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Mothers Making Sacrifices Quotes By Kevin Smith

When you're a filmmaker you're part of a very expensive art form. — Kevin Smith

Mothers Making Sacrifices Quotes By Robert Englund

I do genre films because I like them or because I need the money. I make a star's salary when I do horror because I can still open a movie in Italy or Spain or Germany. — Robert Englund

Mothers Making Sacrifices Quotes By Anthony Horowitz

Robert Pinkerton used to say that a lie was like a dead coyote. The longer you leave it, the more it smells. — Anthony Horowitz

Mothers Making Sacrifices Quotes By Jon Stewart

Gay people can't be proud of the country and want to defend it too. What's the army afraid is going to happen if gay people are in it. Private, shoot that man! I can't, he's adorable. — Jon Stewart

Mothers Making Sacrifices Quotes By Mark Zuckerberg

It took 10 years to go from building the initial Smartphone to reaching the mass market. BlackBerry came out in 2003 and it didn't get to about a billion units until 2013. So I can't imagine it would be much faster for VR. — Mark Zuckerberg

Mothers Making Sacrifices Quotes By B.B. King

I can't think of anyone I've mistreated. I've always thought that I am my brother's keeper. And I believe there's a 'great spirit' that takes care of all of us. — B.B. King

Mothers Making Sacrifices Quotes By Jurnee Smollett

As an artist, you want to stretch. That's the only way you're going to grow. If I stay inside my comfort zone, do roles that I've done before, then I'm never going to get better as an actress. — Jurnee Smollett

Mothers Making Sacrifices Quotes By Chesty Puller

My definition, the definition that I've always believed in, is that esprit de corps means love for one's own military legion - in my case, the United States Marine Corps. It means more than self-preservation, religion, or patriotism. I've also learned that this loyalty to one's corps travels both ways: up and down. — Chesty Puller