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  1. If you look from my point of view, that’s what Christians strive for – love from God.
  2. If you look hard at it, if you look hard at the bleeding heart attitude to always throw money at issues, throw money at problems, what you’re in fact probably saying is you’re exercising a prejudicism of low expectations.
  3. If you look into your own heart, and you find nothing wrong there, what is there to worry about? What is there to fear?
  4. If you look – look at – I mean, look at what’s going on with your gasoline prices. They’re going to go to $5, $6, $7 and we don’t have anybody in Washington that calls OPEC and says, ‘Fellas, it’s time. It’s over. You’re not going to do it anymore.’
  5. If you look on Amazon – if you do a search for personal finance, there are literally 20,000 books written on personal finance, and there’s no real reason for it. I mean, personal finance is pretty simple.
  6. If you lose a big fight, it will worry you all of your life. It will plague you – until you get your revenge.
  7. If you lose sight of the smaller accomplishments, you end up with an imbalance in your life.
  8. If you love epic space opera, you shouldn’t miss ‘Interstellar’.
  9. If you love life, don’t waste time, for time is what life is made up of.
  10. If you love somebody, let them go, for if they return, they were always yours. And if they don’t, they never were.
  11. If you love what you do, if you love going to the office, if you really like it – not just say it, but really like it – it keeps you young and energised. I really love what I do.
  12. If you make a mistake, you should enjoy it.
  13. If you make action movies, the critics will savage you, and then your movies are outdated the following week with the new wave of special effects.
  14. If you make something with love and, you know, passion and you tell a real story, I think it will always find an audience somehow, you know.
  15. If you marry a man who cheats on his wife, you’ll be married to a man who cheats on his wife.
  16. If you must break the law, do it to seize power: in all other cases observe it.
  17. If you must hold yourself up to your children as an object lesson, hold yourself up as a warning and not as an example.
  18. If you nominate us for something, we’re going to win.
  19. If you only have a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail.
  20. If you paint a picture and I paint a picture, we each want to do it our own way. And we’ll stand or fall on whatever we did.
  21. If you paint, write, do mosaics, knit – if it’s solving that part of your brain saying, ‘I need to do this,’ you’ve won.
  22. If you pay your credit card off every month, get a rewards card. One that gives you airline miles or that will give you 1 percent cash back at least on every purchase.
  23. If you plan on being anything less than you are capable of being, you will probably be unhappy all the days of your life.
  24. If you play an instrument, it makes you a better singer. The more you play, the better you sing, the more you sing, the better you play.
  25. If you play the theatrics too much, you get in the way of your own cause.
  26. If you pour oil and vinegar into the same vessel, you would call them not friends but opponents.
  27. If you pretend to be good, the world takes you very seriously. If you pretend to be bad, it doesn’t. Such is the astounding stupidity of optimism.
  28. If you prick us do we not bleed? If you tickle us do we not laugh? If you poison us do we not die? And if you wrong us shall we not revenge?
  29. If you raise your children to feel that they can accomplish any goal or task they decide upon, you will have succeeded as a parent and you will have given your children the greatest of all blessings.
  30. If you read about Mussolini or Stalin or some of these other great monsters of history, they were at it all the time, that they were getting up in the morning very early. They were physically very active. They didn’t eat lunch.
  31. If you read history you will find that the Christians who did most for the present world were precisely those who thought most of the next. It is since Christians have largely ceased to think of the other world that they have become so ineffective in this.
  32. If you read the history of the national Socialist party, they’re all people who felt like life should have been better to them. They’re disappointed, vengeful, angry.
  33. If you realize that all things change, there is nothing you will try to hold on to. If you are not afraid of dying, there is nothing you cannot achieve.
  34. If you really love stuffing, wait until the turkey comes out of the oven, add some of the pan drippings to the stuffing, and bake it in a dish. That’s called dressing, and that’s not evil – stuffing is, though.
  35. If you really want to make a friend, go to someone’s house and eat with him… the people who give you their food give you their heart.
  36. If you really want to make a relationship work, at some point in time, you’re going to have to make some sacrifices and do some things that are a little bit uncomfortable.
  37. If you remember the ’90s, you weren’t there.
  38. If you represent a fantasy for the people who actually go to the cinema, they grab that and go with it; therefore, for the rest of their lives, they actually identify you with a certain thinking – a certain philosophy. There are many actors who want to pursue that same thought in real life as well, and that’s perfectly acceptable.
  39. If you resist reading what you disagree with, how will you ever acquire deeper insights into what you believe? The things most worth reading are precisely those that challenge our convictions.
  40. If you respect a language and culture, it shows in your work.
  41. If you reveal your secrets to the wind, you should not blame the wind for revealing them to the trees.
  42. If you see ten troubles coming down the road, you can be sure that nine will run into the ditch before they reach you.
  43. If you seek truth you will not seek victory by dishonorable means, and if you find truth you will become invincible.
  44. If you sense there must be more, there is more.
  45. If you smash a city when you’re trying to capture it, you actually end up providing the perfect terrain for the defenders while blocking the access for your own armoured vehicles.
  46. If you smile when no one else is around, you really mean it.
  47. If you speak your mind and if it is true what you’re saying, then I think the integrity of what you’re saying carries through.
  48. If you spend any time in Los Angeles, there’s only one topic of conversation.
  49. If you spend the first 30 years of your life only trying to look good, you’re not going to know yourself very well. If you got it, flaunt it.
  50. If you spend too much time thinking about a thing, you’ll never get it done.
  51. If you spend your life competing with business men, what do you have? A bank account and ulcers!
  52. If you stay true to your ideas, film-making becomes an inside-out, honest kind of process.
  53. If you stop and think about it, nearly all great humor is at the expense of someone or something.
  54. If you stretch tragedy, it will always become comedy. That’s the comedy that I like.
  55. If you stretch tragedy, it will always become comedy.
  56. If you stuck me in a room and gave me art-making tools but told me no one would ever see the results, I don’t think I’d have much desire to make art. What I do comes from a deep desire to be seen and to see others.
  57. If you study the writings of the mystics, you will always find things in them that appear to be paradoxes, as in Zen, particularly.
  58. If you suffer, thank God! It is a sure sign that you are alive.
  59. If you surrender completely to the moments as they pass, you live more richly those moments.
  60. If you take ‘Cheers’ and ‘Seinfeld’ and watch the early shows, they’re kind of awkward. It took a while for the writers and everything to gel.
  61. If you take something out of the freezer, it’s cold, but what happens when it melts? It’s a cool party, a cool person, a cool collection. What does that mean? I’m more interested in things that are uncool, things that have a certain individuality, a certain soul, a certain longevity, emotion, fragility.
  62. If you talk about Cabernet and Merlot-based value between $10 and $25, I will tell you that Bordeaux is the best value in the world.
  63. If you talk bad about country music, it’s like saying bad things about my momma. Them’s fightin’ words.
  64. If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart.
  65. If you tell me there’s something I can’t do, I’ll want to do it even more. Especially when it comes to entertaining.
  66. If you tell people where to go, but not how to get there, you’ll be amazed at the results.
  67. If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything.
  68. If you think about it, there aren’t that many women who are in their 40s, who are Jewish and funny and stage-worthy.
  69. If you think about photo sharing sites, the mobile photo sharing and social, there’s no competitive advantage, there’s no obvious business model, so I never play with anything like that. I avoid it like the plague.
  70. If you think aficionados of a living Constitution want to bring you flexibility, think again. You think the death penalty is a good idea? Persuade your fellow citizens to adopt it. You want a right to abortion? Persuade your fellow citizens and enact it. That’s flexibility.
  71. If you think and feel what you’re supposed to think and feel, hard enough, it’ll come out through your eyes – and the camera will see it.
  72. If you think back to the beginning of cell phones, laptops or really any new technology, it’s always expensive.
  73. If you think dealing with issues like worthiness and authenticity and vulnerability are not worthwhile because there are more pressing issues, like the bottom line or attendance or standardized test scores, you are sadly, sadly mistaken. It underpins everything.
  74. If you think in terms of a year, plant a seed; if in terms of ten years, plant trees; if in terms of 100 years, teach the people.
  75. If you think it’s going to rain, it will.
  76. If you think only of evil, then you become pessimistic and hopeless like Freud. But if you think there is no evil, then you’re just one more deluded Pollyanna.
  77. If you think squash is a competitive activity, try flower arranging.
  78. If you think the impossible, the incredible can come true.
  79. If you think you can slander a woman into loving you, or a man into voting for you, try it till you are satisfied.
  80. If you think you’re too small to have an impact, try going to bed with a mosquito.
  81. If you took your child to the dentist and check for cavities, the child likely won’t get them. If you take them just for emergency, that’s all they’re gonna get.
  82. If you travel to the States… they have a lot of different words than like what we use. For instance: they say ‘elevator’, we say ‘lift’; they say ‘drapes’, we say ‘curtains’; they say ‘president’, we say ‘seriously deranged git.’
  83. If you tried to give rock and roll another name, you might call it ‘Chuck Berry’.
  84. If you try and take a cat apart to see how it works, the first thing you have on your hands is a nonworking cat.
  85. If you try to protect yourself from pain, it becomes a stone in your heart. But the more you learn to face things, the more likely that stone can become a pearl.
  86. If you understand the universe, you control it, in a way.
  87. If you use a cell phone – as I do – your wireless carrier likely has records about your physical movements going back months, if not years.
  88. If you use Facebook – as I do – Facebook in all likelihood has a unique digital file of your face, one that can be as accurate as a fingerprint and that can be used to identify you in a photo of a large crowd.
  89. If you value a man’s regard, strive with him. As to liking, you like your newspaper – and despise it.
  90. If you walk into a room, and there is no one that’s not like you there, whether it’s a woman or a person of color, anyone that’s different from you, you should be able to say this is a problem. We need allies in that room to say that video, this room, this company, these ideas, this film, this whatever, this is not right – this is not good enough.
  91. If you want a free email service that doesn’t use your words to target ads to you, you’ll have to figure out how to port years and years of Gmail messages somewhere else, which is about as easy as developing your own free email service.
  92. If you want a guarantee, buy a toaster.
  93. If you want a love message to be heard, it has got to be sent out. To keep a lamp burning, we have to keep putting oil in it.
  94. If you want a player to serve and volley more, you need to teach them to do that more, how to move at the net.
  95. If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.
  96. If you want peace, you don’t talk to your friends. You talk to your enemies.
  97. If you want something bad enough and you work hard enough, anything’s possible.
  98. If you want something, it will elude you. If you do not want something, you will get ten of it in the mail.
  99. If you want the world to pay for projects, you have to be able to display why you’re worthy.
  100. If you want to be a writer, just write. There’s no magic to it.
  101. If you want to be an actor and you love acting, you can do it whether you’re doing something else or not. You can be connected with community theater or make your own little movies. But if you want to be a movie star, you’ve got a tough road ahead of you.
  102. If you want to be enthusiastic, act enthusiastic.
  103. If you want to bring an end to long-standing conflict, you have to be prepared to compromise.
  104. If you want to bring down the prices of healthcare and education, the answer will be more innovation, more technology, which will then have the effect of freaking everybody out and saying, ‘Oh, my God, you’re going to kill all the jobs.’
  105. If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea.
  106. If you want to conquer fear, don’t sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.
  107. If you want to control other people, first control yourself.
  108. If you want to direct people to specific pages on your website from your ad, you can create an ad that uses:
  109. If you want to do really important things in life and big things in life, you can’t do anything by yourself. And your best teams are your friends and your siblings.
  110. If you want to explore things you haven’t explored, having people who look just like you and think just like you is not the best way.
  111. If you want to gather honey, don’t kick over the beehive.
  112. If you want to get along with somebody, let them be right, and it will last longer.
  113. If you want to get rid of stuff, you can always do a good spring-cleaning. Or you can do what I do. Move.
  114. If you want to go to the mall, you have to take security. But it’s always cool. The kids are amazing.
  115. If you want to grow a giant redwood, you need to make sure the seeds are ok, nurture the sapling, and work out what might potentially stop it from growing all the way along. Anything that breaks it at any point stops that growth.
  116. If you want to have a good life, you should focus on your family, on your business, on your dog, on your fun, and you’ll have a good life.
  117. If you want to have a life that is worth living, a life that expresses your deepest feelings and emotions and cares and dreams, you have to fight for it.
  118. If you want to have a relationship, at some point you have to let yourself get caught.
  119. If you want to improve, be content to be thought foolish and stupid.
  120. If you want to know all about Andy Warhol, just look at the surface of my paintings and films and me, and there I am. There’s nothing behind it.
  121. If you want to know if your food contains gluten, aspartame, high fructose corn syrup, trans-fats or MSG, you simply read the ingredients listed on the label.
  122. If you want to know who your friends are, get yourself a jail sentence.
  123. If you want to know your true opinion of someone, watch the effect produced in you by the first sight of a letter from him.
  124. If you want to lift yourself up, lift up someone else.
  125. If you want to make peace with your enemy, you have to work with your enemy. Then he becomes your partner.
  126. If you want to open a supermarket chain and put your face all around the globe, selling your baby and your dog, if it makes you happy, who am I to disagree, as the song goes. But it’s not for me. I’ve always tried to keep my integrity and keep my autonomy.
