. But pretty soon they’re going to have to be lying about that. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19877. You know, the bigger you get and the more success you have, the more people you can fill your house with to tell you how great you are. You can do that. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19878. She comes from the Midwest. She had me at a very young age and raised me on her own. She’s a very hard worker. – Lara Flynn Boyle

19879. In live stage, the actor lives. – Peter Boyle

19880. Opera? Just what the world needs: more fat women screaming. – Peter Boyle

19881. I like to work for a while, and then do nothing for some period. – Peter Boyle

19882. I don’t think I would be an actor if I was that intelligent. – Peter Boyle

19883. The gospel comprises indeed, and unfolds, the whole mystery of man’s redemption, as far forth as it is necessary to be known for our salvation. – Robert Boyle

19884. And I might add the confidence with which distracted persons do oftentimes, when they are awake, think, they see black fiends in places, where there is no black object in sight without them. – Robert Boyle

19885. Singing for royalty is a dream of mine – I’d absolutely love to sing for the Queen at the Royal Variety Show. All the contestants are very good. I will just have to do my best and see what happens. – Susan Boyle

19886. It was my Mum who got me into singing properly – she knew I had to do something with my voice because she knew I was talented. She was the one who pushed me into joining a choir all those years ago, when I was about 12. I remember she told me to start with the choir and just see where it took me. – Susan Boyle

19887. I was slightly brain damaged at birth, and I want people like me to see that they shouldn’t let a disability get in the way. I want to raise awareness – I want to turn my disability into ability. – Susan Boyle

19888. I live myself with my cat Pebbles. She isn’t enjoying the attention as much as me – she ran off up the stairs as soon as the film crew for the show came into the house. She didn’t come down for hours. But I have the support of all my brothers and sisters and my neighbours and friends – everyone thinks it’s just great. – Susan Boyle

19889. I was always musical – yelling when I was a baby, singing into a brush and singing in the shower. – Susan Boyle

19890. I think that candidates who have pending cases of blood crimes and economic crimes must be definitely banned. – Francois Bozize

19891. You know, last season I didn’t do anything on the show, so I was frustrated. I mean, don’t get me wrong: It’s nice to get a paycheck. But if you don’t really do anything it’s not very satisfying. – Lorraine Bracco

19892. I thought I was going to be a lot more freaked out by being naked onstage. I think on film I would have been more freaked out, because film is less forgiving. But onstage it’s lit so beautifully. It would make my mother look good. – Lorraine Bracco

19893. I was jumping out of my skin. It was horrible. I was all over the place, because I’d never been in front of a live audience. That’s a whole other element in the play, the audience. – Lorraine Bracco

19894. Sometimes there’s one person in the audience laughing hysterically, and it’s so much fun. You end up playing the entire play to them. – Lorraine Bracco

19895. The sorrow which has no vent in tears may make other organs weep. – Francis J. Braceland

19896. Oh, I’m a survivor. My whole life has been surviving. – Eddie Bracken

19897. I was in an awful lot of trouble in Hollywood. – Eddie Bracken

19898. But I have fun with the fright, work with it. You have to – that’s your timing, that beat of excitement. And when I go on stage, it’s just like taking a step into heaven. Poof, you know? Poof – and there I am. – Eddie Bracken

19899. Working with Sturges was like working with a guy who wanted to have a party all the time. He was very serious about his work, but in between shots, he was fun and we would play games. – Eddie Bracken

19900. If Sir John A. MacDonald or any other leader of that day were here now, he would have a different program from that of sixty years ago. He sought to give his people policies suited to the time in which he lived. – John Bracken

19901. It is our task to provide policies suited to the different situations of today. – John Bracken

19902. Two thirds of a century ago, we were given a national policy. It was made to fit the conditions of the day. – John Bracken

19903. We go on multiplying our conveniences only to multiply our cares. We increase our possessions only to the enlargement of our anxieties. – Anna C. Brackett

19904. Do not seek for information of which you cannot make use. – Anna C. Brackett

19905. All real freedom springs from necessity, for it can be gained only through the exercise of the individual will, and that will can be roused to energetic action only by the force of necessity acting upon it from the outside to spur it to effort. – Anna C. Brackett

