Zach Woodlee Quotes
I can't even tell you the anxiety I get from being around those cameras!
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When I started making my own records, I had this idea of drowning out the singer and putting the rest in the foreground. It was the background that interested me.
You must be one of the few people with a copy of that. I don't think they printed too many.
I work extremely hard in the weight room, and also on the court to get better and make sure I keep my body in shape.
When lip service to some mysterious deity permits bestiality on Wednesday and absolution on Sunday, cash me out.
I have a background and an understanding of what's happened in the Middle East that a lot of people don't have, because there's been no interest.
The hardest part about being a kid is knowing you have got your whole life ahead of you.
I actually got hurt in a steel factory in 1985 and so that changed my life. I went to a junior college and that's where I discovered acting.
When the early Europeans first met Africans, at the crossroads of history, it was a respectful meeting and the Africans were not slaves. Their nations were old before Europe was born.
John Henrik Clarke
My grandmother would sing in the choir, while my dad - while he was in college - sang and recorded with a quartet. So yeah, it was definitely my dad's Southern side that impacted on me musically.
My passion stems from seeking world peace and finding how we can live together creatively rather than violently.
I was messing around with the harmonica... but I was 13 before I got a real good note out of it.
You know, we'd just had a birthday, he was... you know, he still had a future out of him, and all I can is he was just one of the most beautiful people in the world... a very gifted man, and it's a loss to the world, not just for us.
A lot of fans that recognize me go, 'I kind of hate you,' and I'm all, 'Cool, well, you've just made this sufficiently awkward.'
The bias against introversion leads to a colossal waste of talent, energy, and happiness.
Our society is intertwined with the economy that we've built, which is a fantastically complex system. I hope that my writing about it might do some good, but that's not why I do it.
It's kind of a language I've developed over time that's basically breaking up the face into components and planes. Inside each plane, I draw gradation marks, and when planes come together, they form sinews, a hairlike weave that's like a landscape of the face.