  127. If you want to participate in life, you have to deny your identity.
  128. If you want to prioritize downloads of your mobile app instead of visits to your mobile site, you should:
  129. If you want to reach certain categories of apps with in–app display ads, or if you know the apps you want to target, you should:
  130. If you want to read about love and marriage, you’ve got to buy two separate books.
  131. If you want to remember me, organize!
  132. If you want to shine like a sun, first burn like a sun.
  133. If you want to target ads to only people who speak Spanish, you can:
  134. If you want to teach women to be great writers, you should show them the best, and the best was often done by men. It was more often done by men than by women, if we’re going to be truthful.
  135. If you want to track users and sessions across multiple domains, what must you set up?
  136. If you want total security, go to prison. There you’re fed, clothed, given medical care and so on. The only thing lacking… is freedom.
  137. If you want what you’re saying heard, then take your time and say it so that the listener will actually hear it. You might save somebody’s life. Your own, first.
  138. If you want your energy bills to go up, you should support an ever greater dependence on foreign oil, because the rate of new discoveries is declining as demand in China and India is growing, and the price of oil and thus the price of coal will go sky high.
  139. If you wanted to design a robot that could learn as well as it possibly could, you might end up with something that looked a lot like a 3-year-old.
  140. If you wanted to track what search terms customers used to find products on your website, what would you set up?
  141. If you watch animals objectively for any length of time, you’re driven to the conclusion that their main aim in life is to pass on their genes to the next generation.
  142. If you watch any John Hughes film of the eighties, that was my childhood experience.
  143. If you watch kids looking at something on television, even something that’s produced for them and is supposed to be funny, what you’ll notice is that they don’t laugh.
  144. If you wear a wig, everybody notices. But if you then dye the wig, people notice the dye.
  145. If you went to your closet today, would you pull out the same outfit you wore 10 or 15 years ago? You wear feelings and faith differently as well.
  146. If you were asked to modify the Home Page for a Company in order to describe the Company’s reputation, which of the following modules would best describe their reputation?
  147. If you were falling in love and you could go back in time and relive a day and see the banal things you did that you’d forgotten about, you’d weep, looking at that day.
  148. If you were successful, somebody along the line gave you some help… Somebody helped to create this unbelievable American system that we have that allowed you to thrive. Somebody invested in roads and bridges. If you’ve got a business – you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.
  149. If you were the President of the United States or the Queen of England – you couldn’t have a person who would be more protective than my mother was for me. Which meant really that I could dare to do all sorts of things.
  150. If you were to destroy the belief in immortality in mankind, not only love but every living force on which the continuation of all life in the world depended, would dry up at once.
  151. If you will have a person enslaved, the first thing you must do is convince yourself that the person is subhuman. The second thing you have to do is convince your allies so you’ll have some help, and the third and probably unkindest cut of all is to convince that person that he or she is subhuman and deserves it.
  152. If you wish to achieve worthwhile things in your personal and career life, you must become a worthwhile person in your own self-development.
  153. If you wish to be a writer, write.
  154. If you wish to forget anything on the spot, make a note that this thing is to be remembered.
  155. If you wish to have free access to the single market, then you have to accept the fundamental rights as well as obligation that come from it.
  156. If you wish to make a man look noble, your best course is to kill him. What superiority he may have inherited from his race, what superiority nature may have personally gifted him with, comes out in death.
  157. If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe.
  158. If you wish to preserve your secret, wrap it up in frankness.
  159. If you wish to strengthen your confidence in God still more, often recall the loving way in which He has acted toward you, and how mercifully He has tried to bring you out of your sinful life, to break your attachment to the things of earth and draw you to His love.
  160. If you work hard and perform well, it doesn’t matter whether you’re 20 or 40. People are going to follow, and you can go in there and run the show.
  161. If you work hard and play by the rules, this country is truly open to you. You can achieve anything.
  162. If you would ask me at 15 years old if I would have traded prosthetics for flesh and bone legs, I wouldn’t have hesitated for a second. I aspired to that kind of normalcy back then. But if you ask me today, I’m not so sure.
  163. If you would be loved, love, and be loveable.
  164. If you would convince a man that he does wrong, do right. Men will believe what they see.
  165. If you would have a faithful servant, and one that you like, serve yourself.
  166. If you would have your son to walk honourably through the world, you must not attempt to clear the stones from his path, but teach him to walk firmly over them – not insist upon leading him by the hand, but let him learn to go alone.
  167. If you would know the value of money, go and try to borrow some.
  168. If you would lift me up you must be on higher ground.
  169. If you would not be forgotten as soon as you are dead, either write something worth reading or do things worth writing.
  170. If you would take, you must first give, this is the beginning of intelligence.
  171. If you wrote a novel in South Africa which didn’t concern the central issues, it wouldn’t be worth publishing.
  172. If you’d have said Evangelical in 1957, most people wouldn’t know what you were talking about. And then, they’d be against it.
  173. If you’d like your ads to show on certain sites across the Internet, you can add these websites as:
  174. If your ad serving option is set to “optimize” and there are multiple variations of your text ads within the same ad group, AdWords will:
  175. If your campaign is opted into show ads on the Google Display Network, and your Display Network ads have a lower CTR than your existing search ads – how will this impact the quality score of your search campaign?
  176. If your campaign is running on the Display Network, your ads:
  177. If your campaign’s daily budget is US$20, how much of your budget can be spent to show your ads on certain days, based on fluctuations in traffic?
  178. If your client runs a car dealership and wants to increase brand awareness among auto enthusiasts, which bidding type would you suggest?
  179. If your client wants a specific reach for a specific price on YouTube, you should use:
  180. If your client wants to pay only when someone views an ad, you should use:
  181. If your content is focused on different solutions to your buyer persona’s problem, where would that content fit into the Buyer’s Journey?
  182. If your culture doesn’t like geeks, you are in real trouble.
  183. If your dream is only about you, it’s too small.
  184. If your enemy needs a friend, buy him a dog.
  185. If your heart is a volcano, how shall you expect flowers to bloom?
  186. If your last name is Christ, don’t name your son Jesus.
  187. If your life just falls apart early on, you can put it together again. It’s the people who are always on the brink of crisis who don’t hit bottom who are in trouble.
  188. If your life were a book and you were the author, how would you want your story to go? That’s the question that changed my life forever.
  189. If your man is a sports enthusiast, you may have to resign yourself to his spouting off in a monotone on a prize fight, football game or pennant race.
  190. If your project doesn’t work, look for the part that you didn’t think was important.
  191. If you’re a digital startup, building and highlighting your social proof is the best way for new users to learn about you.
  192. If you’re a game company, you want to create a singular gaming experience, and part of that is doing stuff that nobody else is doing. If you’re trying to create a game that feels different, you’re going to create a lead that feels different. It’s not going to be just another white guy.
  193. If you’re a global company you are going to have jobs overseas. The reality is if we start taxing those jobs at a rate that makes them noncompetitive in those markets, the reality is that we’re going to lose business.
  194. If you’re a guy, you should get girls flowers all the time. They never get old and you can never get them enough. I’m never disappointed when I get flowers. I always thought guys who don’t buy women flowers are such fools. All it takes is one. A little goes a long way with flowers.
  195. If you’re a human being, you can attempt to do what other human beings have done. We don’t understand talent any more than we understand electricity.
  196. If you’re a novelist, as I am in real life, you’re usually so desperate for any kind of feedback.
  197. If you’re a person struggling to eat and stay healthy, you might have heard about Michael Jordan or Muhammad Ali, but you’ll never have heard of Bill Gates.
  198. If you’re a plumber, you plumb. I’m an actor. I act.
  199. If you’re a preacher, you talk for a living, so even if you don’t make sense, you learn to make nonsense eloquently.
  200. If you’re a preacher’s kid, you see the church differently.
  201. If you’re a prosecutor, and you believe the defendant is guilty, you only talk about ultimate truth, but not intermediate truth. If you’re the defense attorney, you care deeply about intermediate truth, but you tend to neglect ultimate truth.
  202. If you’re a writer, you’re always working.
  203. If you’re an actor, you have to find a way to make peace with all the media attention.
  204. If you’re an artist, it’s OK to put your money into your art. The advantage, in hindsight, is that you become the film, and the film becomes you; you breathe it.
  205. If you’re an athlete and you completely focus on the body, you’re missing other components. Similarly, if you’re trying to broaden your mind but not also being attentive to your sense of humour and your spirit, then you’re not going to grow and develop so fast.
  206. If you’re calling yourself a maverick and you’re not Dirk Nowitzki, then you are probably not one. In fact, this rule applies to anyone declaring themselves a ‘God-fearing Christian’ or a ‘Man of the people.’
  207. If you’re climbing big routes that’ll take you 16 hours, or, like, El Capitan, you have to take something like a big, robust sandwich. Climbing isn’t like running or triathlons, where you have to constantly be eating blocks, gels, and pure sugar. Climbing is relatively slow, so you can pretty much eat anything and digest it as you climb.
  208. If you’re conservative in Hollywood, you’re on a list of people who need to be put in their place.
  209. If you’re considering a Display Network campaign and want to estimate the reach of different targeting options, you’d use:
  210. If you’re constantly making business decisions on behalf of your investors first, ultimately you’re going to wear down your other stakeholders. It’s going to be potentially hurtful for your employees and your customers and the community you do business with.
  211. If you’re currently using text, display, and video ads but also want to more specifically control spending on ads that appear when someone searches on Google, which additional campaign type would you choose?
  212. If you’re designing out of a purely creative place, not thinking of the girl, then the consumer’s not going to take notice.
  213. If you’re doing a biography, you try to stay as accurate as possible to reality. But you really don’t know what was going on in the person’s mind. You just know what was going on in the minds of people around him.
  214. If you’re doing black music, you should have a core understanding of where that comes from, and the fundamentals – so you’re not some bozo thinking you’re doing something new.
  215. If you’re doing something outside of dominant culture, there’s not an easy place for you. You will have to do it yourself.
  216. If you’re doing your best, you won’t have any time to worry about failure.
  217. If you’re dumb dont talk so you can at least seem smart. Till you forget and say something stupid.
  218. If you’re from Virginia, then you know some white people from Poquoson don’t like black people.
  219. If you’re functional, it doesn’t matter if you’re mad.
  220. If you’re going through hell, keep going.
  221. If you’re going to act and do this for a living, you want to play something that the audience didn’t expect.
  222. If you’re going to be a good and faithful judge, you have to resign yourself to the fact that you’re not always going to like the conclusions you reach. If you like them all the time, you’re probably doing something wrong.
  223. If you’re going to be honest with yourself, you have to admit that you go into show business wanting people to talk about you and wanting everyone to know who you are. But that also means there are going to be a whole bunch of people who don’t like you. No matter who you are.
  224. If you’re going to be thinking, you may as well think big.
  225. If you’re going to call a book ‘The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History,’ readers will expect some serious carrying on about race, and Thomas Woods Jr. does not disappoint.
  226. If you’re going to do something, you’re going to do it to be the best.
  227. If you’re going to have any kind of political opposition in the 21st century, then it has to be as fundamentally liquid as the rapidly changing society we’re living in.
  228. If you’re going to have someone defend you, it doesn’t get any better than Kristen Stewart.
  229. If you’re going to publish a book, you probably are going to make a fool of yourself.
  230. If you’re going to saute something, lightly spray olive oil in the pan or on veggies before you serve them. It adds a nice flavor. We grill a lot, so I’ll use a little on my corn or my shrimp.
  231. If you’re gonna make connections which are innovative… you have to not have the same bag of experiences as everyone else does.
  232. If you’re in a motion-capture studio, you have spherical, reflective markers, which are picked up by cameras that emit infrared – it reflects it, and then the cameras pick up the data.
  233. If you’re in an animation like scrolling, you should ideally be looking to keep your JavaScript to something in the region of ______. Any longer than that and you risk taking up too much time.
  234. If you’re in control, you’re not driving fast enough…
  235. If you’re interested in ‘balancing’ work and pleasure, stop trying to balance them. Instead make your work more pleasurable.
  236. If you’re listening to a rock star in order to get your information on who to vote for, you’re a bigger moron than they are.
  237. If you’re looking for the safe choice, you shouldn’t be supporting a black guy named Barack Obama to be the next leader of the free world.
  238. If you’re looking to grow your user base, is there a best way to cost-effectively attract valuable users? I’m increasingly convinced the best way is by harnessing a concept called social proof, a relatively untapped gold mine in the age of the social web.
  239. If you’re losing your soul and you know it, then you’ve still got a soul left to lose.
  240. If you’re low-income in the United States, you have a higher chance of going to jail than you do of getting a four-year degree. And that doesn’t seem entirely fair.
  241. If you’re making a salad of any kind, cut the herbs, stems and all, and toss them into your mixed greens salad, a Romaine salad, iceberg, Bibb – it just adds a special touch.
  242. If you’re making comedies, they have to have a fun and a rhythm to them.
  243. If you’re nice to me I’ll never write anything bad about you.
  244. If you’re not producing as much as you consume, or perhaps a little more, then clearly we cannot use the big organization of our society for the purpose of keeping you alive, because your life does not benefit us, and it can’t be of very much use to yourself.
  245. If you’re not someone who has a natural and effortless love for yourself, it’s hard to let go of your desire to please other people, and that’s really not an ingredient for a happy life.
  246. If you’re not trying to be real, you don’t have to get it right. That’s art.
  247. If you’re not very clever you should be conciliatory.
  248. If you’re on a night flight or are incredibly tired from jet lag, somehow a tiny bit of bronzer and self-tanner on your face, legs, and arms just makes you feel rejuvenated and refreshed.
