Arnold Jacobs Quotes
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I'm like the opposite of one of those comedians who's funny on stage and depressed behind closed doors . On record, I can get pretty dark, but in real life I'm very carefree. But when I'm happy, I ain't writing songs, I'm out having a laugh, being in love. I wouldn't have the time. If I ever get married, it'll be 'Darling, I need a divorce, it's been three years, I've got a record to write!'
I always wanted to know what it felt like to fall on stage... now I know. It's not how you fall, but how you get up
I'm all for bootlegging. A record costs $20 . . . who can afford that?
Why should we change on stage? We're not trying to be something big and fancy, it's just us, doing what we do, we'd like to keep it that way.
I think it was a pretty cut ad dried draw. We've got about as good a situation as we could, given or record. Hopefully we can keep playing well and surprise a couple of people.
I don't know, people take chances on stage. It's a big free speech zone, a comedy show. So sometimes things happen, you say things that are a little bit off the edge.
Imperialism: The final stage of Capitalism.
What an incredible honor for us to share the stage with real life rock n' roll icons, the Rolling Stones. There are a lot of bucket list moments that you dream up as a performing musician, and this is a pretty wild one to actually have come true. You, in fact, can get some satisfaction!
Do you ever think about when you outta here?
Record deal and video, outta here!?
Mercedes Benz and Range Rover, outta here!?
Lawrence "Kris" Parker
Boogie Down Productions
I don't really listen to music before the game. I mean, I play it in my car on the way to the arena, but I don't really listen to music before the game. I'm usually working out or lifting weights.
I can go in front of thousands of people on stage and not be afraid, but when there's just a few people, that scares me.
I always need a reason to do something on stage, for me. I am not judging anyone: there is not a good way; there is not a bad way. You just have to justify everything.
We, the People, recognize that we have responsibilities as well as rights; that our destinies are bound together; that a freedom which only asks what's in it for me, a freedom without a commitment to others, a freedom without love or charity or duty or patriotism, is unworthy of our founding ideals, and those who died in their defense.
Cruelty is not a literary value.
Assume nobody else has any idea what they're doing, either.
Responsibility has become the fundamental imperative in modern civilization, and it should be an unavoidable criterion to assess and evaluate human actions, including, in a special way, development activities.
Set the stage, record, then listen.