19906. He who receives a great many letters demanding answer, sees himself as if engaged in a hopeless struggle of one man against the rest of the world. – Anna C. Brackett

19907. The more we reduce ourselves to machines in the lower things, the more force we shall set free to use in the higher. – Anna C. Brackett

19908. Her I love. You I don’t even like. – Leigh Brackett

19909. English history is all about men liking their fathers, and American history is all about men hating their fathers and trying to burn down everything they ever did. – Malcolm Bradbury

19910. Only the old are innocent. That is what the Victorians understood, and the Christians. Original sin is a property of the young. The old grow beyond corruption very quickly. – Malcolm Bradbury

19911. You Liberals think that goats are just sheep from broken homes. – Malcolm Bradbury

19912. The English are polite by telling lies. The Americans are polite by telling the truth. – Malcolm Bradbury

19913. I like the English. They have the most rigid code of immorality in the world. – Malcolm Bradbury

19914. Culture is a way of coping with the world by defining it in detail. – Malcolm Bradbury

19915. My experience of ships is that on them one makes an interesting discovery about the world. One finds one can do without it completely. – Malcolm Bradbury

19916. If God had been a liberal, we wouldn’t have had the Ten Commandments – we’d have the Ten Suggestions. – Malcolm Bradbury

19917. Without libraries what have we? We have no past and no future. – Ray Bradbury

19918. Stuff your eyes with wonder, live as if you’d drop dead in ten seconds. See the world. It’s more fantastic than any dream made or paid for in factories. – Ray Bradbury

19919. The best scientist is open to experience and begins with romance – the idea that anything is possible. – Ray Bradbury

19920. There are worse crimes than burning books. One of them is not reading them. – Ray Bradbury

19921. Touch a scientist and you touch a child. – Ray Bradbury

19922. We are an impossibility in an impossible universe. – Ray Bradbury

19923. We are anthill men upon an anthill world. – Ray Bradbury

19924. We are the miracle of force and matter making itself over into imagination and will. Incredible. The Life Force experimenting with forms. You for one. Me for another. The Universe has shouted itself alive. We are one of the shouts. – Ray Bradbury

19925. You don’t have to burn books to destroy a culture. Just get people to stop reading them. – Ray Bradbury

19926. You’ve got to jump off cliffs and build your wings on the way down. – Ray Bradbury

19927. You must stay drunk on writing so reality cannot destroy you. – Ray Bradbury

19928. Americans are far more remarkable than we give ourselves credit for. We’ve been so busy damning ourselves for years. We’ve done it all, and yet we don’t take credit for it. – Ray Bradbury

19929. My stories run up and bite me on the leg – I respond by writing down everything that goes on during the bite. When I finish, the idea lets go and runs off. – Ray Bradbury

19930. We are cups, constantly and quietly being filled. The trick is, knowing how to tip ourselves over and let the beautiful stuff out. – Ray Bradbury

19931. Love. Fall in love and stay in love. Write only what you love, and love what you write. The key word is love. You have to get up in the morning and write something you love, something to live for. – Ray Bradbury

19932. Love is the answer to everything. It’s the only reason to do anything. If you don’t write stories you love, you’ll never make it. If you don’t write stories that other people love, you’ll never make it. – Ray Bradbury

19933. Love is easy, and I love writing. You can’t resist love. You get an idea, someone says something, and you’re in love. – Ray Bradbury

19934. Living at risk is jumping off the cliff and building your wings on the way down. – Ray Bradbury

19935. Jump, and you will find out how to unfold your wings as you fall. – Ray Bradbury

19936. If you enjoy living, it is not difficult to keep the sense of wonder. – Ray Bradbury

19937. If you dream the proper dreams, and share the myths with people, they will want to grow up to be like you. – Ray Bradbury

19938. If you don’t like what you’re doing, then don’t do it. – Ray Bradbury

19939. If we listened to our intellect, we’d never have a love affair. We’d never have a friendship. We’d never go into business, because we’d be cynical. Well, that’s nonsense. You’ve got to jump off cliffs all the time and build your wings on the way down. – Ray Bradbury

19940. I spent three days a week for 10 years educating myself in the public library, and it’s better than college. People should educate themselves – you can get a complete education for no money. At the end of 10 years, I had read every book in the library and I’d written a thousand stories. – Ray Bradbury

