180000 famous quotes part 27 – 26001 to 27000

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180000 famous quotes part 27 – 26001 to 27000

26001. The past was more Christian? At times perhaps, in others, though, no. – Rocco Buttiglione

26002. The new soft totalitarianism that is advancing on the left wants to have a state religion It is an atheist, nihilistic religion – but it is a religion that is obligatory for all. – Rocco Buttiglione

26003. The family has a social function and so it should be sustained. – Rocco Buttiglione

26004. The family exists in order to allow women to have children and to have the protection of a male who takes care of them. – Rocco Buttiglione

26005. Relativism should be confronted where it damages fundamental human rights, because we’re not relativists if we believe that the human being should be at the centre of society and the rights of every human being should be respected. – Rocco Buttiglione

26006. One needs to know what the hierarchy of values are from which one takes inspiration, and in a democratic society this is the subject of continuous democratic debate. – Rocco Buttiglione

26007. On the other hand, I think that the family, the traditional family, has a fundamental social role, because it’s there that children are born and the investment in children is the greatest investment a country can make. The benefits of this investment go to everyone. – Rocco Buttiglione

26008. No, moral conscience is one thing, the law is another. We have to hold onto this difference. – Rocco Buttiglione

26009. John Paul II, above all, managed to contain the huge mass of frustration, of hate that had accumulated in that region, in favour of a peaceful transition. This was, without doubt, something that changed European history. – Rocco Buttiglione

26010. If you search for poverty, you’ll find it, often in the family. Why? Because the family makes this great investment, from which we all benefit, but for which no-one helps. We have to point the spotlight on the family, and make political choices that sustain the family. – Rocco Buttiglione

26011. I think the State shouldn’t poke its nose into the sexual relations of consenting adults. – Rocco Buttiglione

26012. I support non-discrimination for homosexuals, but I think, or at least I have the right to think – without saying whether I think it or not – I have the right to think, along with the catechism of the Catholic Church, that homosexuality is morally wrong. – Rocco Buttiglione

26013. For Europe, the fall of Communism has to be taken into account, and the fact that in the fight against Communism the recovery of Europe’s Christian roots was the driving force. – Rocco Buttiglione

26014. I can think that you are mistaken, but I have to be ready to give my life to maintain your right to make mistakes. I have to, though, have the right to say that you’re mistaken. This is the principal of the liberal society. – Rocco Buttiglione

26015. That’s possible, and in fact the legislation, the politics should graduate the advantages towards those who have children and give less to those who don’t have children. – Rocco Buttiglione

26016. That’s what really makes great skating competitions. When you have two top skaters in good form giving superb performances. – Dick Button

26017. They were two halves that together formed a magical whole. – Dick Button

26018. I am always joking and always clowning, giving and helping. – Red Buttons

26019. Then, there was Cary Grant. He spent three hours a week in hospitals teaching nervous people how to eat jello. – Red Buttons

26020. When people ask me if Dean Martin drank, let me put it this way. If Dracula bit Dean in the neck, he’d get a Bloody Mary. – Red Buttons

26021. There is only one goal. That’s to keep working and keep flossing. – Red Buttons

26022. I’ll tell you the truth; I wanted to leave me for Sid Caesar. – Red Buttons

26023. If I lose show business – I’ll really be an orphan! – Red Buttons

26024. Never raise your hand to your kids. It leaves your groin unprotected. – Red Buttons

26025. I was a stubborn cuss, and I made some mistakes. – Earl Butz

26026. While he was president, it was popular to be a Nixon hater. – Earl Butz

26027. The difference was you worked for Nixon, and with Ford. – Earl Butz

26028. Teaching was the most pleasant thing I did. – Earl Butz

26029. Sometimes my quotes may be too colorful. – Earl Butz

26030. Nixon was kind of a loner, he had a cold personality. – Earl Butz

26031. I understood public relations and always maintained a high profile. – Earl Butz

26032. I made lots of talks and challenged lots of people. – Earl Butz

26033. I challenged things that needed to be challenged at Purdue. – Earl Butz

26034. Ford was warm and friendly. He wouldn’t embarrass a Cabinet member. – Earl Butz

26035. But you’ve got to make choices, and you’re not going to be right all the time. – Earl Butz

26036. No, I try not to be a negative thinker. – Earl Butz

26037. Experience shows that success is due less to ability than to zeal. – Charles Buxton

26038. The first duty to children is to make them happy. If you have not made them so, you have wronged them. No other good they may get can make up for that. – Charles Buxton

26039. You must never find time for anything. If you want time you must make it. – Charles Buxton

26040. To make pleasures pleasant shortens them. – Charles Buxton

26041. You will never find time for anything. If you want time you must make it. – Charles Buxton

26042. The rule in carving holds good as to criticism; never cut with a knife what you can cut with a spoon. – Charles Buxton

26043. Silence is sometimes the severest criticism. – Charles Buxton

26044. If we do what is necessary, all the odds are in our favor. – Charles Buxton

26045. In life, as in chess, forethought wins. – Charles Buxton

26046. Success soon palls. The joyous time is when the breeze first strikes your sails, and the waters rustle under your bows. – Charles Buxton

26047. Our greatest privilege and responsibility as leaders of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs is to provide our veterans with a system that cares for their wounds and ensures that they have an opportunity to succeed. – Steve Buyer

26048. Men and women whose early youth was shaped in the ordeal of the Great Depression showed the values formed in that crucible when tyranny threatened a world. – Steve Buyer

26049. We, the people of the United States, we are a great Nation with a great vision. – Steve Buyer

26050. Twenty-five million veterans are living among us today. These men and women selflessly set aside their civilian lives to put on the uniform and serve us. – Steve Buyer

26051. The young patriots now returning from war in Iraq and Afghanistan and other deployments worldwide are joining the ranks of veterans to whom America owes an immense debt of gratitude. – Steve Buyer

26052. The sacrifices ordinary American men and women from communities large and small have been willing to make, often before they were past their teenage years, have secured our nation unprecedented freedoms and made us the world’s bulwark of liberty. – Steve Buyer

26053. The nation’s obligation to her defenders is as old as that defense itself. – Steve Buyer

26054. The men and women of today’s VA are dedicated to caring for today’s veterans and stand ready to provide for our servicemembers who now defend our freedoms and our way of life. – Steve Buyer

26055. Our nation has kept faith with its veterans. Funding for veterans healthcare and benefits is strong, and has increased more than 75 percent in the last decade. – Steve Buyer

26056. More than 48 million men and women have served America well and faithfully in military uniform. – Steve Buyer

26057. It is my sincere hope that hospitals across Indiana, and America, continue to strive for excellence when it comes to providing medical care. This proposed rule will be harmful to communities who wish to upgrade their medical facilities. – Steve Buyer

26058. America’s veterans embody the ideals upon which America was founded more than 229 years ago. – Steve Buyer

26059. I strongly support the Bush Administration’s clean diesel rules, which will reduce air pollution from diesel engines by more than 90 percent, and reduce the sulfur content of diesel fuel by more than 95 percent. – Steve Buyer

26060. I expect VA’s inspector general and the FBI to work closely together so that we can identify and eliminate the flaws that allowed this leak and prosecute any criminal acts. – Steve Buyer

26061. I also believe that Hurricane Katrina did reveal a weakness in our energy supply systems, highlighting the reliance this country has on the gulf coast for our energy resources. – Steve Buyer

26062. From a generation that came of age during the Great Depression, millions of our country’s best and bravest took up arms in a worldwide struggle against tyranny. – Steve Buyer

26063. For those who have made the ultimate sacrifice, we are grateful that such men and women were among us. For those who continue to serve, we honor their commitment. For those who return to civilian life, we honor their service. – Steve Buyer

26064. Each family of the United States military now attends to their loved ones funeral with a wrenching worry that it will be met possibly with a protest or a demonstration. – Steve Buyer

26065. Because all of us believe and understand in the fabric of the common bond of why we call ourselves American is to care for the men and women who wear the uniform; and when they take off the uniform, we care for them when they are veterans. – Steve Buyer

26066. Since the Revolution, eight generations of America’s veterans have established an unbroken commitment to freedom. – Steve Buyer

26067. As a matter of fact, when compression technology came along, we thought the future in 1996 was about voice. We got it wrong. It is about voice, video, and data, and that is what we have today on these cell phones. – Steve Buyer

26068. In fact, it is often times a detriment for the Government to preemptively legislate on an issue before we can either define it or grasp its impact. – Steve Buyer

26069. Learning how to learn is life’s most important skill. – Tony Buzan

26070. Fantasy should be as close as possible to journalism. – Dino Buzzati

26071. The original Dean Martin Comedy Hour handed me some hysterical sketches. I’ve got highlights on tons of these variety shows, given to me by their great writers. I’d love to be doing all that again. – Ruth Buzzi

26072. Around 7 years old, we girls took dancing lessons, joined the Brownies, the Girl Scouts, the 4H Club. – Ruth Buzzi

26073. I can laugh on cue, and it sounds real. People laugh with me. – Ruth Buzzi

26074. I created the characters from what I read in the script. I decided how I should talk, accent, no accent, my own voice, or a created voice. Then, I visualize what I should look like. – Ruth Buzzi

26075. I got everybody on my side through comedy. – Ruth Buzzi

26076. I really enjoyed doing the voice of Nose Marie on the cartoon series Pound Puppies. Fun, FUN cast. – Ruth Buzzi

26077. I really learned the power of the tube on Sesame Street and how it can influence a very young mind. – Ruth Buzzi

26078. Life has all sorts of hills and valleys, and sometimes you don’t end up doing what you had your heart set out on, but sometimes that’s even better! – Ruth Buzzi

26079. My nephews all look at me differently now. Before, they couldn’t relate to me, and now I’m like a god. – Ruth Buzzi

26080. Some of those STINKIN’ press people just had to make fun of my decision in joining the show. They also made fun of other choices in my life that I was proud of then and still am now!!! – Ruth Buzzi

26081. The funnier the material, the funnier I could make it. – Ruth Buzzi

26082. It’s so very important as to what a child watches on TV. I feel for every parent that knows this, and cares, because they only have control of the child’s viewing to a certain point. – Ruth Buzzi

26083. You call it madness, but I call it love. – Don Byas

26084. So many people comment that I’m much more mature than average. In this business, you can get taken advantage of if you’re not aware and you’re not tough. – Amanda Bynes

26085. Every person is so different and I don’t think there is an exact match for every person. If you meet someone and they have 20 of the 25 things you want in a person, then you’re pretty lucky. – Amanda Bynes

26086. We try to magnify the difference between Americans and the English. In real life they like the same music and dress the same. It’s really much more similar than anyone thinks or how we show it. – Amanda Bynes

26087. People have a preconceived notion about who I am and it’s interesting. It’s like picking who you want to win for the Oscars and not seeing the movie. – Amanda Bynes

26088. I’m so protected in my Nickelodeon bubble and “What I Like About You.” It’s all pretty much the same people I’ve worked with and it was pretty protected. – Amanda Bynes

26089. I loved “Clueless.” That was one of my favorite movies of all time. – Amanda Bynes

26090. I get a script and it’s really interesting with scripts, because you never really know. It’s paper and it could be great or awful. Even scripts that are good could end up not working. – Amanda Bynes

26091. I don’t like being compared to anyone or being in a class with someone. I’m a teen actress and therefore I’m competing against Hilary Duff. We’re different people like everyone else. – Amanda Bynes

26092. Going to another country you’re not in your house, you’re with people you’ve never met before, and I think it’s definitely a good growing experience. – Amanda Bynes

26093. Falling little wind, it was five before I could form my line, or distinguish any of the enemy’s motions; and could not judge at all of their force, more than by numbers, which were seventeen, and thirteen appeared large. – John Byng

26094. I do not send their Lordships the particulars of our losses and damages by this, as it would take me much time; and I am willing none should be lost in letting them know an event of such consequence. – John Byng

26095. The enemy now began to appear from the mast-head. – John Byng

26096. The next morning we saw nothing of the enemy, though we were still lying to. – John Byng

26097. By this time it was past six, and the enemy’s van and ours were at too great a distance to engage, I perceived some of their ships stretching to the northward; and I imagined they were going to form a new line. – John Byng

26098. A person should design the way he makes a living around how he wishes to make a life. – Charlie Byrd

26099. The guitar chose me. – Charlie Byrd

26100. We would play, then they would play a set, then we would jam on the last song. – Charlie Byrd

26101. And a musician has to learn to be frugal and to carefully manage financial affairs. – Charlie Byrd

26102. That jam was so much fun that by the end of the tour, we just jammed on all of the songs. – Charlie Byrd

26103. Music’s not like becoming a doctor, who can walk into a community and find people who need him. – Charlie Byrd

26104. A musician has to find a way to make his music mean something special – spiritually or however you can. – Charlie Byrd

26105. I stand for strict economy in governmental affairs. – Harry F. Byrd

26106. The State of Virginia is similar to a great business corporation… and should be conducted with the same efficiency and economy as any private business. – Harry F. Byrd

26107. A static hero is a public liability. Progress grows out of motion. – Richard E. Byrd

26108. Few men during their lifetime comes anywhere near exhausting the resources dwelling within them. There are deep wells of strength that are never used. – Richard E. Byrd

26109. That’s what the Senate is about. It’s the last bastion of minority rights, where a minority can be heard, where a minority can stand on its feet, one individual if necessary, and speak until he falls into the dust. – Robert Byrd

26110. Our ideals of freedom, set forth and realized in our Constitution, are our greatest export to the world. – Robert Byrd

26111. The money the president wants to borrow for Iraq will come directly out of the American taxpayer wallets in the form of Medicare and Social Security receipts. That’s your money. – Robert Byrd

26112. This war is not necessary. We are truly sleepwalking through history. – Robert Byrd

26113. To contemplate war is to think about the most horrible of human experiences. – Robert Byrd

26114. We, unlike Nazi Germany or Mussolini’s Italy, have never stopped being a nation of laws, not of men. But witness how men with motives and a majority can manipulate law to cruel and unjust ends. – Robert Byrd

