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Lovers who love truly do not write down their happiness.
— Anatole France
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As I was growing up, it was made clear that the fat me wasn't welcome, that a thin person was expected and awaited, and impatiently so.
The trouble with us is that the ghetto of the Middle Ages and the children of the twentieth century have to live under one roof.
The sentimentality of baseball is very deeply rooted in the American baseball fan. It is the one sport that is transmitted from fathers to sons.
It's so crazy to see people singing along to songs that aren't even released yet. I'm like, 'How do you even know the lyrics? Have you been watching YouTube?'
I've always had my ear pierced with a diamond stud. I did it myself when I was 16.
Henceforth I ask not good fortune. I myself am good fortune.
People aren't as stupid as the politicians think. More and more of us are laughing off our 'civic duty' to vote, rejecting the role of compulsory constituent.
I have found that among its other benefits, giving liberates the soul of the giver.
On a dirt bike, when you're sizing up a jump, you can't have any second thoughts. You have to fully commit. If you don't, a lot of things can go wrong.
I think all artists are only interested in a couple of themes, really. I'm primarily interested in change and connection as being this restorative force. I write about them because that's what I think about in my own life.
I made my career off posing in swimsuits and doing all the swimsuit issues and posters, but I will tell you that that little bit of material on an itsy-bitsy bikini - taking that off was very nerve-racking the first time.
You can't say history teaches us this or that; it gives us more questions than answers, and many answers to every question.
I don't go to church any more, but I think that Catholicism is rather like the brand they use on cattle: I feel so formed in that Catholic mould that I don't think I could adopt any other form of spirituality. I still get feelings of consolation about churches.
I loved Frances Hodgson Burnett, who wrote 'The Little Princess' and 'The Secret Garden.' And I loved the 'Little House on the Prairie' books by Laura Ingalls Wilder.
The Web or card experience is not at all going to replicate the book experience, nor is the book experience going to replicate the Web.
My favorite books are actually very complicated - 'One Hundred Years of Solitude', 'Ulysses'.
I wouldn't do go to another band.
I never have plans for the future as you never know how things will turn out.
I would love nothing more than me and my family getting green cards, going to L.A. for a year, sitting down with the big Hollywood studios and coming up with the most advanced and awesome Internet distribution platform for movies. It would make Hollywood more money than cinemas, DVDs, and everything else combined.
Old music used to mean something. There is none of that today.