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Articles: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Y’all are so cute and y’all talk so proper over here. I love England. Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University (YCMOU) Nashik Maharashtra Notifications Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University (YCMOU) Ye may have a greater prince, but ye shall never have a more loving prince. Yeah, but you need an experienced radio veteran who […]

  1. Y’all are so cute and y’all talk so proper over here. I love England.
  2. Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University (YCMOU) Nashik Maharashtra Notifications
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  4. Ye may have a greater prince, but ye shall never have a more loving prince.
  5. Yeah, but you need an experienced radio veteran who is a liberal advocate. And there just hadn’t been any radio that did that. And so they weren’t trained – they had developed all these bad habits of being objective and balanced and stuff like that.
  6. Yeah, I did see where the people dissing me were coming from. But, it’s like, anything that happened in the past between black and white, I can’t really speak on it, because I wasn’t there. I don’t feel like me being born the color I am makes me any less of a person.
  7. Yeah, I left Idaho at 17. You know, I graduated high school a year early and just, you know, the typical story, packed up my car and moved out.
  8. Yeah, I make fun of blacks, and why not? I’m not a black.
  9. Yeah, I mean, climbing’s always been a massive hobby of mine up until, kind of, recent times when I’ve had family, but no, it’s been a driving passion in my life and, uh, I’ve always wanted to climb the Matterhorn. It was the mountain that, sort of, inspired me to climb, as a youngster. So, it was great to be able to get to do it.
  10. Yeah, I think speculation keeps things really interesting.
  11. Yeah, I want a job in Barack’s Cabinet. How about a job, Mr. Obama? Please? Please?
  12. Yeah, I was a delinquent. It was when I was in the ninth grade. I was doing stupid stuff, and the cops came into the class. I was humiliated more than anything.
  13. Yeah, I’m an open book.
  14. Yeah I’m thirty-six, but on the show I’m thirty-two. Nobody wants to watch a thirty-six year old woman, so they decided to make me thirty-two. Much more appealing somehow.
  15. Yeah, it turns out that guys don’t like deals on laser hair removal or pole dancing lessons.
  16. Yeah, September 11 happened and all my friends were like, ‘Let’s join the military!’ and I was the only one who actually did.
  17. Yeah, the Mac Life… it’s about sipping some tea, getting together with the knitting circle. You know I like origami, right? That’s how you get to be notorious.
  18. Yeah we all shine on, like the moon, and the stars, and the sun.
  19. Yeah, we shot ourselves in the foot right out of the gate. The guy who ran it at first misled pretty much everybody about how much capital we had. He said we had enough to go three years without making money, and we had enough to go three weeks.
  20. Yeah, well I think anyone who likes fast cars will love the Tesla. And it has fantastic handling by the way. I mean this car will crush a Porsche on the track, just crush it. So if you like fast cars, you’ll love this car. And then oh, by the way, it happens to be electric and it’s twice the efficiency of a Prius.
  21. Years ago I met Richard Burton in Port Talbot, my home town, and afterwards he passed in his car with his wife, and I thought, ‘I want to get out and become like him’. Not because of Wales, because I love Wales, but because I was so limited as a child at school and so bereft and lonely, and I thought becoming an actor would do that.
  22. Years ago, I predicted that Iran would take over Iraq. Iran and Iraq used to fight back and forth.
  23. Years ago, I tore out a Nike ad featuring Allyson Felix and Maria Sharapova looking super fierce and tough. I always told my family that I wanted to be like them someday, so to come home to my apartment and see boxes of Nike gear stacked higher than my doorknob is pretty much a dream come true.
  24. Years ago nobody was elected on the economic ticket. It was either the education platform, or it was health or it was other issues. It is only recently that economic values have superceded every other human value.
  25. Years ago, when I first started being a big star, I had fans that were fanatical. It was when ‘Jolene’ was a big hit.
  26. Years and years ago, I did a game based on ‘Hitchhiker’s Guide’ with a company called Infocom, which was a great company. They were doing witty, intelligent, literate games based on text.
  27. Years later I would hear my father say the divorce had left him dating his children. That still meant picking us up every Sunday for a matinee and, if he had the money, an early dinner somewhere.
  28. Years of imprisoning and beheading writers never succeeded in shutting them out. However, placing them in the heart of a market and rewarding them with a lot of commercial success, has.
  29. ‘Yellow Moon’ was a poem. My wife at the time, Joel – she’s dead now – it was our 25th anniversary. She had the chance to go on a cruise with her sister. And I’m home with the kids and looking up, and I saw the big moon, and I just started writing.
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  32. Yes, every venture is always filled with apprehensions. But if we were to conduct ourselves continuously on that aspect, then we would lose the most important reason to be in this profession: to challenge the art of and be part of what is commonly known as our creative instincts.
  33. Yes, for a long time but I admired her and respected everything that I could sort of see in her from a distance, the pillars of her life, the loyalties, the relationships. It all got my interest and also the looks.
  34. Yes, I am a Mexican, and I have a past and a culture. But what matters is the film itself, not where it was financed or cast.
  35. Yes, I am proud, and very humble too.
  36. Yes, I am seeking a husband. As soon as the right man asks me, I shall say, ‘It is not good for a woman to live alone.’
  37. Yes, I do get recognized in public. It’s pretty nice.
  38. Yes, I have four children. Four children with whom I spend a good part of every day: bathing them, combing their hair, sitting with them while they do their homework, holding them while they weep their tragic tears. But I’m not in love with any of them. I am in love with my husband.
  39. Yes, I know I’ve played these women, but I’m not really conniving at all.
  40. Yes, I think it’s really important to acknowledge that Dr. King, precisely at the moment of his assassination, was re-conceptualizing the civil rights movement and moving toward a sort of coalitional relationship with the trade union movement.
  41. Yes, I was born in Coney Island. The Holy Land.
  42. Yes, I, well, when I write, as often as I can, I try to write as if I’m talking to people. It doesn’t always work, and one shouldn’t always try it, but I try and write as if I am talking, and trying to engage the reader in conversation.
  43. Yes, I will put it out there – I will work for anyone for free if they’re prepared to make their clothing Fair Trade and organic. It’s really hard to get people interested in it.
  44. Yes, I’m a reasonably good self-taught historian of the 1930s and ’40s. I’ve never wanted to write about another time or place. I wouldn’t know what to say about contemporary society.
  45. Yes, I’m always – I’m always surprised when you make a film and you live with it a while and you put it out, you never dream that anybody is ever going to want to really see it.
  46. Yes, I’m still going to misbehave!
  47. Yes, in all my research, the greatest leaders looked inward and were able to tell a good story with authenticity and passion.
  48. Yes, I’ve always been fashion conscious.
  49. Yes, Mother. I can see you are flawed. You have not hidden it. That is your greatest gift to me.
  50. Yes, sir, no, sir, clock in, clock out. Why were you late? Why are you not in today? That’s not how humans are supposed to live.
  51. Yes, there are things that I can’t change, but the things I can, I’m going to do everything in my power to work very hard through them and come out stronger on the other side.
  52. Yes, there is a terrible moral in ‘Dorian Gray’ – a moral which the prurient will not be able to find in it, but it will be revealed to all whose minds are healthy. Is this an artistic error? I fear it is. It is the only error in the book.
  53. Yes, we become stronger when black and whites, Latino, Asian American, Native American, when all of us stand together.
  54. Yes, we become stronger when men and women, young and old, gay and straight, native-born and immigrant fight together to create the kind of country we all know we can become.
  55. Yes, we’re still five little people with a noisy attitude.
  56. Yes, we’ve still got more work to do. More work to do for every American still in need of a good job or a raise, paid leave or a decent retirement; for every child who needs a sturdier ladder out of poverty or a world-class education; for everyone who has not yet felt the progress of these past seven and a half years.
  57. Yesterday I was a dog. Today I’m a dog. Tomorrow I’ll probably still be a dog. Sigh! There’s so little hope for advancement.
  58. Yesterday is but today’s memory, and tomorrow is today’s dream.
  59. Yesterday we obeyed kings and bent our necks before emperors. But today we kneel only to truth, follow only beauty, and obey only love.
  60. Yesterday’s just a memory, tomorrow is never what it’s supposed to be.
  61. Yet I was Marilyn Manson – times 10.
  62. Yet you should practice the greatest possible love and confidence in treating with Him.
  63. Yisrael Beiteinu has no objection to the nonviolent expression of opinion. It is violent speech that forms a clear and present danger that we refuse to tolerate.
  64. Yisrael Beiteinu is a party that puts on the table all the problems that people are afraid to speak about.
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  67. Yoga carves you into a different person – and that is satisfying physically.
  68. Yoga is my luxury workout. If I’m on vacation or I have a day off, I love a 90-minute yoga class. It’s a really strong workout, but it takes a little bit longer.
  69. Yoga takes what you have and molds and sculpts it, which is a much more natural way to look and feel.
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  71. Yoon, who sells designer jeans, has a mobile app to help women determine what leg style looks best on their body type. What could she do to bring in more prospective customers?
  72. Yosemite has the most impressive and accessible granite big walls in the world. The rock is amazing. And because of that, it’s been the mecca for climbing in the U.S. – and the world to a large degree – for all of climbing history. It’s the place to test yourself against the historic routes of the past.
  73. Yosemite Valley, to me, is always a sunrise, a glitter of green and golden wonder in a vast edifice of stone and space.
  74. You add one million citizens to the voting rolls in this state, that’s a significant, significant difference. You do that nationwide, it’s a significant difference.
  75. You all know my commitment to the National Health Service. While I am Secretary of State, the NHS will never be fragmented, privatised or undermined. I am personally committed to an NHS which gives equal access, and excellent care.
  76. You all look like happy campers to me. Happy campers you are, happy campers you have been, and, as far as I am concerned, happy campers you will always be.
  77. You always admire what you really don’t understand.
  78. You always have to be on at times, and occasionally people get upset if you say no to a picture when you’re eating dinner or something, and that’s kind of the hard part. Or if you get crazy rumors that swirl around you from time to time that are just silly.
  79. You always imagine everything will go so smoothly in the Olympic season.
  80. You always read stories of people going out to California and making it as an actor with, like, two dollars, so I figured I’d try it.
  81. You always want to come back with an image that’s interesting visually, and you hope to get something from the person you photograph that’s different than other images you know of these people.
  82. You always want to quit while you are ahead. You don’t want to be like a fighter who stays too long in the ring until you’re not performing at your best.
  83. You always want your people to be proud of what you have accomplished.
  84. You and I are all as much continuous with the physical universe as a wave is continuous with the ocean.
  85. You and I are, by birth, by nature, and by choice, inwardly depraved, which is to say that we are entirely corrupt. That’s not to say that we have no good in us; we do. However, anything good in us has been tainted with evil. It touches everything. Without the redeeming power of Christ we cannot halt our own moral slide.
  86. You and I are essentially infinite choice-makers. In every moment of our existence, we are in that field of all possibilities where we have access to an infinity of choices.
  87. You and I, the people of God, have permission to come before the throne of Heaven at any time we will, and we are encouraged to come there with great boldness.
  88. You are a little soul carrying around a corpse.
  89. You are a sales rep who has decided to try out an inbound approach to sales. One morning when you turn on your computer you see you already have a new inbound lead in your inbox. What is the FIRST thing you should do?
  90. You are about to conclude your meeting with a new client who would like to start an online marketing campaign. Before concluding the meeting, what best practice should you use?
  91. You are always hoping that movie audiences are interested in characters and interested in story values rather than just mindless special effects. But you never know.
  92. You are always talking about yourself and tennis and how you are feeling. I try to avoid it when I don’t have to.
  93. You are, at this moment, standing, right in the middle of your own ‘acres of diamonds.’
  94. You are capable of more than you know. Choose a goal that seems right for you and strive to be the best, however hard the path. Aim high. Behave honorably. Prepare to be alone at times, and to endure failure. Persist! The world needs all you can give.
  95. You are doing better than you think you are.
  96. You are focused on reaching viewers with video content, and are looking to pay only when a user views your ad (CPV model). Which form of AdWords video advertising would be most appropriate?
  97. You are going to let the fear of poverty govern you life and your reward will be that you will eat, but you will not live.
  98. You are ice and fire the touch of you burns my hands like snow.
  99. You are in integrity when the life you are living on the outside matches who you are on the inside.
  100. You are managing a campaign where budget is unlimited as long as ROI is positive, but something still limits how much you are able to effectively invest. What is it? Choose the most closely related answer
  101. You are nearing the end of a successful meeting with a client, when she tells you, “this all sounds really great, but I do not have the budget for Google Search right now.” What should you do next?
  102. You are never strong enough that you don’t need help.
  103. You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.
  104. ‘You are no saint,’ says the devil. Well, if I am not, I am a sinner, and Jesus Christ came into the world to save sinners. Sink or swim, I go to Him; other hope, I have none.
  105. You are not a problem that needs solving.
  106. You are not indispensable to your church, but you are indispensable to your family.
  107. You are not just about death and disease.
  108. You are remembered for the rules you break.
  109. You are responsible to each other because when you win a game of football, you only need eight players to perform well.
  110. You are ruled by change whether you like it or not, and io9’s future path lies with joining a larger site that covers technology as well as science and science fiction.
  111. You are starting a new campaign with the goals of achieving a positive ROI and extending to all profitable traffic. How can the AdWords average daily budget setting help when starting out?
  112. You are that vast thing that you see far, far off with great telescopes.
  113. You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth.
  114. You are the sum total of everything you’ve ever seen, heard, eaten, smelled, been told, forgot – it’s all there. Everything influences each of us, and because of that I try to make sure that my experiences are positive.
  115. You are the universe, you aren’t in the universe.
  116. You are wrong if you think that you can in any way take the vision and tame it to the page. The page is jealous and tyrannical; the page is made of time and matter; the page always wins.
  117. You are your main news platform, so no publication has as much power as you do about posting about yourself.
  118. You ask me a question, I’m going to give you an honest answer.
  119. You ask me if I keep a notebook to record my great ideas. I’ve only ever had one.
  120. You ask yourself not if this or that is expedient, but if it is right.
  121. You beat him verbally. You beat him mentally, and then finally, you beat him physically. That’s the three ways to beat a man.
  122. You become responsible, forever, for what you have tamed.
  123. You become the movie you are making.
  124. You begin a film more with questions than with direct intentions. It’s more of an exploration and discovery.
  125. You begin saving the world by saving one man at a time; all else is grandiose romanticism or politics.
  126. You begin to realize that hypocrisy is not a terrible thing when you see what overt fascism is compared to sort of covert, you know, communal politics which the Congress has never been shy of indulging in.
