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He Quotes: A bumblebee can’t fly. He’s aerodynamically unsound. But he doesn’t know that. A captain shouldn’t be chosen on the number of goals he’s going to score. A clone of Einstein wouldn’t be stupid, but he wouldn’t necessarily be any genius, either.

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A clown’s makeup and character, that’s all he has to sell. He loves and believes in that character.

A coldly rationalist individualist can deny that he has any obligation to make sacrifices for the future.

A consistent thinker is a thoughtless person, because he conforms to a pattern; he repeats phrases and thinks in a groove.

A convert, if he converts through the Orthodox, he has the Jewish gene. If he doesn’t convert through the Orthodox, he doesn’t have the Jewish gene. As simple as that.

A creep is someone who claims he’s one thing but he’s actually another.

A critic is a reader who ruminates. Thus, he should have more than one stomach.

A drunk driver is very dangerous. So is a drunk backseat driver if he’s persuasive.

A fan requested me for a photo, after which he made his whole family click photos with me, and while leaving, he told his family that I was Katrina Kaif!

A fanatic is a man that does what he thinks the Lord would do if He knew the facts of the case.

A fella who accepts himself and is relaxed into who he is – that appeals to people.

A fellow doesn’t last long on what he has done. He has to keep on delivering.

A fellow who is always declaring he’s no fool usually has his suspicions.

A feminist man is a bit like a vegetarian: it’s the humanitarian principle he’s defending, I suppose.

A few years ago, I fell in love with a man before realising he was married.

A fiance is neither this nor that: he’s left one shore, but not yet reached the other.

A German immersed in any civilization different from his own loses a weight equivalent in volume to the amount of intelligence he displaces.

A god implants in mortal guilt whenever he wants utterly to confound a house.

A good artist should be isolated. If he isn’t isolated, something is wrong.

A good composer does not imitate; he steals.

A good director’s not sure when he gets on the set what he’s going to do.

A good engineer thinks in reverse and asks himself about the stylistic consequences of the components and systems he proposes.

A good listener is not only popular everywhere, but after a while, he knows something.

A guy that throws what he intends to throw, that’s the definition of a good pitcher.

A hero has faced it all: he need not be undefeated, but he must be undaunted.

A hero is a man who does what he can.

A hero is no braver than an ordinary man, but he is brave five minutes longer.

A homosexual man is a man 100 per cent. He does not need to dress homosexual.

A humorist has to be taken seriously before he’s considered a real writer.

A laborer no longer makes whole articles. He receives raw materials, puts his touch on them, and passes them to another worker in the series. When the articles are quite finished they are carried out of sight by currents of commercial exchange. These currents are untraceable.

A leader can’t pick and choose when he wants to lead.

A leader has to ‘appear’ consistent. That doesn’t mean he has to be consistent.

A liar will not be believed, even when he speaks the truth.

A lion runs the fastest when he is hungry.

A lot of newspapers say, Terence Stamp is playing himself and we’re as bored as he is.

A lot of Woody Guthrie’s songs were taken from other songs. He would rework the melody and lyrics, and all of a sudden it was a Woody Guthrie song.

A man can be as sexy as he wants to be.

A man can do all things if he but wills them.

A man can do what he wants, but not want what he wants.

A man can preach no better than he prays.

A man does not know what he is saying until he knows what he is not saying.

A man doesn’t know what he knows until he knows what he doesn’t know.

A man doesn’t plant a tree for himself. He plants it for posterity.

A man has cause for regret only when he sows and no one reaps.

A man has generally the good or ill qualities, which he attributes to mankind.

A man has honor if he holds himself to an ideal of conduct though it is inconvenient, unprofitable, or dangerous to do so.

A man in love is incomplete until he has married. Then he’s finished.

A man is a fool if he drinks before he reaches the age of 50, and a fool if he doesn’t afterward.

A man is always better than he thinks.

A man is as alive as he can communicate.

A man is but the product of his thoughts what he thinks, he becomes.

A man is hindered and distracted in proportion as he draws outward things to himself.

A man is insensible to the relish of prosperity until he has tasted adversity.

A man is insensible to the relish of prosperity ’til he has tasted adversity.

A man is known by the company he organizes.

A man is known by the silence he keeps.

A man is literally what he thinks.

A man is literally what he thinks.

A man is not finished when he is defeated. He is finished when he quits.

A man is only as good as what he loves.

A man is rich in proportion to the number of things he can afford to let alone.

A man is the sum of his actions, of what he has done, of what he can do, Nothing else.

A man is what he thinks about all day long.

A man loses contact with reality if he is not surrounded by his books.

A man may be a fool and not know it, but not if he is married.

A man may not always be what he appears to be, but what he appears to be is always a significant part of what he is.

A man must not swallow more beliefs than he can digest.

A man really determines himself by what he does.

A man sees what he wants to see, And disregards the rest.

A man should look for what is, and not for what he thinks should be.

A man who fears suffering is already suffering from what he fears.

A man who lives, not by what he loves but what he hates, is a sick man.

A man with a million dollars can be as happy nowadays as though he were rich.

A man, as a general rule, owes very little to what he is born with – a man is what he makes of himself.

A man’s as miserable as he thinks he is.

A man’s character may be learned from the adjectives which he habitually uses in conversation.

A man’s conflicts represent what he ‘really’ is.

A man’s got to do what a man’s got to do. A woman must do what he can’t.

A man’s homeland is wherever he prospers.

A man’s manners are a mirror in which he shows his portrait.

A man’s only as old as the woman he feels.

A movie star is not an artist, he is an art object.

A musician can get lost to what he is in the session busines as it was.

A mutt is a dog. He is the stuff of dogginess, a creature allied to species, not breed, and untrammeled by human hand or preference.

A novelist can never be his own reader, except when he is ridding his manuscript of syntax errors, repetitions, or the occasional superfluous paragraph.

A novelist should not be too intelligent either, although… he may be permitted to be an intellectual.

A number of analysts have observed that although bin Laden was finally killed, he won some major successes in his war against the U.S.

A person doesn’t die when he should but when he can.

A person is a person because he recognizes others as persons.

A pig resembles a saint in that he is more honored after death than during his lifetime.

A player becomes great only when he realises he has great team-mates.

A player wants to be remembered for what he has won, for the medals, for what he has given his club.

A poetic, sensitive, tortured soul, the Ian Curtis of the myth – he was definitely that.

A politician is the devil’s quilted anvil; He fashions all sins on him, and the blows are never heard.

A politician’s words reveal less about what he thinks about his subject than what he thinks about his audience.

A President is best judged by the enemies he makes when he has really hit his stride.

A President needs political understanding to run the government, but he may be elected without it.

A prohibitionist is the sort of man one couldn’t care to drink with, even if he drank.

A puppy plays with every pup he meets, but an old dog has few associates.

A reader is not supposed to be aware that someone’s written the story. He’s supposed to be completely immersed, submerged in the environment.

A reader should know what he might reasonably expect under a particular label.

A reporter from ‘The Times’ wanted to arm-wrestle, and as I recall, he kept challenging me. So we went at it, and there was a pop. His arm broke. Very strange. He went into a kind of swoon.

A schoolmaster should have an atmosphere of awe, and walk wonderingly, as if he was amazed at being himself.

A solitary, unused to speaking of what he sees and feels, has mental experiences which are at once more intense and less articulate than those of a gregarious man.

A songwriter should have friends who are similarly interested; should move about in the milieu of work he has chosen for himself.

A sprinter is never satisfied; otherwise, he is not a sprinter.

A stage actor has to be 10% aware of the audience as he’s performing.

A true lover always feels in debt to the one he loves.

A unicorn is a mythical creature that you’ve never seen before. And a unicorn player, he makes plays and does stuff you’ve never seen before.

A whole bunch of months passed and I didn’t hear anything and then he emailed and asked if I could do a little piece on POD and Queens of the Stone Age.

A wise man sees as much as he ought, not as much as he can.

A writer is defined by the language in which he writes, and I would stick to that definition.

A writer is like a bean plant – he has his little day, and then gets stringy.

A writer is seldom satisfied with the condition he finds himself in. We’re all given to fretting a lot.

A writer is unfair to himself when he is unable to be hard on himself.

A writer looking for subjects inquires not after what he loves best, but after what he alone loves at all.

Aaron Cruden and Beauden Barrett have both been decent, but Dan Carter takes it on to a different level, and he kicks his goals better than both of them.

Above all, what socialist, without flushing with shame, maintains he is not a revolutionary? We say: none!.

Abraham Lincoln never denigrated, never scapegoated, never finger-pointed. And he had reason to.

Abu Mazen has got to do only one thing: to fight terror. That’s what he needs to do.

Abu Mazen is not a member of the Zionist movement. He is a Palestinian.

According to Netanyahu, he should rule like a Caesar, and the Knesset should be run by the tyranny of the majority.

Accursed be he that first invented war.

Accurst be he that first invented war.

Actions yield result by the ordinance of God as He wills.

Adam Sandler is truly brilliant. He plays these goofy characters, but he is a brilliant fellow.

Adam Scott sings like a bird… He’s so bad. He’s so bad.

Adam Smith’s huge failure was the fact that he did not foresee the industrial revolution.

After all, God is God because he remembers.

After being Turned Down by numerous Publishers, he had decided to write for Posterity.

After my son died, I went to a psychiatrist. He proved – or I proved – that Sigmund Freud was correct when he said that the Irish are impervious to psychoanalysis.

After reading the Elon Musk book and getting a Tesla – he is at the top of my list of inspiring founders.

After reviewing the polygraph charts in private, the polygraph examiner told me that I had passed and that he believed I had nothing to do with the anthrax letters.

Al Gore is an heir to the old czars and commissars. He never saw a regulation he didn’t like.

Alan Ball, he’s good at challenging his actors, I’ll say that.

Alex Kurtzman – he’s one of the nicest guys.

All a man’s affairs become diseased when he wishes to cure evils by evils.

All a writer has to do to get a woman is to say he’s a writer. It’s an aphrodisiac.

All are lunatics, but he who can analyze his delusions is called a philosopher.

All coaching is, is taking a player where he can’t take himself.

All lies and jests, still a man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest.

All of this technology wasn’t available to Einstein. I bet he would’ve invented LIGO.

All Scouts should know about St. George. St. George is the Patron Saint of England; he is also the Patron Saint of cavalry in all countries, and therefore Patron Saint of Scouts.

All the time he’s boxing, he’s thinking. All the time he was thinking, I was hitting him.

All the ‘Hunger Games’ stuff, we had a fantastic production designer, and he built amazing sets.

Allen Iverson was the Tupac of basketball; he was a true revolutionary.

Almost every man wastes part of his life attempting to display qualities which he does not possess.

Already at the origin of the species man was equal to what he was destined to become.

Although charismatic, James Dean is no Harrison Ford. In the majority of his movies, sooner or later he got the crap beaten out of him.

Although the evidence at this trial shows that Charles Manson was the leader of the conspiracy to commit these murders, there is no evidence that he actually personally killed any of the seven victims in this case.

America was cool with Saddam Hussein when he was killing Iranians.

An actor is defined by the choices he or she makes.

An actor is working steady if he’s active four to six months a year.

An actor should never be larger than the film he’s in.

An ambassador is not simply an agent; he is also a spectacle.

An artist is he for whom the goal and center of life is to form his mind.

An ass may bray a good while before he shakes the stars down.

An author departs, he does not die.

An author must be nothing if he do not love truth; a barrister must be nothing if he do.

An author’s characters do what he wants them to do.

An editor does not just join shots. He creates emotions out of the shots.

An enemy generally says and believes what he wishes.

An Englishman thinks he is moral when he is only uncomfortable.

An Englishman, even if he is alone, forms an orderly queue of one.

An Englishman’s never so natural as when he’s holding his tongue.

An entrepreneur never thinks of quarter-on-quarter; he thinks for 25 years, 50 years.

An expert gives an objective view. He gives his own view.

An individual can have a point of view. He is entitled to that.

An inventor fails 999 times, and if he succeeds once, he’s in. He treats his failures simply as practice shots.

And for mathematical science, he that doubts their certainty hath need of a dose of hellebore.

And George Carlin was a guy that the more he aged the younger he seemed.

And Hackman had really choked up when he was telling it. It was very moving.

And he repents in thorns that sleeps in beds of roses.

And he that strives to touch the stars, Oft stumbles at a straw.

And I coached against Mike when he was an assistant with the Bears and they won that football game.

And I met Paul Simms while I was making ‘It’s Pat’, and he later wound up casting me in ‘NewsRadio.’

And I think he’s been very keen to do that.

And I’d watch George C. Scott from backstage. He was one of my mentors.

And one of my favorites was Eddy Arnold of course. He just had that smooth, soulful voice.

And what he greatly thought, he nobly dared.

And, finally, Lincoln was not a good impromptu speaker; he was at his best when he could read from a carefully prepared manuscript. Though maybe a teleprompter could have helped that!

And, if there was any responsibility in refusing to obey, he was willing to accept it.

Andy Dick is so gay, he thinks Margaret Cho is funny.

Andy Serkis is one of the best actors I have ever worked with. He might be the best actor I have ever worked with.

Andy was not a director and not a writer. He operated the camera a little bit, and he wasn’t even so good at that.

Antonio Gates is spectacular. But he’s not a blocking tight end.

Any ballplayer that don’t sign autographs for little kids ain’t an American. He’s a communist.

Any composer who is gloriously conscious that he is a composer must believe that he receives his inspiration from a source higher than himself.

Any one reflecting upon the thought he has of the delight, which any present or absent thing is apt to produce in him, has the idea we call love.

Any passionate actor, if he is spoon-fed, will deliver.

Any player who is in a national team is their because he deserves to be.

Any time Chris Nolan wants to call me for advice, he can.

Any voices or fantasies, he lives with. Those are his everyday life things.

Any writer who says he loves writing is crazy. Or lying.

Anybody can do anything he wants to if he wants to do it badly enough.

Anybody is influenced by where and how he lives.

Anybody who’s been married to a man for forty odd years knows he’s all talk.

Anybody, providing he knows how to be amusing, has the right to talk about himself.

Anyone can do any amount of work, provided it isn’t the work he is supposed be doing at that moment.

Anyone who says he is an expert in the market is lying to you. There is no such thing.

Arjen Robben, for instance, is a good player, and he helped me a lot with the international team.

Arnold Bennett was a writer I admired. He was actually taking notes at his father’s deathbed.

Arsene Wenger is different. He’s a purist. He’s a professor of football. A professor.

As a director he was not that interested in Vader.

As a man is, so he sees. As the eye is formed, such are its powers.

As a teenager, I preferred the company of boys to girls, focusing always on the most indifferent male and flirting with him until he became my slave.

As an entertainer, Justin Timberlake has learned from the past. He can cradle a mic stand like Elvis Presley, move like Michael Jackson, and swoon like Frank Sinatra.

As far as getting publicity whenever he wants it, Trump is the white Al Sharpton.

As far as Raman Raghav is concerned, he is ruthless.

As for the British churchman, he goes to church as he goes to the bathroom, with the minimum of fuss and no explanation if he can help it.

As governor of California in 1970, Reagan endeared himself to millions of conservatives nationwide when he publicly rebuked the anti-war movement that was exploding on college campuses.

As great as Hulk Hogan was, he still wasn’t that great a worker.

As he was valiant, I honour him. But as he was ambitious, I slew him.

As the artist picks his way along, rejecting and accepting as he goes, certain patterns of enquiry emerge.

As the urgency of the threat presented by Islamic extremism grows, we cannot afford to have the commander-in-chief issue executive orders in direct contravention of laws that he enacted.

Asking a working writer what he thinks about critics is like asking a lamp-post what it feels about dogs.

Aspiring to a souffle, he achieves a pancake at which the reader saws without much appetite.

Assad wanted Israel to capitulate in advance to all his demands. Only then would he agree to enter into substantive negotiations. I couldn’t agree to this.

Astaire was not a sexual animal, but he made his partners look so extraordinarily related to him.

At fifty everyone has the face he deserves.

At one point he decided enough was enough.

At the end of ’69 I did a gig with Jean Luc Ponty here in L.A. He was an electric violinist.

Atlantic’s Jerry Wexler believes first-rate records are made by first-rate voices. He certainly has worked with enough of them: Clyde McPhatter, Joe Turner, La Vern Baker, Ray Charles, Otis Redding, Solomon Burke, Wilson Pickett and Aretha Franklin.

B.A. Raju garu is very knowledgeable when it comes to cinema. He has sound analysis.

Balthazar Balsan is not a self-portrait. If he was, I’d have made the character more flattering.

Barack Obama has raised tons of money. That is what he means by being green.

Barack Obama is a threat to the continued existence of the United States, and he must be impeached, or resign.

Barack Obama is Occupy Wall Street. Barrack Obama is plugged into that world. That’s what he believes.

Barack Obama’s convention speech in 2004 had made him a political star, and he arrived in Iowa to crowds unseen in caucus history.

Baron Corbin lived in my house for months when he played for the Colts our rookie year.

Barry seems to be more flamboyant merely because he gets more interviews to talk about it.

Baseball is a rookie, his experience no bigger than the lump in his throat as he begins fulfillment of his dream.

Battles are won by slaughter and maneuver. The greater the general, the more he contributes in maneuver, the less he demands in slaughter.

Be able to decline a date so gracefully that the person isn’t embarrassed that he or she asked.

Be ever engaged, so that whenever the devil calls he may find you occupied.

Beck is obviously a consummate musician. He plays instruments, many instruments. He can make his own record without having a fleet of computer operators onboard.

Before 2 Chainz got big, he used to sleep on my couch.

Before my son was even born, he already had two shelves of books.

Behavior is what a man does, not what he thinks, feels, or believes.

Ben Horowitz, he’s the guy. He’s really big into hip-hop, and he’s a brainiac.

Ben Rothwell is a beast like he says he is. He’s very, very tough.

Bernard always had a few prayers in the hall and some whiskey afterwards as he was rather pious.

Bernard Vonnegut, named for his paternal grandfather, was born August 29, 1914. He was a serious-looking little boy, even in informal photographs.

Bernie Sanders deserves a lot of credit because he has raised issues.

Besides what he does on the field, one must thank Messi’s human quality.

Biden is actually a wonk at heart. Despite his gaffes, he’s very cerebral.

Bill Clinton told me that when he was 14, he shook John Kennedy’s hand, and that inspired him to be president.

Bill Cosby was the first comedian I was exposed to, because he doesn’t curse.

Bill Cosby, you know, he’s a delightful guy.

Bill Cunningham… he knows fashion better than anybody.

Billy Magnussen, he’s a wild one.

Bin Laden studied economics and public administration before he turned to a life of jihad.

Blake Griffin has shown he can be an All-NBA performer.

Bob Dylan’s first couple of records in the 60’s weren’t considered cover records, but he only wrote one or two original songs on each album.

Bob Dylan’s not a hype and a haircut: he’s the real thing.

Bob Marley was one of my favourite artists. He sang politically conscious lyrics, yet he sang love songs, too.

Bob Rubin was opposed to signing the welfare bill. He’s not exactly what I call a flaming liberal.

Bolivar’s legacy has always been a part of the Venezuelan/Latin American imagery, especially in the countries that he liberated or he helped to liberate. He’s been a very prominent figure.

Bond may be a very international, cosmopolitan kind of character, but underneath it all, he is essentially British.

Bono is chairman and founding member of Over-Achievers Anonymous. He has an irrepressible drive to be great. He wants to achieve it all, which actually makes him very vulnerable.

Bowie is a musician, but he works like a painter. Thom always thought that we should aspire to that.

Bowie is just a persona. He’s a singer, an entertainer. David Jones is a man I met.

Brandon Boyd of Incubus is hot, but he’s too pretty.

Brian Cox is the nicest guy, but he’s so arrogant.

Bruce is the man. He was definitely ahead of his time.

Bruce Rauner needs to lead, and until he does, we must fight to hold him accountable.

Buddy Rich is one of a kind; he’s a genius, and that’s all there is to it.

Buffy loves Angel. He loves her. And I love Ho Hos.

Bush’s choice of Dick Cheney as his running mate is clear confirmation of the policies he would promote and the nominations he would make to an already closely divided U.S. Supreme Court.

Busta Rhymes has been around for centuries. He’s one of the original vampires.

But certainly I didn’t know he was doing anything that was criminal.

But He Himself hath sealed your sufferings, and their thus saying condemns God, and His sealing condemns them.

But he lay like a warrior taking his rest, with his martial cloak around him.

But he that dares not grasp the thorn Should never crave the rose.

But his kiss was so sweet, and so closely he pressed, that I languished and pined till I granted the rest.

But my promoter Frank Warren knows what he is doing, and has been through this cycle many times with other fighters.

But overall, Obama’s record on the environment has been uninspired – and that’s putting it kindly. He hasn’t stopped coal companies from blowing up mountaintops and devastating large regions of Appalachia.

But Steven Bochco was smart; he knew that viewers were smart.

But the fact a person denies that he is theorising is no reason for taking him at his word and failing to investigate what implicit theory is involved in his statements.

But, listen, Eddie Merkyx would have won six Tours if he hadn’t been punched.

By the way he carried himself, you really thought that Bon Scott was immortal.

Caesar recognized the omens, but he didn’t believe they applied to him.

Canadians didn’t vote for a carbon tax. Justin Trudeau campaigned, promised that he wouldn’t create a carbon tax.

Candidate Trump held out his hand to Vladimir Putin. He rejected further U.S. intervention in Syria other than to smash ISIS.

Carlo Ancelotti is very competitive, but he does it with respect.

Carrot Top… I gave him advice once and he ran with it. He should thank me.

Carson Wentz, he’s always continuing to improve.

Carwin, he seems like he trains for five one-minute rounds. That’s his championship fight, apparently.

Cary Benjamin sleeps dreamily on my stomach as we’re both bonding and recuperating. He’s phenomenal.

Ceausescu was mad, and he made half of Romania mad. I’m mad because of him.

Celeb crushes? Chris Brown – I hope he doesn’t really find out.

Cena, one-hundred percent, bleeds WWE, and he always will. I know that much about him.

Cerrone, he’s a very good Muay Thai guy, very long.

Certainly I think the election of John Kennedy and all he stood for was one that really was an inspiration.

Chadwick Moore is a wonderful gay. So is Milo Yiannopoulous, but he appears to be a closeted gay, and my experience with them is that they tend to be sociopaths.

Chance is perhaps the pseudonym of God when he did not want to sign.

Chance is the pseudonym of God when he did not want to sign.

