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Articles: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ R Stevie Moore was obviously a huge influence and is still a very big influence in my life. Racial humor was about 35% of my act when I first started. But I realized that it was a crutch. What brought it home was when another comedian said to me, ‘If you changed color […]

  1. R Stevie Moore was obviously a huge influence and is still a very big influence in my life.
  2. Racial humor was about 35% of my act when I first started. But I realized that it was a crutch. What brought it home was when another comedian said to me, ‘If you changed color tomorrow, you wouldn’t have any material.’ He meant it as a put-down, but I took it as a challenge.
  3. Racial prejudice, anti-Semitism, or hatred of anyone with different beliefs has no place in the human mind or heart.
  4. Racing, competing, it’s in my blood. It’s part of me, it’s part of my life; I have been doing it all my life and it stands out above everything else.
  5. Racism and injustice and violence sweep our world, bringing a tragic harvest of heartache and death.
  6. Racism been over. It’s the old people that keep on holding on to it.
  7. Racism, in the first place, is a weapon used by the wealthy to increase the profits they bring in by paying Black workers less for their work.
  8. Racism is a much more clandestine, much more hidden kind of phenomenon, but at the same time it’s perhaps far more terrible than it’s ever been.
  9. Racism is man’s gravest threat to man – the maximum of hatred for a minimum of reason.
  10. Racism is ridiculous no matter where it’s coming from.
  11. Racism is taught in our society, it is not automatic. It is learned behavior toward persons with dissimilar physical characteristics.
  12. Racism tears down your insides so that no matter what you achieve, you’re not quite up to snuff.
  13. Racism, xenophobia and unfair discrimination have spawned slavery, when human beings have bought and sold and owned and branded fellow human beings as if they were so many beasts of burden.
  14. Radical simply means ‘grasping things at the root.’
  15. Radio in England is nonexistent. It’s very bad English use of a media system, typically English use.
  16. Radio Shack is meeting the fate of many other stores that were wildly popular in the twentieth century, including record stores, comic book stores, bookstores and video stores.
  17. Raising a child is a little like Picasso’s work; in the beginning he did very conventional representational things. Cubism came after he had the rules down pat.
  18. Raising children is an incredibly hard and risky business in which no cumulative wisdom is gained: each generation repeats the mistakes the previous one made.
  19. Raising taxes is not a frivolous venture that you do on the editorial page of ‘The New Republic,’ for god sakes. It’s something that you really have to think about and go through carefully.
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  21. Rajeev Gandhi was prime minister. We’ve had a long family relationship with them. He asked me to fight an election, and I went ahead and did it. But I was not qualified as a politician, and I am not going back there again.
  22. Rajinikanth is an absolute legend to work with. Imagine meeting him every day and spending time with him on the set. Sharing the frame with him is a lifetime experience; there’s a reason he is called a legend.
  23. Ralph Nader is a hero. I know Ralph, and I call him up occasionally. He’s helped me out on a couple of occasions when I’ve given speeches to corporations where he’d have a good… He’d give me some good information.
  24. Ram Gopal Varma is a most noteworthy talent and has given us some very valuable iconic films. I enjoy working with him.
  25. Rameswaram has, since antiquity, been an important pilgrimage destination.
  26. Rap music’s been around for too long now to be inspirational. The words are, but the music isn’t.
  27. Rap was my drug.
  28. Rap was started by black people and, thus, is at the foundation of black culture. So people cannot always wrap their minds around someone like me being inspired by it. But if you listen to the things we’re saying, they’re authentically us.
  29. Rappers aren’t the really rich ones. We all have nice houses with studios and cars, but you need a piece of someone’s business to be super wealthy.
  30. Rapping can be repetition sometimes. Sometimes you gotta highlight your words in a certain kind of way. So I always was a fan of sing-rapping. It was always funny to me a little bit, and I think that being funny and being able to laugh, even at yourself, is a form of flattery.
  31. Rarely do we find men who willingly engage in hard, solid thinking. There is an almost universal quest for easy answers and half-baked solutions. Nothing pains some people more than having to think.
  32. Rascals are always sociable, more’s the pity! and the chief sign that a man has any nobility in his character is the little pleasure he takes in others’ company.
  33. Rastafari not a culture, it’s a reality.
  34. Rather go to bed with out dinner than to rise in debt.
  35. Rather than love, than money, than fame, give me truth.
  36. Rather than realizing immediate physiological gain, the challenge is more about reducing the mental attrition from the two days to maximize each event.
  37. Rather than thinking of ourselves as a computer, and trying to give you computer-like functionality, it’s better to start from the understanding that this is a pair of glasses, and say, ‘How smart can we make these glasses for you?’