  249. If you’re open with people and provide context for the decisions that your making, customers will stick with you.
  250. If you’re paid before you walk on the court, what’s the point in playing as if your life depended on it?
  251. If you’re playing a negative character, sooner or later it rubs off on you. Some people don’t mind living in that state, but I don’t want to be there anymore. I don’t want to live in a state of depression.
  252. If you’re playing baseball and thinking about managing, you’re crazy. You’d be better off thinking about being an owner.
  253. If you’re powerful, you are much more likely to be blind and deaf to signals from outside.
  254. If you’re really satisfied with your position on something, you just say, ‘Hey;’ you just very calmly present something.
  255. If you’re serious, you really understand that it’s important that you laugh as much as possible and admit that you’re the funniest person you ever met. You have to laugh. Admit that you’re funny. Otherwise, you die in solemnity.
  256. If you’re shooting to make the world 10% better, you’re in a smartness contest with everyone else in the world – and you’re going to lose. There are too many smart people in the world.
  257. If you’re sick and tired of the politics of cynicism and polls and principles, come and join this campaign.
  258. If you’re sitting in front of the TV, you can’t have ice cream. But if you’re running around all day, then yeah, you can.
  259. If you’re so smart, let’s see you get out of the Army.
  260. If you’re the parent, be a parent. You know what I mean? I’m a parent. I have daughters.
  261. If you’re trying to achieve, there will be roadblocks. I’ve had them; everybody has had them. But obstacles don’t have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don’t turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it.
  262. If you’re trying to create a company, it’s like baking a cake. You have to have all the ingredients in the right proportion.
  263. If you’re trying to diet, what do you do? You grab your two friends and say, ‘We’re going to the gym; let’s do this together.’ Money shouldn’t be any different. If you’re trying to make progress, if you’re trying to save more, we really need to be able to get support.
  264. If you’re trying to recreate life, the life that you best know is the one you grew up with.
  265. If you’re understood in maybe, I don’t know, 60% of your soul by your partner, that’s fantastic. Don’t expect that it’s going to be 100%. Of course you will be lonely.
  266. If you’re using first-class land for biofuels, then you’re competing with the growing of food. And so you’re actually spiking food prices by moving energy production into agriculture.
  267. If you’re using remarketing to reach people who’ve used your mobile app, they see your ads:
  268. If you’re walking down the right path and you’re willing to keep walking, eventually you’ll make progress.
  269. If you’re well-known, you’re at the risk of becoming your own character. When you’re alone, as a writer, you have to be unknown, putting it all on the paper.
  270. If you’re white and you’re wrong, then you’re wrong; if you’re black and you’re wrong, you’re wrong. People are people. Black, blue, pink, green – God make no rules about color; only society make rules where my people suffer, and that why we must have redemption and redemption now.
  271. If you’re willing to take risks, Twitter is a vast amusement park of interesting life possibilities.
  272. If you’ve driven over to the gay section of Los Angeles, it’s like a golf course… Real estate values go ‘boom!’
  273. If you’ve ever hauled a 28-pound two-year-old around New York, you’ll find that men fold at the knees a lot quicker than women.
  274. If you’ve found some way to educate yourself about engineering, stocks, or whatever it is, good employers will have some type of exam or interview and see a sample of your work.
  275. If you’ve never been hated by your child, you’ve never been a parent.
  276. Ignorance and bungling with love are better than wisdom and skill without.
  277. Ignorance and error are necessary to life, like bread and water.
  278. Ignorance is preferable to error, and he is less remote from the truth who believes nothing than he who believes what is wrong.
  279. Ignorance is stubborn and prejudice is hard.
  280. Ignorance is the curse of God; knowledge is the wing wherewith we fly to heaven.
  281. Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge: it is those who know little, and not those who know much, who so positively assert that this or that problem will never be solved by science.
  282. Ignorance of one’s misfortunes is clear gain.
  283. Ignorant free speech often works against the speaker. That is one of several reasons why it must be given rein instead of suppressed.
  284. Ignoring fame was my rebellion, in a funny way. I was insistent on being normal and doing normal things. It probably wasn’t advisable to go to college in America and room with a complete stranger. And it probably wasn’t wise to share a bathroom with eight other people in a coed dorm. Looking back, that was crazy.
  285. ‘Ikiru’ is existential but with a lot of tenderness.
  286. I’ll always be a fan of coach Harbaugh. Not too sure about Michigan.
  287. I’ll always be into sports. Sports is part of my life forever. My TV stays on ESPN all day long, I’m one of those. I don’t even listen to music in the car; all I listen to is sports talk.
  288. I’ll always stay connected with Apple. I hope that throughout my life I’ll sort of have the thread of my life and the thread of Apple weave in and out of each other, like a tapestry. There may be a few years when I’m not there, but I’ll always come back.
  289. ‘I’ll be back’ always sounded a little girly to me.
  290. I’ll be back.
  291. I’ll be giving a speech at the randomest place, like a bank or something, and a guy in a suit will say, ‘I’m totally freaked out that I’m talking to the girl from ‘Cremaster.’ For the rest of my life, that movie will be playing in a museum somewhere. I never could have expected that huge response.
  292. I’ll be honest. After I got married, I definitely had a shift in emotional devotion.
  293. I’ll be honest: I haven’t ruled politics out.
  294. I’ll be like Bob Hope, touring when I’m 100.
  295. I’ll be more interested in acting only when it has to do something with who I am in real life. More like playing a singer or musician on screen like in ‘Aashiqui’ or ‘Rockstar.’
  296. I’ll be on my third honeymoon, so I’m more of an authority than I care to be.
  297. I’ll be singing with The Blind Boys of Alabama, which is a great joy to me. I’ve done some work with them before, and they truly are amazing.
  298. I’ll be writing records until I’m dead, whether people like it or not! I can’t not write; if I don’t, then I get really depressed. I’ll keep going, I promise!
  299. I’ll be writing records until I’m dead, whether people like it or not!
  300. I’ll be writing songs till I die. There’s just no question.
  301. I’ll beat him so bad he’ll need a shoehorn to put his hat on.
  302. I’ll bet there are a lot of artists that nobody hears about who just make more money than anybody. The people that do all the sculptures and paintings for big building construction. We never hear about them, but they make more money than anybody.
  303. I’ll bring my grits when I travel, because I get so hungry on the road.
  304. I’ll continue to make the typical Adam Sandler comedies.
  305. I’ll die a crazy old man!
  306. I’ll do strength training in my dressing room between shoots, and I’ve been known to make business calls while out jogging. I try to mute myself on Bluetooth so they can’t hear me huffing and puffing, but I usually end up getting caught.
  307. I’ll drink water. Sometimes tomato juice, which I like. Sometimes orange juice, which I like. I’ll drink different things. But the Coke or Pepsi boosts you up a little.
  308. I’ll get cast occasionally as sort of the jerk version of myself, and I have fun doing that. But it’s really better for everyone if I stay behind the camera.
  309. I’ll get seven hours sleep a night, but after breakfast, I’ll have an hour just resting, to recover. In Spain they all have siestas, even businessmen.
  310. I’ll get up there and I’ll do my guitar solos in one of those space outfits.
  311. I’ll give you a great example of an issue that no one brought up during this Florida primary, the fact that we’re going to have a Chinese made oil rig put in place about 60 miles off the coast of Florida.
  312. I’ll have wine or a piece of cake once in a while, but I don’t look at it as sliding backwards, even if I go a whole week without working out. I don’t dwell on it and beat myself up – I just try to have a healthier day tomorrow.
  313. I’ll keep evolving and put that into my songs.
  314. I’ll let you be in my dreams if I can be in yours.
  315. I’ll never be known for my work with boundaries.
  316. I’ll never, ever be full. I’ll always be hungry. Obviously, I’m not talking about food. Growing up, I had nothing for such a long time. Someone told me a long time ago, and I’ve never forgotten it, ‘Once you’ve ever been hungry, really, really hungry, then you’ll never, ever be full.’
  317. I’ll never feel comfortable taking a strong drink, and I’ll never feel easy smoking a cigarette. I just don’t think those things are right for me.
  318. I’ll never graduate from collagen.
  319. I’ll never lose my roots. I think I’m too close to my family for that. I still make my trip back to Nebraska every year, and I still love going back to Texas where I grew up, as well. I’ve just kind of had to mature a little bit more and get used to a little bit different style of life.
  320. I’ll never make it, it will never happen, because they’re never going to hear me ’cause they’re screaming all the time.
  321. I’ll never take the easy way out.
  322. I’ll probably never be the best actor in Hollywood, but I hope to be the hardest working.
  323. I’ll start with one healthy kid, but I’d like to have a few naturally and adopt.
  324. I’ll stay in Memphis.
  325. I’ll tell you one thing… no doubt about it, my favorite kind of comedy is talking head comedy. I mean, if it were up to me, I’d do a whole entire movie that was just around a dinner table.
  326. I’ll tell you what: I believe mysticism is a very serious endeavor. One must be equipped for it.
  327. I’ll tell you what, I love my daddy. And he’s so special. He’s meant so much to me, so it’s not a thorn in my side to be known as Billy Graham’s daughter. It’s a privilege.
  328. I’ll tell you who I absolutely adore: Ian McEwan.
  329. I’ll think I have a few wonderful friends and all of a sudden, ooh, here it comes. They do a lot of things. They talk about you to the press, to their friends, tell stories, and you know, it’s disappointing.
  330. I’ll wear my mom jeans in public that haven’t been tailored ‘just so’ yet, just because they feel good.
  331. I’ll work thirteen hours at a time producing a new track. Not a lot of people understand that – not girlfriends, friends, family.
  332. I’ll write maybe one long paragraph describing the events, then a page or two breaking the events into chapters, and then reams of pages delving into my characters. After that, I’m ready to begin.
  333. Illegitimacy is something we should talk about in terms of not having it.
  334. Illinois surpasses every other spot of equal extent upon the face of the globe in fertility of soil and in the proportionable amount of the same which is sufficiently level for actual cultivation.
  335. ‘Illmatic’ was dope.
  336. Illusion is needed to disguise the emptiness within.
  337. Illusion is the first of all pleasures.
  338. I’m 18 and I like it!
  339. I’m 31 now. I think I’m beginning to understand what life is, what romance is, and what a relationship means.
  340. I’m 53. I don’t care about high school students. I find them irritating and uninformed.
  341. I’m a 50-year-old guy making music for over 20 years. I’ve been writing songs since I was 20, so it’s really been 30 years, and it’s always been personal, but I’ve always told stories.
  342. I’m a believer in challenging myself and overcoming challenges by doing things I’ve never done before.
  343. I’m a believer in the polls, by the way. Rarely do you see a poll that’s very far off.
  344. I’m a big advocate of starting soccer young and always having the ball at your foot, but that’s because I didn’t do that. If I’d focused more on that when I was a kid, it would’ve been so helpful. It took me, like, halfway through college to feel comfortable with the ball.
  345. I’m a big Aqua fan. ‘Barbie Girl’ was a big deal growing up.
  346. I’m a big believer in sort of sense memory, like using something that you’ve experienced in order to put yourself in the position that the character is in.
  347. I’m a big believer that you can try to change the world based on philosophy, doctrine, and belief. But I think the thing that really drives the world is hedonism, the pleasure factor.
  348. I’m a big boy now, and I have to deliver.
  349. I’m a big fan of ’30 Rock,’ which I think is the most genius show on television.
  350. I’m a big fan of gallows humor. When my aunt passed away, she was in a coma for a day before my cousins pulled the plug. And the amount of joking and base humor that went on that day around her bed was so insane. It’s crazy how people talk when something horrible is happening.
  351. I’m a big fan of historical fiction stuff. Historical battles – ‘Gladiators,’ ‘The Patriot.’
  352. I’m a big fan of Mashable and TechCrunch and other outlets like that, but TechMeme obviously does an amazing job of aggregating.
  353. I’m a big oatmeal fan. For my every-morning breakfast, I will do oatmeal with cinnamon, goat’s milk or even butter, with apples and raisins, and then I’ll maybe do some eggs, say two poached eggs with that.
  354. I’m a big people watcher and a people talker. The beautiful thing about being an artist and a creative person is that you can get an idea from anywhere, and I’m always on the hunt for them.
  355. I’m a big perfectionist! I’m trying to channel super-confident women like Alicia Keys, Mariah Carey and Beyonce, because I realized that if you want something, you really have to go for it, just like they do.
  356. I’m a big person when it comes to doing what you believe in.
  357. I’m a big personality. I walk into a room, big and tall and loud.
  358. I’m a big proponent of having a mental health component go along with whatever the physical realities are.
  359. I’m a big romantic, so I love guys who are romantic too.
  360. I’m a big sleep guy. I think my schedule sorta starts with sleep and making sure I get enough of it. I’m an eight-plus hours guy. I would love to sleep more. I definitely try to create a routine and not stray from that routine at all, but I will take advantage of having an off-morning. And I really have become a fan of the 20-minute catnap.
  361. I’m a big woman. I need big hair.
  362. I’m a bit of a P. T. Barnum. I make stars out of everyone.
  363. I’m a bit of a shill for the Clinton Administration, which has its perks. I’m invited to all the inaugural balls.
  364. I’m a bit of a traditionalist; the ballroom is all about tails and I never mess about with that. But for the Latin you can have a bit fun: tight trousers, gold shirt open to my waist, be a bit ridiculous.
  365. I’m a born athlete. Weight-lifting is in my blood. I used to do the powerlifting thing. I gained a little weight, but I still got it; I’m mad built.