  127. You bring children into the world. You love them with heart and soul.
  128. You burned the city of London in our houses and we felt the flames.
  129. You call yourself what you want to call yourself.
  130. You can add a “+” modifier in front of the words in a broad match keyword to:
  131. You can alter movie singing so much because you go into the recording studio and, just technology for recording has gotten so good, you can hold out a note and they can combine a note from take 2 and a note from take 8.
  132. You can always cope with the present moment, but you cannot cope with something that is only a mind projection – you cannot cope with the future.
  133. You can always count on Americans to do the right thing – after they’ve tried everything else.
  134. You can always tell an old soldier by the inside of his holsters and cartridge boxes. The young ones carry pistols and cartridges; the old ones, grub.
  135. You can always tell what you believe by what you are getting.
  136. You can always tell when a man’s well informed. His views are pretty much like your own.
  137. You can always think of something like the Xbox 360 as a super set-top box that can do everything the set-top box does, but then have the graphics to do the games as well.
  138. You can be a lender who wants to compete and have a better product, but you just can’t get to the students. The schools are controlling the access to the students.
  139. You can be a Polish American, or an Arab American, or a Greek American but you can’t be English American. Why not?
  140. You can be creative and not addictive, or addictive and not creative. Most addicted people do not produce anything of remarkable note.
  141. You can be great only if it is your destiny.
  142. You can be plain and smart, or pretty and smart. You can even be plain and dumb! You just have to be yourself.
  143. You can be really weird, and people will still accept you if you’re in movies. I’m not actually weird, but if I feel like being weird, then I can do it, and they accept it because you’re an actor.
  144. You can be rich in spirit, kindness, love and all those things that you can’t put a dollar sign on.
  145. You can bear your own faults, and why not a fault in your wife?
  146. You can become an even more excellent person by constantly setting higher and higher standards for yourself and then by doing everything possible to live up to those standards.
  147. You can better embrace life, you can enjoy it more, when you are conscious that it will end. You bite life.
  148. You can call me the bad boy chef all you want. I’m not going to freak out about it. I’m not that bad. I’m certainly not a boy, and it’s been a while since I’ve been a chef.
  149. You can chain me, you can torture me, you can even destroy this body, but you will never imprison my mind.
  150. You can change friends but not neighbours.
  151. You can choose a future where more Americans have the chance to gain the skills they need to compete, no matter how old they are or how much money they have. Education was the gateway to opportunity for me. It was the gateway for Michelle. And now more than ever, it is the gateway to a middle-class life.
  152. You can choose your friends, but you can’t choose your enemies.
  153. You can close more business in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get people interested in you.
  154. You can coddle your child and tell them, ‘You’re the best no matter what.’ But in the end, when they go out into the real world, I think it’s pretty tough out there and other children are cruel.
  155. You can conquer almost any fear if you will only make up your mind to do so. For remember, fear doesn’t exist anywhere except in the mind.
  156. You can cry about death and very properly so, your own as well as anybody else’s. But it’s inevitable, so you’d better grapple with it and cope and be aware that not only is it inevitable, but it has always been inevitable, if you see what I mean.
  157. You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality.
  158. You can do anything and be a star. You can dress like however you want, and you can do whatever you want. If you wanna wear meat suits like Lady Gaga, good. She’s freaking amazing! She’s doing that, and she’s unbelievable. I can wear T-shirts and still be great, too. So that’s just what I’m proving to people.
  159. You can do clean business in India.
  160. You can do without a woman but not a typewriter.
  161. You can eat your cake and have it too.
  162. You can expect interior enforcement actions in the future.
  163. You can feel like, ‘I look really bad’, but to other people you can be really gorgeous.
  164. You can feel very strongly that someone doesn’t like you. I think any model who didn’t have the same sort of upbringing as me would find that very difficult. But I absolutely knew I was entitled. I never thought I was ugly – it never crossed my mind.
  165. You can fool all of the people some of the time, and some of the people all of the time, but you can’t fool all of the people all of the time.
  166. You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.
  167. You can fool some of the people all the time, and those are the ones you want to concentrate on.
  168. You can free yourself from aging by reinterpreting your body and by grasping the link between belief and biology.
  169. You can get help from teachers, but you are going to have to learn a lot by yourself, sitting alone in a room.
  170. You can get insular with fashion.
  171. You can get rich or famous by doing the same thing.
  172. You can get so much value just from being genotyped.
  173. You can get sucked into the idea that, ‘Gosh, this is impressive. Maybe I should do this. It will look good.’ Or ‘I’ll write like this because it will impress that critic.’
  174. You can get the true essence of New Yorkers by just hanging out in Central Park.
  175. You can go off people you know.
  176. You can have an epidemic in a state. You can have it in a region. You can have it in a country where the critical level of disease passes a certain threshold, and we call that an ‘epidemic threshold.’
  177. You can have bans on assault weapons or whatever weapons you wish, and it’s not going to protect from a violent person.
  178. You can have religion with spirituality. You can also have religion without spirituality.
  179. You can have your cake and eat it too.
  180. You can hide from the devil, but he’ll always find you.
  181. You can hide so much behind theatrics, and I don’t need to do that any more.
  182. You can hold yourself back from the sufferings of the world, that is something you are free to do and it accords with your nature, but perhaps this very holding back is the one suffering you could avoid.
  183. You can lead a horse to water, but a pencil must be lead.
  184. You can lead a horse to water, but don’t fiddle with it… that’s just weird.
  185. You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink.
  186. You can learn a lot from people who view the world differently than you do.
  187. You can look at the New York Times Bestseller List and you can be pretty sure that the writers on that list don’t know each other very well.
  188. You can lull the paying customers as long as they get slapped.
  189. You can make a hit song in 15 minutes. I don’t know about someone else’s song, but songs that people like of mine, I’ve created in 15 minutes or less.
  190. You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.
  191. You can measure opportunity with the same yardstick that measures the risk involved. They go together.
  192. You can much better have an influence on the debate when you sit at the bargaining table and you can give input.
  193. You can never betray the people who are dead, so you go on being a public Jew; the dead can’t answer slurs, but I’m here. I would love to think that Jesus wants me for a sunbeam, but he doesn’t.
  194. You can never plan the future by the past.
  195. You can never really live anyone else’s life, not even your child’s. The influence you exert is through your own life, and what you’ve become yourself.
  196. You can never solve a problem on the level on which it was created.
  197. You can never stop and as older people, we have to learn how to take leadership from the youth and I guess I would say that this is what I’m attempting to do right now.
  198. You can only apply a Custom Dimension to data that was collected after you created the dimension.
  199. You can only get really unpopular decisions through if the electorate is convinced of the value of the environment. That’s what natural history programmes should be for.
  200. You can only go forward by making mistakes.
  201. You can only have one aim per debate.
  202. You can only see in someone else what you see in yourself.
  203. You can pick your friends and you can pick your nose, but you can’t pick your friend’s nose.
  204. You can relax more when you’re playing a silly character than when you’re playing a really rigid character. But to be fair, I think George Clooney is a bigger teenager than any of the ‘Twilight’ cast. He’s the guy throwing a football at your head and then hiding around the corner, pretending it wasn’t him!
  205. You can safely assume that you’ve created God in your own image when it turns out that God hates all the same people you do.
  206. You can scream at me, call me for a shoot at midnight, keep me waiting for hours – as long as what ends up on the screen is perfect.
  207. You can search throughout the entire universe for someone who is more deserving of your love and affection than you are yourself, and that person is not to be found anywhere. You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe deserve your love and affection.
  208. You can see average video-view duration metrics in:
  209. You can see God from anywhere if your mind is set to love and obey Him.
  210. You can see neurosis from below – as a sickness – as most psychiatrists see it. Or you can understand it as a compassionate man might: respecting the neurosis as a fumbling and inefficient effort toward good ends.
  211. You can stroke people with words.
  212. You can take the babushka off the Jewish mother and dress her up in a pair of Seven jeans and Marc Jacobs sling-backs, but she’s still going to expect a passel of grandkids.
  213. You can talk about and think about Muslims as you want, but you can’t stop Muslims from building a mosque. You can hate Muslims from the comfort of your house or publicly, but when that becomes stopping Muslims from building a mosque or worshipping, then we are crossing the line into something else.
  214. You can tell alot about a fellow’s character by his way of eating jellybeans.
  215. You can tell if you’re going to be into a script within the first five or ten pages – if I’m not completely engaged by page 20, I just have to give up on it.
  216. You can tell more about a person by what he says about others than you can by what others say about him.
  217. You can tell the size of a man by the size of the thing that makes him mad.
  218. You can tell the strength of a nation by the women behind its men.
  219. You can try to take sorrow and make it into something enduring, meaningful and beautiful. I always feel guilty that this is my job, that I get to do this.
  220. You can turn painful situations around through laughter. If you can find humor in anything, even poverty, you can survive it.
  221. You can understand a lot about yourself by working out which fairytale you use to present your world to yourself in.
  222. You can use a mobile specific display URL to:
  223. You can use all the quantitative data you can get, but you still have to distrust it and use your own intelligence and judgment.
  224. You can use audience targeting to show your ads to:
  225. You can use campaign priority to:
  226. You can use custom labels in a product data feed to:
  227. You can use Display Planner to:
  228. You can use Keyword Planner to identify:
  229. You can use target cost-per-acquisition (CPA) bidding to help:
  230. You can use the AdWords Application Programming Interface (API) to:
  231. You can watch actors create their illusions, but if you don’t see where they get the pigeons from, you don’t really know how they’re doing it.
  232. You can watch TV and see experts of all different colours and hues. But the minute you get past nine o’clock and you’re in primetime drama land, it’s like entering another world, one that doesn’t reflect the diversity of the society that we have in Britain in 2016.
  233. You can win a higher ad position in the auction with a lower cost–per–click (CPC) bid by:
  234. You can wipe out your opponents. But if you do it unjustly you become eligible for being wiped out yourself.
  235. You can work all your life and make all the waters in all the rivers on Earth drinkable, but if, when you die, you are not ready to meet God, it doesn’t matter.
  236. You can work really hard on your physicality, on your craft, on the films you do. You can choose the best of directors, the best of productions, get the best technicians, you can put your entire body and soul into the making of a film, but at the end of the day, it all depends on the mood of that one audience member that goes into that theater.
  237. You can write any time people will leave you alone and not interrupt you. Or, rather, you can if you will be ruthless enough about it. But the best writing is certainly when you are in love.
  238. You cannot afford a world with slavery, which literally takes someone and turns them into a machine.
  239. You cannot be a hero without being a coward.
  240. You cannot catch a child’s spirit by running after it; you must stand still and for love it will soon itself return.
  241. You cannot change the default session timeout duration in Google Analytics.
  242. You cannot communicate complicated information to large groups of people. As you increase the number of people, you have to decrease the complexity of the information.
  243. You cannot compromise unless people talk to you.
  244. You cannot control what happens to you, but you can control your attitude toward what happens to you, and in that, you will be mastering change rather than allowing it to master you.
  245. You cannot create experience. You must undergo it.
  246. You cannot define a person on just one thing. You can’t just forget all these wonderful and good things that a person has done because one thing didn’t come off the way you thought it should come off.
  247. You cannot do a kindness too soon, for you never know how soon it will be too late.
  248. You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today.
  249. You cannot get into business for the fashion of it.
  250. You cannot have a society where you spend more than you earn. I mean, it’s just fundamentally not viable in the long run.
  251. You cannot help but notice that schools that take music seriously tend to be more academically successful.
  252. You cannot hold a child accountable to the same standards that you hold an adult accountable to.
  253. You cannot like the word, but what is happening is an occupation – to hold 3.5 million Palestinians under occupation. I believe that is a terrible thing for Israel and for the Palestinians.
  254. You cannot make a sinner into a saint by killing him. He who does not live as a saint here will never live as a saint hereafter.
  255. You cannot mandate philanthropy. It has to come from within, and when it does, it is deeply satisfying.
  256. You cannot mistake happenings as inconveniences always, you have to sit and think about how you can benefit from it.
  257. You cannot open a book without learning something.
  258. You cannot open a major New York restaurant today and not be aware that showbiz will play a role.
  259. You cannot push any one up a ladder unless he be willing to climb a little himself.
  260. You cannot say that you are happy when you don’t win.
  261. You cannot see the changes that you’re dreaming about, because they’re internal.
  262. You cannot simultaneously prevent and prepare for war.
  263. You cannot stop an Islamist tsunami by building a small island somewhere in the ocean.
  264. You cannot talk about race without talking about privilege. And when people start talking about privilege, they get paralyzed by shame.
  265. You cannot underestimate people’s ability to spot a soulless, bureaucratic tactic a million miles away. It’s a big reason why so many companies that have dipped a toe in social media waters have failed miserably.
  266. You cannot underestimate the value of luck in success in life. And I’ve really learned to appreciate that.
  267. You cannot use your friends and have them too.
  268. You can’t afford to get sick, and you can’t depend on the present health care system to keep you well. It’s up to you to protect and maintain your body’s innate capacity for health and healing by making the right choices in how you live.
  269. You can’t applaud a referee.
  270. You can’t be a good actor if you get too affected by fame. Because then you’re not real, and you’re not really wanting more. You look at a lot of actors who, before they were famous, did a lot of amazing work, and once they got too big, it just got off.
  271. You can’t be a major company today without paying attention to celebrities. They are the leaders in beauty and fashion.
  272. You can’t be an American without being related to other Americans.
  273. You can’t be aware of everything. You’d fall down the stairs if you were aware of every intricate thing involved in going down stairs.
  274. You can’t be happy by doing something groovy.
  275. You can’t be perfect at everything.
  276. You can’t blame gravity for falling in love.
  277. You can’t change your fingerprints. You have only ten of them. And you leave them on everything you touch; they are definitely not a secret.
  278. You can’t compete with Walmart. But you can have smaller businesses that are successful.
  279. You can’t complain about the pressures, the paparazzi, the madness. Because that is the job. I’ve always understood that’s the deal.
  280. You can’t complain about your dressing room or you’ll look like Celine Dion.
  281. You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something – your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life.
  282. You can’t control all the crazy stuff that happens to you. All you can control is the way you handle it.
  283. You can’t control where you were born, the family you were born into, what you look like; you can’t control any of those circumstances. The only thing you can control is how you react.
  284. You can’t cry when things get a little bit hard. You’ve just got to push through and know that there’s a reason and end to the means.
  285. You can’t deny a band whose fans will literally do anything to see them win the awards. We’re very appreciative to the fan base. That mutual feeling of appreciation is something that really helps.