26115. One’s family is the most important thing in life. I look at it this way: One of these days I’ll be over in a hospital somewhere with four walls around me. And the only people who’ll be with me will be my family. – Robert Byrd

26116. To the American people I say, awaken to what is happening. It is the duty of each citizen to be vigilant, to protect liberty, to speak out, left and right and disagree lest be trampled underfoot by misguided zealotry and extreme partisanship. – Robert Byrd

26117. Hitler never abandoned the cloak of legality; he recognized the enormous psychological value of having the law on his side. Instead, he turned the law inside out and made illegality legal. – Robert Byrd

26118. Mission accomplished? The mission in Iraq, as laid out by President Bush and Vice President Cheney, has failed. – Robert Byrd

26119. The ongoing strife in Iraq, and the billions of dollars that the President is seeking to continue that war, give me little comfort that this Administration has learned from its mistakes in Iraq. – Robert Byrd

26120. And the president is all wrong when he maintains that a nominee should have an up-or-down vote. The Constitution doesn’t say that. The Constitution doesn’t say that that nominee shall have any vote at all. There doesn’t have to even be a vote. – Robert Byrd

26121. Congress is not an ATM. – Robert Byrd

26122. I have been in Congress for more than a half century. I have lived through times of fear and times of hope. Of despair and of achievement. I have seen our government at its best, but today I fear that we see our government at its worst. – Robert Byrd

26123. I have never seen such extreme partisanship, such bitter partisanship, and such forgetfulness of the fate of our fathers and of the Constitution. – Robert Byrd

26124. Is it any wonder, why the approval ratings of the Congress go up every time we go into recess? – Robert Byrd

26125. It is money, money, money! Not ideas, not principles, but money that reigns supreme in American politics. – Robert Byrd

26126. It is the Constitution of the United States that has been undermined, undercut, and is under attack. It is the American people’s liberties that is in jeopardy. That is why I wrote ‘Losing America.’ – Robert Byrd

26127. It was the separation of powers upon which the framers placed their hopes for the preservation of the people’s liberties. Despite this heritage, the congress has been in too many cases more than willing to walk away from its constitutional powers. – Robert Byrd

26128. That’s the one for my tombstone… Here lies David Byrne. Why the big suit? – David Byrne

26129. I’m guarded; I don’t talk much. – David Byrne

26130. It didn’t even occur to me that I’m the last person in the world who should play salsa or Brazilian music. – David Byrne

26131. It’s not always been a happy marriage. I guess I wanted a quick fix. – David Byrne

26132. My favorite time of day is to get up and eat leftovers from dinner, especially spicy food. – David Byrne

26133. People in Latin America… love America from afar and emulate America in some ways but also hate a lot of things that America does to them. – David Byrne

26134. I’ve been in beautiful landscapes where one is tempted to whip out a camera and take a picture. I’ve learned to resist that. – David Byrne

26135. Punk was defined by an attitude rather than a musical style. – David Byrne

26136. Real beauty knocks you a little bit off kilter. – David Byrne

26137. I’m afraid that reason will triumph and that the world will become a place where anyone who doesn’t fit that will become unnecessary. – David Byrne

26138. Television sounded really different than the Ramones sounded really different than us sounded really different than Blondie sounded really different than the Sex Pistols. – David Byrne

26139. I never listen to the radio unless I rent a car. – David Byrne

26140. That’s the thing about pictures: they seduce you. – David Byrne

26141. The Heads were the only band on that scene that had a groove. – David Byrne

26142. The true face of smoking is disease, death and horror – not the glamour and sophistication the pushers in the tobacco industry try to portray. – David Byrne

26143. To shake your rump is to be environmentally aware. – David Byrne

26144. Sometimes it’s a form of love just to talk to somebody that you have nothing in common with and still be fascinated by their presence. – David Byrne

26145. I didn’t have any agenda or plan when I started writing stuff. – David Byrne

26146. When we started, a lot of bands sounded really different from one another. – David Byrne

26147. All you needed was a couple of instruments and a few chords and you could be on an indie label. – David Byrne

26148. Analysis is like a lobotomy. Who wants to have all their edges shaved off? – David Byrne

26149. Architecture theory is very interesting. – David Byrne

26150. Everything’s intentional. It’s just filling in the dots. – David Byrne

26151. Frank Lloyd Wright… his things were beautiful but not very functional. – David Byrne

26152. I subscribe to the myth that an artist’s creativity comes from torment. Once that’s fixed, what do you draw on? – David Byrne

26153. I couldn’t talk to people face to face, so I got on stage and started screaming and squealing and twitching. – David Byrne

26154. I’m afraid that everything will get homogenized and be the same. – David Byrne

26155. I find rebellion packaged by a major corporation a little hard to take seriously. – David Byrne

26156. I knew I wanted to have a doll of myself on the cover. I thought, I wanna see myself as a Ken doll. – David Byrne

26157. I like to combine the dramatic emotional warmth of strings with the grooves and body business of drums and bass. – David Byrne

26158. I read the NY Times but I don’t trust all of it. – David Byrne

26159. I try never to wear my own clothes, I pretend I’m someone else. – David Byrne

26160. I wanted to be a secret agent and an astronaut, preferably at the same time. – David Byrne

26161. I’d like to be known for more than being the guy in the big suit. – David Byrne

26162. I couldn’t take pictures of green rolling hills. – David Byrne

26163. To some extent I happily don’t know what I’m doing. I feel that it’s an artist’s responsibility to trust that. – David Byrne

26164. The only way you can continue to make artistic films is to make an occasional one of those. They kind of keep your marketability going to the extent that people will employ you. – Gabriel Byrne

26165. A completely disrespectful photographer was asked to stop taking photographs, and then said, ‘I’ve got what I want. What are you going to do about it?’ How would you feel if somebody walked up and started taking your photograph? I don’t think you’d be very happy. – Gabriel Byrne

26166. What is that song that Willie Nelson sang? ‘Oh, the days dwindle down to a precious few.’ I think of that. No big deal. I’ve reached a stage in my life where I am content. – Gabriel Byrne

26167. Presents don’t really mean much to me. I don’t want to sound mawkish, but – it was the realization that I have a great many people in my life who really love me, and who I really love. – Gabriel Byrne

26168. O’Neill presents a very complex multi-layered kind of challenge. His characters are always deeply complex and, to a great extent, inaccessible. – Gabriel Byrne

26169. Not to oversimplify it, somebody once said a good rule of thumb in interpreting a character is to find the good in the bad people that you portray and the bad in the good. – Gabriel Byrne

26170. It’s actually pretty complex, because there’s two levels of reality in the narrative. One is what really took place, and the other is Spider’s poisoned version of what took place. – Gabriel Byrne

26171. It was either Voltaire or Charlie Sheen who said, ‘We are born alone. We live alone. We die alone. And anything in between that can give us the illusion that we’re not, we cling to.’ – Gabriel Byrne

26172. I would like to break out of this dark, brooding image, cause I’m actually not like that at all. – Gabriel Byrne

26173. I thought to myself, there’s a man who gave up his life to serve others – to touch people in that way is probably the greatest thing you can do as a human being. – Gabriel Byrne

26174. I think there’s a bit of the devil in everybody. There’s a bit of a priest in everybody, too, but I enjoyed playing the devil more. He was more fun. – Gabriel Byrne

26175. I had one of the best days of my life. I spent the afternoon with my two kids and my ex-wife at Serendipity. Then I came to the theater, and you know, I think I did the play the best I’ve ever done it. – Gabriel Byrne

26176. I don’t think we’re living in great times for movies, to tell you the truth. – Gabriel Byrne

26177. From doing A Moon for the Misbegotten, I’ve learned that nobody’s love can save anybody else. There are people who want to die, and nothing or nobody will stop them. The only one who can save you is yourself. – Gabriel Byrne

26178. I’m not a very gregarious person. I can’t bear attention being called to me in a public place, which is ridiculous in a business that pays you to be noticed. – Gabriel Byrne

26179. And then, I suppose, there’s also a cinematic reality on top of that. Because it was extremely difficult to keep tabs on, it was quite confusing acting that. – Gabriel Byrne

26180. Tonight – by taking this solemn oath – I am no longer a private citizen but the Mayor of the City of Chicago. – Jane Byrne

26181. If we are to succeed, we must recognize that the community redevelopment is not solely the rehabilitation of housing, or putting a mall in the business strips. – Jane Byrne

26182. In the days and months I spent walking through the various communities of this city, I found that Chicago did not work for everyone, however. – Jane Byrne

26183. In the housing projects, people talked of ways to reduce crime, relieve overcrowding, and they were good ideas that we plan to study, and possibly implement. – Jane Byrne

26184. Our universities and museums are respected around the country. – Jane Byrne

26185. The Chicago Symphony is considered the greatest orchestra in the world. – Jane Byrne

26186. When there were fears about the future of this nation’s older cities… when a few of the cities teetered on the brink of bankruptcy, all eyes were focused on Chicago for contrast. – Jane Byrne

26187. The credit for much of this rightly belongs to the late Mayor Daley who forged a coalition of business and labor that kept Chicago always moving ahead. – Jane Byrne

26188. The people ask much, often more than any government can give. We must resist the temptation to promise solutions to all problems. – Jane Byrne

26189. We saw hundreds of programs to redevelop the central city, the neighborhoods, in the past. – Jane Byrne

26190. The people of Chicago are a proud people – and for good reason. – Jane Byrne

26191. We must care. We must all care. And while I am working, while the governments is working, so must the people also work. – Jane Byrne

26192. If those communities are left to decay, this city will decay. – Jane Byrne

26193. The cooperation of government at its different levels is important and can only be achieved as long as the people of Chicago are directly involved in our efforts and supportive of our goals. – Jane Byrne

26194. The people must know that from this day on, we want their opinions. – Jane Byrne

26195. But always I was a private citizen whose activities in government or political party were appointive. – Jane Byrne

26196. The nation can no longer afford to continue policies that hasten the flight of persons to the distant suburbs. – Jane Byrne

26197. If for no other reason than the energy crisis now facing this country, the federal government should be eager to become partners with us in rebuilding our city. – Jane Byrne

26198. Be assured that I did not become the Mayor of Chicago to preside over its decline. – Jane Byrne

26199. But as important as the job to be done by government in the neighborhoods, the people must also be involved. – Jane Byrne

26200. But I am committed to keeping this city a strong and viable center for commerce and industry, for continuing to make it a place of opportunity for its citizens. – Jane Byrne

26201. Chicago kept industry, attracted new business, became the center for convention trade and transportation. – Jane Byrne

26202. Chicago’s neighborhoods have always been this city’s greatest strength. – Jane Byrne

26203. For my part, I plan to work out a fair and adequate redistribution of city services to all city neighborhoods. – Jane Byrne

26204. I accept that responsibility and ask only that I be judged by my performance as its chief executive. – Jane Byrne

26205. I am a Democrat. I have been one all of my life. – Jane Byrne

26206. If all of us would require the same level of performance from ourselves as we expect from government, this city will forever be the city that works. – Jane Byrne

26207. I am here before you tonight to dedicate this administration to bringing a new renaissance of neighborhood life and community spirit, a renewal of confidence in the future of our city and a revival of opportunity for all Chicago. – Jane Byrne

26208. I pledge tonight to be Mayor for all of the people of this city – for one Chicago. – Jane Byrne

26209. City employees will be hired and promoted because of their abilities – without outside interference. – Jane Byrne

26210. As I visited the various neighborhoods in the campaign, I learned fast that it’s a mistake to think that all of the wisdom and possible solutions to our problems are available only in this building. – Jane Byrne

26211. I feel not unlike a small boy, waking from a bad dream to find reality not much of an improvement. – John Byrne

26212. Partying is such sweet sorrow. – Robert Byrne

26213. Prejudices save time. – Robert Byrne

26214. The purpose of life is a life of purpose. – Robert Byrne

26215. There are two kinds of people, those who finish what they start and so on. – Robert Byrne

26216. Until you walk a mile in another man’s moccasins you can’t imagine the smell. – Robert Byrne

26217. Winter is nature’s way of saying, “Up yours.” – Robert Byrne

26218. One reason people get divorced is that they run out of gift ideas. – Robert Byrne

26219. Everything is in a state of flux, including the status quo. – Robert Byrne

26220. To err is human, to purr feline. – Robert Byrne

26221. Memorial Service: Farewell party for someone who already left. – Robert Byrne

26222. Getting caught is the mother of invention. – Robert Byrne

26223. Doing a thing well is often a waste of time. – Robert Byrne

26224. Democracy is being allowed to vote for the candidate you dislike least. – Robert Byrne

26225. Byrne’s Law: In any electrical circuit, appliances and wiring will burn out to protect fuses. – Robert Byrne

26226. Anybody who believes that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach flunked geography. – Robert Byrne

26227. A promising young man should go into politics so that he can go on promising for the rest of his life. – Robert Byrne

26228. No one ever committed suicide while reading a good book, but many have tried while trying to write one. – Robert Byrne

26229. Learning to dislike children at an early age saves a lot of expense and aggravation later in life. – Robert Byrne

26230. Being an actor is mostly about rejection and being out of work. It was a fast lesson in all of that stuff. – Rose Byrne

26231. You see someone on the street wearing an outfit and then it’s on the cover of a magazine. I love. But, you know, I’m Australian, so I’m not too flashy or glitzy. – Rose Byrne

26232. Where I am now, you’re very much at everybody else’s mercy. You have no control over your career in a lot of ways. It’s just important to know what your own goals are, because that’s empowering. – Rose Byrne

26233. TV is very much a producer and writer or creator-driven machine in the States. And I’m the kind of actor that needs to be pushed and have someone on my case a little bit, so I suffer from that. – Rose Byrne

26234. They think I’m depressed because I look serious in photos. It’s usually because I’m just nervous. But I’ve stopped dressing for other people. If I think I look good, that’s the most important thing. – Rose Byrne

26235. The British are so funny. It’s like they can’t believe I lived in Hackney. ‘You could live in Bondi Beach. Why would you want to live in ‘Ackney?’ But Hackney’s fantastic. I’m serious. There are so many artists there. I loved the markets, the parks, the pubs, the diversity. It was a cultural melting-pot. – Rose Byrne