  366. I’m a born, cautious optimist.
  367. I’m a Buddhist, so one of my biggest beliefs is, ‘Everything changes, don’t take it personally.’
  368. I’m a championship handball player. I’m a championship softball and baseball player. I used to be an extremely talented center in high school in football. I also dabbled in lacrosse and soccer. I’m really good at billiards, darts, shuffleboard.
  369. I’m a character actor.
  370. I’m a Christian. But Muslims are misunderstood. Intentionally misunderstood. We should all be more like them.
  371. I’m a Christian by choice.
  372. I’m a Christian first, and a mean-spirited, bigoted conservative second, and don’t you ever forget it.
  373. I’m a Christian who happens to be an athlete, not the other way around.
  374. I’m a combination between extreme insecurity and extreme confidence.
  375. I’m a comedian, and I definitely see the humor in a lot of things. I am also sad a lot. I cry often and easily. I think you’re supposed to feel all kinds of things.
  376. I’m a comedian, not a politician.
  377. I’m a comic nerd. I’m a former serious collector for much of my childhood and early teen years I wanted to draw underground comics.
  378. I’m a commercial person, not an academic.
  379. I’m a complete hypochondriac. If my heart starts beating a little faster than normal, I think I’m having an attack.
  380. I’m a composer, and therefore I know when I’ve written a good tune. When you’ve written a good song is when you know that the lyric is completely coalesced with the song.
  381. I’m a compulsive storyteller, an avid reader, and have always nurtured the secret goal of spending my life as a writer.
  382. I’m a conservative because I believe in peace – real peace, not just the peace of mind. I’m a conservative because we understand that real peace comes from the Marine Corps, not the Peace Corps.
  383. I’m a conservative because I believe we’re here on this earth to do a little more than crawl through life, comfortable in the cradle of government excess and oblivious to the duties required to keep this republic standing.
  384. I’m a Conservative. I don’t believe there should be too many rules. There should be lower taxes.
  385. I’m a control freak. If you’re going to slap my name on something, I would like to control it.
  386. I’m a country boy, and we’re the product of our upbringing. As a boy, I was told that men don’t cry.
  387. I’m a day-to-day-type person.
  388. I’m a De Niro fan. I went eleven years without seeing a movie; the last one before that, February 1980, was De Niro and Scorsese in ‘Raging Bull,’ and when I went back, it was ‘Cape Fear,’ with De Niro and Scorsese. I picked up right where I left off at.
  389. I’m a decent cook; I’m a decent chef. None of my friends would ever have hired me at any point in my career. Period.
  390. I’m a doofus from the Valley, a blue-collar guy.
  391. I’m a drifter and an outsider. There’s not one single environment I can totally belong to.
  392. I’m a fan of anything that’s good, especially when it’s conscientiously good.
  393. I’m a fan of daytime drama; I totally get it. When we are doing scenes that are romantic or will get the audience riled up, I feel like I’m a fan in the room going, ‘People are going to be so mad right now!’
  394. I’m a fan of making things that I’ve seen but couldn’t purchase, or things I bought that didn’t fit the way I like.
  395. I’m a fan of people getting together.
  396. I’m a fan of real singers. I just gravitate towards that.
  397. I’m a father; I’m a friend. I think I’ve got the biggest heart in the world. A lot of times, that’s not a good thing. It’s a gift and a curse.
  398. I’m a father to four kids, so it bothers me that even though our children think big naturally, our society systematically trains them out of thinking that way.
  399. I’m a female but I have a masculine side and I’m not going to negate that part of myself.
  400. I’m a feminist, but I think that romance has been taken away a bit for my generation. I think what people connect with in novels is this idea of an overpowering, encompassing love – and it being more important and special than anything and everything else.
  401. I’m a filmmaker to my bones.
  402. I’m a filmmaker who decided to go to culinary school. All I picked up was the fact if I didn’t understand what was going on with every single ingredient, I could be qualifying for, like, the lunch food job at my daughter’s school.
  403. I’m a first-born child of a Chinese immigrant family, I grew up on the East Coast. And I have to admit, I did not grow up around technology.
  404. I’m a five-time world champion in two different weight classes. Man, it’s amazing.
  405. I’m a free-market economist from years and years back, and I’ve never veered from that.
  406. I’m a friend of Colin Powell. We talk quite often.
  407. I’m a geek.
  408. I’m a generally optimistic person.
  409. I’m a grandfather now, and when I watch children’s shows with my two-year-old grandson, Arlo, I’m delighted because it’s completely non-traditional casting. It feels like a utopia. How the world should be.
  410. I’m a great believer that any tool that enhances communication has profound effects in terms of how people can learn from each other, and how they can achieve the kind of freedoms that they’re interested in.
  411. I’m a guy’s guy. I don’t comb my hair unless I have to, and I don’t use lotions or fancy shampoos.
  412. I’m a Hall of Famer, and I can go outside today and go to a restaurant or wherever, and somebody will come up to me and say, ‘Practice? We talkin’ ’bout practice?’ Man, I am a Hall of Famer, and that’s all you can think about?
  413. I’m a harsh critic of the status quo.
  414. I’m a hip-hop fan, and I’m a Southern Cali girl.
  415. I’m a homebody.
  416. I’m a housewife: I spend far more time on housework than anything else.
  417. I’m a huge believer in power of women on the web.
  418. I’m a huge fan of Bill Macy, so working with him in any capacity was exciting for me.
  419. I’m a huge fan of Nawazuddin.
  420. I’m a huge fan of Steve Martin. He’s hilarious, but he has this depth to him and this way of dealing with the difficult things in life with a sense of humor that I think has helped me as an actress.
  421. I’m a huge freak, and always have been. I spent the first part of my life trying really desperately not to be one, and it was just a waste of time.
  422. I’m a huge hip hop fan going way back, like, back to ’83. I had my Gemini mixer listening to Run-DMC and Kurtis Blow.
  423. I’m a huge, huge fan of photography. I have a small photography collection. As soon as I started to make some money, I bought my very first photograph: an Henri Cartier-Bresson. Then I bought a Robert Frank.
  424. I’m a huge Lauryn Hill and Erykah Badu fan, so working with those two in any capacity would be a dream.
  425. I’m a huge Muppets fan. Gigantic. I think they’re genius. I think they’re some of the best work out there and completely underrated, just because of how genius they are. I love that kind of humor. It’s so innocent but brilliant.
  426. I’m a human being and I fall in love and sometimes I don’t have control of every situation.
  427. I’m a ladies’ man who can never make love. I’m resigned to that.
  428. I’m a lapsed Buddhist like I’m a lapsed Catholic. I take it to a point.
  429. I’m a law-and-order guy. I mean, I confess I’m a social conservative, but it does not affect my views on cases.
  430. I’m a lesbian, an Aquarian, and a vegetarian.
  431. I’m a liability to them – I’m a woman, I’m empowered, I’m an artist. I’ve had executives who can’t come to my shows they’re so scared of me. I’ve been a thorn in many people’s sides just by existing.
  432. I’m a Libra. If someone compliments me, I’ll say something nice to them. I like to give out compliments.
  433. I’m a lifelong movie addict, and one of my favorite projects is making replica props and costumes. Nearly every one of these – from R2D2 to Hellboy’s revolver – ends with the paint job. And it’s not just cosmetic. The paint literally tells a story: what this thing is made of, where it’s been, what it’s been used for, and for how long.
  434. I’m a lifetime St. Louis Cardinals fan.
  435. I’m a little bit like a turducken: I’m sort of like an Indian person, wrapped in a British person, wrapped in an American kind of thing.
  436. I’m a little bit of a control freak, so it’s been nice to learn to let go and just trust others.
  437. I’m a little hibernating animal. Anonymity is one of my favorite things. I mean, that’s why I moved to New York when I was like 18, because there, there are just so many people that there’s no one and you’re just lost. You’re completely invisible and I find that very liberating.
  438. I’m a lot less serious than people think.
  439. I’m a loyal Democrat.
  440. I’m a Mac user. I think it depends on how you were brought up, and I was introduced to Apple quite early. They’re certainly the best for visual stuff and film-directing.
  441. I’m a major breath person, so I always have gum, mints.
  442. I’m a man of different types of flavors and tastes. I like listening to things that inspire me. Older music, when instruments were being played, not just people hitting buttons. It’s manlier. You’re touching things to make sounds appear.
  443. I’m a massive fan of David Lynch and ‘Twin Peaks.’
  444. I’m a master assembler of Ikea furniture, in case anyone wants to know.
  445. I’m a member of the Academy, but I don’t know who all the other Academy members are. It’s not like a politician who knows who is in the Iowa caucus.
  446. I’m a mentor to anybody who’s interested.
  447. I’m a middle-class, middle-brow novelist. And that’s it. It amuses me.
  448. I’m a movie maker, but I have the same feelings as the average guy out there.
  449. I’m a multidimensional person and that’s the freedom of fashion: that you’re able to reinvent yourself through how you dress and how you cut your hair or whatever.
  450. I’m a natural clown, I suppose, in writing, and one has to accept that; I can’t do anything about it. I have written one or two novels which are not specifically funny. I wrote a study of Shakespeare which was not intended to be funny, but some people regard it as such.
  451. I’m a New Yorker, originally. I was raised in Jackson Heights. I went to P.S. 148 and then Newtown High School. If World War II didn’t come, I’d still be there in school. World War II saved me.
  452. I’m a normal person. You say something about me, I’m going to say something back, funny or not. I’m just going to be me. It’s nothing against them. I’m just doing what you do to me.
  453. I’m a passionate, hardcore fisherman. Biggest fish I caught? A 200-pound tarpon.
  454. I’m a pastor. I say, ‘Let the church say amen,’ and that settles it. Everything has been said, you know; it’s like we have to agree with God.
  455. I’m a patriot in the truest sense of the word.
  456. I’m a people pleaser. I hold a lot of things in. I’m always making sure everybody is okay. I usually don’t rage; I usually don’t curse.
  457. I’m a perfectionist, so my bossiness definitely comes out.
  458. I’m a physical guy. I play basketball, and I rock climb.
  459. I’m a piece of work, man. I will do what I want, at all times, always. Nobody’s going to persuade me one way or another. I can’t be persuaded. I take criticism, I listen, I analyze, but at the end of the day, I make the decisions. Because that’s the way I started, and that’s the way I’m going to finish.
  460. I’m a player, the coaches coach.
  461. I’m a ‘Power of Now’ kind of guy, always have been. I don’t really hang on to a lot of pictures. I have pictures of my daughters.
  462. I’m a pretty big dork. It’s crazy. I’m one of those people who grew up with all kinds of musicals, but I was right at that age where ‘Rent’ was a big deal for me and for my friends.
  463. I’m a pretty decent cook. I like to grill. I have a smoker that I love. I love me some steak. And I’ll make a huge salad with a ton of vegetables.
  464. I’m a pretty decent writer. It comes easy to me. I don’t agonize over sentences. I write like I talk. I try to make them good books.
  465. I’m a pretty loyal person.
  466. I’m a pretty tenacious person; I get that from my mom. So sometimes, I use dark humor. I can’t take myself too seriously.
  467. I’m a pretty tough guy, you know. I’m a pretty hard man. I’ve got a lot of compassion, but I don’t waste time with people.
  468. I’m a prison abolitionist because the prison system as it is set up is just not working. It’s horrible.
  469. I’m a proud strict mom and, you know, I’m really proud of the two daughters I’ve raised. And I’m especially proud of my relationship with them. We’re very close. I think we’re good friends.
  470. I’m a punk rocker. I don’t do Christian.
  471. I’m a purist.
  472. I’m a Queens boy at the end of the day.
  473. I’m a quite serious actor who doesn’t mind being ridiculously comic.
  474. I’m a radical environmentalist; I think the sooner we asphyxiate in our own filth, the better. The world will do better without us. Maybe some fuzzy animals will go with us, but there’ll be plenty of other animals, and they’ll be back.
  475. I’m a real Londoner. We have very grey weather in London, and I think it encourages a very eclectic and crazy fashion sense. I mix high-street stuff with more high-end fashion, and I love vintage.
  476. I’m a religious woman. And I feel I have responsibility. I have no modesty at all. I’m even afraid of it – it’s a learned affectation and it’s just stuck on me like decals. Now I pray for humility because that comes from inside out.
  477. I’m a rock and roll singer.
  478. I’m a romantic; a sentimental person thinks things will last, a romantic person hopes against hope that they won’t.
  479. I’m a ‘Saturday Night Live’ guy. I’m a comedy guy. As long as they’re giving it to everyone, I don’t care about how low they go, most of the time.
  480. I’m a second-degree black belt.
  481. I’m a secretive bastard. I would never let anybody watch me painting… it would be like somebody watching you have sex – painting is that personal to me.
  482. I’m a serious aficionada of country music – Reba McEntire, Toby Keith, Montgomery Gentry. I’ve even written some songs. They haven’t done anything of mine yet. But it’s only a matter of time.
  483. I’m a settler, and I live in the Judean desert.
  484. I’m a shockingly bad sleeper. In bed very late. Awake at the crack of dawn.
  485. I’m a show pony, and I don’t get to skate with girls doing triple Axels every single day. I skate with little babies who are working on their single Axels while trying not to hit them on the ice.
  486. I’m a showgirl, as you can tell. I’m ever ready.
  487. I’m a shy human being.
  488. I’m a Silicon Valley guy. I just think people from Silicon Valley can do anything.
  489. I’m a singer, a writer and an actress – when I find something that I feel good enough about doing.
  490. I’m a slave to my dogs and go out with them almost every day. They are poorly behaved if they don’t run. They really act up.
