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  1. I have a dream that one day every valley shall be exalted, every hill and mountain shall be made low, the rough places will be made straight and the glory of the Lord shall be revealed and all flesh shall see it together.
  2. I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia, the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit together at the table of brotherhood.
  3. I have a dual role as founder of AERIN and Image and Style Director of Estee Lauder. So work is a bit of a juggling act.
  4. I have a European frame of mind and Europe is my home.
  5. I have a fairly realistic idea about what my gifts and limitations are.
  6. I have a family, loving aunts, and a good home. No, on the surface I seem to have everything except my one true friend. All I think about when I’m with friends is having a good time. I can’t bring myself to talk about anything but ordinary everyday things. We don’t seem to be able to get any closer, and that’s the problem.
  7. I have a fantastic studio in my home, and it’s my biggest toy. I have about a half a million dollars worth of musical equipment in my house.
  8. I have a fantasy where Ted Turner is elected President but refuses because he doesn’t want to give up power.
  9. I have a feeling that I make a very good friend, and I’m a good mother, and a good sister, and a good citizen. I am involved in life itself – all of it. And I have a lot of energy and a lot of nerve.
  10. I have a few friends that I think would go to bat for me no matter what. Flea is definitely one of them. Guy Oseary is one of them.
  11. I have a fireplace in my kitchen that I light every night, no matter what.
  12. I have a fondness for writing about precocious, troubled teenagers, who are alienating, but kind of endearing. It’s from remembering so clearly that time in my own life. I experienced myself as more dramatically troubled than I was, but I just remember how it felt.
  13. I have a friend – I send her one text and I get 20 texts back. Guys don’t want a million texts. It’s exhausting.
  14. I have a full and satisfying life. My work and my family are very important to me.
  15. I have a garden in my backyard that’s completely organic, which I’m very proud of.
  16. I have a general sense of excitement about the future, and I don’t know what that looks like yet. But it will be whatever I make it.
  17. I have a girl crush on Olivia Munn so much, especially on ‘Newsroom.’ And Cara Delevingne, but who doesn’t love her face? Viola Davis is my acting crush.
  18. I have a great career, and I have wonderful fans who really are supportive and loyal – because I’m not hiding anything from them.
  19. I have a great deal of company in the house, especially in the morning when nobody calls.
  20. I have a great, great company. I employ thousands of people. And I’m very proud of the job I did.
  21. I have a great memory.
  22. I have a great relationship with the Mexican people.
  23. I have a great respect for incremental improvement, and I’ve done that sort of thing in my life, but I’ve always been attracted to the more revolutionary changes. I don’t know why. Because they’re harder. They’re much more stressful emotionally. And you usually go through a period where everybody tells you that you’ve completely failed.
  24. I have a great story to tell… and I tell it well. No holds barred.
  25. I have a hard time articulating the emotional experience of working on a film. Even when I have meetings on films or discussing them with directors, I find that’s my biggest challenge. Different words mean different things to people.
  26. I have a hard time retaining the lines. Even on set I make mistakes but I’m okay with that.
  27. I have a harder time eating properly than I do exercising. It’s easier for me to add an activity than to deny myself something. And when I do lose the weight, I don’t like that it makes me feel good about myself. It’s not who I am.
  28. I have a hat. It is graceful and feminine and give me a certain dignity, as if I were attending a state funeral or something. Someday I may get up enough courage to wear it, instead of carrying it.
  29. I have a high self-opinion – I don’t need to hide that. I don’t need to be self-deprecating.
  30. I have a journal of everything I’ve ever climbed since 2005. For the entry about free soloing Half Dome, I put a frowny face and added some little notes about what I should have done better, and then underlined it. Turns out that is one of my biggest climbing achievements.
  31. I have a long-standing history of respecting artists’ wishes.
  32. I have a lot of boyfriends, I want you to write that. Every country I visit, I have a different boyfriend. And I kiss them all.
  33. I have a lot of diehard fans. Ace Frehley fans and Kiss fans are the greatest fans in the world.
  34. I have a lot of fake food in my apartment, but I’m picky about it. Old plaster food, like from the ’50s is really nice, hollowed out paper-mache food from old plays – the new stuff just looks too good.
  35. I have a lot of good girlfriends that I really love, but you know, most of my close friends are men.
  36. I have a lot of nice Italian winter clothes that make me look like a sophisticated Lebanese professor, so my friend Robert and I go around pretending to be experts in Arabic politics. It doesn’t work in the summer though. I don’t have the right clothes.
  37. I have a lot of passion. I have a lot of pride. I think I do get that from my family. But you can be driven and be nice.
  38. I have a lot of repression. So repression is what I make movies about.
  39. I have a lot of respect for people who are great at ad-libbing and for writers and directors who are able to create a scene in which that works. Judd Apatow is fantastic at it. But as an audience member, I like the sound of something that’s been written – I like it to sound written.
  40. I have a lot of staples in my wardrobe. I love to pair a silk or lace blouse with a fitted black pant. This combination feels effortless yet put together.
  41. I have a lot of weird interests, but everything I do is artistic.
  42. I have a lot of what you might call creative self-loathing – I have pretty high expectations, and they seem to consistently be higher than what I’m able to accomplish.
  43. I have a lot to be grateful for.
  44. I have a love affair with tomatoes and corn. I remember them from my childhood. I only had them in the summer. They were extraordinary.
  45. I have a love-hate relationship with white silk.
  46. I have a love interest in every one of my films: a gun.
  47. I have a lovely light blue Kate Spade wallet. It has pockets for many credit cards, business cards, health insurance cards, and a Burke Williams card for when I want to go to the spa!
  48. I have a magnificent chin and a long, odd-shaped face. As a result, I always look better in collars.
  49. I have a Maltipoo named Blondie. She is so cute!
  50. I have a mess in my head sometimes, and there’s something very satisfying about putting it into words. Certainly it’s not something that you’re in charge of, necessarily, but writing about it, putting it into your words, can be a very powerful experience.
  51. I have a new philosophy. I’m only going to dread one day at a time.
  52. I have a nice office. I have a nice house… So I’m not denying myself some great things. I just don’t happen to have expensive hobbies.
  53. I have a notebook, and I know what decisions will be made in pre-production. Everything is pre-determined in the pre-production period. I visually design the whole thing, and I know when things will happen.
  54. I have a particular relationship with Vinod Khosla because he’s got a lot of very interesting science-based energy startups.
  55. I have a passion for luggage – trunks and so on. I have a collection of them, but I can never resist buying another piece.
  56. I have a perfect cure for a sore throat: cut it.
  57. I have a pet peeve about bands that don’t play their hits. I think it’s kind of selfish.
  58. I have a photograph at home of Fred Astaire from the knees down with his feet crossed. It’s kind of inspiring because it reminds me his feet were bleeding at the end of rehearsals. Yet when you watch him, all you see is freedom. It’s a reminder of what the job is about in general, not just being in musicals.
  59. I have a portrait of Saint Thomas More in my office.
  60. I have a private plane. But I fly commercial when I go to environmental conferences.
  61. I have a problem, if the light goes on on TV and it blinks midnight, I don’t know how to fix it.
  62. I have a profound empathy for people who are in the public eye, whether they manifest it themselves or whether it happened by accident – it doesn’t matter to me. I think there’s a great misunderstanding of what it is to be famous.
  63. I have a punishing workout regimen. Every day I do 3 minutes on a treadmill, then I lie down, drink a glass of vodka and smoke a cigarette.
  64. I have a real soft spot in my heart for librarians and people who care about books.
  65. I have a real thing for Mexican directors. And I love Guillermo del Toro and Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu.
  66. I have a relatively sunny spirit, and I always had the expectation that my path through life would be relatively sunny, no matter what happened. I have never allowed myself to be bitter.
  67. I have a reputation for being cold and aloof, but I’m so not that woman. I’m passionate. I love my girls, being with my girlfriends, getting involved with issues that affect other women and children who are suffering.
  68. I have a road bike and a mountain bike, and I tend to use them both a lot. They help you keep your balance and your stamina.
  69. I have a Rolex, but no diamonds. Rappers wear diamonds to compensate for a lack of fashion sense. I don’t even have pierced ears – I’m not into that; it’s too much.
  70. I have a scar on my left thigh, kind of almost near my knee. I essentially fell in the 2002 Olympics and when I hit the wall – because of the impact – my right leg kind of came in at like a knife-type angle and stabbed my leg with my own skate blade.
  71. I have a self-defense mind. I’ve had it all my life.
  72. I have a sexy side to me, but it’s more of a fun sexy.
  73. I have a slight bit of OCD, I think. I’m not walking around flipping light switches. But when I say I’m going to do something, I have to do it.
  74. I have a small room to write in. One wall is completely covered in books. And I face the window with the curtain closed to stop the light hitting the computer.
  75. I have a son, who is my heart. A wonderful young man, daring and loving and strong and kind.
  76. I have a strong feeling that I shall be glad when I am dead and done for – scrapped at last to make room for somebody better, cleverer, more perfect than myself.
  77. I have a strong impulse to protect history and time and the lineage of events.
  78. I have a strong preference for being alive.
  79. I have a super supportive family.
  80. I have a tendency to be awfully big-hearted and it’s very hard for me to say no, even when I need to.
  81. I have a theory about the human mind. A brain is a lot like a computer. It will only take so many facts, and then it will go on overload and blow up.
  82. I have a theory: I believe that with the advent of the United States and the lawful definition of marriage, it was defined as between one man and one woman. It was anti-polygamy, in effect saying no man can hoard his women.
  83. I have a tip that can take 5 strokes off anyone’s golf game. It’s called an eraser.
  84. I have a tip that will take five strokes off anyone’s golf game. It’s called an eraser.
  85. I have a tremendous network of friends and colleagues at other firms.
  86. I have a true love for the old style of Catskill comic. There’s a joy in discovering a bad joke… and then there’s the joy of delivering it like, ‘Isn’t this a hacky joke?’
  87. I have a unique ability to predict the flight of the ball, and my teammates have a unique ability to find me.
  88. I have a very all-over-the-place lifestyle. The people I know who are married – 90 percent of them have houses and live in the same place and sleep in the same bed every night.
  89. I have a very dark sense of humor. I swear. I have a very playful relationship with Jesus.
  90. I have a very distinct memory of ‘ExciteBike’ and making my own courses. I had an obsession with that game.
  91. I have a very good family. I’m very fortunate to have a very good family. I believe very strongly in the family. It’s one of the things we have in our platform, is to talk about it.
  92. I have a very good sense of my body and where it’s at. Although I don’t feel the ground in the same way that somebody else would, I’m very aware… I can feel pressure, and I know exactly where my toes are and exactly where my heel is.
  93. I have a very high expectation for everything I do. And when I go out and compete, I expect myself to make every play.
  94. I have a very muscular face.
  95. I have a very nice garden and extraordinary markets, where there are products from the earth and the sea, in the French Basque country.
  96. I have a very serious censorship office inside my head; it censors things that I could tell you that you would never forget, and I don’t want to be the person to stick that in your brain.
  97. I have a very strict gun control policy: if there’s a gun around, I want to be in control of it.
  98. I have a very strong will.
  99. I have a Viking stove. The color is butter lemon, and I had to wait several months for it, because that color wasn’t available and I really wanted butter lemon! But I don’t know that it’s seriously ever been cooked on. I mean, I make tea every morning. Does that count?
  100. I have a vision of India: an India free of hunger and fear, an India free of illiteracy and want.
  101. I have a whole ‘Halo’ corner in my house. One time, when I went to Bungie, they gave me this awesome ‘Halo: Reach’ backpack. Usually, when you get stuff like that, it either ends up in the garage or going to charity. But I walk around with that ‘Halo: Reach’ backpack all the time, and I drink out of my ‘Halo: Reach’ bottle every day.
  102. I have a wonderful road manager, and he travels with me. And my valet and friend travels with me. My little entourage is great, and they take good care of me.
  103. I have a writer’s memory which makes everything worse than maybe it actually was.
  104. I have about concluded that wealth is a state of mind, and that anyone can acquire a wealthy state of mind by thinking rich thoughts.
  105. I have absolute faith in the correctness of my course.
  106. I have absolute respect for Israel and people in Israel who are critical of their own country.
  107. I have absolutely no plans and no expectations of ever being a candidate again.
  108. I have ADD. I can’t pay attention to one thing too long.
  109. I have all of the Apple products. Everything I’ve ever written, I’ve written on a Mac. My first computer, my roommates and I chipped in, and we got that first Macintosh – 128K. It had as much memory as a greeting card that plays music.
  110. I have all the admiration in the world for somebody like Bono, who really puts himself on the line and tries actively to do something about our world situation.
  111. I have all the time in the world. I am in touch with the timeless. I am surrounded by infinity. When I think like that, it doesn’t mean I’m going to miss my train, it just means that I’m not thinking about it right now because I’m speaking to you.
  112. I have also seen children successfully surmounting the effects of an evil inheritance. That is due to purity being an inherent attribute of the soul.
  113. I have always been a bit of an introvert. In fact, my dad used to force me to meet people so that my interpersonal skills improve. As an individual, I was happiest when left alone.
  114. I have always been a person who is extremely comfortable in my skin. I have always just been myself in all these years on the public platform.
  115. I have always been a very visual person and a keen observer.
  116. I have always been afraid of banks.
  117. I have always been amazed at the way an ordinary observer lends so much more credence and attaches so much more importance to waking events than to those occurring in dreams… Man… is above all the plaything of his memory.
  118. I have always been an honest trader. I come from a school of traders where there was honour in the deal. No contracts, just a handshake and that’s it, done. That’s the way I prefer to do business but it’s not always possible these days, sadly.