  286. You can’t depend on your eyes when your imagination is out of focus.
  287. You can’t do comedy with a beard.
  288. You can’t do something forever.
  289. You can’t even imagine the feeling you get when someone tells you that you are about to lose your legs.
  290. You can’t find any true closeness in Hollywood, because everybody does the fake closeness so well.
  291. You can’t find true affection in Hollywood because everyone does the fake affection so well.
  292. You can’t focus on other people’s careers. Everybody is different.
  293. You can’t forgive without loving. And I don’t mean sentimentality. I don’t mean mush. I mean having enough courage to stand up and say, ‘I forgive. I’m finished with it.’
  294. You can’t get a cup of tea big enough or a book long enough to suit me.
  295. You can’t get into the trap of paying for customer acquisition.
  296. You can’t get the visual thing on the record as much as you’d like to. We produced this album, and we’d never done that before, except when we produced singles for ourselves.
  297. You can’t get there by bus, only by hard work and risk and by not quite knowing what you’re doing. What you’ll discover will be wonderful. What you’ll discover will be yourself.
  298. You can’t go on telling, ‘I am in love.’
  299. You can’t go out to the mound hobbling and take a pitcher out with a cane.
  300. You can’t go wrong with pizza, unless it’s terrible pizza.
  301. You can’t have a light without a dark to stick it in.
  302. You can’t have a rigid view that all new taxes are evil.
  303. You can’t hire someone to practice for you.
  304. You can’t hold a man down without staying down with him.
  305. You can’t imagine parlor ballads drifting out of high-rise multi-towered buildings. That kind of music existed in a more timeless state of life.
  306. You can’t invent Google, Facebook or the iPod unless you’ve mastered the basics, are willing to put in long hours and can pick yourself up from the floor when life knocks you down the first 10 times.
  307. You can’t just ask customers what they want and then try to give that to them. By the time you get it built, they’ll want something new.
  308. You can’t just come up with an idea for a game and stick the drama on top. It all has to be one driving thrust.
  309. You can’t just have slogans, you can’t just have catchy phrases. You have to have an agenda. And I think what the Republican Party has to do, if it’s going to incorporate the tea party efforts in it, is to come up with an agenda that the American people can see, touch, and actually believe in, and something they believe in.
  310. You can’t just let nature run wild.
  311. You can’t just sort of come with, say, ‘Yesterday,’ or ‘A Hard Day’s Night,’ and it be in the wrong place in the wrong show, and expect the song to work theatrically.
  312. You can’t keep your mind on fighting when you’re thinking about a woman. You can’t keep your concentration. You feel like sleeping all the time.
  313. You can’t know too much, but you can say too much.
  314. You can’t let challenges argue you out of doing what you know is the right thing.
  315. You can’t make accommodations in crucial situations and be heroic.
  316. You can’t make positive choices for the rest of your life without an environment that makes those choices easy, natural, and enjoyable.
  317. You can’t make up anything anymore. The world itself is a satire. All you’re doing is recording it.
  318. You can’t move so fast that you try to change the mores faster than people can accept it. That doesn’t mean you do nothing, but it means that you do the things that need to be done according to priority.
  319. You can’t plan everything – if I did a performance exactly how I rehearsed it, it would be so boring.
  320. You can’t play Batman in a serious, square-jawed, straight-ahead way without giving the audience the sense that there’s something behind that mask waiting to get out, that he’s a little crazed; he’s strange.
  321. You can’t predict the future, but you can prepare for it.
  322. You can’t prove somebody is a racist unless they really come out and do the act and is found to be that.
  323. You can’t put a better bit of butter on you knife!
  324. You can’t put democracy and freedom back into a box.
  325. You can’t really do a big character in an action film; you’re already suspending your disbelief in the action, then to suspend your disbelief in the character is too much.
  326. You can’t really label me as a musician, a comedian, or a rapper – you know, it’s different.
  327. You can’t regulate every lab in the world.
  328. You can’t rush the science, but when the science points you in the right direction, then you can start rushing.
  329. You can’t simply slash the sugar in food; otherwise, people simply won’t accept it.
  330. You can’t start with imbalance and end with peace, be that in your own body, in an ecosystem or between a government and its people. What we need to strive for is not perfection, but balance.
  331. You can’t stay in your corner of the forest waiting for others to come to you. You have to go to them sometimes.
  332. You can’t stop everything from happening. But we’ve gotten to a point where we’re certainly trying. If a car doesn’t have four hundred air bags in it, then it’s no good.
  333. You can’t stop people printing what they want to print.
  334. You can’t stop people watching on mobiles, but I hope the old fashioned idea of sitting in a dark room with a big screen with a group of strangers lives on forever.
  335. You can’t study comedy; it’s within you. It’s a personality. My humor is an attitude.
  336. You can’t talk about yourself in the third party – that makes you a lunatic!
  337. You can’t test courage cautiously.
  338. You can’t think about terrorism without thinking about Palestinian terrorism. Palestinians began international terrorism. It started with them in 1968. They used it as the first resort, not the last resort. They invented it, they perfected it, they benefited from it and they taught the world how to use it and that it would be successful.
  339. You can’t think; you just gotta do things.
  340. You come to my comedy show to be entertained.
  341. You could be a victim, you could be a hero, you could be a villain, or you could be a fugitive. But you could not just stand by. If you were in Europe between 1933 and 1945, you had to be something.
  342. You could fancy what you’d like, but as a woman, my mother always raised us to believe in ourselves. I am very grateful that my mother brought me up that way.
  343. You could go so wrong with a ‘Planet of the Apes’ reboot; you could make it melodramatic, you could make it campy, you could fall into so many traps with it.
  344. You could have 50 different states having 50 different regulations… until they were all litigated out.
  345. You could make the most beautiful film, and that weekend it’s raining too hard on the East Coast, and no one goes out. Artists should have a chance to do it again. That’s the challenge: Women artists don’t get a second chance. People-of-color artists don’t get a second chance. You’re put in director’s jail, and that’s a wrap.
  346. You could say that I am the Estee Lauder woman. I’m a working mother; time is valuable to me. I want a good product; I want quality.
  347. You could warm Mars up, over time, with greenhouse gases.
  348. You decide to run an email campaign that includes a link to your website. What would you need to do in order to track traffic to your site from this email campaign?
  349. You define a Destination URL goal by
  350. You deserve love and you’ll get it.
  351. You do get certain publications in the States where, if things don’t go according to plan, they flip the story and it becomes very negative.
  352. You do get really exhausted doing films. You work such long hours, and after a while, things can get out of perspective, just like if anyone’s tired, things get on top of them.
  353. You do get very tired sometimes, when you’re sitting around for hours in movies. You get depleted.
  354. You do live longer with bran, but you spend the last fifteen years on the toilet.
  355. You do need some dispensation for local farmers, because the fast food industry will promote the unsanitary conditions of farming. With vegetables, you have to be careful where they come from; you have to know the farmers and trust them. If you buy from the farmers’ market, it’s already been investigated.
  356. You do not have to ladle on the impasto to make a point about human frailty or ambitions.
  357. You do not need to leave your room. Remain sitting at your table and listen. Do not even listen, simply wait, be quiet still and solitary. The world will freely offer itself to you to be unmasked, it has no choice, it will roll in ecstasy at your feet.
  358. You do run and scream and cry and work yourself up into hysterics, and then you get back to the hotel at the end of the day, and you feel really off and really strange. And that’s because rationally, even though you know everything is OK, you have put yourself through this traumatizing experience, and your body is still going.
  359. You do the policy, I’ll do the politics.
  360. You don’t always have to be doing something. You can just be, and that’s plenty.
  361. You don’t always have to be popular and do things everyone else is doing.
  362. You don’t always have to have the most amazing story. It’s learning to share the story you have that counts.
  363. You don’t build walls; you build bridges between people.
  364. You don’t carry in your countenance a letter of recommendation.
  365. You don’t change the world by hiding in the woods, wearing a hair shirt, or buying indulgences in the form of ‘Save the Earth’ bumper stickers. You do it by articulating a vision for the future and pursuing it with all the ingenuity humanity can muster.
  366. You don’t cheat anybody out of their experience, whatever it is.
  367. You don’t choose your family. They are God’s gift to you, as you are to them.
  368. You don’t come into government thinking it is going to be easy.
  369. You don’t cruise the Internet looking for your name and walk away with a good feeling. So, I never do it.
  370. You don’t do new things and try to change the system without generating debate.
  371. You don’t get a standing ovation and get boos, by the way. They don’t go hand in hand.
  372. You don’t get points for leaving the chin open.
  373. You don’t get time to meet your peers such as Dharmendra and Hema Malini very often. Award functions or other events are the only places you meet them, unless there is an emergency. Then we all come together.
  374. You don’t go to Palm Springs in the summer unless you’re building a golf course.
  375. You don’t have control of the car, but you can drive it. Life takes you where it wants you to go and where you need to go.
  376. You don’t have to be a scared person. I’ve had so many tragedies. I’ve managed to withstand things that you may think you cannot tolerate. But I have the strength.
  377. You don’t have to be positive all the time.
  378. You don’t have to be someone who likes walking a tightrope across the Twin Towers to watch ‘Man On Wire.’
  379. You don’t have to hold a position in order to be a leader.
  380. You don’t have to listen to those mean girls. They’re just there to make you upset and make you feel bad about yourself. And you know, inside, they feel bad about themselves too. But they don’t wanna admit it to anybody.
  381. You don’t have to sort of enhance reality. There is nothing stranger than truth.
  382. You don’t have to vaccinate every man, woman and child in the country if you have a couple of cases of smallpox cropping up.
  383. You don’t judge a book by a cover. I’m not your typical rap look.
  384. You don’t know what you can get away with until you try.
  385. You don’t know what you’re going to fall in love with until you’re exposed to it.
  386. You don’t know what’s gonna happen, so you can’t really plan: you can only go with it.
  387. You don’t lead by hitting people over the head – that’s assault, not leadership.
  388. You don’t look out there for God, something in the sky, you look in you.
  389. You don’t meet that many people that you can talk about Roots Manuva with, but that was my favorite in school, this record of his called ‘Run Come Save Me.’ When I first started writing lyrics, it came from that.
  390. You don’t necessarily want your physician to have all your information.
  391. You don’t need a special place to meditate. You can transcend anywhere in the world. The unified field is here, and there, and everywhere.
  392. You don’t need any indictment in order to arrest someone; probable cause is sufficient to arrest civilians, so it must be enough to arrest police.
  393. You don’t need anybody to tell you who you are or what you are. You are what you are!
  394. You don’t need to be defined by your job.
  395. You don’t need to buy expensive cosmetics; almost anything will do if you know how to apply it.
  396. You don’t realize how much you use your credit card not even to buy things. It’s a card you get so you can navigate society.
  397. You don’t really think about 3D when you’re acting. As a director, you do.
  398. You don’t reinvent yourself; you get better with what you do.
  399. You don’t say no to a Shankar film.
  400. You don’t see Indians in Hollywood films around which a story can revolve. As soon as we have a social presence in your society, I am sure there will be many actors from our part of the world that will be acting in Hollywood films.
  401. You don’t see too many atheists on the deathbed. They all start cramming then.
  402. You don’t sign up for a divorce when you get married. It’s very painful. But it’s taught me a great deal about myself.
  403. You don’t start a company because you want to be an entrepreneur or the fame and glory that comes along with it. You become an entrepreneur, and you create a company to solve a real problem. And by real problem, I mean a problem that is going to exist down the line.
  404. You don’t stay undefeated without being a little stubborn.
  405. You don’t take a photograph, you make it.
  406. You don’t think people would go on about my looks if I was No. 500 in the world instead of No.12, do you? Anyway, as I keep telling everyone, you can’t blame me for looking like this on purpose.
  407. You don’t try and put rockets under prime ministers.
  408. You don’t want flame to hit your food. Flame is bad. Flame does nasty things to food. It makes soot and it makes deposits of various chemicals that are not too good for us. The last thing you really want to see licking at your food while it’s on a grill is an actual flame.
  409. You don’t want to hear about how much money I donate to the Boys and Girls Clubs of America or to AIDS awareness or to give out scholarships. You don’t want to hear about that.
  410. You don’t want to keep giving yourself a sugar spike and then crash and get exhausted and need coffee because you shoot for a long time. On set, I eat a lot of peanut butter and apples, things that have actual energy and protein in them to keep me going.
  411. You don’t write because you want to say something, you write because you have something to say.
  412. You dream every night. Every person in the world, even if they don’t remember, is dreaming every night.
  413. You either get tired fighting for peace, or you die.
  414. You either make dust or eat dust.
  415. You entertain people who are satisfied. Hungry people can’t be entertained – or people who are afraid. You can’t entertain a man who has no food.
  416. You fake something until you’re good at it.
  417. You feel like you’re really a part of a movement when you’re singing Journey at a karaoke bar.
  418. You find a lot of ideas from my shows in adverts now. I find it a compliment.
  419. You find that some of your leads are not getting any follow up, while others are getting too many emails from both their sales rep AND your marketing team. Which of the following is most likely to be the cause?
  420. You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You are able to say to yourself, ‘I lived through this horror. I can take the next thing that comes along.’
  421. You get a painting idea, and you go do that. You get a cinema idea, and you go in to do that. The difference is, even though the paintings might take some time to make, with cinema you are booked for a year and a half, minimum.
  422. You get built up and put on a pedestal and then people want to bring you down. It can be hurtful. Some people try to make me look bad or not a nice person but it’s completely false.
  423. You get people coming up to you and asking about movies, especially in Chennai, which is nice.
  424. You get people talking about being worried about their art, and dances… their culture being wiped out or taken over, and yet these same people are taking advantage of their people to use them as cheap labour.
  425. You get the feeling that on a lot of days the audience for most music would kind of rather not be faced with the artist, especially because we’ve been educated to think that the artist are these special creatures are otherwordly and aren’t like us.
  426. You get to a certain age, and you are forbidden access. You’re not going to get the kind of coverage that you would like in music magazines; you’re not going to get played on radio, and you’re not going to get played on television. I have to survive on word of mouth.
  427. You get to a point where you get tired of being stupid and selfish and not being honest with yourself.
  428. You get to choose what monsters you want to slay. I’m sorry to say this again, but let’s face it – the Force is with you.
  429. You get what you pay for, and you pay for what you get.
  430. You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give.
  431. You go on Facebook, you buy social advertising. And you can very cost-effectively target people who are in the market for your product from all over the world.
  432. You go to any Jay-Z concert, and he plays his hits. Comedians don’t have hits. You have to have a whole brand-new hour. You have no hits to rely on. It’s the hardest thing.
  433. You go to Scandinavia, and you will find that people have a much higher standard of living, in terms of education, health care and decent paying jobs.
  434. You go to your public library, or you call your fire department or police department, what do you think you are calling? These are socialist institutions.
