David Gilmour Quotes
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If you were my friend, I love you unconditionally. I like you the same way I like everyone else that's around me.
Floyd Mayweather, Jr.
Intermarriage is not a calamity but an opportunity for both a Jewish and non-Jewish partner to learn.
Edgar Bronfman, Sr.
I pretty much only wear Lilly Pulitzer ties because my best friend owns the company.
The unrecorded past is none other than our old friend, the tree in the primeval forest which fell without being heard.
I am like a friend to my kids. My wife, Sangeeta, handles their studies, etc.
Yellow's more like, I'm not trying to be this sexy vixen or anything, obviously. I'm a very friendly person, and I literally do just want to be your friend. I think all of that is wrapped up in yellow. It seems to work. I like being in it.
Well, when I started modeling in the mid-'80s, the girls who did shows did shows, and the girls who did magazines did magazines. That's what was understood.
My first real kiss came when I was 10, and it was in an acting class. I had to do a scene from a movie where someone gets kissed under a tree, and I did not want to do it! But my acting partner wanted me to feel comfortable, so he bought a picnic basket with all these snacks. He made such an effort - and it was cute.
I have seen three emperors in their nakedness, and the sight was not inspiring.
Otto von Bismarck
Well, Gaffer his early friend Mr. Wells, artist I see there will be no peace till I comply; so give me a piece of paper. There, now, rule the size for me, and tell me what I am to do. Mr. Wells told him: 'Well divide your subject into classes, say: Pastoral, Marine, Elegant Pastoral, and so forth..'
J. M. W. Turner
There were many seas. The sea roared like a tiger. The sea whispered in your ear like a friend telling you secrets. The sea clinked like small change in a pocket. The sea thundered like avalanches. The sea hissed like sandpaper working on wood. The sea sounded like someone vomiting. The sea was dead silent.
on Kelly's drummer friend Anyone that beats fucking skins for a living has got to be somewhat weird.
Paul Lisicky, in his new memoir, 'The Narrow Door,' describes losing his old friend, the novelist Denise Gess, and his husband, the acclaimed poet and memoirist Mark Doty, within a year of each other: Gess to cancer, at the age of 57, and Doty to another man.
I get bored really easily. I get bored with people really easily. I get bored with routine easily. I don’t like things that are average, or normal. I care if I have the best – in the world about that - just wanting that great light that everybody looks at and goes ‘Ahhh’. I feel like that’s what I’ve found in my partner.
I'm not averse to helping Wall Street when it helps Main Street.
We are always in our own company.
I'm really just expressing myself in every different stage of my life.
No-one can replace Richard Wright - he was my musical partner and my friend.