„I really enjoy it -- it's like a videogame on wheels. The GPS touch screen is one of the most entertaining things I've ever seen in a car. I still have a Range Rover that I don't drive much anymore, because I started feeling bad about it.“
„It's the religious aspects in which I feel most at home, in a way. No, I don't really feel at home in India anymore. I'm not physically comfortable in India most of the time-I like Chicago, I like snow. It's an irony that I should be an Indologist because I don't like hot climates. I don't like crowds. There are too many things about India that don't suit my physical makeup. And also, I hardly ever go to Bengal, so I don't have a language[ to speak. So I go as a visitor. I visit friends. To some extent, ironically, I'm more at home in India now because there are fabulous hotels with good food and people speaking English, it's like being in New York, but if I go to a village I can't talk to people. I don't know if I ever really was at home in India, but I love being there.“
— Wendy Doniger American Indologist 1940
About her comfort level staying in India.
„To be absolutely honest, what I feel really bad about is that I don't feel worse. There's the ineffectual liberal's problem in a nutshell.“
— Michael Frayn British writer 1933
The Observer, August 8, 1965.
„Health care, yesterday was one of the more incredible things I have ever seen, this health care speech with the doctors behind him. I don't think I've ever seen anything quite like it. I don't understand how the rest of the nation doesn't see this. Or how they don't understand our nation, as we know it, is in peril. Today is the first day that I actually feel like Paul Revere. The British are coming. The British are coming.“
— Glenn Beck U.S. talk radio and television host 1964
„Acting requires so much delving into yourself and exposing yourself, so it's sensible to be wondering, Do I still want to be doing this? But I enjoy the work, and everything is so solid at home. I don't care if they say I've had buttock implants. Or not. I don't care. Go ahead! That's the nice thing about getting to the age I am. I could have said I didn't care before -- but secretly I did. And now I really don't.“
— Kate Beckinsale English actress 1973
Allure magazine, March 2008.
„Another thing. This idea of "I'm offended". Well I've got news for you. I'm offended by a lot of things too. Where do I send my list? Life is offensive. You know what I mean? Just get in touch with your outer adult. And grow up. And move on. Reasonable people don't write letters because... A: They have lives and B, they understand it's just TV. C: If they see something they don't like, something they do like might be on later. I've seen many comics I've hated. I've seen many shows that have offended me. I've never written a letter. I just go about my life.“
— Bill Hicks American comedian 1961 - 1994
„I've made I don't know how many pictures. Forty, I guess. I've seen only about a half dozen of them. We made Reflections in a Golden Eye in Rome last spring. I really enjoyed working with Liz and Brando and that great director, John Huston. But the kind of picture I enjoy seeing is something like The Parent Trap. That was a charming thing with Hayley Mills playing my twin daughters. I saw that four times. I even took my wife's parents to see it. I like it so much I forgot I was in it, as a matter of fact.“
— Brian Keith actor 1921 - 1997
Keith (1968) PhotoplayMagazine.com Brian Keith on starring in his own movies
„I don't worry too much about the choices I've made. When my days are over I'll have to answer for everything I've done. I don't grieve in any way about bad consequences for things I've done in my life.
:—in 1999 before he was inducted in the Hall of Fame.“
— Lawrence Taylor All-American college football player, professional football player, linebacker, Pro Football Hall of Fame member 1959
— Darren Hayes Australian singer-songwriter 1972
„I've learned never to say never. You just don't know. But I've reached an age when you start taking it easier. But I enjoy singing. I still sing – at home.“
— Anni-Frid Lyngstad Swedish female singer 1945
When Fredrik Skavlan asks Lyngstad about her comeback to her musical career
„I've seen [visual] editors like that, but I don't feel a need for them. I don't want to see the state of the file when I'm editing.“
— Ken Thompson American computer scientist, creator of the Unix operating system 1943
Thompson on the superiority of <tt>ed</tt> to editors such as today's <tt>vi</tt> or <tt>emacs</tt>, as summarized by Peter Salus in A Quarter Century of UNIX (Addison-Wesley, 1994). http://web.archive.org/web/20080103071208/http://www.dcs.qmul.ac.uk/~george/history/