I know what it's like to have a family and not have insurance and really need it. As a comic, insurance was one of those sacrifices I made early on until I could afford it.
I'm sensitive, you know, about some things, and as some of my partners could attest to, incredibly insensitive.
The thing is, you never know with any movie how it's going to turn out. It's always a mystery - you'll do pages and pages of scenes that will never make it onto the screen.
When there was a fight in school, because I was the tall one, the teachers would say, 'I know you were there. I could see you.'
You know, I think I'm the worst player to talk to about statistics.
Any conductor who tells you that if he is approached for the directorship of the Chicago Symphony that he's not interested in it, you know perfectly well he's lying.
If any of you have seen my shows, you know that I don't skimp on them and the same is true for the gym. We spend what it takes to make a globally first-class gym.
I don't know if most people know it or not, but I produce, like, 95% of my own stuff.
The two championship contenders, Dario Franchitti and Will Power, are starting right next to each other in the middle of the grid. Honestly, if I can be fast enough early in the race to be able to get up there and latch onto those two, it will be pure entertainment. It's going to be a pack race, and you never know how that's going to turn out.
Nobody really doubted me playing football, making it to the NFL. I was like, 'I know I can do that.'