Napoleon Bonaparte Quotes
In tragedy great men are more truly great than in history. We see them only in the crises which unfold them.
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You know, for one glorious half hour, I was the mother of the president-elect.
The government would be able to go to court with respect to newspaper articles, broadcast pieces and the like that they thought were bad or harmful or even against the government and try to block them.
I am healthy and happy.
I'm the guy that has written at great length about exactly how we should profoundly reform Social Security. If I were afraid of going after entitlements, I wouldn't have done that, I wouldn't have put Medicaid reform in this budget, I wouldn't have called for the reductions in spending, which people will scream about, but I think are necessary.
In talking to you I feel very much more at ease than my colleagues who gave the speeches during the banquet.
With the juice, I try to put a lot of different kinds of vegetables in there like zucchini, kale and broccoli. It looks scary, but it's so good for your body, and I just love the taste of it. It's so fresh; I love it!
The bigger we get, I think the more it's changing things, which is great, but we didn't set out to do that. We just wanted to be as big as we possibly could be.
I just think old old movies, they make you concentrate and pay attention so much more. They feel so warm. A lot of modern digital videotape, it's just too bright. Don't know why, it's not warm.
The White Stripes
Wit is an explosion of the compound spirit.
Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel
I can let go of a lot of stuff, but I focus on things I think I should, like dancing, because it takes 100 percent concentration on every step.
Yuan Yuan Tan
We can win respect in the world only if we are strong internally and can banish poverty and unemployment from our country.
Lal Bahadur Shastri
Gone are the days when your indiscretions at university were recorded in a roneoed college newsletter of which there is only one copy left tucked in a filing cabinet at the back of a library. Today that same college newsletter is online, accessible by the whole world now and forever.