Channing Tatum. He’s a cutie-pie, but he’s also got swag. Before him, my crush was Brad Pitt forever!

Charles Laughton signed me to my first movie contract at 17. He later asked my parents if he could adopt me.

Chief Keef scares me. Not him specifically, but just the culture that he represents.

Chiranjeevi sir is extremely humble and gracious. He is a superstar, but he is one of the nicest, sweetest, most grounded individuals.

Chris Brown is a star. He’s a genius. Anybody should want to work with him. He makes hits.

Chris Elliott could read the phonebook and he’s funny.

Chris Messina is awesome. He’s amazing.

Chris O’Dowd’s a legend, isn’t he? I like him.

Chris Parnell’s a genius, so he’d be amazing on ‘Who’s Line.’

Christ had given the apostles a world-wide commission, embracing all the nations; but intellectually they did not understand what He meant. They found that out as they followed the impulse of the Spirit.

Christ has not only ordained that there shall be such officers in his Church – he has not only specified their duties and prerogatives – but he gives the requisite qualifications, and calls those thus qualified, and by that call gives them their official authority.

Christopher Columbus, as everyone knows, is honored by posterity because he was the last to discover America.

Christopher Darden is a very passionate man. He wears his emotion on his sleeve.

Chuck Cooper is a friend, and I adore him. He can do so many things.

Chucky is absolutely still a puppet. He will remain to be.

Churchill didn’t dance around the Nazis; he called it fascism.

Class has always been Tom Wolfe’s subject, and I suspect the reason for much of the disfavor in which he is held.

Classical pianist Awadagin Pratt. I first heard this eccentric and introverted performer when I was living in the Midwest. He was playing Brahms ballades – haunting.

Claude Rains was what we call an actor’s actor. He was very involved with himself and his performance.

Cobb is a prick. But he sure can hit. God Almighty, that man can hit.

Colby Covington is an idiot. He is so stupid.

Colin Kaepernick had a… maybe he had an epiphany. Maybe he had a realization that ‘I have a higher calling the playing quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers.’

Compromise, n. Such an adjustment of conflicting interests as gives each adversary the satisfaction of thinking he has got what he ought not to have, and is deprived of nothing except what was justly his due.

Conrad Hilton was very generous to me in the divorce settlement. He gave me 5000 Gideon Bibles.

Consider, when you are enraged at any one, what you would probably think if he should die during the dispute.

Conversion is a complete surrender to Jesus. It’s a willingness to do what he wants you to do.

Craig Robinson is basically the mayor of wherever he goes.

Crispin Glover is unusual, but not as unusual as he sometimes presents himself. We got along nicely.

Cristiano is a great player with incredible quality, and if he joins Madrid, then he will be welcomed.

Cukor is one of my favorite directors. He was a master at directing women.

Curt Hennig was my buddy, and he had great success with Mr. Perfect.

Dad didn’t wear the guns unless a report card came in that he didn’t particularly dig.

Dad was a distant figure, autonomous, a cross between the Pope and Mussolini. He was very Italian, as were all of my uncles, although they were second generation.

Damien Sandow, he’s a good entertainer. He keeps your attention.

Daniel Bryan is a good athlete, but he’s a better entertainer.

Daniel Day-Lewis – he’s a man, obviously, but I really admire his work.

Danny Denzongpa knows exactly what to wear on what occasion. He is one of the most immaculately dressed people we have in the industry.

Dante didn’t work out, and then we found Ryan. He worked at a comic, record and toy store in Fremont.

Darren Erstad was special to watch when he moved from center field from first base.

Darwin himself recorded the fact that he accepted the Malthusian idea.

Dave Chappelle is one of my comedic inspirations. His perspective is crazy, and he’s super sharp.

Dave Chappelle – he’s one of my favorite icons. I can’t think of anyone who’s funnier.

Dave Mackay is my definition of a superstar. The man broke his leg three times, but wouldn’t be carried off. He walked off.

Dave Van Ronk is not an obscure figure. He’s the biggest figure on an obscure scene, playing a kind of niche music that we knew and liked.

David Ayer is one of the best directors I’ve ever worked with. He’s a true man’s man.

David Cameron can change the branding of the party, but he can’t change the beliefs.

David Lynch is a very kind and warm-hearted man. I really think he’s brilliant.

David O. Russell is probably my favorite filmmaker. He’s not only a great director, but he’s also a great writer.

David Silva is a great player, and also, off the pitch, he’s a great lad.

Dean Martin. He was incredible.

Death comes for us all. Even for kings he comes.

Deathstroke is the dark-mirror version of Batman, basically. He is every bit as resourceful, every bit as ruthless, every bit as powerful as Batman.

Deco is a very skillful player. He thinks very fast on the pitch.

Defeat never comes to any man until he admits it.

Derrick Rose – he’s had his opportunity. He’s been an MVP in the league. His efficiency isn’t what it used to be.

Dhoni is a big player. He’s achieved a lot as a player and as a captain.

Diamond Dallas Page didn’t have that larger-than-life persona, but he had a different connection with the audience.

Dick Enberg is still around and still being as good as he ever was.

Dick Grasso would be a superb mayor of the City of New York. He loves the city.

Dick Martin was a good buddy, and he was always a lot of fun to have around.

Do I hope Batshuayi comes to Tottenham? Yes, of course. He has a lot of qualities.

Do not overlook that Donald Trump is an inherently unstable person. He’s never been able to have stable businesses or stable marriages. It is then wholly predictable that Donald Trump would be unable to have a stable presidency.

Do we root for Michael Corleone in the ‘Godfather’ films? I think so, even if he is a monster.

Do you know why Albert Camus was so prolific? He wrote to keep from screaming.

Do you remember the wrestler Andre the Giant? Famous. He had acromegaly.

Don Siegelman should be a star in the Democratic Party. Instead, he’s a former elected official sentenced to prison by a right-wing judge in Alabama.

Donae’o is too cold; he’s been dropping bangers since 2000.

Donald Trump has made it clear that he regards Hungary highly.

Donald Trump is at his very best, at his very best, when he talks about the issues.

Donald Trump is defeating himself. He is ensuring that Hillary Clinton is elected. I think they would both be absolutely terrible.

Donald Trump is proud of the fact that he’s never written an e-mail.

Donald Trump was sharp; he was very perceptive. He was engaging. He had this expansive vocabulary, and he very seldom took breaks.

Donald Trump’s a fighter. Great counter puncher. Great counter puncher. He’s a fighter.

Dontel Benjamin on ‘Eastbound’ is a loud-mouth, braggadocios, crazy man, while Roy on ‘Rake’ is a very deliberate, thoughtful man, and he doesn’t scream a lot.

Don’t automatically obey Presidential directives if you disagree or if you suspect he hasn’t considered key aspects of the issue.

Don’t blame the boss. He has enough problems.

Don’t jump on a man unless he is down.

Doo never actually made moonshine, but he hauled about an ocean of it.

Dore Schary was then head of the studio and he wanted to change my name.

Dr. Karel Culik is an outstanding applied mathematician, a specialist in algebra, logic, computer sciences and mathematical linguistics. In 1965, he visited the linguistics research program at MIT, and we have worked together on several projects since.

Drake, the way he uses that Auto-Tune has always been attractive, hasn’t it?

Dre was one of my heros in the music industry. If he’s not down for his homeboys, I don’t wanna be a part of him or around him.

Dulquer Salmaan is fantastic! He is effortless.

Duncan Jones has skills; he’s an architect of emotional dislocation.

Dwayne McDuffie was one of my favorite writers. When I was growing up, he was one of the few African Americans working in American comics.

E-40 is another person I love working with because he is so entertaining.

Eddie Alvarez, man, he’s a tough guy.

Eddie Guerrero is my number one. He is the reason I am in the WWE – I wanted to be the female version of him.

Eddie Murphy was the Michael Jordan of comedy. He had a full range of abilities.

Einstein explained his theory to me every day, and on my arrival I was fully convinced that he understood it.

Eisenhower was less deferential to the military than he seemed likely to be, Kennedy was not at all beholden to the pope, George W. Bush was smarter than portrayed and Barack Obama has not led a charge from the left – least of all on behalf of the civil liberties that have eroded since September 11, 2001.

Either he’s dead or my watch has stopped.

Either Jesus is the son of God, or he is not.

Elder McKinley wants his homosexuality to be turned off. To be a perfect Mormon, he has to put his feelings away.

Ellington is a writer and arranger, as well as a musician and leader. He does movie sound tracks.

Elton John is an absolute lad. He’s a hero.

Elvis Presley, you can’t define him in a couple of sentences, but he was a country boy and he was very respectful.

Elvis was a great singer. He really was.

Elvis was a sweet darling, shy fellow, but he was really boring.

Elvis was really sweet and kind of bashful, but he didn’t have a whole lot to say.

Elvis was rock’n’roll. He came from the poverty and the pain.

Emerson stands apart from the other poets and essayists of New England, and of English literature generally, as of another order. He is a reversion to an earlier type, the type of the bard, the skald, the poet-seer.

Emerson’s fame as a writer and thinker was firmly established during his lifetime by the books he gave to the world.

Energy is an eternal delight, and he who desires, but acts not, breeds pestilence.

Eric Carter is a more raw, more emotional protagonist. He’s a bit of an Everyman.

Eric Church knocks down doors everywhere he goes.

Ernest Hemingway did a great deal toward making the writer an acceptable public figure; obviously, he was no sissy.

Evangelicals have largely misinterpreted Aquinas, and they have placed on him views that he did not hold.

Even Andy never hung his own paintings. He’d sell them or put them in a box.

Even before V. P. Singh was shifted, the media was creating an impression that he was facing difficulties. This was totally incorrect.

Even crushed against his brother in the Tube the average Englishman pretends desperately that he is alone.

Even if I disagree with Obama on many, many things, he is certainly qualified to be president. He is certainly competent to be president.

Even in the presence of others he was completely alone.

Even the revolutionary writer will err if he fails to grasp the enormous effectiveness of occasional understatement.

Even though he’s a moron, I supported Tyson Fury.

Even though he’s a third-generation San Franciscan, my father’s very European in some ways, and he loves wine.

Even though Mr. Trump is a billionaire, he is still able to relate to average working men and women. The billionaire gets along with the bricklayer.

Every actor is somewhat mad, or else he’d be a plumber or a bookkeeper or a salesman.

Every actor thinks he can do comedy, and it’s not true.

Every actor thinks he’s underused – unless he’s a movie star.

Every animal leaves traces of what it was; man alone leaves traces of what he created.

Every decent man is ashamed of the government he lives under.

Every dog has his day, unless he loses his tail, then he has a weak-end.

Every friend is to the other a sun, and a sunflower also. He attracts and follows.

Every good painter paints what he is.

Every historian with professional standards speaks or writes what he believes to be true.

Every immortal except Jack Nicklaus has hit a wall and stopped making putts he had to make in order to win. Jack did it for 20 years.

Every journalist who is not too stupid or too full of himself to notice what is going on knows that what he does is morally indefensible.

Every journalist who is not too stupid or too full of himself to notice what is going on knows that what he does is morally indefensible.

Every literary critic believes he will outwit history and have the last word.

Every man at the bottom of his heart believes that he is a born detective.

Every man becomes, to a certain degree, what the people he generally converses with are.

Every man has a right to be conceited until he is successful.

Every man has his follies – and often they are the most interesting thing he has got.

Every man has three characters – that which he exhibits, that which he has, and that which he thinks he has.

Every man is guilty of all the good he did not do.

Every man loves what he is good at.

Every man should be considered as having a right to the character which he deserves; that is, to be spoken of according to his actions.

Every quarterback feels like he has something to prove.

Every second is mapped out and he has this total childish fascination with color and shapes and sequences.

Every time Luis Suarez is close, he pushes defenders around.

Every writer knows he is spurious; every fiction writer would rather be credible than authentic.

Every writer secretly hopes that what he or she has written will endure.

Everybody gets a little dose of Shakespeare. He’s the greatest playwright in the English language, but his politics are fairly square.

Everybody is ambitious. The question is whether he is ambitious to be or ambitious to do.

Everybody knows what Harry Kane is all about; he’s a goalscorer, a great professional.

Everybody sets out to do something, and everybody does something, but no one does what he sets out to do.

Everybody wants financial security for their family, and when a player says otherwise, he’s lying.

Everybody watches Bruce Lee. That’s a legend. He’s the man!

Everybody’s got a father. Even if he’s not the nicest guy in the world.

Everyone has his faults which he continually repeats: neither fear nor shame can cure them.

Everyone in the ’80s was reading Tolkien; he invented this whole medieval fantasy genre.

Everyone is a reactionary about subjects he understands.

Everyone knows what Kenny Dalglish means to Liverpool: he is probably the badge on the shirt.

Everything comes to him who hustles while he waits.

Everything is possible for an eccentric, especially when he is English.

Everything that David Chase does has a tremendous amount of specificity. He is very detail oriented.

Everything that I’m attempting to do is based on my understanding of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and what he wanted for his people.

Everything that you want Santa to be, he is.

Experience helped Richard Nixon, but it didn’t save him, and it certainly wasn’t a blanket endorsement. He blundered terribly in dealing with Vietnam.

Ezra Klein gets under my skin. He seems to spout the party line.

Faithless is he that says farewell when the road darkens.

Fassbender is fearless; he’s a fearless actor.

Fats – very funny man, but every note that he played was like a pearl.

Feed the musician, and he’s out of tune.

Fellini was a little lofty for a teenage boy, but certainly he was a huge influence.

Fermat said he had a proof.

Fidel is really a special case. He’s a personality of history.

Firmino is the most decisive player because he comes to play between the lines and opens the spaces to his team-mates.

First he wrought, and afterward he taught.

First of all, Vince McMahon doesn’t argue – he tells you!

First, he must hold rational values, and to do this he must be a thinker.

First, I don’t talk to Derek Fisher. He’s not my type of guy.

Floyd Mayweather has fought the biggest names throughout his career and has earned the right to face whoever he chooses.

Following in the footsteps of Berry Gordy, I always admire what he did.

For a brief moment, Ian Fleming made being an Englishman seem sexy, even to the French. He should have been awarded a knighthood, even possibly the Garter.

For a man to achieve all that is demanded of him he must regard himself as greater than he is.

For all the creationists out there, Darwin’s just an atheist. But he was actually agnostic.

For Ashley Williams, he doesn’t score many, but what a leader.

For Buffon, I hear he trains less on the field, and he is more focused on keeping his muscles strong.

For God is himself the Being of all Beings, and we are as gods in him, through whom he revealeth himself.

For Mantle, the Yankees’ locker room was a sanctuary, a safe haven where he was understood, accepted and, when necessary, exonerated.

For me, Bloodshot was the least appealing character that Valiant had. He was so cold.

For me, one of the biggest designers is Azzedine Alaia. Everything he is doing is fantastic.

For me, one of the most interesting columns to write was about Dick Cheney when he represented the U.S. at a commemorative ceremony at Auschwitz.

For Obama to save himself, he should be thinking about the example of an unlikely Republican predecessor: Richard Nixon.

For Ozil’s part, he certainly has the class to compete with Ronaldo.

For sure, I’d fight B. J. Penn. He’s one of my buddies, also, but I think we could fight each other.

For Tim Burton’s birthday I gave him a rainbow beetle. He loved it!

For what Ronaldo’s achieved, he’s amazing; he’s a great team-mate.

For Zlatan to play the way we love him to play, he has to be Zlatan.

Force may subdue, but love gains, and he that forgives first wins the laurel.

Ford was warm and friendly. He wouldn’t embarrass a Cabinet member.

Francis Underwood was entirely based on Richard III. When Michael Dobbs wrote ‘House of Cards’ in the original British series, Richard III is what he based the character on.

Francis Webb is easily our greatest poet and one of the greatest poets in the world but he’s hardly ever mentioned.

Frank Baum knew at once he had written something special when he completed ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.’

Frank Ocean, he’s the G.O.A.T.

Frankenstein’s actually interesting; he’s kind of like a zombie.

Frankly, Governor Romney in his career has created more jobs than the entire Obama cabinet combined, so he could actually talk about it.

Freud was a hero. He descended to the Underworld and met there stark terrors. He carried with him his theory as a Medusa’s head which turned these terrors to stone.

From the moments Obama took office, he has downplayed the threats from radical Islamists.

Frost is the greatest artist in our clime – he paints in nature and describes in rime.

Fury said he would rather fight his cousin than me.

Gambhir behaves like he’s a cross between Don Bradman & James Bond.

Gareth Southgate is a fantastic manager, and he knows what I am about.

Gary Bauer is a very good – he’s a good friend of mine.

Gary Neville never seemed to know when he was beaten, and Ashley Cole never gets beaten.

Gene Kelly was a little tough, and he used to yell at me on the set.

Gene sometimes… well, he has his dream list.

General benevolence, but not general friendship, made a man what he ought to be.

George Allen was afraid of my image. He wasn’t afraid of me.

George Bush is a fan of mine, he came to see me in the Seventies. His coke dealer brought him.

George Bush is not stupid. He’s evil. OK? There’s a huge difference between stupid and evil.

George Bush says what John Kerry did was noble. Yet he sees him being savaged by his own supporters.

George Martin, he’s very good at a very sort of lush, sweet arrangement.

George W. Bush always said and did what he believed and he let it rip.

George W. Bush broke a mold four years ago: Even though he lost the popular vote, he governed as if he had won by acclamation.

George W. Bush has much to evaluate: he has presided over the most sweeping redesign of U.S. grand strategy since the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Gerrard is passionate, and he leads from the front. At times, he has lifted Liverpool to great wins almost single-handedly.

Gertrude Stein really thought of Hemingway as frail. He almost married Stein.

Ghostface, when it comes to hip-hop, was one of my favorite rappers and definitely one of my favorites in the Wu-Tang. He’s also a really cool dude.

Give a critic an inch, he’ll write a play.

Give a member of Congress a junket and a mimeograph machine and he thinks he is secretary of state.

Give him enough rope and he will hang himself.

Give the enemy an inch, he’ll take a yard.

Given that external reality is a fiction, the writer’s role is almost superfluous. He does not need to invent the fiction because it is already there.

Given that Mr. Kerry is clearly exaggerating what happened to minority voters in the 2000 election in Florida, maybe we should wait for him to provide evidence of what he is alleging in 2004.

God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers.

God created the races. He created different backgrounds and cultures. But He created them all to operate under His authority.

God doesn’t know things. He is things.

God gives every bird his worm, but He does not throw it into the nest.

God gives the nuts, but he does not crack them.

God has been replaced, as he has all over the West, with respectability and air conditioning.

God in fact does not change: he is faithful to himself.

God is all-full. He is self-contained. He is eternal satisfaction.

God is displeased at the diffidence of souls who love Him sincerely and whom He Himself loves.

God is God, but he has various names in different languages, and each strand of monotheistic religion has multiple ways of describing the godhead.

God is love. He loves everybody. He loves you.

God is never on the sidelines of His children’s lives. He goes before them. He leads them, guides them, protects and saves them.

God is not disillusioned with us. He never had any illusions to begin with.

God is not distant: he is ‘Emmanuel,’ God-with-us. He is no stranger: he has a face, the face of Jesus.

God is not subject to the dimension of time. He dwells in eternity.

God is of no importance unless He is of supreme importance.

God is omnipotent, He is omniscient, and He is ever present.

God is so kind, he has given so much sunshine to India.

God is the last link of the chain, but He is the first also.

God is the most ancient of all things, for he had no birth.

God made the Idiot for practice, and then He made the School Board.

God may be subtle, but he isn’t plain mean.

God owns heaven but He craves the earth.

God shows his contempt for wealth by the kind of person he selects to receive it.

God uses whoever he wants.

God will finish what He authors, but He is not obligated to finish what He has not authored.

Godzilla’s a monster for the ’90s. He’s been working out.

God’s finger touched him, and he slept.

God’s only excuse is that he does not exist.

Goldberg is authentic. What you see is what you get, and he’s a wrecking machine.

Gosh, all a kid has to do these days is spit straight and he gets forty-thousand dollars to sign.

Governor Romney has paid 100 percent of his taxes that are owed. He has complied 100 percent with what the law requires.

Greg Berlanti is in charge of a lot of superhero shows on television. He is a literal superhero. He is absolutely brilliant.

Guardiola has a way of playing; he has a system, and he sticks to that.

Guardiola won so many trophies at Barcelona that he had a huge impact.

Gustafsson is a stud, man. He’s a good fighter.

Had Calhoun been advised by me, he would have been the most popular man in the United States.

Had there not been a Mary Todd, there would not have been an Abraham Lincoln. She found him when he was a young lawyer and really a bumpkin. No one knew of him, but she recognized his brilliance.

Hamilton was extremely combative. Not only was he combative, but he also overreacted to anything he perceived as a threat or a criticism.

Hamilton was young, dashing, and romantic. He lent himself perfectly to be the star of a musical.

Happy is he who can trace effects to their causes.

Happy the man when he has not the defects of his qualities.

Harold Lloyd was not a comedian. But he was the finest actor to play a comedian that I ever saw.

Harout Pamboukjian is one of the biggest Armenian folk singers in the world. In the ’70s, he was making these records that were really Zeppelin-influenced.

Harrison Ford’s still got it goin’ on. He’s very sexy in that manly-man kind of way.

Harrison Ford… I love him. He’s a man’s man.

Harry Reid is not funny; he’s creepy. Nancy Pelosi is creepy. Charles Schumer is sneaky and creepy.

Harry Truman wrote scathing letters, but he almost never sent them.

Harry Truman, with what he did in dropping and having the guts to drop the bomb in 1944, saved – saved millions of American lives.

Harvey Korman was like a private tutor to me. He was such a mentor.

Having a puppet is a way of having opposing opinions – I say a thing; he says the other.

Having nothing, nothing can he lose.

He allowed us to choreograph the sex scenes.

He and I were about as compatible as a rat and a boa constrictor.

He bit his lip in a manner which immediately awakened my maternal sympathy, and I helped him bite it.

He bore no grudge against those he had wronged.

He brought imagination to the story of the Creation.

He can be as good as he wants to be; that’s how good he can be.

He can fight terrorists overseas, but he leaves our borders so they can come in here and do their thing.

He can thread a needle with a well-turned phrase.

He can who thinks he can, and he can’t who thinks he can’t. This is an inexorable, indisputable law.

He climbs highest who helps another up.

He combines the manners of a Marquis with the morals of a Methodist.

He conquers who endures.

He considers me just a uterus with legs.

He considers the theatrical version of Fanny and Alexander an amputated version of what his original film was, and he doesn’t really like the shorter film.

