Sarah Silverman Quotes
I just think of myself as a comedian, really. I talk about being Jewish a lot. It's funny because I do think of myself as Jewish ethnically, but I'm not religious at all. I have no religion.
— Sarah Silverman
I think e-mail is representative of our fast food mentality in the United States, where everything has gotten faster and faster, and we're required to respond to inputs more quickly with less time for thought and reflection. I believe that we need to slow down.
Ted Cruz is a patriot. He believes in what he does. He's done marvels in mobilizing conservatives, mobilizing Americans concerned about the direction of the ever-expanding entitlement state under Obama, and particularly the threat it is to freedom. I disagree with his tactics, but I agree entirely with his objectives.
I think Juan stopped short - he got halfway to the destination and got off the train. He is certainly an excellent writer and a good person, but I'm not a nationalist.
It really matters to writers to find and treasure readers, all the more when they're on the other side of the world.
My father never saw me play ball, and I was an outstanding ballplayer. I missed all that adoration.
It takes two years on the stage for an actor or an actress to learn how to speak correctly and to manage his voice properly, and it takes about ten years to master the subtle art of being able to hold one's audience.
David Llewelyn Wark Griffith
No man understands a deep book until he has seen and lived at least part of its contents.
What we ought to see in the agonies of puberty is the result of the conditioning that maims the female personality in creating the feminine.
What I learned then was there is a certain power in a three piece band. The more people you put on that stage, the more diluted it becomes.
A skill required to be president is to explain to the American people any given thing they do.
The Minnesota spirit of compassion and help for people in need has moved countless Minnesotans to step forward to provide relief for the survivors of Hurricane Katrina.
I was 23 when I learned how to cook; I grew up around the same time. It was precisely then that Thanksgiving started to mean something more. Growing up, Christmas was always about me, and eventually you, when I finally started to enjoy the giving part. But Thanksgiving is always about us.
I was essentially trained by World War II vets who combined a progressive view of life with a deep distrust of anything authoritarian.
Architects have made architecture too complex. We need to simplify it and use a language that everyone can understand.
To be honest, I don't really care about any pope. It's not something I think about much, to be quite honest with you.