19941. I know you’ve heard it a thousand times before. But it’s true – hard work pays off. If you want to be good, you have to practice, practice, practice. If you don’t love something, then don’t do it. – Ray Bradbury

19942. I don’t try to describe the future. I try to prevent it. – Ray Bradbury

19943. Don’t think. Thinking is the enemy of creativity. It’s self-conscious, and anything self-conscious is lousy. You can’t try to do things. You simply must do things. – Ray Bradbury

19944. You can’t try to do things; you simply must do them. – Ray Bradbury

19945. Every morning I jump out of bed and step on a landmine. The landmine is me.After the explosion, I spent the rest of the day putting the pieces together. – Ray Bradbury

19946. You fail only if you stop writing. – Ray Bradbury

19947. When once estrangement has arisen between those who truly love each other, everything seems to widen the breach. – Mary Elizabeth Braddon

19948. I am a huge admirer of Elizabeth I, and this intriguing biography gives a wonderful picture of the era. – Barbara Taylor Bradford

19949. I work eight hours a day, but I’m not writing all that time. I’m thinking, editing, looking something up. Thinking is what I do a lot of. – Barbara Taylor Bradford

19950. When you are a strong woman, you will attract trouble. When a man feels threatened, there is always trouble. – Barbara Taylor Bradford

19951. Better a thousandfold abuse of free speech than denial of free speech. – Charles Bradlaugh

19952. I cannot follow you Christians; for you try to crawl through your life upon your knees, while I stride through mine on my feet. – Charles Bradlaugh

19953. The abuse dies in a day, but the denial slays the life of the people, and entombs the hope of the race. – Charles Bradlaugh

19954. Without free speech no search for truth is possible… no discovery of truth is useful. – Charles Bradlaugh

19955. We were right about the slush fund. But Sloan did not testify about it to the Grand Jury. – Ben Bradlee

19956. The champagne was flowing like the Potomac in flood. – Ben Bradlee

19957. The Nixon administration really put a lot of pressure on CBS not to run the second broadcast. – Ben Bradlee

19958. The really tough thing would have been to decide to take Woodward and Bernstein off the story. They were carrying the coal for us – in that their stories were right. – Ben Bradlee

19959. There have been as many investigative reporters on this newspaper working on Clinton’s many problems as I can remember there were working on Watergate. – Ben Bradlee

19960. They certainly did. They tried to make her look like a “nut case” and they succeeded to some extent. – Ben Bradlee

19961. We made only one real mistake. And even then we were right. – Ben Bradlee

19962. If an investigative reporter finds out that someone has been robbing the store, that may be “gotcha” journalism, but it’s also good journalism. – Ben Bradlee

19963. They cut about seven minutes from that broadcast, but it was still vital to the story’s momentum. – Ben Bradlee

19964. The biggest difference between Kennedy and Nixon, as far as the press is concerned, is simply this: Jack Kennedy really liked newspaper people and he really enjoyed sparring with journalists. – Ben Bradlee

19965. Sure, some journalists use anonymous sources just because they’re lazy and I think editors ought to insist on more precise identification even if they remain anonymous. – Ben Bradlee

19966. It took us about a day and a half to find out what had gone wrong. – Ben Bradlee

19967. You never monkey with the truth. – Ben Bradlee

19968. I think he had a strange, passionate devotion to the truth and a horror at what he saw going on. – Ben Bradlee

19969. I never believed that Nixon could fully resurrect himself. And the proof of that was in the obits. – Ben Bradlee

19970. I must be out of it, but I don’t know any good journalists who have excused Clinton’s problems. – Ben Bradlee

19971. I give Cronkite a whole lot of credit. – Ben Bradlee

19972. Maybe some of today’s papers have too many ‘feel-good’ features, but there is a lot of good news out there. – Ben Bradlee

19973. The history of American politics is littered with bodies of people who took so pure a position that they had no clout at all. – Benjamin C. Bradlee

19974. Shakespeare also introduces the supernatural into some of his tragedies; he introduces ghosts, and witches who have supernatural knowledge. – Andrew Coyle Bradley

