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  1. Sabbath – a weekly festival having its origin in the fact that God made the world in six days and was arrested on the seventh.
  2. Sabotage did not involve loss of life, and it offered the best hope for future race relations. Bitterness would be kept to a minimum and, if the policy bore fruit, democratic government could become a reality.
  3. Sacred cows make the tastiest hamburger.
  4. Sad music, I always thought, is more beautiful than other music. But at the same time, I am in my personal life a very happy guy. I have a sense of humor. I am not the kind of depressed guy all the time brooding. No. I am very enthusiastic about things.
  5. Saddam Hussein is a homicidal dictator who is addicted to weapons of mass destruction.
  6. Sadism is not an infectious disease that strikes a person all of a sudden. It has a long prehistory in childhood and always originates in the desperate fantasies of a child who is searching for a way out of a hopeless situation.
  7. Sadly, Indians are not very easily accepted in Pakistan, and that has a lot to do with the governments.
  8. Sadly, of course, there is real evil in the world. You watch the news, and you see all of the people suffering and so much cruelty.
  9. Sadness is but a wall between two gardens.
  10. Safe care saves lives and saves money. Adverse events like high levels of infection, blood clots or falls in hospital, emergency readmissions and pressure sores cost the NHS billions of pounds every year. There is a serious human cost, too, with patients ending up injured, or even dead. Most are avoidable with the right care.
  11. Safeguarding the rights of others is the most noble and beautiful end of a human being.
  12. Safety from external danger is the most powerful director of national conduct. Even the ardent love of liberty will, after a time, give way to its dictates.
  13. Sailed this day nineteen leagues, and determined to count less than the true number, that the crew might not be dismayed if the voyage should prove long.
  14. Saint: A dead sinner revised and edited.
  15. Saints need sinners.
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  17. Salim-Sulaiman have always been my favourite. It’s just an absolute pleasure working with them, and there’s always something new you get to learn just by sitting in their studio and absorbing all that’s happening around you.
  18. Sally Field looks amazing in general, never mind her age! She’s a phenomenally talented actress and has had a career spanning so many decades.
  19. Sally is promoting her online store that sells vintage goods and custom artwork. What does she need to include for unique product identifiers?
  20. Salvation for a race, nation or class must come from within.
  21. Salvation is from our side a choice, from the divine side it is a seizing upon, an apprehending, a conquest by the Most High God. Our ‘accepting’ and ‘willing’ are reactions rather than actions. The right of determination must always remain with God.
  22. Sam Cooke had a huge influence on me. He left the gospel field at one point and went into the secular, and he had this huge hit, ‘You Send Me.’ Irma, my older sister, and I heard ‘You Send Me’ on the radio while we were driving through the South one night. We had to stop the car. We got out and danced around the car out on the highway.
  23. Same-sex marriage is not the final nail in the coffin for traditional marriage. It is just another road sign toward the substitution of government for God. Every moral discussion now pits the wisest moral arbiters among us – the Supreme Court, President Obama – against traditional religion.
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  85. Samuel Johnson called it the vanity of human wishes, and Buddhists talk about the endless cycle of desire. Social psychologists say we get trapped on a hedonic treadmill. What they all mean is that we wish, plan and work for things that we think will make us happy, but when we finally get them, we aren’t nearly as happy as we thought we’d be.
  86. Sanctions and boycotts would be tied to serious political dialogue.
  87. Sanctions are not really an economic weapon.
  88. Santa happens.
  89. ‘Santa Monica’ was a big song, and I always knew it would be radio friendly. But it’s not a defining song for me, though for a lot of people it is.
  90. ‘Santa Sangre’ is the picture I love the best, myself, because ‘El Topo’ and ‘The Holy Mountain’ I made with my head, and ‘Santa Sangre’ I made with my feelings, with my heart. It’s an emotional picture. And it’s more real for me, that picture.
  91. Sarah Palin may best serve her country by entering the media fray.
  92. Sarcasm is weird. Even not in acting, in life I feel like ‘sarcastic’ is a word that people use to describe me sometimes so when I meet someone, it’s almost like they feel like they have to also be sarcastic, but it can sometimes just come off as mean if it’s not used in the right way.