He could have made it right with the book. But he hasn’t. He is a revisionist of history. He has lied.

He could not see a belt without hitting below it.

He did not know what love was. And he did not know what good it was. But he knew he carried it around with him, a scabrous spot of rot, of contagion, for which there was no cure.

He didn’t riot. He got on his bike and looked for work.

He disliked emotion, not because he felt lightly, but because he felt deeply.

He does not believe that does not live according to his belief.

He does not possess wealth; it possesses him.

He does what I have always needed to have done to me, and that is that he dominates me.

He enjoys much who is thankful for little.

He enters the port with a full sail.

He fashioned hell for the inquisitive.

He fashions evil for himself who does evil to another, and an evil plan does mischief to the planner.

He flung himself from the room, flung himself upon his horse and rode madly off in all directions.

He gains everyone’s approval who mixes the pleasant with the useful.

He gave to misery (all he had) a tear.

He had a broad face and a little round belly, that shook, when he laughed, like a bowlful of jelly.

He had a face like a blessing.

He had decided to live forever or die in the attempt.

He had delusions of adequacy.

He had to deal all at once with the packed regrets and stifled memories of an inarticulate lifetime.

He has a brilliant mind until he makes it up.

He has a future and I have a past, so we should be all right.

He has a method that likens the musician to an athlete, so I do physical exercises designed to keep a musician in shape in order to perform the function, which is to play music.

He has a right to criticize, who has a heart to help.

He has all of the virtues I dislike and none of the vices I admire.

He has called for a repeal of the Fifth Amendment as it affects the right of private property.

He has committed the crime who profits by it.

He has conferred on the practice of vacillation the aura of statesmanship.

He has found his style, when he cannot do otherwise.

He has honor if he holds himself to an ideal of conduct though it is inconvenient, unprofitable, or dangerous to do so.

He has made a profession out of a business and an art out of a profession.

He has no enemies, but is intensely disliked by his friends.

He has not lived badly whose birth and death has been unnoticed by the world.

He has sat on the fence so long that the iron has entered his soul.

He has selected from a group of overwhelming candidates. This candidate was nominated to the Supreme Court because of his extremely overwhelming qualifications.

He has the most who is most content with the least.

He has to do the heavy lifting and the windows and the wash, and also protect the president.

He has Van Gogh’s ear for music.

He has your finger, but I have your heart.

He hath no leisure who useth it not.

He hit me 18 times while I was in the act of falling.

He hits from both sides of the plate. He’s amphibious.

He hoped and prayed that there wasn’t an afterlife. Then he realized there was a contradiction involved here and merely hoped that there wasn’t an afterlife.

He is a killer, Harry Kane.

He is a state of matter, a form of life, a sort of animal, and a species of the Order Primates, akin nearly or remotely to all of life and indeed to all that is material.

He is a terrible planner, though. So am I.

He is accelerating all the time. That last lap was run in 64 seconds and the one before in 62.

He is an old bore. Even the grave yawns for him.

He is every other inch a gentleman.

He is far too intelligent to become really cerebral.

He is forever poised between a cliche and an indiscretion.

He is indebted to his memory for his jests and to his imagination for his facts.

He is lost who is possessed by carnal desire.

He is neither a strategist nor is he schooled in the operational arts, nor is he a tactician, nor is he a general. Other than that he’s a great military man.

He is not a lover who does not love forever.

He is not only dull in himself, but the cause of dullness in others.

He is not poor that hath not much, but he that craves much.

He is not valiant that dares die, but he that boldly bears calamity.

He is now rising from affluence to poverty.

He is poor indeed that can promise nothing.

He is ready, if the occasion presents itself, to throw the whole English population in the St. Lawrence.

He is really something. I love him. He is Sir Arsene Wenger.

He is rich or poor according to what he is, not according to what he has.

He is so old that his blood type was discontinued.

He is strong and pain is worse to the strong, incapacity is worse.

He is the true enchanter, whose spell operates, not upon the senses, but upon the imagination and the heart.

He is very upbeat but we hear that all the time from just about any athlete.

He isn’t a real boss until he has trained subordinates to shoulder most of his responsibilities.

He just had a very unique way of expressing himself physically with his kids.

He knows much of what men paint themselves would blister in the light of what they are.

He knows not his own strength that has not met adversity.

He knows not his own strength that hath not met adversity.

He knows so little and knows it so fluently.

He knows that you have ability and what he does is he manipulates it and sort of empowers you.

He knows the tax code as thoroughly as the pope knows the Lord’s Prayer.

He listens well who takes notes.

He lives most life whoever breathes most air.

He lives with his creativity in high gear.

He longed to be lost but he couldn’t bear not to be found.

He looked about as inconspicuous as a tarantula on a slice of angel food.

He looked at me as if I were a side dish he hadn’t ordered.

He looks about as happy as a penguin in a microwave.

He looks as though he’s been weaned on a pickle.

He loves his bonds who, when the first are broke, Submits his neck into a second yoke.

He made the impossible possible.

He makes no friends who never made a foe.

He makes people pleased with him by making them first pleased with themselves.

He may be president, but he still comes home and swipes my socks.

He may have hair upon his chest but, sister, so has Lassie.

He might be my boyfriend. He might not be my boyfriend.

He missed an invaluable opportunity to hold his tongue.

He moulded me as a player by teaching me the basics, the fundamentals of football, and definitely made me the player I was until I stopped playing. That is what Van Gaal does.

He must be lightning slow.

He must be very ignorant for he answers every question he is asked.

He never yelled or screamed so I felt very at home and comfortable.

He obliged Cinderella to sit down, and, putting the slipper to her little foot, he found it went on very easily, and fitted her as if it had been made of wax.

He once had his toes amputated so he could stand closer to the bar.

He only is exempt from failures who makes no efforts.

He ordered killings as easily as he ordered linguine.

He plants trees to benefit another generation.

He played the King as though under momentary apprehension that someone else was about to play the ace.

He preaches well that lives well.

He preacheth patience that never knew pain.

He proposed, in London, in 2002.

He put a ring in the toe of a stocking. On Christmas Eve, we opened our stockings and it was there at the bottom of the toe. Then he got down on his knees and he was shaking.

He resolved, having done it once, never to move his eyeballs again.

He rolls it under his tongue as a sweet morsel.

He seems determined to make a trumpet sound like a tin whistle.

He shines in the second rank, who is eclipsed in the first.

He sliced the ball when he had it on a plate.

He slides into second with a stand up double.

He sort of gets comic moments. Not a lot of directors do.

He spent hours and hours and hours practising these conjuring tricks. It’s just such a curious thing.

He stands erect by bending over the fallen. He rises by lifting others.

He stopped everything behind the plate and hit everything in front of it.

He suddenly found himself on the precipice of utility.

He suffered from a rush of words to the head.

He suffered from paralysis by analysis.

He that can have patience can have what he will.

He that ceaseth to be a friend never was a good one.

He that communicates his secret to another makes himself that other’s slave.

He that composes himself is wiser than he that composes a book.

He that displays too often his wife and his wallet is in danger of having both of them borrowed.

He that does a base thing in zeal for his friend burns the golden thread that ties their hearts together.

He that does good to another does good also to himself.

He that falls into sin is a man; that grieves at it, is a saint; that boasteth of it, is a devil.

He that fears death loses the joys of life.

He that goeth about to persuade a multitude that they are not so well governed as they ought to be shall never want attentive and favorable hearers.

He that has a great nose, thinks everybody is speaking of it.

He that has been bitten by a snake is afraid of a rope.

He that has not got a wife is not yet a complete man.

He that has one eye is a prince among those that have none.

He that has satisfied his thirst turns his back on the well.

He that hath deserved hanging may be glad to escape with a whipping.

He that hath knowledge spareth his words.

He that hath no cross deserves no crown.

He that hopes no good fears no ill.

He that humbleth himself wishes to be exalted.

He that is giddy thinks the world turns round.

He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else.

He that is jealous is not in love.

He that is rich is wise.

He that is taught only by himself has a fool for a master.

He that knew all that learning ever writ, Knew only this – that he knew nothing yet.

He that lives upon hope will die fasting.

He that loseth his honesty hath nothing else to lose.

He that loves to be flattered is worthy o’ the flatterer.

He that overvalues himself will undervalue others, and he that undervalues others will oppress them.

He that respects himself is safe from others. He wears a coat of mail that none can pierce.

He that rises late must trot all day.

He that shuns trifles must shun the world.

He that sows thorns should never go barefoot.

He that speaks much, is much mistaken.

He that strives to touch the starts, oft stumbles at a straw.

He that struggles with us strengthens our nerves, and sharpens our skill. Our antagonist is our helper.

He that travels much knows much.

He that waits upon fortune, is never sure of a dinner.

He that won’t be counseled can’t be helped.

He that would govern others, first should be Master of himself.

He that would live in peace and at ease must not speak all he knows or all he sees.

He that wounds himself, even though he has not the right, is not culpable; but if others have wounded him, they are culpable.

He that wrestles with us strengthens our nerves and sharpens our skill. Our antagonist is our helper.

He that’s secure is not safe.

He thinks that Schiller and St Paul were just two Partisan Review editors.

He thought as a sage, though he felt like a man.

He threatens many that hath injured one.

He took over anger to intimidate subordinates, and in time anger took over him.

He tosses aside his paint-pots and his words a foot and a half long.

He traveled in order to come home.

He travels best that knows when to return.

He travels safest in the dark night who travels lightest.

He travels the fastest who travels alone.

He used to sit on my lap. I was sort of ambivalent about that. He was surviving any way he could.

He vanished to the public in order to materialize for his family.

He wants only to rest and to have a little peace.

He wants you all to Himself to put His loving, divine arms around you.

He was a crystal of morality among our scientists.

He was a fiddler, and consequently a rogue.

He was a god, such as men might be, if men were gods.

He was a great thundering paradox of a man.

He was a man, he always performed his promises.

He was a rake among scholars, and a scholar among rakes.

He was a very generous soul and was exceptionally dedicated to the medium of photography.

He was also very clear that the decision to cast me as Cora was all Michael’s.

He was always sort of a scrappy little kid wasn’t he? A bit of a fighter?

He was as fresh as is the month of May.

He was definitely an original and a one-of-a-kind. Truly there was only one Prince.

He was definitely known as the foremost man killer in the West; however there’s controversy about virtually every killing that he was known to have been involved in.

He was distinguished for ignorance; for he had only one idea, and that was wrong.

He was driven by the idea that when Milosevic grabs a part of Bosnia, Croatia should get a piece of it, too.

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

He was imposing, even in his pensiveness.

He was interviewed in the early ’60s by a young novelist, Pati Hill.

He was lost out there. He was the lost Mohegan.

He was my favorite senator… I love him. He made the liberals squeal.

He was not only a bore; he bored for England.

He was of the faith chiefly in the sense that the church he currently did not attend was Catholic.

He was so depressed, he tried to commit suicide by inhaling next to an Armenian.

He was the sort of person who stood on mountaintops during thunderstorms in wet copper armour shouting ‘All the Gods are bastards.’

He was using me. When he cast me in Sideways I was nothing but a vessel.

He was white and shaken, like a dry martini.

He wasn’t Bugs without the gags we gave him.

He wasn’t directing it, of course, so I didn’t work with Hitchcock.

He wasn’t sure exactly which day, but what’s noteworthy about that is that is also before Valerie Plame is first identified in the Robert Novak piece that ran on Monday, July 14.

He who allows himself to be insulted deserves to be.

He who allows me to rule is in fact my master.

He who allows oppression shares the crime.

He who angers you conquers you.

He who avoids complaint invites happiness.

He who awaits much can expect little.

He who believes in nobody knows that he himself is not to be trusted.

He who can destroy a thing, can control a thing.

He who can live in infamy is unworthy of life.

He who can, does. He who cannot, teaches.

He who cheats others is a knave, but he who cheats himself is a fool.

He who commands an Apollo flight will not command a second one.

He who commits injustice is ever made more wretched than he who suffers it.

He who considers too much will perform little.

He who controls others may be powerful, but he who has mastered himself is mightier still.

He who controls the money supply of a nation controls the nation.

He who could have been a torch and stoops to being a pair of jaws is a deserter.

He who dares not reason, is a slave.

He who desires, but acts not, breeds pestilence.

He who does not bellow the truth when he knows the truth makes himself the accomplice of liars and forgers.

He who does not fear death cares naught for threats.

He who does not fill his world with phantoms remains alone.

He who does not prevent a crime when he can, encourages it.

He who does not tire, tires adversity.

He who does not trust enough, Will not be trusted.

He who does not understand a joke, he does not understand Danish.

He who does not want does not act.

He who doesn’t consider himself is seldom considerate of others.

He who dreads hostility too much is unfit to rule.

He who eats with most pleasure is he who least requires sauce.

He who falls in love with himself will have no rivals.

He who fears being conquered is sure of defeat.

He who fears he shall suffer, already suffers what he fears.

He who fears is literally delivered to destruction.

He who fears to weep, should learn to be kind to those who weep.

He who follows his lessons tastes a profound peace, and looks upon everybody as a bunch of manure.

He who foresees calamities, suffers them twice over.

He who forgives readily only invites offense.

He who frames the question wins the debate.

He who gets the best players usually wins.

He who gives love, receives love.

He who goes step by step always finds himself level with a step.

He who goes unenvied shall not be admired.

He who has the gold makes the rules.

He who hates vice hates men.

He who hath many friends hath none.

He who hesitates is a damned fool.

He who hesitates is poor.

He who hesitates is sometimes saved.

He who hugs too much, hugs badly!

He who integrates is lost.

He who is brave is free.

He who is conceived in a cage yearns for the cage.

He who is contented is rich.

He who is created by television can be destroyed by television.

He who is firm in will molds the world to himself.

He who is fixed to a star does not change his mind.

He who is in evil, is also in the punishment of evil.

He who is in love with himself has at least this advantage – he won’t encounter many rivals.

He who is obsessed by death is made guilty by it.

He who is reluctant to recognize me opposes me.

He who is to be a good ruler must have first been ruled.

He who is without a newspaper is cut off from his species.

He who keeps his cool best wins.

He who knows all things and believes nothing is damned.

He who knows best knows how little he knows.

He who knows himself best esteems himself least.

He who knows himself is enlightened.

He who knows how to flatter also knows how to slander.

He who knows only his own side of the case knows little of that.

He who knows others is wise. He who knows himself is enlightened.

He who knows, does not speak. He who speaks, does not know.

He who labours, prays.

He who laughs has not yet heard the bad news.

He who laughs most, learns best.

He who lives in harmony with himself lives in harmony with the universe.

He who lives without folly isn’t so wise as he thinks.

He who loves 50 people has 50 woes; he who loves no one has no woes.

He who loves the more is the inferior and must suffer.

He who loves with purity considers not the gift of the lover, but the love of the giver.

He who matures early lives in anticipation.

He who never leaves his country is full of prejudices.

He who obtains has little. He who scatters has much.

He who pardons easily invites offense.

He who plays advisor is no longer ambassador.

He who praises everybody, praises nobody.

He who refuses to do arithmetic is doomed to talk nonsense.

He who refuses to learn deserves extinction.

He who rides the sea of the Nile must have sails woven of patience.

He who says he hates every kind of flattery, and says it in earnest, certainly does not yet know every kind of flattery.

He who says o’er much I love not is in love.

He who seeks does not find, but he who does not seek will be found.

He who seeks for gain, must be at some expense.

He who seeks rest finds boredom. He who seeks work finds rest.

He who sleeps in continual noise is wakened by silence.

He who slings mud generally loses ground.

He who sows hurry reaps indigestion.

He who spares the bad injures the good.

He who stops being better stops being good.

He who talks more is sooner exhausted.

He who tampers with the currency robs labor of its bread.

He who thinks he is raising a mound may only in reality be digging a pit.

He who undervalues himself is justly undervalued by others.

He who wonders discovers that this in itself is wonder.

He who would be serene and pure needs but one thing, detachment.

He who would not be idle, let him fall in love.

He who would search for pearls must dive below.

He whom all hate all wish to see destroyed.

He whom many fear, has himself many to fear.

He won’t, won’t he? Then bring me my boots.

He worked for the day when all people would be clothed in dignity.

He works his business and manipulates and keeps himself in front of the world.

He would make a lovely corpse.

He would take the blow so you didn’t have to.

He wrapped himself in quotations – as a beggar would enfold himself in the purple of Emperors.

He wrote himself into the role of Dolly. Dolly was hilariously funny and didn’t know it. And that’s what Thornton Wilder was. He was an adorable man.

Heath Herring is tough as nails, and he fights hard.

Heavenly Father loves every one of His children. After all, He is their Father.

Hence that general is skilful in attack whose opponent does not know what to defend; and he is skilful in defense whose opponent does not know what to attack.

Henry Kissinger never wanted the 20,000 pages of his telephone transcripts made public – not while he was alive, at any rate.

Henry Miller wrote novels, but he calls his protagonist Henry, often Henry Miller, and his books are in this gray area between memoir and novel.

Henry Winkler is the most lovable man. He is like everybody’s favorite grandfather.

Here is he laid to whom for daring deed, nor friend nor foe could render worthy meed.

Here Lies Julius Schwartz. He met his last deadline.

Heroes are defined by their villains – Batman is nothing if he doesn’t have Two-Face.

Hey, Ryan, if Sting retires, will he change his name to Stung?

He’d believe anything provided it’s not in Holy Scripture.

He’ll call that trickle-down. I call it Niagara Falls.

He’s 78 years old… He’s not the same Orrin Hatch I knew 12 years ago.

He’s 85 and he’s met another woman. Still, at 85, why ever not?

He’s a couple sandwiches short of a picnic.

He’s a hard worker, Nate Ebner.

He’s a layered person, so you have to tackle all the aspects of Tupac individually.

He’s a million rubber bands in his resilience.

He’s a threat to win until his brain turns to tapioca.

He’s about as predictable as a Wasp on speed.

He’s as cool as a prized marrow!

He’s fighting for the world title, so we’re prepared for the best John Thompson.

He’s helped me do so much in my career, helped me be the player that I am. If there’s no Larry Brown, then there’s no MVP, Allen Iverson.

He’s my idol. Putin is a beauty.

He’s not anybody’s clone. He’s Ken Griffey, Jr. As long as he continues to remind himself of that, he’s going to be a very good player.

He’s not very fast, but maybe Elizabeth Taylor can’t sing.

He’s passed from rising hope to elder statesman without any intervening period whatsoever.

He’s sharp, he can score and he doesn’t worry about missing.

He’s simply got the instinct for being unhappy highly developed.

He’s sitting in the catbird seat.

He’s so slow that he takes an hour and a half to watch 60 Minutes.

He’s Soderbergh, we’re working for him. It doesn’t matter what he’s doing; we’ll see it at the premiere.

He’s wrong. That’s why his films look so terrible.

His genius he was quite content in one brief sentence to define; Of inspiration one percent, of perspiration, ninety nine.

His huff arrived and he departed in it.

His name, Buzz, fits. He can buzz along at 40 miles an hour when his genetic memory moves him.

Hitchcock loves to be misunderstood, because he has based his whole life around misunderstandings.

Hitler was good in the beginning, but he went too far.

Honestly, the best skater that I’ve seen who raps is Tyler, The Creator. He really can skate… He’s legit.

Hoover was a patriot in his heart, but he definitely exceeded his power.

How could they call him wacko? He’s sold more records than anybody in history.

How could you not love Norman Mailer? He was a total chauvinist, but also so vulnerable.

How well Shakespeare knew how to improve and exalt little circumstances, when he borrowed them from circumstantial or vulgar historians.

Hrithik Roshan is excellent – he is miles ahead of everybody in passion and dedication.

Hulk Hogan was my reason for getting into the business. He was this larger-than-life entity.

I actually did a lot of interviews with Benjamin Bratt, and I learned a lot about him in all of those 60 something interviews that we did, because it was a junket. He speaks very well, and I learned that from him.

I actually had a Bobby Orr action figure. You could put the pads on him and skates and all that. I was 7, and he was still playing.

I actually went to college with Adam Sandler. He was a dramatic actor, too!

I admired Marlon Brando as I grew up. I though he was one of the finest screen actors around.

I adore my dad. He’s a 78-year-old man and my inspiration.

I adored Mickey Mouse when I was a child. He was the emblem of happiness and funniness.

I adored my brother when I was younger, so I wanted to do everything he did.

I always imagine that if I met Dr. Seuss, he would be very similar to Crispin Glover.

I always paid attention to Lil Wayne – close attention. He’s my idol. He’s still my idol.

I am anti-Bush. A lot of what he stands for is the antithesis of what I stand for.

I am enjoying the experience of working with Mishra. For me, he is a world-class spinner.

I am fascinated by Shah Rukh Khan. He is brilliant.

I am firm. You are obstinate. He is a pig-headed fool.

I am in awe of Rajinikanth. He is a great star, yet so easy-going and grounded.

I am less horrified by Trump himself than by what he has done to the rationalizers and enablers.

I am not at all convinced by Pogba. He plays a lot in England – it’s true – but I expected a lot more from him.

I am obsessed with the painter Jonas Wood, but I don’t think I’ll ever be able to afford one of his paintings. He’s an L.A.-based painter; his stuff is incredible.

I aspire to be like Paul Newman. He was a man’s man, a lady’s man, and the epitome of a philanthropist.

I auditioned for the role of Jamie Mitchell in ‘EastEnders,’ and it was between me and Jack Ryder, and he got it.

I beat Gilbert Melendez, and he got two shots at the title.

I both admired my father and his writing, and I saw how much he valued it.

I call him ‘Daddy Coach.’ He’s taught me everything that he’s known so I’m able to do what I’m able to do.

I can usually judge a fellow by what he laughs at.

I can’t be compared to Pele. I need to do so much more to be compared to Pele. Pele is fantastic. And he’s unique.

I can’t speak of anything but greatness for Roman Reigns. He’s one of the all-time greats.

I can’t very well tell my batters don’t hit it to him. Wherever they hit it, he’s there anyway.

I claim Dickens as a mentor. He’s my teacher. He’s one of my driving forces.

I co-own the ranch with my brother, and he and his wife are really the backbone of the operation.

I consider myself a disciple of Norman Lear. And one of the things he did was topic-driven humor.

I could see that, if not actually disgruntled, he was far from being gruntled.

I couldn’t do ‘The Ed Sullivan Show.’ Ed said I was a flash in the pan, and he was right.

I created Evel Knievel, and then he sort of got away from me.

I deeply regret that those with the authority and responsibility to deal appropriately with Brendan Smyth failed to do so, with tragic and painful consequences for those children he so cruelly abused.