  435. You got to get twenty-seven outs to win.
  436. You got to have a lot of courage. Secondly, whatever it is you’re doing, you have to believe in it wholeheartedly. Thirdly, you have to be able to stand up in front of people and know that they’ll laugh.
  437. You got to have an emotional connect with the audience who watch you.
  438. You gotta do what you gotta do. And I had to figure that out, and I used to – I couldn’t stand the media, but I realized they have a job. They gotta do what they have to do.
  439. You gotta follow the white guys. Truly. They’ve got this thing wired. Too often, we live within their games, so why would you not study what works? Take away the bad stuff – because there’s a lot – and use the savvy interesting stuff and figure out how they can apply. It’s a good one for the ladies.
  440. You gotta keep trying to find your niche and trying to fit into whatever slot that’s left for you or to make one of your own.
  441. You gotta learn that if you don’t get it by midnight, chances are you ain’t gonna get it, and if you do, it ain’t worth it.
  442. You gotta lose ’em some of the time. When you do, lose ’em right.
  443. You gotta love livin’, baby, ’cause dyin’ is a pain in the ass.
  444. You gotta make sure the listener is listening to you, so if you put it into a song, often times, if the song is striking enough, then you can really deliver the story most effectively while keeping the ear of the listener the whole time.
  445. You gotta move on to groove on.
  446. You gotta understand: I believe a woman should praise the man, the king. If you holding it down for your woman, I feel like the woman should praise. And the man should praise the queen.
  447. You gotta water your plants. Nobody can water them for you.
  448. You had 42 blacks that ran on the Republican ticket this Cycle, 14 made of them made it to the general election and two of us made it to the House of Representatives. So I think that there is a new movement that needs to have a voice in the Congressional Black Caucus.
  449. You have a budget of US$75 per day for your client’s Search campaign, and you’d like to set a maximum cost-per-click (max. CPC) bid of US$1. How can you validate that this is the right bid amount for getting the most clicks?
  450. You have a food truck and want to reach people who are nearby on their mobile phones. Your maximum cost-per-click (max. CPC) bid is US$1. You set a mobile bid adjustment of +20% and a location bid adjustment of +50%. What’s the final bid amount?
  451. You have a friend starting her first AdWords campaign. What would you suggest about how to choose keywords?
  452. You have a friend who has a small business, and she wants to manage her own AdWords campaign. She has no experience with AdWords and would like to experiment with different options. Which campaign type would you recommend to start?
  453. You have a guy like Bernie Madoff literally steal $80 billion, you know, AIG steal hundreds of billions, Goldman Sachs. Crime has changed so much, and to really do a movie with, like, drug dealers or drug smugglers is kind of almost quaint at this point.
  454. You have a lot of optimism when you are young.
  455. You have a maximum cost-per-click (max. CPC) bid of US$2 for a keyword. To determine the prospective impact of raising this bid to US$3, you could use:
  456. You have a meeting with a new client. Why would it be a good idea to share anonymized data (such as conversion rate and cost-per-conversion) from some successful clients in the same industry as this client?
  457. You have a responsibility to move your dreams forward, no matter what.
  458. You have a row of dominoes set up; you knock over the first one, and what will happen to the last one is that it will go over very quickly.
  459. You have a shelf-life on TV.
  460. You have actors who begin at a certain young age and there’s very little change in their technique and the depth of their performances; they’re the same 30 years later.
  461. You have all these song titles and song time, and you put it in a certain order, and you slap a cover on it. That’s a record. That’s how I’ve seen all my records.
  462. You have an impeccable argument if you said that Singapore, Hong Kong, and Tokyo are food capitals. They have a maximum amount of great stuff to eat in the smallest areas.
  463. You have an online electronics business and you’ve set up an ad group for digital cameras. What keywords could make this ad group as effective as possible?
  464. You have been targeting the entire United States in your scuba diving equipement ad campaign, but you know that much of the scuba equipment that is sold to customers in Hawaii. What would be the most efficient way to optimize your campaign and measure the impact of an optimization?
  465. You have been trapped in the inescapable net of ruin by your own want of sense.
  466. You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself in any direction you choose. You’re on your own, and you know what you know. And you are the guy who’ll decide where to go.
  467. You have come to a stage where you almost have to work on yourself. You know, on finding some tranquility with which to respond to these things, because I realize that the biggest risk that many of us run is beginning to get inured to the horrors.
  468. You have competition every day because you set such high standards for yourself that you have to go out every day and live up to that.
  469. You have defined goal X such that a particular PDF download qualifies as a goal conversion. A user comes to your site once and downloads this PDF 5 times. How many goal conversions will be recorded?
  470. You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life.
  471. You have film actors doing TV, rap stars doing TV, with everyone kind of crossing the line.
  472. You have friends, and they die. You have a disease, someone you care about has a disease, Wall Street people are scamming everyone, the poor get poorer, the rich get richer. That’s what we’re surrounded by all the time.
  473. You have full-field view when you’re watching the film. Eye in the sky, it’s a lot easier to look at it that way than when you’re back behind center.
  474. You have got the right strategy, the right geography; you have got the right customers. You need to prioritise them better; we need to grow them better, mind them better. We need to give more value to them, and we need to execute a lot of areas in the organisation where we are not executing.
  475. You have kids studying master class visual arts who are pushed to make films that will be successful economically; that’s what they focus on. So they work for corporate interest instead of artistic expression.
  476. You have learnt something. That always feels at first as if you had lost something.
  477. You have more luck than brains.
  478. You have no idea how promising the world begins to look once you have decided to have it all for yourself. And how much healthier your decisions are once they become entirely selfish.
  479. You have no idea the people I meet when I do these Comic-Cons. When I go sign autographs and say hello to people, I see everything!
  480. You have no rights. Sit down.
  481. You have setbacks in your life, and adversity. You can be discouraged about it or have courage to get through it and be better.
  482. You have spent a lot of time planning and creating a great content offer. You are now done with the content process and should move on to create your next piece of content.
  483. You have students in America, in Britain, who do not want to be engineers. Perhaps it is the workload, I studied engineering, and I know what a grind it is.
  484. You have to accept whatever comes and the only important thing is that you meet it with courage and with the best that you have to give.
  485. You have to be a bastard to make it, and that’s a fact. And the Beatles are the biggest bastards on earth.
  486. You have to be a lover of books without expecting more of them than they give – a little pleasure, a little insight, a moment of escape, a deepening of your own humanity. Not much else.
  487. You have to be able to adjust on the fly, and that is what the great ones do.
  488. You have to be able to do everything as a quarterback, and that’s not necessarily taking care of your job but making sure you’re preparing everyone else to go out and play well. And make sure you have them in the right mindset when they step on the field.
  489. You have to be able to fail with the improv. You have to not care.
  490. You have to be disciplined about being in the kitchen.
  491. You have to be forward-moving and able to balance a lot of things at the same time. I attribute a lot of that to the Marine Corps and Juilliard both.
  492. You have to be someone.
  493. You have to be talented. You have to work hard; you have to get the right pieces flowin’ for you at the right time. And that’s just what happened to me. I can’t explain what happened.
  494. You have to be there not for the fame and glory and recognition and being a page in a history book, but you have to be there because you believe your talent and ability can be applied effectively to operation of the spacecraft.
  495. You have to be very rich or very poor to live without a trade.
  496. You have to blast to build in Manhattan. And the buildings went up in Manhattan because of the power of that bedrock. Once you dig that foundation – and they dig with dynamite – and once you dynamite out and you secure that foundation, that building isn’t going anywhere.
  497. You have to change on the fly. You have to adapt. It’s what I do. It’s what wins for me.
  498. You have to develop ways so that you can take up for yourself, and then you take up for someone else. And so sooner or later, you have enough courage to really stand up for the human race and say, ‘I’m a representative.’
  499. You have to do your own growing no matter how tall your grandfather was.
  500. You have to dream before your dreams can come true.
  501. You have to expect things of yourself before you can do them.
  502. You have to explain to your boss why she should care about optimizing your company’s website. What do you say?
  503. You have to face things, have faith in what you do and go for it. Think, ‘What’s the worst that could happen?’
  504. You have to feel confident. If you don’t, then you’re going to be hesitant and defensive, and there’ll be a lot of things working against you.
  505. You have to fight against being an antique.
  506. You have to get an individual who’s willing to actually struggle with the system to change it. As long as you have people who – to make substantive changes, to make infrastructure changes.
  507. You have to get under the hood and spend some quality time with someone to understand what they’re really good at.
  508. You have to give others the opportunity to love who you love. If they don’t accept it, it’s their loss.
  509. You have to go broke three times to learn how to make a living.
  510. You have to go into each match believing you can beat all of the players.
  511. You have to go through the falling down in order to learn to walk. It helps to know that you can survive it. That’s an education in itself.
  512. You have to have a catcher because if you don’t you’re likely to have a lot of passed balls.
  513. You have to have a certain realism that government is a pretty blunt instrument, and without the constant attention of highly qualified people with the right metrics, it will fall into not doing things very well.
  514. You have to have great passion, because to sing operatic music requires lots of work. I study for at least two hours every day. The voice is like an instrument and requires constant exercise.
  515. You have to have heart’s passion to write a novel.
  516. You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else.
  517. You have to leave the city of your comfort and go into the wilderness of your intuition. What you’ll discover will be wonderful. What you’ll discover is yourself.
  518. You have to let individuals make their own choices and respect that, even if it’s your own child. And that’s what was taken away from me. My father passed away thinking I still had to go back to his way of believing.
  519. You have to live the mission… love what you do.
  520. You have to love what you do to want to do it everyday.
  521. You have to love your country like an adult loves somebody, not like a child loves its mommy. And right-wing Republicans tend to love America like a child loves its mommy, where everything Mommy does is okay. But adult love means you’re not in denial, and you want the loved one to be the best they can be.
  522. You have to make millions on Friday night, because there are another 600 films waiting behind you, with explosions and everything.
  523. You have to prioritize what you stress about when you have a child.
  524. You have to put in many, many, many tiny efforts that nobody sees or appreciates before you achieve anything worthwhile.
  525. You have to realise that I am the third out of six children, and I am raised with very strong core values and a very strong upbringing. I always put myself in other people’s shoes.
  526. You have to really stretch your imagination to infer what the intrinsic value of Bitcoin is. I haven’t been able to do it. Maybe somebody else can.
  527. You have to really want it, and don’t take it personally if you don’t get a job. Because sometimes you’re not the type. And sometimes it’s somebody else’s turn.
  528. You have to respect your parents. They are giving you an at-bat. If you’re an entrepreneur and go into the family business, you want to grow fast. Patience is important. But respect the other party… My dad and I pulled it off because we really respect each other.
  529. You have to see a building to comprehend it. Photographs cannot convey the experience, nor film.
  530. You have to speak from a place where all is possible. When you speak from a place where there’s limits, you’ve already set yourself up to fail.
  531. You have to start living for something that’s worth dying for.
  532. You have to start with slavery because those abuses have never been eradicated. You know, people are not living in slums because they voted to. You know, their children are not in jail because they wanted them to. You know, these are the results of a people who have been oppressed and suffer national oppression, you know.
  533. You have to stay in shape. My grandmother, she started walking five miles a day when she was 60. She’s 97 today and we don’t know where the hell she is.
  534. You have to steal a lot. You have to have a criminal mentality to be a film director.
  535. You have to steer a course between not appalling people, but at the same time not misleading them.
  536. You have to take care of the ball to win football games.
  537. You have to take control of your own life, your own destiny, and your own careers. You can’t leave everything up to someone else, ’cause then you can look at them and blame them.
  538. You have to take it upon yourself and preserve and can foods that you’ll want for the winter.
  539. You have to think anyway, so why not think big?
  540. You have to think of your brand as a kind of myth. A myth is a compelling story that is archetypal, if you know the teachings of Carl Jung. It has to have emotional content and all the themes of a great story: mystery, magic, adventure, intrigue, conflicts, contradiction, paradox.
  541. You have to think of your career the way you look at the ocean, deciding which wave you’re gonna take and which waves you’re not gonna take. Some of the waves are going to be big, some are gonna be small, sometimes the sea is going to be calm. Your career is not going to be one steady march upward to glory.
  542. You have to train hard and be strong while staying flexible and limber, so I’m trying to find that balance.
  543. You have to transmit to them what it’s like being in the theater. And it has to come from somewhere inside you and not by being like what somebody did last year.
  544. You have to treat people gently because we’re all in a process. What might seem like a good idea to somebody at 21 is probably not going to seem like a good idea at 50, but you don’t know that until you get there.
  545. You have to understand that you are not making the film for yourself; you’re making it for the audience. If I am asking my audiences to buy tickets, I owe them the worth of their money, and I owe them entertainment.
  546. You have to understand your own personal DNA. Don’t do things because I do them or Steve Jobs or Mark Cuban tried it. You need to know your personal brand and stay true to it.
  547. You have to want to be married to someone. You have to feel that reciprocated. Marriage for marriage’s sake doesn’t make any sense to me, and I found someone with whom I could put my money where my mouth is, I guess.
  548. You have to work with people you really love.
  549. You have within you right now, everything you need to deal with whatever the world can throw at you.
  550. You have young men of color in many communities who are more likely to end up in jail or in the criminal justice system than they are in a good job or in college. And, you know, part of my job, that I can do, I think, without any potential conflicts, is to get at those root causes.
  551. You have your identity when you find out, not what you can keep your mind on, but what you can’t keep your mind off.
  552. You have your ideology and I have mine.
  553. You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.
  554. You hear a lot about God these days: God, the beneficent; God, the all-great; God, the Almighty; God, the most powerful; God, the giver of life; God, the creator of death. I mean, we’re hearing about God all the time, so we better learn how to deal with it. But if we know anything about God, God is arbitrary.
  555. You hear about actors being late and all that sort of stuff, but you never find that with an actor who’s directed, because an actor who’s directed understands all the problems your production is going through.
  556. You hit a certain age, and you haven’t died yet, and you become an elder statesman. I think I get a lot of applause because I’m not keeling over.
  557. You hit road blocks in life, but I’m living proof that you can overcome those road blocks and become what you want to become.
  558. You instinctively discover how to entertain an audience.
  559. You just can’t compare the WWE to anything else when it comes to sports entertainment. There is nothing like the WWE, nothing like this machine I am working for and I’m proud to work for.
  560. You just decide what your values are in life and what you are going to do, and then you feel like you count, and that makes life worth living. It makes my life meaningful.
  561. You just do what you can and you have as much fun as possible.
  562. You just don’t wake up one day and decide that you need to write songs.
  563. You just have to ensure that you make good films because audiences today have become picky and smart, and rightfully so.
