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No Junk Mail Quotes By Philip K. Dick

There was a beauty in the trash of the alleys which I had never noticed before; my vision seemed sharpened, rather than impaired. As I walked along it seemed to me that the flattened beer cans and papers and weeds and junk mail had been arranged by the wind into patterns; these patterns, when I scrutinized them, lay distributed so as to comprise a visual language. — Philip K. Dick

No Junk Mail Quotes By Robin S. Sharma

Stop picking up the phone every time it rings, stop wasting time reading junk mail, stop eating out three times a week, give up your golf-club membership and spend more time with your kids, spend a day a week without your watch, watch the sun rise every few days, sell your cellular phone and dump the pager. — Robin S. Sharma

No Junk Mail Quotes By Jon Ronson

Then I get worried that if anyone is really paying attention to Happy's predilections, they might become wary of his wholesale compassion and suspect him of being an imaginary character, created by a journalist, to trick businesses into inadvertently revealing their data-trafficking practices. So I untick tigers. — Jon Ronson

No Junk Mail Quotes By Daniel Handler

Love can smack you like a seagull, and pour all over your feet like junk mail. — Daniel Handler

No Junk Mail Quotes By John Hockenberry

An object imbued with intent - it has power, it's treasure, we're drawn to it. An object devoid of intent - it's random, it's imitative, it repels us. It's like a piece of junk mail to be thrown away. — John Hockenberry

No Junk Mail Quotes By Joe Bob Briggs

Discourse is fleeting, but junk mail is forever. — Joe Bob Briggs

No Junk Mail Quotes By Neil Leckman

I've always been afraid that if I played Sim City I'd just get virtual junk mail for occupant/resident since it is so much like real life!!! It would suck to be invisible in two worlds at once, as always that gives me an interesting story idea.
Have to run someone, no doubt a solicitor, is at my door ... — Neil Leckman

No Junk Mail Quotes By Adrian Tomine

I used to live in Chris Rock's former apartment. I've got some junk mail for him if he wants it. — Adrian Tomine

No Junk Mail Quotes By Chris Abani

If I don't get at least one e-mail every ten minutes, I feel unloved. Even junk mail makes me feel seen. Sad, I know. Sigh. — Chris Abani

No Junk Mail Quotes By Andrew Sturm

Love's a funny thing, especially with a man who gets paid to put junk in other people's slots. (The Mail Man) — Andrew Sturm

No Junk Mail Quotes By Jon Ronson

It is slightly chilling to realize there are rational, functional people up there employed to spot, nurture, and exploit those down here among us who are irrational and can barely cope. If you want to know how stupid you're perceived to be by the people up there, count the unsolicited junk mail you receive. If you get a lot, you're perceived to be alluringly stupid. — Jon Ronson

No Junk Mail Quotes By Harry Reid

Seniors love getting junk mail. It's sometimes their only way of communicating or feeling like they're part of the real world. — Harry Reid

No Junk Mail Quotes By Esther K. Smith

around. You can use the three-hole or five-hole stitch, or make up your own version. Some artists I know have worked with take-out menus, junk mail, fliers left on their car windshield wipers - it is fun to take ephemeral materials — Esther K. Smith

No Junk Mail Quotes By Hamdi Ulukaya

What happened was I saw this ad for a yogurt plant for sale. It was in my junk mail pile, and I threw it into the garbage can. And then about half an hour later, with the dirt on it, I picked it up from the garbage can, and I called out of curiosity. — Hamdi Ulukaya

No Junk Mail Quotes By Kevin Mitnick

I use Spam Arrest because of the amount of junk mail I get. Any legitimate person who wants to send me a message has to jump through hoops before they can be added to my opt-in list. — Kevin Mitnick

No Junk Mail Quotes By Renee Fleming

One of my timesaving habits is to save all of my magazines and junk mail for airplane trips. I walk on the plane with a very heavy bundle, but by the time the trip is over, it can all be thrown away. — Renee Fleming

No Junk Mail Quotes By Karen Hughes

Frankly, the people probably most interested in having computer lists on disk are junk mail vendors and solicitors. — Karen Hughes

No Junk Mail Quotes By Tracy Kidder

Obviously, computers have made differences. They have fostered the development of spaceships- as well as a great increase in junk mail. — Tracy Kidder

No Junk Mail Quotes By Andy Rooney

Have you noticed that they put advertisements in with your bills now? Like bills aren't distasteful enough, they have to stuff junk mail in there with them. I get back at them. I put garbage in with my check when I mail it in. Coffee grinds, banana peels ... I write, "Could you throw this away for me?" — Andy Rooney

No Junk Mail Quotes By Max Lucado

Imagine considering every moment as a potential time of communion with God. By the time your life is over, you will have spent six months at stoplights, eight months opening junk mail, a year and a half looking for lost stuff (double that number in my case), and a whopping five years standing in various lines.7Why don't you give these moments to God? By giving God your whispering thoughts, the common becomes uncommon. Simple phrases such as "Thank you, Father," "Be sovereign in this hour, O Lord," "You are my resting place, Jesus" can turn a commute into a pilgrimage. You needn't leave your office or kneel in your kitchen. Just pray where you are. Let the kitchen become a cathedral or the classroom a chapel. Give God your whispering thoughts. — Max Lucado

No Junk Mail Quotes By Kristen Painter

You try to steal either of our souls and I will shred you like junk mail. — Kristen Painter

No Junk Mail Quotes By Melina Marchetta

I want to be sitting in front of my computer, where you can press a button to block out your junk mail.
These two are my junk mail. — Melina Marchetta

No Junk Mail Quotes By Steve Buscemi

My favorite review described me as the cinematic equivalent of junk mail. I don't know what that means, but it sounds like a dig. — Steve Buscemi

No Junk Mail Quotes By Patricia Marx

Christmas cards ... are technically only junk mail from people you know. — Patricia Marx

No Junk Mail Quotes By Bernard Williams

Unsolicited advice is the junk mail of life. — Bernard Williams

No Junk Mail Quotes By Matt Cutts

SEO is not synonymous to JUNK E-MAIL. — Matt Cutts

No Junk Mail Quotes By Sarah Jio

It's just old black-and-whites,' she had said, flicking her wrist in the way one might dismiss a pile of junk mail. 'Relatives nobody remembers.' 'No,' I said, running to the box. 'Don't throw them out. I'll keep them.' I may not have known the names of the majority of the ancestors pictured inside, but it felt like a betrayal to send their memories to the landfill. I couldn't bear the thought. — Sarah Jio

No Junk Mail Quotes By Joseph Fink

The mail was junk: a couple of furniture catalogs, a credit card offer, a dead mouse, and a flyer with coupons for 50 percent off the moon. The faceless old woman who secretly lives in her home had censored the credit card offer, using charcoal to blot out entire lines and amounts. Diane looked through the coupons, considering what a great deal it would be if anyone actually wanted the moon. It's a hideous rock, Diane thought. You couldn't pay me to take it. — Joseph Fink

No Junk Mail Quotes By Robert Fulghum

But it does no good
solves nothing
to distance myself from the front lines of human need by using the mail as a safe shelter. I believe that serving the best ends of humanity means getting out in the middle of it just as it is, not staying home writing checks and thinking hopeful thoughts. The world does not need tourists who ride by in a bus clucking their tongues. The world as it is needs those who will love it enough to change it, with what they have, where they are. And you're damned right that's idealistic. No apology. When idealism goes into the trash as junk mail, we're finished. — Robert Fulghum