  119. I have always been an old-line Henry Clay Whig.
  120. I have always been fascinated by the human mind, conscious and unconscious – that is what writing and reading is about, too. The why of your life and the why of your choices and the what has happened that you know and the what that you don’t know is really riveting, and psychoanalysts share my wonder at how it all unfolds.
  121. I have always been fascinated with those who try to look over the horizon and see things that are coming at us.
  122. I have always been interested in health care and doing something that is dramatic.
  123. I have always been regretting that I was not as wise as the day I was born.
  124. I have always been very wary of what would happen when I die. I feel I would die every day, and that thought sometimes made me more aware that I am alive.
  125. I have always believed that there is nothing greater than a life in rock n’ roll – it has to be good rock n’ roll – and I still think it is true.
  126. I have always brought home stray animals – everything from squirrels to wild rabbits to foxes and turtles.
  127. I have always considered myself to be spiritual in a way that has less to do with religion and more with an awareness that you have, and the consciousness you have of being alive and the consciousness that you will be dead.
  128. I have always drawn strength from being close to home.
  129. I have always enjoyed watching my songs make people cry.
  130. I have always felt a little homeless. It’s a strange thing.
  131. I have always felt an excellent rapport ever since my very first concert in Britain at Hampton Court. I have always felt understood. The British understand opera very well.
  132. I have always felt extremely weird. But I am very happy with my weirdnesses, and I want other people to be very happy with theirs.
  133. I have always felt intuitively that somehow such wealth cannot be the privy of any one person or any one family.
  134. I have always felt that I am the sum total of my parts.
  135. I have always felt that my work is religious, not sacrilegious.
  136. I have always fought for concrete facts, for justice.
  137. I have always found that mercy bears richer fruits than strict justice.
  138. I have always had a talent for irritating women since I was fourteen.
  139. I have always had the feeling I could do anything and my dad told me I could. I was in college before I found out he might be wrong.
  140. I have always had this view about the modern education system: we pay attention to brain development, but the development of warmheartedness we take for granted.
  141. I have always hated slavery, I think, as much as any abolitionist. I have been an Old Line Whig. I have always hated it, but I have always been quiet about it until this new era of the introduction of the Nebraska Bill began.
  142. I have always held firmly to the thought that each one of us can do a little to bring some portion of misery to an end.
  143. I have always looked at the world through the prism of money to some degree. If you could follow the money, it explains a lot of things, in all sorts of aspects of the world. You can look at politics through the prism of money. You can look at art through the prism of money. You can look at sports through the prism of money.
  144. I have always looked for ways to give back because I think it’s a responsibility we all share.
  145. I have always loved beauty and fashion. Some of my earliest memories are of being surrounded by fragrances and lipstick samples.
  146. I have always loved music and singing, and I am open to listen to any type of music. Regardless of my mood, my heart is always set racing when I listen to opera. When I decide which music I want to hear, my choice is almost invariably an opera recording.
  147. I have always maintained that the only group I belong to consists of my family, my wife Lily, my mother, my sons Omri and Gilad.
  148. I have always noticed that deeply and truly religious persons are fond of a joke, and I am suspicious of those who aren’t.
  149. I have always observed that to succeed in the world one should seem a fool, but be wise.
  150. I have always regarded myself, in the first place, as an African patriot.
  151. I have always said that innocence is much more powerful than experience.
  152. I have always thought of myself as an inventor first and foremost. An engineer. An entrepreneur. In that order. I never thought of myself as an employee. But my first jobs as an adult were as an employee: at IBM, and then at my first start-up.
  153. I have always thought that, of all the arts, the cinema is the most complete art.
  154. I have always tried to perform the music I love, and I think I am lucky because my preferences are often the ones of the public.
  155. I have always tried with my shows – win, lose, or draw – to take the boundaries of music as far as I can.
  156. I have always wanted a bunny and I’ll always have a rabbit the rest of my life.
  157. I have always wanted to do a show where I could stay home. When you make movies, you might as well take a dart and throw it at a map.
  158. I have an amazing metabolism. I’m sure that’ll be gone one day. But I like to exercise, too, so I don’t think I’ll ever get really fat.
  159. I have an amazing team; I have amazing producers; I have amazing writers, but at the end of it, it’s me making the decisions on the writing, the tone, the editing.
  160. I have an Apple computer, which I use to play Spider Solitaire and do research on the Internet.
  161. I have an attention span that’s as long as it has to be.
  162. I have an awfully good life.
  163. I have an excellent memory, a most excellent memory.
  164. I have an immense amount of respect for acting. I’ve always loved movies and was always fascinated by movie-making. But to become an actor, I wanted to commit myself.
  165. I have an inner satisfaction of having done what I thought was right at the time which I thought was propitious.
  166. I have an iPhone, and I can text, and I can use the phone, and I can even take pictures with it.
  167. I have an irrational fear that something bad is going to happen to me when I’m drinking out of a water fountain. I have no idea why.
  168. I have an obsession for quality. I work for my guests, not to obtain Michelin stars.
  169. I have an older brother and older sister. My older sister is the girliest girl on the planet, so I just hated everything about that. I did anything my brother did. He actually got me into wrestling. I watched it because he did, and I played video games because he did.
  170. I have an unreasonably optimistic view of the world.
  171. I have an urge to communicate. I think I’m a change from what it would be like dating a normal guy who doesn’t talk too much.
  172. I have argued for years that we do not have a health care system in America. We have a disease-management system – one that depends on ruinously expensive drugs and surgeries that treat health conditions after they manifest rather than giving our citizens simple diet, lifestyle and therapeutic tools to keep them healthy.
  173. I have as many pictures of my vocal cords as I do of my children. I have a great ear, nose and throat doctor, and we look at them – if there’s some redness, maybe I’ll take a little time off.
  174. I have as much authority as the Pope, I just don’t have as many people who believe it.
  175. I have become convinced that everything that is classy doesn’t go away.
  176. I have become like a rhinoceros – thick-skinned – all the gossip about my numerous affairs does not bother me anymore.
  177. I have been a Republican since 1966.
  178. I have been as sincere a worshipper of Aurora as the Greeks.
  179. I have been away from home since I was 17.
  180. I have been black and blue in some spot, somewhere, almost all my life from too intimate contacts with my own furniture.
  181. I have been brought up and trained to have the utmost contempt for people who get drunk.
  182. I have been complimented many times and they always embarrass me; I always feel that they have not said enough.
  183. I have been defending Israel’s right to exist, and to defend itself against terrorism, for many years-on college campuses, in television appearances and in debate.
  184. I have been driven to the edge by parental alienation for many years now. You have to go through this to understand.
  185. I have been ever of opinion that revolutions are not to be evaded.
  186. I have been free for more than a month. Some people may think that that is long enough. Others may think that that is not quite long enough.
  187. I have been given the authority over you, and I am not the best of you. If I do well, help me; and if I do wrong, set me right. Sincere regard for truth.
  188. I have been in control of what I’ve been doing, of the career I’ve put together.
  189. I have been in ‘Star Wars’ since I was 20. And they’re not just doing some goofy sequel, like, to service the hunger of it. It actually has been thought out and it has integrity and they took it seriously, which they didn’t have to do, you know? It’s hard to do, given the appetite and the angles from which everybody’s coming at it.
  190. I have been in ‘Star Wars’ since I was 20.
  191. I have been influenced in my thinking by both west and east.
  192. I have been listening to sport and watching sport on the BBC since I was a tiny boy.
  193. I have been overcome by the beauty and richness of our life together, those early mornings setting out, those evenings gleaming with rivers and lakes below us, still holding the last light.
  194. I have been Princess Leia exclusively. It’s been a part of my life for 40 years.
  195. I have been quoted saying that, in the future, all companies will be Internet companies. I still believe that. More than ever, really.
  196. I have been skiing since I was in school, but I’m not great. I am never going to break an Olympic record, I just want to go down the hills, on red or blue runs, but not… black.
  197. I have been so great in boxing they had to create an image like Rocky, a white image on the screen, to counteract my image in the ring. America has to have its white images, no matter where it gets them. Jesus, Wonder Woman, Tarzan and Rocky.
  198. I have been struck again and again by how important measurement is to improving the human condition.
  199. I have been talking nonstop about the symbolism of an edible landscape at the White House. I think it says everything about stewardship of the land and about the nourishment of a nation.
  200. I have been thinking that I would make a proposition to my Republican friends… that if they will stop telling lies about the Democrats, we will stop telling the truth about them.
  201. I have been to the Occupied Palestinian Territory, and I have witnessed the racially segregated roads and housing that reminded me so much of the conditions we experienced in South Africa under the racist system of Apartheid.
  202. I have been told my eating habits are absolutely bizarre. But I don’t think so.
  203. I have been trolled multiple times, and it doesn’t affect me anymore.
  204. I have been trying to retire to the back of the camera for quite a few years, and in 1970, when I first started directing, I said, ‘If I could pull this off, I can some day move to the back of the camera and stay there.’
  205. I have been up against tough competition all my life. I wouldn’t know how to get along without it.
  206. I have been very lucky to have final cut in all my films; everything that is wrong in them is my fault.
  207. I have been waiting to win a world championship since 1985. I’ve had three cracks at a world title – in karting, I finished third at Le Mans; that hurt because it was very close, but then in Formula One there wasn’t really an opportunity to finally crack it, so it’s third time lucky.
  208. I have belly fat like everybody else, and I don’t want to be airbrushed on the cover of a magazine.
  209. I have big, big stage fright.
  210. I have big everything on the bottom, but I love my legs. You’ve got to love what’s yours.
  211. I have brought myself, by long meditation, to the conviction that a human being with a settled purpose must accomplish it, and that nothing can resist a will which will stake even existence upon its fulfillment.
  212. I have called this principle, by which each slight variation, if useful, is preserved, by the term of Natural Selection.
  213. I have cervical cancer. I’m what they call a DES baby… I have been cancer free for 7 years now… I had it the first time when I was 19 and then it came back a few years later after I went through treatment.
  214. I have cherished the ideal of a democratic and free society in which all persons live together in harmony and with equal opportunities. It is an ideal which I hope to live for and to achieve. But if needs be, it is an ideal for which I am prepared to die.
  215. I have collections of quirky things from places I’ve been to, like a set of Russian dolls.
  216. I have come across both inspiring teachers of history and deplorable ones over the years, so one cannot generalise, except perhaps to observe that the profession seems to encourage anti-militarist sentiments.
  217. I have come to believe over and over again that what is most important to me must be spoken, made verbal and shared, even at the risk of having it bruised or misunderstood.
  218. I have come to believe that this is a mighty continent which was hitherto unknown.
  219. I have committed my life to helping the poor, and I believe that if more companies followed Wal-Mart’s lead in providing opportunity and savings to those who need it most, more Americans battling poverty would realize the American dream.
  220. I have crazy claustrophobic dreams, weird elevator dreams where the elevator closes in and all of a sudden I am lying down – oh my God, it’s a casket. Just freaky stuff like that.
  221. I have crushes on women all the time. I don’t have intimate relationships with them, but I find women beautiful.
  222. I have crushes on women all the time.
  223. I have dark skin. My nickname is El Negro. They call me El Negro in Mexico because even in my country, the dark skin is evidence of Indian blood, a sign that one technically belongs to a third class. Even my grandmother had some kind of differentiation with me, because I was darker than my siblings.
  224. I have dear friends of mine who represent real Republicans. Goldwater Republicans. Strong on defense. Tough on immigration. Fiscal conservatives.
  225. I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear.
  226. I have developed my most meaningful relationships online. None of them live within driving distance. None of them are about my own age.
  227. I have different hats; I’m a mother, I’m a woman, I’m a human being, I’m an artist and hopefully I’m an advocate. All of those plates are things I spin all the time.
  228. I have dined with kings, I’ve been offered wings. And I’ve never been too impressed.
  229. I have discovered that all human evil comes from this, man’s being unable to sit still in a room.
  230. I have discovered that just because we grow weaker physically as we age, it doesn’t mean that we must grow weaker spiritually.
  231. I have discovered that my interest in my dear pupil, Mabel, has ripened into a far deeper feeling than that of mere friendship. In fact, I know that I have learned to love her very sincerely.
  232. I have done everything in my life very normally. And marriage is definitely there on my agendas in life. But I don’t know when will it happen.
  233. I have done for my country, and for all mankind, all that I could do, and I now resign my soul, without fear, to my God – my daughter to my country.
  234. I have done one thing that I think is a contribution: I helped Buddhist science and modern science combine. No other Buddhist has done that. Other lamas, I don’t think they ever pay attention to modern science. Since my childhood, I have a keen interest.
  235. I have done ‘Sports Illustrated,’ but I don’t regret it because it portrayed me in a positive way – as an athlete.
  236. I have dreams that I will reach balance in my life, and, at forty-one, I have none.
  237. I have dual citizenship; it just so happens I live in America. I would like to go back to Wales. I’m obsessed with my childhood, and at least three times a week dream I am back there.
  238. I have dual citizenship, it just so happens I live in America.
  239. I have dyslexia, and I never did learn to read music, and I even had a problem in reading because everything was turned upside down, so I just had to draw from the lyrics and the voice that I would hear in my mind.
  240. I have eight brothers and sisters, so I’d like to have a few children.
  241. I have encouraged my kids to eat well from day one. I add flavor – herbs and spices – to everything because I don’t want them getting used to starchy, bland food. I also want them to experiment – they don’t have to love everything, but they do have to try it.
  242. I have equal contempt for both left and right radicals.
  243. I have ever been the queerest mixture of weakness and strength, and have paid heavily for the weakness.
  244. I have every sympathy for writers. It’s a mystery to me what they do. I can edit. I can cross out and say, ‘I’m not saying that’ or, ‘How about we move this to here? Wouldn’t that make that bit of the story better?’ But where any of it comes from is beyond me. I will never write a play or a novel.
  245. I have evolved my own exercises, for the muscles I wish to keep firm, and I know they are right for me because I can feel them putting the proper muscles into play as I exercise.