  564. You just interviewed a potential new hire. You examined their culture fit, experience, skill sets, and beliefs. You decided to hire them! What are the next two steps you must take in order to set them up to delight your customers?
  565. You just let your lower self go, and then it takes on all these aspects of the society – the city with horns blowing, the people yelling things at each other, and the all-in-all violence and chaos of the city. Put that on stage with music, and that’s what this is.
  566. You just never know when you’re living in a golden age.
  567. You just remember back when you were watching as a kid and going, ‘Man, Sting’s so cool,’ and now I’m wrestling the guy. It’s breathtaking.
  568. You just wait. I’m going to be the biggest Chinese Star in the world.
  569. You just wrote a blog post and published a tweet promoting it. Should you share the post on Twitter again in the future?
  570. You knew how humiliating that is as an experience for celebrities to be less of a celebrity. There’s no class to adjust to being less famous, and you don’t think you have to worry about it. But you do.
  571. You know, 97 percent of the time, if you come into a hospital, everything goes well. But three percent of the time, we have major complications.
  572. You know a good board when you see one.
  573. You know, a statesman is a dead politician.
  574. You know all those young people watching Comedy Central love ‘Frasier.’
  575. You know an odd feeling? Sitting on the toilet eating a chocolate candy bar.
  576. You know, being a test pilot isn’t always the healthiest business in the world.
  577. You know capitalism is this wonderful thing that motivates people, it causes wonderful inventions to be done. But in this area of diseases of the world at large, it’s really let us down.
  578. You know, fame is a funny thing, man, especially, you know, actors, musicians, rappers, rock singers, it’s kind of a lifestyle and it’s easy to get caught up in it – you go to bars, you go to clubs, everyone’s doing a certain thing… It’s tough.
  579. You know, from age 17 on, my paycheck was coming from cooking and working in kitchens.
  580. You know how a fighter always comes into the dressing room way before a fight? That’s me – I’m like a fighter.
  581. You know how big love is? Love is big. love can hold anger; love can even hold hatred.
  582. You know how fighting fish do it? They blow bubbles and in each one of those bubbles is an egg and they float the egg up to the surface. They keep this whole heavy nest of eggs floating, and they’re constantly repairing it. It’s as if they live in both elements.
  583. You know how in every heist movie they get past the security cameras that show the hallway leading to the diamonds by jamming the screens with a fake signal of everything looking safe and quiet? Usually a guard coughs so they don’t notice the blip from switching to the bogus feed.
  584. You know how you either grow up in a Michael Jackson house or a Prince house? For me it was Michael Jackson. I could never decide whether I wanted to be Michael Jackson or marry him.
  585. You know, I became a director out of necessity. I was writing comedies, and I couldn’t find anybody to deliver it correctly.
  586. You know, I feel like my job is to write a book. Then filmmakers come and they make a movie. And they’re two really different art forms.
  587. You know, I have found out in the course of a long public life that the things I did not say never hurt me.
  588. You know, I like to climb trees and ride bikes and play.
  589. You know, I look like a woman but I think like a man. And in this world of business, that has helped me a lot. Because by the time they think that I don’t know what’s goin’ on, I then got the money, and gone.
  590. You know I love pot, and I love beer, but I am totally sober, just because it completely stopped working for me.
  591. You know, I love wearing heels. I wish I could wear them all the time, but, you know, my sport doesn’t really permit it.
  592. You know, I read graphic novels but not encyclopedically.
  593. You know, I still love the innocent parts of the game. I love hitting tennis balls. I love seeing the young guys do well. I’ll still have a lot of friends to watch. I’ll miss the relationships probably the most. As time passes, I’ll probably miss the tennis more.
  594. You know, I think it’s so ironic that we’re calling hard work, striving for excellence, don’t blame others, you know, don’t give up, that we’re calling these, quote, ‘Chinese values,’ ’cause I always thought of them as American values.
  595. You know, I think many people have the mistaken impression that Congress regulates Wall Street. In truth that’s not the case. The real truth is that Wall Street regulates the Congress.
  596. You know, I think that romance sort of coincides with effort, so you can fall flat on your face, but as long as you’re making a great effort, I think it comes off as romantic.
  597. You know, I think there are certain words like ‘illegitimate’ that should not be used to describe a person. And certainly, we have come far enough in our technology that our language can evolve, because it has an impact.
  598. You know, I was once named Minor League Player of the Year… unfortunately, I had been in the majors for two years at the time.
  599. You know, I would say that songwriting is something about the expression of the heart, the intellect and the soul.
  600. You know, if I listened to Michael Dukakis long enough, I would be convinced we’re in an economic downturn and people are homeless and going without food and medical attention and that we’ve got to do something about the unemployed.
  601. You know, if it weren’t for these fans, I wouldn’t have gotten as far as I did.
  602. You know, I’m gay and I grew up being aware of that at a very early age, in a fairly repressed family.
  603. You know, it is a terrible thing to appear on television, because people think that you actually know what you’re talking about.
  604. You know, it’s about getting out there and having a good time. Not about worrying – all these young books for women are like I’m 29 with a closet full of Prada shoes and I can’t get a date. Come on.
  605. You know, it’s ironic to me that Christians want to keep the Ten Commandments in our schools, because Christianity has abrogated four of the Ten Commandments. For example, the Sabbath day according to the Ten Commandments is Saturday, not Sunday. And the reason is because God rested, not because Jesus was resurrected.
  606. You know, let me be very clear. I supported Barack Obama originally.
  607. You know, Lincoln was funny. I don’t think F.D.R. was very funny. But Lincoln was funny. Lincoln was really funny. But I think you should get elected first, and then show that you’re funny.
  608. You know, London is so sprawling, and you can sometimes forget that anybody else is on a stage anywhere else.
  609. You know, ‘Mad Men’ is notoriously secretive with its plotlines, even with exposing them to actors on the show.
  610. You know me, I’m not that kind of person that cares to unveil all of my personal things to the world because frankly, in terms of my soccer, it doesn’t matter.
  611. You know most of the food that Americans hold so dear – things like hamburgers and hot dogs – were road food, but even before they were road food, they were peasant food.
  612. You know, most people really don’t know me.
  613. You know my dad pushed me to believe that I was going to be the best. I just never thought of life without tennis, even looking forward.
  614. You know, my faith is one that admits some doubt.
  615. You know, my main reaction to this money thing is that it’s humorous, all the attention to it, because it’s hardly the most insightful or valuable thing that’s happened to me.
  616. You know, Nirvana used to start rehearsals with the three of us just jamming. For, like, a half an hour, just noise and freeform crap – and usually it was crap. But sometimes things would come from it, and some songs on Nevermind came from that, and ‘Heart Shaped Box’ and stuff on ‘In Utero’ just happened that way.
  617. You know, not to sound corny or nuthin’, but I felt like a fighter comin’ up, man. I felt like, you know, I’m being attacked for this reason or that reason, and I gotta fight my way through this.
  618. You know, nothing is more important than education, because nowhere are our stakes higher; our future depends on the quality of education of our children today.
  619. You know, often films that are deemed positive, nobody wants to see them.
  620. You know, one of the things I like about this world, or at least I like about the way we’re presenting this world, is these issues are terribly complicated – not nearly as black and white as we’re led to believe.
  621. You know, one of the things I think you understand as president is you’re held responsible for everything, but you don’t always have control of everything, right?
  622. You know, one race will not be a survivor if the other one dies, and that’s something that we should think about.
  623. You know, one wonderful thing that came out of my Enquirer experience is that, in my case, it was ruled tabloids are magazines. Which means they didn’t have the protection that a newspaper has.
  624. You know, parenting is so personal. And we’re all afraid that we didn’t quite get it right. And it feels like the stakes are so high. By we – what if we made a mistake?
  625. You know, photo conversations are replacing verbal conversations. I don’t know if that’s a bad thing. A photo is worth a thousand words.
  626. You know, ‘Project Runway’ was a really special show, and we had a great five seasons with it. We loved that show, and we loved the stories that it brought to Bravo and the creativity. And it was a magic five seasons.
  627. You know, religion itself, Eastern and Western, is divisive and quarrelsome anyway.
  628. You know that day after day of, Oh God what am I going to do with myself feeling? The fear of the emptiness that it implies keeps me going.
  629. You know that ISIS wants to go in and take over the Vatican? You have heard that. You know, that’s a dream of theirs, to go into Italy.
  630. You know the funny thing, I don’t get along with rich people. I get along with the middle class and the poor people better than I get along with the rich people.
  631. You know the good part about all those executions in Texas? Fewer Texans.
  632. You know, the men go to tea houses with the expectation that they will have a nice quiet evening and not read about it the next morning in the newspaper.
  633. You know the old saying: you win some, you lose some… and then there’s that little-known third category.
  634. You know the only people who are always sure about the proper way to raise children? Those who’ve never had any.
  635. You know, there are artists who are 35 and up that still make rap and that still works for them. I don’t know if I want to be that guy.
  636. You know, we’ve got so much on Bravo and coming up on Bravo, and I think we have so much more going on than ‘The Real Housewives.’ And I think ‘The Real Housewives’ is a great, you know, great addition to the portfolio. I think it brings a lot of viewers under our umbrella. And I think they stay and sample other shows.
  637. You know what? I feel my book is kind of pointless. I didn’t want to do a book, but rather than tell the same old stories over and over when my wife Angie and I are out at parties, I could just hand out a bunch of books, and she won’t have to hear them ever again.
  638. You know what I’m realizing? I always love a place if I like the movie I’m doing there. I’ve heard people say, ‘I hate Pittsburgh,’ and I’m like, ‘I love Pittsburgh so much!’ I loved what I was doing there, and I loved Austin for the same reason.
  639. You know what, I’m very attracted to someone who makes me laugh and is that charming. Really, I could be charmed by anyone. I’m just a sucker for somebody that is charming.
  640. You know what it is, the reason so many 18-year-olds, 19-year-olds are saying ‘Drive’ is their favorite movie is that ‘Drive’ is a 90-minute trip into what a lot of seventies filmmaking was. It encapsulates the best of a certain kind of style, and a style that a lot of people haven’t seen before, with the music and the way it’s edited.
  641. You know what I’ve always wanted to do? I’ve always wanted to put a lung in a suitcase and send it through an airport security check. In effect, the guard would be looking at an X-ray of a lung.
  642. You know what may be the oddest thing about being a star? Stars have an effect on people. It’s a responsibility, and it’s frightening.
  643. You know what my earliest memories are? Going from one burlesque town to another. My father was in burlesque.
  644. You know what they say, whitewater in the morning.
  645. You know what, we’re very skinny in our family.
  646. You know what’s funny to me? Attitude.
  647. You know, when cameras are rolling, improvisation doesn’t feel natural. The pressure is too great. You’re on a time schedule. You’ve got 60 crewmen.
  648. You know when people say, ‘How do you go from Kanye to Wiz Khalifa – that’s a downgrade.’ But the only question I can ask them is: ‘Have you ever dated Kanye? Because I have, and believe me, I did not downgrade at all. Not in any aspect, at all.’
  649. You know, when you don’t go on TV and talk about how many women you sleep with, some people in Hollywood, that are supposedly ‘in the know,’ start whispering that you’re gay. If I were gay, I wouldn’t be ashamed to admit it, but I’m not.
  650. You know, when you go to high school or, you know, when kids are younger and there’s not an understanding of differences. But I built up a very strong, thick skin.
  651. You know when you watch old movies, it’s always the small parts you remember, the character actors who come in like a breath of fresh air.
  652. You know when you’re 14 and terrified to talk to a girl? I didn’t suffer much from that. It seemed very natural to me to talk to girls.
  653. You know when you’re young and you see a play in high school, and the guys all have gray in their hair and they’re trying to be old men and they have no idea what that’s like? It’s just that stupid the other way around.
  654. You know when you’re young you think you will always be. As you become more fragile, you reflect and you realize how much comfort can come from the past. Hymns can carry you into the future.
  655. You know why Foo Fighters have been a band for 20 years? Because I’ve never really told anybody what I think of them. The last thing you ever want to do is go to therapy with your band.
  656. You know, without China there is no Wal-Mart and without Wal-Mart there is no middle class and lower class prosperity in the United States.
  657. You know, you can make a small mistake in language or etiquette in Britain, or you could when I was younger, and really be made to feel it, and it’s the flick of a lash, but it would sting, and especially at school where there’s not much privacy, and so on. You could, yes, undoubtedly be made to feel crushed.
  658. You know, you can only lead them from behind.
  659. You know, you can only throw in so many haymakers before one misses and you get knocked out.
  660. You know, you cut taxes for the rich sometimes and it sits in a bank account. You cut taxes for the middle class, they will spend the money.
  661. You know, you really can’t beat a household commodity – the ketchup bottle on the kitchen table.
  662. You know you’re a hopeless record nerd when your time travel fantasies always come around to how cool it would be to go back to 1973 and buy all the great funk and jazz and salsa records that came out that year on tiny obscure labels and are now really rare and expensive.
  663. You know you’ve become a brat when you have a room you like at the Bristol in Paris.
  664. You largely constructed your depression. It wasn’t given to you. Therefore, you can deconstruct it.
  665. You launched several new marketing campaigns and want to be notified if any of the campaigns lead to over a 10% increase in goal conversions on a given day. Which tool in Google Analytics would you use to set up this alert?
  666. You learn a lot about love before you ever get there. You learn at least as much about love from books as you do from watching your parents.
  667. You learn a lot about someone when you share a meal together.
  668. You learn a lot from traveling around.
  669. You learn about equality in history and civics, but you find out life is not really like that.
  670. You learn different things through fiction. Historians are always making a plot about how certain things came to happen. Whereas a novelist looks at tiny little things and builds up a sort of map, like a painting, so that you see the shapes of things.
  671. You learn from a conglomeration of the incredible past – whatever experience gotten in any way whatsoever.
  672. You learn their honesty, you learn their competitiveness. You learn a lot about a person. It’s not that they have to sink the putt and there’s a great deal of talent involved – but you do learn about how competitive a person is on the golf course, and frankly, how honest.
  673. You learn to speak by speaking, to study by studying, to run by running, to work by working; in just the same way, you learn to love by loving.
  674. You learn very quickly what people are so enamored with, and it’s not necessarily me.
  675. You leave home to seek your fortune and, when you get it, you go home and share it with your family.
  676. You let your team know that you need to start blogging on a consistent and frequent basis to start seeing the results that you’re looking for. They ask you what that means in a more numeric sense. How would you respond?
  677. You live and learn. At any rate, you live.
  678. You live in the image you have of the world. Every one of us lives in a different world, with different space and different time.
