Raymond Williams Quotes
What breaks capitalism, all that will ever break capitalism, is capitalists. The faster they run the more strain on their heart.
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St. Louis is still a special place for me. I still have my home there. I live there in the offseason. I enjoyed playing in front of 40,000 people every day. I tried to do my best to help the organization win. I had success there. We won two World Series. We went to three. That's something you can't take from me.
Building a mechanical device for its appearance is like putting lace on a bowling ball.
To all the women that I've offended, I had no intention to be offensive, to violate any physical or emotional space. I was trying to establish personal relationships, but the combination of awkwardness and hubris led to behavior that I think many found offensive.
Inspirations never go in for long engagements; they demand immediate marriage to action.
Visual storytelling of one kind or another has been around since cavemen were drawing on the walls.
What I did was I completed the half-hour film, but before really showing it, I wrote two more sections for a potential feature film which I didn't think would really happen, but at least I had it in case.
After 'Kelis Was Here,' I was done. I was like, 'I will never put out another record again; I hate this business; I hate all these people.' I was in this race that I didn't even realise that I was in.
I did go through graduate school and I like to do research, to create something that has a certain objective solidity. The same thing influences my fiction to some degree, because, you know, my fiction is often based on history that I've read.
My mother used to say, If other people have a problem with you, that's their problem. It's not your problem. I still have that philosophy today.
I do enjoy playing some sports, even though none of them are organized. I enjoy football most of all.
If someone thinks, 'I'll spend the off season working on my fitness and I'll come back a better cricketer,' I don't think that's enough. You need to spend a lot of time working on your skills and honing your skills.
After you have been incarcerated for so long, whatever story is told in the aftermath is beautiful.
What do I do when we're not taping? Sit in a dark room and refine my plans for someday ruling Earth from a blimp. And chess.
History is full of really good stories. That's the main reason I got into this racket: I want to make the argument that history is interesting.
The good inside of all of us is wrapped in a layer of apathy, and we forget how much potential we have within us, in each and every one of us, to change the world for the better for ourselves and our children, and thus to bring about oneness.