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I had 45 Avril Lavigne posters. Those were my first posters.
– Daniela Bobadilla
Remember, the Boston bombers were Chechen rebels.
– Mike McCaul
I went to Israel when the missiles were falling there.
– David Dinkins
If it were up to the executives, they probably wouldn’t have directors at all.
– Gus Van Sant
We were these arty punks from Hollywood. I considered myself an intellectual.
If I weren’t a film maker, I’d probably be a handyman.
– Marshall Brickman
We were the Spice Boys.
– George Harrison
My total winnings after 14 appearances were $129,000.
– Charles Van Doren
We were eyeball-to-eyeball and the other fellow just blinked.
– Dean Rusk
My family were from Jamaica.
– Diane Abbott
I wasn’t a child at 13, were you?
– Marion Zimmer Bradley
Cars, furs, and gems were not my weaknesses.
– Gene Tierney
My parents were immigrants and janitors.
– Martin Shkreli
My ancestors were fighters, something I have inherited.
– Eric Cantona
My heroes were all in the theatre.
– Damian Lewis
The movies were custard compared to politics.
– Nancy Reagan
Our parents were musicians.
– Caroline Corr
There were no PCs when I started programming on computers.
– Dave Winer
My parents were incredibly inclusive.
There were no dead bodies in Watergate.
– Monica Crowley
I paint as if I were Rothschild.
– Paul Cezanne
What differences were there between Maradona and Platini?
– Michel Patini
If I weren’t a writer, I’d be a psychiatrist.
– Lisa Unger
In the Sixties, conglomerates were all the rage.
– Jim Pattison
We have the same soul at 60 that we had at 40, and the same soul at 25 that we had when we were 5.
– Marianne Williamson
Really, the ’70s and ’80s were a blur.
– Manolo Blahnik
I joined the 800th MP Brigade when they were already deployed.
– Janis Karpinski
During one of my early seminars, there were a bunch of seminar junkies there.
– Leonard Orr
Practices were tough.
– Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Theatres are built because they were the boards for entertainment.
– Robert Plant