Erica Jong Quotes
I write lustily and humorously. It isn't calculated; it's the way I think. I've invented a writing style that expresses who I am.
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I shall strive not to be guilty of adding any fuel to the flames of hatred and passion which, if continued to be fed, promise to burn up whatever is left by the war of decent human feeling in Europe.
Eamon de Valera
When I was at Upright Citizens Brigade, I would pretend to be a sad, drunk rapper.
I spend half my time just living my life, and the other half analyzing it.
I was probably 8 years old; my mom let me stay up one night. She's like, 'You have to see this movie.' It was 'A Streetcar Named Desire,' and it was on TV, and it was a big deal. And I saw Marlon Brando, and I was like, 'Oh, my God.' That's where it started.
We steal if we touch tomorrow. It is God's.
Henry Ward Beecher
I deliberately, in a way, went for something that was a huge challenge and was a big period film. I was excited about the canvas on which I could tell the story as much as the story itself.
I'm not a big fan of guitar face: you know, when someone's playing guitar, and they make this really embarrassing face, like they smush their lips together and... they look you in the eye, and it's really humiliating.
Every now and then, I get a free ticket from someone, and I look at the price, and it says $800, and I'm thinking, 'A thousand dollars to see,' I said, 'There's no ballgame in the world worth that kind of money,' and yet the attendance for sports is more than it ever has been.
The photographs that excite me are photographs that say something in a new manner; not for the sake of being different but ones that are different because the individual is different and the individual expresses himself.
How does it come about that what an intelligent man expresses is much stupider than what remains inside him?
If a girl you're on a date with expresses ideals similar to those expressed by social justice bullies, end the date.
I am confounded by the failure of this rule to meet either the spirit or letter of the law, ... It is clearly delinquent in protecting all Americans equally from the hazards of mercury.