  38. Rational beliefs bring us closer to getting good results in the real world.
  39. Rationalism is the enemy of art, though necessary as a basis for architecture.
  40. Re-investing in one’s own little moments of insight is very important.
  41. Re-telling the Christian story is the essence of my vocation. That has been going on since the Evangelists in one form or another.
  42. Reach for the stars, or you’ll never touch the sky.
  43. Reactionaries often describe both Marx and Lenin as theorists, without taking into consideration that their utopias inspired Russia and China – the two countries called upon to lead a new world which will allow for human survival if imperialism does not first unleash a criminal, exterminating war.
  44. Reactionary: a man walking backwards with his face to the future.
  45. Read no history: nothing but biography, for that is life without theory.
  46. Read not to contradict and confute, nor to believe and take for granted… but to weigh and consider.
  47. Read the best books first, or you may not have a chance to read them at all.
  48. Read the Bible. Work hard and honestly. And don’t complain.
  49. Read with care, George Orwell’s diaries, from the years 1931 to 1949, can greatly enrich our understanding of how Orwell transmuted the raw material of everyday experience into some of his best-known novels and polemics.
  50. Reader was by far the most popular feed reader out there, and its user base had been in a steep decline for two years before Google decided to shut it down.
  51. Readers are plentiful: thinkers are rare.
  52. Readers often bring a different set of criteria to the work based on the format.
  53. Reading a newspaper is like reading someone’s letters, as opposed to a biography or a history. The writer really does not know what will happen. A novelist needs to feel what that is like.
  54. Reading about Queen Victoria has been a passion of mine since, as a child, I came across Laurence Housman’s play ‘Happy and Glorious,’ with its Ernest Shepard illustrations.
  55. Reading, after a certain age, diverts the mind too much from its creative pursuits. Any man who reads too much and uses his own brain too little falls into lazy habits of thinking.
  56. Reading ‘Blood Will Out,’ one begins to understand how so many people were duped by Clark Rockefeller. All the imposter needs is some kind of initial agreement that he is who he says he is; thereafter, consensus builds via a network of human relationships.
  57. Reading computer manuals without the hardware is as frustrating as reading sex manuals without the software.
  58. Reading is equivalent to thinking with someone else’s head instead of with one’s own.
  59. Reading is not a duty, and has consequently no business to be made disagreeable.
  60. Reading made Don Quixote a gentleman, but believing what he read made him mad.
  61. Reading maketh a full man; conference a ready man; and writing an exact man.
  62. Reading was and still is my real joy.
  63. Reading while I’m writing ideally inspires my competitive side. When I read great writers, I want to be a better writer.
  64. Real biologists who actually do the research will tell you that they almost never find a phenomenon, no matter how odd or irrelevant it looks when they first see it, that doesn’t prove to serve a function. The outcome itself may be due to small accidents of evolution.
  65. Real education enhances the dignity of a human being and increases his or her self-respect. If only the real sense of education could be realized by each individual and carried forward in every field of human activity, the world will be so much a better place to live in.
  66. Real education is about genuine understanding and the ability to figure things out on your own; not about making sure every 7th grader has memorized all the facts some bureaucrats have put in the 7th grade curriculum.
  67. Real education should consist of drawing the goodness and the best out of our own students. What better books can there be than the book of humanity?
  68. Real firmness is good for anything; strut is good for nothing.
  69. Real food, I’ve found, is actually better than dieting.
  70. Real generosity toward the future lies in giving all to the present.
  71. Real heroes are those who face death for a principle – say, to save the lives of others – without any promise of reward.
  72. Real joy seems to me almost as unlike security or prosperity as it is unlike agony.
  73. Real knowledge is to know the extent of one’s ignorance.
  74. Real liberty is neither found in despotism or the extremes of democracy, but in moderate governments.
  75. Real life is far more complicated than fiction.
  76. Real living is living for others.
  77. Real love is a pilgrimage. It happens when there is no strategy, but it is very rare because most people are strategists.
  78. Real nobility is based on scorn, courage, and profound indifference.
  79. Real politics are the possession and distribution of power.
  80. Real programmers don’t comment their code. If it was hard to write it should be hard to understand.
  81. Real relationship is gritty and earthy, the stuff that life is made of.
  82. Real self-esteem has to be earned. I also believe in virtuous circles, like, nothing is fun until you are good at it. It is great if you can instill in children the ability to not give up, to have a work ethic.