26236. I’ve always thought of myself as more of a character actress. I’ve tried to do different things, but I’ve always been under the radar and that’s how I like it. I’ve been really blessed to work this long and I just hope I continue to get better and better and better and better. – Rose Byrne

26237. I’m ambitious but I’m not particularly competitive. I’ll try to get roles, as I think it’s healthy to go for things, but… I think there’s too much competition between women already. It’s important to have female solidarity and support each other and other actresses. – Rose Byrne

26238. I tend to spiral out of control if I’m not working. I get panicked and don’t know what to do with myself. – Rose Byrne

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26239. I loved performing; I was always trying to impress my siblings by being a clown. I think that came from being the runt of the litter. – Rose Byrne

26240. I often do very serious roles, but really I am a big clown. – Rose Byrne

26241. The conditions which now exist in Germany make it impossible for industrial production to reach the levels which the occupying powers agreed were essential for a minimum German peacetime economy. – James F. Byrnes

26242. That was the principle of reparations to which President Truman agreed at Potsdam. And the United States will not agree to the taking from Germany of greater reparations than was provided by the Potsdam Agreement. – James F. Byrnes

26243. Freedom from militarism will give the German people the opportunity, if they will but seize it, to apply their great energies and abilities to the works of peace. – James F. Byrnes

26244. Friendship without self-interest is one of the rare and beautiful things of life. – James F. Byrnes

26245. German militarism and Nazism have devastated twice in our generation the lands of German neighbors. – James F. Byrnes

26246. I have come to Germany to learn at first hand the problems involved in the reconstruction of Germany and to discuss with our representatives the views of the United States Government as to some of the problems confronting us. – James F. Byrnes

26247. I hope that the German people will never again make the mistake of believing that because the American people are peace-loving, they will sit back hoping for peace if any nation uses force or the threat of force to acquire dominion over other peoples and other governments. – James F. Byrnes

26248. Important as economic unification is for the recovery of Germany and of Europe, the German people must recognize that the basic cause of their suffering and distress is the war which the Nazi dictatorship brought upon the world. – James F. Byrnes

26249. It is not in the interest of the German people or in the interest of world peace that Germany should become a pawn or a partner in a military struggle for power between the East and the West. – James F. Byrnes

26250. It will give them the opportunity to show themselves worthy of the respect and friendship of peace-loving nations, and in time, to take an honorable place among members of the United Nations. – James F. Byrnes

26251. Most of the victims of Nazi aggression were before the war less well off than Germany. They should not be expected by Germany to bear, unaided, the major costs of Nazi aggression. – James F. Byrnes

26252. The nearest approach to immortality on earth is a government bureau. – James F. Byrnes

26253. Provision was also made for the distribution of Germany’s foreign assets among the Allies. – James F. Byrnes

26254. What we want is a lasting peace. We will oppose soft measures which invite the breaking of the peace. – James F. Byrnes

26255. The American people want peace. They have long since ceased to talk of a hard or a soft peace for Germany. – James F. Byrnes

26256. The carrying out of the Potsdam Agreement has, however, been obstructed by the failure of the Allied Control Council to take the necessary steps to enable the German economy to function as an economic unit. – James F. Byrnes

26257. The German people were not denied, however, the possibility of improving their lot by hard work over the years. Industrial growth and progress were not denied them. – James F. Byrnes

26258. The working out of a balanced economy throughout Germany to provide the necessary means to pay for approved imports has not been accomplished, although that too is expressly required by the Potsdam Agreement. – James F. Byrnes

26259. Too many people are thinking of security instead of opportunity. They seem more afraid of life than death. – James F. Byrnes

26260. We favor the economic unification of Germany. If complete unification cannot be secured, we shall do everything in our power to secure the maximum possible unification. – James F. Byrnes

26261. We have helped to organize the United Nations. We believe it will stop aggressor nations from starting wars. Because we believe it, we intend to support the United Nations organization with all the power and resources we possess. – James F. Byrnes

26262. We have learned that peace and well-being are indivisible and that our peace and well-being cannot be purchased at the price of peace or the well-being of any other country. – James F. Byrnes

26263. We intend to continue our interest in the affairs of Europe and of the world. – James F. Byrnes

26264. Power intoxicates men. It is never voluntarily surrendered. It must be taken from them. – James F. Byrnes

26265. I am sure of nothing so little as my own intentions. – George Byron

26266. Her great merit is finding out mine; there is nothing so amiable as discernment. – George Byron

26267. I slept and dreamt that life was beauty; I woke and found that life was duty. – George Byron

26268. Lovers may be and indeed generally are enemies, but they never can be friends, because there must always be a spice of jealousy and a something of Self in all their speculations. – George Byron

26269. It is very iniquitous to make me pay my debts, you have no idea of the pain it gives one. – George Byron

26270. It is useless to tell one not to reason but to believe; you might as well tell a man not to wake but sleep. – George Byron

26271. If I am fool, it is, at least, a doubting one; and I envy no one the certainty of his self-approved wisdom. – George Byron

26272. Now hatred is by far the longest pleasure; men love in haste but they detest at leisure. – George Byron

26273. I shall soon be six-and-twenty. Is there anything in the future that can possibly console us for not being always twenty-five? – George Byron

26274. Opinions are made to be changed or how is truth to be got at? – George Byron

26275. For what were all these country patriots born? To hunt, and vote, and raise the price of corn? – George Byron

26276. Every day confirms my opinion on the superiority of a vicious life, and if Virtue is not its own reward, I don’t know any other stipend annexed to it. – George Byron

26277. Cervantes smiled Spain’s chivalry away; A single laugh demolished the right arm Of his country. – George Byron

26278. But words are things, and a small drop of ink, Falling like dew, upon a thought, produces That which makes thousands, perhaps millions, think. – George Byron

26279. All farewells should be sudden, when forever. – George Byron

26280. A woman who gives any advantage to a man may expect a lover but will sooner or later find a tyrant. – George Byron

26281. I would rather have a nod from an American, than a snuff- box from an emperor. – George Byron

26282. The reading or non-reading a book will never keep down a single petticoat. – George Byron

26283. Yes! ready money is Aladdin’s lamp. – George Byron

26284. Women hate everything which strips off the tinsel of sentiment, and they are right, or it would rob them of their weapons. – George Byron

26285. Wives in their husbands’ absences grow subtler, And daughters sometimes run off with the butler. – George Byron

26286. What should I have known or written had I been a quiet, mercantile politician or a lord in waiting? A man must travel, and turmoil, or there is no existence. – George Byron

26287. There is pleasure in the pathless woods, there is rapture in the lonely shore, there is society where none intrudes, by the deep sea, and music in its roar; I love not Man the less, but Nature more. – George Byron

26288. Nothing can confound a wise man more than laughter from a dunce. – George Byron

26289. There is no such thing as a life of passion any more than a continuous earthquake, or an eternal fever. Besides, who would ever shave themselves in such a state? – George Byron

26290. The fact is that my wife if she had common sense would have more power over me than any other whatsoever, for my heart always alights upon the nearest perch. – George Byron

26291. The best prophet of the future is the past. – George Byron

26292. Sincerity may be humble but she cannot be servile. – George Byron

26293. Shelley is truth itself and honour itself notwithstanding his out-of-the-way notions about religion. – George Byron

26294. Shakespeare’s name, you may depend on it, stands absurdly too high and will go down. – George Byron

26295. Self-love for ever creeps out, like a snake, to sting anything which happens to stumble upon it. – George Byron

26296. Romances I ne’er read like those I have seen. – George Byron

26297. Life’s too short for chess. – Henry James Byron

26298. Life’s to short for chess. – Henry James Byron

26299. Those who will not reason, are bigots, those who cannot, are fools, and those who dare not, are slaves. – Lord Byron

26300. As long as I retain my feeling and my passion for Nature, I can partly soften or subdue my other passions and resist or endure those of others. – Lord Byron

26301. What is fame? The advantage of being known by people of whom you yourself know nothing, and for whom you care as little. – Lord Byron

26302. What is the worst of woes that wait on age? What stamps the wrinkle deeper on the brow? To view each loved one blotted from life’s page, And be alone on earth, as I am now. – Lord Byron

26303. When the green woods laugh with the voice of joy, And the dimpling stream runs laughing by; When the air does laugh with our merry wit, And the green hill laughs with the noise of it. – Lord Byron

26304. Where there is mystery, it is generally suspected there must also be evil. – Lord Byron

26305. Who loves, raves. – Lord Byron

26306. Who tracks the steps of glory to the grave? – Lord Byron

26307. Why I came here, I know not; where I shall go it is useless to inquire – in the midst of myriads of the living and the dead worlds, stars, systems, infinity, why should I be anxious about an atom? – Lord Byron

26308. Ye stars! which are the poetry of heaven! – Lord Byron

26309. Yes, love indeed is light from heaven; A spark of that immortal fire with angels shared, by Allah given to lift from earth our low desire. – Lord Byron

26310. Roll on, deep and dark blue ocean, roll. Ten thousand fleets sweep over thee in vain. Man marks the earth with ruin, but his control stops with the shore. – Lord Byron

26311. Society is now one polished horde, formed of two mighty tries, the Bores and Bored. – Lord Byron

26312. Be thou the rainbow in the storms of life. The evening beam that smiles the clouds away, and tints tomorrow with prophetic ray. – Lord Byron

26313. Truth is always strange, stranger than fiction. – Lord Byron

26314. America is a model of force and freedom and moderation – with all the coarseness and rudeness of its people. – Lord Byron

26315. Always laugh when you can. It is cheap medicine. – Lord Byron

26316. Though sages may pour out their wisdom’s treasure, there is no sterner moralist than pleasure. – Lord Byron

26317. All who joy would win must share it. Happiness was born a Twin. – Lord Byron

26318. Between two worlds life hovers like a star, twixt night and morn, upon the horizon’s verge. – Lord Byron

26319. Adversity is the first path to truth. – Lord Byron

26320. Absence – that common cure of love. – Lord Byron

26321. A woman should never be seen eating or drinking, unless it be lobster salad and Champagne, the only true feminine and becoming viands. – Lord Byron

26322. A thousand years may scare form a state. An hour may lay it in ruins. – Lord Byron

26323. A mistress never is nor can be a friend. While you agree, you are lovers; and when it is over, anything but friends. – Lord Byron

26324. Prolonged endurance tames the bold. – Lord Byron

26325. There is something pagan in me that I cannot shake off. In short, I deny nothing, but doubt everything. – Lord Byron

26326. Sometimes we are less unhappy in being deceived by those we love, than in being undeceived by them. – Lord Byron

26327. Sorrow is knowledge, those that know the most must mourn the deepest, the tree of knowledge is not the tree of life. – Lord Byron

26328. The ‘good old times’ – all times when old are good. – Lord Byron

26329. The beginning of atonement is the sense of its necessity. – Lord Byron

26330. The busy have no time for tears. – Lord Byron

26331. The Cardinal is at his wit’s end – it is true that he had not far to go. – Lord Byron

26332. The dew of compassion is a tear. – Lord Byron

26333. The great art of life is sensation, to feel that we exist, even in pain. – Lord Byron

26334. The heart will break, but broken live on. – Lord Byron

26335. The place is very well and quiet and the children only scream in a low voice. – Lord Byron

26336. What a strange thing man is; and what a stranger thing woman. – Lord Byron

26337. There is no instinct like that of the heart. – Lord Byron

26338. We are all selfish and I no more trust myself than others with a good motive. – Lord Byron

26339. There’s naught, no doubt, so much the spirit calms as rum and true religion. – Lord Byron

26340. They never fail who die in a great cause. – Lord Byron

26341. This is the patent age of new inventions for killing bodies, and for saving souls. All propagated with the best intentions. – Lord Byron

26342. This man is freed from servile bands, Of hope to rise, or fear to fall; Lord of himself, though not of lands, And leaving nothing, yet hath all. – Lord Byron

26343. Smiles form the channels of a future tear. – Lord Byron

26344. Though I love my country, I do not love my countrymen. – Lord Byron

26345. ‘Tis pleasant, sure, to see one’s name in print. A book’s a book, although there’s nothing in ‘t. – Lord Byron

26346. ‘Tis very certain the desire of life prolongs it. – Lord Byron

26347. To have joy one must share it. Happiness was born a twin. – Lord Byron

26348. To withdraw myself from myself has ever been my sole, my entire, my sincere motive in scribbling at all. – Lord Byron

26349. Out of chaos God made a world, and out of high passions comes a people. – Lord Byron

26350. The poor dog, in life the firmest friend. The first to welcome, foremost to defend. – Lord Byron

26351. He who is only just is cruel. Who on earth could live were all judged justly? – Lord Byron

26352. A man of eighty has outlived probably three new schools of painting, two of architecture and poetry and a hundred in dress. – Lord Byron

26353. I know that two and two make four – and should be glad to prove it too if I could – though I must say if by any sort of process I could convert 2 and 2 into five it would give me much greater pleasure. – Lord Byron

26354. I have no consistency, except in politics; and that probably arises from my indifference to the subject altogether. – Lord Byron

26355. I have great hopes that we shall love each other all our lives as much as if we had never married at all. – Lord Byron

26356. I have always believed that all things depended upon Fortune, and nothing upon ourselves. – Lord Byron

26357. I have a great mind to believe in Christianity for the mere pleasure of fancying I may be damned. – Lord Byron

26358. I do detest everything which is not perfectly mutual. – Lord Byron

26359. I cannot help thinking that the menace of Hell makes as many devils as the severe penal codes of inhuman humanity make villains. – Lord Byron

26360. I am acquainted with no immaterial sensuality so delightful as good acting. – Lord Byron

26361. I am about to be married, and am of course in all the misery of a man in pursuit of happiness. – Lord Byron

26362. I only go out to get me a fresh appetite for being alone. – Lord Byron

26363. He who surpasses or subdues mankind, must look down on the hate of those below. – Lord Byron

26364. I should be very willing to redress men wrongs, and rather check than punish crimes, had not Cervantes, in that all too true tale of Quixote, shown how all such efforts fail. – Lord Byron