I definitely had a Paul Rudd crush. He’s great.

I devour history books. I love anything by Thomas B. Costain or George MacDonald Fraser. He writes magnificent history, and he also wrote the Flashman stories, which are irresistible.

I did a number of films with Amitabh. He was a wonderful costar – totally different from others.

I did go to cheder and was a bar mitzvah. We were members of an Orthodox synagogue, although we were not religious. My grandfather was Polish. He came to Ireland in the ’30s.

I did meet Shah Rukh. He was very kind.

I didn’t find Jesus. He’s been there the whole time.

I didn’t know who Langston Hughes was till he met me backstage.

I didn’t play much under Imranbhai, but he was special.

I didn’t raise Todd to be a writer, but he happened to be one anyway.

I didn’t see Kirby Puckett as a Hall of Famer. I didn’t see Gary Carter as a Hall of Famer. I didn’t see Don Sutton as a Hall of Famer. I didn’t see Phil Niekro as a Hall of Famer. As much as I like Jim Rice, I’m not so sure he’s a Hall of Famer.

I dig Steve Harvey: he’s the suit man. I be checking him out.

I do enjoy working with Ryan although he owes me money.

I do feel like that’s what a writer does, is he goes into other people’s heads.

I do like Burial; he’s so curiously clumsy, you can’t help but be moved. It’s so un-Hollywood, and the rhythms are so un-danceable.

I do not regret working with Rupert Murdoch. But there is a nasty undertone to a lot of what he does which does not exist with the Barclays.

I do what I want. Everybody does what he likes. What is so unique about it?

I don’t care. Charlton Heston is the head of the National Rifle Association. He deserves whatever anyone says about him.

I don’t disagree with Senator McCain when he talks about the earmark process.

I don’t hate Trump, but he’s not somebody I admire.

I don’t have anything against Jimmy Fallon. I love Jimmy Fallon. He’s my dude.

I don’t know if he throws a spitball but he sure spits on the ball.

I don’t know if he was the fourth man or the fifth, but he was certainly in the top 10.

I don’t know if people know that Sylvester Stallone is one of the most decent gentlemen that I’ve ever met. He’s the most consistent friend I’ve ever had.

I don’t know what Russell Moore’s politics really are. I don’t know if he is a closet liberal or if he is a conservative.

I don’t like the sound of all the lists he’s making.

I don’t like Van Gaal, and I am sure he doesn’t like me, either.

I don’t mind Ryan Bader thinking he deserves a title shot.

I don’t mind the word ‘dilettante.’ A dilettante means someone who does what he loves.

I don’t think Auden liked my poetry very much, he’s very Anglican.

I don’t think Beethoven expresses religious truth. He expresses a human truth.

I don’t think Hamlet is mad, nor is he predisposed to be a gloomy or tragic figure.

I don’t think I’d have been as good as Bruce was. He was a better JFK than I would have been.

I don’t think I’ve ever met a public official that didn’t think he was doing the right thing. I can’t think of one.

I don’t think more concentration is required for Robert De Niro to do what he does as for Jim Carrey to do what he does.

I don’t think Reagan is primarily funny, and I don’t think he’s primarily marvelous; he’s complicated.

I don’t want to be boxed in or looked at a certain way, as in, ‘Yo, he’s an Asian rapper.’

I don’t want to be that guy that thinks he is a high draft pick and that he has it all.

I don’t want to be the kind of wrestler that has to do it because he needs the money.

I enjoy Otis Thorpe; he took me under his wing when I was a rookie. I’m also a fan of Ron Harper. He showed me the ropes and showed me what it was to play in the NBA.

I enjoyed working with Peter, I was very pleased when I heard he was going to be the Doctor.

I envy Jesus because he’s dead.

I feel at home wherever Sting is – he’s my home.

I feel very competitive with Robert Morse off-set. We often duke it out. He always wins.

I feel very honored to be playing with Bill Pierce. He’s such a great musician.

I first met Jimbo Wales, the face of Wikipedia, when he came to speak at Stanford.

I found Spotted Tail’s lodge. He invited me to enter.

I gave John Wayne the push he needed to get that Oscar.

I gave my word that this source would not be identified unless he changed his mind. He has not.

I got Jimmy Hall from Wet Willie and he also plays now with Hank Williams Jr.

I got stood up by the letter Y, he was hanging around with his X.

I got to work with Paul Walker. He’s an angel. He was so sweet.

I grew up in North Carolina. My father was a salesperson; he sold textiles.

I grew up in the era when Dan Rather hated Richard Nixon. He was a newsman, but you knew what his opinion was.

I guess John Wayne would be one. I just respected the way he acted.

I guess the President says the majority of the people didn’t elect him, he doesn’t have to listen to ’em anyway.

I guess Tom Cruise – everything he does, everything he touches, is kind of a success.

I had a critical father. I’m more like my father. He was a sales rep for pharmaceutical companies.

I had a lot of fun bantering back and forth with Kennedy. But for ease and comfort, it would be Gerald Ford. He was a down-home type. I came from the Midwest and he came from the Midwest. He was nonaggressive and kindly.

I had a twin, and he didn’t make it.

I had grown up as a fan of Studs Terkel. In Chicago he sort of looms large and is mentioned often.

I had my serious side – I idolized Bobby Kennedy; he was my role model. But so was Jerry Lewis.

I had one day with him, and he was asleep in the scene, but I told my entire family that I was in a scene with Michael Caine.

I had rather have a plain, russet-coated Captain, that knows what he fights for, and loves what he knows, than that which you call a Gentle-man and is nothing else.

I had to follow Bobby Robson at Barcelona. He had won three titles.

I hate when a guy brags… or he sweats.

I have a lot of respect for Shaq. He’s one of the greatest NBA centers of all time.

I have a lot of respect with Mike McCarthy and for what he’s done.

I have a particular relationship with Vinod Khosla because he’s got a lot of very interesting science-based energy startups.

I have a pit bull. He’s a rescue. He’s adorable.

I have a scar on my right arm from my ex-husband. He was cooking and he had a hot pot and he turned around and went right into my arm.

I have a soft spot for Joe Biden. I like him. But he’s dumb as an ashtray.

I have admired Kevin Plank and Under Armour from afar. He has assembled an impressive team.

I have always been a fan of Jim Henson, and I love his Creature Shop creations, the skill of the puppets and the characters he creates.

I have always had open conversations with Shahid. He would discuss what he felt as a performer, and I would talk to him about his performances.

I have bowled with another leg-spinner in county cricket – Shahid Afridi. But he is a totally different bowler than Mishra. I have a lot of respect for Mishra.

I have campaigned only once in the elections, for Vinod Khanna in Gurdaspur, but that was not as a party member but because he is a colleague.

I have grown a lot under Ancelotti. He got the best out of me.

I have known Marbury since he was in seventh grade, and I have always felt he is a hell of an NBA player.

I have learned to have more faith in the scientist than he does in himself.

I have many favorite artists… Van Gogh as one, but he didn’t really sing a lot!

I have many, many fond memories of Yuvraj Singh. He started under my captaincy.

I have met Tom Hanks. Several times. And he’s been very nice.

I have never worked with anyone who I hold in higher esteem than Chris Menges. He’s an absolute, bona fide, authentic artist.

I have no concern for the common man except that he should not be so common.

I have spoken to Donald Trump about this. He understands the dramatic budget cuts our military has faced.

I have the best husband in the world. He’s very involved.

I have the highest regard for Aamirji, and when he asked me to be part of ‘Dangal,’ I was most happy. Unfortunately, I had to lose the match with Aamirji. This I couldn’t do.

I have tremendous faith in President Obama’s skills. He’s a long-term visionary.

I haven’t read Horowitz. I didn’t used to read him when he was a Stalinist, and I don’t read him today.

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.

I hold Jonas Hector in high esteem, and he is a good player.

I honor Billy Graham. He is a category by himself.

I idolize my dad because he was such a hard worker.

I intensely covered Bush when he was Governor of Texas.

I interviewed Putin himself in 2000, shortly after he took over as president.

I just adored working with Woody. He was more than I could have ever dreamed of. I’d do it a million times over.

I just fell into the Dylanesque idea of recording. He is real fast.

I just love Stephen Colbert. He’s a genius.

I just want to be an artist that makes exactly what he feels.

I knew all about Edward VIII’s abdication, George VI becoming the king and having a stammer, but nothing about how he got rid of it.

I knew Buckley – he was a friend of mine – and Steve Bannon is no William F. Buckley. Buckley marginalized the kooks. Bannon empowered them.

I knew Jimmy Dean. He tested for ‘Battle Cry’. Paul Newman tested for ‘Battle Cry’. I did nine tests to finally get that role.

I knew Kanye way before he was signed.

I knew Saleh well, having interviewed and met with him several times. He was a professional Machiavelli, fluent in all forms for political maneuvering.

I knew we were going to marry someday, but I was absolutely surprised when he actually proposed. And surprised he had bought a ring. I ran around the yard screaming.

I knew who Bruce Springsteen was before he had his first record.

I know Koufax’ weakness. He can’t hit.

I know Roy Hodgson very well; he rarely changes tactically.

I know that Jesus is in charge; he’s walking with me.

I learned sweep picking from a variety of sources. One was a Frank Gambale instructional video, but he executes his sweeps a little differently.

I like a man who grins when he fights.

I like Barrington Leavey; he’s the best, and Toots and The Maytals are also the best.

I like Bloomberg; he’s a friend.

I like Carl Frampton; he gets down to business.

I like Chris Rock. He’s dangerous.

I like Donald. I guess I shouldn’t call him that. I like President Trump. He’s affable. He’s funny.

I like Glover Teixeira; he’s a former training partner.

I like Gramsci. He’s an important person.

I like John McCain. He can always be counted on for a good quote.

I like Jon Stewart. He’s not as obnoxious as Dennis Miller, whom I really can’t stand.

I like Jorginho, the way he plays and passes.

I like Kanye West… he makes good music.

I like Rufus Wainwright a whole lot. He makes me wanna be even more musical.

I like Seedorf. He is a good coach.

I like Steve Gadd, everything he did with Steely Dan. There’s so many. I like everything.

I like the fact George R. R. Martin took Shakespeare’s political plays as material, but he also took on all sorts of other sensational stories and mingled them in together.

I liked The Trickster because he was The Flash’s Joker. I liked Solomon Grundy, too.

I liked Truman very much. He was precise and businesslike. After a while, it was his turn.

I listen to Gov. Romney have to apologize because he has been successful.

I listened to a lot of Bob Dylan songs to see how he works. I’ve gotten into writing story-songs.

I look up to Walt Disney and what he has done.

I looked up to Rooney and he had played for Everton when he was 16 and I wanted to do the same.

I loooovvve Dylan O’Brien. He’s so hot.

I love Adam Gemili – he’s the guy kids should aspire to be like.

I love Andrew Weatherall; he’s so real and uncompromising and a sweetheart.

I love Ben Affleck so much. He’s an amazing director.

I love Brody Stevens. He’s one of my favorite stand-ups.

I love Cee Lo, but I avoid him when he’s holding that smelly cat.

I love Chris Brown. He’s a superstar. He’s one of the best singers out there.

I love Daniel Bryan. He’s such a sweetheart.

I love Dickens. I love the way he sets a scene.

I love Drake; he’s amazing.

I love Eric Clapton and what he did with Cream; ‘Spoonful’ and ‘Crossroads,’ those are probably the coolest solos.

I love everything about Benedict Cumberbatch because he’s so intelligent and talented.

I love Frank Sinatra. He is one of my biggest all-time idols.

I love Gino Vannelli! I love every one of his albums. He’s one of my favourite songwriters – straight up.

I love Glen Campbell. He never gets a mention.

I love Harry Styles. He’s one of the nicest people in the entire world.

I love hearing old Bob Marley recordings that he did before he made the versions everybody knows.

I love James Cameron. I love what he does.

I love Jason Bateman. He’s so funny.

I love Jet Li, he’s really special.

I love Karl Rove. He elected Bush.

I love Levon Helm – he’s one of my favorite guys.

I love Mike Pettine. He thinks exactly like I do.

I love Mike Winters. He’s such a great actor.

I love my cobbler, and he fixes my soles and soul for me.

I love my father. I disagreed with him. But he was my father. He was the boss.

I love Nelly. He’s such a great performer. He’s so hyper and so am I.

I love Obama. He’s my favorite president of all time.

I love Sam Mendes. He’s a fantastic director.

I love Tennessee Williams; as a playwright, he’s so poetic.

I love that Bob Dylan asked me to be in the first movie he wrote.

I love Virat Kohli, he has achieved a lot.

I love Woody Harrelson. He’s a fine actor.

I love working with Alec Baldwin. He’s one of the five greatest actors ever to live.

I love working with Alexander Skarsgard. He brings such gravity to a scene.

I love, love, love John Mayer. He’s incredible. I love all of his records and even his John Mayer Trio stuff.

I loved LeBron when he was in Cleveland. Loved him in Miami. And loved him when he went back to Cleveland.

I loved Muggsy Bogues when he was in the league.

I loved working with Mickey Rourke. He’s a wonderful kind of crazy.

I loved ‘Highway.’ It was amazing. I have watched Imtiaz Ali’s other films, too, and he is one of my favourite Bollywood directors, besides Vishal Bhardwaj and Mani Ratnam.

I made four films on John F. Kennedy, filmed when he was running for office, in office, and after his death.

I made the miscalculation of taking Mr. Rubio at his word that he wouldn’t seek re-election if he lost the presidential primary.

I made three films with Boris Karloff. He was absolutely wonderful.

I married up. He’s an intelligent and kind soul.

I mean, Joel talks to the actors more than I do and I probably do production stuff a little more than he does.

I met Bill Clinton; he’s a very nice guy. Yeah, Bill Clinton’s cool.

I met David Croft. He was a man of few words. But he had great charisma.

I met Dylan on ‘Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid.’ We buddied around for quite a while after that. We jammed together; he liked my Mexican songs.

I met Gerald Ford. I met Richard Nixon. I met Jimmy Carter. I met Dwight Eisenhower when he was a general. George Bush senior. I haven’t met Bill Clinton or George W. Bush, although I got a letter from him.

I met Jesse Owens once. He was a remarkable individual, and I have tremendous respect for what he did in the Olympics under the circumstances.

I met John Lennon and he was with his wife in Tokyo. I met him there.

I met Malcolm the month before he was killed. He deeply changed my mind about America.

I met my husband before I became a star, and he doesn’t care about any of it.

I met Ray Charles at 14, and he was 16. But he was like a hundred years older than me.

I met Robin Williams a few times, and he was a beautiful guy.

I met Rodney when I first moved to LA, so I’d say 20 years. He’s the eternal teenager.

I met the surgeon general – he offered me a cigarette.

I met will.i.am in the studio and played him a couple of songs and he liked them. We’re similar but there’s nobody in my lane doing what I’m doing.

I miss my horse. He’s in Los Angeles.

I much prefer being told off by Brendan Rodgers than by my wife. Brendan is more careful than my wife with what he says.

I must admit that I was in total awe of Stewart Granger. He was my idol.

I myself am a great James Dean fan. He had this aura and enigma about him.

I never looked at Gallagher like he was a threat to me.

I opposed Clinton’s budget deal in 1997 because he brought in $115 billion cut in Medicare that created greater pressure for providers not to participate.

I owe my career to J.J. Abrams. He fought for me.

I particular enjoy the crime writer, Walter Ellis Mosley. He does a series of Chandler-esque detective stories.

I play beside one of the unsung heroes in David Vaughan. It’s a privilege to play with him: he is breathtaking at times.

I played at Lancashire when Glen Chapple was 40 to 41 and he was as good as he ever was then.

I played for 20 years for Sir Alex Ferguson, and he could be a scary man.

I played on a lot of Sinatra sessions. He was simply awesome. He liked to laugh, and he could be one of the boys when he wanted. But he was also a very serious performer.

I pretended to be somebody I wanted to be until finally I became that person. Or he became me.

I rallied against Clinton when he was in office. I didn’t vote for him in ’96. I didn’t vote for Gore in 2000.

I ran into Isosceles. He had a great idea for a new triangle!

I rate Morrissey as one of the best lyricists in Britain. For me, he’s up there with Bryan Ferry.

I realize Tiger Woods is Tiger Woods; he’s intimidating.

I really do like seeing Bobby Lashley get the torch and exactly seeing what he can do with it.

I really enjoy Martin Sheen – he is very unexpectedly funny, very quick.

I really liked John Candy in ‘Planes, Trains & Automobiles.’ He was so good in that movie.

I really liked Kishore Kumar. He had a virile man’s voice, and he was truly versatile.

I really love Evel Knievel, what he stood for.

I really love listening to Hozier. He’s great.

I really love Tom Hardy. He makes really interesting choices.

I really reject that kind of comparison that says, Oh, he is the best. This is the second best. There is no such thing.

I recall very early Mel Gibson films where he’s kind of cheeky. I wanted to embody those qualities, definitely.

I recruited my dad to be my bass player and fired him on several occasions. He stayed on as a bus driver.

I remember a Humphrey Bogart movie where he was a reporter, so I wanted to be a reporter, and then he was a parachutist, and I wanted to be a parachutist.

I remember Ron Atkinson used to play in the sessions at Manchester United when he was the manager. Rated himself as a player.

I respect Cristiano Ronaldo. He has had a superb career.

I respect his talents, even as he does mine.

I sacrificed my anonymity for my father, whereas he sacrificed me for his fame.

I saw Jimi Hendrix – it must have been four times. And he was incomparable, and his legend lives on.

I saw John Garfield smoke. He was my idol, so I smoked. I even smoked like him.

I saw The Jeff Beck Group at the Marquee Club in 1967, when he was with Rod Stewart, and holy smokes, they were amazing.

I see a lot of fouls on Messi, and he’s not the type to overreact.

I seem to keep returning to my father in poems because his personality was so extreme, so driven. He did everything to excess.

I shoot, I score. He shoots, I score.

I simply cannot vote for Senator Obama because he’s not pro-life.

I spent a lot of years working for Ralph Lauren, and he had so many copycats, from Tommy Hilfiger to Abercrombie & Fitch to J.Crew.

I started teaching when I was in my 20s because Lee Strasberg asked me to, and he didn’t do that with a lot of people.

I still have never met Harry Saltzman, and was told he is quite unpleasant.

I support the president 100 percent – when he’s right.

I suspect Obama did not know he was recording Angela Merkel’s cell phones.

I taught Drake everything he knows.

I there represent that I sent notice of my method to Mr. Leibnitz before he sent notice of his method to me, and left him to make it appear that he had found his method before the date of my letter.

I think a lot of Bernstein – but not as much as he does.

I think a player should be evaluated for what he does on the playing field.

I think Batman has the Wolverine problem. I think he’s overexposed.

I think Bush’s immigration proposal is treason and he should be impeached.

I think every player should think that he’s a difference maker.

I think every writer wants future generations to read what he has written.

I think he is an entertainer. I would prefer if he were a performer.

I think Peter King… he’s kind of narrow-minded.

I think Ryan Reynolds has a fab physique: he’s not bulky but nicely toned and proportioned.

I think that Peter Mandelson, particularly in relation to the issue of policing, made a huge mess of it. He allowed himself to be manipulated by the securocrats within the British establishment.

I think there is a huge ceiling in Derek Carr. I think he has proven that.

I thought Anurag sir would be strict, and I had certain kind of perception about him, but he was warm and interactive.

I thought he was the greatest thing. Bob Dylan.

I told him he’d have a heart attack a year ago, but unfortunately he lived a year longer.

I told Warren if he mentions Prop. 13 one more time, he has to do 500 push-ups.

I took Bobby Kennedy through the delta and he cried like a baby.

I totally relate to Tom Cruise. He’s not crazy, it’s just the litany of the mid-life crisis.

I trained my son to be a puppeteer since he was a little boy.

I understand Sean Penn. He has every right to look for El Chapo.

I understood the importance of doing an Aaron Sorkin film. He’s a political filmmaker.

I used Coldplay’s mixer, Michael H. Brauer, on ‘Roadsinger’; he’s brilliant. He won a Grammy for their record.

I used to be friends with Miles Davis. He didn’t like many folks. I lived across the street from him.

I used to devour a lot of stand-up comedy in my cousin’s basement. He had cable and I didn’t, so I went there and saw all the comedians.

I used to have nightmares that they would put ‘He played Ted’ on my tombstone.

I used to live in Chris Rock’s former apartment. I’ve got some junk mail for him if he wants it.

I used to play on Phil Spector’s records, and he liked to use three pianists.

I used to sleep with a little Ganesha under my pillow as a child; he was my favourite deity.

I voted for Obama and I was delighted that he’s been elected.

I wanna be one of those special guys. Jimi Hendrix wasn’t afraid of who he was. That’s the part I emulate.

I want to act in a Tarantino movie and be a vixen in one of his films. Maybe I’ll secretly drop an episode of ‘Flesh and Bone’ in his mailbox and see what he thinks.

I want to be Kanye and do what he does musically. I’m very fearless.

I want to be like Robin Williams, really. It’s all the different characters he does, all the different voices.

I wanted to be Ronaldinho. I studied him a lot. He was my hero.

I wanted to be the Dutch Bruce Jenner – that was my goal. He was my hero.

I was 22 years old when I met Robert Johnson. I was there the night he was poisoned.

I was a big admirer of F.D.R. He saved Britain.

I was a fan of Jon Jones. I thought he was great.

I was a huge Beatles fan. The Stones, Dylan. Later on, I got into Stevie Wonder, and Bill Withers – he’s one of my heroes. Al Green, too.

I was a huge fan of Shane Douglas and how he used the microphone during a match.

I was a minister in the Vajpayee government. Atalji wanted to do so many things. But, since he was heading a coalition government, he could not do all those things.

I was a Mitt Romney Republican because he was pro-business.

I was Al Gore’s campaign chairman in 2000, when he won a half-million more votes than George W. Bush but lost the presidency.

I was always a huge fan of E. E. Cummings. He did a series of lectures at Harvard or Princeton, and they were recorded. And they were incredibly moving.

I was appalled and shocked that Bush used the State of the Union to attack same-sex marriages and indicated that he would support a constitutional amendment.

I was Chairman Mao’s dog. What he said to bite, I bit.

I was doing a Broadway musical called ‘Smile’ with Howard Ashman and Marvin Hamlisch in 1984/5 when it abruptly closed. Howard was in the middle of pre-production for ‘The Little Mermaid,’ so he kindly invited all the girls in our cast to audition for the film.

