Faith Hill Quotes
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I'm street smart. You can't con me. But that's just from living in New York. Now if a guy came from Mississippi somewhere, Ohio somewhere, to New York City for the first time, he don't have the street smarts. You can take him.
J. B. Smoove
I make the music my ears want to hear, I wear the clothes my body wants to wear and the ones boys call me back for, and I generally make the songs that my feet dance to.
I'm from the school of, 'if you want more, you have to require more from yourself.'
If you fire people, you fire customers.
I'm a capitalist. I believe that people take risk, and there are rewards if they do well; they should lose if they don't.
Harold Ford, Jr.
Imagine a libertarian president ending impediments to free markets.
You have an absolute freedom in Mexican writing today in which you don't necessarily have to deal with the Mexican identity. You know why? Because we have an identity... We know who we are. We know what it means to be a Mexican.
Posthumous reputations have little to do with real lives.
It's kind of a tradition that you get a rookie, put him in the middle, wrap your arms and legs around him, then douse him with everything you can get a hold of - shaving cream, ketchup, mustard, everything. It's kind of like a pie in the face after a guy is successful.
We play rock & roll, but we swing when we play. We want that ongoing flow, that lightness, that forward rush of jazz.
I give up on spending time on these courts; I give up on practicing before the tournament I hate. I hate this.
I'm intrigued by films that have a singular vision behind them. A lot of studio movies have ten writers by the time they're done. You have a movie testing 200 times, making adjustments according to various people's opinions. It's difficult to have an undistilled vision.