  246. I have experienced sexism multiple times, and I’m sure I will a lot more.
  247. I have faith in the United States and our ability to make good decisions based on the facts.
  248. I have fallen in love with the imagination. And if you fall in love with the imagination, you understand that it is a free spirit. It will go anywhere, and it can do anything.
  249. I have fans across the globe.
  250. I have fantastic ideas.
  251. I have feelings that are to the right, and I have feelings that land on the left side of the aisle. The thing is if you have 10 views that land you on the left side of the aisle and two views that land you on the right side of the aisle, then people just put you on the right side of the aisle. I’m not sure why.
  252. I have feelings too. I am still human. All I want is to be loved, for myself and for my talent.
  253. I have felt for the last 10 years I have had this battle; I’ve been fighting so hard to have an education. It’s been this uphill struggle. I was Warner Bros’ pain in the butt. I was their scheduling conflict. I was the one who made life difficult.
  254. I have few other characters to relate to other than myself. I have enough of a body of work now that the paternal side of Alan Thicke gets a lot of play. I do get a lot of calls to play dads.
  255. I have found far greater enthusiasm for science in America than here in Britain. There is more enthusiasm for everything in America.
  256. I have found great power in taking my ‘difference’ out for a spin in a very public way. And usually, the worst, most personally embarrassing thing you imagine in your mind is often not anywhere near as bad in real life.
  257. I have found it advisable not to give too much heed to what people say when I am trying to accomplish something of consequence. Invariably they proclaim it can’t be done. I deem that the very best time to make the effort.
  258. I have found no greater satisfaction than achieving success through honest dealing and strict adherence to the view that, for you to gain, those you deal with should gain as well.
  259. I have found out in later years that we were very poor, but the glory of America is that we didn’t know it then.
  260. I have found that among its other benefits, giving liberates the soul of the giver.
  261. I have found that hollow, which even I had relied on for solid.
  262. I have found that no exertion of the legs can bring two minds much nearer to one another.
  263. I have found that so many directors and producers in the room say nothing, and this can be deadly. It’s very difficult to audition for comedy in the vacuum of a small room, but it’s the only way most do it.
  264. I have found the paradox, that if you love until it hurts, there can be no more hurt, only more love.
  265. I have frequently gained my first real insight into the character of parents by studying their children.
  266. I have gained this from philosophy: that I do without being commanded what others do only from fear of the law.
  267. I have given up trying to be happy. It is no use and leads to nothing.
  268. I have good friends who are politicians on both sides.
  269. I have Googled myself, yeah, I think everybody has. I try not to make a habit of it – in fact I made a rule once never to Google myself, which made me happy.
  270. I have got a scheme to make a thing in the form of a horse with a steam engine in the inside so contrived as to move an immense pair of wings, fixed on the outside of the horse, in such a manner as to carry it up into the air while a person sits on its back.
  271. I have got good films, and I am thankful to Aditya Chopra. He put a lot of faith in me.
  272. I have great faith in fools; self-confidence my friends call it.
  273. I have great respect for people’s right to believe what they want to believe. And I don’t think anybody should be prosecuted or judged based on what their beliefs are.
  274. I have great respect for the men and women that have fought for this country. I have family, I have friends that have gone and fought for this country. And they fight for freedom, they fight for the people, they fight for liberty and justice, for everyone.
  275. I have great respect for the past. If you don’t know where you’ve come from, you don’t know where you’re going. I have respect for the past, but I’m a person of the moment. I’m here, and I do my best to be completely centered at the place I’m at, then I go forward to the next place.
  276. I have great respect for the Pope. I like the Pope. I actually like him.
  277. I have great respect for the religion. I know a lot of people that are Muslim and are phenomenal people.
  278. I have great respect for the semicolon; it is a mighty handy little fellow.
  279. I have great teammates around me who make plays.
  280. I have had a dream indicating rather clearly that I am on the way to being hetero, though I don’t accept it with much enthusiasm either awake or in the dreams.
  281. I have had a happy life and thank the Lord. Goodbye and may God bless all!
  282. I have had lobbyists, and I have had some very good ones. They could do anything.
  283. I have had no concerns in the past and have none moving forward regarding the Navy’s ability to effectively address any potential natural or man-made threat to Naval Station Mayport and any military asset located there, including any future nuclear aircraft carrier.
  284. I have had no control over my life. I have lived in a complete bubble. They found me and picked me for the part. And now I’m desperately trying to find my way through it.
  285. I have had some cosmetic surgery, especially after I lost weight and stuff, and I’ve had my breasts lifted – but not injected. That would scare me to death, anyway.
  286. I have had the good fortune of being able to sing with many of the finest voices in the world, and for someone who loves voices as I do, this is an enormous privilege.
  287. I have had to pay a price for leaving Islam and for speaking out. I have to pay for round-the-clock security because of the death threats against me.
  288. I have huge chunks of time when I’m not working.
  289. I have, indeed, no abhorrence of danger, except in its absolute effect – in terror.
  290. I have inhaled, exhaled everything.
  291. I have insecurities of course, but I don’t hang out with anyone who points them out to me.
  292. I have Internet fame. Real fame is more intense.
  293. I have introduced a constitutional amendment to overturn Citizens United and make it clear that the Congress and state legislatures do have the ability and the power to regulate and get corporate funding out of political campaigns.
  294. I have jeans with holes in them and I have nice jeans. I have casual and I have dressy jeans. I’ve got all kinds.
  295. I have joined the ‘suffragettes’ – the militant party on the woman suffrage question.
  296. I have just explained my idea of how a constructive period of reflection, one that would send a clear message to the citizens of Europe: You should now what our priorities are. For Germany this means: Unemployment is one of one of our biggest problems.
  297. I have just got a new theory of eternity.
  298. I have just returned from the dubbing studio where I spoke into a microphone as Severus Snape for absolutely the last time.
  299. I have just returned from visiting the Marines at the front, and there is not a finer fighting organization in the world!
  300. I have just three things to teach: simplicity, patience, compassion. These three are your greatest treasures.
  301. I have known a vast quantity of nonsense talked about bad men not looking you in the face. Don’t trust that conventional idea. Dishonesty will stare honesty out of countenance any day in the week, if there is anything to be got by it.
  302. I have known Hillary Clinton for 25 years. I remember her, as you do, as a great first lady who broke precedent in terms of the role that a first lady was supposed to play as she helped lead the fight for universal health care.
  303. I have known war as few men now living know it. It’s very destructiveness on both friend and foe has rendered it useless as a means of settling international disputes.
  304. I have learned not to overlook the advantages of being me. From when I was a softball player, and I held the stolen bases record. I would slide into second with my prostheses, and the girl on the base could either step aside or meet two wooden sticks.
  305. I have learned not to worry about love; but to honor its coming with all my heart.
  306. I have learned silence from the talkative, toleration from the intolerant, and kindness from the unkind; yet, strange, I am ungrateful to those teachers.
  307. I have learned that I am a one-woman man.
  308. I have learned that success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has had to overcome while trying to succeed.
  309. I have learned that there is more power in a good strong hug than in a thousand meaningful words.
  310. I have learned that track doesn’t define me. My faith defines me. I’m running because I have been blessed with a gift.
  311. I have learned to hate all traitors, and there is no disease that I spit on more than treachery.
  312. I have learned to know God. I have recast my social belief… All my admirers are married; most of my friends are dead; and I stand with all the world before me, where to choose a path to make in it.
  313. I have learnt that women are superior beings. They have a higher threshold of pain and are more understanding and accepting than men. Also, if you listen to them, you’ll understand them better.
  314. I have little bones.
  315. I have lived and slept in the same bed with English countesses and Prussian farm women… no woman has excited passions among women more than I have.
  316. I have lived and worked in Britain all my life. Not even in the dark days of penal Labour taxation in the Seventies did I have any intention of leaving the country of my birth.
  317. I have lived in this city my whole life and have seen the way gentrification has changed it. I’m not necessarily against transplants, as 75 percent of my good friends, roommate, and boyfriend are not native New Yorkers.
  318. I have lived long enough both in years and in accomplishments.
  319. I have lived long enough to satisfy both nature and glory.
  320. I have lived pain, and my life can tell: I only deepen the wound of the world when I neglect to give thanks the heavy perfume of wild roses in early July and the song of crickets on summer humid nights and the rivers that run and the stars that rise and the rain that falls and all the good things that a good God gives.
  321. I have lost my mental faculties but am perfectly well.
  322. I have lots of different interests. Any of my friends will know I’m interested both in science and in art.
  323. I have lots of friends, but I’m probably a terrible friend to all of them, even my family. I wouldn’t be surprised if I found myself with no friends later on in life. My friends become my enemies.
  324. I have loved eight women in my life. I remember every woman’s face.
  325. I have made good judgments in the past. I have made good judgments in the future.
  326. I have made more friends for American culture than the State Department. Certainly I have made fewer enemies, but that isn’t very difficult.
  327. I have made my mistakes my strengths instead of looking at whose fault it is.
  328. I have made really some significant deals because I play golf.
  329. I have made so many mistakes as a mother. But the one thing that I know I do is I make sure my children know how much I love them and they are absolutely secure in that.
  330. I have made the tough decisions, always with an eye toward the bottom line. Perhaps it’s time America was run like a business.
  331. I have made this letter longer than usual, only because I have not had the time to make it shorter.
  332. I have many reasons why I think reading is really important. It provided for me a refuge, especially during difficult times. It provided me with the notion that I could find an ending that was different from what was happening to me at the time.
  333. I have met 18 million youth, and each wants to be unique.
  334. I have more than once in my time woken up feeling like death.
  335. I have mothers with small children come to me and say, ‘You found that I had early breast cancer – because of you, I don’t have cancer.’ You’ve just prevented that person from dying early, and to prevent an early, unnecessary death is incredibly meaningful.
  336. I have Muslim members of my family. I have lived in Muslim countries.
  337. I have my dark side like anybody, you know, depression, anxiety… and I write about gritty, real-life stuff.
  338. I have my hopes, & very distinct ones, too, of one day getting cerebral phenomena such that I can put them into mathematical equations: in short, a law or laws for the mutual actions of the molecules of the brain (equivalent to the law of gravitation for the planetary & sideral world).
  339. I have my mother who is an Irish-Italian, and my father who is African, so I have the taste buds of an Italian and the spice of an African.
  340. I have my older daughter Ireland and my wife Hilaria, and I have Carmen and Rafael.
  341. I have my own gym. When you do jokes and they sell, you get a gym.
  342. I have my way of dealing with lows in my career: I just go on a holiday. Coping with a failure of a film is like coping with a break-up. It’s sad and heart-breaking, and it’s not like I got over it right after my holiday; it took me some time.
  343. I have myself been on the other side of the table being a participant of a singing talent hunt. Hence, it is weird but awesome at the same time to judge a pool of talent that our nation has.
  344. I have never been a girlie girl and have always been a boys’ girl with an equal amount of friends who were boys and girls.
  345. I have never been a superstar and never believed in it.
  346. I have never been a traitor. I am not an informer; I never betrayed my nation.
  347. I have never been able to read Agatha Christie – the pleasure is purely in the puzzle, and the reader is toyed with by someone who didn’t decide herself who the killer was until the end of the writing.
  348. I have never been able to renounce the light, the pleasure of being, and the freedom in which I grew up.
  349. I have never been able to see myself as fitting into one category, and I have never been able to limit my contact with people to one group of people.
  350. I have never been hurt by what I have not said.
  351. I have never been insecure, ever, about how I look, about what I want to do with myself. My mum told me to only ever do things for myself, not for others.
  352. I have never been lost, but I will admit to being confused for several weeks.
  353. I have never been shy about listening to the input of others and weighing it seriously.
  354. I have never cared especially for outdoor sports and have no desire to excel at tennis, swimming, or golf. I’ll leave those things to the men.
  355. I have never changed my message. I preach the Bible, and I preach it with authority.
  356. I have never developed indigestion from eating my words.
  357. I have never directed anything for the stage. I studied for three years in the theater, and it was a very, very scary experience to direct live, being so vulnerable without the possibility to control things, to be so exposed.
  358. I have never emulated any star or celebrity completely, and I hope nobody does the same of me.
  359. I have never entered into any controversy in defense of my philosophical opinions; I leave them to take their chance in the world. If they are right, truth and experience will support them; if wrong, they ought to be refuted and rejected. Disputes are apt to sour one’s temper and disturb one’s quiet.
  360. I have never felt that the one thing that I am ‘known for’ is what I am.
  361. I have never given adoration to any body except myself.
  362. I have never grown out of the infantile belief that the universe was made for me to suck.
  363. I have never had the need or thrill for being wealthy.
  364. I have never heard anything about the resolutions of the apostles, but a good deal about their acts.
  365. I have never in my career embarked on a journey towards controversy. I have never deliberately set a flame.
  366. I have never kept diaries. I just remember a lot and am more self-centered than most people.
  367. I have never known any distress that an hour’s reading did not relieve.
  368. I have never known much good done by those who affected to trade for the public good.
  369. I have never known the time when I did not wear stays. My stays are part of me.
  370. I have never let my schooling interfere with my education.
  371. I have never lived in a time when people haven’t told me what I look like.
  372. I have never made fun of religion. Religion is something I don’t even want to mess with, because I am really afraid of the clouds opening up and my being struck by lightning.
  373. I have never met a man so ignorant that I couldn’t learn something from him.
  374. I have never met a superhero, but why are we so obsessed with superheroes?
  375. I have never once dribbled the whole field and scored a goal by myself.
  376. I have never planned my career here in Bollywood, so planning to do Hollywood films is a distant thing. You have to see how things come.