I was even more of a Hagar fan when he was just Hagar and not Van Hagar.

I was honoured to work with Amol Gupte. He is a brilliant person.

I was in love with Michael Keaton. He was very funny.

I was inspired by Cary Grant. I wanted to do the kind of work he did and to work in light-hearted roles, in comedies.

I was just like Jennifer Aniston with Brad Pitt when he fell in love with Angelina Jolie.

I was lucky to be with Johnny… he taught me a lot about fame.

I was my father’s sidekick, in a way. He was a very dominant, forceful character.

I was not up stairs when he came home; no, sir.

I was noticed by a person from a local model agency, and he proposed that I participate in a beauty contest Miss Chelyabinsk.

I was obsessed with David Bowie – still am. He’s a babe, a total babe. His music is killer; his visuals are beautiful.

I was once asked if a big business man ever reached his objective. I replied that if a man ever reached his objective he was not a big business man.

I was raised Catholic, and I knew of Him and certainly what He did, but I never truly experienced knowing Him.

I was reading a lot of Jacques Derrida at the time, writing ‘Beth.’ He actually talked about zombies.

I was slightly starstruck by Justin Bieber! I mean, he is cute!

I was speaking to Ridley Scott the other day and he makes a film every 18 months. He’s amazing really.

I was the token bumpkin. It became, ‘Let’s get that Clark guy. He’s easy to get along with.’

I was told my son was killed in the war on terror. He was killed by George Bush’s war of terror on the world.

I was very conscious of the actor; watched what he did.

I was very struck by the fact that Robin Hood became increasingly taken over by the middle and upper classes. He starts out a bandit but becomes a fully fledged aristocrat.

I was with Ted Turner when he came to see Kofi Annan – the Secretary-General of the UN – to announce his decision to put $1 billion to the service of UN projects and programs.

I was with – he wasn’t the president then, but – Barack Obama, when he was running, in Washington, during Black Congressional Caucus Weekend, and did a panel about global warming with him. It was almost as if I switched careers for a while, and became a political activist.

I wasn’t a washout before, and I’m not a phenomenon now. I’m a player who, when he’s called upon, is almost always there.

I wasn’t sure what to expect when I toured with Danny from The Script, but he is so nice.

I watched Felipe Luis a lot of times. I played against him in Spain. I know he is a very good player.

I watched Romario when I was young, and he was one of my idols.

I watched the entire O.J. Simpson trial, and he was guilty.

I watched Tim Tebow and how he played and how he carried himself and the good that he did for the game on and off the field. I knew that’s what I wanted to do.

I went to a urologist – he told me I could go at any time.

I went to the premiere of The Detective with Sinatra, and perhaps people jumped to conclusions. He was very protective towards me and never came on to me sexually.

I went to watch Pavarotti once. He doesn’t like it when you join in.

I will call out someone if he’s Islamophobic, and I will also call out anti-Semitism. It’s immoral to call out one and not the other.

I wish my father had lived longer. He died when I was 18.

I work for him despite his faults and he lets me work for him despite my deficiencies.

I worked for Sam Peckinpah on quite a bit of action in his films, and he got excited once in a while.

I worked under Francis Schmidt, and he was the biggest influence on my coaching career.

I worked with Paul McCartney, and he was lovely.

I worked with Steven Spielberg on Amistad… he seemed so very secure in himself that he let me do things.

I worship the quicksand he walks in.

I would be absolutely honored if I made Jon Hamm crack, because he is uncrackable.

I would be happy to produce groups, like John Cale – he was in the Velvet Underground, and then he went on to produce these bands.

I would have loved to have worked with Kurt Angle. He would have been a lot of fun to be in the ring with.

I would have to say Sam Cooke is the one I admired most. His artistry and vocal, just the way he did it.

I would love to do an anthology show based on the character of Jesse B. Semple that Langston Hughes wrote about. He’s sort of a Forrest Gump character in the midst of 20th century Harlem.

I would love to fight Brock Lesnar. He’s a massive dude.

I would love to play with Rufus Wainwright. He’s one of my favorite songwriters.

I would love to work with Cameron Crowe; he’s definitely one of my favorite directors.

I would meet Tim Elliott at 135. At heavyweight if he wanted.

I would never go on an intimate date with Charlie Sheen. He is really not my type at all.

I would not have one turntable if my brother didn’t buy the turntable. I was the dreamer; he was the doer.

I would put Harry Kane in with Batistuta. All that is happening to him, he deserves. He is the protagonist of his life, and he deserves all the prize.

I would swipe right for Varun Dhawan, and he knows that!

I wouldn’t say jamie is an evil genius. I’m not sure he’s evil and I’m not sure he’s a genius.

I write all my scripts with Salman in mind. He understands me perfectly on the sets.

Ian Fleming was my cousin, you know. He was in naval intelligence.

Ideas any one can mould as he wishes.

Idris Elba is a grand actor. He’s very larger than life; he’s bigger than life.

If a bullfrog had wings it wouldn’t bump his behind every time he hopped.

If a chairman sacks the manager he initially appointed, he should go as well.

If a comic is himself, there’ll be things he can’t do – because he has to adhere to that persona.

If a farmer fills his barn with grain, he gets mice. If he leaves it empty, he gets actors.

If a guy can bully you, he will bully you.

If a guy is over 25 percent jerk, he’s in trouble. And Henry was 95 percent.

If a guy won’t commit, he’s a player.

If a hermit lives in a state of ecstasy, his lack of comfort becomes the height of comfort. He must relinquish it.

If a man constantly aspires is he not elevated?

If a man could have half of his wishes, he would double his troubles.

If a man has common sense, he has all the sense there is.

If a man knows not what harbor he seeks, any wind is the right wind.

If a man went simply by what he saw, he might be tempted to affirm that the essence of democracy is melodrama.

If a person feels he can’t communicate, the least he can do is shut up about it.

If a person never contradicts himself, it must be that he says nothing.

If a player fails to perform in four or five consecutive matches, he should be dropped irrespective of whether he is a senior or a junior player.

If a player is racially insulted, he should have the right to leave the field.

If a politician found he had cannibals among his constituents, he would promise them missionaries for dinner.

If a steer is more than four or five months old, he’s too big to wrestle.

If a writer doesn’t generate hostility, he is dead.

If all else fails, the character of a man can be recognized by nothing so surely as by a jest which he takes badly.

If Ambassador Grenell is unwilling to refrain from political statements, he should be recalled immediately.

If an Englishman gets run down by a truck he apologizes to the truck.

If any demonstrator ever lays down in front of my car, it’ll be the last car he’ll ever lay down in front of.

If any performer has quality in his voice he can almost always be helped to develop all the other necessary attributes.

If any philosopher had been asked for a definition of infinity, he might have produced some unintelligible rigmarole, but he would certainly not have been able to give a definition that had any meaning at all.

If anybody is a master at improvisation, it would be Ken Jeong. He is hilarious.

If anyone thinks he has no responsibilities, it is because he has not sought them out.

If Attila the Hun were alive today, he’d be a drama critic.

If Botticelli were alive today he’d be working for Vogue.

If Brock Lesnar wants to fight in UFC, Brock Lesnar will fight in UFC. If Brock Lesnar wants to fight in WWE, he will fight in WWE.

If Casey Stengel were alive today, he’d be spinning in his grave.

If Clinton had only attacked terrorism as much as he attacks George Bush we wouldn’t be in this problem.

If Columbus had an advisory committee he would probably still be at the dock.

If God can work through me, he can work through anyone.

If God created the family, He should be the ultimate definer of what it is, and that should be our point of reference.

If God dropped acid, would he see people?

If God exists, what objection can he have to saying so?

If God had wanted me otherwise, He would have created me otherwise.

If God had wanted us to be concerned for the plight of the toads, he would have made them cute and furry.

If God had wanted us to vote, he would have given us candidates.

If God wanted us to fly, He would have given us tickets.

If Hamilton were on Twitter, he would have been a worse oversharer than me.

If he can hit, he can hit. I don’t care if he came from Class Z league.

If he can’t do it with Ferrari, well, he can’t do it.

If he invited you out, he’s got to pay.

If he wants to blow his head off, let him. I don’t give a damn about Jim Bakker.

If he wants to fight, we can fight. I don’t have any problem with him, but we can do it if he wants to.

If he’d been negotiating Obamacare, Lincoln would have made the infamous ‘Cornhusker Kickback’ deal – $100 million in Medicaid funds for Nebraska to secure a Senator’s vote – in a heartbeat, even if the press howled as it did when Barack Obama agreed to it, forcing its cancellation.

If he’s chasing the full restoration of his legacy, he’s chasing something that he really can’t get.

If he’s got golf clubs in his truck or a camper in his driveway, I don’t hire him.

If history is a guide, a victory for Obama means he faces the prospect of a second term dogged by scandal or inertia.

If I had a robot friend, he or she would be electric.

If I had a time machine, I’d visit Marilyn Monroe in her prime or drop in on Galileo as he turned his telescope to the heavens.

If I had to choose a superhero to be, I would pick Superman. He’s everything that I’m not.

If I moved, he moved. If I stopped, he stopped. It was a duel.

If I wrote a Jewish superhero, he’d have awesome time-traveling powers. I’d call him Doctorow.

If it tastes really good, and it’s funky, it’s funkalicous. If the guy making it is funky, he’s funkintacious.

If it wasn’t for Paul Brown, I probably wouldn’t have a job because he basically evolved scouting.

If Jesus were living in our culture, he would probably hang out in coffeehouses.

If Lincoln were alive today, he’d be turning over in his grave.

If man makes himself a worm he must not complain when he is trodden on.

If Milosevic is to be tried, he has to be tried by a proper court, an impartial, properly constituted court which has international respect.

If Moses had been paid newspaper rates for the Ten Commandments, he might have written the Two Thousand Commandments.

If Mourinho loses 4-1, he doesn’t sleep well.

If one has not influence to stem the torrent of popular delusion he is reduced to the melancholy part of a spectator in the midst of the ruin.

If only Al Sharpton were around, Lincoln would have known he was a victim of racism.

If priests were allowed to marry, if this would be an optional thing, and if he could have wife and children, he would certainly have less temptation to satisfy certain sexual impulses with minors.

If Romney were a chair, he’d be a squishy, expensively upholstered easy chair that bore the imprint of whoever last sat on it.

If Shakespeare had to go on an author tour to promote Romeo and Juliet, he never would have written Macbeth.

If Shakespeare were alive today, he’d be doing sitcoms.

If someone says Wes Anderson is an auteur, I’ll believe it 100 percent. Fine. He’s an auteur, but I’m not.

If the Ballon d’Or was fair, Xavi would have won five or six. He deserves all the respect in the world.

If the fool would persist in his folly he would become wise.

If the poet has pursued a moral objective, he has diminished his poetic force.

If the reporter has killed our imagination with his truth, he threatens our life with his lies.

If there be any truer measure of a man than by what he does, it must be by what he gives.

If there is a God, then he was particularly harsh to me.

If there is a supreme being, he’s crazy.

If there really is a god, then he really looks after me.

If they had Mozart today, they couldn’t work with him, although he was a very adaptable man.

If thy brother wrongs thee, remember not so much his wrong-doing, but more than ever that he is thy brother.

If Tiger Woods had played football, he would have been a quarterback.

If Tim Duncan had Knicks on his jersey, he’d be a god.

If Tom Clancy didn’t write any Op-Centers, he would be $60 million less rich.

If Trent Reznor calls and says he needs a drummer for his tour… I’m there.

If Trump was really looking for Mexicans to pay for the wall, he should put in a call to Sinaloa. They’d probably build it for him.

If we all did as Jesus did when he helped the poor, we wouldn’t need the government.

If we had picked Manziel, he’d guarantee our relevance for 10 years.

If Woody Allen were a Muslim, he’d be dead by now.

If you hit a midget on the head with a stick, he turns into 40 gold coins.

If your director knows what he wants on screen, it makes things easier.

Immanuel Kant famously claimed that ‘he who wills the ends wills the means,’ but he never spent much time in Washington.

In 1905 Albert discovered Relativity, in 1906 he invented Rock and Roll.

In 1981, when he ran for governor, I confiscated the needlepoint belts of New Jersey’s Tom Kean. It’s a patrician look that is right for the Vineyard, Nantucket, Darien, Greenwich, Charleston and Savannah.

In 2007, early in the improbable presidential candidacy of Barack Obama, the young first-term senator began a series of foreign-policy speeches that seemed too general to provide a guide to what he might do if elected.

In a democratic country, when a man is accused, he’s accused from a document issued by the public attorney.

In a home where there is an able-bodied husband, he is expected to be the breadwinner.

In a season, every striker has some periods where he doesn’t score.

In Bengaluru, I’m Danish’s sister, and in Mumbai, he’s Kubbra’s brother!

In Europe, a writer is supposed to improve up until he’s about 75.

In every deed of mischief he had a heart to resolve, a head to contrive, and a hand to execute.

In general, while Trump has been a master of Twitter, he has shown an aversion to, and ignorance of, technology itself.

In Gerald Ford, the man he was in public, he was also that man in private.

In his tub-thumping speech at the 2008 Republican National Convention, Romney sounded like the hedge-fund tycoon he is.

In Hollywood, the cameraman lights the star. In Europe, he lights the set.

In honesty, there are probably a lot of stories that can be told with Batman. I like the idea of him growing older and he can’t quite do it as much anymore.

In infamy, it is wisely provided that he who stands highest in the ranks of society has the heaviest load to sustain.

In many ways when Jerry Ford pardoned Nixon, in a certain way, he did speak for the country.

In my novel, ‘First Blood,’ Rambo died. In the films, he lives.

In my opinion, he who invalidates is himself invalid.

In my opinion, Jimmie Johnson should be our most popular guy because he’s won seven championships.

In Oakland, Al Davis was a genius. We had Ron Wolff there, too, and he was a genius. There was no room for me to be a genius.

In order for a man to be truly evil, he must be a woman.

In order for a player to score goals, he needs minutes.

In order to live man must believe in that for which he lives.

In our society a man is known by the company he owns.

In prison, those things withheld from and denied to the prisoner become precisely what he wants most of all.

In relation to a writer, most readers believe in the Double Standard: they may be unfaithful to him as often as they like, but he must never, never be unfaithful to them.

In San Diego, I saw Keith Urban perform, and I’ve seen a lot of acts, and he’s better than anybody I’ve seen.

In speaking, for convenience, of devices and expedients, I did not intend to imply that Shakespeare always deliberately aimed at the effects which he produced.

In the end, that’s what it comes down to with Mitt Romney. He’s running as the non-Barack Obama.

In the morning, Capra would arrive with twenty-or-so pages in which he’d written down all of his ideas. Most were terrible, then all of a sudden there would be one which was astounding.

In the new Georgia, Stalin is no longer Georgian. He’s a Russian emperor.

In the same way he’s fascinated by crosswords, the puzzle of solving the murder is what drives him on.

In this life he laughs longest who laughs last.

In working with Nick Cannon, he’s such a generous guy, a generous actor, and he was very protective.

In ‘A Confession,’ Tolstoy found meaning that he could hold on to, and he lived for another 30 years.

In ‘Billy Madison,’ I worked with Adam before anyone really knew he was Adam Sandler.

In ‘Rocky’ and ‘Paradise Alley,’ my dad played very expressive characters, and he was out there.

Indeed he knows not how to know who knows not also how to un-know.

Indeed, the Roman laws allowed no person to be carried to the wars but he that was in the soldiers’ roll.

Instead of sailing off into the sunset, he hopes to sail into the next century.

Intellectually, Stephen was a towering giant. Bodily, he was as helpless as a newborn. The functions I fulfilled were all maternal rather than marital.

Is Mitt Romney a bully? And the answer is, no… He does not have a vicious bone in his body.

Isco is a genius. He is a natural and a huge talent.

Isn’t it interesting that God appears holy when he’s gracious?

It appears from Mr. Smith’s account that there is no scarcity of buffalo as he penetrated the country.

It involved a lot of trust, but I love Bobby Harlow, and I loved the albums that he made.

It is a long revisionist road up from the bottom for George W. Bush. He is ranked toward the bottom rung of presidents.

It is a most mortifying reflection for a man to consider what he has done, compared to what he might have done.

It is about this very abstract sense of displacement that he feels the moment he turns off the television.

It is an outrage that Donald Trump can swear and scream on national television and no one says boo about how he presents himself.

It is at Easter that Jesus is most human, and like all humans, he fails and is failed. His is not an all-powerful God, it is an all-vulnerable God.

It is better that a guilty man should not be brought to trial than that he should be acquitted.

It is difficult to esteem a man as highly as he would wish.

It is easier for a man to be loyal to his club than to his planet; the bylaws are shorter, and he is personally acquainted with the other members.

It is easier to keep half a dozen lovers guessing than to keep one lover after he has stopped guessing.

It is even harder for the average ape to believe that he has descended from man.

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

It is evident that Qaddafi is mentally unwell. Like Richard III, he has barricaded himself within lies.

It is folly for a man to pray to the gods for that which he has the power to obtain by himself.

It is good a philosopher should remind himself, now and then, that he is a particle pontificating on infinity.

It is hard for the ape to believe he descended from man.

It is incomprehensible that God should exist, and it is incomprehensible that he should not exist.

It is my express wish that in awarding the prizes no consideration be given to the nationality of the candidates, but that the most worthy shall receive the prize, whether he be Scandinavian or not.

It is not a sign of arrogance for the king to rule. That is what he is there for.

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

It is not true that Trump is nobody’s fool. He is the GOP’s.

It is not what he had, or even what he does which expresses the worth of a man, but what he is.

It is one test of a fully developed writer that he reminds us of no one but himself.

It is one thing to show a man that he is in an error, and another to put him in possession of the truth.

It is self-evident that at sixty-five a man has done all that he is fit to do.

It is sobering to consider that when Mozart was my age he had already been dead for a year.

It is the chiefest point of happiness that a man is willing to be what he is.

It is the coward who fawns upon those above him. It is the coward who is insolent whenever he dares be so.

It is the duty of the law-giver to deliver to the many the instructions of whose truth he has persuaded himself.

It is the fool who thinks he cannot be fooled.

It is the heart that makes a man rich. He is rich according to what he is, not according to what he has.

It is the safeguard of the strongest that he lives under a government which is obliged to respect the voice of the weakest.

It is the small owner who offers the only really profitable and reliable material for taxation. He is made for taxation.

It is the test of a novel writer’s art that he conceal his snake-in-the-grass; but the reader may be sure that it is always there.

It is unacceptable to be disrespectful of Congressman Crowley. He’s done some phenomenal, phenomenal work for the Bronx and Queens.

It is universally agreed that Jean Renoir was one of the greatest of all directors, and he was also one of the warmest and most entertaining.

It is unlikely Yanukovich won. If he did, his government made it impossible to determine.

It is well for one to know more than he says.

It is with this as with religion: one usually believes what he has been taught.

It is with trifles, and when he is off guard, that a man best reveals his character.

It really bothers me that Stephen Cannell has died. I had lunch with him about eight months before he died, and… I really liked him. I really did.

It seems that the fiction writer has a revolting attachment to the poor, for even when he writes about the rich, he is more concerned with what they lack than with what they have.

It was a perfect night for a train. The occasional whistle told Louis of all the farewells he had ever known.

It was known in the mid 90s already that Saddam Hussein was a dangerous tyrant that he had already launched aggressions against Iran, he had invaded Kuwait.

It was Nick Willing’s intention to make ‘Hatter’ as sarcastically British funny as he could.

It was only literally hours after the wedding when he felt he didn’t have to keep up the facade.

It was smashing working with Jerry Desmonde, he was a very nice chap.

It was sort of his ‘Brando’ moment – his very ‘method’ moment. He just absorbed it and continued on.

It was traditional to not actually cash the prizes that Erdos did award while he was alive. People usually framed the cheque instead.

It was very painful combing my hair. My grand-uncle was a Pentecostal bishop, and he was very strict: our hair couldn’t be permed or straightened. So I just cut it all off.

It’s almost as if Putin is brilliant, really – he’s outfoxing Obama all the time.

It’s disheartening that people think that Donald Sterling is the outlier and that he’s the exception and not the rule.

It’s hard not to like Asimov; he’s a really likable guy.

It’s hard not to respect Kobe Bryant’s game: He’s one of the all-time greats.

It’s interesting what pops out of an author’s subconscious when he’s not thinking about it.

It’s not about age. If Marcus Rashford is ready for England then he should play.

It’s not what you pay a man, but what he costs you that counts.

It’s official, Arnold said he will enter the race for governor. At least that’s what everybody thinks he said.

It’s so hard to cover Trump. What Trump says, what he feels, what he thinks changes from day to day.

It’s the prerogative of the writer to rewrite the world into one he would like to exist.

It’s what a fellow thinks he knows that hurts him.

I’d have supported Al Gore if he’d have been from Wisconsin.

I’d love to collaborate with Frank Ocean. He’s one of my favorite artists of all time.

I’d love to work with Prince. He’s such an amazing musician.

I’d love to work with Sufjan Stevens. He so gets it. He’s amazing.

I’d rather deal with Tipper than Bush. He’s trying to kill everybody in jail.

I’d seen Titus Welliver in a few shows and felt he had some inner demons in his portrayals, as does Harry Bosch.

I’d sue the bottom off my husband if he dared to put me in one of his films, and he knows that.

I’d work for John Waters again, because he’s so off the wall.

I’ll fight Wladimir Klitschko and knock him out if he comes back; I’ll definitely knock him out.

I’ll never be Bob Dylan. He’s the master.

I’ll watch Ricky Gervais in anything he does. The guy’s hilarious.

I’m a big fan of Wanderlei Silva; he’s a big international idol.

I’m a born-again Christian – if everybody can agree what that means. I believe in Jesus. I believe that He died for my sins.

I’m a conservative. I was an avid supporter of Ronald Reagan; I thought he was fabulous.

I’m a devotee of Stephen Sondheim. I think he’s a genius.

I’m a huge admirer of Keanu. I think he’s absolutely extraordinary.

I’m a huge fan of Big L. He is my favorite rapper.

I’m a huge fan of David Hockney. I love the way he keeps reinventing himself.

I’m a huge LeBron James fan. I love The Heat. He’s an incredible basketball player.

I’m a huge Nagisa Oshima fan. He was one of the most radical Japanese directors to come up in the ’60s.

I’m a sucker for Thought Catalog. Shelby Fero is really funny on Twitter. And Patton Oswalt, he’s sort of like a Twitter throb.

I’m absolutely my dad’s biggest fan, and anything he wanted to do, I wanted to be a part of.