26365. Friendship may, and often does, grow into love, but love never subsides into friendship. – Lord Byron

26366. Friendship is Love without his wings! – Lord Byron

26367. For truth is always strange; stranger than fiction. – Lord Byron

26368. For pleasures past I do not grieve, nor perils gathering near; My greatest grief is that I leave nothing that claims a tear. – Lord Byron

26369. For in itself a thought, a slumbering thought, is capable of years, and curdles a long life into one hour. – Lord Byron

26370. Fools are my theme, let satire be my song. – Lord Byron

26371. Folly loves the martyrdom of fame. – Lord Byron

26372. Fame is the thirst of youth. – Lord Byron

26373. Every day confirms my opinion on the superiority of a vicious life – and if Virtue is not its own reward I don’t know any other stipend annexed to it. – Lord Byron

26374. Death, so called, is a thing which makes men weep, And yet a third of life is passed in sleep. – Lord Byron

26375. But what is Hope? Nothing but the paint on the face of Existence; the least touch of truth rubs it off, and then we see what a hollow-cheeked harlot we have got hold of. – Lord Byron

26376. Her great merit is finding out mine – there is nothing so amiable as discernment. – Lord Byron

26377. Like the measles, love is most dangerous when it comes late in life. – Lord Byron

26378. Opinions are made to be changed – or how is truth to be got at? – Lord Byron

26379. One certainly has a soul; but how it came to allow itself to be enclosed in a body is more than I can imagine. I only know if once mine gets out, I’ll have a bit of a tussle before I let it get in again to that of any other. – Lord Byron

26380. My turn of mind is so given to taking things in the absurd point of view, that it breaks out in spite of me every now and then. – Lord Byron

26381. Men think highly of those who rise rapidly in the world; whereas nothing rises quicker than dust, straw, and feathers. – Lord Byron

26382. Men love in haste, but they detest at leisure. – Lord Byron

26383. Men are the sport of circumstances when it seems circumstances are the sport of men. – Lord Byron

26384. Man’s love is of man’s life a part; it is a woman’s whole existence. In her first passion, a woman loves her lover, in all the others all she loves is love. – Lord Byron

26385. Man, being reasonable, must get drunk; the best of life is but intoxication. – Lord Byron

26386. Man is born passionate of body, but with an innate though secret tendency to the love of Good in his main-spring of Mind. But God help us all! It is at present a sad jar of atoms. – Lord Byron

26387. I love not man the less, but Nature more. – Lord Byron

26388. Love will find a way through paths where wolves fear to prey. – Lord Byron

26389. A celebrity is one who is known to many persons he is glad he doesn’t know. – Lord Byron

26390. Life’s enchanted cup sparkles near the brim. – Lord Byron

26391. Let none think to fly the danger for soon or late love is his own avenger. – Lord Byron

26392. It is very certain that the desire of life prolongs it. – Lord Byron

26393. It is useless to tell one not to reason but to believe – you might as well tell a man not to wake but sleep. – Lord Byron

26394. It is odd but agitation or contest of any kind gives a rebound to my spirits and sets me up for a time. – Lord Byron

26395. In solitude, where we are least alone. – Lord Byron

26396. In England the only homage which they pay to Virtue – is hypocrisy. – Lord Byron

26397. If we must have a tyrant, let him at least be a gentleman who has been bred to the business, and let us fall by the axe and not by the butcher’s cleaver. – Lord Byron

26398. If I don’t write to empty my mind, I go mad. – Lord Byron

26399. If I could always read, I should never feel the want of company. – Lord Byron

26400. I would rather have a nod from an American, than a snuff-box from an emperor. – Lord Byron

26401. Lovers may be – and indeed generally are – enemies, but they never can be friends, because there must always be a spice of jealousy and a something of Self in all their speculations. – Lord Byron

26402. These things are hard to pin down. We work on a script a bit, then work on a different one. – Joel Coen

26403. I play a guy who believes he’s a king. He’s the most common man in the world; in fact his family, like his suits, are just make-up. It’s about dysfunctional people and dysfunctional relationships. – James Caan

26404. I never rode a bull – I’m not that stupid. – James Caan

26405. I don’t think silicone makes a girl good or bad. – James Caan

26406. I always thought of myself as some sort of athlete until I started playing golf a couple years ago. – James Caan

26407. Anyone of my generation who tells you he hasn’t ‘done Brando’ is lying. – James Caan

26408. Actors have bodyguards and entourages not because anybody wants to hurt them – who would want to hurt an actor? – but because they want to get recognized. God forbid someone doesn’t recognize them. – James Caan

26409. I think we have to believe in things we don’t see. That’s really important for all of us, whether it’s your religion or Santa Claus, or whatever. That’s pretty much what it’s about. – James Caan

26410. Some guys say beauty is only skin deep. But when you walk into a party, you don’t see somebody’s brain. The initial contact has to be the sniffing. – James Caan

26411. Showing up every day isn’t enough. There are a lot of guys who show up every day who shouldn’t have showed up at all. – James Caan

26412. You’re the only one who’s closing your eyes at night. There’s no one else who can do it for you. – James Caan

26413. You have to be very careful when you let someone win. – James Caan

26414. What’s the difference between sex and love? I have four wives and five kids. I apparently don’t know the difference. – James Caan

26415. To get over my divorce, I got a prescription to live at the Playboy Mansion for a while. – James Caan

26416. There’s nothing more boring than actors talking about acting. – James Caan

26417. People wonder why first-time directors can make a brilliant picture, then suck on the second one. It’s because they’re a little terrified the first time. So they listen to all the experts around them. – James Caan

26418. There are a lot of guys in Hollywood who clap you on the back just a little too hard. – James Caan

26419. One night I went over to get some dope from some Hollywood tough guy. After I left, my son Scott, who was only fifteen, went over with a baseball bat to kill him. I was laughing out of one eye and crying out of the other. I thought, Who am I kidding? – James Caan

26420. My least favorite phrase in the English language is “I don’t care.” – James Caan

26421. It’s a very charming movie about the mob – a real stretch for me. – James Caan

26422. It is that, but really, it’s about how we don’t recognise the little things in life, or appreciate the little things in life like belonging. A sense of belonging is a big thing today. – James Caan

26423. I’ve been lucky. The critics never went out of their way to single me out for doing bad work. – James Caan

26424. I’m here instead of having shoulder surgery. But I’m not sure which is more painful. – James Caan

26425. There’s a big difference between wanting to work and having to work. And I had to learn that the hard way. Now money is very important to me, because I ain’t got it. – James Caan

26426. I’m never going to get in a fight in public again. – Scott Caan

26427. Since I was a kid, he’s told me to learn from his mistakes. – Scott Caan

26428. I’ve got a tough act to follow. – Scott Caan

26429. To me, theater is the mecca; if you really love to act, that’s where it’s the most fun, by a long shot. – Scott Caan

26430. Sometimes I wish I didn’t have somebody in my family who’s in the business. – Scott Caan

26431. Now my drug is writing or acting, being creative. – Scott Caan

26432. Now I can’t wait to write my next play. – Scott Caan

26433. Men should have rough hands and be strong. – Scott Caan

26434. In the end, the work shows if you’re good. – Scott Caan

26435. In Hollywood today, it’s cool for guys to wear nail polish and earrings in their lips and tongues. I don’t get it. – Scott Caan

26436. If you don’t have any fight in you, you might as well be dead. – Scott Caan

26437. I’ve got a little fight in me, but I think that’s good. – Scott Caan

26438. I was the bad kid in school. I was usually in trouble. – Scott Caan

26439. I was raised right. I dig who I am. – Scott Caan

26440. I was a scam artist in high school for a while. – Scott Caan

26441. And at the end of the day, if the movie’s no good, I’ll live to fight another day. – Scott Caan

26442. The left side of my brain is telling me I want to sleep with every woman in the world and the other side of my brain is telling me I met this great girl and if I let that go I’m going to regret it. – Scott Caan

26443. I want to create a little chaos and make people’s heads turn. – Scott Caan

26444. But with writing, all you need is a pad of paper. – Scott Caan

26445. Good things happen when you get your priorities straight. – Scott Caan

26446. Good, bad mediocre or whatever it is, if a director wants me in his movie, I take it as a compliment. – Scott Caan

26447. I can’t sit still for 10 minutes. – Scott Caan

26448. I feel I should be doing stupid stuff, but I’m not going to. – Scott Caan

26449. I had that thing of wanting to prove I was a tough kid. – Scott Caan

26450. I just feel like if I do good work, then people should respect me for the work I do. – Scott Caan

26451. I just love women. – Scott Caan

26452. I knew whatever I did, it was going to be big. – Scott Caan

26453. I liked being in the spotlight. – Scott Caan

26454. I never planned on being a plumber. – Scott Caan

26455. Drama if I sing, drama if I don’t sing. What do you do? – Montserrat Caballe

26456. The moment you say, ‘Please, give me a reason for this’, then you are being impossible and temperamental. – Montserrat Caballe

26457. When a singer truly feels and experiences what the music is all about, the words will automatically ring true. – Montserrat Caballe

26458. No lady is ever a gentleman. – James Branch Cabell

26459. There is not any memory with less satisfaction than the memory of some temptation we resisted. – James Branch Cabell

26460. Why is the King of Hearts the only one that hasn’t a moustache? – James Branch Cabell

26461. While it is well enough to leave footprints on the sands of time, it is even more important to make sure they point in a commendable direction. – James Branch Cabell

26462. Yet creeds mean very little, Coth answered the dark god, still speaking almost gently. The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all possible worlds; and the pessimist fears this is true. – James Branch Cabell

26463. The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all possible worlds, and the pessimist fears this is true. – James Branch Cabell

26464. Poetry is man’s rebellion against being what he is. – James Branch Cabell

26465. Patriotism is the religion of hell. – James Branch Cabell

26466. People marry for a variety of reasons and with varying results. But to marry for love is to invite inevitable tragedy. – James Branch Cabell

26467. And in the afternoon they entered a land – but such a land! A land hung in mourning, darkened by gigantic cypresses, submerged; a land of reptiles, silence, shadow, decay. – George Washington Cable

26468. Everybody knows the Lord loveth a cheerful giver. – George Washington Cable

26469. There came to port last Sunday night the queerest little craft, without an inch of rigging on; I looked and looked – and laughed. It seemed so curious that she should cross the unknown water, and moor herself within my room – my daughter! O my daughter! – George Washington Cable

26470. Investment banking has, in recent years, resembled a casino, and the massive scale of gambling losses has dragged down traditional business and retail lending activities as banks try to rebuild their balance sheets. This was one aspect of modern financial liberalisation that had dire consequences. – Vince Cable

26471. The degree of leverage now being reversed is staggering, and the underlying global imbalances – notably between the savers and the spenders – will require long and painful adjustment. – Vince Cable

26472. When my job was attempting to predict future economic developments for the Shell oil company, I was frequently reminded of an Arabic saying: ‘Those who claim to foresee the future are lying, even if by chance they are later proved right.’ – Vince Cable

26473. Save your rejections so that later when you are famous you can show them to people and laugh. – Meg Cabot

26474. I was too lazy to start a whole new story, so I just stuck a princess into the story I was working on… and The Princess Diaries was born! – Meg Cabot

26475. My favorite book of all time is Cold Comfort Farm, by Stella Gibbons. – Meg Cabot

26476. My original inspiration was my mom: a few years after the death of my dad, she started dating one my teachers! – Meg Cabot

26477. There’s nothing secret about it. Everyone knows that I am waiting for my real parents, the king and queen, to come restore me to my rightful throne. – Meg Cabot

26478. Write the kind of story you would like to read. People will give you all sorts of advice about writing, but if you are not writing something you like, no one else will like it either. – Meg Cabot

26479. No matter how nice the company one might be with, however, it is never pleasant to have a rifle pointed at one’s back. – Meg Cabot

26480. I feel like the same person, but I feel as if I need to work twice as much now. – Miguel Cabrera

26481. I’m just trying to play my best and have fun. – Miguel Cabrera

26482. I’m taking my time. I feel much more confident, and every day I feel like I’m getting better. – Miguel Cabrera

26483. If you go to a game nervous, you make a mistake. – Miguel Cabrera

26484. When I was coming up, I just wanted to play baseball and I’m doing what I love to do most. How can I feel pressure doing what I love to do? – Miguel Cabrera

26485. I started playing guitar kind of by accident. – Ryan Cabrera

26486. Running with the wrong crowd will never help you. – Ryan Cabrera

26487. Why? Will no man ever do something without a why? Just like that? For the hell of it? – Michael Cacoyannis

26488. Boss, life is trouble. Only death is not. To be alive is to undo your belt and look for trouble. – Michael Cacoyannis

26489. But if each man could have his own house, a large garden to cultivate and healthy surroundings – then, I thought, there will be for them a better opportunity of a happy family life. – George Cadbury

26490. Seek always for the answer within. Be not influenced by those around you, by their thoughts or their words. – Eileen Caddy

26491. What is right for one soul may not be right for another. It may mean having to stand on your own and do something strange in the eyes of others. – Eileen Caddy

26492. Set your sights high, the higher the better. Expect the most wonderful things to happen, not in the future but right now. Realize that nothing is too good. Allow absolutely nothing to hamper you or hold you up in any way. – Eileen Caddy

26493. Live and work but do not forget to play, to have fun in life and really enjoy it. – Eileen Caddy

26494. Life is full and overflowing with the new. But it is necessary to empty out the old to make room for the new to enter. – Eileen Caddy

26495. Let there be more joy and laughter in your living. – Eileen Caddy

26496. It is important from time to time to slow down, to go away by yourself, and simply be. – Eileen Caddy

26497. Gratitude helps you to grow and expand; gratitude brings joy and laughter into your life and into the lives of all those around you. – Eileen Caddy

26498. Expect your every need to be met. Expect the answer to every problem, expect abundance on every level. – Eileen Caddy

26499. Cease trying to work everything out with your minds. It will get you nowhere. Live by intuition and inspiration and let your whole life be Revelation. – Eileen Caddy

26500. A soul without a high aim is like a ship without a rudder. – Eileen Caddy

26501. A human being is a single being. Unique and unrepeatable. – Eileen Caddy

26502. Stride forward with a firm, steady step knowing with a deep, certain inner knowing that you will reach every goal you set yourselves, that you will achieve every aim . – Eileen Caddy

