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I always respected Barry Bonds, and I wanted to let him know that I did in a certain way.
— Andy Van Slyke
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I actually don't play any new video games except 'Call of Duty.' I'm addicted to 'Call of Duty.' It's the only game I need.
I was born in Northern Ireland in 1951. I lived most of my life there until 1986 or 1987.
In February of 1996, about six months after I created eBay, I started receiving a spate of complaints. Everyone was complaining about each other. I felt very much like I was a parent who had to adjudicate the brothers beating each other up.
Also, I'm always learning better and better how to prioritize and how to leave certain things for the next day.
I was an introverted kid; I liked my time alone. And the rest of my family is pretty extroverted, so I felt like a bit of an oddball. They're very gregarious and charming and charismatic people. I always felt like I was struggling as a young person. I think everyone was very surprised to hear that I wanted to be an actor.
When you do a drama, you are challenged to trust your inner voice much more. Because when you put a comedy in front of even a 25-person screening, you know whether it's working or not. The barometer is overt.
I think it's cool to get to know designers. There is some anxiety, maybe, that after you've met a designer, you want to be loyal to them and wear their clothes. And sometimes it's just not my style. But you have to be honest, and I don't really want to lie.
I don't think I've ever been moulded but I think I am always learning.
I sort of feel like music saved my life when I was young. This is the one thing that I knew I was good at.
We are being entertained all the time - in the bathroom, on the train, in our beds. Sure, there is a smaller audience for theater. But we know from radio that entertainment never goes away, it just changes. And more power to it.
I did 32 years of political cartoons, one every day for six days a week, I wrote and drew every word, every line. That body of work is the one I'm proudest of.
When someone becomes successful or rich and famous, people perceive that person as being different. But I'm the same guy I've always been.
I'm really, really emotional.
My wife, my family, my friends - they've all taught me things about love and what that emotion really means. In a nutshell, loving someone is about giving, not receiving.
My mother is an actress, and my aunt Margaux was a model. And it's funny, as much as I'm all about I'm my own person, and I'm making my own name for myself, I have grown up in a world where most of these people who are like me are children of famous parents. So it's easy to become the socialite and be famous for that.
I start laughing every time because the media talks to me like I'm finishing my career and I only have one year left and time is running out.
I am stuck in the 70's. I can't seem to get away from that era.
You hope for the best, but it's really OK if you don't win. They say it's just nice to be nominated, and it really is.
Pain was something we were expected to endure. But I doubt very much if you would be entirely happy today if a doctor threw a towel in your face and jumped on you with a knife.
I thought I'd never do film, let alone television. I was a diehard theater nut.