Barbara Boxer Quotes
More than anything, I think as our country matures, we recognize that women deserve to be treated with respect and dignity.
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My sister, mom and I all wear the same size, so I shop a lot at a boutique called 'my mother's closet' that is right down the hall from my bedroom. She has vintage Comme des Garcons dresses that I feel so elegant wearing.
The colonel replied that he didn't care how my men had got the job done. He was happy that it had been accomplished. He said that, obviously, no matter how much or how little I knew technically, I was able to get the best out of people I worked with.
The diverse sound of my music makes it a good fit for that demographic.
Bobby Ray Simmons Jr.
Corruption is in society and in every strata of society.
I still have my school friends who are actually friends. It's nice that they don't think much about my singing career. They think it is cool, and they are happy for me, but they don't really bother me about it. To them, I'm still just the schoolgirl from next door.
I really sort of kept to myself. I kind of just watched the world. And I think to keep people from messing with me, yeah, you know, I went out to run track. I went out for the football team. Not because I love track or love football.
Since the age of 14, I have littered – excuse me, adorned – the Internet with Taylor Swift analyses.
Where evil habits are once settled, they are more easily broken than mended.
I have a fascination with Flight 93. My emotions are mixed: awe, gratitude, fear, heartache, pride - even, in some ways, guilt.
I don't think there's anything worse than your parents being alive and telling you to go give them some money and just act like they're dead.
When a guy tells me I'm cute, it's not something desirable. Cute is more like what you want your pet to be.
Customer expectations? Nonsense. No customer ever asked for the electric light, the pneumatic tire, the VCR, or the CD. All customer expectations are only what you and your competitor have led him to expect. He knows nothing else.
W. Edwards Deming