26503. We will that all men know we blame not all the lords, nor all those that are about the king’s person, nor all gentlemen nor yeomen, nor all men of law, nor all bishops, nor all priests, but all such as may be found guilty by just and true inquiry and by the law. – Jack Cade

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26504. They say that our sovereign is above his laws to his pleasure, and he may make it and break it as he pleases, without any distinction. The contrary is true, or else he should not have sworn to keep it. – Jack Cade

26505. They say that it were great reproof to the king to take again what he has given, so that they will not suffer him to have his own good, nor land, nor forfeiture, nor any other good but they ask it from him, or else they take bribes of others to get it for him. – Jack Cade

26506. The law serves of nought else in these days but for to do wrong, for nothing is spread almost but false matters by color of the law for reward, dread and favor and so no remedy is had in the Court of Equity in any way. – Jack Cade

26507. It is to be remedied that the false traitors will suffer no man to come into the king’s presence for no cause without bribes where none ought to be had. Any man might have his coming to him to ask him grace or judgment in such case as the king may give. – Jack Cade

26508. They say that the commons of England would first destroy the king’s friends and afterward himself, and then bring the Duke of York to be king so that by their false means and lies they may make him to hate and destroy his friends, and cherish his false traitors. – Jack Cade

26509. It’s fear of being afraid that frightens me more than anything else. – Jerome Cady

26510. It is a wise man who knows where courage ends and stupidity begins. – Jerome Cady

26511. Fear has nothing to do with cowardice. A fellow is only yellow when he lets his fear make him quit. – Jerome Cady

26512. The Japanese do not fear God. They only fear bombs. – Jerome Cady

26513. A man begins cutting his wisdom teeth the first time he bites off more than he can chew. – Herb Caen

26514. The only thing wrong with immortality is that it tends to go on forever. – Herb Caen

26515. Cockroaches and socialites are the only things that can stay up all night and eat anything. – Herb Caen

26516. The trouble with born-again Christians is that they are an even bigger pain the second time around. – Herb Caen

26517. I tend to live in the past because most of my life is there. – Herb Caen

26518. Picture you upon my knee, just tea two and two for tea. – Irving Caesar

26519. Which death is preferably to every other? “The unexpected”. – Julius Caesar

26520. It is better to create than to learn! Creating is the essence of life. – Julius Caesar

26521. It is easier to find men who will volunteer to die, than to find those who are willing to endure pain with patience. – Julius Caesar

26522. It is not these well-fed long-haired men that I fear, but the pale and the hungry-looking. – Julius Caesar

26523. Men are nearly always willing to believe what they wish. – Julius Caesar

26524. Men in general are quick to believe that which they wish to be true. – Julius Caesar

26525. No one is so brave that he is not disturbed by something unexpected. – Julius Caesar

26526. In war, events of importance are the result of trivial causes. – Julius Caesar

26527. What we wish, we readily believe, and what we ourselves think, we imagine others think also. – Julius Caesar

26528. Men freely believe that which they desire. – Julius Caesar

26529. The die is cast. – Julius Caesar

26530. I love the name of honor, more than I fear death. – Julius Caesar

26531. I have lived long enough to satisfy both nature and glory. – Julius Caesar

26532. I have lived long enough both in years and in accomplishments. – Julius Caesar

26533. I had rather be first in a village than second at Rome. – Julius Caesar

26534. Men willingly believe what they wish. – Julius Caesar

26535. I came, I saw, I conquered. – Julius Caesar

26536. Fortune, which has a great deal of power in other matters but especially in war, can bring about great changes in a situation through very slight forces. – Julius Caesar

26537. Experience is the teacher of all things. – Julius Caesar

26538. Cowards die many times before their actual deaths. – Julius Caesar

26539. Caesar’s wife must be above suspicion. – Julius Caesar

26540. As a rule, men worry more about what they can’t see than about what they can. – Julius Caesar

26541. If you must break the law, do it to seize power: in all other cases observe it. – Julius Caesar

26542. The trouble with telling a good story is that it invariably reminds the other fellow of a dull one. – Sid Caesar

26543. When we could split the screen, it was like ‘Wow!’. – Sid Caesar

26544. In between goals is a thing called life, that has to be lived and enjoyed. – Sid Caesar

26545. Comedy has to be based on truth. You take the truth and you put a little curlicue at the end. – Sid Caesar

26546. The guy who invented the first wheel was an idiot. The guy who invented the other three, he was a genius. – Sid Caesar

26547. It’s useless to play lullabies for those who cannot sleep. – John Cage

26548. When we separate music from life we get art. – John Cage

26549. We need not destroy the past. It is gone. – John Cage

26550. We carry our homes within us which enables us to fly. – John Cage

26551. We are involved in a life that passes understanding and our highest business is our daily life. – John Cage

26552. There is poetry as soon as we realize that we possess nothing. – John Cage

26553. There is no such thing as an empty space or an empty time. There is always something to see, something to hear. In fact, try as we may to make a silence, we cannot. – John Cage

26554. I can’t understand why people are frightened of new ideas. I’m frightened of the old ones. – John Cage

26555. The first question I ask myself when something doesn’t seem to be beautiful is why do I think it’s not beautiful. And very shortly you discover that there is no reason. – John Cage

26556. It is better to make a piece of music than to perform one, better to perform one than to listen to one, better to listen to one than to misuse it as a means of distraction, entertainment, or acquisition of “culture.” – John Cage

26557. If something is boring after two minutes, try it for four. If still boring, then eight. Then sixteen. Then thirty-two. Eventually one discovers that it is not boring at all. – John Cage

26558. Ideas are one thing and what happens is another. – John Cage

26559. I have nothing to say, I am saying it, and that is poetry. – John Cage

26560. The highest purpose is to have no purpose at all. This puts one in accord with nature, in her manner of operation. – John Cage

26561. I think I jump around more when I’m alone. – Nicolas Cage

26562. There’s a fine line between the Method actor and the schizophrenic. – Nicolas Cage

26563. I wanted to make an image for myself as an outlaw type. A kind of rock ‘n’ roll sensibility. – Nicolas Cage

26564. To be a good actor you have to be something like a criminal, to be willing to break the rules to strive for something new. – Nicolas Cage

26565. Shock is still fun. I won’t ever shut the door on it. – Nicolas Cage

26566. Passion is very important to me. If you stop enjoying things, you’ve got to look at it, because it can lead to all kinds of depressing scenarios. – Nicolas Cage

26567. My father was always getting excited about something. It’s genetically inside me somewhere. – Nicolas Cage

26568. It’s a family that’s loaded with grudges and passion. We come from a long line of robbers and highwaymen in Italy, you know. Killers, even. – Nicolas Cage

26569. I was always shocked when I went to the doctor’s office and they did my X-ray and didn’t find that I had eight more ribs than I should have or that my blood was the color green. – Nicolas Cage

26570. I try to do as many stunts as they’ll let me do. I think it’s important for an audience to feel that the actor’s really doing it. – Nicolas Cage

26571. I am not a demon. I am a lizard, a shark, a heat-seeking panther. I want to be Bob Denver on acid playing the accordion. – Nicolas Cage

26572. As a teenager I was more of an anarchist, but now I want people to thrive and be harmonious. – Nicolas Cage

26573. Hollywood didn’t know if I was an actor or a nut or if I was this crazy character I was playing. I had developed an image of being a little bit unusual, different and wild. – Nicolas Cage

26574. I’m sad about this, but we shouldn’t have been married in the first place. – Nicolas Cage

26575. Perhaps people, and kids especially, are spoiled today, because all the kids today have cars, it seems. When I was young you were lucky to have a bike. – James Cagney

26576. I got a part as a chorus girl in a show called Every Sailor and I had fun doing it. Mother didn’t really approve of it, through. – James Cagney

26577. You dirty, double-crossing rat. – James Cagney

26578. My father was totally Irish, and so I went to Ireland once. I found it to be very much like New York, for it was a beautiful country, and both the women and men were good-looking. – James Cagney

26579. You know, the period of World War I and the Roaring Twenties were really just about the same as today. You worked, and you made a living if you could, and you tired to make the best of things. For an actor or a dancer, it was no different then than today. It was a struggle. – James Cagney

26580. Life is much shorter than I imagined it to be. – Abraham Cahan

26581. The orthodox Jewish faith practically excludes woman from religious life. – Abraham Cahan

26582. You must never tire fighting Satan. – Abraham Cahan

26583. What is this world? A mere curl of smoke for the wind to scatter. – Abraham Cahan

26584. The dearest days in one’s life are those that seem very far and very near at once. – Abraham Cahan

26585. Remember that it is not enough to abstain from lying by word of mouth; for the worst lies are often conveyed by a false look, smile, or act. – Abraham Cahan

26586. Only the other world has substance and reality; only good deeds and holy learning have tangible worth. – Abraham Cahan

26587. Be modest, humble, simple. Control your anger. – Abraham Cahan

26588. If you feel that you are good, don’t be too proud of it. – Abraham Cahan

26589. If it be true that our people represent a high percentage of mental vigor, the distinction is probably due, in some measure, to the extremely important part which Talmud studies have played in the spiritual life of the race. – Abraham Cahan

26590. If a man is tongue-tied, don’t laugh at him, but, rather, feel pity for him, as you would for a man with broken legs. – Abraham Cahan

26591. I was a great dreamer of day dreams. – Abraham Cahan

26592. Above all, you must fight conceit, envy, and every kind of ill-feeling in your heart. – Abraham Cahan

26593. God, for example, appealed to me as a beardless man wearing a quilted silk cap; holiness was something burning, forbidding, something connected with fire while a day had the form of an oblong box. – Abraham Cahan

26594. What is wealth? A dream of fools. – Abraham Cahan

26595. If you study the Talmud you please God even more than you do by praying or fasting. – Abraham Cahan

26596. You become a better writer by writing. You become a better travel writer by writing about travel. – Tim Cahill

26597. There’s a story everywhere. Being bored to death someplace is basically a funny proposition. What you have to watch out for is you don’t write a boring story about a boring place. – Tim Cahill

26598. The way one approaches a wilderness story is to fashion a quest – find something that you are truly interested in finding or discovering. – Tim Cahill

26599. Publishing your work is important. Even if you are giving a piece to some smaller publication for free, you will learn something about your writing. The editor will say something, friends will mention it. You will learn. – Tim Cahill

26600. Mystery is a resource, like coal or gold, and its preservation is a fine thing. – Tim Cahill

26601. In my house, it is always a scramble from paycheck to paycheck. – Tim Cahill

26602. I am living out my adolescent dream of travel and adventure. – Tim Cahill

26603. You have to first be a writer and somebody who loves to write. If I couldn’t travel, I would still write. – Tim Cahill

26604. I wanted to be a writer from my early teenage years, but I never told anyone. Writers, in my opinion, were god-like creatures, and to say I was striving to be a writer would be incredibly arrogant. – Tim Cahill

26605. The popular song is America’s greatest ambassador. – Sammy Cahn

26606. When we have all data online it will be great for humanity. It is a prerequisite to solving many problems that humankind faces. – Robert Cailliau

26607. Mix one part Denzel Washington and two parts Eva Mendes and you have a nice hot cocktail. – Dean Cain

26608. There are so many things about playing football that seem to me uniquely American. Anybody can succeed, anybody can play, but you’ve got to work hard to do it. – Dean Cain

26609. It was easy to be the bad guy throughout. – Dean Cain

26610. I’m an actor and this is a role I’m playing. But people can get wacky. – Dean Cain

26611. I like finishing a movie and having this living, breathing thing. – Dean Cain

26612. I get a lot of action scripts. I get low-budget vehicles that will end up right on the video shelf. I want to do movies that I want to talk about, that I’m proud of, but I also want to make a living. – Dean Cain

26613. I did this film for less money than it costs to stay in this hotel. We shot it in 20 days. We couldn’t screw up takes for fun because we didn’t have enough film. – Dean Cain

26614. Acting with Denzel is like playing tennis with someone that’s better than you. You either play better tennis or get blown off the court. – Dean Cain

26615. When they write about real stuff like my custody battle, that’s no fun. Some things have leaked out about accusations that have gone back and forth and that’s just mean. It’s a tactic. – Dean Cain

26616. Nobody motivates today’s workers. If it doesn’t come from within, it doesn’t come. Fun helps remove the barriers that allow people to motivate themselves. – Herman Cain

26617. In order to fix Social Security, we must restructure it so that we continue to provide for our Nation’s seniors that are approaching retirement age, but allow for younger taxpayers to invest a portion of their Social Security taxes in private accounts. – Herman Cain

26618. The past several months I have been able to meet with people across this country. One thing is clear: America craves for real solutions to the problems we face. That’s why I’m running for President of the United States. – Herman Cain

26619. The one thing that the President can do is to establish a real energy independence plan. We have all the recources we need right here in this country to establish energy independence if we had the leadership. – Herman Cain

26620. Stupid people are ruining America. – Herman Cain

26621. Spending time at the Federal Reserve was a good learning opportunity for me. It helped me to understand economic philosophies and polices that I had not previously known about. – Herman Cain

26622. People who oppose Obama are said to be racists – so I guess I’m a racist. – Herman Cain

26623. One right decision doth not a great president make. – Herman Cain

26624. Americans need accurate information in order to consider Social Security reform. Too bad the media can’t be counted upon to provide it. – Herman Cain

26625. It’s time to get real, folks. Hope and change ain’t working. Hope and change is not a solution. Hope and change is not a job. – Herman Cain

26626. Most of the people who are in elective office in Washington, D.C., they have held public office before. How’s that workin’ for you? – Herman Cain

26627. If the world market believed that we were serious about energy independence and we were going to utilize all of our own existing resources, the speculators would stop speculating up they start speculating down as we get our own oil out of the ground. – Herman Cain

26628. I’m not a professional politician. I’m a professional problem solver, and I believe we should cut the salaries of senators and congressmen 10 percent until they balance the budget. I call that conservative common sense. – Herman Cain