  491. I’m a social cripple in a cocktail party. My idea of a nightmare is people standing very elegantly dressed in a room with a drink in their hand. I’m just like, ‘Urghh!’
  492. I’m a sort of nuts-and-bolts guy. I’m into turning wrenches and swinging a hammer and wrenching on cars.
  493. I’m a sport fan. So, I have always watched everything, and I used to watch racing. Formula One was always on. The genius about it is that it’s on at lunchtime on a Sunday.
  494. I’m a storyteller. I love to tell stories about brands. I love to tell stories, period. I like painting pictures through the words, and that’s what I do.
  495. I’m a storyteller.
  496. I’m a strong fellow.
  497. I’m a strong-headed person, and you can always tell how I’m feeling in that moment.
  498. I’m a strong person. I’m also very sassy and a little bit angsty sometimes.
  499. I’m a student. I want to do better, and I want directors who can find the actress in me and be my teachers. I’m interested in the whole process of editing, post-production and direction.
  500. I’m a studio rat. I like going in there as producer.
  501. I’m a Sufi Muslim, I would say. I believe in using the medium to create a good vibration because art is so important to society. Some projects I don’t do because I feel that it’s going to create a bad vibe. I don’t do propaganda films that are anti another religion, anti-Muslim or anti-Hindu.
  502. I’m a teacher and a writer; my life is words. When I see the denigration of language, it hurts me, and it’s easy to denigrate a word by trivializing it.
  503. I’m a terrible singer. I feel lucky to play baseball. You can’t be gifted in everything.
  504. I’m a think gamer with twitch tendencies.
  505. I’m a total goof. When I’m being really comfortable with my friends, I can be very goofy.
  506. I’m a total performer.
  507. I’m a Twitter addict. Jose Andres is a serial tweeter. It’s funny to see which chefs have embraced it, and the different paths they take.
  508. I’m a very caring person.
  509. I’m a very firm believer in karma, and put it this way: I get a lot of good parking spots.
  510. I’m a very heady person; I’m in my head a lot.
  511. I’m a very positive person, but this whole concept of having to always be nice, always smiling, always happy, that’s not real. It was like I was wearing a mask. I was becoming this perfectly chiselled sculpture, and that was bad. That took a long time to understand.
  512. I’m a very reluctant frontman. I’ve seen reviews where they talk about my strong presence on stage, but it’s nothing I do. It’s like the person in a long grocery line who stands out because he’s so agitated. He’ll have presence, too.
  513. I’m a very respectful fighter, I don’t get out of character and start talking crazy, but if you don’t want to fight a fighter, or you don’t think it’s a good style, or it’s just not time, then say that.
  514. I’m a very tough guy, and I fight hard, and I don’t give up. And that makes me friends and that makes me enemies, and I know that.
  515. I’m a very visual person, and I love opening beautiful books on art or design and looking through them.
  516. I’m a villain. But hey, villains have fans, too. They might have more fans than the heroes, and I’m OK with that.
  517. I’m a warrior for the middle class.
  518. I’m a ‘what’s next?’ guy. I don’t know what that is, but I’m excited to find out and put the same kind of energy into it as I put into track.
  519. I’m a woman, and anytime you tell a woman that she looks nice, it’s not going to upset her.
  520. I’m a workin’ girl.
  521. I’m about 90 percent vegan. I think veganism is really well suited for training, at least for me anyway.
  522. I’m about being the best.
  523. I’m about my characters.
  524. I’m absolutely strict about it. When I land, I put my watch right, and I don’t care what I feel like, I will go to bed at half past eleven. If that means going to bed early or late, that’s what I live by. As soon as you get there, live by that time.
  525. I’m action-oriented.
  526. I’m actually a pretty clean-cut person.
  527. I’m actually a very honest person, and sometimes I end up like, ‘Man, I said too much.’ It’s hard for me not to tell the truth when you ask me.
  528. I’m actually living my life with the material I choose to work with.
  529. I’m actually most comfortable when I’m in a bikini, running around on the beach, like, no makeup. It’s really free-feeling, whereas I’m always having to get dressed up and putting makeup on.
  530. I’m actually the fourth generation in my family to have no practical use for the church, or God, or religion. My children continue this trend.
  531. I’m addicted to a really tough workout. I like to be drenched in sweat when I’m done because I feel accomplished.
  532. I’m addicted to change and therefore I get bored easily. Results have always motivated me, which has led me to developing ways to measure things that historically have not been measurable.
  533. I’m addicted to exercising and I have to do something every day.
  534. I’m afraid I have an incurable urge for teaching.
  535. I’m afraid of elevators, because they are an enclosed space, but I get in.
  536. I’m afraid of losing my obscurity. Genuineness only thrives in the dark. Like celery.
  537. I’m afraid of the dark, but I choose to sleep in the dark. I can fall right to sleep with the lights on. But I want to be someone who can sleep in the dark, so that’s the choice that I make.
  538. I’m afraid that if you look at a thing long enough, it loses all of its meaning.
  539. I’m afraid that people who know me as I usually am will discover I have another side, a better and finer side. I’m afraid they’ll mock me, think I’m ridiculous and sentimental and not take me seriously. I’m used to not being taken seriously, but only the ‘light-hearted’ Anne is used to it and can put up with it; the ‘deeper’ Anne is too weak.
  540. I’m afraid the parenting advice to come out of developmental psychology is very boring: pay attention to your kids and love them.
  541. I’m afraid the SS’s relationship with the Catholic Church is something the Church still has to deal with and does not deny.
  542. I’m against this huge globalisation on the basis of economic advantage.
  543. I’m against voter fraud in any form, and I have long supported a national voter ID card. But ID cards need not – and must not – restrict voting rights in any way, shape or form.
  544. I’m alive. I have my music; I have my children. I am the luckiest man.
  545. I’m all about peace. I’m all about unity. I’m all about love.
  546. I’m all in favour of free expression provided it’s kept rigidly under control.
  547. I’m almost a feminist and believe if a girl wants to do something, she should be able to do it in the same way that a man is able to, which is sometimes a problem in our country.
  548. I’m almost like three people. There’s me the, Dolly, the person. There’s me, the star. And then there’s me, the manager.
  549. I’m already the face of the UFC, plus the face of boxing, WWE, and Hollywood.
  550. I’m also interested in the modern suggestion that you can have a combination of love and sex in a marriage – which no previous society has ever believed.
  551. I’m always a little apprehensive about ‘decoding’ fictional stories.
  552. I’m always amazed by the people who work on stage who sing night after night, day after day, week in week out.
  553. I’m always amazed that people take what I say seriously. I don’t even take what I am seriously.
  554. I’m always asked, ‘What’s the secret to success?’ But there are no secrets. Be humble. Be hungry. And always be the hardest worker in the room.
  555. I’m always attracted to bold, risk-taking scripts.
  556. I’m always aware of the camera and it feels like that’s the audience.
  557. I’m always cast in these strange men… that’s not me, really.
  558. I’m always changing my work, as there are endless ways to think about food.
  559. I’m always disappointed when people don’t live up to their potential. I know that a number of people look down on themselves and consequently on everybody who looks like them. But that, too, can change.
  560. I’m always doing something. I never shut my brain off. I always have something going on.
  561. I’m always down to try a new burger, but Shake Shack is still my top. What makes them so special is for the bread they use Martin’s potato rolls which is just the best hamburger buns ever.
  562. I’m always followed by two or three cars and have police around. Even walking in the park, you see them taking photos behind the bushes and trying to videotape everything.
  563. I’m always going to be making costumes. It’s one of the ways I relax my brain. In addition to the pleasure of having the piece, there is a deep and abiding pleasure for me assembling something in my head – learning to know something in its totality in my head, and then putting together all the constituent parts into a cohesive whole.
  564. I’m always hairy. I swear too much.
  565. I’m always happy to blow up any misconceptions that people have about stage school cos everyone thinks it’s really nasty there but it’s not.
  566. I’m always helping out girlfriends, and then I’m wondering, who’s going to look after me?
  567. I’m always looking, and I’m always asking questions.
  568. I’m always looking for a cover subject that reflects the magazine, an interest in fashion, in culture, in society. We’re trying to bring the world into the pages of ‘Vogue.’ We do that by tapping into the zeitgeists with our cover subjects.
  569. I’m always looking for a story.
  570. I’m always looking for a way to give myself something new as a person.
  571. I’m always more attracted to the unattractive.
  572. I’m always rather nervous about how you talk about women who are active in politics, whether they want to be talked about as women or as politicians.
  573. I’m always reading several books at the same time, depending on how deeply engrossed in it I am, if it’s fiction and if it captures me.
  574. I’m always relieved when someone is delivering a eulogy and I realize I’m listening to it.
  575. I’m always secretly the most pleased when a show just really, really looks good and when my camera guys are really happy with the images they got.
  576. I’m always surprised when some director says, ‘When I saw this film, that changed my life.’ I don’t have that.
  577. I’m always surrounded by good-looking guys, like Zac Efron, so I have to be with someone who’s not going to get jealous about any of that, or when I’m kissing somebody in a scene.
  578. I’m always trying. Between every book, I think, ‘Well now, it’s time to get down to the serious stuff.’
  579. I’m an absolute connoisseur of cheeseburgers and like to think that I can detect even mere percentages of shift in fat content in ground meat in a burger and can actually name the temperature to which it was actually cooked to the degree if I’m, you know, really on my game.
  580. I’m an actor. My life as an actor depends on who sends me what. I’m just taking the best stuff that I can find that’s sent my way, regardless of how big or little the paycheck is.
  581. I’m an actor, not a star. Stars are people who live in Hollywood and have heart-shaped swimming pools.
  582. I’m an actor, paid to act. I don’t bring personal problems to the sets. Dad taught me that.
  583. I’m an all-or-nothing guy. When I’m working, I work, work, work, work, work, and when I’m not, I’m the laziest sloth this planet has ever provided us.
  584. I’m an American TV show buff. I can watch them nonstop for days.
  585. I’m an angry person, angrier than most people would imagine, I get flashes of anger. What works for me is working out when it’s useful to use that anger.
  586. I’m an animal lover.
  587. I’m an artist at heart.
  588. I’m an artist, but, as I get older, I really want to do philanthropic work and help people.
  589. I’m an atheist and I thank God for it.
  590. I’m an atheist.
  591. I’m an athlete, yes, but I’m also a woman. I’m someone who kind of, in a way, lost touch with that part of myself after I lost my legs, because there are certain feminine traits you lose when you have prosthetic legs.
  592. I’m an early riser. I get up between five and six, have coffee, and read for a couple of hours before everyone else gets up.
  593. I’m an energy vampire. I just suck off everybody’s energy. But I give it back.
  594. I’m an entrepreneur first and a wine critic second.
  595. I’m an entrepreneur. I’m a young mogul. I’m blessed.
  596. I’m an honest person and don’t lead my life on other people’s terms.
  597. I’m an honorable human being. I know what to do and what not to do, and if I’m wrong, I always apologize. I’m a big enough man to do that.
  598. I’m an idealist without illusions.
  599. I’m an instant star. Just add water and stir.
  600. I’m an intellectual.
  601. I’m an intense person. My own vision of life has always been heavy.
  602. I’m an intense person.
  603. I’m an introvert… I love being by myself, love being outdoors, love taking a long walk with my dogs and looking at the trees, flowers, the sky.
  604. I’m an investor in a number of biotech companies, partly because of my incredible enthusiasm for the great innovations they will bring.
  605. I’m an NRA-certified Expert Rifleman.
  606. I’m an obsessive musical theatre person, so some of the most formative albums for me were, you know, the ‘Phantom Of The Opera’ soundtrack or ‘Into The Woods.’
  607. I’m an optimist. I’m hopeful.
  608. I’m an optimist in the sense that I believe humans are noble and honorable, and some of them are really smart. I have a very optimistic view of individuals.
  609. I’m an optimist.
  610. I’m an ordinary Hackney boy, and I can talk to people.
  611. I’m an originalist and a textualist, not a nut.
  612. I’m an unabashed fan of ‘The New Yorker.’ I do feel proud when I see my artwork in there.
  613. I’m anti-globalisation. There is nothing more enriching than to go out into the world and meet people different to you. We must fight the spread of a singular way of thinking and preserve cultural differences.I’m anti-globalisation. There is nothing more enriching than to go out into the world and meet people different to you. We must fight the spread of a singular way of thinking and preserve cultural differences.
  614. I’m anti-tax, but I’m pro-carbon tax.
  615. I’m appalled that an industry has grown around teaching a practice as wholesome and spiritual as yoga, so I decided to create my own free video to help people get started.
  616. I’m appalled the word feminism has been denigrated to a place of almost ridicule and I very passionately believe the word needs to be revalued and reintroduced with power and understanding that this is a global picture.
  617. I’m as old as I am, and I don’t try to hide it. It’s not a big deal.
  618. I’m at a place where I want to have fun. I want to be challenged. I want to love the people I work with and continue to appreciate being in the position to work and play and explore.
  619. I’m at a point where there isn’t any wasted movement in the throwing motion. Everything is consistent and smooth. When I first got into the league, I held the ball really high. That was the standard in college, and it messed up my timing a little bit – the draw, bringing it back, then the release.
  620. I’m at a slightly higher risk for type 2 diabetes, and my grandmother had diabetes. My hemoglobin a1c, which is one of the measures, started being a little high when I was drinking a ton of that coconut water.