  679. You live, you learn.
  680. You look at guys on the court, man. You got this guy with this brand of shoe, and this guy with this brand – they’re just wearing the shoe. But it’s a whole different feeling when you got a shoe on, and it’s yours.
  681. You look at how many years you have left, and you start to think: ‘How many more films do I have in me?’
  682. You look in the mirror everyday and you see the same thing. As an entertainer, you wanna see something new.
  683. You lose your energy, you lose that excitement and it gets the audience up.
  684. You make a movie, and if somebody reads something into it, then great, more power to him.
  685. You make a ton of progress by making a ton of mistakes.
  686. You make ’em, I amuse ’em.
  687. You manage the campaigns for a baby stroller manufacturer that sells its products online and through large retailers. To calculate the total profits from these campaigns, you should:
  688. You manage the campaigns for a client that runs a wine tour business in Florence. The ads have stopped showing on Google. If the budget is limited, what might help make sure the ads show?
  689. You marry your friends when you stay with your friends. It’s hard enough to find a good roommate, let alone a good person you can live with and fall in love with at the same time. You might as well just take your roommate, if you can find one, and marry them.
  690. You may agree or not with Gaddafi’s political ideas, but no one has the right to question the existence of Libya as an independent state and member of the United Nations.
  691. You may apply a new Custom Channel Group retroactively to organize data that has been previously collected.
  692. You may be always victorious if you will never enter into any contest where the issue does not wholly depend upon yourself.
  693. You may come and go, but the real test is to see how long one can manage to stay in the game.
  694. You may delay, but time will not.
  695. You may have heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. There’s another day you might want to know about: Giving Tuesday. The idea is pretty straightforward. On the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, shoppers take a break from their gift-buying and donate what they can to charity.
  696. You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them.
  697. You may not have any extra talent, but maybe you are just paying more attention to what you are doing.
  698. You may not know your complete family history, but the reality is everyone has something, and as you get older, you start to worry about these things more. Health is not sort of like a 6-month project. Health is a lifetime accumulation of behaviors.
  699. You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you.
  700. You may think it was a very little thing, and in these days it seems to me like a trifle, but it was a most important incident in my life. I could scarcely credit that I, the poor boy, had earned a dollar in less than a day; that by honest work, I had earned a dollar. I was a more hopeful and thoughtful boy from that time.
  701. You may write me down in history with your bitter, twisted lines. You may trod me in the very dirt, but still, like dust, I’ll rise.
  702. You measure a democracy by the freedom it gives its dissidents, not the freedom it gives its assimilated conformists.
  703. You might analyze exact match impression share data to get an idea of:
  704. You might be asking too much if you’re looking for one vaccine for every conceivable influenza. If you have one or two that cover the vast majority of isolates, I wouldn’t be ashamed to call that a ‘universal vaccine.’
  705. You might be tough, but you can only be so tough for so long, you know what I mean? The brain can only take so much damage. The body can only take so much damage.
  706. You might choose to use preferred layouts for dynamic display ads if your client:
  707. You might get run over; you might get hit by lightning. I mean, who knows? Each day, there is a chance you might die. And there’s nothing wrong with that. Every living being on Earth is facing that same existential rift.
  708. You might not always get what you want, but you always get what you expect.
  709. You might not like that Facebook shares your political opinions with Politico, but are you really going to delete all the photos, all the posts, all the connections – the presence you’ve spent years establishing on the world’s dominant social network?
  710. You might try the gym from time to time. It really is something you can incorporate into your life pretty seamlessly.
  711. You might win some, you might lose some. But you go in, you challenge yourself, you become a better man, a better individual, a better fighter.
  712. You must be the change you wish to see in the world.
  713. You must capture and keep the heart of the original and supremely able man before his brain can do its best.
  714. You must develop personal contacts if you want to be successful.
  715. You must do the things you think you cannot do.
  716. You must first get along with yourself before you can get along with others.
  717. You must get engaged with people who are far less privileged than you. I think you must devote your time if not your resources… Because it is very, very important from the point of view of the development of our country.
  718. You must go deeper into Russia – 150 kilometres from Moscow or more, and look there. The kids are fed with cattle feed – people don’t get paid for half a year.
  719. You must live in the present, launch yourself on every wave, find your eternity in each moment.
  720. You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty.
  721. You must pay the price if you wish to secure the blessing.
  722. You must play boldly to win.
  723. You must show the world that you abhor fighting.
  724. You must stand for something! It does not have to be grand, but it must be a positive that brings light to someone else’s darkness.
  725. You must take action now that will move you towards your goals. Develop a sense of urgency in your life.
  726. You must take the compromise to win, or else nothing. That means: you race or you do not.
  727. You must trust and believe in people or life becomes impossible.
  728. You need a commitment which is long term and a commitment to leadership, because that’s the only way you build excellence.
  729. You need a good gardener and a good fisherman. The cook is not required.
  730. You need not wonder at my knowing all human languages; for, to tell you the truth, I also understand all the secrets of human silence.
  731. You need some insecurity if you’re an actor. It keeps the pot boiling. I haven’t yet started to think about retiring. I was shocked when I heard about Paul Newman retiring at age 82. Most actors just fade away like old soldiers.
  732. You need that guy like a giraffe needs strep throat.
  733. You need the audience to go on the ride with you. You can’t just isolate them.
  734. You need to be in the position where it is the cost of the fuel that actually matters and not the cost of building the rocket in the first place.
  735. You need to immediately need to find out whether people are viewing the new content that you just added today. Which of the following would be most useful?
  736. You need to live in a dome initially, but over time you could terraform Mars to look like Earth and eventually walk around outside without anything on… So it’s a fixer-upper of a planet.
  737. You need to overcome the tug of people against you as you reach for high goals.
  738. You never achieve success unless you like what you are doing.
  739. You never do a movie and not want it to work. You accept whatever it is. You have to, but nobody in their right mind would not want the movie to be getting talked about at the end of the year.
  740. You never know how much time you got.
  741. You never know what events are going to transpire to get you home.
  742. You never know what will happen. There is a thing called zeitgeist. You have to hit it.
  743. You never know what you will learn till you start writing. Then you discover truths you never knew existed.
  744. You never know what’s really going to hit.
  745. You never really know why you become an actor: it’s a visceral thing, an emotional thing.
  746. You not supposed to feel down over whatever happen to you. I mean, you’re supposed to use whatever happen to you as some type of upper, not a downer.
  747. You notice how liberals keep saying, ‘If only Islam would have a Reformation’ – it can’t have one. It says it can’t. It’s extremely dangerous in that way.
  748. You only have power over people so long as you don’t take everything away from them. But when you’ve robbed a man of everything, he’s no longer in your power – he’s free again.
  749. You only live once, except for Shirley MacLaine.
  750. You own a bed and breakfast in southern France and want to target English-speaking tourists looking for accommodations after they’ve arrived in France. What language and location should you target?
  751. You own a pet-supply store with various category pages on your website, and you’ve set up a tracking template so you can manage tracking and redirect information. Your final URL for the keyword “dog treats” could be something like:
  752. You play it the way you always play it. You look for matchups, and you go through your progression, and you throw it to the guy who’s most open.
  753. You pray in your distress and in your need; would that you might also pray in the fullness of your joy and in your days of abundance.
  754. You probably don’t need more weapons than what’s required to destroy every city on earth. There’s only 2,300 cities. So, the United States, by that criteria, only needs 2,300 nuclear weapons – well, we’ve got more than 25,000!
  755. You put your heart and soul into something and it makes you a little bit vulnerable.
  756. You rarely see women being nice to each other on television anymore.
  757. You reach a point where you don’t work for money.
  758. You reach deep down and bring up what feels absolutely authentic to you as you move along with the book, but you don’t know everything about it. You can’t.
  759. You read some columnists in the newspapers; you have to wonder who they are really working for. You can see they have an agenda.
  760. You read through a blog post your colleague created and you realized it’s on more than one topic. Is this a good or bad thing?
  761. You ready? I have gold teeth, I have braids, I’m wearing Rick Owens moon boots, I have rips in my denim, a biker vest, I love artsy girls, my favourite artists are Jimi Hendrix and John Lennon. I’m obsessed with being different.
  762. You really have to do something Bruce Banner-like to me to cause me to go into my righteous indignation mode.
  763. You receive an intelligence alert notifying you that there has been an unexpected spike in your traffic. Which of the following could be possible reasons for this spike?
  764. You recently read a great article about the importance of a quality mattress in preventing back problems and it reminds you of your client who owns several mattress stores. After reading the article, you:
  765. You recently set up a new AdWords campaign and you are interested in using Smart Goals to optimize your performance. Which of the following is a prerequisite to using Smart Goals?
  766. You remember where you were doing each scene. ‘Oh my God, it was so hot that day.’ It’s kind of cool to see a movie that you haven’t seen in a long time and reflect on that stuff.
  767. You say it is the good cause that hallows even war? I say unto you: it is the good war that hallows any cause.
  768. You see a woman, 22 years old, going out with a guy over 60 – and it’s kind of natural. But if it happens in the opposite direction everyone says, ‘What is going on there?’
  769. You see, God helps only people who work hard. That principle is very clear.
  770. You see, I am trying in all my stories to get the feeling of the actual life across – not to just depict life – or criticize it – but to actually make it alive. So that when you have read something by me, you actually experience the thing. You can’t do this without putting in the bad and the ugly as well as what is beautiful.
  771. You see somebody on a football field make a great, athletic 70-yard run, but the athleticism is immeasurable. It’s undoubtedly athletic, but compared to somebody else who did something else, how do you compare it? That’s the great part of track and field. It’s a test, but with results that you can compare to others.
  772. You see things; and you say ‘Why?’ But I dream things that never were; and I say ‘Why not?’
  773. You see women struggling to keep it all together while a loved one is in jail. But we don’t hear about them or their struggles in a way that resonates with others. Their stories are so compelling. It’s as if they are in their own little world and no one else sees them.
  774. You sell chocolate and want to tailor your text ads so they more directly match people’s search terms, like “dark chocolate.” You use keyword insertion code “We sell {KeyWord:Chocolate}”. Your headline could look like this:
  775. You sell video games and want people who play mobile gaming apps to know about your store. What’s one benefit of promoting your products with a mobile apps campaign on the Display Network?
  776. You shall find out how salt is the taste of another man’s bread, and how hard is the way up and down another man’s stairs.
  777. You shall, I question not, find a way to the top if you diligently seek for it; for nature hath placed nothing so high that it is out of the reach of industry and valor.
  778. You shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you mad.
  779. You should always take a religion at its best and not at its worst, from its highest teachings and not from the lowest practices of some of its adherents.
  780. You should be able to choose which hospital you go to.
  781. You should be accumulating really great relationships throughout your career.
  782. You should feel good about yourself because of your accomplishments. Not because somebody yelled at you to feel good about yourself.
  783. You should hurry up and acquire the cigar habit. It’s one of the major happinesses. And so much more lasting than love, so much less costly in emotional wear and tear.
  784. You should know how to take care of yourself. That’s one of the things that I got from my mother most – she always said that if you don’t take care of yourself, no one will.
  785. You should never be afraid of looking athletic or building too much muscle.
  786. You should never give up your inner self.
  787. You should never wear a baseball cap when working in close quarters in the attic: You never see that beam above you!
  788. You should not be defined by one bad performance.
  789. You should not have taken advantage of my sensibility to steal into my affections without my consent.
  790. You should not quarrel with your neighbour, for he will remain where he is, but your high handedness will become the talk of the people.
  791. You should see what our Founding Fathers used to say to each other and in the early part of our nation. But what they were able to do, especially in Philadelphia in 1787, four months, they argued about what a House should be, what a Senate should be, the power of the president, the Congress, the Supreme Court. And they had to deal with slavery.
  792. You should treat every component of an email as a call-to-action.
  793. You should use an inline thank you message if you want to give more information to your new lead.
  794. You should use multiple ad groups when you want to:
  795. You shouldn’t eat anything new on race days. Eat simple foods, and ones that you can easily digest.
  796. You signed 3 new clients, each with an existing AdWords account. What’s the best way to manage these accounts?
  797. You simply have to accept that your demons are a part of you.
  798. You specialize in something until one day you find it is specializing in you.
  799. You spend your life having lessons, practising and competing as an amateur, and working during the day. As you get to the top end of the amateur field, you try not to work anymore; you earn your living through dancing, maybe by doing a bit of teaching. It’s an ongoing life’s work.
  800. You stand out in the crowd only because you have these many, many carrying you on their shoulders.
  801. You still have Top 40 radio now, but it’s 40 different stations. There aren’t many hits that everybody knows, and there aren’t many real superstars.
  802. You take some creative license when you make a movie, and things can be a little bit different.
  803. You take the best ingredients – the best cocoa beans – and you process them in the best traditional way, and you have the best chocolate.
  804. You talk all the time about being connected, being a unit, believing in each other. But if you have unnamed sources, people out there cutting you down, and then you find out it’s the person calling the plays – that would be really hard to deal with, to look at him the same way.
  805. You teach a child to read, and he or her will be able to pass a literacy test.
  806. You tell me one other person that graduated from Yale that is as inarticulate as Bush. Yale’s a great school, and here’s this idiot.
  807. You tell me that ‘Date Night’ was good? I’m not going to see it. I will debate you on it, having no knowledge of the footage in the film. I was next to someone on the plane watching it, and they were dozing off.
  808. You think I can be the MVP without practicing?
  809. You think in a different way when you don’t have any money. The joy of poverty is that you use your imagination to come up with stuff.
  810. You think intercourse is a private act; it’s not, it’s a social act. Men are sexually predatory in life; and women are sexually manipulative. When two individuals come together and leave their gender outside the bedroom door, then they make love.
  811. You think of movies like ‘Midnight Run’ and ’48 Hours’, those are great movies, especially ‘Midnight Run.’
  812. You think the world was shocked when Nixon resigned? Wait till I whup George Foreman’s behind.
  813. You throw batting practice, you warm up pitchers, you sit and cheer. You do whatever you have to do to stay on the team.
  814. You throw your best punch, otherwise don’t do it.
  815. You travel with the hope that something unexpected will happen. It has to do with enjoying being lost and figuring it out and the satisfaction. I always get a little disappointed when I know too well where I’m going, or when I’ve lived in a place so long that there’s no chance I could possibly get lost.
  816. You treat a lady like a dame, and a dame like a lady.
  817. You troll me, I’m going to troll you.
  818. You try to do what you can to bring harmony wherever you go.
  819. You try to figure out the best way to throw the shot put, or the perfect way to long jump, and you don’t ever get it. You just chip away, chip away, chip away as time goes on.