  93. Sarcasm: the last refuge of modest and chaste-souled people when the privacy of their soul is coarsely and intrusively invaded.
  94. Satan is wiser now than before, and tempts by making rich instead of poor.
  95. Satan, the leader or dictator of devils, is the opposite, not of God, but of Michael.
  96. Satisfaction come at the cost of desire.
  97. Satisfaction consists in freedom from pain, which is the positive element of life.
  98. Satisfaction is the death of desire.
  99. Satisfaction lies in the effort, not in the attainment, full effort is full victory.
  100. Saudi Arabia has proved to be the growth engine for Wipro.
  101. Saudi Arabia makes a billion dollars a day, okay? They make a billion dollars a day.
  102. Savages we call them because their manners differ from ours.
  103. Saving faith is an immediate relation to Christ, accepting, receiving, resting upon Him alone, for justification, sanctification, and eternal life by virtue of God’s grace.
  104. Savvy companies are quietly changing up their boards of directors and teams, and this is giving them better collective intelligence, more community admiration, and better financial results.
  105. Say not, ‘I have found the truth,’ but rather, ‘I have found a truth.’
  106. Say not that honor is the child of boldness, nor believe thou that the hazard of life alone can pay the price of it: it is not to the action that it is due, but to the manner of performing it.
  107. Say something stupid and your name will be remembered for forever and a day.
  108. Say something wise and your name will live forever.
  109. Say there’s a white kid who lives in a nice home, goes to an all-white school, and is pretty much having everything handed to him on a platter – for him to pick up a rap tape is incredible to me, because what that’s saying is that he’s living a fantasy life of rebellion.
  110. Say ‘Toronto’ or ‘Ontario,’ and the immediate thought associations are with a somewhat blander version of North America: a United States with a welfare regime and a more polite street etiquette, and the additionally reassuring visage of Queen Elizabeth on the currency.
  111. Say what you mean, mean what you say.
  112. Say yes to everything.
  113. Saying nothing… sometimes says the most.
  114. Saying the Tech Bloom is not commercially driven is like saying Mother Teresa had an interest in the poor.
  115. Scales always lie. They don’t make a scale that ever told the truth about value, about worth, about significance.
  116. ‘Scary Movie’ was a different type of comedy than I’m used to. I’ve mostly done sitcoms, so working with David Zucker, who wrote the film and who directed the last two ‘Scary Movie’s and ‘Airplane’ and ‘Naked Gun,’ was a lot of help.
  117. Scenario: The Google Merchandise Store recently launched a mobile responsive website and started a few new ad campaigns. When looking at their overall traffic in Google Analytics, they noticed that they have a bounce rate of 85%. Which of the following dimensions would be useful when analyzing their traffic to determine the cause of this high bounce rate?
  118. Scholastic learning and polemical divinity retarded the growth of all true knowledge.
  119. School-leavers unfortunately will come away thinking the First World War consisted simply of ‘going over the top’ on the Western Front to slaughter in no-man’s-land, when the conflict extended so much further, to the collapse of four empires and numerous civil wars.
  120. ‘School of Rock’ is fun. Hopefully, I’ve fleshed it out with a few catchy songs and kept the spirit of the original movie.
  121. School was hard for me. If there had been a school for the creative arts, I might have thrived, but… I needed that creative outlet so much. Also, I’m just bad with numbers.
  122. Schools are really, really important. It gives you access to every kid in the country. It gives you a massive pool of people to see who might be talented at different sports. It allows kids to try sports. Kids can be inspired all they want, but if they can’t go out and try a sport, then it’s no good.
  123. Science and religion are the two most powerful forces in the world. Having them at odds… is not productive.
  124. Science can lift people out of poverty and cure disease. That, in turn, will reduce civil unrest.
  125. Science does not know its debt to imagination.
  126. Science fiction is exciting because it promises to show the world and the universe from perspectives radically unlike what we’ve seen before.
  127. Science has a culture that is inherently cautious and that is normally not a bad thing. You could even say conservative, because of the peer review process and because the scientific method prizes uncertainty and penalises anyone who goes out on any sort of a limb that is not held in place by abundant and well-documented evidence.