  83. Real social situations are taking a back seat to social media.
  84. Realists are just pessimists looking for an excuse for themselves.
  85. Realists do not fear the results of their study.
  86. Reality doesn’t bite, rather our perception of reality bites.
  87. Reality is a crutch for people who can’t handle drugs.
  88. Reality is a poor substitute for my dreams.
  89. Reality is a sliding door.
  90. Reality is for people who can’t handle drugs.
  91. Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.
  92. Reality is only a Rorschach ink-blot, you know.
  93. Reality leaves a lot to the imagination.
  94. Realize deeply that the present moment is all you ever have. Make the Now the primary focus of your life.
  95. Realize that everyone that you think is perfect feels like they’re not good enough, too.
  96. Realize that if you have time to whine and complain about something then you have the time to do something about it.
  97. Really advanced civilization is based on advances in energy.
  98. Really good writing, from my perspective, runs a lot like a visual on the screen. You need to create that kind of detail and have credibility with the reader, so the reader knows that you were really there, that you really experienced it, that you know the details. That comes out of seeing.
  99. Really great entrepreneurs have this very special mix of unstoppable optimism and scathing paranoia.
  100. Really, having people who have different mental perspectives is what’s important.
  101. Really, I do not know whether my paintings are surrealist or not, but I do know that they are the frankest expression of myself.
  102. Really I feel less keen about the Army every day. I think the Church would suit me better.
  103. Really, Mexico City has always been this big, complex monster of a city that has always had real problems and needs, and I’ve always found my way through it in different ways.
  104. Really, the only thing that makes sense is to strive for greater collective enlightenment.
  105. Really top-notch directors, I’ve often worked with them just to see how they work.
  106. Really, truly, try to figure out what your palate is all about. If you’ve determined that you don’t like dirty old stinky wine – old-world flavors – you probably like new-world fruit bombs. Stick to Shirazes and California Cabernets or Zinfandels.
  107. Really, what I’m aiming for is world domination!
  108. Reason and justice tell me there’s more love for humanity in electricity and steam than in chastity and vegetarianism.
  109. Reason cannot establish values, and its belief that it can is the stupidiest and most pernicious illusion.
  110. Reason commands us far more imperiously than a master; for in disobeying the one we are unfortunate, and in disobeying the other we are fools.
  111. Reason is a harmonising, controlling force rather than a creative one.
  112. Reason is, and ought only to be the slave of the passions, and can never pretend to any other office than to serve and obey them.
  113. Reason is not automatic. Those who deny it cannot be conquered by it. Do not count on them. Leave them alone.
  114. Reason is the natural order of truth; but imagination is the organ of meaning.
  115. Reason transformed into prejudice is the worst form of prejudice, because reason is the only instrument for liberation from prejudice.
  116. Rebellion against tyrants is obedience to God.
  117. Rebellion cannot exist without the feeling that somewhere, in some way, you are justified.
  118. Rebellion without truth is like spring in a bleak, arid desert.
  119. Rebellions of the belly are the worst.
  120. Receiving far less attention are the working class heroes, who go about their solitary work routines with quiet dignity, come home from another grueling day, yet still find time to interact with their children.
  121. Recently I danced in a video spoof of the song ‘Gangnam Style,’ and it was quickly banned across multiple Chinese online video platforms. But the story still traveled all over the world, carried in hundreds of international media reports.
  122. Recently I read that half the world or more has read ‘The Lord of The Rings,’ but then I found out that something like 75 per cent of the world knows the ‘Tintin’ books.
  123. Recently I read the stories I wrote in my early 20s, to put in a volume. And here is this brittle young woman, writing about marriage as, not the worst thing, but the most boring thing that could happen to a person. Now I think I was wrong. I like to be proven wrong.
  124. Recently, my personal advisors have been telling me to go to America. Actually, people have been walking up to me in the street and telling me to sod off, but that’s the same thing, isn’t it?
  125. Recession is when a neighbor loses his job. Depression is when you lose yours.
  126. Recipe writers hate to write about heat. They despise it. Because there aren’t proper words for communicating what should be done with it.
  127. Recovery is something that you have to work on every single day and it’s something that it doesn’t get a day off.
  128. Recreational development is a job not of building roads into the lovely country, but of building receptivity into the still unlovely human mind.
  129. Red is a colour I’ve felt very strongly about. Maybe red is a very Indian colour, maybe it’s one of those things that I grew up with and recognise at some other level.
  130. Red, of course, is the colour of the interior of our bodies. In a way it’s inside out, red.
  131. Red wine vinegar has some personality as well acidity.
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  133. Reflect upon your present blessings of which every man has many – not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some.