26629. I started at Pillsbury as a manager in one of their analysis functions, then worked my way up the corporate ladder to become vice president. Moving to Burger King was an important moment in my career. – Herman Cain

26630. I didn’t know I was a conservative when it didn’t matter to me growing up. – Herman Cain

26631. My motivation for running for Senate was not for the stature of being a senator, but because I wanted to make a difference on issues I feel passionate about. – Herman Cain

26632. I make no conscious effort to be tough, or hard-boiled, or grim, or any of the things I am usually called. – James M. Cain

26633. I write of the wish that comes true – for some reason, a terrifying concept. – James M. Cain

26634. You have a wine tasting of different years, and we’re sort of doing that with our music, giving them a taste of what Journey used to be like. – Jonathan Cain

26635. Out of the depths, O Lord, out of the depths,’ begins the most beautiful of the services of our church, and it is out of the depths of my life that I must bring the incidents of this story. – Hall Caine

26636. That cry of the soul to be lifted out of the bondage of the narrow circle of life, which carries up to God the protest and yearning of suffering man, never finds a more sublime expression than where humanity is oppressed and religion is corrupt. – Hall Caine

26637. There are those who travel and those who are going somewhere. They are different and yet they are the same. The success has this over his rivals: He knows where he is going. – Mark Caine

26638. There is nothing that puts a man more in your debt than that he owes you nothing. – Mark Caine

26639. You cannot live on other people’s promises, but if you promise others enough, you can live on your own. – Mark Caine

26640. You are beginning to see that any man to whom you can do favor is your friend, and that you can do a favor to almost anyone. – Mark Caine

26641. There is nothing wrong in using people. The success never uses people except to their advantage. – Mark Caine

26642. A barrier is of ideas, not of things. – Mark Caine

26643. The first step toward success is taken when you refuse to be a captive of the environment in which you first find yourself. – Mark Caine

26644. Meticulous planning will enable everything a man does to appear spontaneous. – Mark Caine

26645. At all times it is better to have a method. – Mark Caine

26646. The successful man doesn’t use others, other people use the successful man, for above all the success is of service. – Mark Caine

26647. To know the right means of getting something done is virtually to have done it. – Mark Caine

26648. I’m the audience’s representative on earth. – Michael Caine

26649. When I’m doing an accent, you shouldn’t notice it for a while, if I’m doing it right. – Michael Caine

26650. If you think you’re going to be up for an Oscar, you schedule your moviemaking. – Michael Caine

26651. If you’re a movie actor, you’re on your own – you cannot control the stage. The director controls it. – Michael Caine

26652. January is the garbage can of movies in America, directly after all the Oscar contenders have been out. – Michael Caine

26653. My own mentality is that I’ve retired. They send me these scripts and if I absolutely have to do it, then I go to work. – Michael Caine

26654. Obsession is a young man’s game, and my only excuse is that I never grew old. – Michael Caine

26655. Oh, what a shock. My career must be slipping. This is the first time I’ve been available to pick up an award. – Michael Caine

26656. Save your money. You’re going to need twice as much money in your old age as you think. – Michael Caine

26657. The absent are never without fault. Nor the present without excuse. – Michael Caine

26658. The best research for playing a drunk is being a British actor for 20 years. – Michael Caine

26659. The first actor I ever saw was The Lone Ranger. I thought, That’s what I want to do. – Michael Caine

26660. The standing ovation threw me… to be held in such regard in a town so full of talent is quite something. – Michael Caine

26661. There’s quite a lot of bad stuff written about me. My wife even says a lot of bad stuff about me. But she is wonderful. – Michael Caine

26662. I’m every bourgeois nightmare – a Cockney with intelligence and a million dollars. – Michael Caine

26663. Be like a duck. Calm on the surface, but always paddling like the dickens underneath. – Michael Caine

26664. Things are not quite what they seem always. Don’t start me on class, otherwise you’ll get a four-hour lecture. – Michael Caine

26665. Funny things happen to you in movies for silly reasons. – Michael Caine

26666. When you reach the top, that’s when the climb begins. – Michael Caine

26667. I’ll always be there because I’m a skilled professional actor. Whether or not I’ve any talent is beside the point. – Michael Caine

26668. A lot of my best parts I’ve been the second choice for, so you never get too egotistical about anything. – Michael Caine

26669. Alfie was the first time I was above the title; the first time I became a star in America. – Michael Caine

26670. Anyone can write. But comedy, you’ve got to do some writing. You get one comedy script to every 20 dramas. – Michael Caine

26671. At 69, I got the girl! And it wasn’t a 68-year-old girl, either. – Michael Caine

26672. English is clipped in speech. Texas is exactly the opposite. – Michael Caine

26673. For all my education, accomplishments, and so called ‘wisdom’… I can’t fathom my own heart. – Michael Caine

26674. I’m a sort of boy next door. If that boy has a good scriptwriter. – Michael Caine

26675. I did everything. I ran my life exactly as I wanted to, all the time. I never listened to anybody. I’m pig-headed. – Michael Caine

26676. I felt a tremendous sadness for men who can’t deal with a woman of their own age. – Michael Caine

26677. I prefer to remake flops. Dirty Rotten Scoundrels was a remake of a flop, and The Quiet American is a remake of a flop. – Michael Caine

26678. I read books like mad, but I am careful to to let anything I read influence me. – Michael Caine

26679. I see myself as 38, but you don’t notice it. – Michael Caine

26680. I wouldn’t make an anti-American film. I’m one of the most pro-American foreigners I know. I love America and Americans. – Michael Caine

26681. Comedy is underrepresented in every actor’s life, because it’s so bloody difficult to write. – Michael Caine

26682. I started with the firm conviction that when I came to the end, I wanted to be regretting the things that I had done, not the things I hadn’t. – Michael Caine

26683. Income tax filing and payment day should be moved from April 15th to November 1st so it can be close to election day. People ought to have their tax bills fresh in mind as they go to vote. – Steven G. Calabresi

26684. To an engineer, good enough means perfect. With an artist, there’s no such thing as perfect. – Alexander Calder

26685. My fan mail is enormous. Everyone is under six. – Alexander Calder

26686. I paint with shapes. – Alexander Calder

26687. I truly feel that there are as many ways of loving as there are people in the world and as there are days in the life of those people. – Mary S. Calderone

26688. Before the child ever gets to school it will have received crucial, almost irrevocable sex education and this will have been taught by the parents, who are not aware of what they are doing. – Mary S. Calderone

26689. Our children are not going to be just “our children” – they are going to be other people’s husbands and wives and the parents of our grandchildren. – Mary S. Calderone

26690. The fact is that great musical pieces take and hold the stage because they provide great emotional experiences. – Sarah Caldwell

26691. Success is important only to the extent that it puts one in a position to do more things one likes to do. – Sarah Caldwell

26692. That’s what it is that you rehearse – the making of music, not the playing of notes as abstractions. – Sarah Caldwell

26693. If you can sell green toothpaste in this country, you can sell opera. – Sarah Caldwell

26694. Music – opera particularly – is a process which is endurable or successful only if it is achieved by people who love to collaborate. – Sarah Caldwell

26695. Learn everything you can, anytime you can, from anyone you can – there will always come a time when you will be grateful you did. – Sarah Caldwell

26696. As the director of an opera, it is my responsibility to unify the style of the particular performance, but one can certainly approach the piece from different points of view. That’s what makes it interesting and keeps it alive. – Sarah Caldwell

26697. I enjoy doing both of them very much, concert work particularly, and the division varies from season to season. – Sarah Caldwell

26698. If you approach an opera as though it were something that always went a certain way, that’s what you get. I approach an opera as though I didn’t know it. – Sarah Caldwell

26699. Even the most malignant gods would not continue to inflict life upon humanity, time without end. – Taylor Caldwell

26700. I like animals because they are not consciously cruel and don’t betray each other. – Taylor Caldwell

26701. I have written two medical novels. I have never studied medicine, never seen an operation. – Taylor Caldwell

26702. I have thought that I have seen ghosts on many occasions. – Taylor Caldwell

26703. I have had four happy days in my life, and three of them turned out to be illusions. – Taylor Caldwell

26704. I have been the victim of heartless malice. – Taylor Caldwell

26705. Giving a phenomenon a label does not explain it. – Taylor Caldwell

26706. I have been constantly betrayed and deceived all my life. – Taylor Caldwell

26707. I have anonymously helped many thousands. – Taylor Caldwell

26708. I have always had a horror and detestation of poverty. – Taylor Caldwell

26709. I gratefully look forward to oblivion, but I must be sure of it. – Taylor Caldwell

26710. I converse with my dog through ESP. – Taylor Caldwell

26711. I am the skeptic of skeptics. – Taylor Caldwell

26712. I am deeply convinced that happiness does not exist in this world. – Taylor Caldwell

26713. I wanted to acquire an education, work extremely hard and never deviate from my goal, to make it. – Taylor Caldwell

26714. I am not convinced that there is such a thing as a soul. – Taylor Caldwell

26715. The feeble soul merely whines and complains. – Taylor Caldwell

26716. I never deviated from my grim determination to someday have all the money I needed and wanted. – Taylor Caldwell

26717. My relatives used to laugh when I talked of being a writer. – Taylor Caldwell

26718. No woman has ever been an authentic genius of the stature of men, but that does not enrage me. – Taylor Caldwell

26719. Obscurity can be a fire of ambition in those who have stalwart souls. – Taylor Caldwell

26720. One of my grandsons used to insist, when he was only 3 or 4, that he had been born and had lived in India. – Taylor Caldwell

26721. People are scared to death of dying. I am the opposite. – Taylor Caldwell

26722. My life has been tragic and disastrous since birth. – Taylor Caldwell

26723. The arrogance of officialdom should be tempered and controlled, and assistance to foreign hands should be curtailed, lest Rome fall. – Taylor Caldwell

26724. My dreams are all follies. – Taylor Caldwell

26725. The stalwart soul has the will to live and is eager for the race. – Taylor Caldwell

26726. The very idea of carrying my memory into eternity devastated me, and I took refuge in atheism. – Taylor Caldwell

26727. The world is a penal institution. – Taylor Caldwell

26728. Those who claim to have had happy lives seem to be silly fools. – Taylor Caldwell

26729. Though I am a Catholic, a professing one, I have serious doubts about the survival of the human personality after death. – Taylor Caldwell

26730. Women’s Lib? I couldn’t stand it. – Taylor Caldwell

26731. Tel Aviv appeals to me. – Taylor Caldwell

26732. If they can’t do it in California, it can’t be done anywhere. – Taylor Caldwell

26733. I am a Westerner of Westerners! – Taylor Caldwell

26734. I was never afraid of anything in the world except the dentist. – Taylor Caldwell

26735. I will ge glad to have done with this life forever. – Taylor Caldwell

26736. I will know him by his eyes. – Taylor Caldwell

26737. I’m not that interested in people. – Taylor Caldwell

26738. I’ve always enjoyed poor health. – Taylor Caldwell

26739. My literary success meant nothing to me. – Taylor Caldwell

26740. If there is a God, then he was particularly harsh to me. – Taylor Caldwell

26741. I often reread books I have written. – Taylor Caldwell

26742. In sleep, you are safe from the revolting mechanics of living and being a prey to outrageous fortune. – Taylor Caldwell

26743. It is a waste of money to help those who show no desire to help themselves. – Taylor Caldwell

26744. It is human nature to instinctively rebel at obscurity or ordinariness. – Taylor Caldwell

26745. Learning should be a joy and full of excitement. It is life’s greatest adventure; it is an illustrated excursion into the minds of the noble and the learned. – Taylor Caldwell

26746. Money? I lost all taste for it. – Taylor Caldwell

26747. My childhood was appalling. – Taylor Caldwell

26748. If genetic memory or racial memory persists, is it possible that individual memory also exists from previous lives? – Taylor Caldwell

26749. At 8, I made a pact with God. – Taylor Caldwell

26750. Character, I am sure, lies in the genes. – Taylor Caldwell

26751. Are we not all desperate one way or another? – Taylor Caldwell

26752. In cities like New York and Austin, there’s much more of a social context for music than in other places. – John Cale

26753. All of the sudden the audiences started getting younger and the spread of the attendance was really wide. I think it’s as a result of the records selling more that they started following our careers. – John Cale

26754. Even if you’re improvising, the fact that beforehand you know certain things will work helps you make those improvisations successful. It really helps to have a certain amount of knowledge about musical structure. – John Cale

26755. Growing up in Wales was a pretty Draconian experience with religion. – John Cale

26756. I learn from thinking about the future, what hasn’t been done yet. That’s kind of my constant obsession. – John Cale

26757. I like what the future holds. I don’t like thinking about the past. – John Cale

26758. When somebody grabs a movement, you’re kind of locked into it. It’s all par for the course. – John Cale

26759. I want to get lean and mean, keep it minimalist. – John Cale

26760. I’m content with making records, but I don’t want to be doing the same thing all the time. – John Cale

26761. I’m impatient. I get twitchy. When I get that feeling I just go out and make something happen. – John Cale

26762. I’m writing a movie about Mozart going to New York in the ’60s. I’ve been reading so many novels. – John Cale

26763. If you’re all loaded up on love, you haven’t got anywhere else to go. – John Cale

26764. Time plays a role in almost every decision. And some decisions define your attitude about time. – John Cale

26765. I missed out on my teenage years. I led a sheltered life. I was practicing scales instead of playing football. – John Cale

26766. I never use the word, it’s loaded. What love means to me is need. – John Cale

26767. What I enjoy most about being on stage is that the natural instruments give you a greater freedom with texture. When you use natural instruments they have their own resonance. – John Cale

26768. If I’m interested in what I’m doing, other people will be interested in it. – John Cale

26769. We gave up on the idea of trying to make the record a good representation of the live performance. – John Cale

26770. The value of having a computer, to me, is that it’ll remember everything you do. It’s a databank. – John Cale

26771. The only reason we wore sunglasses onstage was because we couldn’t stand the sight of the audience. – John Cale

26772. The avant-garde makes more sense to me. – John Cale

26773. That’s what my life is, writing songs. – John Cale

26774. People sort of know me for that solo piano music I did. – John Cale

26775. We’d hold a chord for three hours if we could. – John Cale

26776. Beware the wrath of a patient adversary. – John C. Calhoun

26777. The Government of the absolute majority instead of the Government of the people is but the Government of the strongest interests; and when not efficiently checked, it is the most tyrannical and oppressive that can be devised. – John C. Calhoun

