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Benjamin Franklin 1776 Quotes By Mati Klarwein

I like to paint paintings that I haven't seen. — Mati Klarwein

Benjamin Franklin 1776 Quotes By Michael Clarke Duncan

I love acting it's apart of me and I try to put a little bit of myself in each of my roles. — Michael Clarke Duncan

Benjamin Franklin 1776 Quotes By Hubert H. Humphrey

Johnson had a sense of humor, and he could kid with me," he would say. "Johnson didn't enjoy talking with most liberals. He didn't think they had a sense of humor. — Hubert H. Humphrey

Benjamin Franklin 1776 Quotes By Rick Pitino

It's better to have a good player with the basketball in late game situations than to have plays. — Rick Pitino

Benjamin Franklin 1776 Quotes By Ace Frehley

For me it's about the music, and it always has been. Maybe for some other people it's more about money. — Ace Frehley

Benjamin Franklin 1776 Quotes By Marco Rubio

I owe a debt to America that I will never be able to repay. — Marco Rubio

Benjamin Franklin 1776 Quotes By Norman Mailer

In every death is a celebration; in every ecstasy, one little death. — Norman Mailer

Benjamin Franklin 1776 Quotes By John Fairchild

At 'Women's Wear', I always said, 'Get it first - get the bacon.' — John Fairchild

Benjamin Franklin 1776 Quotes By Thomas Campbell

A man who will not leave his room because he does not know how, or is afraid to open the door, is trapped just the same whether or not the door is locked. — Thomas Campbell

Benjamin Franklin 1776 Quotes By Sylvain Reynard

Marriage is the strangest thing. Almost without realizing it, I feel as if our lives and our hearts became knitted together. — Sylvain Reynard

Benjamin Franklin 1776 Quotes By Assata Shakur

The more you understand what you're dealing with, the stronger you get. People see fear as a bad thing. Fear is healthy when you're dealing with Amerika. But when fear controls you, when you're afraid to struggle fear is a bad thing. I'm more afraid of what will happen if I don't struggle, than what will happen if I do — Assata Shakur

Benjamin Franklin 1776 Quotes By Jim Henson

I've always tried to present a positive view of the world in my work. It's so much easier to be negative and cynical and predict doom for the world than it is to try and figure out how to make things better. We have an obligation to do the latter. — Jim Henson

Benjamin Franklin 1776 Quotes By Patricia Highsmith

It was strange to read about the people he knew in New York, Ed and Lorraine, the newt-brained girl who had tried to stow herself away in his cabin the day he sailed from New York. It was strange and not at all attractive. What a dismal life they led, creeping around New York, in and out of subways, standing in some dingy bar on Third Avenue for their entertainment,watching television, or even if they had enough money for a Madison Avenue bar
or a good restaurant now and then, how dull it all was compared to the worst little
trattoria in Venice with its tables of green salads, trays of wonderful cheeses, and
its friendly waiters bringing you the best wine in the world! 'I certainly do envy
you sitting there in Venice in an old palazzo!' Bob wrote. 'Do you take a lot of gondola rides? How are the girls? Are you getting so cultured you won't speak to any of us when you come back? How long are you staying, anyway ? — Patricia Highsmith

Benjamin Franklin 1776 Quotes By Marsha Mason

Neil [Simon] was considered our greatest [living playwright] at the time [of their marriage]. Maybe he still is; I don't know. But anyway, he was hugely successful, and I just kind of got folded into that. And in some ways, he protected me, but in other ways, I wasn't fully able to step out, you know? He didn't want me to go away so much. The work that we did together was great, and I don't regret it, but what I am saying is that I didn't get an opportunity to explore some other areas that were offered to me early on. I took what I might call a U-turn. — Marsha Mason

Benjamin Franklin 1776 Quotes By Frances Beinecke

Mercury is a potent toxin that interferes with the human nervous system. Reducing this hazard will be a major public health breakthrough. — Frances Beinecke