  134. Refusal to believe until proof is given is a rational position; denial of all outside of our own limited experience is absurd.
  135. Refuse to be average. Let your heart soar as high as it will.
  136. Regard it as just as desirable to build a chicken house as to build a cathedral.
  137. Regarding life, the wisest men of all ages have judged alike: it is worthless.
  138. Regarding marriage, it – somehow, it didn’t happen. One fellow in such a big family not getting married is not an issue.
  139. Regarding social media, I really don’t understand what appears to be the general population’s lack of concern over privacy issues in publicizing their entire lives on the Internet for others to see to such an extent… but hey it’s them, not me, so whatever.
  140. Regardless of what society says, we can’t go on much longer in the sea of immorality without judgment coming.
  141. Regency romances end in marriage; zombie stories end in the zombies being vanquished. ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ delivers both.
  142. Regime is made up of people, so I do put faces to regimes and governments, so I feel that all human beings have the right to be given the benefit of the doubt, and they also have to be given the right to try to redeem themselves if they so wish.
  143. Regression to the stage of early infancy is not a suitable method in and of itself. Such a regression can only be effective if it happens in the natural course of therapy and if the client is able to maintain adult consciousness at the same time.
  144. Regrets are the natural property of grey hairs.
  145. Rejoicing in our joy, not suffering over our suffering, makes someone a friend.
  146. Relationships are the hallmark of the mature person.
  147. Relative to all the start-ups out there, getting a valuation of $1 billion is rarely accomplished.
  148. Religion. A daughter of Hope and Fear, explaining to Ignorance the nature of the Unknowable.
  149. Religion always remains higher than everyday life. In order to make the elevation towards religion easier for people, religion must be able to alter its forms in relation to the consciousness of modern man.
  150. Religion and ritual can be vehicles for entering stillness. It says in Psalm 46:10, ‘Be still, and know that I am God.’ But they are still just vehicles. The Buddha called his teaching a raft: You don’t need to carry it around with you after you’ve crossed the river.
  151. Religion, any religion, no matter what sort of wonderful religion, never be universal. So now education is universal, so we have to sort of find ways and means through education system, from kindergarten up to university level, to make awareness these good things, the values, inner values.
  152. Religion brings to man an inner strength, spiritual light, and ineffable peace.
  153. Religion can be one of the greatest impediments to finding God.
  154. Religion forbids us from assuming a God-like character. This is especially true in politics and government, where limiting the power of the state, division of powers, and the doctrine of checks and balances are established in order to prevent accumulation of power that might lead to such Godly claims.
  155. Religion has done love a great service by making it a sin.
  156. Religion is a matter of the heart. No physical inconvenience can warrant abandonment of one’s own religion.
  157. Religion is a very personal thing for me. Religion has its good moments and its poor moments.
  158. Religion is compulsory in English schools, you know.
  159. Religion is essentially the art and the theory of the remaking of man. Man is not a finished creation.
  160. Religion is just mind control.
  161. Religion is more than life. Remember that his own religion is the truest to every man even if it stands low in the scales of philosophical comparison.
  162. Religion is not a department of life; it is something that enters into the whole of it.
  163. Religion is not going to come up with any new arguments.
  164. Religion is not man’s relationship to God, it is man’s relationship to man.
  165. Religion is part of the human make-up. It’s also part of our cultural and intellectual history. Religion was our first attempt at literature, the texts, our first attempt at cosmology, making sense of where we are in the universe, our first attempt at health care, believing in faith healing, our first attempt at philosophy.
  166. Religion is so much more than the god you pray to. The religion that you associate with, it’s culture, it is family, it is background. That is something that I have always grown up with.
  167. Religion is something left over from the infancy of our intelligence, it will fade away as we adopt reason and science as our guidelines.
  168. Religion is supposed to be a positive thing when you look at the true religions around the world, not the fundamentalists. You always have to go with what your spirit tells you, not what people advise you. I’m a man that will always follow my own path.
  169. Religion is the last refuge of human savagery.
  170. Religion is the masterpiece of the art of animal training, for it trains people as to how they shall think.
  171. Religions get lost as people do.
  172. Religions have always been clearly on to this psycho-therapeutic score. For hundreds of years in the West, Christian art had a very clear function: it was meant to direct us towards the good and wean us off vice.
  173. Religions take donations and don’t pay taxes.
  174. Religions that teach brotherly love have been used as an excuse for persecution, and our profoundest scientific insight is made into a means of mass destruction.
  175. Religions, which condemn the pleasures of sense, drive men to seek the pleasures of power. Throughout history power has been the vice of the ascetic.