I’m actually a NASA brat. My father was a rocket scientist. He started working at NASA before it was NASA in 1959.

I’m an enormous fan of Ron Howard. I mean, he’s the most extraordinary director.

I’m calling out the enemy. He is Speaker Paul Ryan.

I’m Catholic, he’s Jewish, and it was just easier to elope.

I’m constantly lying to my dog. He only responds to manipulation and blackmail.

I’m friendly with Laurence Luckinbill. He’s a great man.

I’m grateful to Donald Trump’s pro-life views, and I’m grateful that he’s expressed those views so publicly and openly.

I’m Howard Stern with a vocabulary. I’m the man he wishes he could be.

I’m interested in the fact that the less secure a man is, the more likely he is to have extreme prejudice.

I’m not a diva, I’m not an egotistical guy that comes and thinks he’s bigger than anyone.

I’m not a fan of Paul Pogba. Maybe he is a talent, but I don’t see him as any more than that.

I’m not a fan of Secretary Rumsfeld. I don’t think he listens enough to his uniformed officers.

I’m not a Trump fan. I don’t think he should be the nominee.

I’m not calling Mr. DeSantis a racist. I’m simply saying the racists believe he’s a racist.

I’m not comparing myself to Bobby Kennedy by any stretch, but he was opposed by the liberal establishment, too. Eleanor Roosevelt was the biggest opponent to him running.

I’m not enough of one of those public personalities who feels as though he’s been one-dimensionalized. I don’t feel that strongly enough.

I’m not fond of kicking a man when he’s down.

I’m not going to be one of the guys who hangs around if he doesn’t have a road to the title.

I’m not going to criticise Nick Boles because he fought off cancer.

I’m not gonna tell any man what he should do in life.

I’m not one of those people that pretends he doesn’t watch himself.

I’m not sure exactly what Victor told Dr. Goldman, but I don’t think he fully knew what was going on… I think he was really oblivious. I don’t think he knew.

I’m not sure if President Obama is an ideologue or a pragmatist. I am hoping and praying he’s a pragmatist.

I’m not sure Lincoln would fare well if he were a presidential candidate today.

I’m not the kind of guy who hems and haws about how he feels.

I’m obsessed with Marcus Mumford. I’ve got to know him recently; he’s amazing.

I’m one of the biggest Kid Cudi fans of all time. He’s very relatable.

I’m particularly impressed by the creation of the character of Spock, which really was Leonard Nimoy’s singular creation. He used everything he had.

I’m ready for Joseph Parker. The question is, is he ready for me?

I’m really close to Stephen Sommers. He was a really nice man.

I’m someone who says what he thinks.

I’m strictly for Stevenson. I don’t dig the intellectual bit, but I’m telling you, man, he knows the most.

I’m the biggest Chekov fan – there’s something that he does that not many other writers do.

I’m the world’s biggest Bob Seger fan. He’s like my Elvis.

I’m very fortunate. My husband is hugely supportive, and he is very happy getting on with his career.

I’m very grateful for what Mr Capello did for my career. I was really honoured that he put me in as his number one.

I’m very influenced by the work of George Martin and the string arrangements that he did for the Beatles.

I’ve always been a huge John Guare fan. But Edward Albee – he just can’t be beat.

I’ve always been a Jeff Beck fan. Who isn’t? He is in a league of his own.

I’ve always been a Kobe fan; he’s one of my favorite players.

I’ve always been a massive fan of Batman. He didn’t have any powers, so it meant that anyone could be Batman.

I’ve always been a massive fan of John Mayer. I think he’s very talented.

I’ve always been a UFC fan, and I like McGregor and the way he promotes it.

I’ve always had a soft spot for Phil Collins. He’s a great vocalist.

I’ve always idolized Jay-Z He’s one of my favorite persons, even before I knew him personally.

I’ve always liked Dennis Chambers, he’s real flashy.

I’ve always liked Dzeko – he’s a champion.

I’ve always looked up to him, even though he is shorter.

I’ve always thought of Denys Finch Hatton as a combination of Hubbell Gardner from ‘The Way We Were’ and Jeremiah Johnson. He is this ultimate individualist.

I’ve been a fan of Bob Odenkirk since he was on HBO originally with ‘Mr. Show.’

I’ve been a huge fan of Chris Martin forever; it’d be awesome to work with him. He’s really kind, and he’s been really encouraging when we’ve met.

I’ve been an Obama supporter since he announced he was campaigning. I was aware of him as a senator, but I wasn’t as engaged as I probably should’ve been.

I’ve been dating since I was fifteen. I’m exhausted. Where is he?

I’ve been in the ring with the Bronze Bomber, Deontay Wilder. I’ve tasted his power, and he’s tasted mine.

I’ve been riding Valegro since he was four or five years old.

I’ve been saying it all along: please do not demonise Robert Mugabe. I’m not saying the methods he’s using are correct, but he was put under great pressure.

I’ve covered so much Tom Waits. He’s one of my favorite writers. I have a real affinity to how he writes.

I’ve done 44 portraits of Obama because he’s the 44th president.

I’ve done this commercial with Arnold Palmer. He doesn’t play that much anymore, but it’d be fun to have him in the cart.

I’ve got a Fender Concert amp from the ’60s, the one Joe Osborn used. He played his bass through it.

I’ve got one of four known Davy Crocket rifles. It’s fantastic just to know it’s one of the rifles that he actually used. His cousin had it.

I’ve got the brain of a four year old. I’ll bet he was glad to be rid of it.

I’ve had an affinity for Michael Jordan. He’s probably the greatest athlete in my generation.

I’ve hung out with Jay-Z a couple of times, and he was awesome.

I’ve known Chevy Chase for so long, I actually knew him when he was funny!

I’ve never done a box set, and Eddie’s full of it if he says otherwise.

I’ve no idea what Eddie Irvine’s orders are, but he’s following them superlatively well.

I’ve noticed that in the U.S., when the president hits the three-year mark in office, he goes into re-election campaigning.

I’ve played against LaMarcus Aldridge, and he kills me every time.

I’ve raised Michael. I changed his diapers when he was little.

I’ve said this before: myself and Tommy Shelby, he’s the most unlike-me character I have ever played.

I’ve said this: If Jim Leyland had been in my place, he’d have the 2,000 wins and I’d have 1,000. Leyland is the greatest.

I’ve seen Bruno Mars before, he’s amazing.

I’ve talked to Mitt Romney. He’s not going to run for this seat. I would be glad for him if he would.

J. P. Morgan. He was kind of a douche.

Jackson was not a religious man when he came to Lexington.

Jae Crowder, he’s like my big bro.

James Brown hated me until the day he died.

James Cain was saddled with being called the father of hardboiled fiction. Apparently, he didn’t like this saddle.

James Patterson has a way with female characters. He understands women in a way that a lot of male writers don’t.

James Salter has been a fighter pilot, a rogue, and a climber. He counts Robert Redford as a friend.

Jay Jay Okocha. On and off the field he was the captain you looked for.

Jay Wright is class personified. He wins with class, loses with dignity when he does, which is not often.

Jay-Z, he knows precisely who he’s going for – 14-year-old white suburban girls.

Jeff Bodine was saying that when he gets depressed, that he cleans house.

Jefferson owned slaves. He did not believe that all were created equal. He was a racist.

Jeremy Corbyn has proved popular with young voters in part because he has promised an end to austerity.

Jeremy Corbyn makes me angry. He seems vain.

Jermaine Dupri is a b-boy, and he’s dope.

Jerry Bruckheimer says that he makes films that he would want to see, and it seems that that coincides with what a lot of people want to see.

Jerry didn’t know he wanted to get married until he was married.

Jerry Orbach is just phenomenal. He is genius, so present.

Jesse Jackson, when I met him, he had an innocence about him which is still very much a part of him today.

Jesus is the only Savior, but not everybody who is saved by Him is aware that He is the one who is doing the saving.

Jesus is who saved me. He’s what keeps me full and whole.

Jesus was humble when He walked this earth. He had all power, yet used all meekness.

Jim Bakker is an extremely talented preacher, if he would just get it together.

Jim Carrey is a consummate actor and professional. He comes on set, knows his lines and knows his moves.

Jimi… He was the gov’nor and that’s it. He was brilliant, wasn’t he?

Jimmy Carter proposed withdrawing the troops from South Korea. He was stopped by the United States Congress.

Jimmy Carter was unquestionably the most moral president of my lifetime, but he wasn’t much of a president.

Jimmy Garner is a very gracious guy, as he was then and he is still today.

Joaquin Sabina is one of my favorites. He’s like a legend. He’s like our Bob Dylan, or our Bruce Springsteen. He’s one of the most talented writers of our Latin music.

Joe Frazier got hit more than me – and he doesn’t have Parkinson’s.

Joe Paterno was a well-educated man, and he was also a man from a different time.

Joel McHale is so money, he should be printed on money.

John Cena is John Cena – it’s really not a character he is playing.

John Cena is the man here. He’s the Hulk Hogan of our era.

John Kasich is the most popular elected official in Ohio because he got things done.

John McTiernan, the director, is not Ingmar Bergman. He does action-adventure movies.

John Quincy Adams most certainly was a part of the Revolutionary War era. He was a young boy, but he was actively involved.

John Sayles is good. He’s like a good thoroughbred owner – he leaves the trainers alone.

John Williams is, without question, talented. He writes very good scores and very good melodies and all that.

Johnny Depp is one of my favorite actors because he takes chances.

Johnny Depp is so special that he is like a Martian. In fact, that’s what I call him, Martian.

Jon Stewart hires people that he thinks are funny. That’s it. That’s the only requirement.

Jon Tester continues to tell Montanans one thing and then votes the other way when he’s back in Washington D.C.

Jon Tester had a chance to stop sanctuary cities, but he voted with them.

Jonny doesn’t want to do TV interviews because he thinks that he comes across as an idiot.

Jose Aldo, he’s a stud, and I would be honored to be in there to throw down with him.

Jose Mourinho is a big star… he’s cool.

Josh Brolin is an actor that I really, really like; he’s fantastic. I worked with him once; he’s a really great actor.

Joss Whedon, he is really hands-on, and he wants every character to have a life on and off screen.

Jung viewed Freud as a mentor, but he never wanted to be anybody’s disciple.

Junior Blender is a hardcore dancehall head. He’s in Supersonic, which is one of the top soundclash sound-systems in Europe.

Jurgen Klopp does have a winning mentality; he is hungry for titles.

Justin Lin has just been exceptional with what he does with that vehicular action.

Justin Theroux is the ideal team partner to have. He’s a writer. He’s a director.

Justin Timberlake is one of our style icons – he does both formal and casual perfectly.

Kafka is not interested in documenting the manners and mores of any particular place; he is not interested in probing the psyche of individual characters.

Kafka is still unrecognized. He thought he was a comic writer.

Kanye is the weirdest… He is the weirdest person I know other than me. I’ve told him that before.

Karan Malhotra is an amazing director, but he’s strict.

Karl Malden! A dear, dear, dear friend. I loved Karl. He was great.

Karl Marx was in favor of socialist and communist-socialist revolutions, but he had a pretty nuanced view about it.

Ken Holtzman could pitch a game in ninety minutes. Wouldn’t throw a breaking ball. And he had a great breaking ball.

Kendrick Lamar deserves a Grammy. He’s one of the biggest, most influential rappers of my generation.

Kendrick Lamar is a great, great thinker. He’s a tremendous artist.

Kendrick Lamar is not a whack rapper, not at all. Do I think he’s a super-mega-lyricist? Not really.

Kenneth Branagh is one of the funniest directors on the set. You laugh a lot. He’s very skillful.

Kevin Dunn is great at what he does.

Kevin Garnett was a great player, but he wasn’t Kobe Bryant.

Kevin Johnson is the kind of guy that gives guys trouble. He gives a lot of guys trouble. He gave Vitali Klitschko trouble.

Kevin Keegan said if he had a blank sheet of paper, five names would be on it.

Kevin Zeitler, who plays for the Browns, he watches quite a bit of anime.

Kid Cudi has saved lives. He saved my life.

Kids love the Hulk, but they’re not really sure: ‘Is he a monster or is he a hero?’

Kinsey was six foot five, and he had this leader of men quality.

Kirk is a man, and he loves it. He loves women.

Kobayashi was the man. The other competitive eaters, they thought of him as unbeatable… He wasn’t an eater. He was a god.

Kobayashi won’t talk to me. He hates me.

Kobe Bryant has always been my favorite player, and he was drafted No. 13, too, in 1996.

Kobe is amazing. He’s extremely competitive.

Kofi Annan was the U.N. Under-Secretary General for peacekeeping operations. He had the responsibilities in regards to the mounting and operation of peacekeeping missions around the world.

Kunjali Marakkar is one of the first naval commanders of Kerala. He was an expert at his craft.

Kunta Kinte is the closest thing I’ve ever seen… to a superhero. He’s amazing. He’s inspirational.

Kurt Russell is so dreamy. Plus, he’s great to work with, really respectful.

Kurt Warner is not who he is without the city of St. Louis.

Lance Armstrong did a number of things, and he gave himself cancer.

Larry Hagman was a huge star, and he was carrying my stuff for me.

Lars von Trier is a very good storyteller. He’s like an H. C. Andersen for adults.

Lastly, he must remember that he himself hath no exemption from the common lot, but that he is bound by the same laws of mortality, and liable to the same ailments and afflictions with his fellows.

Leave Jesus on the cross. He’s very happy there!

LeBron is LeBron. They’re not going to call offensive fouls on him. He gets to do what he wants.

LeBron James can get a shot off under any and all circumstances and he makes them.

Led Zeppelin would never have reformed if he or Jimmy Page were bald.

Lee Daniels, even though he owes me $2 million, I picked that. I put him in business.

Leo, sadly, has Parkinson’s, but he used to cook all sorts of dazzling things.

Let a fool hold his tongue and he will pass for a sage.

Let each become all that he was created capable of being.

Let one persuade many, and he becomes confirmed and convinced, and cares for no better evidence.

Let the fear of a danger be a spur to prevent it; he that fears not, gives advantage to the danger.

Let the fear of danger be a spur to prevent it; he that fears not, gives advantage to the danger.

Letterman… he got his problems. We don’t get along too well.

Let’s judge a man on what he’s done.

Liam Smith was a resilient fighter. He was tough, has a lot of heart. He thinks before he attacks.

Liberace was one of the biggest stars in America. He was a kind of a phenomenon.

Like De Niro. He’s one of the best character actors we have ever had.

Like Odysseus, the President looked wiser when he was seated.

Likewise the leader of any state has to do the same, he has to enforce Shariah firmly, for he will be held in account later in the afterlife if he fails.

Lil Wayne makes good music. He’s one of the best rappers.

Lincoln had bad press, too. He wasn’t appreciated until after he was gone.

Lincoln is distinguished from every other president, with the exception of Jefferson, in that we can be certain that he wrote every word to which his name is attached.

Lindor is a good player. When I was 20, I wasn’t conditioned like he is.

Lionel Messi is not human. He is from another galaxy.

Listen to John Coltrane. When he plays ‘A Love Supreme,’ that guy is totally into himself.

Liszt was a bit of a rock and roller at heart, but he was a bit of a puritan on his sounds.

Little by little he came to recognize the difference between the spirits that agitated him, one from the enemy and one from God.

Little Richard, he’d say, ‘Oh Dick Dale! You have luscious lips!’

Look at Pusha-T. He makes a certain type of rap music. ‘Daytona’ is that on the highest level.

Lou Reed was a hero because he was an anti-hero.

Louis Armstrong, who learned to be in exquisite dress, came from the bottom, and he’s not a trash can.

Luckily, ‘Petta’ encompasses all the dimensions of Rajini sir’s performances. His main strengths are his charm, style, and the fun that he represents.

Luke Gallows is now entirely focused with WWE, but he built WrestleMerica, which was very much a Southern-based independent.

Lyndon Johnson, as majority leader of the United States Senate, he made the Senate work.

M dad was a boxer, so he had this fierce, physical presence.

Macron talks about values, but he doesn’t recognize the values itself, and therefore, they have no lessons to give to Italy.

Madlib isn’t a beatmaker, he’s a producer.

Maduro distanced himself from democracy. He deconstructed the entire judiciary and blocked parliamentary processes.

Magna Charta is such a fellow, that he will have no sovereign.

Mahesh is a big star, but he doesn’t like to flash his money.

Mahesh is not campaigning for any political party. Nor does he intend to contest any elections or pursue any kind of political ambitions.

Makonnen is a good dude. It’s just good energy when he’s around.

Man acts as though he were the shaper and master of language, while in fact language remains the master of man.

Man became free when he recognized that he was subject to law.

Man cannot be uplifted; he must be seduced into virtue.

Man is a genius when he is dreaming.

Man is but a reed, the most feeble thing in nature, but he is a thinking reed.

Man is imperfect. The reality he creates is always endangered by man.

Man is made by his belief. As he believes, so he is.

Man is most nearly himself when he achieves the seriousness of a child at play.

Man is not man, but a wolf to those he does not know.

Man is not the sum of what he has already, but rather the sum of what he does not yet have, of what he could have.

Man is not what he thinks he is, he is what he hides.

Man is the only creature that refuses to be what he is.

Man is what he believes.

Man is what he reads.

Man knows much more than he understands.

Man makes holy what he believes.

Man only likes to count his troubles, but he does not count his joys.

Man only plays when in the full meaning of the word he is a man, and he is only completely a man when he plays.

Man should be ever better than he seems.

Man was born free, and he is everywhere in chains.

Man, Dick Dale shreds. He’s welcomed to anybody’s bar mitzvah.

Man, it seems to me, is not in history: he is history.

Mandzukic has scored everywhere he has played. He has a lot of personality and plays at international level.

Many a man thinks he is buying pleasure, when he is really selling himself to it.

Many a man thinks he is patient when, in reality, he is indifferent.

Many are the names of God and infinite the forms through which He may be approached.

Mao Zedong was a revolutionary. He made a revolution.

Marines are very good at fighting… And if Gen. Franks wants fighters on the ground and he puts Marines in, he’ll have what he wants.

Mariota is special in a lot of ways. He’s a dynamic dual threat on the field, and he is humble – no-nonsense, full of character – off the field.

Mark Carney is one of the enemies of Brexit. He has opposed it consistently.

Mark Twain is as big as America. He really is.

Martin Landau in ‘Crimes and Misdemeanors’ – he gave me chills.

Martin Lawrence is one of my comedic heroes, and he’s a genius.

Martin Luther King Jr., recognized bias when he saw it, knew what he was talking about.

Martin Scorsese, everything he does, I’ve got to see. And Jack Nicholson, I’ve got to see what he does.

Martin Sheen was extraordinary. He’s a very gifted man.

Marvin Gaye is one of my favorite revolutionaries. He spoke from his heart, his mind. That’s what I want to do.

Marvin Williams is solid, and he can shoot, and he’ll definitely stretch the defense.

Maybe Obama was not even the person he was waiting for.

McCain is significant in the sense that he has no significance at all on any subject.

McGregor is a businessman through and through. He’s obviously a wrestling fan.

McNamara’s plea was that he had no idea that Vietnam had a history of longing for self-determination, a history of resisting foreign invasion.

McQueen is an astonishing film maker. He uses really unusual shots and builds incredible dramatic tension.

McSteamy’s been really good to me. He’s opened a lot of doors.

Me separating from CTE – I’m extremely happy about that because a lot of guys wrote me off, Jeezy included. He really wrote me off.

Meeting Perry Farrel was kind of cool. He’s such an icon, and I was such a fan of Jane’s Addiction.

Mel Blanc has been gone for 30 years, even though he’s still around.

Mel Gibson was lovely. He was on the edge of both scenes that I had with Danny Glover.

Menuhin was playing Bach on a fantastic spiritual level when he was a teenager.

Messi always plays at a sublime level. He’s the best player in history.

Messi gets kicked by everybody, and he gets up and carries on. Doesn’t scream, doesn’t fake injury.

Messi is just an anomaly: he can dribble, he can score, he can pass, he has the vision, he understands the game.

Messi is the best in the world, even when he is defending.

Messi is the best player in the world; he is amazing.

Messi is the same player in Barcelona and Argentina, and it would be the same if he played with Australia.

Messi is unbelievable, but Ronaldo does it on his own. In Madrid, he has to score the goals and create them.

Messi is ‘The Matrix’ – that image when everything slows down, and he can do what he wants.

Messi, even if technically is same or more, he doesn’t have more charisma than Maradona had.

Mesut is a great player and he also works hard off the ball.

Michael Anthony is the Diplomat of Rock N Roll. He is the regular guy.

Michael Cohen is a criminal, and he deserves the max penalty.

Michael Flynn was forced to resign, we are told, because he told a big lie. But what about the little ones?

Michael Grimm never met a tax he didn’t lie to evade.

Michael Jordan was that guy – he was Michael Jordan. So whatever he did, we followed.

Michael was very specific during rehearsals. When he was pleased, he always had this charming grin.

Mickey Mouse is, to me, a symbol of independence. He was a means to an end.

Mike Brown is a big guy; he’s very durable. He’s extremely strong and very well-rounded.

Mike D’Antoni is a great offensive mind. He’s a great coach.

Mike Tyson has been given every penny he has coming.

Miles Davis himself, I discovered him when I was 15, and he rocked my world.

Miles Davis is one who writes songs when he plays.

Mitch Miller knew exactly what he wanted me to sing. He didn’t want me to improvise at all.

Mitt has a ton of consultants, and not one of them thought he needed a credible answer on Bain or taxes?

Mitt Romney has made it clear that he believes that President Obama was born in the U.S.

Mitt Romney turned businesses around in the private sector. He saved the Winter Olympics.

Mitt Romney understands the private sector, he understands how profit is created, and he isn’t embarrassed by it.

Miyazaki is a genius. He is the legend.

Mmm, I love Yoda. I didn’t like Jar Jar Binks though, he was all wrong.

Modern man is probably a more humiliated and depressed creature than he dares to know.

Modi is shielding and encouraging fraud-accused persons such as Gali Janardhan Reddy and Y. S. Jaganmohan Reddy. He is encouraging fraudsters, both directly and indirectly, and thereby helping open floodgates for corruption and frauds.

Mohammed al-Qahtani was not alleged to be a leader of the Sept. 11 plot. He was not trained as a pilot. If he was involved, he was one of the ‘muscle’ hijackers.

Monet was like a conductor. He painted with quite a straight arm and used bold strokes.

Monkeys are superior to men in this: when a monkey looks into a mirror, he sees a monkey.

