Margery Allingham Quotes
Mourning is not forgetting... It is an undoing. Every minute tie has to be untied and something permanent and valuable recovered and assimilated from the dust.
— Margery Allingham
One of the statistics that always amazes me is the approval of the Chinese government, not elected, is over 80 percent. The approval of the U.S. government, fully elected, is 19 percent. Well, we elected these people and they didn't elect those people. Isn't it supposed to be different? Aren't we supposed to like the people that we elected?
You get so tired of having your work die. I just wanted to make something that people would actually use.
It's a hard thing for me to wrap my mind around the C word: celebrity. Rock stars are celebrities because they're larger than life. As an actor, you have to play the everyman and the everygirl. If you start treating people in the real world like assistants, that's not a good look. But my friends keep me grounded.
I went door-to-door selling cable television subscriptions when I was in college. Not to date myself, but cable was just coming on. I had terrible territories, and they would give me $25, if I got somebody to let them come and just put the little cord in their house.
I suggest that what we want to do is not to leave to posterity a great institution, but to leave behind a great tradition of journalism ably practiced in our time.
Henry Robinson Luce
We can serve our customers well only if our buying jobs are right. You cannot sell if you haven't ordered wanted goods into your store.
James Cash Penney
If you are delusional, sometimes the reality catches up with your delusion, and then all of a sudden you are a genius.
I'm Cancer and Gemini cusp, so I read both and pick the one I like best. I read horoscopes but claim not to believe any of it.
Quality isn't about where the money came from or which company gets to put their name on the thing. What matters is who made the movie and why they made it.
If hackers, if anyone committing a criminal act, wants to reduce their risk, they obviously don't involve anybody else. The greater the circle of people that know what you're doing, the higher the risk.
I was taken to concerts when I was six, seven years old, and sat in a box throughout the whole evening.
I'd just play 'til my hands fell off. My parents would yell at me to stop because they couldn't stand the noise any more! I was terrible! It must have been hard for them to listen to me as a beginning drummer.
A friend got me a job on the door of the Camden Palace nightclub, which quickly progressed to running the place.
If you have a family mission statement that clarifies what your purpose is, then you use that as the criterion by which you make the decisions.