  621. I’m at my best when I’m talking about relationships, talking about women, talking about situations and stories.
  622. I’m at the gym at 6, so I’m usually in my office by 7:15. And I try to not schedule a lot of meetings before 8. So I’ve got that first hour to get myself organized for the day and to make sure that I’ve structured what I want to do.
  623. I’m at the point in my life where I don’t want to work as hard. Actually, I’ve had to take a good hard look at workaholism and it’s effect on one’s mental health.
  624. I’m attracted to long-legged girls with long arms and a little head.
  625. I’m attracted to things that are in direct opposition to something that I’ve just done. It’s not like I’m trying to make the right chess move. It’s more just that personal thing where you get connected to something for so long and then you want to do something that’s in opposition to that.
  626. I’m Austin Seferian-Jenkins. He’s Tony Gonzalez. He’s the best tight end to ever play the game. So that’s a real strong comparison. I’m just going to do my job and leave the comparisons up to the coaches and the media.
  627. I’m aware of ‘Twilight,’ but I’ve never seen the movies or read any of the books. Frankly, the story leaves me cold – why do a vampire story about abstinence?
  628. I’m aware of what’s missing from my life.
  629. I’m bad at trends. Just wear what you want and what suits you.
  630. I’m basically an Upper West Side Jewish writer.
  631. I’m battling cancer. It’s another battle I intend to win.
  632. I’m big on being positive. I’m generally so positive and happy. I just always felt that I was exactly where I wanted to be. And things have continued to go in great directions.
  633. I’m big on what’s in good taste.
  634. I’m black, and black don’t crack. It does droop.
  635. I’m blind without my glasses.
  636. I’m bored with that line. I never use it anymore. My new line is ‘In 15 minutes everybody will be famous.’
  637. I’m boring. My beliefs are neither here nor there.
  638. I’m busier than ever and it’s led to new opportunities. But I’ve never worried about being rich or famous – for me, it’s all about the dancing.
  639. I’m cautious about using fire. It can become theatrical. I am interested in the heat, not the flames.
  640. I’m certainly not a perfect mother, but I am an avid mother, let me put it that way.
  641. I’m certainly well taken care of in terms of food and clothes.
  642. I’m clearly most well known for my music. Eventually, ultimately, I’ll be writing books. I’m still writing articles now. I just consider myself a writer.
  643. I’m comfortable in front of a camera, and I’m used to being watched, although that kind of bugged me at first. On the stage, though, I’m scared. I really get frightened in front of people.
  644. I’m comfortable in my own skin, no matter how far it’s stretched. Ha ha.
  645. I’m committed to the fight game.
  646. I’m competitive, and I love to create challenges for myself. Maybe that’s not always a good thing. It can make life complicated.
  647. I’m completely in favor of the separation of Church and State. My idea is that these two institutions screw us up enough on their own, so both of them together is certain death.
  648. I’m concerned a little bit with the culture of celebrating the fundraise. My dad taught me that when you borrow money it’s the worst day of your life.
  649. I’m concerned about heart disease. I’ve raised money to fight heart disease; my dad died of it.
  650. I’m condemned by some inner compulsion to think about the daily rituals of my life. I have a low grade fever for improving myself in many ways, including everyday tasks.
  651. I’m conflicted with theater in the city because you want to reach a diverse audience, and that audience doesn’t typically go to the theater.
  652. I’m considered wise, and sometimes I see myself as knowing. Most of the time, I see myself as wanting to know. And I see myself as a very interested person. I’ve never been bored in my life.
  653. I’m constantly playing this game in my head where I’m thinking, ‘Can this quote be pared down and misinterpreted?’ It doesn’t matter what outlet I’m talking to and how comprehensive the interview is, because I have to think in terms of, ‘Right, but ‘People’ magazine could just take this one quote and take it out of context.’
  654. I’m constantly thinking about the role, and there’s an infinite amount of questions you can ask yourself about a character to the point that it’s hard to find the boundaries of when to not work.
  655. I’m constantly trying to find new ways to get my hair out of my face.
  656. I’m constantly working, even when I’m at home.
  657. I’m continually trying to make choices that put me against my own comfort zone. As long as you’re uncomfortable, it means you’re growing.
  658. I’m continuing to learn more about music – it’s an ocean, and you can never really say that you know everything. I’m grateful that I’m still living and making music among the greats.
  659. I’m convinced being a tennis analyst is the easiest job in the world.
  660. I’m convinced many of America’s heroes are public school teachers and administrators. Many of these people do what they do because of their faith.
  661. I’m convinced of this: Good done anywhere is good done everywhere. For a change, start by speaking to people rather than walking by them like they’re stones that don’t matter. As long as you’re breathing, it’s never too late to do some good.
  662. I’m cool with Jay-Z. Jay-Z is genuinely my friend.
  663. I’m crazy about ‘Breaking Bad,’ but I wouldn’t know how to write an episode of it.
  664. I’m crepuscular.
  665. I’m crushed by the responsibility of writing a satirical book.
  666. I’m curious about everything. Even subjects that don’t interest me.
  667. I’m definitely a football fan, so I try to stay up with how teams are doing, and you end up getting a lot of buddies that play on certain teams. I wouldn’t say I watch too much of other quarterbacks.
  668. I’m definitely gaining new fans, and that’s the key of any success… gain more love.
  669. I’m definitely living my dream.
  670. I’m definitely looking forward to the day when I stop working – if I ever stop working. I like the idea of keeling over in my tomato vines in Sardinia or northern Italy.
  671. I’m definitely more influenced by European writers than I am by American writers, there’s no doubt about that.
  672. I’m definitely moving more towards directing now.
  673. I’m definitely not a supermodel, a thousand per cent.
  674. I’m definitely old-school when it comes to dating. I’m not into the ‘game’ so much. If I like you, I’ll confront you and be open about it. Then I expect you to come after me.
  675. I’m definitely open to change, but at the same time I am quite stubborn.
  676. I’m definitely the kind of person to wear underwear all the time.
  677. I’m dependent on writing for a living, so really it’s to my advantage to understand how the creative process works. One of the problems is, when you start to do that, in effect you’re going to have to step off the edge of science and rationality.
  678. I’m devious, cruel, cunning and addictive.
  679. I’m distinct, really.
  680. I’m doing it because I choose it. And if it’s not working, I can make a change.
  681. I’m doing ‘Rock of Ages’ one day, making out with Russell Brand. Soon after that, I’m advocating with Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Cynthia Nixon for marriage equality.
  682. I’m done with industrial. Seriously, my iPod collection at home has no industrial music on it; it’s strictly jazz, blues and country.
  683. I’m drawn to almost any piece of writing with the words ‘divine love’ and ‘impeachment’ in the first sentence. But I know the word ‘divine’ makes many progressive people run screaming for their cute little lives, and so one hesitates to use it.
  684. I’m drawn to people who look different. I’m not exploiting. I’m not making fun of them. I’m drawn to them.
  685. I’m drawn to what I’m drawn to. I wear jeans and loafers everyday, mostly casual, but when I really turn it on, I like a classic, simple look.
  686. I’m dying to be a great dad one day, whenever that day comes.
  687. I’m easily entertained.
  688. I’m easy to look like, so there are lots and lots of Dolly look-alikes.
  689. I’m entirely interested in people, and also other creatures and beings, but especially in people, and I tend to read them by emotional field more than anything. So I have a special interest in what they’re thinking and who they are and who’s hiding behind those eyes and how did he get there, and what’s the story, really?
  690. I’m envious of people that can handle the press. No matter what I say or how articulately I say it, it always comes back to the same issues. And it’s getting kind of old.
  691. I’m evangelical on the subject of some chefs and writers.
  692. I’m excited about there being more of a sisterhood these days. Back in the ’90s there was a lot of hate – the women I looked up to as artists were dissing me! It’s not so patriarchal these days – there’s more love and a lot less hate!
  693. I’m excited for the audiences to hear the title track, ‘Cheers to the Fall,’ plus ‘Red Flags’ and ‘Rearview.’
  694. I’m extremely compassionate, loving, all of those warm fuzzy things, but the outer shell doesn’t project that all the time.
  695. I’m extremely fascinated by marriage. I want to study marriage. I want to learn about it. I want to know it. I want to figure out whether or not I want to do it. I’m not just going to leap into it, because that’s not good for anybody.
  696. I’m fascinated by almost any mythology that I can get my hands on.
  697. I’m fascinated by comedy.
  698. I’m fascinated by Comte’s clear-eyed analysis of what was wrong with modern society, which is that you’ve got industrial capitalism on one side and romantic love on the other. Those, along with non-instrumental art, are supposed to get you through the day?
  699. I’m fascinated by the fact that we can’t grasp anything about time.
  700. I’m fascinated with design. I realized early that I had no talent in that direction, but I love talking with architects and designers about what they do. I appreciate applied creativity as a source of pleasure and meaning.
  701. I’m feeling a little delicate.
  702. I’m fiercely independent, but I’m also terrified of being alone.
  703. I’m fiercely patriotic, and the flag and the anthem is something that I really, really respect.
  704. I’m fighting back against years and years and years of the cultural and the political left telling people to sit down and shut up.
  705. I’m filthy rich!
  706. I’m fine, but I’m bipolar. I’m on seven medications, and I take medication three times a day. This constantly puts me in touch with the illness I have. I’m never quite allowed to be free of that for a day. It’s like being a diabetic.
  707. I’m floating between multiple media. I really wish you could buy the hardcover book and it would come with the digital download and audible version. I spend stupid amounts of money because I’m usually buying my books in at least two formats.
  708. I’m focused on the next generation, because I think it’s very hard to break the habit of adults who’ve got salt and sugar addictions and just ways of being in this world. It’s very hard even for the most enlightened people at famous universities that are very wealthy to spend the money that it takes to feed the students something delicious.
  709. I’m focusing on me. I’m focusing on my family’s security, my family’s financial security, so that’s all I can do.
  710. I’m for Israel’s right to exist.
  711. I’m for mechanical art. When I took up silk screening, it was to more fully exploit the preconceived image through the commercial techniques of multiple reproduction.
  712. I’m for whatever gets you through the night.
  713. I’m for women choosing whatever they want to do but they have to really know what they are doing.
  714. I’m free to see things objectively because I don’t consider myself American, and I don’t consider myself British or Indian. I’m kind of an amalgam or mongrel of a lot of different places and experiences. In a lot of ways it’s been a good thing for me. It’s enabled me to do what I do on ‘The Daily Show.’
  715. I’m from a working-class background, and I’ve experienced that worry of not having a job next week because the unions are going on strike. I know that because I don’t come from a wealthy background.
  716. I’m from a working-class background, and I’ve experienced that worry of not having a job next week because the unions are going on strike.
  717. I’m from Iowa, we don’t know what cool is!
  718. I’m from outside Philadelphia, a town called Wayne, which is, like, 25 minutes northwest.
  719. I’m from the South, so while I personally find it impossible to live there, I still have a fondness for it as a geographical region.
  720. I’m from the Vietnam generation. I didn’t serve.
  721. I’m frustrated by something, it’s my fault for exposing myself to it in the first place. The rumor mill always seemed like a grass fire to me. Why walk out in the middle of the field, it’s just going to flame out and go away just like everything else does?
  722. I’m fulfilling my dreams that I had as a kid every single day. That’s why I’m trying to enjoy it so much.
  723. I’m fulfilling my dreams that I had as a kid every single day.
  724. I’m full of fears and I do my best to avoid difficulties and any kind of complications. I like everything around me to be clear as crystal and completely calm.
  725. I’m fully conscious all the time that I’m an American Negro, because it’s part of my life. But I also know that if I want to say, ‘I see a bus full of people,’ I don’t have to say, ‘I am a Negro seeing a bus full of people.’
  726. I’m generally considered a conservative in my predictions for disease.
  727. I’m getting a bunch more face tattoos, because it doesn’t look like I’m ever going to have to apply to a Walmart or Best Buy.
  728. I’m getting a wrinkle above my eyebrow because I just can’t stop lifting it, and I love that you know.
  729. I’m getting good exposure because of the movies I’m picking and the people I’m working with.
  730. I’m getting my respect as a video director. The fashion industry respects me and knows who I am.
  731. I’m glad I got to do ‘The Last Five Years’ and ‘Into the Woods,’ which are both shows that I just don’t think I could have the stamina to do them eight times a week. I just have so much respect for the women who do these vocal roles eight times a week. They’re so challenging.
  732. I’m glad I was born when I was. My time was the golden age of variety. If I were starting out again now, maybe things would happen for me, but it certainly would not be on a variety show with 28 musicians, 12 dancers, two major guest stars, 50 costumes a week by Bob Mackie. The networks just wouldn’t spend the money today.
  733. I’m glad to see that BMW is bringing an electric car to market. That’s cool.
  734. I’m going for Britain’s Best Dressed Man award, but strangely, I’m never on the list.
  735. I’m going from doing all of the work to having to delegate the work – which is almost harder for me than doing the work myself. I’m a lousy delegator, but I’m learning.
  736. I’m going out to play, and to play to win.
  737. I’m going to be a fashion icon in a minute. I’m not going to do it in a corny manner. I have a voice that speaks for a whole other market – not just black people, but high fashion urban people. I mix street wear with high fashion. It’s never been seen before.
  738. I’m going to be a vice president very much like George Bush was. He proved to be a very effective vice president, perhaps the most effective we’ve had in a couple of hundred years.
