Nikola Tesla Quotes
Of the various branches of electrical investigation, perhaps the most interesting and immediately the most promising is that dealing with alternating currents.
— Nikola Tesla
For me, it was a lot of hard work doing theater eight nights a week around the country, going from job to job.
People like to think of you as a certain person, or a certain type of person, and they do love to give you a label. We like luggage labels, and we like people labels.
It's been said that no man is a hero to a newspaperman, and I spent too many years as an ink-stained wretch.
The critical part with meal spacing is that you stabilize your hormones so that you do not have those spikes in insulin that occur when you eat large meals.
Ian K. Smith
There is no racial or ethnic involvement in Thanksgiving, and people who may be very distant from the Christian system can see the beauty and the positive spirit that comes from the holiday.
I wanna create a character that's really memorable... like Julia Roberts did in 'Pretty Woman.'
In the nineteenth century the more grandiose word inspiration began to replace the word idea in the arts.
I want to give a child a life who wouldn't be given a life. I want a child that nobody else wants.
I think Cate Blanchett is fabulous - she just shines in everything she does - and I'm a big Susan Sarandon fan.
I'm fascinated by the narrative of geology, and I'm a veritable pack rat of a collector on the road. I keep a rock hammer in my car.
As writers, we only aim to please. Or we aimed to please as children, which is why we became writers.
The average attention span of the modern human being is about half as long as whatever you're trying to tell them.
I wasn't even 20 at the time, but it taught me something about drugs. They can take a good man, a warm, funny, loving family man, and turn him into a loser and worse.
All my life, people have asked me what I was so mad about. 'Why you so mad?' And I was never mad. I'm not mad, I just look mad.
Michael Connor Gainey
Strong moral arguments exist for why we should often try to ignore stereotypes or override them. But we shouldn't assume they represent some irrational quirk of the unconscious mind. In fact, they're largely the consequence of the mind's attempt to make a rational decision.
'The Waltons' was profoundly important after years of wandering around. I was 44 and cut off from family and friends. It nurtured me back to a sense of family and who I am. It was a transforming experience.