Theodore Roosevelt Quotes
Order without liberty and liberty without order are equally destructive.
Quotes from other Authors
My father wasn't a cruel man. And I loved him. But he was a pretty tough character. His own father was even tougher - one of those Victorians, hard as iron - but my dad was tough enough.
The blurring of fact and fiction has great commercial potential, which is bound to be corrupting in historical terms.
I was fed up with the situation I found myself in in the 1960s. I didn't like being a barrister's wife and going out to dinner with other professional people and dealing with middle class life. It seemed claustrophobic.
I think in a weird way that the entertainment industry is strangely more brutally honest than any other.
I prioritize the things that need to get done at work, and I ask myself where I'm spending the majority of my time. The answer to that question always needs to be 'with my family.'
Only the French, I guess, really use tenor and alto to any great extent in the orchestra.
I was never a hugely successful theatre designer. I painted a lot of scenery and did the lighting, and my lighting business grew out of that.
You never know what doors are going to open up and why they are going to open up. You've got to be ready to walk through them.
Before I got into acting, I was always interested in psychology, which I think is very common with a lot of actors because in a weird way, psychology and acting kind of seem interwoven.
The greatest movie would be the movie that gave the audience a cathartic feeling of transcendence.
The fact that in America bread lasts so long. You buy bread, and then it's bread forever - it's Forever Bread!
In December 2012, the U.S. 9th district court granted a temporary injunction to the Japanese whalers that ordered the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society U.S.A. to not approach within 500 yards of the whaling vessels.
My joking answer to this question is that I leave a bowl of milk out on the back porch every night for the Idea Fairy. In the morning, the milk is gone and there's a brand-new shiny idea by the bowl.
I am an actor, and although I love music, and at times can't live without it, I eat, sleep, breath, sweat, and bleed acting.
Tyler James Williams
At the end of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century in Austria, there was a lot of anti-Semitism. Anti-Semitism in Austria was much more pervasive than in Germany. And Austrians took to Nazi ideas and anti-Semitism much more readily than Germans did, really.