  820. You try to find things that are challenging and interesting and hopefully it will be the same to the audience.
  821. You use a glass mirror to see your face; you use works of art to see your soul.
  822. You used to think the suspect was the guy with the cornrows; now you see the police officers with the cornrows.
  823. You wanna do a lot of backstory for your character – as an actor, you wanna research that. But on the show, it’s fun to remain in that naive place as you go along, and be able to continue to discover things about your character as the writers come up with them.
  824. You want to be excited about what you’re doing. So whenever I get tired, I think, ‘Would ten-year-old Adam be pretty stoked on what I’m doing and what’s happening?’ So I just live my life as if I’m using my ten-year-old brain.
  825. You want to do work that is remembered, you want to be a part of something that’s remembered.
  826. You want to ensure people can do it right 99 percent of time. When we have to fire one of our surgical trainees, it is never because they don’t have the physical skills but because they don’t have the moral skills – to practise and admit failure.
  827. You want to generate leads with your AdWords campaign by encouraging people to fill out an interest form on your website. What do you need to know to measure return on investment (ROI) for this campaign?
  828. You want to give me chocolate and flowers? That would be great. I love them both. I just don’t want them out of guilt, and I don’t want them if you’re not going to give them to all the people who helped mother our children.
  829. You want to have fun with your kids, and no one has fun with someone who runs roughshod.
  830. You want to improve your customer experience processes and your products to ensure you?re focused on delight. Which should you do to get the largest, most representative sample?
  831. You want to know the way to raise money? Put a transaction fee on Wall Street, so maybe we can curb some of the speculation and raise some money.
  832. You want to post a picture of your office Halloween party to your company’s Facebook page, but your boss tells you it’s unprofessional and will cast your business in a negative light. Is your boss correct?
  833. You want to prevent your ads from appearing for certain search terms. How would you do it?
  834. You want to see how raising your client’s target cost-per-acquisition (CPA) might affect his ad performance. Which tool could help?
  835. You want to use AdWords to promote your dog-sitting service. What kind of campaign might you create to reach dog owners, whether they’re searching on Google or surfing a pet-supply website?
  836. You were just hired as the social media marketer and want to learn more about your Twitter audience. What can help you do this?
  837. You will always be fond of me. I represent to you all the sins you have never had the courage to commit.
  838. You will be better advised to watch what we do instead of what we say.
  839. You will find as you grow older that courage is the rarest of all qualities to be found in public life.
  840. You will find truth more quickly through delight than gravity. Let out a little more string on your kite.
  841. You will, I am sure, agree with me that… if page 534 only finds us in the second chapter, the length of the first one must have been really intolerable.
  842. You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of. You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life.
  843. You will never do anything in this world without courage. It is the greatest quality of the mind next to honor.
  844. You will never exaggerate when you speak good things of God. It is not possible to do so. Try, dear brethren, and boast in the Lord.
  845. You will never know the feeling of a driver when winning a race. The helmet hides feelings that cannot be understood.
  846. You will not be punished for your anger, you will be punished by your anger.
  847. You will often be in despair. You will sometimes think it’s the worst decision in your life. That’s fine. That’s not a sign your marriage has gone wrong. It’s a sign that it’s normal; it’s on track. And many of the hopes that took you into the marriage will have to die in order for the marriage to continue.
  848. You work for a marketing services agency named Inbound Corporation that helps people do better inbound marketing. One of your buyer persona’s primary interests is getting more traffic to their site. Which would most likely be an effective awareness stage offer getting your persona’s attention?
  849. You work for a travel agency and need to write your next blog post. What topic should you write about to attract families that have never heard of you and are looking to take a vacation?
  850. You would advise a client that’s launching a new product line to advertise on the Google Display Network because she can:
  851. You would be amazed at the number of doors a Nobel Prize opens.
  852. You would choose to advertise on the Google Display Network if you wanted to:
  853. You would choose to advertise on the Google Search Network if you wanted to:
  854. You would think that a rock star being married to a supermodel would be one of the greatest things in the world. It is.
  855. You wouldn’t find a Joni Mitchell on ‘X Factor;’ that’s not the place. ‘X Factor’ is a specific thing for people that want to go through that process – it’s a factory, you know, and it’s owned and stitched-up by puppet masters.
  856. You wouldn’t have the same art on the walls at every restaurant or the same waiter uniforms. Neither should you have the same service style at every restaurant.
  857. You wouldn’t want to be called a sell-out by selling a product. Selling out was frowned on, whereas now you can major in it at business school.
  858. You write a book and you finish the book. That’s your job done, right? You win the Booker and you have a whole new job. You have to be the thing, right? So instead of writing the story, you somehow are the story. And that I found that sort of terrible.
  859. You write a book and you hope somebody will go out and pay $24.95 for what you’ve just said. I think books were my salvation. Books saved me from being miserable.
  860. You write a lot of books; you hope you get better.
  861. You, yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.
  862. You’d be surprised how much it costs to look this cheap!
  863. You’d have a hard time finding anything better than Barcelona for food, as far as being a hub. Given a choice between Barcelona and San Sebastian to die in, I’d probably want to die in San Sebastian.
  864. You’d like people to remember you for these great times on the ice. In reality, you want them to forget because you’re doing something new and better.
  865. You’ll find boredom where there is the absence of a good idea.
  866. You’ll never catch a man if you let him think you are too smart.
  867. You’ll never do a whole lot unless you’re brave enough to try.
  868. You’ll never have a quiet world till you knock the patriotism out of the human race.
  869. You’ll see Dame Judi Dench in a Bond film, in Shakespeare and then starring in her own sitcom. You never see that here with Meryl Streep.
  870. You’ll see more and more perfection of that – computer as servant. But the next thing is going to be computer as a guide or agent.
  871. You’ll very rarely find that you can enhance a performance to give it a real emotional centre and truth… after the fact.
  872. Young children seem to be learning who to share this toy with and figure out how it works, while adolescents seem to be exploring some very deep and profound questions: ‘How should this society work? How should relationships among people work?’ The exploration is: ‘Who am I, what am I doing?’
  873. Young love is wild and outrageous, laughing at moderation and blinding us to common sense.
  874. Young men, hear an old man to whom old men hearkened when he was young.
  875. Young men, trust God, and make the future bright with blessing. Old men, trust God, and magnify him for all the mercies of the past.
  876. Young people are fitter to invent than to judge; fitter for execution than for counsel; and more fit for new projects than for settled business.
  877. Young people are often asked, ‘What do you want to be when you grow up?’ and given advice about how to lead meaningful adult lives, but where’s the encouragement to lead meaningful lives right now?
  878. Young people can create beautiful things.
  879. Young people, some of whom are not born into the faith, are being fired up by preachers using basic Islamic scripture and mobilized to wage jihad by radical imams who represent themselves as legitimate Muslim clergymen.
  880. Young players need freedom of expression to develop as creative players… they should be encouraged to try skills without fear of failure.
  881. Youngsters have got to stop thinking about becoming the next Zuckerberg. It’s a trillion-to-one chance. What they need is mater and pater to say, ‘Get a job, son.’
  882. Youngsters of the age of two and three are endowed with extraordinary strength. They can lift a dog twice their own weight and dump him into the bathtub.
  883. Your ad can show on the Google Search Network when someone searches for terms that are similar to your:
  884. Your ad can show to a user when your targeted language matches:
  885. Your ad is live on Google search, and you want to continue to check it over time to see if it is still running. Why is it advised that you use the AdPreview and Diagnosis took, instead of doing searches to find your ad on Google.com?
  886. Your artistry is a muscle that needs to be exercised, so if all you are doing is auditioning, you’ll never get the satisfaction of fulfilling the need to play the part.
  887. Your average bid is US$10 and you’ve enabled enhanced cost-per-click bidding (ECPC). Assuming you haven’t set any bid adjustments, ECPC can raise your bid to which amount when AdWords sees an auction that’s more likely to lead to a sale?
  888. Your best T-shirt should be like your bed; it just feels like you are home when you are in it.
  889. Your body is spewing off millions of data points a second.
  890. Your boss asks you to do some reporting on your email performance from last quarter. Which email metric can you ignore?
  891. Your boss asks you to explain what the purpose of Google’s ranking and indexing algorithms are. How do you best explain this?
  892. Your boss is interested in getting results fast and asks you to purchase a list of email addresses to send your marketing messages. What should you tell your boss?
  893. Your boss tells you that you need to double the number of NEW visitors to your site next month. In order to accomplish this feat, you decide to create a new piece of content. Which of the following content formats would be MOST likely to help you achieve your goal?
  894. Your boss wants a report on the success of your blog. What information should you NOT analyze
  895. Your boss wants you to blog primarily about your company, its services and various corporate events. What is your response?
  896. Your business objective is to maximize the number of sales through your website. Which of the following metrics would most directly help you measure performance against this objective?
  897. Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of Life’s longing for itself. They came through you but not from you and though they are with you yet they belong not to you.
  898. Your client Alexa, who sells wedding accessories, is running a text ad on the Display Network. What might Google automatically include in her ads?
  899. Your client Ali has a car dealership. She wants to reach people who are actively researching electric cars and ready to buy one. Which type of targeting would you recommend?
  900. Your client Anna wants to increase the reach and visibility of her ads. Which bidding strategy would you recommend?
  901. Your client Christina wants to drive traffic to her site. She has return–on–investment goals and is already using AdWords conversion tracking. Which bidding strategy would you recommend?
  902. Your client gets more conversions from ads that appear to people in Tokyo. What actions should you take to try and increase the number of conversions for this client?
  903. Your client has a cupcake shop in a hard–to–find alley in San Francisco. She’s advertising on the Display Network. What’s the best way to help people find her?
  904. Your client has a Mexican restaurant and wants to increase brand awareness in the local community. What type of ad would you create to help reach your client’s goal?
  905. Your client is interested in switching from TV, print, and radio advertising. What are the return on investment (ROI) benefits of online advertising campaigns over traditional media advertising?
  906. Your client is interested in switching from TV, print, and radio advertising. What are the return on investment (ROI) benefits of online advertising campaigns?
  907. Your client Kevin works for a retailer that sells eco–friendly products. He wants to attract an audience with an established interest in his message. What type of targeting would you recommend?
  908. Your client mentions he has some concerns about implementing a Google Search campaign. Which is a good example of clarifying the client’s concerns?
  909. Your client noticed last month that his ad often showed up beside another advertiser’s ad for the same search terms. How can you help your client understand how he is performing compared to other advertisers?
  910. Your client noticed that his ad was disapproved for editorial reasons. Why is it important for him to understand and abide by Google’s advertising policies?
  911. Your client sells gardening supplies online. You suggest she use sitelinks because they can:
  912. Your client wants to improve her ad position. What would you recommend?
  913. Your client wants to improve his ad positioning. You recommend that one way he can do this is by increasing his bid amount. Why is it a good idea to also explain to your client how this will benefit him?
  914. Your client wants to increase the number of people visiting his website. When analyzing the data for his Search campaign, which metric do you most want to improve?
  915. Your client wants to place image and video ads on a wide variety of websites so people will see them while browsing those sites. Which type of AdWords campaign would be best for that?
  916. Your client wants to reach customers who are browsing content relevant to the company’s keywords and highly likely to buy their products. You recommend using the Search Network with Display Select because the Display option:
  917. Your client wants to reach new parents with ads for organic baby food. What kind of targeting would you recommend?
  918. Your client wants to show ads to people who’ve visited her website before. Which AdWords feature would you recommend she use?
  919. Your client who sells sports shoes might choose to target a custom affinity audience if he wants to:
  920. Your client’s campaign is consistently meeting its average daily budget. What should you do to maximize your client’s budget throughout all hours of the day?
  921. Your client’s campaign is getting a lot of clicks, but the conversion rate is low. Which approach could help improve your client’s conversion rate?
  922. Your client’s product costs US$50 to produce, and it sells for US$150. She’s sold 10 units and spent US$700 on her AdWords campaign. How would you calculate her return on investment (ROI) to help her understand the benefit of using AdWords?
  923. Your company has decided to use an inbound approach to sales. Which of the following does NOT align with your company’s new inbound sales practices?
  924. Your company is growing and you want to scale the alignment between your Marketing and Sales teams. Which of the following is the BEST strategy to help achieve that alignment?
  925. Your company makes high-end LED light fixtures. You have two target audiences: architects who design commercial buildings and contractors who work on building renovations. You need to send a different email to each audience. Which of the following would be the most effective way to segment your list?
  926. Your company runs a holiday email campaign for the month of December to drive newsletter signups. Which of the following metrics would be the best indicator of the campaign’s success?
  927. Your company’s most valuable asset is how it is known to its customers.
  928. Your computer is on its last legs and you’re hoping to purchase a new one that suits your needs before your existing desktop model finally bites the dust. Since it’s been a while since you’ve purchased a computer, you’re not quite sure what your options are. Which stage of the buyer’s journey are you most likely in?
  929. Your conscious brain cannot multitask. If I’m speaking to you and checking my I-Phone at the same time, I’m doing neither. This is why our society is frazzled; this misconception that we can consciously do more than one thing at a time effectively.
  930. Your credit report should be 100% accurate, so make sure everything is entirely correct. If something doesn’t look right, dispute it.
  931. Your daily life is your temple and your religion. When you enter into it take with you your all.
  932. Your days are short here; this is the last of your springs. And now in the serenity and quiet of this lovely place, touch the depths of truth, feel the hem of Heaven. You will go away with old, good friends. And don’t forget when you leave why you came.
  933. Your decision to be, have and do something out of ordinary entails facing difficulties that are out of the ordinary as well. Sometimes your greatest asset is simply your ability to stay with it longer than anyone else.
  934. Your entire life only happens in this moment. The present moment is life itself. Yet, people live as if the opposite were true and treat the present moment as a stepping stone to the next moment – a means to an end.
  935. Your executive, finance and sales teams should be solving for and serving the customer.
  936. Your experiences will be yours alone. But truth and best friendship will rarely if ever disappoint you.
  937. Your fragile mind can’t have forgotten the terrifying technothriller series known ‘Scorpion’. Because it features the worst hacking scenes ever broadcast in any medium.
  938. Your friend is your needs answered.
  939. Your God is ever beside you – indeed, He is even within you.
  940. Your greatest asset is your earning ability. Your greatest resource is your time.
  941. Your head is not aerodynamically proportioned.
  942. Your heart can only take you so far – sometimes the physical body tells you otherwise.
  943. Your immune cells are like a circulating nervous system. Your nervous system in fact is a circulating nervous system. It thinks. It’s conscious.
  944. Your inner voice is the voice of divinity. To hear it, we need to be in solitude, even in crowded places.
  945. Your last word is another man’s target.
  946. Your life is the fruit of your own doing. You have no one to blame but yourself.
  947. Your life will be no better than the plans you make and the action you take. You are the architect and builder of your own life, fortune, destiny.