  739. I’m going to change everything you believe about HUD.
  740. I’m going to change the way martial arts is viewed. I’m going to change the game. I’m going to change the way people approach fighting.
  741. I’m going to continue doing my thing and work my butt off to add value for shareholders and as long as they and the board see fit to keep me in this role, I feel enormously privileged to serve.
  742. I’m going to continue to stand with the people that are being oppressed.
  743. I’m going to do anything I can do – whether that’s being part of FIFA or creating some sort of movement that can actually impart real equality across all lines – in every country, every city, every sector all over the world, that’s what I’m going to do.
  744. I’m going to do ‘The Social Network Two: The Electric Boogaloo.’ And I have a part in ‘Beige Swan.’ I’m going to be the lead, but I don’t dance. I just do a lot of sitting down. It’s too tiring to get up and dance around. That should be coming out in 20-never.
  745. I’m going to do what I want to do. I’m going to be who I really am. I’m going to figure out what that is.
  746. I’m going to go down swinging… I’m sure as heck not going to go home and say I had a bad tournament.
  747. I’m going to have to pick my shots and play great tennis.
  748. I’m going to Heaven just like the thief on the cross who said in that last moment: ‘Lord, remember me.’
  749. I’m going to keep on dealing with the supernatural in a lot of ways.
  750. I’m going to retain a lot of Microsoft’s stock.
  751. I’m going to save my public voice largely for the issues where I have some depth.
  752. I’m going to speak the truth when I’m asked about it.
  753. I’m going to stop giving too much money to charity – the charity is going to become my family. I’m only half-kidding.
  754. I’m going to take full advantage of my opportunities.
  755. I’m going to take the kids away over Christmas but I don’t, I’ve written 14 musicals now, I don’t want to rush into doing something just for the sake of doing it. I want to do it when I find a story.
  756. I’m going to tell you the story about the geese which fly 5,000 miles from Canada to France. They fly in V-formation but the second ones don’t fly. They’re the subs for the first ones. And then the second ones take over – so it’s teamwork.
  757. I’m going to try to unite all Americans.
  758. I’m gonna be honest. I don’t care about much. I care about people liking my music. I made it very far without nothing being on radio.
  759. I’m gonna be making records anyway, even if I had to sell ’em out of the trunk of my car. I’m that kind of musician and singer.
  760. I’m gonna do the whole bedroom in camel color – it’s an old lady color.
  761. I’m gonna go hard no matter what because I gotta feed my family, and I gotta feed myself.
  762. I’m gonna keep Social Security without change, except I’m going to get rid of the waste, fraud, and abuse; same thing with Medicare.
  763. I’m gonna live till I die.
  764. I’m gonna put out another album and then another album after that. And then I’m gonna put out a mixtape, and then I’m gonna put out another ten songs, and then I’m gonna put out a hundred more songs and a thousand songs after that.
  765. I’m good with getting older because I feel like, one day, I know I will love myself.
  766. I’m governor of New York.
  767. I’m gradually working through my obsessions, and maybe, when they’re all free and clear, I’ll write a comedy. But I’m not there yet.
  768. I’m grateful and enjoying the ride.
  769. I’m grateful for always this moment, the now, no matter what form it takes.
  770. I’m grateful for every day.
  771. I’m grateful for everything. I’m grateful for my health, and I’m so grateful for the love in my life.
  772. I’m grateful for the evangelical resurgence we’ve seen across the world in the last half-century or so. It truly has been God’s doing.
  773. I’m grateful for the fans who’ve been there from the beginning and am excited about how we’ve grown and how we’ve evolved now.
  774. I’m grateful for the opportunities God gave me to minister to people in high places; people in power have spiritual and personal needs like everyone else, and often they have no one to talk to.
  775. I’m grateful to intelligent people. That doesn’t mean educated. That doesn’t mean intellectual. I mean really intelligent. What black old people used to call ‘mother wit’ means intelligence that you had in your mother’s womb. That’s what you rely on. You know what’s right to do.
  776. I’m greedy for that satisfaction of doing something hard and knowing that, even though I was afraid I couldn’t do it, that somehow I can deliver.
  777. I’m guilty for a lot of things.
  778. I’m half-Irish, half-Dutch, and I was born in Belgium. If I was a dog, I’d be in a hell of a mess!
  779. I’m happier and a better person when I work out, especially if I work out outdoors.
  780. I’m happiest when in front of the camera, and I didn’t know it until I got up there.
  781. I’m happiest with my family around me.
  782. I’m happy being myself, which I’ve never been before. I always hid in other people, or tried to find myself through the characters, or live out their lives, but I didn’t have those things in mine.
  783. I’m happy, so I just want to project that happiness through my music to make other people happy.
  784. I’m happy that I have my family, and I’m happy that I had Virginia, where I grew up, to retreat to any time I felt overwhelmed. Whenever there were times when I felt like the rug was being pulled out from under me and I was floating in this crazy space, I would stop and go back to that neighborhood and realize nothing’s changed, really.
  785. I’m happy to be a writer – of prose, poetry, every kind of writing. Every person in the world who isn’t a recluse, hermit or mute uses words. I know of no other art form that we always use.
  786. I’m happy to be everybody’s gay best friend.
  787. I’m happy to dance with anyone, to be honest. I’ve had some great partners, who have all been talented. But not all of them at dancing.
  788. I’m happy wherever I go, whatever I do. I’m happy in Iowa, I’m happy here in California.
  789. I’m here as a product of process of evolution, which doesn’t make very many exceptions. And which rates life relatively cheaply.
  790. I’m here now because of my faith. That’s what got me singing and what has kept me singing. That is what I have: what has kept me doing right and has provided me with the chances and the attitude and the skills to do this.
  791. I’m here to be an actor who wants to be remembered for her roles and her films rather than her looks.
  792. I’m here to break boundaries, man. That’s all. I’m here to be the first so that the people after me don’t have to think twice about expressing themselves and being free.
  793. I’m here to make music; I’m not here be a fashion model.
  794. I’m here to play football.
  795. I’m here today to warn you: I want you to watch out for the adversary. Guard yourself from any spirit of entitlement. Restrain any and all subtle temptation to gain attention or to find ways to promote yourself.
  796. I’m honest about the journey I’ve been on, so I definitely don’t take dating lightly anymore.
  797. I’m honestly not the kind of person who wants to step up to a podium, test the microphone and be like, ‘Hey, I’m homosexual and this is who I am, hear me roar.’ That’s not who I am.
  798. I’m honored that everybody’s inspired off my inspiration.
  799. I’m honored that people would think of me for any big role that is talked about a lot.
  800. I’m hooked on Glenn Close in ‘Damages.’
  801. I’m hopeful. I know there is a lot of ambition in Washington, obviously. But I hope the ambitious realize that they are more likely to succeed with success as opposed to failure.
  802. I’m hoping one day I can make one really good film.
  803. I’m horribly hands-on, I’m afraid. I like to read every caption.
  804. I’m hungry. Always have been, my whole career.
  805. I’m immortal … so far.
  806. I’m in a business where the only thing that matters is weight and appearance. That is so messed up. They might as well say ‘Get younger,’ because that’s how easy it is.
  807. I’m in a difficult position in the sense that, preposterous as this might sound, I don’t like being the centre of attention. I get up on stage every night and play songs, but I almost feel the songs are the centre of attention. I don’t like opening my birthday presents in front of people, either.
  808. I’m in a position of feeling secure enough so that I can say what I think is right and if so many people think it’s wrong that I get fired, well, I’ve got enough to eat.
  809. I’m in awe of the universe, but I don’t necessarily believe there’s an intelligence or agent behind it. I do have a passion for the visual in religious rituals, though, even though they may be completely empty and bereft of substance.
  810. I’m in awe of the universe, but I don’t necessarily believe there’s an intelligence or agent behind it. I do have a passion for the visual in religious rituals, though, even though they may be completely empty and bereft of substance. The incense is powerful and provocative, whether Buddhist or Catholic.
  811. I’m in California, and that usually leans Democratic, and that’s usually where I lean anyway… I would lean Democrat; I would lean Obama.
  812. I’m in Hollywood – I have no business not being in the movie industry.
  813. I’m in love with Ariana Grande – she’s got a very curious personality; I hear she loves Freddy Krueger, and I love Freddy Krueger, which makes me feel like we’d be perfect for each other.
  814. I’m in love with ‘Bravo.’ Me and my girlfriends love ‘Bravo-ing,’ which doesn’t necessarily mean watching ‘Bravo.’ It’s when you’re a bum and you’re on your couch watching reality shows.
  815. I’m in love with lots of different things. I do love love, though. I don’t think love should make you feel uneasy. When you feel sick, I don’t think that’s love – that’s infatuation. Someone who makes you feel like that is exciting – it’s the one that you imagine when you think of an amazing affair – but that’s not actually a stable love.
  816. I’m in love with the markets of the world. It’s a photograph of a city, a culture.
  817. I’m in politics. I’m in government, so nothing surprises me.
  818. I’m in shape. Round is a shape.
  819. I’m in the early stages of a film called ‘Freezing Time’ about Eadweard Muybridge, the Victorian photographer who was really the forefather of cinema. Digital animators still treat his images like the Bible. He was a very obsessed man.
  820. I’m in the game of spinning plates. I’m spinning a boxing plate. I’m spinning a Tae Kwon Do plate. I’m spinning a Jujitsu plate. I’m spinning a freestyle wrestling plate. I’m spinning a karate plate. If I was to put all them down and have one boxing plate spinning, it would be like a load off my shoulders.
  821. I’m in the real world, some people try to steal from me, and I stop them, frequently, take them to court. I love a good lawsuit. It’s fun.
  822. I’m in this business to be creative – I’ll even diminish it and say to be a content provider.
  823. I’m inconsistent, even to myself.
  824. I’m indie through and through. I’ve always gone out with boys in bands.
  825. I’m inherently a chameleon… to not evolve is to not live.
  826. I’m inspired by artists and musicians. There are so many wonderful and talented people in the world. I love discovering new music, new writers, or new art.
  827. I’m inspired by history, different periods.
  828. I’m intelligent enough to survive happily and be compassionate. If I were too smart, I would realize all the ills of the world.
  829. I’m interested in aesthetics, in the way things look, in finding something in an image that maybe people haven’t seen.
  830. I’m interested in anything about revolt, disorder, chaos, especially activity that appears to have no meaning. It seems to me to be the road toward freedom.
  831. I’m interested in character and dialogue and exchange of ideas.
  832. I’m interested in designing for posterity.
  833. I’m interested in film – any aspect – acting, directing, writing.
  834. I’m interested in food and sharing my passion with a community of like-minded people. All of the celebrity stuff that comes along with that is just an incidental byproduct of being able to do what I love for a living.
  835. I’m interested in Jeff Bridges. I love that guy. And I did like Carey Mulligan in ‘An Education.’ And I love Meryl Streep, but if they could ban ‘Julie & Julia,’ I’d be in favor of that.
  836. I’m interested in movement, and I’m interested in money, and I’m interested in the movement of money.
  837. I’m interested in people who are very close to the people who commit crimes.
  838. I’m interested in seeing artists whom I respect who are very focused on the Black Lives Matter moment, bringing that into storytelling in a way that really amplifies the beauty and the humanity of people of color, and does it without having to wave a big sign that says, ‘This is what we’re doing.’
  839. I’m interested in the dream and subconscious mind, the peculiar dream-like quality of our lives, sometime nightmare quality of our lives.
  840. I’m interested in the fact that the less secure a man is, the more likely he is to have extreme prejudice.
  841. I’m interested in things that change the world or that affect the future and wondrous, new technology where you see it, and you’re like, ‘Wow, how did that even happen? How is that possible?’
  842. I’m interested in women’s health because I’m a woman. I’d be a darn fool not to be on my own side.
  843. I’m interested in writing that explores all sides of human beings.
  844. I’m into heavy duty, psychedelic, foreign music. That’s what I like listening to.
  845. I’m into ‘House of Cards.’ ‘Breaking Bad’ – my God, did I binge on that!
  846. I’m into ‘The Walking Dead,’ ‘Shaun of the Dead,’ obviously, and I’ve seen all the Romero movies. I am a classic zombie queen. And I love the White Walkers on ‘Game of Thrones.’ Weirdly, it wasn’t until pretty late in life that I found my entry point into horror films.
  847. I’m involved in some action scenes, so they’ll train me for that. I’ll be working with my acting coach to prepare for my character.
  848. I’m involved in the work around prison rights in general.
  849. I’m Japanese, but restaurants in my hometown served the most sanitized versions of California rolls. I grew up eating a lot of Japanese food at home that my parents or grandparents made.
  850. I’m just a down-to-earth guy.
  851. I’m just a friendly person; that runs in my family.
  852. I’m just a kid from Bronx who got lucky.
  853. I’m just a kid – I’ve got a lot of stuff to do yet.
  854. I’m just a kid that defied the odds. I’m just a kid that ignored the doubt. I’m just a kid from a little place in Dublin, Ireland, that went all the way, and I’m going to continue to go all the way.
  855. I’m just a pretty regular dad.
  856. I’m just a regular 24/7 dad now.
  857. I’m just a simple country girl.
  858. I’m just an average woman with average concerns.
  859. I’m just an individual who doesn’t feel that I need to have somebody qualify my work in any particular way. I’m working for me.
