„I get madder and madder on giving back what I feel.“

Letzte Aktualisierung 21. September 2021. Geschichte
Claude Monet Foto
Claude Monet15
französischer Maler des Impressionismus 1840 - 1926

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„I got madder and madder as we drove along, and just as we drove by the Chelsea Hotel I did something. I've never done anything to hurt anyone, and yet I was so furious that I pressed the button and rolled down the window screen - the glass plate between the front and back seats - and I told the chauffeur that the man in the back was molesting me; he was a junkie! I was so horrified by what I'd said, so flipped out by that, that I jumped out of the car into the path of the oncoming traffic, certain that my head would be crushed.“

—  Edie Sedgwick Socialite, actress, model 1943 - 1971

Edie describing a low point in her relationship with Bob Neuwirth
Edie : American Girl (1982)
Kontext: It was really sad - Bobby's and my affair. The only true, passionate, and lasting love scene, and I practically ended up in the psychopathic ward. I had really learned about sex from him, making love, loving, giving. It just completely blew my mind - it drove me a little insane. I was like a sex slave to this man. I could make love for forty-eight hours, forty-eight hours, without getting tired. But the minute he left me alone, I felt so empty and lost that I would start popping pills. He had more or less quit using drugs... When I first knew him, a friend of his used to come up with him to my apartment and they'd do a number in the bathroom. This guy eventually died of a heroin overdose, and Bobby left drugs alone after that. But if I wasn't practically in the act of lovemaking, I would be thinking of how to get hold of drugs. I really loved this man.... What happened was that Bobby said, "Let's go to a party. They're making an underground movie," and he said that I, the Warhol heiress, queen, star, socialite, blah, should be there. Bobby really wanted to go. I had a bad scene with him. I pulled out a knife and I wasn't going to let him out the door until he made love to me. I always get really dreadful. But we finally went. I went through it all. I was furious - this after about two years of our continuing relationship. Finally I said, "Now I'm going to leave this party. I'm fed up." He said that was all right: he'd met all the people he wanted to meet, and he'd watched the film begin shot. So we got into my limousine and he said, "Where would you like to eat?" I thought I was going to explode. Where would I like to eat? I screeched at him, "Why the hell can't you make up your own mind where we're going to eat? Why do I have to make all the decisions?" I was just livid, out of hand. I got madder and madder as we drove along, and just as we drove by the Chelsea Hotel I did something. I've never done anything to hurt anyone, and yet I was so furious that I pressed the button and rolled down the window screen - the glass plate between the front and back seats - and I told the chauffeur that the man in the back was molesting me; he was a junkie! I was so horrified by what I'd said, so flipped out by that, that I jumped out of the car into the path of the oncoming traffic, certain that my head would be crushed. All that happened was the I got bruised, badly bruised, but no broken bones. I mean, I was conscious, not destroyed at all. But I'd done such a terrible thing! I couldn't reconcile that. I had been about to explode. The hotel people came out, and they and Bobby carried me in. I had to pretend I was unconscious because I couldn't comprehend the fact that I had tried to get him busted, to hurt him seriously. He was the only person I had ever gotten violent about. I take out whatever violence comes into my system much more heavily on myself than on anyone else. But that was a pretty tight squeeze. I really craved making love to him.

David Wright Foto

„I think I still have something to give. There is still that passion, that fire in me that says, ‘Let’s feel sorry for yourself for a day or so and let’s get back at it. Let’s get back on the horse.“

—  David Wright American baseball player 1982

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quoted by the New York Post http://nypost.com/2017/09/07/david-wright-is-certain-about-what-hell-be-doing-next-season/

Burkard Schliessmann Foto
Sylvia Plath Foto

„I have never found anybody who could stand to accept the daily demonstrative love I feel in me, and give back as good as I give.“

—  Sylvia Plath American poet, novelist and short story writer 1932 - 1963

Quelle: The Journals of Sylvia Plath

„Geraldine: At least give me back my clothes. I feel naked without them.“

—  Joe Orton English playwright and author 1933 - 1967

What the Butler Saw (1969), Act I

Ruth Ozeki Foto
Oprah Winfrey Foto

„What I know for sure is that what you give comes back to you.“

—  Oprah Winfrey American businesswoman, talk show host, actress, producer, and philanthropist 1954

Rudolf Nureyev Foto

„I think dancers are paid not for what they do, but for the fear they feel. What you do is probably not that difficult: you just get on stage. It is, however, fear that gives you the push.“

—  Rudolf Nureyev Soviet ballet dancer and choreographer 1938 - 1993

Quelle: Gervaso, Roberto. La mosca al naso, Rizzoli Editore (1980)

Barbara Kingsolver Foto

„Be careful what you give children, for sooner or later you are sure to get it back.“

—  Barbara Kingsolver, buch High Tide in Tucson

Quelle: High Tide in Tucson

Randy Pausch Foto
Karen Marie Moning Foto
Marvin Gaye Foto

„I've been really tryin, baby
Tryin to hold back these feelings for so long
And if you feel, like I feel baby
Come on, oh come on,
Let's get it on.“

—  Marvin Gaye American singer-songwriter and musician 1939 - 1984

Let's Get It On, co-written with Ed Townsend
Song lyrics, Let's Get It On (1973)

Meg Cabot Foto
Jeff Buckley Foto
Odeya Rush Foto
Michael Dell Foto

„What would I do [with Apple]? I'd shut it down and give the money back to the shareholders.“

—  Michael Dell Businessman, CEO 1965

Dell: Apple should close shop http://cnet.com/news/dell-apple-should-close-shop in CNET (6 October 1997)

Roberto Clemente Foto

„During the winter I feel real bad. I lost 18 pounds but I’ve picked my weight back up a little since then. I don’t feel too strong and sometimes when I run I get short of breath. Sometime I feel good and sometime I don’t feel like playing ball at all.“

—  Roberto Clemente Puerto Rican baseball player 1934 - 1972

As quoted and paraphrased in "Clemente 'Sick,' That's Bad News to NL Hurlers" https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/62573816/ by Lou Prato (AP), in The Warren Times Mirror (Tuesday, June 5, 1962), p. 12
Baseball-related, <big><big>1960s</big></big>, <big>1962</big>
Kontext: “I sick, I have nervous stomach. I can hardly eat. I’m taking lot of vitamins and I’m getting stronger. But I still sick.” [... ] Clemente said he’s been bothered by stomach trouble since last August. "During the winter I feel real bad. I lost 18 pounds but I’ve picked my weight back up a little since then. I don’t feel too strong and sometimes when I run I get short of breath. Sometime I feel good and sometime I don’t feel like playing ball at all.” [... ] “If I get a little stronger, I hit with more power and I help the club more.”

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