Abraham Lincoln Quotes
I have always found that mercy bears richer fruits than strict justice.
Quotes from other Authors
In Hollywood through the 50s, there were black, English, and Middle European housekeepers and maids.
When I grew up, there was still black and white TV. I was told to never get out of bed once you're put to bed. I'd sneak down the hallway, try to avoid the creaking floor boards and go in and watch the 'Midnight Movie.'
When Steven Spielberg thinks you're the one, then I'll do anything. If you want me to put a dead horse on my head, I'll do it.
Charlotte Le Bon
I feel very strongly that young women have regressed a little bit. But I do get all preachy about it.
I think you've got to keep it simple, keep it fresh. Stay away from all that processed stuff, read the labels.
When we can commit a crime, we can also trigger debate. Cases go to courts. Media start covering the cases. But once you build smart environments where, if you meet a certain probabilistic profile, you won't even be allowed to board a bus, let alone commit a crime, we're perpetuating existing laws so they face no challenges or revision.
The U.S. tries to provide immigrants who grow up here with a world-class education and imbue them with the can-do attitude that has long defined American innovation.
For me, the summer will be pure gray - mother-of-pearl gray, very pale gray. To me, this is the big statement for summer. Then we have light blue, light turquoise, lots of pink.
Most medical physicists work in the physics of radiation oncology making sure that the desired dose is given to the cancer and the dose to normal tissues are minimized.
When I tend to belt, it kind of reminds me of like a more '60s girl doo-wop kind of belting.
Dean Acheson was one of the very best and brightest of the men who ever came to Washington.
Hollywood is so fake and people need to realize that people are just people, and you, too, don't need to be born into something or have money or have whatever product someone is hawking on you.
When I was a boy, one of my uncles had a cabin on a lake in Wisconsin. My family went there for parts of three summers, and I loved it!
The danger is not that a particular class is unfit to govern: every class is unfit to govern.
Just because you read a report in the 'New York Times,' the 'Economist,' or, yes, 'The New Yorker' doesn't make it true. But we do know that a few people have evaluated that story with what strikes me as fairly objective standards of reason.
It's just very dull. Talking about yourself and about something that you've got less interest in than you had, because you've always moved on to something else.
I was always the frugal kid growing up because I was saving for college. Or I was always that kid that was like, 'I'm going to save my babysitting money so I can eat an expensive dinner when I go to Europe.'