  948. Your living is determined not so much by what life brings to you as by the attitude you bring to life; not so much by what happens to you as by the way your mind looks at what happens.
  949. Your love is not outside; it is deep within you. You can never lose it, and it cannot leave you. It is not dependent on some other body, some external form.
  950. Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning.
  951. Your Multi-Channel Funnel reports have no data. What is the most likely reason?
  952. Your net worth to the world is usually determined by what remains after your bad habits are subtracted from your good ones.
  953. Your new client’s AdWords account has one campaign with one ad group that contains a list of hundreds of keywords. Which best practice should you follow when re–organizing this client’s keywords?
  954. Your opinion is not influenced by anyone when you’re alone at a matinee. It’s just you and the movie.
  955. Your ordinary acts of love and hope point to the extraordinary promise that every human life is of inestimable value.
  956. Your own mind is a sacred enclosure into which nothing harmful can enter except by your permission.
  957. Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding.
  958. Your personal history is a part of what happens with your hands and your head as you play music.
  959. Your political views really denote your spiritual views.
  960. Your problem is how you are going to spend this one odd and precious life you have been issued. Whether you’re going to spend it trying to look good and creating the illusion that you have power over people and circumstances, or whether you are going to taste it, enjoy it and find out the truth about who you are.
  961. Your problem is to bridge the gap which exists between where you are now and the goal you intend to reach.
  962. Your purpose is to make your audience see what you saw, hear what you heard, feel what you felt. Relevant detail, couched in concrete, colorful language, is the best way to recreate the incident as it happened and to picture it for the audience.
  963. Your representative owes you, not his industry only, but his judgment; and he betrays instead of serving you if he sacrifices it to your opinion.
  964. Your sacred space is where you can find yourself again and again.
  965. Your sales manager wants you to focus on explaining the value of your product or service in a way that helps your prospect identify with the pain you solve for. Which of the following is the MOST effective way to accomplish this?
  966. Your shoes have to match your belt. That’s rule number one for guys. You can’t put the brown shoes with the black belt. Or a brown belt with a black wristwatch. Just don’t do it! Also, I don’t like boots with suits. And when you wear sneakers, make sure they go with your shirt.
  967. Your silence will not protect you.
  968. Your success and happiness lies in you. Resolve to keep happy, and your joy and you shall form an invincible host against difficulties.
  969. Your success can’t be determined by your surname but only by your work.
  970. Your successes and happiness are forgiven you only if you generously consent to share them.
  971. Your text ad includes the phrase “Your friend has a crush on you, See more!”. Why could your ad be disapproved according to AdWords policies?
  972. Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.
  973. Your travel agency client is running a very targeted campaign to reach people who are visiting Paris on vacation and don’t live in France. What would be an effective way to target this client’s customers?
  974. Your true traveller finds boredom rather agreeable than painful. It is the symbol of his liberty – his excessive freedom. He accepts his boredom, when it comes, not merely philosophically, but almost with pleasure.
  975. Your village called… they want their idiot back.
  976. Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.
  977. Your VP of Sales thinks SLAs are unnecessary and does not support you taking the time to create one for your Marketing and Sales teams. How can you explain the benefit of an SLA in order to convince your VP of Sales it’s worth creating one?
  978. Your web property is “www.example.com”. You set up a destination goal of “/thankyou” and a Match Type of “Begins with”. Which of the following pages would trigger a goal conversion?
  979. Your whole life is on the other side of the glass. And there is nobody watching.
  980. Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it.
  981. Your work is to keep cranking the flywheel that turns the gears that spin the belt in the engine of belief that keeps you and your desk in midair.
  982. Your world is a living expression of how you are using and have used your mind.
  983. You’re a good man, Charlie Brown.
  984. You’re absolutely right: Bob Grant is a racist, Bob Grant is a bigot, he’s a despicable talk show host and I agree with that.
  985. You’re always going to have extremists in every religion.
  986. You’re always going to have terrorism.
  987. You’re always told by your publisher that you must only write one book a year and some years you should perhaps write none at all.
  988. You’re bad bad, but he(/she) is Great!
  989. You’re beautiful, like a May fly.
  990. You’re born. You suffer. You die. Fortunately, there’s a loophole.
  991. You’re building a company website from the ground up. What is the first thing that you should do?
  992. You’re confident, you’re going to the ring to fight, but there’s always that little thing where you’re thinking, ‘God.’ You’re nervous. But you have to embrace it and enjoy it.
  993. You’re currently targeting all inventory in one campaign through an “All products” group. How should you find campaign optimization opportunities?
  994. You’re dead if you aim only for kids. Adults are only kids grown up, anyway.
  995. ‘You’re fired’ was not a part of the deal. And when I went into the first board room, the very first one, I’m looking at these people, and I had to fire somebody, but we never thought in terms of the expression ‘You’re fired.’
  996. You’re going to die. You’re going to be dead. It could be 20 years, it could be tomorrow, anytime. So am I. I mean, we’re just going to be gone. The world’s going to go on without us. All right now. You do your job in the face of that, and how seriously you take yourself you decide for yourself.
  997. You’re going to face adversity. It’s not if – it’s when.
  998. You’re going to hurt, yes. You’re going to have tweaks and problems. But you’re a football player; you can play through those.
  999. You’re going to see relationships with technology across anything that’s brand. I don’t care if that’s in home or what you wear. I just think it’s a new fact of life.
  1000. You’re imperfect, and you’re wired for struggle, but you are worthy of love and belonging.
  1001. You’re in pretty good shape for the shape you are in.
  1002. You’re interviewing a potential new hire. They’re highly qualified for the job itself, but you want to make sure they’re also qualified to serve and delight your customers. Which quality is the most important to identify in order to ensure the employee would be equipped to delight your customers?
  1003. You’re just constantly battling this thing that is telling you, ‘I don’t think I can do it.’ I think we all have it. When you’re fresh and alert, you can easily put those doubts down. But when you’re tired, they easily come up to the surface.
  1004. You’re just left with yourself all the time, whatever you do anyway. You’ve got to get down to your own God in your own temple. It’s all down to you, mate.
  1005. You’re never going to get the amount of CO2 emitted to go down unless you deal with the one magic metric, which is CO2 per kilowatt-hour.
  1006. You’re never quite prepared for the inundation of stardom, or whatever you want to call it.
  1007. You’re never too old to start learning, and you’re never too young to aim high and achieve great things.
  1008. You’re never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child.
  1009. You’re not a slave to those test audiences.
  1010. You’re not going to say anything about me that I’m not going to say about myself. There’s so many things that I think about myself; if someone really wanted to get at me, they could say this and this and this. So I’m going to say it before they can. It’s the best policy for me.
  1011. You’re only as old as you feel, and I feel pretty young. I’ve got one gear, and till it gets reversed, I’m going all out.
  1012. You’re only worth as much as your promises are.
  1013. You’re reviewing the campaigns of a new client who wants to better promote his child daycare facility to parents researching childcare on their mobile devices. Currently, his ads include generic text about childcare. To optimize his ads for mobile, you might create an ad with:
  1014. You’re reviewing the paid & organic search report for a client who runs a Maui snorkeling tour business, and you see that her business appears only in organic search for queries such as “boat snorkeling tour” and “beachside snorkeling tour.” You can use this information to:
  1015. You’re right on the money with that. We’re all like detectives in life. There’s something at the end of the trail that we’re all looking for.
  1016. You’re setting up a dynamic remarketing campaign for your client who sells educational products. Which best practice should you follow?
  1017. You’re the account manager for a client who wants to increase reservations at her boutique hotel. You’ve been manually managing the bids for her campaigns, and you’re looking for ways to save time and optimize. How can you most effectively do this?
  1018. You’re the luckiest person in the entire world if you know what you really want to do, which I was lucky enough to know when I was very young. And you’re the luckiest person in the world if you can then make a living out of it.
  1019. You’re tracking conversions in a budget-constrained campaign. If you raise cost-per-click (CPC) bids within the budget constraint, which result is most likely?
  1020. ‘You’re Ugly Too’ isn’t a comedy, but it has a lightness of touch with a hard edge. But it’s essentially a warm story tinged with a bit of melancholy in the great Irish tradition. I’m very proud of that film.
  1021. You’re unique. Just like everyone else.
  1022. You’re using target search page location bidding. You know it’s working because you see your ad:
  1023. You’re watching your kids playing football, and you’re not present. It’s like the worst… it’s horrible. I despise myself for it. I think it’s a particularly male thing. Being present and in the moment with your kids is something a lot of men struggle with.
  1024. You’re working on the bidding strategy for a Search Network campaign. If the cost-per-conversion for mobile is lower than for desktop, how might you optimize the bidding strategy to increase the number of conversions?
  1025. Youth condemns; maturity condones.
  1026. Youth culture now really looks back and embraces the past, but keeps it contemporary but not sticking to one particular style.
  1027. Youth is a blunder; Manhood a struggle, Old Age a regret.
  1028. Youth is a quality, not a matter of circumstances.
  1029. Youth is a wonderful thing. What a crime to waste it on children.
  1030. Youth is easily deceived because it is quick to hope.
  1031. Youth is happy because it has the ability to see beauty. Anyone who keeps the ability to see beauty never grows old.
  1032. Youth is not restored by the dyeing of your hair.
  1033. Youth is the best time to be rich, and the best time to be poor.
  1034. Youth is wasted on the young.
  1035. www.youtube.com/account
  1036. www.youtube.com/account_advanced
  1037. youtube.com/channel/UCt4t-jeY85JegMlZ-E5UWtA
  1038. youtube.com/user/ARYANTV1/
  1039. youtube.com/user/bbchindi
  1040. youtube.com/user/cnbcawaaz
  1041. youtube.com/user/DDNewsofficial
  1042. youtube.com/user/IndiaTV
  1043. youtube.com/user/itvnewsindia
  1044. youtube.com/user/Jantvrajasthan
  1045. youtube.com/watch?v=zhBl5DiJmLg
  1046. youtube.com
  1047. youtube.com/channel/UCb6yzSYsJmdoq6uou6hbLVQ
  1048. youtube.com/channel/UCr7-Lm0sufP78VYxCj37cTg?sub_confirmation=1
  1049. youtube.com/user/abpnewstv
  1050. YouTube is my first love.
  1051. YouTube Video sharing embed options list
  1052. YouTube’s new theme not supported in Internet Explorer
  1053. You’ve been doing inbound marketing for a while, but you decide to try out an inbound approach to sales for a week or two. When you turn on your computer the next morning, you see you already have a new inbound lead in your inbox. Woohoo! What is the FIRST thing you should do?
  1054. You’ve created a thank you page that you want to use to not only deliver the offer, but also move people farther through the buyer’s journey. What can you add to your thank you page to help guide a potential customer to the decision stage of the Buyer’s Journey?
  1055. You’ve done it in the simulator so many times, you don’t have a real sense of being excited when the flight is going on. You’re excited before, but as soon as the liftoff occurs, you are busy doing what you have to do.
  1056. You’ve got a guy in a cape and tights running around fighting crime 24-7; this is not normal. But it worked because the kids loved it and the adults laughed with it.
  1057. You’ve got the top 400 Americans owning more wealth than the bottom 150 million Americans. Most folks do not think that is right.
  1058. You’ve got to admire Sir Richard Branson. He is a completely different style of businessman to me, but you have got to admire what he has achieved.
  1059. You’ve got to be able to pay your bills; otherwise, you’re not going to sleep at night. But beyond that, the world inside my head has always been a far richer place than the world outside it. I suppose that a lot of my art and writing are meant to bring the two together.
  1060. You’ve got to be able to sell yourself.
  1061. You’ve got to be picky in this business – if you’re not, then I don’t think you have the option of longevity. You’ve got to be choosy and try and do something that’s outside of the box and dangerous. I love doing stuff that excites me, gives me that adrenalin rush.
  1062. You’ve got to exfoliate, you know?
  1063. You’ve got to experiment to figure out what works.
  1064. You’ve got to get to the stage in life where going for it is more important than winning or losing.
  1065. You’ve got to go out there and kill what you’re going to eat.
  1066. You’ve got to invest your own time, invest your own resources into creating a better world, not only for yourself but for the people you surround yourself with.
  1067. You’ve got to keep your finger on the pulse of what your audience is thinking, and know what they’ll accept from you.
  1068. You’ve got to look at the promises I kept. It’s not just talking about doing things: it’s doing them.
  1069. You’ve got to love what’s yours.
  1070. You’ve got to make yourself happy. I’m a happy person naturally.
  1071. You’ve got to take the hems down, especially past 50. I don’t care how good your legs are.
  1072. You’ve got to think about big things while you’re doing small things, so that all the small things go in the right direction.
  1073. You’ve just completed all your research on your new lead. Now it’s time to pick up the phone! What are the 4 guidelines to keep in mind when connecting with your leads over the phone?
  1074. You’ve just got to be comfortable with yourself.
  1075. You’ve just got to sing, do some kind of singing every day. Early mornings and cold weather can mess with that. I drink special teas with cayenne pepper, but I think you’re psyching yourself out, really.
  1076. You’ve just spent the past week creating a 25-page eBook. You want to be sure all your hard work pays off and the eBook works as an effective lead generation tool. Which of the following is MOST essential to leveraging that eBook to achieve your business goals?
  1077. You’ve probably heard the stories about how io9 got its name. And maybe you know that io9 co-founder Charlie Jane Anders and I were inspired by Kathy Keeton, whose groundbreaking magazine ‘Omni’ combined coverage of real science with science fiction. But what you probably don’t know is how unlikely it was that io9 ever succeeded at all.
  1078. You’ve seen my statements; I do very well. I don’t mind paying some taxes. The middle class is getting clobbered in this country. You know the middle class built this country, not the hedge fund guys, but I know people in hedge funds that pay almost nothing, and it’s ridiculous, OK?
  1079. You’ve set out to determine how a “sales-ready lead” is defined within your organization. Which factors are most important to identify in order to determine if a lead is “sales-ready” or not?
  1080. You’ve written two versions of a marketing email that differ based on their first paragraphs. Both get across your message, but you’re not sure which email version to use. Which of the following is the BEST way to determine which email is most effective?
  1081. Yu Na Kim, Mao Asada, Carolina Kostner – all these girls can do triple-triples in their sleep, and they have the skating skills and the spins and the rest of the technical jumps. So I have to have that as well if I want to be able to call myself ‘competitive’ against them. And when I say ‘competitive,’ I mean I want to win.
  1082. Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space, may have had his charms, but he really couldn’t be considered hip.
  1083. Yogi Vemana University
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