  377. I have never planned things in life. I believe in living life or doing things to the moment.
  378. I have never really been confident about my career at any stage.
  379. I have never regarded politics as the arena of morals. It is the arena of interest.
  380. I have never restricted myself to my strengths and abilities, as they are unlimited, and I am still discovering them.
  381. I have never taken any exercise, except sleeping and resting, and I never intend to take any.
  382. I have never talked publicly or privately about the Jewish people, including conversations with President Nixon, except in the most positive terms.
  383. I have never understood models. I find it really hard to find beauty in that or to discover beauty because the beauty was so obvious.
  384. I have never voted in my life.
  385. I have never won big fights just doing one thing, being one-dimensional.
  386. I have never yet seen any plan which has not been mended by the observations of those who were much inferior in understanding to the person who took the lead in the business.
  387. I have no ambition to govern men; it is a painful and thankless office.
  388. I have no aspirations of world domination through the pop charts. None at all.
  389. I have no bigger goal than to eradicate racism, to grant Americans who have a different color of skin the right to disagree against the Left’s style of orthodoxy.
  390. I have no connection with Hollywood. I’m not interested. I don’t care.
  391. I have no definite talent or trade, and how I stay alive is largely a matter of magic.
  392. I have no delusions about my likability in every scenario. I know that in order to get things done the way you want them, oftentimes your position will be unpopular.
  393. I have no desire to carry a movie.
  394. I have no desire to run for public office.
  395. I have no enthusiasm for nature which the slightest chill will not instantly destroy.
  396. I have no faith in human perfectability. I think that human exertion will have no appreciable effect upon humanity. Man is now only more active – not more happy – nor more wise, than he was 6000 years ago.
  397. I have no fear that the result of our experiment will be that men may be trusted to govern themselves without a master.
  398. I have no friends and no enemies – only competitors.
  399. I have no further use for America. I wouldn’t go back there if Jesus Christ was President.
  400. I have no goal to have artistic credibility.
  401. I have no hang-ups in life. I don’t care about groups and camps. I have been brought up with certain values and ethics. I have never been egoistic about my stardom and lineage. I don’t have any qualms about breaking the ice with my colleagues. I can walk up to any actor and greet him, irrespective of what kind of equation I share with him.
  402. I have no hostility to nature, but a child’s love to it. I expand and live in the warm day like corn and melons.
  403. I have no idea what I’m going to say when I stand up to give a toast. But I do know that anything I say I find funny.
  404. I have no idea whether I’m any good or not. Still waiting, like most actors, for somebody to find out one day that I can’t do it.
  405. I have no idols. I admire work, dedication and competence.
  406. I have no illusions of being an icon to young girls or anybody.
  407. I have no interest in going to Egypt and seeing the pyramids. I’m just not that kind of dude.
  408. I have no interest in jumping out of an airplane or any of the things people do for thrills, to push their limits and all that. To me, that seems foolish, and there’s no point.
  409. I have no interest in returning to yesteryear. I love the conveniences and delights of today’s time. I wouldn’t go back if I could.
  410. I have no interest in Shakespeare and all that British nonsense… I just wanted to get famous and all the rest is hogwash.
  411. I have no nickname, as there has never been any need for one.
  412. I have no patience at all.
  413. I have no patience with dinosaurs.
  414. I have no political ax to grind; I just find it absurd that huge billion-dollar corporations can take over elections. I just find it insane that, for instance, we give tax breaks to people like myself making millions of dollars, while there’re no tax breaks for working people. That, to me, is not a political issue, that’s a life issue.
  415. I have no private interest in the reception of my inventions by the world, having never made, nor proposed to make, the least profit by any of them.
  416. I have no problem getting financing. I have a problem catching ideas that I fall in love with for the next feature.
  417. I have no regrets on anything. People ask me all the time, ‘Do I have any regrets?’ I don’t have any. If I could back and do it all over, would I change anything? No.
  418. I have no right, by anything I do or say, to demean a human being in his own eyes. What matters is not what I think of him; it is what he thinks of himself. To undermine a man’s self-respect is a sin.
  419. I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious.
  420. I have no tax breaks or corporate interests to be supported by Barack Obama.
  421. I have no trouble sleeping.
  422. I have no trouble with my sleep, but the amount I have varies from four to eight hours, depending on my schedule.
  423. I have no use for bodyguards, but I have very specific use for two highly trained certified public accountants.
  424. I have no use for people who throw their weight around as celebrities, or for those who fawn over you just because you are famous.
  425. I have not an ounce of regret. Every link is so valuable in forming the chain that is my life. Who I am today is because of those links, and I wouldn’t change any of them.
  426. I have not lost faith in God. I have moments of anger and protest. Sometimes I’ve been closer to him for that reason.
  427. I have not taken a position on that nuclear option. My view is I’m not going to do anything until I come to that bridge. I’m not going to jump off the bridge until I come to it.
  428. I have not the slightest pretension to call my verses poetry; I write now and then for no other purpose than to relieve depression or to improve my English.
  429. I have not worked out my poems with a careful will, falling rather on haphazard and blind formulation of wordage, a more flowing concept, in a hope for a more new and lively path. I do personalize at times, but this only for the grace and elan of the dance.
  430. I have not yet learned to keep still.
  431. I have nothing against romance. I believe that we must hold on to the right to dream and to be romantic. But an Indian village is not something that I would romanticize that easily.
  432. I have nothing but sympathy for the people who are forced to work with me. I’m better now at picking out those that want to play that game with me, and those that don’t.
  433. I have nothing new to teach the world. Truth and Non-violence are as old as the hills. All I have done is to try experiments in both on as vast a scale as I could.
  434. I have nothing to ask but that you would remove to the other side, that you may not, by intercepting the sunshine, take from me what you cannot give.
  435. I have nothing to declare except my genius.
  436. I have nothing to hide. So when I spoke about my lip job, a lot of people called me brave for coming out.
  437. I have nothing to hide.
  438. I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat.
  439. I have noticed even people who claim everything is predestined, and that we can do nothing to change it, look before they cross the road.
  440. I have noticed… that men usually leave married women alone and are inclined to treat all wives with respect. This is no great credit to married women.
  441. I have noticed that nothing I never said ever did me any harm.
  442. I have nowhere claimed nor even implied that unbelief is a guarantee of good conduct or even an indicator of it.
  443. I have often been asked what I think about at the moment of take-off. Of course, no pilot sits and feels his pulse as he flies. He has to be part of the machine. If he thinks of anything but the task in hand, then trouble is probably just around the corner.
  444. I have often been downcast but never in despair; I regard our hiding as a dangerous adventure, romantic and interesting at the same time. In my diary, I treat all the privations as amusing.
  445. I have often been struck by the fact that most parents who are experiencing positive and rewarding relationships with their pre-adolescent children are, nevertheless, waiting apprehensively and bracing themselves for the stormy adolescent period.
  446. I have often said that the lure of flying is the lure of beauty.
  447. I have often seen an actor laugh off the stage, but I don’t remember ever having seen one weep.
  448. I have one yardstick by which I test every major problem – and that yardstick is: Is it good for America?
  449. I have only one yardstick by which I test every major problem – and that yardstick is: Is it good for America?
  450. I have only really gotten by with playing versions of myself as most young actors do.
  451. I have perfected the art of putting my feet on my husband’s lap during awards ceremonies so he can rub them.
  452. I have plenty of money, unlike other Hollywood celebrities or athletes that have not invested well.
  453. I have principles and I am not going to be forced to compromise them.
  454. I have quite a decent constitution in spite of all my abuse of it and my advanced years. I’m still quite robust.
  455. I have realized that I hate going to the premieres of the movies that I’m in. Because I feel this tension after the movie is over that everyone feels obligated to say something nice to you. It’s so unnatural and uncomfortable.
  456. I have realized that the past and future are real illusions, that they exist in the present, which is what there is and all there is.
  457. I have respect for Senator McCain. I used to like him a lot. I supported him. I raised a lot of money for his campaign against President Obama.
  458. I have restaurants, bookshops… but it’s not an empire, more… a puzzle. If it were an empire, all my restaurants would be the same.
  459. I have retired, but if there’s anything that would kill me it is to wake up in the morning not knowing what to do.
  460. I have rooms full of little dongly things and don’t want any more. Half the little dongly things I’ve got, I don’t even know what gizmo they’re for. More importantly, half the gizmos I’ve got, I don’t know where their little dongly thing is.
  461. I have sadness in me. I have anger in me. I have heartbreak in me.
  462. I have said a hundred times, and I have no inclination to take it back, that I believe there is no right, and ought to be no inclination in the people of the free States to enter into the slave States, and to interfere with the question of slavery at all. I have said that always.
  463. I have seen enough of one war never to wish to see another.
  464. I have seen firsthand that agricultural science has enormous potential to increase the yields of small farmers and lift them out of hunger and poverty.
  465. I have seen how the foundations of the world are laid, and I have not the least doubt that it will stand a good while.
  466. I have seen too much not to know that the impression of a woman may be more valuable than the conclusion of an analytical reasoner.
  467. I have serious challenges with Donald Trump and his messaging that is going to make it more difficult for us to bring in minorities, Hispanics, into the party and into our voting base in November. I would be concerned about him carrying the banner for the Republican Party.
  468. I have seven beautiful grandchildren, four of whom are girls.
  469. I have short hair. It doesn’t make me more unattractive than a woman or my sisters that have more longer hair and a bit lighter.
  470. I have showed things in sparring and camp that I don’t show in fights.
  471. I have so many strong opinions on the entertainment industry, but if I’m in a deli somewhere, and someone says they love that Adam Sandler movie where he dresses up as his twin sister – well, I don’t want to make people feel bad for how they feel about things. I’m always courteous, not mean.
  472. I have so much in my life. I want to be of value to the world.
  473. I have so much that I want to do. I hate wasting time.
  474. I have Social Disease. I have to go out every night. If I stay home one night I start spreading rumors to my dogs.
  475. I have solid decent people around me, and I believe that is all it is, because you will get destroyed if you have people bringing you down.
  476. I have some ideas on how to fix that. They’re not very good ideas, but at least they’re ideas!
  477. I have some realistic humility which comes from my first career as a writer. I wrote for other people for ten years. I saw some incredible egos not based on any reality. They were great when they were on top and awful when they weren’t. I learned a lot about how to treat people.
  478. I have someone that cooks for me… that’s the best thing ever. I just want to show up and I want my house to be like a hotel… so I want to have a couple of options… I like to have a couple of options.
  479. I have something to prove, as long as I know there’s something that needs improvement, and you know that everytime I move, I make a woman’s movement.
  480. I have sometimes been wildly, despairingly, acutely miserable, racked with sorrow, but through it all I still know quite certainly that just to be alive is a grand thing.
  481. I have spent a great deal of my life being part of minorities. Some of the people I admire the most in the world have had the courage to defend, against wind and tide, minority viewpoints in those frightening times when any disagreement with universal conformity is identified as treason.
  482. I have spent all my life under a Communist regime, and I will tell you that a society without any objective legal scale is a terrible one indeed. But a society with no other scale but the legal one is not quite worthy of man either.
  483. I have spent many years of my life in opposition, and I rather like the role.
  484. I have spent probably years of time waiting in studio lounges – waiting on a mix, waiting on my time to sing, waiting on, waiting on, waiting on. That’s just the nature of life.
  485. I have spent too long with too many people who have lost loved ones to healthcare-associated infections not to be determined to act on this. There is no tolerable level of preventable infections. The only acceptable strategy is a zero-tolerance strategy.
  486. I have stayed in south India all my life. English comes more naturally to me than Hindi.
  487. I have steadily endeavoured to keep my mind free so as to give up any hypothesis, however much beloved (and I cannot resist forming one on every subject), as soon as facts are shown to be opposed to it.
  488. I have such a love of good music that I find even melancholic music uplifting. Maybe I’m a rare breed.
  489. I have such a stressful job that the only way I can get it out of my mind is by running hard.
  490. I have such respect for ‘Democracy Now!’
  491. I have suffered a great deal from writers who have quoted this or that sentence of mine either out of its context or in juxtaposition to some incongruous matter which quite distorted my meaning, or destroyed it altogether.
  492. I have suffered from depression for most of my life. It is an illness.
  493. I have suffered most of the things I write about – or my friends have.
  494. I have surrounded myself with very smart people.
  495. I have survivor skills. Some of that is superficial – what I present to people outwardly – but what makes people resilient is the ability to find humour and irony in situations that would otherwise overpower you.
  496. I have sworn upon the altar of God, eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man.
  497. I have taken more out of alcohol than alcohol has taken out of me.
  498. I have talked with great men, and I do not see how they differ from others.
  499. I have tennis shoes with little rhinestones that I slip on if I exercise. But I always wear heels, even around the house. I’m such a short little thing, I can’t reach my kitchen cabinets.
  500. I have the advantage of being pretty small, so if I’m flying myself, I’m flying coach. To save the money. I just put in my headphones, and it’s no big thing. I keep my head down, wear a hoodie or a hat – but sometimes not even that. I’m small. People miss me.
  501. I have the body of a god. Specifically, Buddha.
  502. I have the curse of thinking funny!
  503. I have the greatest job in the world. I get paid loads of cash for beating the crap out of people. And I’m very good at it.
  504. I have the habit of attention to such excess, that my senses get no rest – but suffer from a constant strain.
  505. I have the heart of a man, not a woman, and I am not afraid of anything.
  506. I have the problems of, I must confess, old age.
  507. I have the responsibility of over four million people, and I am in a position to do good, to be able to bring about a new life for my people, and I will continue to move in that direction. It’s a burden, but it needs to be done, and you have to have the courage and wisdom to see it through.
  508. I have the right temperament. I have the right leadership. I’ve built an incredible company. I went to a great school. I came out – I built an incredible company. I wrote the number one selling business book of all time: ‘Trump: The Art of the Deal.’