  128. Science has explained nothing; the more we know the more fantastic the world becomes and the profounder the surrounding darkness.
  129. Science has not yet taught us if madness is or is not the sublimity of the intelligence.
  130. Science has revealed that the human body is made up of millions and millions of atoms… For example, I am made up of 5.8×10 27 atoms.
  131. Science has to be understood in its broadest sense, as a method for comprehending all observable reality, and not merely as an instrument for acquiring specialized knowledge.
  132. Science investigates; religion interprets. Science gives man knowledge which is power; religion gives man wisdom which is control.
  133. Science is a beautiful gift to humanity; we should not distort it.
  134. Science is a differential equation. Religion is a boundary condition.
  135. Science is a way of thinking much more than it is a body of knowledge.
  136. Science is a wonderful thing if one does not have to earn one’s living at it.
  137. Science is always discovering odd scraps of magical wisdom and making a tremendous fuss about its cleverness.
  138. Science is beautiful when it makes simple explanations of phenomena or connections between different observations. Examples include the double helix in biology and the fundamental equations of physics.
  139. Science is but an image of the truth.
  140. Science is global. Einstein’s equation, E=mc2, has to reach everywhere. Science is a beautiful gift to humanity, we should not distort it. Science does not differentiate between multiple races.
  141. Science is increasingly answering questions that used to be the province of religion.
  142. Science is not only a disciple of reason but, also, one of romance and passion.
  143. Science is telling us that we can do phenomenal things if we put our minds and our resources to it.
  144. Science is the great antidote to the poison of enthusiasm and superstition.
  145. Science is what you know, philosophy is what you don’t know.
  146. Science may have found a cure for most evils; but it has found no remedy for the worst of them all – the apathy of human beings.
  147. Science never solves a problem without creating ten more.
  148. Science predicts that many different kinds of universe will be spontaneously created out of nothing. It is a matter of chance which we are in.
  149. Science regards man as an aggregation of atoms temporarily united by a mysterious force called the life-principle. To the materialist, the only difference between a living and a dead body is that in the one case that force is active, in the other latent.
  150. Science requires a society because even people who are trying to be good thinkers love their own thoughts and theories – much of the debugging has to be done by others.
  151. Science stands for rational thought, faith for superstition and unreason.
  152. Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.
  153. Scientific progress goes “Boink”.
  154. Scientific thought and the miraculous unconscious are two waves in the same ocean.
  155. Scientists and philosophers tend to treat knowledge, imagination and love as if they were all very separate parts of human nature. But when it comes to children, all three are deeply entwined. Children learn the truth by imagining all the ways the world could be, and testing those possibilities.
  156. Scientists are peeping toms at the keyhole of eternity.
  157. Scientists have become the bearers of the torch of discovery in our quest for knowledge.
  158. Scientists learn about the world in three ways: They analyze statistical patterns in the data, they do experiments, and they learn from the data and ideas of other scientists. The recent studies show that children also learn in these ways.
  159. Scientists search for truth. Philosophers search for morality. A criminal trial searches for only one result: proof beyond a reasonable doubt.
  160. Scoring a goal in a World Cup was my dream as a little girl. I didn’t really dream of being in ‘Maxim’ when I was 5.
  161. Scrambled eggs are so simple, but they don’t wait or taste better cold!
  162. Scratch a Yale man with both hands and you’ll be lucky to find a coast-guard. Usually you find nothing at all.
  163. Scripts were rather scarce in 1968. We did a lot of Amiri Baraka’s plays, the agitprop stuff he was writing. It was at a time when black student organizations were active on the campuses, so we were invited to the colleges around Pittsburgh and Ohio, and even as far away as Jackson, Mississippi.
  164. Scripture is filled with examples of men and women whom God used late in life, often with great impact – men and women who refused to use old age as an excuse to ignore what God wanted them to do.