  860. I’m just an ordinary person.
  861. I’m just being me. If I’m not enough, I don’t know what to tell you. I’m not going to apologize about it.
  862. I’m just changing the game because I know what the fans want and the people want ’cause I’m a fan of hip-hop.
  863. I’m just competitive. It doesn’t matter what it is. I want to win.
  864. I’m just confused as to where we lost that in America because it is everyone’s God-given right to think the way they think and that’s fine. That’s why our ancestors came here to America, to believe what they want, pray how they want and follow a religion with whoever they want.
  865. I’m just glad I was able to return to some of that innocence and beauty I had as a child when I started my own family, and my children brought me back some of that spirit.
  866. I’m just glad that there’s some diversity in the music industry with women so people know that you can be literally anything and still be able to make it.
  867. I’m just glad to be feeling better. I really thought I’d be seeing Elvis soon.
  868. I’m just going to say I’m not gay. I really, really like women. That’s all I can really say about that.
  869. I’m just going to say it: I’m pro-guilt. Guilt is good. Guilt helps us stay on track because it’s about our behavior. It occurs when we compare something we’ve done – or failed to do – with our personal values.
  870. I’m just grateful I didn’t have to spend my early 20s in front of paparazzi cameras.
  871. I’m just happy to be part of the family, the decathlon family.
  872. I’m just hoping that people understand that Islam is peace and not violence.
  873. I’m just human, and I have great relationships with the people that work for me.
  874. I’m just in love with Burberry. Always have been, always will be.
  875. I’m just like you – I want to be a good human being. I’m doing my best, and I’m working at it. And I’m trying to be a Christian. I’m always amazed when people walk up to me and say, ‘I’m a Christian.’ I always think, ‘Already? You’ve already got it?’ I’m working at it. And at my age, I’ll still be working at it at 96.
  876. I’m just looking to learn, grow, stay focused, and become a better fighter and a better athlete.
  877. I’m just myself, so I don’t know that I think of myself as a nerd icon.
  878. I’m just not used to talking that much about myself. It feels strange.
  879. I’m just overwhelmed with the fact that I had a signature shoe. It’s actually ‘my shoe.’
  880. I’m just preparing my impromptu remarks.
  881. I’m just really excited to be doing what I love, and I think that’s the best part about all of this.
  882. I’m just really good at dressing my body’s proportions.
  883. I’m just someone who likes cooking and for whom sharing food is a form of expression.
  884. I’m just such a good kisser.
  885. I’m just trying to be myself. I’m not trying to be anyone else.
  886. I’m just trying to get those marquee victories and continue to get those accomplishments so when the time comes and the vote is cast, hopefully my spot is secured in the Boxing Hall of Fame.
  887. I’m just very wary that once you start military operations in any country, it’s very difficult to predict what the outcome is.
  888. I’m kind of a gossip hound, but watching the media whip the small fires into giant forest fires so that they can cover the result is infuriating.
  889. I’m kind of boring.
  890. I’m kind of claustrophobic… It’s not even like enclosed spaces. It’s like I hate being stuck in one band, you know? Just being stuck is the biggest drag, for fear that, you know, just that you can’t get out.
  891. I’m kind of obsessed with food. I like to eat. When I tour, it’s like, well, like a food tour as much as a comedy tour.
  892. I’m kind of obsessed with food. I like to eat.
  893. I’m learning how strong I am, how resilient I am. I’m learning my weaknesses.
  894. I’m less genial than people think, but I’m too timid to seem nasty.
  895. I’m less interested in reality. I’m more interested in perception, the truth of the universe that we see.
  896. I’m light skinned, and I used to lean on that because that’s something a lot of black people pride themselves on, and it’s weird.
  897. I’m, like, a binge gamer.
  898. I’m like a menu at an expensive restaurant; you can look at me, but you can’t afford me.
  899. I’m like a really goofy home ec teacher.
  900. I’m like a recovering perfectionist. For me it’s one day at a time.
  901. I’m like a sight gag.
  902. I’m like Albert Schweitzer and Bertrand Russell and Albert Einstein in that I have a respect for life – in any form. I believe in nature, in the birds, the sea, the sky, in everything I can see or that there is real evidence for. If these things are what you mean by God, then I believe in God.
  903. I’m like an expensive menu… you can look but you can’t afford!
  904. I’m like Jane Austen – I work on the corner of the dining table.
  905. I’m like John Q. Public. I represent what every guy wants and needs.
  906. I’m like Johnny Cash. I only wear black.
  907. I’m like Madonna: I keep reinventing myself.
  908. I’m like that person who hates going to magic shows – and I love magic, I love wizards – but going to a show where there is any possibility of audience participation is a nightmare for me.
  909. I’m like the Ben Affleck of crowd surfing.
  910. I’m like the luckiest girl in the world. I’ve gotten to be a princess, I’ve gotten to work with the Muppets. A lot of my childhood dreams about who I wanted to be when I was a grown-up, I at least get to play them in movies.
  911. I’m like your mother, your sister, whatever.
  912. I’m living my life for an audience of one. I live my life to please God. And I believe if He’s pleased, that people like my mother and my daddy, my grandparents, you know, my husband, my children, they’ll be pleased.
  913. I’m living out my dreams and I love what I do.
  914. I’m living to the edges of my fingernails, using everything I have. It’s impossible for me to look at things politically or in any way as a project, to further my career. You’re injected directly into the blood of the places in which you’re living and what’s going on there.
  915. I’m looking for backing for an unauthorized auto-biography that I am writing. Hopefully, this will sell in such huge numbers that I will be able to sue myself for an extraordinary amount of money and finance the film version in which I will play everybody.
  916. I’m looking forward to, as an actor, having to do some stuff that’s out of my comfort zone. It makes for interesting work and when you’re uncomfortable doing something; then it’s going to be interesting when they film it.
  917. I’m looking forward to becoming a marvelous – excuse the word marvelous – character actress. like Marie Dressler, like Will Rogers.
  918. I’m luckier than my grandfather, who didn’t move more than five miles from the village in which he was born.
  919. I’m lucky: almost all my family has lived to be very old. I have one grandfather who lived to be 100.
  920. I’m lucky because I do get to fly first-class now.
  921. I’m lucky: I’ve got great photogenic eyes. You’re up and running if you’ve got that and one brain cell to attach it to.
  922. I’m mad in the front of my mind, but business-minded in the back.
  923. I’m married. My wife, Stella – a beautiful woman. She’s brought a lot of peace to my life, a lot of wisdom.
  924. I’m married to an Italian woman, and I used to love cooking Italian at home, because it’s one-pot cooking. But my wife does not approve of my Italian cooking.
  925. I’m me: I’m a fun, easy-going guy that likes to work hard, who’s very driven and determined.
  926. I’m mischievous, but I’m calculated.
  927. I’m more at home with my log cabins than I am in my house in Cherry Hill.
  928. I’m more comfortable writing traditional protagonists. But ‘Steve Jobs’ and ‘The Social Network’ have antiheroes. I like to write antiheroes as if they’re making their case to God about why they should be allowed into heaven. I have to find something in that character that is like me and write to that.
  929. I’m more interested in being good than being famous.
  930. I’m more interested in books than people, and I always expect everybody else to be, but they’re not.
  931. I’m more of an adventurous type than a relationship type.
  932. I’m more socialist certainly than New Labour – I’m very old Labour, really.
  933. I’m mortified to be on the stage, but then again, it’s the only place where I’m happy.
  934. I’m most at home on the stage. I was carried onstage for the first time when I was six months old.
  935. I’m most at home on the stage.
  936. I’m most comfortable in my birthday suit.
  937. I’m most embarrassed at my art shows, even though I don’t show it.
  938. I’m most impressed by the Russian writers, so I love reading the works of Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky. Another author who has informed the way I think is the French philosopher, Blaise Pascal.
  939. I’m most suspicious of scripts that have a lot of stage direction at the top of the page… sunrise over the desert and masses of… a whole essay before you get to the dialogue.
  940. I’m much calmer as I get older, but I’m still just as capable of getting that strung-out stressed-out feeling of mental and spiritual unwellness.
  941. I’m much faster now. When you only have a certain amount of time to write, after a while you learn to use your time well or you stop writing.
  942. I’m much happier talking with people than I am flirting with them.
  943. I’m much healthier now.
  944. I’m much more comfortable speaking through my characters’ voices than my own.
  945. I’m Muslim the way many of my Jewish friends are Jewish: I avoid pork, and I take the big holidays off.
  946. I’m my own worst critic, and if I don’t pull off what I think I wanted to do in my head, then I won’t be a happy girl.
  947. I’m naturally a nice person. I’m not trying to have any problems with people. I’m done with the drama and trouble. I want a stress-free life.
  948. I’m naturally an optimist, but my basis for hope is rooted in my understanding of human nature.
  949. I’m nearly always at home at the weekends; that’s important for every working woman today, not just me. I don’t encourage people to come in at the weekend and work; I encourage people to go home and create great families.
  950. I’m neither a millennial nor a hipster.
  951. I’m nervous about our civic culture. I’m not sure the Internet is largely the cause of it. It’s certainly the cause of careless writing. People who get used to blurbing things on the Internet are never going to be good writers.
  952. I’m nervous whenever I perform.
  953. I’m neurotic. I complain all the time. I’m a workaholic. And I’m never satisfied.
  954. I’m never a reliable narrator, unbiased or objective.
  955. I’m never any good in the morning. It is only after four in the afternoon that I get going.
  956. I’m never fully satisfied with any Microsoft product.
  957. I’m never going to be fat – never again. I’m going to make it easy on my pallbearers.
  958. I’m never going to be one of those people who is good at organization. But I’m very visual. I have a catalog in my head of things I already own, so it’s easy to shop and I always know exactly what I’m looking for.
  959. I’m never happy with my performance.
  960. I’m never just on the couch. Being busy is part of who I am. But it’s hard juggling my family, my husband, balancing that time.
  961. I’m never looking at life in terms of legacy.
  962. I’m never satisfied unless I get the last word.
  963. I’m never tired of going to the studio. I enjoy recording and documenting everything and trying new things.
  964. I’m never without my personalised Anya Hindmarch diary – I keep my schedule online, too, but my diary is always in my bag. It’s crammed Post-its.
  965. I’m no hillbilly singer.
  966. I’m no leader; I’m a little humble follower.
  967. I’m no longer just a candidate. I’m the President. I know what it means to send young Americans into battle, for I have held in my arms the mothers and fathers of those who didn’t return. I’ve shared the pain of families who’ve lost their homes, and the frustration of workers who’ve lost their jobs.
  968. I’m no natural beauty. If I’m gonna have any looks at all, I’m gonna have to create them.
  969. I’m nobody, who are you?
  970. I’m not 100% nice all the time, so I find it quite hard to be really pleasant.
  971. I’m not a babysitter.
  972. I’m not a beautiful prom-girl type.
  973. I’m not a big fan of talking about dying. And then I make a movie where I kill everybody.
  974. I’m not a big fan of the post-Armageddon stories, where Denzel Washington is walking around in a torn coat.
  975. I’m not a centerfold.
  976. I’m not a chick-flick enthusiast.
  977. I’m not a Christian, but I think the Christian message is a good one.
  978. I’m not a confrontational person in real life, so I really don’t wanna get into arguments or fistfights with people I’m making fun of.
  979. I’m not a conservative of any kind.
  980. I’m not a crier.
  981. I’m not a critic, and I never talk about other people’s work.
  982. I’m not a Democrat, I’m an Independent, but I caucus with the Democrats.
  983. I’m not a dictator. It’s just that I have a grumpy face.
  984. I’m not a dieter. I have the palate of a 7-year-old boy, although I’m working on it. I order off the kids’ menu! I’m working hard to eat more fruit and veggies and round it all out, but I’m a big pretzels and Diet Coke kind of girl.
  985. I’m not a dirty fighter. Everybody knows that.
  986. I’m not a DJ, I don’t know how to scratch and I don’t know how to mix, but I do know how to party. One of my jobs is actually to travel the world and party.
  987. I’m not a DJ – I don’t know how to scratch or mix records, but I know how to party, and I know music. I grew up in Philly; it’s a very musical city. My house was full of music.
  988. I’m not a fan of Twitter.
  989. I’m not a fast writer at all. I come empty and wait upon the Lord. So it really is all a waiting process, a patient process.
  990. I’m not a first-place person.
  991. I’m not a fitness model; I’m just a singer. If people focus on that, that’s what I care about.
  992. I’m not a follower of this or that religious leader. More wars are started because of religious leaders, and people are following and they don’t know why… That is religiosity. That is what turns people into robots.
  993. I’m not a gangster, bro.
  994. I’m not a gay rights activist.
  995. I’m not a good rapper. For whatever reason, my brain does not work that way. I just do the beginning, like, ‘Yeah, yeah! Ha ha! Woo! What up? Come on! Get at me!’ I’m Captain Hook.
  996. I’m not a good storyteller. I always think I’m going to get interrupted, or something’s going to get edited. I think that comes from being in a large family, so you have to get your story in really quick or someone cuts you off.
  997. I’m not a great student, so I don’t know that I would have been a great detective. Part of my brain sort of works that way, like wanting to figure out puzzles and figure out what happened and why people do the things they do and who they are and how it happened.
  998. I’m not a health freak. I just work out every day.
  999. I’m not a huge fan of Bruce Springsteen, and it’s certainly not because of his politics. I just don’t like the aesthetic.
  1000. I’m not a huge TV person. I don’t like having the noise when I’m doing other things unless I’m really lonely, and then I turn the TV on. But I do like to sit down and watch TV in the evenings.
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