  509. I have the simplest tastes. I am always satisfied with the best.
  510. I have the time needed to support the album and tour.
  511. I have the true feeling of myself only when I am unbearably unhappy.
  512. I have therapy. Every day. I read a bit of Freud; I try to be a better person. Every day.
  513. I have this desire to have this immaculate form of love that really doesn’t exist, so my obsession goes on through life and I never find it and I end up miserable. But it makes me a better writer.
  514. I have this feeling that the world is not in balance. And people are afraid, but we’re also starting to be really brave.
  515. I have this insane and unabated longing for San Francisco. I come up there every chance that I get.
  516. I have this really big face.
  517. I have this vintage Harley-Davidson motorcycle jacket. When I put it on, it has this supercool feeling to it.
  518. I have thought a sufficient measure of civilization is the influence of good women.
  519. I have thought about it a great deal, and the more I think, the more certain I am that obedience is the gateway through which knowledge, yes, and love, too, enter the mind of the child.
  520. I have thought there was some advantage even in death, by which we mingle with the herd of common men.
  521. I have three older sisters, so we were a reasonably large family and, in general, a happy one.
  522. I have three younger siblings, so the four of us were outside all the time after school playing games, making up games. My sister made up a game called ‘roof ball.’ We’d play that constantly. She always beat me in it, and it made me very mad. But we were outside all the time.
  523. I have to be able to rap. I don’t have the look. I don’t have the typical slim-dude, fancy-clothes look. That’s not me. I have to be able to rap – there is no other choice, or else I get eaten alive.
  524. I have to be alone very often. I’d be quite happy if I spent from Saturday night until Monday morning alone in my apartment. That’s how I refuel.
  525. I have to be honest and say that I never really feel like there’s one person that I really want to cook for. I just want my food to always get better and always be evolving and for there to always be movement in what I make. I would say I strive for that more than anything else.
  526. I have to be self-conscious of what I’m trying to do with my life.
  527. I have to face life with a newly found passion. I must rediscover the irresistible will to learn, to live and to love.
  528. I have to feel good on the inside to look glamorous.
  529. I have to fight to keep my image really me… I rejected some gorgeous publicity shots because they just didn’t look like me.
  530. I have to follow my thoughts and mine for the gold. I have to dig it out.
  531. I have to have energy because I have a lot of expenses. A couple of cars, couple of dogs and a big estate.
  532. I have to have the wheel. It’s given me an opportunity to experience and explore things.
  533. I have to hold up my end of the bargain and do what’s expected of me.
  534. I have to laugh at myself.
  535. I have to live for others and not for myself: that’s middle-class morality.
  536. I have to look at myself in the mirror and tell myself that I’m beautiful, even if I don’t necessarily believe it.
  537. I have to really enjoy the good things because it makes the bad things OK.
  538. I have to recognize that I am agnostic.
  539. I have to say, after hanging out with Republicans for four days, I want to take a look at my own birth certificate. I don’t think I was born in this country.
  540. I have to say I enjoy physical comedy and I’ve always loved to kind of take risks. I don’t like worrying too much about how I look or how I come across, so that can sometimes… You know, I like to play those kinds of deluded but fun characters.
  541. I have to say I’ve been lucky in that way in that I’ve been able to go from different films and different genres with different challenges.
  542. I have too many fantasies to be a housewife. I guess I am a fantasy.
  543. I have too many responsibilities and principles. There’s no time for ‘guilty’ pleasures.
  544. I have treated many hundreds of patients. Among those in the second half of life – that is to say, over 35 – there has not been one whose problem in the last resort was not that of finding a religious outlook on life.
  545. I have tremendous faith in President Obama’s skills. He’s a long-term visionary.
  546. I have tried for much of my life to write as if I was composing my sentences to be read posthumously.
  547. I have tried lately to read Shakespeare, and found it so intolerably dull that it nauseated me.
  548. I have tried to keep on with my striving because this is the only hope I have of ever achieving anything worthwhile and lasting.
  549. I have tried to talk about the issues in this campaign… and this has sometimes been a lonely road, because I never meet anybody coming the other way.
  550. I have trouble describing my own style, since it’s sort of like describing my own eye color or something.
  551. I have trouble with modern art. But in general, all art forms fascinate me – art is the way human beings express what we can’t say in words.
  552. I have truly known what it means for a writer to feel loved.
  553. I have turned down a lot of garbage lately.
  554. I have two beautiful children and my husband. The perfect day for me is just to be with them and have fun. We like simple things, you know.
  555. I have two daughters and I have done everything in my power to prevent them from assimilating, even being aware of, my idiocy about my weight.
  556. I have two moods. One is Roy, rollicking Roy, the wild ride of a mood. And Pam, sediment Pam, who stands on the shore and sobs… Sometimes the tide is in, sometimes it’s out.
  557. I have two prosthetic legs. This is my life; what am I going to do with it? And it’s put me on this amazing journey. I can look back and be completely grateful and say I would never want to change anything.
  558. I have two sons in America, and all they care about in Chinese culture is Jackie Chan and Jet Li.
  559. I have used the laws of this country just like the greatest people that you read about every day in business have used the laws of this country, the chapter laws, to do a great job for my company, for myself, for my employees, for my family, et cetera.
  560. I have used Twitter for so many things, from places to stay, places to go, things to do, things I need, medical advice, you name it. Especially when I’m on tour, it really feels like I’m being taken care of by half a million people. It is like having a mom.
  561. I have very good executives and great children. They’re very good.
  562. I have very strong feelings about how you lead your life. You always look ahead, you never look back.
  563. I have visited Japan several times and have always been shown wonderful hospitality.
  564. I have walked around the same streets so many times, and then seen a place that had been hidden to me. I now know the sites in a way that makes me think I could have made better use of the connections between place and snowball.
  565. I have wanted to fly into space for many years, but never imagined it would really be feasible.
  566. I have watched lives change. I have seen women gain confidence.
  567. I have women working in high positions. I was one of the first people to put women in charge of big construction jobs. And, you know, I’ve had a great relationship with women.
  568. I have wondered about time all my life.
  569. I have wondered at times what the Ten Commandments would have looked like if Moses had run them through the US Congress.
  570. I have worked ever since I was 13.
  571. I have worked with some of the meanest people in the world. You can’t do anything to intimidate me.
  572. I have worked with this red all over the world – in Japan, California, France, Britain, Australia – a vein running round the earth. It has taught me about the flow, energy and life that connects one place with another.
  573. I have worries, but in difficult times, that is when I am quiet.
  574. I have worshipped woman as the living embodiment of the spirit of service and sacrifice.
  575. I have written a book. This will come as quite a shock to some. They didn’t think I could read, much less write.
  576. I have written on all sorts of subjects… yet I have no enemies; except indeed all the Whigs, all the Tories, and all the Christians.
  577. I have written some songs, but I would really call what I’ve done poetry at the end of the day, because I’ll sit with my guitar for hours and hours on end for, like, a week and then I won’t touch it for a month. I also just have no confidence. And you know what? I don’t have time, because I’d rather be doing other things, like knitting.
  578. I have zero desire, just so you know, to be in the limelight. I don’t think it’s good for the country to have a former president criticize his successor. You’re not going to see me giving my opinions in the public arena, until I start selling my book. I’m going to emerge then submerge.
  579. I have zero tolerance for people who don’t come completely prepared. I expect contribution, I expect attendance, and I expect directors to take trips and visit the company’s programs.
  580. I haven’t been faithful to my own advice in the past. I will in the future.
  581. I haven’t been very active in politics.
  582. I haven’t changed, but public life has. It used to be you’d go into a restaurant, and the owner would say, ‘Do you mind if I take a picture of you and put it on my wall?’ Sweet and simple. Now, everyone has a camera in their pocket.
  583. I haven’t done many films. But with every movie, I try to showcase a different side of me through a character.
  584. I haven’t fully moved over to the iPad. At any given time, I have about four DVDs in my pocket. I’m constantly screening ‘Top Chef,’ ‘Housewives,’ and all the other shows we have in development, racing to meet a deadline. So I pretty much bring my laptop everywhere.
  585. I haven’t had an easy life, but at some point, you have to take responsibility for yourself and shape who it is that you want to be. I have no time for moaners. I like to chase my dreams and surround myself with other people who are chasing their dreams, too.
  586. I haven’t had many relationships.
  587. I haven’t had the occasion to meet Adele. She lives in England. So when I’m flying, or when she comes over here, perhaps we’ll have a chance. I think she’s a very fine singer, a very strong writer and performer.
  588. I haven’t heard any music on the BBC World Service in a long time. Maybe I’m listening at the wrong times. But not one single piece of music.
  589. I haven’t lived my life through my daughters. Some parents devote everything to their children, which must be so hard, and it’s very beautiful. But I’m a working parent, so I’ve always kept my own life.
  590. I haven’t lost my head yet.
  591. I haven’t mastered the art of sitting and smiling.
  592. I haven’t played a full round of golf yet, but I did make two pars my first time out on a golf course.
  593. I haven’t read Ibsen, Shaw, Shakespeare – except ‘The Merchant of Venice’ in ninth grade. I’m not familiar with ‘Death of a Salesman.’ I haven’t read Tennessee Williams.
  594. I haven’t seen a quarterback play a perfect game yet.
  595. I haven’t seen kids in years who have holes in the knees of their jeans. Now you go buy jeans with holes in them.
  596. I haven’t trusted polls since I read that 62% of women had affairs during their lunch hour. I’ve never met a woman in my life who would give up lunch for sex.
  597. I haven’t won a World Cup. There’s things that haven’t been finished, and I’m not afraid to fall flat on my face trying.
  598. I haven’t written a score that’s going to change the Western world or the musical as we presently know it.
  599. I haven’t written my own epitaph, and I’m not sure I should. Whatever it is, I hope it will be simple, and that it will point people not to me, but to the One I served.
  600. I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.
  601. I hear, I know. I see, I remember. I do, I understand.
  602. I heard a definition once: Happiness is health and a short memory! I wish I’d invented it, because it is very true.
  603. I heard people saying they were going to become millionaires by the time they were 25 – that’s gross and obnoxious, but in California it’s looked on as an asset.
  604. I heat myself up over the fact that I am never going to be as good as I want to be.
  605. I hesitate to use a pathologizing label, but underneath the so-called narcissistic personality is definitely shame and the paralyzing fear of being ordinary.
  606. I highly recommend getting older! There’s less tendency to people-please.
  607. I hired a personal trainer to help me lose 25 pounds and get from obese to fat. My next step will be to get from fat to chubby.
  608. I hired Tina Fey for ‘SNL,’ which was certainly a good match. She took off right away there.
  609. I hit a grand slam off Ron Herbel and when his manager Herman Franks came out to get him, he was bringing Herbel’s suitcase.
  610. 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. So for me, it’s a great thing to be able to scream and say whatever I want.
  611. I hold it the duty of the executive to insist upon frugality in the expenditure, and a sparing economy is itself a great national source.
  612. I hold myself to a very high standard. But you’re going to make mistakes. You’ve got to erase it and move forward.
  613. I hold that while man exists, it is his duty to improve not only his own condition, but to assist in ameliorating mankind.
  614. I hold the world but as the world, Gratiano; A stage where every man must play a part, And mine is a sad one.
  615. I honestly believe that you have to be able to play the guitar hard if you want to be able to get the whole spectrum of tones out of it. Since I normally play so hard, when I start picking a bit softer my tone changes completely, and that’s really useful sometimes for creating a more laid-back feel.
  616. I hope all of you are going to fill out your census form when it comes in the mail next month. If you don’t return the form the area you live in might get less government money and you wouldn’t want that to happen, would you.
  617. I hope I didn’t bore you too much with my life story.
  618. I hope I have a long career, but I really don’t think about the future like that. I live, like, for right now, honestly. I take it however it comes.
  619. I hope I have helped to raise the profile of science and to show that physics is not a mystery but can be understood by ordinary people.
  620. I hope I would not be so arrogant as to doubt anyone’s religion or belief.
  621. I hope it’s not all I’ll ever do, but I know I’ve played enigmatic characters. For me, the good characters are people who get places, are devious, are cunning and tricky and hard to pin down. Obviously, if you play one and you do an okay job of it, that’ll be on people’s minds.
  622. I hope not to define myself by suffering.
  623. I hope our wisdom will grow with our power, and teach us, that the less we use our power the greater it will be.
  624. I hope people don’t compare 2D and 3D because 3D’s new, it’s unfair to compare to 2D which is really sophisticated, even when we’re jaded about it. 3D just began, give it a chance, let the equipment and projection system catch up and be better, let the price go down, let more filmmakers get a hold of it more easily.
  625. I hope people will learn more about agriculture in America. About locally grown farming and about water conservation. About how much pollution results from beef and pig farming.
  626. I hope that Los Altos is one of the first cities to have self-driving cars, and if that’s true, well, awesome, because there’s a lot of parking lots that we could get rid of and use for parks. That would be amazing!
  627. I hope that no American will waste his franchise and throw away his vote by voting either for me or against me solely on account of my religious affiliation. It is not relevant.
  628. I hope that none of the countries in the Middle East are planning anything but the peaceful utilization of nuclear energy.
  629. I hope that seeing the excitement of solving this problem will make young mathematicians realize that there are lots and lots of other problems in mathematics which are going to be just as challenging in the future.
  630. I hope the fans have enjoyed listening as much as I’ve enjoyed doing the games. I don’t ever go to the park where I don’t have a good day. I don’t like losing. But I don’t think I ever go to the park where I have a bad day. I don’t think once.
  631. I hope the millions of people I’ve touched have the optimism and desire to share their goals and hard work and persevere with a positive attitude.
  632. I hope to die in the saddle seat.
  633. I hope to have more than one main weapon. I have the Phenomenal Forearm as we’re calling it now, the Calf Crusher – the Styles Clash is still available. I like to have a lot of alternative moves to hit people with, and whatever seems to work is what I’ll go with.
