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Readership Of New York Quotes By Oscar Wilde

Fruitcake is like semen, there's a lot of it about but no one wants to swallow it — Oscar Wilde

Readership Of New York Quotes By Jessica Valenti

It used to be, if you wanted to have a strong, influential voice in the feminist movement, you really needed to be part of this New York/D.C. elite group of feminists, or part of a mainstream feminist organization. And now it's kind of an amazing thing that you can just start a blog and put your voice out there and build your readership. — Jessica Valenti

Readership Of New York Quotes By Nicholas Stoller

I like digital because you can shoot for longer. — Nicholas Stoller

Readership Of New York Quotes By Chris Evans

I had no idea there were so many ways you could burn yourself out. — Chris Evans

Readership Of New York Quotes By Buddy Rich

If you have any requests. keep them to yourselves. we don't play requests! — Buddy Rich

Readership Of New York Quotes By Kiefer Sutherland

I just always liked the company. The people who hung around her were amazing storytellers, whether it was actors or crew. They were just exciting people. And I knew that they were different when I would go see a friend or stay at someone else's house. It just wasn't as cool. So I always loved the theater, and that's where I started: at a theater up in Canada. — Kiefer Sutherland

Readership Of New York Quotes By Ikechukwu Joseph

You cannot win your future if you cannot forgive your past — Ikechukwu Joseph

Readership Of New York Quotes By Sarah Waters

No-one speaks. No-one moves ( ... ). We glide, softly, in silence, into our dark and separate hells — Sarah Waters

Readership Of New York Quotes By Henry David Thoreau

The Universal Soul, as it is called, has an interest in the stacking of hay, the foddering of cattle, and the draining of peat-meadows. — Henry David Thoreau

Readership Of New York Quotes By Rob James-Collier

I would like to do theatre because it scares me, and I think you should do things that scare you. — Rob James-Collier

Readership Of New York Quotes By Frederick Schiller Faust

Crowds of men are like crowds of sheep. Not the best, but the first leader is usually followed. — Frederick Schiller Faust

Readership Of New York Quotes By Todd Stocker

Knowledge isn't life changing. The application of knowledge is. — Todd Stocker

Readership Of New York Quotes By Paul Watzlawick

It is difficult to imagine how any behavior in the presence of another person can avoid being a communication of one's own view of the nature of one's relationship with that person and how it can fail to influence that person. — Paul Watzlawick

Readership Of New York Quotes By Amy Plum

I find myself wishing that I could work that magic for her. That I could bring the smile back to her face. But I slap at those thoughts as if they were mosquitoes. What am I doing, caring so much about my best friend's love? I deny my feelings for her because they shouldn't exist. — Amy Plum

Readership Of New York Quotes By Charlie LeDuff

That ideal had become as ossified as the statue of Benjamin Franklin up there. From New York to Los Angeles, American newspapers were yellow and stale before they even came off the press. Dog-beaten by a dwindling readership, financial losses and partisan attacks, editors had stripped them of their personality in an attempt to offend no one. And so there was no more reason to read them. Safety before Truth. Grammar over Guts. Winners before Losers. My eyes traveled down from Franklin to the iron sconces above the entrance. — Charlie LeDuff

Readership Of New York Quotes By Paul Gauguin

Beware of luxury! Beware of acquiring the taste and need for it, under the pretext of providing for the morrow ... — Paul Gauguin

Readership Of New York Quotes By John Barth

One of the things I miss about teaching is that students would tell me what I ought to read. One of my students, back in the 1960s, put me onto Borges, and I remember another mentioning Flann O'Brien's At Swim Two-Birds in the same way. — John Barth