26778. The surrender of life is nothing to sinking down into acknowledgment of inferiority. – John C. Calhoun

26779. The interval between the decay of the old and the formation and establishment of the new constitutes a period of transition which must always necessarily be one of uncertainty, confusion, error, and wild and fierce fanaticism. – John C. Calhoun

26780. Learn from your mistakes and build on your successes. – John C. Calhoun

26781. In looking back, I see nothing to regret and little to correct. – John C. Calhoun

26782. It is harder to preserve than to obtain liberty. – John C. Calhoun

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26783. A power has risen up in the government greater than the people themselves, consisting of many and various and powerful interests, combined into one mass, and held together by the cohesive power of the vast surplus in the banks. – John C. Calhoun

26784. There are no instant solutions. – James Callaghan

26785. There is not a single injustice in Northern Ireland that is worth the loss of a single British soldier or a single Irish citizen either. – James Callaghan

26786. You can never reach the promised land. You can march towards it. – James Callaghan

26787. Your strike will not win. You cannot be allowed to succeed. – James Callaghan

26788. Some people, however long their experience or strong their intellect, are temperamentally incapable of reaching firm decisions. – James Callaghan

26789. The rule of law should be upheld by all political parties. They should neither advise others to break the law, nor encourage others to do so even when they strongly disagree with the legislation put forward by the government of the day. – James Callaghan

26790. I’ve never been one to say that Britain was joining a happy band of brothers. – James Callaghan

26791. I am not proposing to seek your votes because there is a blue sky ahead today. – James Callaghan

26792. A lie can be halfway round the world before the truth has got its boots on. – James Callaghan

26793. I sum up the prospects for 1967 in three short sentences. We are back on course. The ship is picking up speed. The economy is moving. Every seaman knows the command at such a moment: ‘steady as she goes’. – James Callaghan

26794. A leader must have the courage to act against an expert’s advice. – James Callaghan

26795. A leader has to ‘appear’ consistent. That doesn’t mean he has to be consistent. – James Callaghan

26796. I am rather in favour of dealing with teenage hooliganism. – James Callaghan

26797. If the law is a bad law, there is always the contingent right to take action that you would not otherwise take. – James Callaghan

26798. I wish more people felt that photography was an adventure the same as life itself and felt that their individual feelings were worth expressing. To me, that makes photography more exciting. – Harry Callahan

26799. Experience is the best teacher of all. And for that, there are no guarantees that one will become an artist. Only the journey matters. – Harry Callahan

26800. We’re competing with everything: the beach, the mall, bookstores. Libraries are in a transition right now, caught between two forces, the old ways and technology. Libraries are under a lot of pressure to provide both. – John Callahan

26801. This is a feminist bookstore. There is no humor section. – John Callahan

26802. He was blessed to have forgotten his binoculars. – Tom Callahan

26803. Only a few millionaires with wet bottoms were very disappointed. – Tom Callahan

26804. It’s a terrible thing to go through life thinking that you have a rock on your side when you haven’t. – Maria Callas

26805. Love is so much better when you’re not married. – Maria Callas

26806. On stage, I am in the dark. – Maria Callas

26807. That is the difference between good teachers and great teachers: good teachers make the best of a pupil’s means; great teachers foresee a pupil’s ends. – Maria Callas

26808. There must be a law against forcing children to perform at an early age. Children should have a wonderful childhood. They should not be given too much responsibility. – Maria Callas

26809. When music fails to agree to the ear, to soothe the ear and the heart and the senses, then it has missed the point. – Maria Callas

26810. When my enemies stop hissing, I shall know I’m slipping. – Maria Callas

26811. Women are not pals enough with men, so we must make ourselves indispensable. After all, we have the greatest weapon in our hands by just being women. – Maria Callas

26812. You are born an artist or you are not. And you stay an artist, dear, even if your voice is less of a fireworks. The artist is always there. – Maria Callas

26813. Good teachers make the best of a pupil’s means; great teachers foresee a pupil’s ends. – Maria Callas

26814. I would like to be Maria, but there is La Callas who demands that I carry myself with her dignity. – Maria Callas

26815. If I have stepped on some people at times because I am at the top, it couldn’t be helped. What should I do if someone gets hurt… retire? – Maria Callas

26816. Don’t talk to me about rules, dear. Wherever I stay I make the goddam rules. – Maria Callas

26817. I would not kill my enemies, but I will make them get down on their knees. I will, I can, I must. – Maria Callas

26818. An opera begins long before the curtain goes up and ends long after it has come down. It starts in my imagination, it becomes my life, and it stays part of my life long after I’ve left the opera house. – Maria Callas

26819. I was always too mature for my age – and not very happy. I had no young friends. I wish I could go back to those days. If I could only live it all again, how I would play and enjoy other girls. What a fool I was. – Maria Callas

26820. I prepare myself for rehearsals like I would for marriage. – Maria Callas

26821. I don’t need the money, dear. I work for art. – Maria Callas

26822. I don’t know what happens to me on stage. Something else seems to take over. – Maria Callas

26823. I cannot switch my voice. My voice is not like an elevator going up and down. – Maria Callas

26824. I am not an angel and do not pretend to be. That is not one of my roles. But I am not the devil either. I am a woman and a serious artist, and I would like so to be judged. – Maria Callas

26825. First I lost my voice, then I lost my figure and then I lost Onassis. – Maria Callas

26826. A great book is like great evil. – Callimachus

26827. Bleak House is just the most astounding piece of work. There’s huge, visionary poetry in it. – Simon Callow

26828. When the BBC decided to bring Doctor Who back as a feature film a few years ago, one national newspaper ran a poll to ask its readers who should be the new Doctor, and I topped it. – Simon Callow

26829. I get sent a lot of scripts which feature him as a kind of all-purpose Victorian literary character and really understand little, if anything, about him, his life or his books. – Simon Callow

26830. He spent hours and hours and hours practising these conjuring tricks. It’s just such a curious thing. – Simon Callow

26831. He always describes his characters’ voices and their physique so brilliantly. As people have said, they are cartoons, caricatures. They’re grotesques really. – Simon Callow

26832. He invented this idea of telling the life story of a great writer through becoming his characters and becoming him. It was such a pleasure and I thought we must find another writer. – Simon Callow

26833. My audience was my life. What I did and how I did it, was all for my audience. – Cab Calloway

26834. What opera isn’t violent? Two things happen, violence and love. And other than that, name something else. You can’t. – Cab Calloway

26835. A movie and a stage show are two entirely different things. A picture, you can do anything you want. Change it, cut out a scene, put in a scene, take a scene out. They don’t do that on stage. – Cab Calloway

26836. We usually never got out of there before four or five o’clock in the morning. Every morning. So it was rough. – Cab Calloway

26837. You don’t think it was because a white man wrote it, a black man wrote it, a green man wrote it. What – doesn’t make a difference! Doesn’t make a difference. I think he did a good job. – Cab Calloway

26838. We didn’t have any segregation at the Cotton Club. No. The Cotton Club was wide open, it was free. – Cab Calloway

26839. The only credit I can give them. They synchronize wonderful. That’s all. They synchronize very – you would have thought that they were actually acting, but they were synching all the time, and that’s a rough job. – Cab Calloway

26840. That’s what George wrote! He wrote it. Why change it? There was this European company that I was speaking about awhile ago – course, didn’t nobody know what Porgy was. – Cab Calloway

26841. It’s very difficult to photograph an opera. And they messed up on it. It just wasn’t there. And I don’t blame the Gershwins for taking it away. Of course, if they had gotten the original company to have done it, it would have been very good. – Cab Calloway

26842. I think it was just an opera. Now, you go to opera, you expect to see and hear what the opera is. So, it was Catfish Row. It was singers. Marvelous voices. It didn’t make no difference what color they were. – Cab Calloway

26843. He was a silly guy. Out – do the other guy. That was his effort at all times. – Cab Calloway

26844. Everybody that you could name would join in our audiences from, Laguardia on down. Everybody came. Everybody came to the Cotton Club. – Cab Calloway

26845. Everybody did something. It was very entertaining. We had a lot of fun. Lot of fun. And there was no segregation, that I could see. I never saw any. – Cab Calloway

26846. At times as a performer they segregated us in some of theatres. – Cab Calloway

26847. 90%, 100% are going there to hear the singing. The story is another thing. Nobody’s interested in the story. Happiness is happiness. – Cab Calloway

26848. Bubbles was a very good dancer. Tremendous dancer. He was one of our leading dancers of the country at that time. And, of course, he didn’t have much of a voice. – Cab Calloway

26849. I’d like to go to the Moon. – Jeanne Calment

26850. I never wear mascara; I laugh until I cry too often. – Jeanne Calment

26851. I’m interested in everthing but passionate about nothing. – Jeanne Calment

26852. I wait for death and journalists. – Jeanne Calment

26853. I took pleasure when I could. I acted clearly and morally and without regret. I’m very lucky. – Jeanne Calment

26854. I think I will die laughing. – Jeanne Calment

26855. I see badly, I hear badly, and I feel bad, but everything’s fine. – Jeanne Calment

26856. I have legs of iron, but to tell you the truth, they’re starting to rust and buckle a bit. – Jeanne Calment

26857. I didn’t like mundane life. – Jeanne Calment

26858. He who hugs too much, hugs badly! – Jeanne Calment

26859. Excuse me if I’m clinging on to life, but my parents wove me from tight thread. – Jeanne Calment

26860. Every age has its happiness and troubles. – Jeanne Calment

26861. Death doesn’t frighten me; now I can think peacefully of ending a long life. – Jeanne Calment

26862. Always keep your smile. That’s how I explain my long life. – Jeanne Calment

26863. All babies are beautiful. – Jeanne Calment

26864. I’ve only got one wrinkle, and I’m sitting on it. – Jeanne Calment

26865. In life, people sometimes make rotten deals. – Jeanne Calment

26866. Not having children is one less worry. Children are a worry! – Jeanne Calment

26867. There are so many good authors; there’s no shortage of them. – Jeanne Calment

26868. Wit doesn’t make girls pretty. – Jeanne Calment

26869. I’ve been forgotten by our Good Lord. – Jeanne Calment

26870. I’m not afraid of anything. – Jeanne Calment

26871. From where I am sitting much of the country now sees the President the way I have seen him since the campaign. He is an ambitious leftist, with little understanding of economics, and with far-reaching goals to create significant and irreversible growth of government and redistribution of wealth through dramatic changes in tax, regulatory, and spending policies. – Charles W. Calomiris

26872. Meaning, however, is no great matter. – C. S. Calverley

26873. Read not Milton, for he is dry; nor Shakespeare, for he wrote of common life. – Charles Stuart Calverley

26874. I know you’ve been married to the same woman for 69 years. That is marvellous. It must be very inexpensive. – Charles Stuart Calverley

26875. I cannot sing the old songs now! It is not that I deem them low, ‘Tis that I can’t remember how They go. – Charles Stuart Calverley

26876. The Child Custody Protection Act makes it a federal crime to transport a minor across state lines for the purpose of obtaining an abortion. – Ken Calvert

26877. The bill would ban human cloning, and any attempts at human cloning, for both reproductive purposes and medical research. Also forbidden is the importing of cloned embryos or products made from them. – Ken Calvert

26878. In addition the bill would expand an existing law “conscience clause” that protects physician training programs that refuse to provide training for abortion procedures. – Ken Calvert

26879. The measure would set criminal penalties, the same as those that would apply if harm or death happened to the pregnant woman, for those who harm a fetus. – Ken Calvert

26880. Whoever you are, you will not write this book. I can tell you nothing. Do not call me again. Ever. – Roberto Calvi

26881. Who has sent you against me? Who has told you to do this thing? – Roberto Calvi

26882. Always I pay. Always I pay. How do you know Gelli? What do you want? How much do you want? – Roberto Calvi

26883. There is no worse screen to block out the Spirit than confidence in our own intelligence. – John Calvin

26884. I consider looseness with words no less of a defect than looseness of the bowels. – John Calvin

26885. Augustine does not disagree with this when he teaches that it is a faculty of the reason and the will to choose good with the assistance of grace; evil, when grace is absent. – John Calvin

26886. Every one of us is, even from his mother’s womb, a master craftsman of idols. – John Calvin

26887. For there is no one so great or mighty that he can avoid the misery that will rise up against him when he resists and strives against God. – John Calvin

26888. God preordained, for his own glory and the display of His attributes of mercy and justice, a part of the human race, without any merit of their own, to eternal salvation, and another part, in just punishment of their sin, to eternal damnation. – John Calvin

26889. God tolerates even our stammering, and pardons our ignorance whenever something inadvertently escapes us – as, indeed, without this mercy there would be no freedom to pray. – John Calvin

26890. However many blessings we expect from God, His infinite liberality will always exceed all our wishes and our thoughts. – John Calvin

26891. All the blessings we enjoy are Divine deposits, committed to our trust on this condition, that they should be dispensed for the benefit of our neighbors. – John Calvin

26892. Is it faith to understand nothing, and merely submit your convictions implicitly to the Church? – John Calvin

26893. Knowledge of the sciences is so much smoke apart from the heavenly science of Christ. – John Calvin

26894. Man’s mind is like a store of idolatry and superstition; so much so that if a man believes his own mind it is certain that he will forsake God and forge some idol in his own brain. – John Calvin

26895. The torture of a bad conscience is the hell of a living soul. – John Calvin

26896. Seeing that a Pilot steers the ship in which we sail, who will never allow us to perish even in the midst of shipwrecks, there is no reason why our minds should be overwhelmed with fear and overcome with weariness. – John Calvin

26897. There is not one blade of grass, there is no color in this world that is not intended to make us rejoice. – John Calvin

26898. We must remember that Satan has his miracles, too. – John Calvin

26899. Yet consider now, whether women are not quite past sense and reason, when they want to rule over men. – John Calvin