  634. I hope to inspire people, influence people.
  635. I hope to stand firm enough to not go backward, and yet not go forward fast enough to wreck the country’s cause.
  636. I hope to work in Indian films again. I would love to.
  637. I hope we can get to a point where women players are being paid properly all around the world so the only thing they have to worry about is playing football and playing football alone.
  638. I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our monied corporations which dare already to challenge our government to a trial by strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country.
  639. I hope you love birds too. It is economical. It saves going to heaven.
  640. I hope you realize, in a democracy, laughter is assent.
  641. I imagine that yes is the only living thing.
  642. I, in the end, make art for myself.
  643. I increasingly fear that nothing good can come of almost any adaptation, and obviously that’s sweeping. There are a couple of adaptations that are perhaps as good or better than the original work. But the vast majority of them are pointless.
  644. I influence anybody who is able to get through the chaos of my first impression.
  645. I inherited my father’s insatiable desire to meet all the beautiful girls in the world.
  646. I inherited my love of gold jewellery from my grandmother.
  647. I inherited the company from my father after he died very unexpectedly from a heart attack in 1966. He was just 51 years old, and I was 21.
  648. I Instagram and tweet a lot about my dog. I think he is one of the most interesting things about my life right now. All my motherly instincts go toward this dog. I love the dog.
  649. I intend to be making films until I’m an old lady. So, if God willing I get there, I need to create a paradigm for myself where I can make it regardless of whether or not they still like what I’m making.
  650. I intend to leave after my death a large fund for the promotion of the peace idea, but I am skeptical as to its results.
  651. I intend to live forever – so far, so good!
  652. I intentionally approached each story in ‘Killing and Dying’ in a different way, and that includes the writing process.
  653. I internalise things. My sorrows and joys are private.
  654. I invent nothing, I rediscover.
  655. I invented my life by taking for granted that everything I did not like would have an opposite, which I would like.
  656. I invented the historical spy novel.
  657. I invested in a blow-dryer. I do a very simple blow out that I’ve gotten quite good at. I’m ambidextrous. I often wonder why people’s hair looks lopsided. It’s because it’s hard to reach both sides of your hair.
  658. ‘I’ is bound to have an impact on my career.
  659. I jog up to the Hollywood sign every weekend. It’s fun and what a view!
  660. I joined a small but growing post-Trotskyite Luxembourgist sect.
  661. I joined the Army in 1965 and served with the 11th Hussars, which I loved. The regiment was so relaxed – a salute was more like a friendly wave.
  662. I joined the Madras Christian College but dropped out after three months. Telugu music director Ramesh Naidu asked me to assist him, and I did so for over a year. I did think of rejoining college, but by then, I was discovering the musician in me. I worked with Illaya Raja and Raj Koti and soon shifted to commercials. This led to movie offers.
  663. I judge a restaurant by the bread and by the coffee.
  664. I judge people based on their capability, honesty, and merit.
  665. I jumped at the chance of doing ‘Holby.’ It’s a great show.
  666. I just always feel that you need Degree deodorant when you have those moments whether they are embarrassing or whatever, but every day you should be protected. I wish that maybe I had a type of celebrity to look up to when I was young telling me what to use and stuff.
  667. I just became a vegetable for three months. I couldn’t talk to people. I was very ill and that was part of the reason I left college.
  668. I just became what I call an ‘anti-fascist novelist.’ There is no word that covers both the fascists and the Communists, which mean different things to people, but of course they’re the same: they’re tyranny states.
  669. I just believe in equality for all.
  670. I just can’t live in New York anymore.
  671. I just can’t sit still and meditate; that doesn’t kind of work for me. I don’t even know exactly what it means.
  672. I just can’t wait for the future.
  673. I just didn’t expect an acoustic version of Rock’n’Roll All Nite.
  674. I just didn’t want to get out there anymore; I didn’t want to get back into what I call ‘the swamp.’ And the other reason why is I don’t think it’s good for the presidency for a former president to be opining about his successor. President Obama’s got plenty of critics – and I’m just not gonna be one.
  675. I just do the best I can and write something interesting, to tell stories in an interesting way and move forward from there.
  676. I just do whatever I do, and put it out there without tryin’ to cater to anybody. If you like it, you like it.
  677. I just don’t believe in the basic concept that someone should make their whole career in public service.
  678. I just don’t do the treadmill; I hate that. I do Pilates and yoga. I’ve recently joined aerial Pilates; you’re in the air and with straps. It’s crazy fun.
  679. I just don’t feel like I have to explain myself.
  680. I just don’t have time to get old!
  681. I just don’t like killing creatures.
  682. I just don’t like my face.
  683. I just don’t like people to be dictated to. I think you should dress however you want.
  684. I just don’t really think about death.
  685. I just don’t see the light. Where is the light? What am I in this for?
  686. I just don’t think I’m equipped to soundtrack the times. There might be someone out there who can do that, but I haven’t cracked it.
  687. I just don’t think it’s appropriate talking about family stuff publicly.
  688. I just don’t think there’s a lot of support for the woman’s voice in cinema, and it becomes really difficult to raise that money and start again every time.
  689. I just dress how I wanna dress. Not to say that I don’t care about how I dress or that I’m a slob or anything like that… I just don’t have to worry about the outside opinions of what people are saying.
  690. I just dress like… I’m an old black man. Sorry! Like I’m an old Jewish black man. I just dress like it’s still the ’50s.
  691. I just enjoy watching tennis. And there’s things that you can learn from the men’s and the women’s game.
  692. I just feel compelled to continue to be transparent. It just really levels the playing field and eradicates the shame that I have, or that one might have, about being human. So I’m going to just keep going.
  693. I just feel like every kid is growing up too fast and they’re seeing too much. Everything is about sex, and that’s fine for me. I’m not saying I don’t like it. But I don’t think it should be everywhere, where kids are exposed to everything sexual. Because they have to have some innocence; there’s just no innocence left.
  694. I just feel like if I start opening the door to talking about my university experience, then people just kind of… own everything. There was a lot of stuff a couple of years ago saying that I was bullied at Brown and awful things like that, none of which were true.
  695. I just feel like I’m a very lucky person to have a new life outside of politics.
  696. I just feel that sooner or later, the sheer potential of the demographics of India, which is 1.25 billion people, will eventually be very attractive to the entertainment industry.
  697. I just feel that ‘The Color Purple,’ which was my 10th book, was a true gift from my ancestors.
  698. I just feel this is my planet.
  699. I just feel very lucky to be able to write fiction because I think, otherwise, I would have had to spend a fortune on a psychiatrist – and I still wouldn’t get 1/100th of what I get writing fiction.
  700. I just feel we are extremely lucky that when we wake up, we get to go to work and do something we love. Honestly, we can’t call it work. We’re living the dream, really. If you start thinking about the dangers too much, it’s time to stop.
  701. I just figured out that if I gave my all into this game – if I put everything into the fight business – then I would eventually run the fight business.
  702. I just focus on getting the first scene right, with a few lines about the overall plot, and then the book grows organically.
  703. I just get grumpy with bad behaviour.
  704. I just go my own way. If my agent calls and presents me with something, and I find it refreshing or illuminating, yeah, I’ll do it.
  705. I just go where the guitar takes me.
  706. I just got exposed to electronica, and I really liked it. I am also good with alternative rock. I like Lana Del Rey, Adele, Dido, Jack Johnson, and I love the Beatles and the Beach Boys.
  707. I just got into Mike Tyson. My security people kept saying, ‘Haven’t you seen him yet?’ Well, I finally did, and he’s got a real knockout punch.
  708. I just got on Twitter because there was some MTV film blog that quoted me on something really innocuous that I supposedly said on Twitter before I was even on Twitter. So then I had to get on Twitter to say: ‘This is me. I’m on Twitter. If there’s somebody else saying that they’re me on Twitter, they’re not.’
  709. I just got really into this one girl on Instagram and had her paint little pineapples on my nails during shooting.
  710. I just got to feel that whoever I marry has some real regard for me.
  711. I just grew the hair on my back. Facial hair just wasn’t appealing to me. I liked it on my back, though.
  712. I just grow a terrible mustache, so I try to use my neckbeard as a substitute. And when I get lazy, I don’t shave that often.
  713. I just had one of those ‘what the hell are we doing’ moments.
  714. I just happen to like ordinary things. When I paint them, I don’t try to make them extraordinary. I just try to paint them ordinary-ordinary.
  715. I just have a thing in my brain that when I’m about to do something that’s genuine or authentic, I think of it in song form. I’ll be like, ‘Yo, this is a human emotion that no one talks about.’
  716. I just have always been so interested in the way actors and actresses present themselves to the world because I think it is very important and it affects the way people see you as an actor.
  717. I just hope Americans come to understand that food isn’t something to be manipulated by our teeth and shoved down our gullet, that it’s our spiritual and physical nourishment and important to our well-being as a nation.
  718. I just hope people don’t get sick of us. I’m sick of us and I’m in Destiny’s Child.
  719. I just hope that as I get older, I calm down and enjoy the moment, enjoy the great gifts that God has given me.
  720. I just kind of wake up with a new idea and new dreams every day, and I follow that dream, as they say.
  721. I just lead my life as naturally, as normally as I possibly can. But I can’t help it if controversy is hounding me day in and day out. I’m quite amazed sometimes by the way they go about it. I grow a beard and it lands up in the editorial in The Times of India.
  722. I just like guys who have an edge to them. But it could go either way. Like, I have been into the surfer blond frat guys, and then there’s definitely a thing where I like the dark, mysterious bad boy.
  723. I just like making people laugh, and buried in that I like to bring up topics and start discussions.
  724. I just like observing people – it’s something I’ve done ever since I was a kid, and I got really good at it. That’s a big part of why I became a comedian. My audience is filled with every kind of person you can imagine, and I love that.
  725. I just like tattoos.
  726. I just like to build things and do things.
  727. I just like to do covers, every once in a while. If someone pays me to go into the studio, I’ll do it.
  728. I just like to have the ideas. Other people can help see them through.
  729. I just like to have words that describe things correctly. Now to me, ‘black feminist’ does not do that. I need a word that is organic, that really comes out of the culture, that really expresses the spirit that we see in black women. And it’s just… womanish.
  730. I just like to sit and admire my garden; it’s so well kept by my gardener and my girlfriend.
  731. I just love bossy women. I could be around them all day. To me, bossy is not a pejorative term at all. It means somebody’s passionate and engaged and ambitious and doesn’t mind leading.
  732. I just love carbs. And when I’m on vacation I definitely allow myself carbs, so it’s always funny when people are like, ‘Oh my gosh, you look great in your bikini.’ I’m like, ‘If you only knew what I had for breakfast!’
  733. I just love Rome. It really does cast a spell on you.
  734. I just love the days when you come out of the archives with half a dozen excellent descriptions or poignant accounts of personal experiences.
  735. I just love the way the ’60s rock stars put themselves together, because they were like dandies and peacocks. They really lived out their fantasies – and dressed their fantasies.
  736. I just love the whole idea of conversational prints.
  737. I just love to shop. If I could, I would shop every single day in every single store and spend all of my money which, you know, I do anyway.
  738. I just loved films. I knew I wanted to work on film, not video.
  739. I just loved performing. It just made me feel alive. It’s scary, but that’s part of it. I think it’s important to have that extra adrenaline. It gives you that extra zing.
  740. I just loved playing the mean girl. When you’re not like a character, it’s kind of fun to play.
  741. I just make the pictures and where they fall is where they fall. If somebody likes them, that’s always nice. And if they don’t like them, then too bad.
  742. I just make whatever music I want. It’s my obsession, and it’s very fulfilling.
  743. I just miss – I miss being anonymous.
  744. I just never saw my mother in any other room but the kitchen. There were always pots going.
  745. I just play for fun.
  746. I just received the following wire from my generous Daddy; Dear Jack, Don’t buy a single vote more than is necessary. I’ll be damned if I’m going to pay for a landslide.
  747. I just sing what I feel in my heart. I ain’t trying to prove nothing, and I don’t think I ever did.
  748. I just sing. You have to use it.
  749. I just take on what I can commit to completely at that point in time, and that way you’ll be able to give your best.
  750. I just talk a lot, that’s the problem.
  751. I just tell you what I feel. I go out there, you put a quarter on my tongue, twist my ear and I’ll spit out some hit for you.
  752. I just think a lot of people don’t give credit to EDM producers or DJs. People think they’re just button pushers and just get on stage and don’t really perform.
  753. I just think, certainly for live music it should look as good as it sounds.
  754. I just think cities are unnatural, basically. I know there are people who live happily in them, and I have cities that I love, too. But it’s a disaster that we have moved so far from nature.
  755. I just think it is important that you realize, that you’re the best in the world. Whether you are a Democrat or Republican or whether you’re libertarian or whatever, you are the best. And we should not ever forget that. And when somebody does not do the job, we got to let them go.
  756. I just think music is such a beautiful thing. It lifts the heart and buoys up your spirits – all kinds of music.
  757. I just think people should find the music that helps them through the day and enjoy that. I’ve never felt like, if somebody does or doesn’t like what I’m doing, it’s a morality issue.
  758. I just think the best way for me to be greedy is long-term greedy.
  759. I just think we need to find a way, because we don’t dispose of them very well; they have very bad chemicals in them. If we could just find a way, maybe start at a small step with eliminating batteries perhaps in small electronic devices, and then possibly in the future go bigger, that would be great.
  760. I just try and surround myself, for the biggest proportion of time that I can, with people who make me feel normal, because constantly feeling abnormal is quite difficult.
  761. I just try to love and serve everyone, and bring everyone water, and lend an ear; that’s what Jesus said to do.
  762. I just try to tell my stories in a way that is still light-hearted and fun to listen to. I’m not trying to bash you over the head with what I have to say.
