Srikumar Rao Quotes
I'm challenging the assumption that you need to be a dog-eat-dog person to survive in a corporate environment.
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I don't distinguish between men and women. This is irrelevant to me, and I don't think in these terms.
Because his basic idea that he got from the study of gall wasps is that everyone's sexuality is unique.
It's a sad man my friend who's livin' in his own skin and can't stand the company.
It is we the workers who built these palaces and cities here in Spain and in America and everywhere. We, the workers, can build others to take their place. And better ones! We are not in the least afraid of ruins.
Being healthy is a complete lifestyle for me. It allows my brain to function at a very high degree so I can comprehend all the new things that are thrown at me. It also allows me to sleep well so that I am rested when I need to perform. Finally, being healthy will hopefully allow me to live a long and fun-filled life.
I wasn't able to relate to anyone on TV growing up, so I wanted to bring my own experiences to the screen.
I have always wished I could learn to be a potter. I love collecting ceramics; it would be so fulfilling to create something lovely.
I've heard that kind of weird backward compliment often - 'She's so talented, but not pretty.'
When a person in a Russian prison decides to start speaking, to start speaking the truth - they start to reject oppression.
Zombies are so popular. There's a lot of chaff out there. For every one person who is legitimately passionate about zombies, there are a hundred people who are thinking, 'Hey, I can make a buck off of this.' The problem is that some of their stuff is so lame.
Well, I think the first piece of music I ever heard that I really loved was 'Salome's Dances' by Richard Strauss. I played that 12-inch, 78 record, and I stood up on an ottoman to play it on a big Victrola and I'd just keep playing it and playing it.
Managing dissent is about recognizing the value of disagreement, discord and difference.
I would argue that something dark is lurking between the sexes, and that it is seeping out into cinema.