  176. Religious belief itself is an adaptation that has evolved because we’re hard-wired to form tribalistic religions.
  177. Religious beliefs evolved by group-selection, tribe competing against tribe, and the illogic of religions is not a weakness but their essential strength.
  178. Religious faith, like political belief, should be based on reasoning, on the development of thought and feelings. The two things are inseparable.
  179. Religious persecution may shield itself under the guise of a mistaken and over-zealous piety.
  180. Religious traditions are easy to lose sight of in today’s marketing frenzy. Make sure you take time to gently usher your little ones into the rituals that have special meaning for you.
  181. Relish everything that’s inside of you, the imperfections, the darkness, the richness and light and everything. And that makes for a full life.
  182. Remarketing is targeting ads to people who’ve already visited:
  183. Remember always that you not only have the right to be an individual, you have an obligation to be one.
  184. Remember happiness doesn’t depend upon who you are or what you have; it depends solely on what you think.
  185. Remember, if you ever need a helping hand, it’s at the end of your arm, as you get older, remember you have another hand: The first is to help yourself, the second is to help others.
  186. Remember kids, I have life insurance.
  187. Remember, many Republicans didn’t vote for Mitt Romney. He didn’t inspire people.
  188. Remember not only to say the right thing in the right place, but far more difficult still, to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the tempting moment.
  189. Remember, people will judge you by your actions, not your intentions. You may have a heart of gold–but so does a hard-boiled egg.
  190. Remember, sex is like a Chinese dinner. It ain’t over ’til you both get your cookie.
  191. Remember that a gesture of friendship, no matter how small, is always appreciated.
  192. Remember that breath walking – as with any meditation technique – should not be pursued with a grim determination to ‘get it right.’ The point is to cultivate openness, relaxation and awareness, which can include awareness of your undisciplined, wandering mind.
  193. Remember that children, marriages, and flower gardens reflect the kind of care they get.
  194. Remember that creating a successful marriage is like farming: you have to start over again every morning.
  195. Remember that credit is money.
  196. Remember that life’s big changes rarely give advance warning.
  197. Remember that no relationship is a total waste of time. You can always learn something about yourself.
  198. Remember that the happiest people are not those getting more, but those giving more.
  199. Remember that the most valuable antiques are dear old friends.
  200. Remember the Alamo!
  201. Remember tonight… for it is the beginning of always.
  202. Remember upon the conduct of each depends the fate of all.
  203. Remember, you can always stoop and pick up nothing.
  204. Remember you don’t do anything in isolation.
  205. Remembering that I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool I’ve ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything – all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure – these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important.
  206. Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart.
  207. Remembrance and reflection how allied. What thin partitions divides sense from thought.
  208. Renunciation remains sorrow, though a sorrow borne willingly.
  209. Repartee is something we think of twenty-four hours too late.
  210. Repeal the Missouri Compromise – repeal all compromises – repeal the Declaration of Independence – repeal all past history, you still cannot repeal human nature. It will be the abundance of man’s heart that slavery extension is wrong; and out of the abundance of his heart, his mouth will continue to speak.
  211. Repeatedly opening the oven – or worse, taking out the turkey to baste it – slows down the momentum of cooking.
  212. Representative institutions are as much a part of the true Briton as his language and his literature.
  213. Representative Spencer Bachus is one of the only people I know from Alabama. I bet I’m the only socialist he knows.
  214. Republicans and blacks had an unlikely alliance around ‘max black’ after the 1990 census. By concentrating black voters in some districts, the strategy elected a record number of black congressmen in 1992. But the remaining ‘bleached’ districts were more likely to elect white Republicans.
  215. Republicans are for both the man and the dollar, but in case of conflict the man before the dollar.
  216. Republicans believe every day is the Fourth of July, but the democrats believe every day is April 15.
  217. Republicans have been accused of abandoning the poor. It’s the other way around. They never vote for us.
  218. Republicans understand the importance of bondage between a mother and child.
  219. Republicans – well, we’re all part of the same family. We need to have some good disagreements with each other; we need to debate, but in the end, it’s all about uniting, not dividing.
  220. Republics decline into democracies and democracies degenerate into despotisms.
  221. Reputation is an idle and most false imposition; oft got without merit, and lost without deserving.
  222. Research for a client who owns used car dealerships shows that people who visit his website also visit certain popular car blogs. Which targeting method would you use to reach these people?
  223. Research has shown that the best way to be happy is to make each day happy.
  224. Research is four things: brains with which to think, eyes with which to see, machines with which to measure and, fourth, money.
  225. Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought.