Morgan Freeman is so class. He’s so cool. He’s so scary.

Most people are blown away by the fact that Beck is Jewish… and Billy Joel. I didn’t know he was Jewish.

Most powerful is he who has himself in his own power.

Mourinho is a fantastic manager, intelligent, clever. He is OK.

Mourinho’s a great coach. He is ambitious and a winner.

Movies were invented for Jimmy Cagney, and he was invented for the movies. A perfect match.

Mr Tony Hopkins says he’s willing to do it if he likes the script.

Mr. Attlee is a very modest man. Indeed he has a lot to be modest about.

Mr. Faber is a huge role model. He’s a UFC Hall of Famer. He’s such a driven person and a champion.

Mr. Gingrich has a number of elements in his record that could be criticized accurately. But to suggest that he was somehow anti-Reagan or to suggest that Reagan was anti-Gingrich is preposterously untrue.

Mr. Hitchcock knew what he was doing.

Mr. Leonardo DiCaprio – he be soo gorgeous, no wonder all the ladies flockin’ to him – He be Gatsby.

Mr. Modi has to take instructions from Nagpur, and whatever Nagpur says, he will do.

Mr. Obama has an ingenious approach to job losses: He describes them as job gains.

Mr. Obama’s choices show how fundamentally unserious he is about deficit reduction and spending restraint.

Mr. Putin presents himself as a czar – and like any czar, he fears revolution above all else.

Mr. Trump fights back. He doesn’t fight back with one retort. He continuously reminds people.

Mr. Trump has said he strongly supports immediate expensing of capital expenditures, which many economists agree would encourage growth.

Mr. Trump is primarily a television personality. As such, he is judged by that standard. This means that a scandal does not call forth a response; it calls forth the desire for a bigger scandal.

Mr. Trump speaks for Mr. Trump, and his tweets speak for themselves. And he’s very clear about what those tweets say.

Mubarak was adept, as were many other U.S.-backed dictators, at playing the sane middle to the ‘lunatics with beards’ he so often used as bogeymen to guarantee the support of foreign allies.

Much is written about the Batman because he is publicly exposed in print. Very little is known personally about his creator, because I haven’t given out that many interviews.

Much of America rooted for Mr. Obama simply because he is black.

Much respect to Eminem – he’s the greatest.

Muller isn’t a number seven, a number nine, nor a number 10. He is everything and in between.

Murdoch paid too much for the Wall Street Journal even when he didn’t have any competition.

Must! Is must a word to be addressed to princes? Little man, little man! Thy father, if he had been alive, durst not have used that word.

Mustard did my first mixtape, and after that, he started DJing.

My all-time hero for Sunderland was Kevin Phillips. He was the one I looked up to.

My athlete idol is Usain Bolt. He’s inhumanly fast!

My biggest superhero of writing is Jorge Luis Borges, the Argentine fabulist. He’s an amazingly perceptive writer, but also willing to make a joke.

My biggest worry is that Obama says he’s going to tax the upper 5 percent by raising their taxes by 20 percent. But among that 5 percent are the corporations that are hiring middle-class Americans.

My boyfriend is Italian and from New Jersey, so naturally he was thrilled to meet Joe Pesci.

My brother had boxes of comic books. He was really the collector.

My brother is a scientist. He’s a professor at MIT. He brought science fiction into my world.

My brother is an artist, and he draws all my tattoos.

My brother Paul’s really kind of obsessive, and he obsesses over things.

My brother sings. My brother is a singer-songwriter. His name is Parker Ainsworth. He changed his last name to his middle name.

My brother’s a blast to direct; he’s one of those great characters who brings so much to every scene he’s in, and we’re pals.

My brother’s got two degrees. He got one for me.

My buddy lost about 100 pounds cycling. He took me on a 31-mile loop. I was hooked.

My cousin Francis and I are in perfect accord – he wants Milan, and so do I.

My dad and I would watch Ray Lewis a lot. His tenacity, and he was everywhere. I wanted that mindset, too.

My dad did every single accent under the sun, and he would read bedtime stories.

My dad has learned all of the songs that I’ve sent him. He put it on his computer, on his jukebox, on his phone.

My dad is literally – and I love him so much – he is my number one fan.

My dad is my biggest influence on me as a musician, even though he’s not a musician.

My dad is my support, and he is the best support that I could ever have.

My dad is the opposite of me. He’s so outgoing and so loud.

My dad left when I was 3 1/2, and he left my mom and I.

My dad likes Stack$ a lot. He’s actually the first guy my dad has liked!

My dad loved comedians, especially George Jessel, and he loved Henny Youngman and Buddy Hackett.

My dad passed on asthma to me. It’s kind of ironic because he outgrew it at 13.

My dad says he likes to bask in my glow.

My dad was a janitor for U.S. Radium Corporation, and he stayed there for 37 years. So he didn’t read.

My dad was a miner, but he was very much an intellectual. He loved to read.

My dad was a single father, and he was a hunter.

My dad was a strict Muslim. He had a lot of rules.

My dad was great. He was very droll, very dry.

My dad was such a bigot. He was a horrible, self-centred person. He was really racist and he’d talk about the Jews and blacks and Catholics even.

My dad wasn’t a gangster, and he wasn’t a criminal, but he sure liked to rub padded shoulders with them.

My dad went at 86. A car killed him. He was crossing the road.

My dad, he can cook, but he can’t cook: it’s sort of like 50/50.

My dad, he’s the rocker.

My daddy had a pocket watch that he wore at all times in court. I gave Greg the watch and showed him how Daddy used to use it.

My dad’s best friends with Mr. T; he’s best friends with Dennis Rodman. He’s not racist.

My dad’s cool. He is socially liberal.

My dog, he’s a great dog.

My editor, Robin Robertson, is one of this country’s finest poets, so I listen to him when he offers advice.

My failures had a lot to do with my fame. I created Evel Knievel, and then he sort of got away from me.

My faith grew strong, and I sent a letter (as I was ordered) to the Rev. Dignitary of the Cathedral of Exeter. I was assured, before I sent it, he would not answer it.

My father Arun Ahuja was an actor, and he did films as a hero.

My father danced a lot. He was called ‘the French Fred Astaire.’

My father did 90-plus films. He was Spartacus!

My father died in ’97. But at least he lived until 93, so he saw my success.

My father died when I was 11. He was a vaudeville comedian. He worked in one movie, ‘Ladies of the Chorus,’ as Marilyn Monroe’s father.

My Father had a profound influence on me. He was a lunatic.

My father has been a part of a few short films I made; he played a small but significant role in ‘Jigarthanda.’

My father is a Jehovah’s Witness, and he raised us under a very strict hand.

My father is from North Carolina, and he got rid of his drawl really fast. He’s very much about speaking correctly, enunciating in certain ways.

My father is Polish, and at 68, he still wears a Speedo to the beach, and he wears regular briefs – so did his father. That was my upbringing.

My father is the opposite of politically correct. He says what he means, and he means what he says.

My father led by example. He wasn’t much of a talker – he walked life.

My father resented that I was paid so much more than he was.

My father used to control the wholesale of many ice-cream items in Middlesbrough. He was central distributor for most of the region.

My father was a dreamy fellow – he read Plato and Socrates and watched Phillies games.

My father was a footballer, and he has inspired me.

My father was a journalist. He used to write for ‘Blitz’ tabloid.

My father was a meat worker. He was a union organizer in the meat workers union.

My father was a motorsports journalist and a motorbike fan. He gave me my motocross bike.

My father was a psychiatrist and a social worker but he was a very talented painter and musician and writer on the side.

My father was a screenwriter, but he was also a novelist.

My father was a socialist, so he would have thought that I shouldn’t be a dame.

My father was a sort of John Wayne Texan who’d worked as a cowboy when he was young. He’d participated in rattlesnake round-ups and swum with copperheads.

My father was a Vietnam vet, and he was Green Beret.

My father was absent and he was a hero to me.

My father was actually a chemist. He got a degree in chemistry from Stanford.

My father was adopted. He grew up in the Italian household.

My father was an academic, an eccentric. He was a lecturer.

My father was an entertainer, and he knew what he was doing.

My father was an outfielder in the Milwaukee system before he hurt his elbow.

My father was grounded, a very meat-and-potatoes man. He was a baker.

My father was in the ad business, and he wanted to be a painter.

My father was not prone to worship, but he worshiped Arthur Sulzberger.

My father was prolific when it came to writing: day-timers, journals. He wrote on pieces of loose-leaf paper that he held on to, and he wrote in spiral notebooks.

My father was raised a union Democrat. He cast his first ballot for a Republican in 1980 for Ronald Reagan.

My father was this huge, influential intellectual in the ’60s and ’70s. He was one of the main players in the cultural discussion in Sweden, the editor of papers.

My father was tough. At least, he thought so, and I guess I have a lot of his traits.

My father was very intense, passionate and over-the-top. He was my hero and my tyrant.

My father went to boarding school in Sydney when he was 14.

My father would have been made a bishop much earlier than he was had it not been for me and my image.

My father would make record after record, and he’d be so surprised at what would sell and what wouldn’t.

My father, Birch Bayh, represented Indiana in the Senate from 1963 to 1981. A progressive, he nonetheless enjoyed many friendships with moderate Republicans and Southern Democrats.

My father, he couldn’t read or write.

My father, unusually for a PoW, talked about his experiences, but he talked about them in a very limited way.

My father-in-law was once Chairman of Military Affairs in the Senate, the latter part of the Wilson Administrations. He knew a lot about and was fond of the Army.

My father’s a diplomat. He speaks Russian.

My father’s a protector. My father’s old-school. He’s a cowboy.

My father’s schooling during the 1930s was heavy with memorization; eight decades later, he is reaping the benefits.

My favorite actor is Steve McQueen, and he did his own stunts.

My favorite artist in the world is Michael Jackson, and he revolutionized the music video aspect of music.

My favorite author is Anton Chekhov, not so much for the plays but for his short stories, and I think he was really my tutor.

My favorite player would probably be Steve Yzerman. He played in Detroit. I really liked the way he played and the way he handled himself.

My favorite playwright is probably Samuel Beckett, and he was always laughing at the abyss.

My favorite writer on ‘The X-Files’ is this guy Darin Morgan. He wrote my favorite episode and the top five favorite episodes that everyone loves.

My favorite-ever version of ‘King Lear’ is the 1971 film by Peter Brooks. He has this enormous fur thing, and it adds enormous gravitas.

My favourite actor is Daniel Day Lewis. He’s the finest actor in Hollywood. I’ve studied his performances.

My fear with Trump was always that he didn’t have great solutions.

My feelings towards Scott Card are pretty mixed. Politically, he and I are pretty far apart.

My first crush was Barry Manilow. He performed on TV and I taped it. When no one was around I’d kiss the screen.

My first memory of King Kong Bundy was on TBS, and he was a member of Legion of Doom.

My footballing idol is Zinedine Zidane; he was an amazing guy on and off the field.

My god-father, Bob Wall, was in a couple of Bruce Lee movies, and he trained Bruce Lee when he came to America.

My grandad, he has his doctorate in psychology.

My grandfather can barely even hear, and Chevy Chase makes a face, and he laughs.

My grandfather criticized me thousands of times, and he gave me a compliment once.

My grandfather is from Peshawar; he was born there.

My grandfather is my biggest fashion critic. He takes a keen interest in the millennial fashion, most of which he disapproves of, but he is a very practical fashion critic.

My grandfather was a Tuskegee Airman. He flew with the 100th Fighter Squadron.

My grandfather was a very strong personality. He certainly ruled his household with an iron fist, even though it was often gloved in velvet!

My grandfather was actually a union organizer at Walt Disney. He was an animator. He used to draw Donald Duck for Walt Disney.

My grandfather was from Aberdare. He was a coal miner who emigrated and then continued mining in Pennsylvania.

My grandfather was not a musician but he was an artist – a painter, a decorative painter.

My grandparents were from Kentucky – I’m related to Daniel Boone. He was my great-great-great uncle.

My gravestone will say, ‘Here Lies Damon Lindelof – Or Does He?’

My guess is that if David Beckham wants Ronaldo’s jersey, he’s going to get it.

My guru said that when he suffers, it brings him closer to God. I have found this, too.

My hero in comic books is Jack Kirby: ‘Spider-Man,’ ‘Fantastic Four,’ ‘Captain America,’ Marvel Comics. He was really the basis for Marvel Comics.

My husband calls me ‘catfish.’ He says I’m all mouth and no brains.

My husband is from Florence. And he has a 15th-century barn that is completely rustic and very ‘Green Acres’-like.

My husband is from Venezuela and he cries when he needs to cry!

My husband is in branding. He brands places – cities, institutions.

My husband is my buddy; he’s my lover. We share lots of things.

My husband says he wants to have the best hay field in Britain. I can’t wait.

My husband thinks he’s compromising if we have one cook instead of three.

My husband’s a director, so he understands what I do.

My ideal is for each to do what he knows and what he can.

My idol was Jack Benny and he was the master of subtlety and timing.

My marriage to David Bailey ended one morning in 1983, while he was away on a photo-shoot.

My maternal grandfather owned a grocery store that also sold kosher meat. He did well.

My mother liked Jim Reeves. I hated his records. He was unbearable.

My mum has recorded all my programmes and not watched one. My dad says he finds it embarrassing.

My neighbor doesn’t want to be loved as much as he wants to be envied.

My neighbor has a circular driveway… he can’t get out.

My No. 1 is Johnny Depp, ever since ‘Cry Baby.’ He had my heart.

My object is to stop the guy with the ball before he gains another inch.

My opinion is that he’s a swindler and you’re a sucker.

My original opinion still stands. I don’t think he should have put it out.

My paternal grandfather was a failed novelist. He stacked boxes of rejected manuscripts in a closet.

My perfect reader doesn’t just read – he or she devours books.

My relationship with George Steinbrenner was great. He was the boss, and I accepted that.

My roots are more in he Beatles, Zeppelin, the whole 60’s side.

My son does a little photography, but he’s not involved the way I was.

My son Gautham usually doesn’t watch my films. But he watched ‘Srimanthudu’ in the theatre.

My son is all into construction vehicles like most boys are, so he’s enthralled with dump trucks and bulldozers.

My son is very trendy and with-it, and he was the one who showed me ‘Gummo.’

My son is wonderful. He is amazing.

My son plays guitar, and he’s been at the Kennedy Center.

My son thinks I’m hilarious, but he’s only 1.

My son writes songs and plays. He sings like an angel.

My son, Todd Fisher- he has been such a wonderful son and brother.

My uncle is a Southern planter. He’s an undertaker in Alabama.

My whole reputation and creative thought as a novelist is really wrapped around Harry Bosch, so he’s near and dear.

My youngest son is a writer. He wrote for ‘The District’ and ‘CSI: NY.’

Nam June Paik’s artworks are highly intellectual, cutting-edge, and sophisticated. But he was also witty, humorous, and self-deprecating.

Neal Stephenson is great. He can write about a white wall for six pages, and it sounds fascinating. I read the whole ‘Baroque Cycle’ and ‘Cryptonomicon.’

Neil Armstrong, when he was out there landing on the moon, I was there first.

Neither Muslims nor anyone else truly worships the true God if they reject Jesus as he really is in the Gospels.

Nero may have understood how to tune his cithern, but he disgraced his imperial office both by slackening and by tightening the strings.

Never get a mime talking. He won’t stop.

Never had he found himself so close to those terrible weapons of feminine artillery.

Never interrupt your opponent when he’s destroying himself.

Nevertheless, it is even harder for the average ape to believe that he has descended from man.

Newman has it all worked out. I get a million. He gets a million two, but that includes $200,000 expenses.

Newt Gingrich is a very intelligent man, if he says so himself.

Newt Gingrich seldom misses a chance to note that he is a historian.

Newt Gingrich wrote a novel, and he’s a short story. Bill Clinton wrote a biography, and he’s a novel.

Nick Foles, if he wasn’t preparing like he was the starter, he wouldn’t have been able to become a Super Bowl MVP.

Nick has said he would divorce me if I got Botox.

Nick is an amazing musician. He’s really focused.

Nico Tinbergen was my doctoral supervisor, and he was a benign, avuncular sort of influence; everybody loved him.

Nixon did not anticipate the extent to which Kissinger, whom he barely knew when he appointed him national-security adviser in 1969, would be envious and high-strung – a maintenance project of the first order.

Nixon knew exactly what he wanted to accomplish in his four interviews with David Frost, quite apart from having his agent Irving Paul Lazar negotiate a terrific deal for him, with cash up front.

Nixon regarded himself as having been cheated by life. He never got my vote.

Nixon was a crook, but he was our crook. He didn’t have the KGB do the Watergate job.

Nixon was kind of a loner, he had a cold personality.

Nixon was no more a saint than he was a great president.

Nixon was so crooked that he needed servants to help him screw his pants on every morning.

No great artist ever sees things as they really are. If he did, he would cease to be an artist.

No hero is mortal till he dies.

No man can lose what he never had.

No man can pass into eternity, for he is already in it.

No man could be equipped for the presidency if he has never been tempted by one of the seven cardinal sins.

No man has a right to do what he pleases, except when he pleases to do right.

No man is ever whipped until he quits in his own mind.

No man is happy; he is at best fortunate.

No man is much good unless he believes in God and obeys His laws.

No Man is richer for having his Estate all in Money, Plate, etc. lying by him, but on the contrary, he is for that reason the poorer.

No man is useless while he has a friend.

No man ruleth safely but he that is willingly ruled.

No man should be in politics unless he would honestly rather not be there.

No man should marry until he has studied anatomy and dissected at least one woman.

No man speaketh, or should speak, of his prince, that which he hath not weighed whether it will consist with that veneration which should be preserved inviolate to him.

No one can be a painter unless he cares for painting above all else.

No one can be saved – in virtue of what he can do. Everyone can be saved – in virtue of what God can do.

No one can ever enter the celestial kingdom unless he is strictly honest.

No one could ad lib like Peter. You would think that it was all scripted, he was so poetic, but it wasn’t.

No one cuts backs like he did. No one knows what a back is anymore.

No one ever gets far unless he accomplishes the impossible at least once a day.

No one ever thought Clint Eastwood was funny, but he was.

No one heard about Bill Clinton on his first trip to New Hampshire. I showed Mike Huckabee around the state years before he ran, and no one knew him then, either.

No one is more insufferable than he who lacks basic courtesy.

No one is so completely disenchanted with the world, or knows it so thoroughly, or is so utterly disgusted with it, that when it begins to smile upon him he does not become partially reconciled to it.

No one knows the Senate better than Joe Biden; he lived there for 35 years.

No one knows what he can do until he tries.

No one loves the man whom he fears.

No one needs to recut ‘He Stopped Loving Her Today.’

No one really forgives unless he has been hurt.

No one rises so high as he who knows not whither he is going.

No one wants to quit when he’s losing and no one wants to quit when he’s winning.

No one wants to stoke coal if he can regulate an oil valve instead.

No one would have crossed the ocean if he could have gotten off the ship in the storm.

No one would have doubted his ability to reign had he never been emperor.

No performer should attempt to bite off red-hot iron unless he has a good set of teeth.

No person was ever honored for what he received. Honor has been the reward for what he gave.

No philosopher understands his predecessors until he has re-thought their thought in his own contemporary terms.

No theory changes what it is a theory about; man remains what he has always been.

No writer must be measured by a word or paragraph. He is to be measured by his work – by the tendency, not of one line, but by the tendency of all.

No, my son’s a songwriter and he does that.

No-one can replace Richard Wright – he was my musical partner and my friend.

No. Maceo played sax, didn’t he, well they used to sit in.

Nobody can be perfect unless he admits his faults, but if he has faults how can he be perfect?

Nobody can replace Mika Singh; he is an amazing artiste and a legend.

Nobody criticizes The Rock. Nobody criticizes Randy Couture when he goes over and did ‘Expendables 3’ or anybody who’s a crossover.

Nobody ever forgets where he buried the hatchet.

Nobody expected Darryl Glenn to win, and he’s won every time.

Nobody got Punk’d and he was still in his season for that show when we were filming. So the kids were very aware that it was filming and that was his show and they were very much on the lookout for that.

Nobody is as good as he thinks he is.

Nobody is more truthful when he’s acting than De Niro.

Nobody talks about Shaq Thompson. I don’t know what he is. He’s like a nickel corner/linebacker.

Nobody was ever meant, To remember or invent, What he did with every cent.

Noel Fielding is a friend of mine and I love what he does.

Noel Gallagher – he’s a legend.

Nolito is not a left winger – he is a central player.

None but a coward dares to boast that he has never known fear.

Not a single person I named hadn’t already been named at least a half-dozen times and wasn’t already on he blacklist.

Not everyone can see the truth, but he can be it.

Not everyone grows to be old, but everyone has been younger than he is now.

Not he who has much is rich, but he who gives much.

Nothing could capture the sound of Dick Dale – he was too loud.

Now I have known Sen. Bill Frist, the Majority Leader of the United States Senate, since he was born.

Now Rubio, I like the way he plays. He’s a very skilled player.

Nowhere so busy a man as he than he, and yet he seemed busier than he was.

Nvidia’s CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang, is an engineer and a chip designer. He cofounded Nvidia and still runs it like a startup.

Obama and the Democrats were so critical of what Bush did, the interrogations, the secret prisons, Guantanamo and all of that, and even the war on terror. Obama won’t use the word. He’s made war on the war on terror.

Obama considers himself above deal-making and back-slapping, political necessities he often delegates to Vice President Joe Biden and other lesser sorts.

Obama does not like the issue of where he was born.

Obama has proved to be particularly adept at using the media to disseminate his administration’s messages, but he is a masterful orator. Bill Clinton, too.

Obama is a statist. He’s an authoritarian. He doesn’t want to govern; he wants to rule.

Obama is not Bill Clinton. I don’t think he’s willing to let conservatives have any victories at all.

Obama kept blacks broke and angry the entire eight years he was in office.

Obama may be brilliant, but he’s not a leader.

Obama must scrutinize and disassemble the post-Sept. 11 imperial presidency, even if he reduces his own power in the process.

Obama used to be a community organizer. He knows how to build communities.

Obama was elected on the shoulders of an incipient movement that he allowed to languish once he became president.

Obama’s an angry guy. He’s got a chip on his shoulder.

Obama’s claim is that he wants to give. The GOP is saying it wants to take.

Obama’s just a puppet – he’s a puppet in a chair.

Obama’s not Jesus. He can’t walk on water.

Obviously, a power player in a criminal organization doesn’t have to persuade anyone. He can just do what he wants.