19975. When Shakespeare begins his exposition thus he generally at first makes people talk about the hero, but keeps the hero himself for some time out of sight, so that we await his entrance with curiosity, and sometimes with anxiety. – Andrew Coyle Bradley

19976. We might not object to the statement that Lear deserved to suffer for his folly, selfishness and tyranny; but to assert that he deserved to suffer what he did suffer is to do violence not merely to language but to any healthy moral sense. – Andrew Coyle Bradley

19977. We cannot arrive at Shakespeare’s whole dramatic way of looking at the world from his tragedies alone, as we can arrive at Milton’s way of regarding things, or at Wordsworth’s or at Shelley’s, by examining almost any one of their important works. – Andrew Coyle Bradley

19978. A Shakespearean tragedy as so far considered may be called a story of exceptional calamity leading to the death of a man in high estate. But it is clearly much more than this, and we have now to regard it from another side. – Andrew Coyle Bradley

19979. Shakespeare very rarely makes the least attempt to surprise by his catastrophes. They are felt to be inevitable, though the precise way in which they will be brought about is not, of course, foreseen. – Andrew Coyle Bradley

19980. Nor does the idea of a moral order asserting itself against attack or want of conformity answer in full to our feelings regarding the tragic character. – Andrew Coyle Bradley

19981. Most people, even among those who know Shakespeare well and come into real contact with his mind, are inclined to isolate and exaggerate some one aspect of the tragic fact. – Andrew Coyle Bradley

19982. Job was the greatest of all the children of the east, and his afflictions were well-nigh more than he could bear; but even if we imagined them wearing him to death, that would not make his story tragic. – Andrew Coyle Bradley

19983. In the first place, it must be remembered that our point of view in examining the construction of a play will not always coincide with that which we occupy in thinking of its whole dramatic effect. – Andrew Coyle Bradley

19984. In speaking, for convenience, of devices and expedients, I did not intend to imply that Shakespeare always deliberately aimed at the effects which he produced. – Andrew Coyle Bradley

19985. In Shakespearean tragedy the main source of the convulsion which produces suffering and death is never good: good contributes to this convulsion only from its tragic implication with its opposite in one and the same character. – Andrew Coyle Bradley

19986. In approaching our subject it will be best, without attempting to shorten the path by referring to famous theories of the drama, to start directly from the facts, and to collect from them gradually an idea of Shakespearean Tragedy. – Andrew Coyle Bradley

19987. But, in addition, there is, all through the tragedy, a constant alternation of rises and falls in this tension or in the emotional pitch of the work, a regular sequence of more exciting and less exciting sections. – Andrew Coyle Bradley

19988. Both Brutus and Hamlet are highly intellectual by nature and reflective by habit. Both may even be called, in a popular sense, philosophic; Brutus may be called so in a stricter sense. – Andrew Coyle Bradley

19989. King Lear alone among these plays has a distinct double action. Besides this, it is impossible, I think, from the point of view of construction, to regard the hero as the leading figure. – Andrew Coyle Bradley

19990. Shakespeare’s idea of the tragic fact is larger than this idea and goes beyond it; but it includes it, and it is worth while to observe the identity of the two in a certain point which is often ignored. – Andrew Coyle Bradley

19991. The only way to be true to our American tradition is to maintain absolute governmental neutrality regarding religious beliefs and practices. – Bill Bradley

19992. Leaders should be collaborative, modest, and generous. – Bill Bradley

19993. Imagination allows us to escape the predictable. It enables us to reply to the common wisdom that we cannot soar by saying, “Just watch!” – Bill Bradley

19994. For a long time, I operated under the Chinese proverb that there are four kinds of leaders: those who you laugh at, those who you hate, those who you love and those who you don’t even know that they’re leaders. – Bill Bradley

19995. Every time I have some moment on a seashore, or in the mountains, or sometimes in a quiet forest, I think this is why the environment has to be preserved. – Bill Bradley

19996. Becoming number one is easier than remaining number one. – Bill Bradley

19997. Ambition is the path to success. Persistence is the vehicle you arrive in. – Bill Bradley

19998. Al Gore clearly has the vision… it’s a much better vision than that of George W. Bush. – Bill Bradley

19999. All I have are the people. – Bill Bradley

20000. The taste of defeat has a richness of experience all its own. – Bill Bradley

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