  763. I just try to write songs that people are going to have a dialogue about.
  764. I just use my muscles as a conversation piece, like someone walking a cheetah down 42nd Street.
  765. I just want kids all over the world to know you have to practice to be any good in this game; it’s too hard.
  766. I just want my career to be ran a certain way. When you get the sense it’s not, that your voice is not being heard, then, unfortunately, you have to do certain things to make a stand to fight what you believe in, even if you do have to sacrifice time.
  767. I just want people to be affected by the music. I’m really affected by my surroundings and put everything in my music – what I’m not getting and what I desire. I want it to be uncompromised… almost a spiritual thing.
  768. I just want to be a wallflower. Nondescript. Just not anything. I don’t want to see me.
  769. I just want to be able to communicate with my fan base.
  770. I just want to be educated.
  771. I just want to be the best version of me.
  772. I just want to be told a story, and I want to believe I’m living that story, and I don’t give a thought to influences or method or any other writerly concerns.
  773. I just want to do God’s will. And he’s allowed me to go to the mountain. And I’ve looked over, and I’ve seen the promised land! I may not get there with you, but I want you to know tonight that we as a people will get to the promised land.
  774. I just want to find somebody special, somebody that I click with.
  775. I just want to go through Central Park and watch folks passing by. Spend the whole day watching people. I miss that.
  776. I just want to keep finding special characters that I feel like I can bring to life and characters that are real and not superficial.
  777. I just want to keep my normal life for as long as possible.
  778. I just want to lobby for God.
  779. I just want to make music, I don’t want people to talk about me. All I’ve ever wanted to do was sing. I don’t want to be a celebrity. I don’t want to be in people’s faces, you know, constantly on covers of magazine that I haven’t even known I’m on.
  780. I just want to retire before I go senile because if I don’t retire before I go senile, then I’ll do more damage than good at that point.
  781. I just want to support my mom. I have everything I need. I don’t need to buy anything.
  782. I just want you to know that, when we talk about war, we’re really talking about peace.
  783. I just wanted to be a composer; I became an actor by default, really. I got a scholarship to a college of music and drama, hoping to take a scholarship in music. But I ended up as an acting student, so I’ve stuck with that for the last 50-odd years.
  784. I just wanted to be a songwriter. I did really not like the sound of my own voice.
  785. I just wanted to be who I was, which was like so many other girls I knew. We grew up in the city, had a hard edge and obstacles to overcome, but we were still young and beautiful. I didn’t want to be all dressed up, all made up – I wanted to be myself, which hadn’t been done before.
  786. I just was not going to subject my record to the bleak prospects of a primary election.
  787. I just wish the world was twice as big and half of it was still unexplored.
  788. I just wish we knew a little less about his urethra and a little more about his arms sales to Iran.
  789. I just write stuff down and pile it up, and when I get enough stuff, I spread it out and look at it and figure out how to use it.
  790. I just write the sort of book that I would enjoy reading myself, a book that is both scholarly and recreates the experience of people at that time.
  791. I keep a hotel room in my town, although I have a large house. And I go there at about 5:30 in the morning, and I start working. And I don’t allow anybody to come in that room. I work on yellow pads and with ballpoint pens. I keep a Bible, a thesaurus, a dictionary, and a bottle of sherry. I stay there until midday.
  792. I keep a picture of my beloved children close by. Also, water and plenty of pads and pens.
  793. I keep my hair curly and natural because I really just wanna show who I am.
  794. I keep sailing on in this middle passage. I am sailing into the wind and the dark. But I am doing my best to keep my boat steady and my sails full.
  795. I keep waiting, like in the cartoons, for an anvil to drop on my head.
  796. I keep working because I learn something new all the time.
  797. I kept a very full diary of my relationship with Nixon, for some strange reason, until he became president.
  798. I kept thinking, ‘Somebody has to make a food show that is actually educational and entertaining at the same time… a show that got down to the ‘why things happen.’ Plus, I hated my job – I didn’t think it was very worthwhile.
  799. I kept writing not because I felt I was so good, but because I felt they were so bad, including Shakespeare, all those. The stilted formalism, like chewing cardboard.
  800. I kind of focus on my own stuff, really, and then when people come into my territory, I’ve got to fight them away, and that’s what we do every time fight night happens.
  801. I kind of got my big break with ‘The Princess Diaries’ and during the press rounds for that everyone asked me: ‘Did you always want to be a princess growing up?’ And the truth was, no I wanted to be Catwoman.
  802. I kind of had to figure stuff out on my own and get myself snowboarding competitively again. I went through all types of different legs to try to learn which were going to work for me. Luckily, I was able to figure it out.
  803. I kind of – I like my life; I feel I have lots of opportunities. And my parents actually having had such high expectations for me – I would say it’s the greatest gift that anyone has ever given me. I complained a lot when I was little, but that’s how I feel now. And that’s why I tried to do the same with my two daughters.
  804. I kind of knew. I said, ‘Yeah, I’m not going to be able to play in the NBA. That’s just not going to happen. Let that dream go.’
  805. I kind of love Cole Miller.
  806. I kind of love going to weddings – it’s a guilty pleasure. I’ve never been the wedding-y type girl dreaming about the big day, the dress, but I always cry. Always. Even if I don’t know the bride that well, I’m verklempt!
  807. I kind of make a film for myself to sort of express myself.
  808. I kind of resent the idea that the whole world has to be interested in the American elections.
  809. I kinda live where I find myself.
  810. I knew Billy Wilder socially and would have loved to work with him.
  811. I knew by heart all the dialogue of James Dean’s films; I could watch Rebel Without a Cause a hundred times over.
  812. I knew credibility would come only in time and through earnest performances.
  813. I knew early on that I wanted to entertain in some form. And I knew I would work as hard as anyone to do it.
  814. I knew from the age of four that I wanted to preach. I didn’t even consider it strange that grown people were listening to this kid preaching until I was around thirteen. I have never believed in limitations.
  815. I knew from the second I stepped onstage. I was like, yep, this is what I want to do.
  816. I knew I belonged to the public and to the world, not because I was talented or even beautiful, but because I had never belonged to anything or anyone else.
  817. I knew I loved dancing with my friends.
  818. I knew I loved music, and I knew that I could feel music. So, I knew I had rhythm.
  819. I knew I wanted children in my life. The acting was always in relation to it. Life at home is chaos. They’re wonderful. They’re such interesting human beings. I just love it. I’m lucky.
  820. I knew I wanted to be a performer, but I didn’t know I would specifically be in film. I actually never thought I would be in film. I always envisioned being on the stage.
  821. I knew I wanted to be a professional triathlete, but I didn’t know it was possible until I won the junior champs. My dad said I should give Cambridge a go to see if I could do both, but it was only ever a trial.
  822. I knew I was a winner back in the late sixties. I knew I was destined for great things. People will say that kind of thinking is totally immodest. I agree. Modesty is not a word that applies to me in any way – I hope it never will.
  823. I knew I was a writer; I wanted to be a writer, but I didn’t know what to write.
  824. I knew I was destined to be a rock star. I just knew it, like I’ve always had the power of foresight. I feel right now exactly the way I felt after I finished mixing my first solo album ‘New York Groove’.
  825. I knew I was destined to do a solo album, but when I did that first album in 1978, I had no idea it was going to be that well received.
  826. I knew I was gonna be the number one pick, but I didn’t know.
  827. I knew I’d be in the UFC since I started my career.
  828. I knew nothing about film at all. I suppose the biggest surprise is all these things. In the theatre we sort of do, I might do two or three key interviews and that would be it.
  829. I knew people were going to see me see deteriorate before their eyes.
  830. I knew some of the army quite well.
  831. I knew that I could sing when I was young. I would listen to a lot of jazz; I’m a big jazz fan. When I first got to high school and studied musical theater, I could sing. But I added certain things to my voice, and I realized after graduating high school that this is the kind of voice I had. It’s not very nimble, but it’s heavy.
  832. I knew that I tend to always gravitate to the indie side of things.
  833. I knew that I was ‘interesting’ at 18 because I was aware that I could get away with doing things on stage.
  834. I knew that it was my only shot to be taken seriously in the recording industry, because it’s fast and broad.
  835. I knew that my love for the Sisters of Mercy, Lords of the New Church and that kind of stuff, was never going to lend itself well to a direct interpretation in Black Veil Brides.
  836. I knew the name; I knew who Leatherface was. But I hadn’t seen any of the films, mostly because I’m a scaredy-cat.
  837. I knew what I didn’t want. I didn’t want people to feel sorry for me. I didn’t want people to see me as disabled. I wanted to live a life of adventure and stories.
  838. I knew what show business was, which was why I didn’t want in on that action. I saw what happens! You get it, and then you lose it.
  839. I knew when my career was over. In 1965 my baseball card came out with no picture.
  840. I knew with Snape I was working as a double agent, as it turns out, and a very good one at that.
  841. I know a lot about writing, but I don’t know much about how other industries work. I’ve tried to use my naivety to my advantage.
  842. I know a lot is going to be on our shoulders, especially the way we’re starting games out. We have to start faster; I have to be sharper from the start, and I will be. And I’m confident that if we can get this thing started out a little better each week that we can get on that roll and be tough to stop.
  843. I know a lot of athletes and models are written off as just bodies. I never felt used for my body.
  844. I know a lot of people around the world have these problems where there’s just no light, no electricity, nothing.
  845. I know a lot of people who wouldn’t be comfortable with everything that comes with being in a band as big as Nirvana. The thing that I don’t understand is not appreciating that simple gift of being able to play music.
  846. I know a lot of shows are like, ‘Here’s the pages,’ right before they start filming. I’d have a heart attack. The anxiety would be way too much for me. I don’t have as strong a backbone as those other show writers.
  847. I know black people love the idea that we finally have a beautiful, good-looking black president. But if he is doing awful things to us, we should wake up.
  848. I know but one freedom, and that is the freedom of the mind.
  849. I know every fight could be my last fight, and if that happens, that’s not just a health issue, but I’ll be knocked off that king’s stool.
  850. I know exactly what I’m doing on the ice, and I’m in my element.
  851. I know firsthand how critical support systems are.
  852. I know for a fact that if there’s a role which I am suited for, I’ll be signed on. I’ll never go begging.
  853. I know for sure that loves saves me and that it is here to save us all.
  854. I know from having had a child, and from having been a child myself, that children will copy you.
  855. I know God will not give me anything I can’t handle. I just wish that He didn’t trust me so much.
  856. I know Gov. Christie. We’ve met a couple of times.
  857. I know how bad Albany is. I know it better than most. I understand why people are angry. I’m angry. The question is going to be, how do you change Albany, what is the plan for change, and then how do you actually get it done?
  858. I know how it feels to go hungry.
  859. I know how men in exile feed on dreams.
  860. I know how to work with people. I’ve worked with the same people for 10 years. I’m not that kind of auteur. I hear ideas.
  861. I know I am very beautiful.
  862. I know I come off like a very outgoing person, and yeah, I’m outgoing, but there’s also a part of me that still likes to be in my little shell sometimes.
  863. I know I could be the host of ‘SportsCenter’ in two years if I changed my show today to sports.
  864. I know I do not exaggerate, unconsciously and unintentionally, the scantiness of my resources and the difficulty of my life… I know that, but for the mercy of God, I might easily have been, for any care that was taken of me, a little robber or a vagabond.
  865. I know I got it made while the masses of black people are catchin’ hell, but as long as they ain’t free, I ain’t free.
  866. I know I have an awful lot to learn from the people of Minnesota.
  867. I know I have pretty good instincts.
  868. I know I have the body of a weak and feeble woman, but I have the heart and stomach of a king, and of a king of England too.
  869. I know I should have never got into politics. And I’ve learned my lesson. No more politics.
  870. I know I want to always do the best I can.
  871. I know I will never be happy, but I know I can be gay!
  872. I know if I don’t look after myself, I will be talking to you in a couple of years’ time mumbling my words and slurring. It won’t be because I am drunk: it will be the fighting, taking blow after blow to the brain. That scares me. I don’t worry about being killed in the ring; it’s losing my mind that I fear.
  873. I know if I stopped hosting ‘Wine Library TV,’ we’d probably lose 75 percent of our audience, but the remaining 25 percent is still a big number.
  874. I know I’m a good fighter, probably a great fighter. I’ve fought the best in the world since I was a kid, and I’ve been fortunate to come out on top.
  875. I know I’m stronger in the songs than I really am. Sometimes I need to hear it myself. We all need to hear those empowering songs to remind us.
  876. I know I’m talented, but I wasn’t put here to sing. I was put here to be a wife and a mom and look after my family. I love what I do, but it’s not where it begins and ends.
  877. I know in my heart that man is good. That what is right will always eventually triumph. And there’s purpose and worth to each and every life.
  878. I know it sounds weird, but the food that I eat, it doesn’t make a big difference, and it never has. So, I’ve saved a ton of money not buying a lot of alcohol, not going out to restaurants too much. So, I think it’s part of our culture, and it’s part of a social activity more than anything else.
  879. I know it’s a cliche, but trust me on this. I once dated a Canadian. Canada = boring.
  880. I know it’s a rare privilege, but if one can really tackle something in adult life that means that much to you, then it’s more rewarding than anything I can imagine.
  881. I know it’s corny – but I love ‘Jingle Bells!’
  882. I know it’s going to be the private sector that leads this country out of the current economic times we’re in. You can spend your money better than the government can spend your money.
  883. I know Jesus Christ died for my sins, and that’s all I really need to know.
  884. I know love is the answer.
  885. I know more about wheat and olive trees than I do about politics.
  886. I know most Americans don’t have this luxury, but we are in Los Angeles and are lucky enough to be able to grill outside almost all year long. It’s my favorite way of preparation because it’s so clean and it gives it such a great flavor. You need very little oil and the protein can be really cleanly prepared and perfectly cooked.