Obviously, if Woody Allen calls and says he wants you to read a script, of course you read it.

Of course Castro was Cuba’s longest serving president. After all, he was a dictator.

Of course I would like to play with Cristiano Ronaldo – he is a great player.

Of poets I put Virgil first – he was greatest.

Of what shall a man be proud, if he is not proud of his friends?

Oh, I like Roger Moore – he’s cheeky.

Olafur Eliasson is also one of the most visionary artists I’ve ever met. He is from Denmark and Iceland, and his focus is nothing less than the entire universe.

Onassis told me. He begged me to come to the wedding.

Once a person has killed other people on behalf of an ideology, he becomes rather devoted to it.

Once Dwight Eisenhower makes up his mind, he’s full of indecision.

One believes others will do what he will do to himself.

One can only become a philosopher, but not be one. As one believes he is a philosopher, he stops being one.

One cannot prescribe to anyone whether he should follow an ethic of absolute ends or an ethic of responsibility.

One gets the impression that this is how Ernest Hemingway would have written had he gone to Vassar.

One is punished by the very things by which he sins.

One man is as good as another until he has written a book.

One must be a somebody before they can have a enemy. One must be a force before he can be resisted by another force.

One of Brando’s problems is that he can’t have a conversation with anyone.

One of my books, called ‘Moscow Station,’ revealed that a KGB archivist had defected from Russia to the FBI. And I knew that he was safe, and revealing this would not jeopardize him. But nevertheless, the FBI started a leak investigation.

One of my favorite actors is Javier Bardem, he always challenges his previous roles, and basically does the unexpected.

One of my favorite things I read was John Steinbeck’s journals while he was writing ‘East of Eden,’ which was so cool.

One of my favourite actors of all time, although he doesn’t necessarily play villains, is Peter Lorre.

One of my good buddies is Marcel Reece with the Raiders. He’s a big ‘Triple-D’ fan; he’s a big food fan.

One of my good buddies is Steve Hutchinson. He used to play for the Vikings, and he’s also been on ‘Triple-D.’

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

One of the autobiographies I really liked was Bob Dylan’s. It was interesting because he didn’t do it in a linear fashion.

One of the best ones out there was a guy named Howard Cosell. He was the best.

One of the great creative statesmen of our age was Franklin Roosevelt. He was creative precisely because he preferred experiment to ideology.

One of the most notable traits of the Mexican’s character is his willingness to contemplate horror: he is even familiar and complacent in his dealings with it.

One of the rarest things that a man ever does, is to do the best he can.

One of the reasons I chose Tottenham is the way Pochettino thinks and how he plays. I really like that.

One of the reasons my ex-husband and I broke up is that he stopped eating my food.

One of the reasons my name is Rushdie is that my father was an admirer of Ibn Rush’d, the 12th century Arab philosopher known as Averroes in the West. In his time, he was making the non-literalist case for interpreting the Koran.

One secures the gold of the spirit when he finds himself.

One should indeed read Pope with his notes available, in the Twickenham edition possibly, to see what a vast amount he did understand about Homer.

One thing George R. R. Martin does is surprising things to main characters. But he says so himself.

One thing I learned about Jean-Marc is that he’s very good with kids. He’s very nice to the kids, especially.

One thing of the many things that I know about Jesse Jackson, he is persistent.

One travels more usefully when alone, because he reflects more.

One’s happiness depends less on what he knows than on what he feels.

One’s religion is one’s own possession and he has a right to it.

Only he who believes is obedient and only he who is obedient believes.

Only he who desires is amiable and not he who is satiated.

Orson Welles was lazy. He was a late bloomer.

OT Genasis is my L.A. homie; I’ve seen him grind, and he is still making hits.

Our God is a great coach, and he’s got a great playbook.

Pablo Picasso was generous. But he always signed and dedicated his gifts even when he knew that people would sell them because they needed the money.

Painting is self-discovery. Every good artist paints what he is.

Papa died when he was 77.

Pat O’Brien knows nothing. He’s on the Hell express.

Patriot: the person who can holler the loudest without knowing what he is hollering about.

Paul Newman made eight of my favorite movies. He chose a certain kind of movie I really identified with.

Paul Pogba cost Manchester United €105 million. Does he play like this?

Paul Ryan has shown more passion in attacking Trump than he has ever shown in defending Americans.

Paul Ryan says he’s for smaller government, and he’s funded every big government idea that there is.

Paul Ryan was grown in a petri dish in D.C. He is absolutely an open borders guy, through and through.

Paulinho will surprise many people. If he does not fit at Barca, he would at Atletico.

People are so used to seeing John Goodman as a lovable dad or the quirky characters he played in the Coen Brothers films.

People are so used to seeing John Goodman as a loveable dad or the quirky characters he played in the Coen Brothers films.

People don’t give Yachty the credit that he deserves.

People think of the inventor as a screwball, but no one ever asks the inventor what he thinks of other people.

Perhaps the cruelest thing ever said of Hubert Humphrey was that he had the soul of a vice president.

Perhaps the most startling reversal of tradition came in the case of Lefty Grove. He shattered the cruel slanders which have always followed lefthanders.

Personally, I liked Admiral Kelso very much. I believe that he served his country with distinction.

Pessimist: One who, when he has the choice of two evils, chooses both.

Pete Davidson – he’s in the movie ‘Trainwreck.’ He has a small part in it. I told Lorne Michaels about him, said he was really funny.

Pete Docter’s a genius isn’t he?

Pete Townshend used to crash chords and let the guitar feed back. He’s overrated.

Peter remained very quiet and shy, but when he spoke it made sense.

Peter Stanford is a writer on religious and ethical matters. He was for four years editor of the ‘Catholic Herald.’

Peter Weir is remarkable. He can do anything.

Phil Handy played for me in England and has obviously risen to stardom in his area of what he does.

Phil Jackson is a mastermind, and he knows how to keep his team from being complacent.

Phil Neville has been great in terms of the pointers he has given me.

Philip Seymour Hoffman – I just think he’s incredible.

Picasso took scraps of wallpaper, and instead of using paint and a brush, he used all the existing elements which he made his artwork with.

Pitbull has always been great – he represents Latinos.

Poe is the only impeccable writer. He was never mistaken.

Poetry is what Milton saw when he went blind.

Pogba is an incredible player. He has wonderful qualities; he is extremely strong.

Poirot is a classic character from fiction, not a MacBook Air; he would not benefit from updates.

Polanski was very precise. I think he still is.

Politics aside, you look at Barack Obama, he is ripped.

Pooh is able to accomplish what he does because he is simpleminded.

Poor fellow, he suffers from files.

Potentially he could be. He scored the goal four years ago in France against Argentina that was extraordinary.

Prescott Bush was himself a president of the U. S. Golf Association at one time – 1935 – before he became a U.S. senator from the state of Connecticut.

Preserve the President’s options. He may need them.

President Bush has been silent on Schwarzenegger. Of course, he can’t pronounce Schwarzenegger.

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

President Gerald Ford was no intellectual, but he had served with distinction in combat as a naval gunnery officer and then as Congressman for a quarter century.

President Obama has been very clear as he laid out the goal, and the objective is to close Guantanamo.

President Obama has not only failed to uphold several of our nation’s laws, he has vowed to continue to do so in order to enact his unpopular agenda.

President Obama has shown he has the vision to support average consumers and taxpayers.

President Obama instituted the most anti-growth, anti-investment, anti-jobs measures that we have seen in our lifetime. Now he called his agenda ambitious, I call it reckless.

President Trump is not an isolationist and builds closer friendships when he can.

President Trump is President Trump. He is the commander-in-chief. He can roll things out however he wants.

President Trump’s coalition clearly involves creating massive turnout in areas where he’s popular.

President Trump’s threat to weaponize federal funding is not only unconstitutional but emblematic of the cruelty he seeks to impose on our most vulnerable communities.

President-elect Trump says he’s not even sure the Russians did the hacking.

Prince Charles has his foibles, but he is not a crook, not a bully, and not a hypocrite.

Prince got some Marvin Gaye and Jimi Hendrix and Sly in him, also, even Little Richard. He’s a mixture of all those guys and Duke Ellington.

Priyadarshan makes good films because he is a good writer.

Probably the only way Woody Allen and I are similar is that he has a lot to say about Nietzsche.

Profaneness is a brutal vice. He who indulges in it is no gentleman.

Programme names have been changed, and we have Andrew Neil saying he won’t be using long words.

Pronouns really don’t matter in a song – ‘I’ or ‘he’ or ‘she’ or even subscribing a lyric to an inanimate object.

Punisher is scary; he should be scary.

Put a love note in his shaving kit before he leaves on a business trip.

Putin believes Russia is back, and he may be right.

Putin does not lie. When he says something, he means it.

Putin is not a politician. Putin is a KGB agent. And whatever he does is provocations, which KGB is usually involved in.

Putin should prove that he wants to be our friend by declassifying files of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and Lal Bahadur Shastri.

Putin wants to restore the Russian empire. That’s his ambition; he’s stated it many times.

Quentin Tarantino doesn’t beat Hal Ashby, and he’s one of my favorite directors. Quentin is incredible.

Quirky is what a guy would call a girl he doesn’t understand.

R. Kelly is a thing on TV, but nobody knows Robert and what he’s been through.

Raffi Cavoukian was born in Cairo in 1948 and moved with his Armenian parents to Toronto when he was 10.

Rahman sir has a sweet sense of humour. He chuckles a lot and is very friendly.

Rahul Roy is delusional. He wants ‘Aashiqui’ to end with him. When it didn’t end with me, how can it end with him?

Ranveer is a great co-actor. He is extremely reactive and extremely responsive. He is a pleasure to work with.

Rashford’s pace is incredible. You don’t catch him when he breaks away.

Rauner needs to tell Illinoisans what essential health benefits he intends to keep covering in Illinois.

Ravi Teja helps the co-artistes, and he is a very kind person.

Ray Pearson, played for UCLA. He’s a friend of mine.

Read not Milton, for he is dry; nor Shakespeare, for he wrote of common life.

Reagan did not wait out the Soviets; he beat them.

Reagan didn’t socialize with the press. He spent his evenings with Nancy, watching TV with dinner trays. But he knew that to transcend, you can’t condescend.

Reagan refused to demonize his foes. Instead he charmed them, with a few exceptions, including Tip O’Neill, the Democratic Speaker of the House and the embodiment of the liberalism Reagan sought to reverse.

Reagan won because he ran against Jimmy Carter. If he ran unopposed he would have lost.

Reagan’s dead, and he was a lousy President.

Really, Tanahashi belongs in the WWE. He can be the next Roman Reigns.

Recently I saw Kasparov and he looked to me as still young and potent champion.

Regarded zoologically, man is today an almost isolated figure in nature. In his cradle, he was less isolated.

Reince Priebus – if you want to leak something – he’ll be asked to resign very shortly.

Remember, Obama was elected by a bigger margin than George W. Bush. He deserves to have his appointees, and he deserves to have votes on the issues, to have the government function, and to fight for the policies on which he was elected.

Representative Spencer Bachus is one of the only people I know from Alabama. I bet I’m the only socialist he knows.

Republicans should remember that when Trump campaigned, he wasn’t holding up a conservative manifesto at every rally.

Resolve to be thyself: and know that he who finds himself, loses his misery.

Rex Harrison could be a rather mean-spirited man, and he wasn’t regarded very warmly by those who knew him.

Ric Charlesworth is a legendary figure. He is one of the best coaches in the world.

Ric Flair was such a huge part of my childhood and teen years. He’s an icon.

Ricky Gervais, met him a couple times. He wouldn’t remember it.

Rigondeaux is a high-class boxer. He is smart, has speed and skill.

Ringo isn’t the best drummer in the world. He isn’t even the best drummer in the Beatles.

Ripley is married. And he’s not lost. He has his feet on the ground.

Rob is incredibly supportive. When I work he takes care of the kids and vice versa.

Rob Thomas loves nothing more than for couples to go on dates, and he loves chocolates. Boxes of 20 chocolates.

Robert Fisk is my hero. In America, they think he’s a terrorist.

Robert Jordan, whether he’s writing with passion or not, I don’t know.

Robert Rauschenberg was not a giant of American art; he was the giant. No American created so many aesthetic openings for so many artists.

Robert Walker as Bruno was excellent. He had elegance and humor, and the proper fondness for his mother.

Robin Williams learned technique. He has the technique of being funny.

Rocky Marciano had such guts and heart. He was something special.

Roger Ailes, he’s incredible. He’s the one that created ‘The Five’ and came up with the idea for it.

Romney is not funny. When he tries to be, it often comes across as awkward.

Romney says he loves immigration.

Ron Howard is a great filmmaker and also a great storyteller in 60- and 30-minute shows, so why isn’t he going to be a great storyteller in 10-minute pieces?

Ron Howard is the family patriarch. When he gave orders, directions, or suggestions to family members, they were not to be questioned. It was considered wrong to disagree with him.

Ronald Reagan felt very great regret about the deficits to which he contributed on his watch.

Ronald Reagan had many fine qualities and he had many shortcomings. He’s not the simple, folksy figure that he’s often portrayed as.

Ronald Reagan knew who he was. Barack Obama is still working through that equation politically.

Ronald Reagan was a dim hack who did horrible damage to almost everything he touched.

Ronald Reagan was older than I was when he ran for president.

Ronaldinho is another special player, probably amongst the most talented players I have worked with. At Barcelona, he was outstanding.

Ronaldo is an absolutely terrific player. He works very hard for his team; he has the quality.

Rory Bremner I have no problem with; he is a satirist, and a very funny one, too.

Roy Acuff’s from Maynardville, and that’s where a lot of my family’s from. So he’s, I’ve been told, a distant cousin, as well.

Rufus Wainwright is my go-to for any kind of emotion. He’s got songs for all of it.

Rufus? He’s a grand kisser, and he’s dead sexy.

Rush Holt would be a fine senator. He’s an actual physicist, which is neat. He cares very strongly about global warming, which is probably the single most pressing issue of our era.

Russ Feingold is a career politician. He’s addicted to it.

Russell Brand is lovely, even though he’s a weirdo.

Russell Defreitas plotted to commit a terrorist attack that he hoped would rival 9/11.

Ryan Hansen is my favorite person on the planet. He is my discovery. I’m so proud of him.

Sachin Tendulkar definitely is a legend, but I had a crush on Anil Kumble – what a personality he had. I also liked Ajay Jadeja.

Saddam Hussein has been engaged in the development of weapons of mass destruction technology which is a threat to countries in the region and he has made a mockery of the weapons inspection process.

Saddam Hussein was an odious dictator, but he was also a very effective opponent of Iran. He was also a very effective opponent of al-Qaida.

Saddam Hussein was not an Islamist. He’s not a radical jihadist. He’s not a radical Muslim. I mean, he was a – he was a Baathist. He was a secular – even though he professed to be a good and devout Muslim.

Saddam Hussein’s trial would not be public since he could name countries and persons whom he gave money.

Saddam was a bastard, but he was our bastard.

Sadly, my father died before I graduated, so he didn’t see any of the success at all.

Saint Ignatius was a convert and disciple of S. John the Evangelist. He was appointed by S. Peter to succeed Evodius in the see of Antioch, and he continued in his bishopric full forty years.

Salah? He’s a good player.

Salazar’s record is one of weakness; he hasn’t been a good attorney general.

Salman bhai is amazing, and he is one of the greats of our cinema, and I don’t think I should be compared to Salman Khan.

Salman is a motivation himself. He has fire within him.

Sam Jackson is like the Jeezy of Hollywood: He’s for his people.

Samoa Joe is great at kickboxing; he’s super aggressive – he’s tough.

Satan trembles when he sees the weakest saint upon their knees.

Schumacher wouldn’t have let him past voluntarily. Of course he did it voluntarily, but he had to do it.

Scolari is a fantastic coach, a fantastic man, and he is so transparent.

Scorsese is very nice. He’s small; he’s energetic.

Sean ‘P. Diddy’ Combs is a hustler. In fact, he’s what I call an extreme hustler.

Senator Brown and I have different philosophies as represented in our different ratings: I am a conservative, and he is a liberal.

Senator Kerry says he sees two Americas. It makes the whole thing mutual – America sees two John Kerrys.

Senator Martinez is not driven by polls; he is driven by the needs of the state of Florida and its 17 million constituents.

Senator McConnell is by all accounts a decent person. He’s pretty conservative, too.

Shah Rukh has definitely been my inspiration. He is extremely focused in his work and is extremely ambitious.

Shah Rukh is very talented with design, and he is extremely creative.

Shake was a dramatist of note; He lived by writing things to quote.

Shakespeare did not consider himself the legislator of mankind. He faithfully records man’s problems and does not evidently propose to solve them.

Shakespeare is global – of course he can be shared.

Shaq is just a goofy dancer. He’s just silly.

Shawn Kemp was the player that I grew up watching, when he was with the SuperSonics.

Sheik Hilaly is making a good contribution. He is making a good contribution.

Shout-out to my dad – he influenced my style when I was 17.

Sigmund Freud was very much a creature of his time. He did not ‘invent’ the unconscious.

Simon Cowell is tight. That’s why he’s so successful – he’s able to keep his money to himself.

Sinatra is so connected with the persona of the ‘Guys and Dolls’ characters even though he had great conflicts with Frank Loesser personally.

Sinatra was pretty astute – he used the best songwriters around, he used all the resources, he covered every song from the era basically.

Since a politician never believes what he says, he is quite surprised to be taken at his word.

Since God created the world, He also created reality.

Since the time of Homer every European, in what he could say about the Orient, was a racist, an imperialist, and almost totally ethnocentric.

Sir Alex Ferguson already has his place in the history books; he is definitely one of the best coaches ever.

Sir Larry could be very strict and a disciplinarian, too. He had many faces; he wore many hats. But, ultimately, he loved the theater and he loved actors.

Sir Terry Pratchett – he was knighted in 2009, and on him it looked earned rather than entitled – wrote about dragons, wizards, turtles, witches, time-travelling monks, and suitcases with legs.

Skrillex is dope. He plays everything. It’s amazing what he does.

Snoop Dogg is hilarious. T.I. is really funny. Who else? 50 Cent is hilarious. Jay-Z is funny. I’ve met him, but he’s funny in interviews. He was funny when I saw him, too. Ludacris is funny. Everybody is. Rappers are funny, a lot of them.

So I went and visited a doctor and he diagnosed me with reactive arthritis.

So long as man is protected by madness – he functions – and flourishes.

So many different countries have got their version of what Merlin is: the Scottish say he Scottish, the Welsh say he’s Welsh, the French say he’s French.

So my dad raised me, and he’s a huge football fan.

So that he seemed to depart not from life, but from one home to another.

Socrates didn’t care to visit the theater, as a rule, except when the plays of Euripides (which some think, he himself had helped to compose), were performed.

Sodomy is in the Bible, to be read in churches. I wouldn’t rule it out of Mr. Bruce’s act if he cares to comment on it.

Solo artists are generally totally insane. Elton John? Slightly eccentric. George Michael? He’s mad as custard.

Someone like a Bob Marley – he was singing Scripture.

Something like Stephen A. Smith – I love what he does. I’d love to do something like that.

Sometimes it’s important to watch what the president does rather than what he says.

Sometimes Kellen calls me ‘Coach.’ Sometimes he calls me ‘Pops.’

Sometimes the better an actor is, the less he’s noticed.

Speak slowly, Michael. He is an honourable man.

Spielberg knows his craft so well, he can also improvise, and that is a lot of fun.

Spike Lee is a master of tone, so basically, if he wants to do something, he should do it, and Imma listen.

Spike Lee listens a lot. He’s one of the quietest creative people I’ve ever met.

SpongeBob represents idiocy. He is dumb. Patrick is dumb. Mr. Krabs is greedy. Squidward is a snob and vain.

Springsteen – he’s the Lord God.

Stand with anybody that stands right, stand with him while he is right and part with him when he goes wrong.

Steph Curry is special in terms of the kind of competitor he is.

Stephen Merchant looks like a Muppet. I mean, he looks like Beaker.

Stephen’s the great survivor, isn’t he? He just goes on and on.

Steve Aoki is somebody I really love, and he did a remix of ‘Mi Gente,’ too.

Steve Buscemi is hilarious. He’s really, really good with improv.

Steve Jobs changed my life. He also changed the life of every designer.

Steve McQueen is a genius. And I think that word is overused, but I think with Steve it’s rightly used. He’s a genius.

Steve was perfectly aware of the Dynabook. That was one of the reasons he wanted me to come to Apple.

Steven Gerrard – at his peak, he was outstanding both attacking and defensively.

Stevie Ray Vaughan was very intense. Maybe that’s what caught everybody’s attention. As a player, he didn’t do anything amazing.

Sting can call out whoever he wants; he’s a legend in this business.

Stipe’s one of the top guys in the UFC. He wouldn’t be in the UFC if he wasn’t one of the best in the world.

Stravinsky used Mother Goose. He was influenced by Mother Goose, indirectly, but very beautifully.

Stylistically speaking, Barack Obama could hardly be further from Jimmy Carter if he really had been born in Kenya.

Suckle was the first West Indian DJ and he had this fantastic source of music.

Sugar Ray Leonard was as close as anyone came after Ali to being Ali, but he wasn’t Ali.

Sugar Ray Robinson is my favorite boxer of all time. He is a middleweight. I saw him and liked him.

Sure, it is apparent that presidents are looking at polls, but they are also stepping up on issues. President Clinton stepped up on tobacco. He shaped the polls on the tobacco issue.

Surely if God had meant us to do yoga, he would have put our heads behind our knees.

Surely man was not created to be an idle fellow; he was not set in this universal orchard to stand still as a tree.

Swords appear strong, but they’re actually quite weak. Jesus appears weak, but he’s actually quite strong.

Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad belongs to the small Alawite sect and is therefore considered a heretic by many Sunnis; al-Assad runs a secular regime, and therefore he is considered by Sunni militants to be an apostate, and he is inflicting a total war on his Sunni population.

T-Lue is as bright as they come. He’s incredible at making adjustments, holding guys accountable, relating.

Ted Cruz is the Schroedinger’s cat of politicians. He is both eligible and not eligible to be president.

Ted Danson is amazing. He’s incredible.

Ted needs someone to be there 100% of the time. He thinks that’s love. It’s not love – it’s babysitting.

TeeFlii brought an edge to our camp. He’s definitely going to be one of the greats.

Tennessee Williams is an incredible writer for women because, in many ways, his women characters are him. He writes so passionately.

Tennessee Williams knew about the South, but he would clean it up and lie about it.

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