  226. Research shows that mobile users expect to:
  227. Research shows that there is only half as much variation in student achievement between schools as there is among classrooms in the same school. If you want your child to get the best education possible, it is actually more important to get him assigned to a great teacher than to a great school.
  228. Resentment seems to have been given us by nature for a defense, and for a defense only! It is the safeguard of justice and the security of innocence.
  229. Resistance to the organized mass can be effected only by the man who is as well organized in his individuality as the mass itself.
  230. Resort is had to ridicule only when reason is against us.
  231. Resources with responses that are ______ for all users are great candidates to be cached by a CDN.
  232. Respect all manner of men regardless of their station in life. Compassion is one of the greatest virtues.
  233. Respect is one of life’s greatest treasures. I mean, what does it all add up to if you don’t have that?
  234. Respect the masterpiece. It is true reverence to man. There is no quality so great, none so much needed now.
  235. Respect your efforts, respect yourself. Self-respect leads to self-discipline. When you have both firmly under your belt, that’s real power.
  236. Respond intelligently even to unintelligent treatment.
  237. Responsibility is the price of freedom.
  238. Responsive design serves the same HTML for one URL and uses CSS media queries to determine how the content is rendered on the client side.
  239. Restaurants and chefs have become followed by such a broad swath of the public, in a way that used to be reserved for sports stars, movie stars, and theater actors. Restaurants are in the firmament of today’s common culture.
  240. Restaurants are like kids. You hope you understand their innate gifts, and then you let them realize their aspirations.
  241. Restaurants serve huge portions on even huger platters, and people are tempted to eat too much.
  242. Restaurants with small courses that give the customer choices, and that don’t obligate them to spend a fortune, are going to do very well.
  243. Restorers of paintings and pottery follow a code of conduct in their work to distinguish the original material from what they are adding later.
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  250. Retaliation is related to nature and instinct, not to law. Law, by definition, cannot obey the same rules as nature.
  251. Return on investment (ROI) information can help you manage a client’s campaign by helping you determine how to:
  252. Reunited with strawberry, raspberry and blueberry, I am berry, berry happy to be back working with JELL-O.
  253. Revenge is a kind of wild justice, which the more a man’s nature runs to, the more ought law to weed it out.
  254. Revenge is sweet and not fattening.
  255. Revenge, lust, ambition, pride, and self-will are too often exalted as the gods of man’s idolatry; while holiness, peace, contentment, and humility are viewed as unworthy of a serious thought.
  256. Reverence for life affords me my fundamental principle of morality.
  257. Reverence for life is the highest court of appeal.
  258. Reversing your treatment of the man you have wronged is better than asking his forgiveness.
  259. Reviews condition people. At the end of the day, a lot of human minds are malleable. They can be easily shaped with strong words.
  260. Revolution is not something fixed in ideology, nor is it something fashioned to a particular decade. It is a perpetual process embedded in the human spirit.
  261. Revolution, n. In politics, an abrupt change in the form of misgovernment.
  262. Revolutions are of no us;, it is necessary to work on transforming the brain: on sowing a different knowledge/awareness, on creating a new conscience, that is like a magic box full of brains.
  263. Revolutions are something you see only in retrospect.
  264. Revolutions go not backward.
  265. Rhetoric is a poor substitute for action, and we have trusted only to rhetoric. If we are really to be a great nation, we must not merely talk; we must act big.
  266. Rhetoric may be defined as the faculty of observing in any given case the available means of persuasion. This is not a function of any other art.
  267. Rhythm is God. I think, without rhythm, you can’t create – there is no art.
  268. Rhythm is something you either have or don’t have, but when you have it, you have it all over.
  269. Rich countries can afford to overpay for things.
  270. Rich Mullins was the uneasy conscience of Christian music. He didn’t live like a star. He’d taken a vow of poverty so that what he earned could be used to help others.
  271. Rich people don’t pay taxes? Of course they pay taxes – they pay tons in taxes. They pay for everyone else who doesn’t pay taxes.
  272. Richard Burton came from the same town as me, so I thought I’d follow my nose, and follow my luck. I think I’ve been very lucky.
  273. Riches are a good hand maiden, but a poor mistress.
  274. Riches don’t make a man rich, they only make him busier.
  275. Riches have never fascinated me, unless combined with the greatest charm or distinction.
  276. Ricky is an online golf equipment merchant who just created a new Google Merchant Center account. When Ricky creates his first data feed, he must add unique product identifiers for his products. Which combination of ‘gtin,’ ‘mpn,’ and ‘brand’ is valid?