26900. You must submit to supreme suffering in order to discover the completion of joy. – John Calvin

26901. No man is excluded from calling upon God, the gate of salvation is set open unto all men: neither is there any other thing which keepeth us back from entering in, save only our own unbelief. – John Calvin

26902. There is no work, however vile or sordid, that does not glisten before God. – John Calvin

26903. A dog barks when his master is attacked. I would be a coward if I saw that God’s truth is attacked and yet would remain silent. – John Calvin

26904. For each of us who appear to have had a successful experiment there are many to whom their own experiments seem barren and negative. – Melvin Calvin

26905. To express to you in mere words, our personal feelings on this occasion you must know to be impossible, and particularly so for one who normally has to describe only things outside himself. – Melvin Calvin

26906. If I may take the liberty to speak for science at least, today his name and his prizes are without a peer in the world. He not only elevates science but he influences it as well. – Melvin Calvin

26907. In love, as in gluttony, pleasure is a matter of the utmost precision. – Italo Calvino

26908. It is not the voice that commands the story: it is the ear. – Italo Calvino

26909. The catalogue of forms is endless: until every shape has found its city, new cities will continue to be born. When the forms exhaust their variety and come apart, the end of cities begins. – Italo Calvino

26910. The human race is a zone of living things that should be defined by tracing its confines. – Italo Calvino

26911. A classic is a book that has never finished saying what it has to say. – Italo Calvino

26912. Biographical data, even those recorded in the public registers, are the most private things one has, and to declare them openly is rather like facing a psychoanalyst. – Italo Calvino

26913. The satirist is prevented by repulsion from gaining a better knowledge of the world he is attracted to, yet he is forced by attraction to concern himself with the world that repels him. – Italo Calvino

26914. Traveling, you realize that differences are lost: each city takes to resembling all cities, places exchange their form, order, distances, a shapeless dust cloud invades the continents. – Italo Calvino

26915. The more enlightened our houses are, the more their walls ooze ghosts. – Italo Calvino

26916. What Romantic terminology called genius or talent or inspiration is nothing other than finding the right road empirically, following one’s nose, taking shortcuts. – Italo Calvino

26917. It is better to be defeated on principle than to win on lies. – Arthur Calwell

26918. That is really not much different from the search engines that are being constructed today for users throughout the entire world to allow them to search through databases to access the information that they require. – Stephen Cambone

26919. And the reason for focusing on that time frame is that it’s going to take us a considerable period of time to develop the new capabilities, processes and organizations that will be needed. – Stephen Cambone

26920. And then fourth, we have that essential group of people who track programs and budgets to ensure that they align with the needs of preparation and warning, counterintelligence and support to the operational war fighter. – Stephen Cambone

26921. And to do that not only for the war fighter, but also to help prepare the people in the acquisition, personnel and policy worlds who need to make adjustments in the department’s business, which itself may take 10 or 15 years to accomplish. – Stephen Cambone

26922. But by providing the background picture – the universal situational awareness that we desire – by showing the anomalies, the Space-Based Radar will change the nature of how we do our analysis and our intelligence. – Stephen Cambone

26923. In other words, by finding the anomalous event, what you do is you get out ahead of activities. – Stephen Cambone

26924. It’s easy to measure success by the number of dollars spent or by the number of programs initiated, without having too much regard for what was bought and how useful it was to the people who need it – the war fighter and the analyst. – Stephen Cambone

26925. One is to ensure that the war fighters and the intelligence analysts get the information that they need when they need it, in a format that’s useful to them. – Stephen Cambone

26926. Our focus is on outputs rather than inputs. – Stephen Cambone

26927. When you live in a networked environment, it’s possible to separate data from applications. – Stephen Cambone

26928. Over the course of two years, we arrived at a point where we began to look at the value added by making information more easily accessible across the intelligence community, both defense and national. – Stephen Cambone

26929. Where we have the choice between putting a dollar against those that are going to advance horizontal integration and those that are going to sustain current capability, we’d rather put them against the horizontal integration activity. – Stephen Cambone

26930. So we have a group within the office that is devoted to support for the war fighter. That’s, of necessity, an operational and tactical level of concern. – Stephen Cambone

26931. We’ve complemented that with a second office to think about how we need to prepare ourselves for that period 10 or 15 or 20 years from now, by way of investment in our technology, our organization and our people. – Stephen Cambone

26932. We have been working hard to think about what our combined needs are going to be in the way of intelligence capabilities, not today but 15 to 20 years in the future. – Stephen Cambone

26933. Thirdly, as we move through this process of integrating the communications, we will begin to emulate more of the World Wide Web in our work in the future. – Stephen Cambone

26934. The users are not going to be in the position of accepting what’s been collected; they’re going to be in the position of being able to demand collection. – Stephen Cambone

26935. The third group is focused on counterintelligence and security. I think the reason for that is fairly evident, in terms of vulnerabilities of the department and the harm that can come to it by failing to detect when we have, in fact, been harmed. – Stephen Cambone

26936. The office has oversight of people who do analysis and oversight of people who do operations, but it is not charged with doing either. That is an important point to make. Those functions are performed by the CIA, DIA and other agencies. – Stephen Cambone

26937. That’s driven by any number of factors, the most prominent of which have been the combat experience of two major campaigns – one in Afghanistan and the other in Iraq – and the ongoing demands of the global war on terrorism. – Stephen Cambone

26938. There is a reasonable concern that posting raw data can be misleading for those who are not trained in its use and who do not have the broader perspective within which to place a particular piece of data that is raw. – Stephen Cambone

26939. Nature hath given not only to the highest, but also to the inferior, classes of the people of this nation, a boldness and confidence in speaking and answering, even in the presence of their princes and chieftains. – Giraldus Cambrensis

26940. Wales was in ancient times divided into three parts nearly equal, consideration having been paid, in this division, more to the value than to the just quantity or proportion of territory. – Giraldus Cambrensis

26941. These people being of a sharp and acute intellect, and gifted with a rich and powerful understanding, excel in whatever studies they pursue, and are more quick and cunning than the other inhabitants of a western clime. – Giraldus Cambrensis

26942. The men and women cut their hair close round to the ears and eyes. The women, after the manner of the Parthians, cover their heads with a large white veil, folded together in the form of a crown. – Giraldus Cambrensis

26943. Since, therefore, no man is born without faults, and he is esteemed the best whose errors are the least, let the wise man consider everything human as connected with himself; for in worldly affairs there is no perfect happiness under heaven. – Giraldus Cambrensis

26944. Not addicted to gluttony or drunkenness, this people who incur no expense in food or dress, and whose minds are always bent upon the defence of their country, and on the means of plunder, are wholly employed in the care of their horses and furniture. – Giraldus Cambrensis

26945. Evil borders upon good, and vices are confounded with virtues; as the report of good qualities is delightful to a well-disposed mind, so the relation of the contrary should not be offensive. – Giraldus Cambrensis

26946. No one of this nation ever begs, for the houses of all are common to all; and they consider liberality and hospitality amongst the first virtues. – Giraldus Cambrensis

26947. Happy and fortunate indeed would this nation be, nay, completely blessed, if it had good prelates and pastors, and but one prince, and that prince a good one. – Giraldus Cambrensis

26948. From these inconsiderable attempts, some idea may be formed with what success, should Fortune afford an opportunity, I am likely to treat matters of greater importance. – Giraldus Cambrensis

26949. Nor do I think that any other nation than this of Wales, nor any other language, whatever may hereafter come to pass, shall on the day of severe examination before the Supreme Judge, answer for this corner of the earth. – Giraldus Cambrensis

26950. It is remarkable that this people, though unarmed, dares attack an armed foe; the infantry defy the cavalry, and by their activity and courage generally prove victors. – Giraldus Cambrensis

26951. Have all the hopes of ages come to naught? Is life no more with noble meaning fraught? – Ada Cambridge

26952. Let Justice, blind and halt and maimed, chastise the rebel spirit surging in my veins, let the Law deal me penalties and pains And make me hideous in my neighbours’ eyes. – Ada Cambridge

26953. O what is life, if we must hold it thus as wind-blown sparks hold momentary fire? – Ada Cambridge

26954. Alone! Alone! No beacon, far or near! No chart, no compass, and no anchor stay! – Ada Cambridge

26955. What is the worth of anything, But for the happiness ’twill bring? – Richard Owen Cambridge

26956. Better a bad excuse, than none at all. – William Camden

26957. The early bird catches the worm. – William Camden

26958. The sea hath fish for every man. – William Camden

26959. Deep down, the Iraqi people want the United States out. And their self-determination should be respected. – Peter Camejo

26960. All electoral laws in Europe are more democratic than they are in the United States. – Peter Camejo

26961. I was the candidate first time a Green or any progressive third party has ever been in a national televised debate. I was in five of them. And the response from the public was overwhelming. – Peter Camejo

26962. I really think the Patriot Act violates our Constitution. It was, it is, an illegal act. The Congress, the Senate and the president cannot change the Constitution. – Peter Camejo

26963. Much of what we see in America, what most people feel has been progress and good things, have been brought about by the existence of third parties. – Peter Camejo

26964. The Green Party represents that majority point of view within the U.S. – Peter Camejo

26965. The Greens have every right to run, that’s what democracy is, and they should argue their point by saying how they think people should vote, not by telling us to be silent. – Peter Camejo

26966. The United States is not for democracy in Iraq, it’s for setting up a puppet government. – Peter Camejo

26967. We must have a fair tax in the United States. We have to re-adjust it, we must be fiscally responsible. – Peter Camejo

26968. A Green Party candidate would be very different from a Democrat or Republican and should be heard. – Peter Camejo

26969. No one in their right mind can say to me with a straight face that the Patriot Act has not aggregated the Fourth Amendment. – Peter Camejo

26970. Once you find love, you find it. There isn’t an age on love. – Candace Cameron

26971. The cool thing about my profession is that I can do it until the day I die. – Candace Cameron

26972. Once I got my driver’s license everybody treated me like I was an adult. – Candace Cameron

26973. I figure this is my time – to relax, be with my family and have a normal life. – Candace Cameron

26974. Almost everyone thinks they are a good person, but the question you should be asking is, am I good enough to go to Heaven? How would you know? – Candace Cameron

26975. There’s another way we are getting behind business – by sorting out the banks. Taxpayers bailed you out. Now it’s time for you to repay the favour and start lending to Britain’s small businesses. – David Cameron

26976. What we’re putting forward is the most radical reform of the welfare state… for 60 years. I think it will have a transformative effect in making sure that everyone is better off in work and better off working rather than on benefits. – David Cameron

26977. We will say to people that if you can work, and if you want to work, we will do everything we can to help you. We will give you the training, we will give you the support, we will give you the advice to get you going and get you back at work. – David Cameron

26978. We spend billions of pounds on welfare, yet millions are trapped on welfare. It’s not worth their while going into work. – David Cameron

26979. But we will say something else. That for far too long in this country, people who can work, people who are able to work, and people who choose not to work: you cannot go on claiming welfare like you are now. – David Cameron

26980. We cannot go on as we are with 2.6 million people on incapacity benefit, 500,000 of them are under 35. Are we really saying there are half a million people in this country under 35 who are simply too ill to work? I don’t think that’s right. – David Cameron

26981. On the one hand we have got to ask, are there some areas of universal benefits that are no longer affordable? But on the other hand let us look at the issue of dependency where we have trapped people in poverty through the extent of welfare that they have. – David Cameron

26982. It is vital that we get these policies right as we take forward our plans to drive down the deficit and transform our economy. – David Cameron

26983. If you can work and if you’re offered a job and you don’t take it, you cannot continue to claim benefits. It will be extremely tough. – David Cameron

26984. At a time when we’re having to take such difficult decisions about how to cut back without damaging the things that matter the most, we should strain every sinew to cut error, waste and fraud. – David Cameron

26985. I think we need to just be very clear about what we’re trying to do in Afghanistan. Frankly, we’re not trying to create the perfect democracy. We’re never going to create some ideal society. We are simply there for our own national security. – David Cameron

26986. I mean, I’m a conservative. I believe that, you know, if you borrow too much, you just build up debts for your children to pay off. You put pressure on interest rates. You put at risk your economy. That’s the case in Britain. We’re not a reserve currency, so we need to get on and deal with this issue. – David Cameron

26987. I know the British people and they are not passengers – they are drivers. – David Cameron

26988. Cap the well, yes. Clear up the mess, yes. Make compensation – yes, absolutely. But would it be right to have legislation that independently targets BP rather than other companies? I don’t think that – would be right. – David Cameron

26989. We need the Chinese to – you know, spend more, save less – consume more and not be so focused on exports. There are big changes we need in the world. – David Cameron

26990. I like the evening in India, the one magic moment when the sun balances on the rim of the world, and the hush descends, and ten thousand civil servants drift homeward on a river of bicycles, brooding on the Lord Krishna and the cost of living. – James Cameron

26991. I actually started as a model builder and quickly progressed into production design, which made sense because I could draw and paint. But I kept watching that guy over there who was moving the actors around and setting up the shots. – James Cameron

26992. I blame it on Walt Disney, where animals are given human qualities. People don’t understand that a wild animal is not something that is nice to pat. It can seriously harm you. – James Cameron

26993. I certainly didn’t think of myself as gifted. The standards for being gifted in my environment were if you were good in Little League or if you were good in football. – James Cameron

26994. I do an awful lot of scuba diving. I love to be on the ocean, under the ocean. I live next to the ocean. – James Cameron

26995. It’ll be all of our efforts together. It won’t won’t ever be exactly the way I imagined it. And that is, I think, an important lesson as well, is that in any group enterprise it’s going to be the sum total of the group. – James Cameron

26996. You know, in the film making business no one ever gives you anything. – James Cameron

26997. You have to not listen to the nay sayers because there will be many and often they’ll be much more qualified than you and cause you to sort of doubt yourself. – James Cameron

26998. What are you gonna do, talk the alien to death? – James Cameron

26999. There is a hugely underserved population out there… those who are the least capable of paying pay the highest. – James Cameron

27000. The magic doesn’t come from within the director’s mind, it comes from within the hearts of the actors. – James Cameron

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