  887. I know my country has not perfected itself. At times, we’ve struggled to keep the promise of liberty and equality for all of our people. We’ve made our share of mistakes, and there are times when our actions around the world have not lived up to our best intentions.
  888. I know my dad is a big Internet freak, and he’s been known to be a Wikileaker.
  889. I know my fan base is a smart group of people.
  890. I know my father believed and my mother believed in and supported the suffrage movement, and I remember my mother taking me to suffrage meetings held in the home of a Quaker family that lived not far from us.
  891. I know my lyrics might be weird to some, but they’re not like that to me because I know where they come from – I know the secret.
  892. I know my own weaknesses as a human being, and as a musician, as a singer and as a woman.
  893. I know my role on this team, and I’m expected to prepare and to perform every week and play well. I relish that opportunity – to be somebody the guys can count on week in and week out, to play really well. That’s what really motivates me: to make my coaches proud, my teammates proud, and the fans proud.
  894. I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.
  895. I know nothing, except the fact of my ignorance.
  896. I know nothing of God or the Devil. I have never seen a vision nor learned a secret that would damn or save my soul.
  897. I know now that everything I write, I’m going to put out, and I’ll have to live with it for the rest of my life.
  898. I know now that there is no one thing that is true – it is all true.
  899. I know Obama, I like Obama, I voted for Obama.
  900. I know of no country in which there is so little independence of mind and real freedom of discussion as in America.
  901. I know of no more encouraging fact than the unquestionable ability of man to elevate his life by conscious endeavor.
  902. I know of no safe depository of the ultimate powers of the society but the people themselves; and if we think them not enlightened enough to exercise their control with a wholesome discretion, the remedy is not to take it from them but to inform their discretion.
  903. I know of nothing more valuable, when it comes to the all-important virtue of authenticity, than simply being who you are.
  904. I know of only one duty, and that is to love.
  905. I know once people get connected to real food, they never change back.
  906. I know only that what is moral is what you feel good after and what is immoral is what you feel bad after.
  907. I know people I feel are extremely talented, but I don’t know that I’ve ever heard any geniuses.
  908. I know people that could serve me canned tuna and saltine crackers and have me feel more at home at their table than some people who can cook circles around me. The more you try to impress people, generally the less you do.
  909. I know people who’ve gone to jail. It don’t mean you stop loving them! They deservin’ love just as much in there, and maybe they needin’ it more.
  910. I know roughly when I skate a good program where the score should end up.
  911. I know some of the best Dolly Parton jokes. I made ’em up myself.
  912. I know some people might think it odd – unworthy even – for me to have written a cookbook, but I make no apologies. The U.S. poet laureate Billy Collins thought I had demeaned myself by writing poetry for Hallmark Cards, but I am the people’s poet so I write for the people.
  913. I know some people who live this much more insulated life in Los Angeles, where their feet never touch public ground. They walk out of their bathroom, their living room, they get into their garage, their car, and the next thing you know, they’re at the valet parking of the restaurant or the store or the office. They’re in a bubble the whole time.
  914. I know some things when I start. I know, let’s say, that the play is going to be a 1970s or a 1930s play, and it’s going to be about a piano, but that’s it. I slowly discover who the characters are as I go along.
  915. I know that BMW is now a sponsor of the USOC – of the United States Olympic Committee – so they offer the use of their aerodynamic speed-tunnel for testing and such for the athletes, which is a great advantage. But to be honest with you, I’d rather have a free car!
  916. I know that campaigns can seem small, and even silly. Trivial things become big distractions. Serious issues become sound bites. And the truth gets buried under an avalanche of money and advertising. If you’re sick of hearing me approve this message, believe me – so am I.
  917. I know that every time I list something that I am, I am potentially alienating a whole group of people. Publicists and managers will encourage you not to say what political party you belong to, what you eat, what you don’t eat, who you sleep with and all that stuff.
  918. I know that God is good, and he saved me from hell and damnation.
  919. I know that I always wanted things. I was always proud of my people, proud of my home, but I always wanted more. I think most people do.
  920. I know that I have a voice and can use it for good or bad. It’s a gift from God.
  921. I know that I was put on this planet to be an athlete.
  922. I know that if I can’t move people, then I have no business being an actor.
  923. I know that I’ll end up being a role model for many, many people out there for all kinds of reasons.
  924. I know that I’m deeply, spiritually, profoundly philosophical and I also know that I’m about the flakiest person you’re gonna meet.
  925. I know that I’m not the easiest person to live with. The challenge I put on myself is so great that the person I live with feels himself challenged. I bring a lot to bear, and I don’t know how not to.
  926. I know that it’s probably not a good idea for a comedian, especially a satirist, to support a public policy group or a politician. This is something I learned only too well years ago when I did a fundraiser for Pol Pot. A few years later I saw ‘The Killing Fields,’ and I’ve got to tell you, I just felt like a schmuck.
  927. I know that I’ve been guided by God. I am obedient.
  928. I know that my passion is for opera, but sometimes I like also to sing songs, because there are many beautiful melodies.
  929. I know that my works are a credit to this nation and I dare say they will endure longer than the McCarran Act.
  930. I know that nurses are not only the largest healthcare profession but are responsible for the delivery of most healthcare, and are often in the best place to be able to see the whole pathway of care.
  931. I know that one of the great arts that the writer develops is the art of saying, ‘No. No, I’m finished. Bye.’ And leaving it alone. I will not write it into the ground. I will not write the life out of it. I won’t do that.
  932. I know that part of the reason I read Tolkien when I’m ill is that there is an almost total absence of sexuality in his world, which is restful.
  933. I know that people think I’m sexy and I am looked at as that. It is cool with me. It’s wonderful to have sexy appeal. If you embrace it, it can be a very beautiful thing.
  934. I know that some actors and directors like to have intensity on set. I don’t, particularly. Certainly, if they want that, that’s fine, but I can’t work like that.
  935. I know that some people use lavender, incense, and cake as sedatives, but for me, a ‘nose bath’ in an old book just does something.
  936. I know that the arts are important. I’m not denying that, but I can’t associate myself with all the claptrap that goes on around it.
  937. I know that the Lord is always on the side of the right; but it is my constant anxiety and prayer that I and this nation may be on the Lord’s side.
  938. I know that the right kind of political leader for the Labour Party is a desiccated calculating machine.
  939. I know that there are millions of Americans who are content with their health care coverage – they like their plan and, most importantly, they value their relationship with their doctor.
  940. I know that when I pray, something wonderful happens. Not just to the person or persons for whom I’m praying, but also something wonderful happens to me. I’m grateful that I’m heard.
  941. I know that when I’m standing alone below a thousand-foot wall, looking up and considering a climb, my sponsors are the furthest thing from my mind. If I’m going to take risks, they are going to be for myself – not for any company.
  942. I know the fact that I was born means I have to die, so my only aim is to reach out and help someone along the way.
  943. I know the signs of scaredness.
  944. I know the trend I would love to bring back is floral. I think that it’s just so much fun, whether it’s with shoes or outfits or even pants.
  945. I know there is strength in the differences between us. I know there is comfort where we overlap.
  946. I know there’s a creative side to artists to – pardon me – there’s a creative side to scientists already, but there may be an artistic side, too, waiting to break free.
  947. I know there’s a farmer out there somewhere who never wants a PC and that’s fine with me.
  948. I know there’s an impression that I’m someone who seeks to have violent confrontations with people. I don’t. Do I regret screaming at some guy who practically clipped my kid in the head with the lens of a camera? Yeah, I probably do, because it’s only caused me problems.
  949. I know, to banish anger altogether from one’s breast is a difficult task. It cannot be achieved through pure personal effort. It can be done only by God’s grace.
  950. I know very well that beauty is empty. But I want it anyway.
  951. I know war as few other men now living know it, and nothing to me is more revolting. I have long advocated its complete abolition, as its very destructiveness on both friend and foe has rendered it useless as a method of settling international disputes.
  952. I know what I’m good at, and if I’m asked to do something I’m not – like hip-hop dancing – I get self-conscious.
  953. I know what I’m like when I don’t have a project coming up, and that’s the mode I’m almost more comfortable in. That’s when I get really scrappy and creative.
  954. I know what it’s like to be an outcast in society. I know what it’s like to want to find strength, and more importantly, I know what it’s like to find that internal strength and rise out of the pain of being just sort of a weirdo.
  955. I know what soldiers or their families go through.
  956. I know whatever my father did, in his own way, he still loved me.
  957. I know when somebody’s heard my music. I can hear it in their music.
  958. I know where I’m going and I know the truth, and I don’t have to be what you want me to be. I’m free to be what I want.
  959. I know who I am, I know what I can and can’t do. I know what I will and won’t do. I know what I’m capable of and I don’t agree to do things that I don’t think I can pull off.
  960. I know women that act queeny, I know men that are straight that act queeny, and I know gay men that act queeny… To me, those are people who think the rules don’t apply to them.
  961. I learn from experience.
  962. I learn poetry, learn text, and that really keeps you alive.
  963. I learned a great many years ago that in a fight between husband and wife, a third party should never get between the woman’s skillet and the man’s ax-helve.
  964. I learned a long time ago how to be coachable.
  965. I learned a long time ago that it doesn’t make me less of a woman because my babies come out of a different place. My C-sections have been fine.
  966. I learned a long time ago that trying to micromanage the perfect vacation is always a disaster. That leads to terrible times.
  967. I learned a long time ago the wisest thing I can do is be on my own side, be an advocate for myself and others like me.
  968. I learned a lot from working with and watching Knxwledge, seeing how he produces non-stop. He doesn’t dwell too long on stuff. He’s very simple, using only about two or three elements. I like that in production. Sometimes it doesn’t take more than three drums, a melody, the vocal, looping a sample or whatever, just as minimal as possible.
  969. I learned about serif and san serif typefaces, about varying the amount of space between different letter combinations, about what makes great typography great. It was beautiful, historical, artistically subtle in a way that science can’t capture, and I found it fascinating.
  970. I learned at an early age that I could make the things that I wanted. That’s a very powerful thing to realize as a kid. LEGOs were a key part of that.
  971. I learned compassion from being discriminated against. Everything bad that’s ever happened to me has taught me compassion.
  972. I learned how important it is to entertain people and give them a reason to come and watch you play.
  973. I learned how to be a learner. When you get in a job, the tendency is to say, ‘I’ve got to know it. I’ve got to give direction to others. I’m in this job because I’m better and smarter.’ I always took a different view, that the key was to identify the people who really knew and learn from them.
  974. I learned long ago, never to wrestle with a pig. You get dirty, and besides, the pig likes it.
  975. I learned never to empty the well of my writing, but always to stop when there was still something there in the deep part of the well, and let it refill at night from the springs that fed it.
  976. I learned so much from ‘Iron Chef’ about ingredients, about the courage to put yourself out there.
  977. I learned Tae Kwon Do and gymnastics and I have a trainer.
  978. I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.
  979. I learned that I suffered from bipolar II disorder, a less serious variant of bipolar I, which was once known as manic depression. The information was naturally frightening; up to 1 in 5 people with bipolar disorder will commit suicide, and rates may even be higher for those suffering from bipolar II.
  980. I learned that very often the most intolerant and narrow-minded people are the ones who congratulate themselves on their tolerance and open-mindedness.
  981. I learned that you go through things, you deal with them and that’s what empowers you and ultimately makes you a happy person.
  982. I learned that you shouldn’t take your most esoteric concept and fit it into the largest space with the highest fixed costs. It puts too much pressure on the restaurant to hit grand slams every day when there just aren’t enough people who want to watch that sport.
  983. I learned there are ways to approach life. You can never change the events, but you can change the way you approach them.
  984. I learned to cook in self-defense. My wife doesn’t know what a kitchen is. In the first month of our marriage, she broiled lamb chops 26 nights in a row. Then I took over. I used to mind her not caring about food, but no more – as long as I can eat what I want.
  985. I learned to fly a few years ago in England. It’s the only place I’m completely alone – up in the air, detached from everything.
  986. I learned to forgive myself, and that enabled me to forgive my mother as a person.
  987. I learned to knit in 2002, six months after my 5-year-old daughter, Grace, died suddenly from a virulent form of strep. I was unable to read or write, and friends suggested I take up knitting; almost immediately I fell under its spell.
  988. I learned to walk as a baby, and I haven’t had a lesson since.
  989. I learned to work on a computer years before I was placed under house arrest. Fortunately I had two laptops when I was under house arrest – one an Apple and one a different operating system. I was very proud of that because I know how to use both systems.
  990. I learned what a Birkin bag is from the price tag. You’ll never forget what it is once you’ve paid for one.
  991. I learned with ‘Birdman’ that it’s liberating when you just lose yourself and go after something that terrifies you. The experience was so good.
  992. I learned with ‘Birdman’ that it’s liberating when you just lose yourself and go after something that terrifies you.
  993. I learnt to stop fantasising about the perfect job or the perfect relationship because that can actually be an excuse for not living.
  994. I leave the story room to grow into what the movie is driving me to do.
  995. I leave work by 6:30 P.M. so I can spend some time with the children. Inevitably, we’ll end up watching basketball or football. I live in a house of boys, and they’re all sports mad, so I don’t stand a chance.
  996. I leave you my portrait so that you will have my presence all the days and nights that I am away from you.
  997. I left Egypt in 1969 for graduate school at the University of Pennsylvania. I have been on the faculty at Caltech for 37 years and carried dual citizenship for 31. But my commitment to the country of my birth never wavered.
  998. I left high school very early. I was 17. So I guess it wasn’t that early, but I did not get a high school education.
  999. I left ‘Law and Order’ because I really honestly did want to do movies and did want to be a movie star since I was a little girl.
  1000. I left the entertainment industry part of my life behind in 1983, when we decided not to work with major record companies anymore.
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