  277. Ridicule is the tribute paid to the genius by the mediocrities.
  278. Right before I decided to come out, I went on a spiritual retreat called ‘Changing the Inner Dialogue of Your Subconscious Mind.’ I’d never been to anything like it before, and all my friends were taking bets on how long I’d last with no TV, no radio, no phone. But for me that was the beginning of paying attention to all the little things.
  279. Right discipline consists, not in external compulsion, but in the habits of mind which lead spontaneously to desirable rather than undesirable activities.
  280. Right from the outset, the prevailing mindset in British comics fandom was a radical and progressive one. We were all proto-hippies, and we all thought that comics would be greatly improved if everything was a bit psychedelic like Jim Steranko.
  281. Right now, I love the fact that I have so many opportunities, but I know this privileged position cannot last. That doesn’t mean that I’ll stop working. I picture myself as an old actress doing cameos in films with people saying: ‘Isn’t that that Bening woman?’
  282. Right now I’d say my favorite fashion designer is Zac Posen.
  283. Right now, I’m following the Buddhist principle: Smile as abuse is hurled your way and this too shall pass.
  284. Right now, I’m not really thinking about marriage.
  285. Right now I’m singing along to books on tape. I typically pop in something like Stephen King’s ‘The Stand,’ and I love singing along to that kind of stuff.
  286. Right now I’m working on the back handspring.
  287. Right or Wrong is always dependent on the context.
  288. Right when I started in show… Milton Berle was my first idol. When I was a kid, I went to see Milton at Lowe’s State, and I never laughed so much, and I said, ‘That’s who I want to be; that’s what I want to be.’
  289. Rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others. I do not add ‘within the limits of the law’ because law is often but the tyrant’s will, and always so when it violates the rights of the individual.
  290. Rights are not a matter of numbers – and there can be no such thing, in law or in morality, as actions forbidden to an individual, but permitted to a mob.
  291. Rights that do not flow from duty well performed are not worth having.
  292. Ring out the false, ring in the true.
  293. Rio was always going to be on the schedule for me, whether I had won in London or not. Triathlon is one of those sports where the Olympics is always the most important and the most interesting race, and I always wanted to have a crack at Rio and defend my title.
  294. Rioting is a childish way of trying to be a man, but it takes time to rise out of the hell of hatred and frustration and accept that to be a man you don’t have to riot.
  295. ‘Rise Up’ is definitely my baby. I think it was a gift because, you know, it’s like God just spoke to me and wrote that song. It’s very powerful.
  296. Rising interest rates are considered bad for stocks because they raise the cost of doing business and depress corporate earnings and because higher yields make bonds relatively more attractive than stocks to investors.
  297. Ritual is another word for fear, manifested in a different way.
  298. Rituals are important. Nowadays it’s hip not to be married. I’m not interested in being hip.
  299. Rivers, ponds, lakes and streams – they all have different names, but they all contain water. Just as religions do – they all contain truths.
  300. Road trips to me are just such an escape. You listen to your music, and you roll the windows down. You’re usually going to somewhere fun.
  301. Roaring like a tiger turns some children into pianists who debut at Carnegie Hall but only crushes others. Coddling gives some the excuse to fail and others the chance to succeed.
  302. Robert Ludlum, all of them, write the absolute best they can. You can’t tone it down. You just do what you do, and if it comes out literary, so be it.
  303. Robert M. Morgenthau, the Manhattan district attorney, has seen a few financial schemes in his time. As the lead local prosecutor in the world’s financial capital, he has battled frauds like the Bank of Credit and Commerce International, which stole billions of dollars from investors worldwide.
  304. Rock and roll music, if you like it, if you feel it, you can’t help but move to it. That’s what happens to me. I can’t help it.’
  305. Rock gives children, on a silver platter, with all the public authority of the entertainment industry, everything their parents always used to tell them they had to wait for until they grew up and would understand later.
  306. ‘Rock n’ Roll Animal,’ the live album, is one of the greatest live albums out there. It was a huge influence on me.
  307. Rock n’ roll is for the young idiots, not an old fart like me.
  308. Rock n’ roll seems like it’s faded away sometimes, but it will never die.
  309. Rock ‘n Roll: The most brutal, ugly, desperate, vicious form of expression it has been my misfortune to hear.
  310. Rock stars aren’t crapped out of the sky.
  311. Rocker dudes don’t have a lot of swagger.
  312. ‘Rocket Science’ is really where I fell in love with filmmaking, I think ‘Camp’ was incredible, but it was so bizarre, and I was trying to find my footing in this world where you don’t have an audience for immediate validation.
  313. Rockets are cool. There’s no getting around that.
  314. Roman civilization had achieved, within the bounds of its technology, relatively as great a mastery of time and space as we have achieved today.
  315. Romance is sort of an island right next to care. When you care about someone and you listen to them and you hear them and you can feel them and you know just what’s right, and generally it’s something that will be very unimpressive to a room of strangers.
  316. Romance isn’t measured by how viral your proposal goes. The Internet age may try to sell you something different, but don’t ever forget that viral is closely associated with sickness – so don’t ever make being viral your goal.
  317. Romance should never begin with sentiment. It should begin with science and end with a settlement.
  318. Romantic art deals with the exception and with the individual. Good people, belonging as they do to the normal, and so, commonplace type, are artistically uninteresting.
  319. Romantic love, or sex, is the only good thing in a life that is being lived in a dark way.
  320. Romantic poetry had its heyday when people like Lord Byron were kicking it large. But you try and make a living as a poet today, and you’ll find it’s very different!
  321. Romanticizing the act of writing or any other art is not very helpful to the artist or the art. It’s much better if one simply does.
  322. Rome wasn’t built in a day.
  323. Romeo is the most misunderstood character in literature, I think. He’s hardcore to play because he’s displaying the characteristics of Hamlet at the beginning, and, well, then everything else happens.
  324. Romeo Must Die came at the right time. It was the right vehicle for me.
  325. Romney and Ryan would do a much better job running the country, and that’s what everybody needs to know.
  326. Ronald Reagan became, you know, not only a Republican but a pretty conservative Republican – not the most. But a pretty conservative Republican. And he’s somebody that I actually knew and liked. And he liked me. And I worked with him and helped him.
  327. Ronald Reagan said that he sought a Star Wars defense only in order to share the technology with the tyrants of the U.S.S.R.
  328. Ronald Reagan used to alarm his Soviet counterparts by saying that surely they’d both unite against an invasion from Mars.
  329. Ronald Reagan used to alarm other constituencies by speaking freely about the End Times foreshadowed in the Bible.
  330. Room service is great if you want to pay $500 for a club sandwich.
  331. Roots is not just a saga of my family. It is the symbolic saga of a people.
  332. Rose Adams is a wonderful Christian woman who cared for my mother, Morrow Coffey Graham, in her last years of life.
  333. Rose is the most beautiful flower – it and tuberose are my favourites.
  334. Routines may include taking a warm bath or a relaxing walk in the evening, or practicing meditation/relaxation exercises. Psychologically, the completion of such a practice tells your mind and body that the day’s work is over and you are free to relax and sleep.
  335. Roxanne’s online estate-jewelry sales are lagging despite running a great text ad. What else might she do to drive sales?
  336. ‘Royal Beatings’ was my first story, and it was published in 1977. But I sent all my early stories to ‘The New Yorker’ in the 1950s, and then I stopped sending for a long time and sent only to magazines in Canada. ‘The New Yorker’ sent me nice notes, though – penciled, informal messages. They never signed them. They weren’t terribly encouraging.
  337. ‘Rozabal’ was theological while ‘Chanakya’ is political. Unlike ‘Rozabal,’ which was about research, the aim of ‘Chanakya’ is plot, plot, plot, which carries the character. The common DNA, of course, is history.
  338. RSS, as a format and an idea, grew directly out of an internet culture that many people online today know nothing about: Usenet.
  339. Ruins, for me, are the beginning. With the debris, you can construct new ideas. They are symbols of a beginning.
  340. Rum, n. Generically, fiery liquors that produce madness in total abstainers.
  341. Run away from greatness and greatness will follow you.
  342. Run away from laziness; work hard. Touch intuition and listen to the heart, not marketing directors. Dream.
  343. Run for your life from any man who tells you that money is evil. That sentence is the leper’s bell of an approaching looter.
  344. Run to meet the future or it’s going to run you down.
  345. Running taught me valuable lessons. In cross-country competition, training counted more than intrinsic ability, and I could compensate for a lack of natural aptitude with diligence and discipline. I applied this in everything I did.
  346. Rush Holt would be a fine senator. He’s an actual physicist, which is neat. He cares very strongly about global warming, which is probably the single most pressing issue of our era.
  347. Russia has nothing: no successful politics or economy.
  348. Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.
  349. ‘Russian Ark,’ I adore – I almost cried at the end of that film, it’s so beautiful.
  350. Ruth is going to sell products that Google considers adult-oriented. How should she label her content?
  351. Ryan’s shoe store sells a variety of shoes. His “active shoes” campaign is reaching the daily budget cap by the early afternoon. What should Ryan do to get more traffic for his products?

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