  165. Sculpture is the art of the hole and the lump.
  166. Sculpture occupies the same space as your body.
  167. Seabeck is slow to change.
  168. Search engines are able to index websites based on IP instead of name.
  169. Search terms report data shows that people who click on ads promoting your prescription glasses were searching for terms like “wine glasses” and “drinking glasses.” Which might you add as negative keywords to prevent your ads from showing on such searches?
  170. Search well and be wise, nor believe that self-willed pride will ever be better than good counsel.
  171. Searching for music is like searching for God. They’re very similar. There’s an effort to reclaim the unmentionable, the unsayable, the unseeable, the unspeakable, all those things, comes into being a composer and to writing music and to searching for notes and pieces of musical information that don’t exist.
  172. Seattle’s support system got me through those early, difficult years. It was a very funky, very friendly, very relaxed place that had it all for a writer.
  173. Second to agriculture, humbug is the biggest industry of our age.
  174. Secrets are things we give to others to keep for us.
  175. Secular humanists can sit around and talk about their love of humanity, but it doesn’t stack up against a two-millennium-old funeral high mass.
  176. Secular thinkers have a separation between thinking and doing. They don’t have a grasp of the balance sheet. The doers are selling us potted plants and pizzas while the thinkers are a little bit unworldly. Religions both think and do.
  177. Secularism will not work in Egypt any more than theocracy. What will work is governance that is guided by the Islamic values of the majority with protection of the minority rights.
  178. Security guys break the Mac every single day. Every single day, they come out with a total exploit; your machine can be taken over totally.
  179. Security is, I would say, our top priority because for all the exciting things you will be able to do with computers – organizing your lives, staying in touch with people, being creative – if we don’t solve these security problems, then people will hold back.
  180. Security is mostly a superstition. It does not exist in nature, nor do the children of men as a whole experience it. Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. Life is either a daring adventure, or nothing.
  181. Seduction is often difficult to distinguish from rape. In seduction, the rapist often bothers to buy a bottle of wine.
  182. See, a painting is much cheaper than making a film. And photography is, you know, way cheap. So if I get an idea for a film, there are many ways to get it together and go realise that film. There’s really nothing to be afraid of.
  183. See any detour as an opportunity to experience new things.
  184. See first, think later, then test. But always see first. Otherwise, you will only see what you were expecting. Most scientists forget that.
  185. See ya later, alligator! After a while, crocodile!
  186. See ya, wouldn’t wanna be ya.
  187. See you some other never.
  188. Seed stage is an investment area that is really important for early stage startups. It feels like there is a need for trusted, experienced people to work with and to guide startups at this level.
  189. Seeing a murder on television can help work off one’s antagonisms. And if you haven’t any antagonisms, the commercials will give you some.
  190. Seeing is believing.
  191. Seeing is not always believing.
  192. Seeing much, suffering much, and studying much, are the three pillars of learning.
  193. Seeing yourself in print is such an amazing concept: you can get so much attention without having to actually show up somewhere… You don’t have to dress up, for instance, and you can’t hear them boo you right away.
  194. Seek always to do some good, somewhere. Every man has to seek in his own way to realize his true worth. You must give some time to your fellow man. For remember, you don’t live in a world all your own. Your brothers are here too.
  195. Seek and you shall find.
  196. Seek simplicity but distrust it.
  197. Seek ye first the good things of the mind, and the rest will either be supplied or its loss will not be felt.
  198. Seeking can become stressful when you apply the same laws that you apply in the material world – hard work, exacting plans, driving ambition, and attachment to outcome.
  199. Seemingly, man has learned to live without God, preoccupied and indifferent toward Him and concerned only about material security and pleasure.
  200. Segments are applied before sampling in reports.
  201. Segments are subsets of your Analytics data. Which of the following are not true of Analytics segments?
  202. Select the correct line of HTML that activates the phone app of a mobile device.
  203. Select the one way NOT to track app conversions.
  204. Selective Biblical quotation is a favorite of leftists who interpret the Bible the same way they do the Constitution: as a Chinese menu designed to allow picking and choosing. That’s because when many Democrats take the Bible as a whole, they realize how much they despise it.
  205. Self-awareness is not just relaxation and not just meditation. It must combine relaxation with activity and dynamism. Technology can aid that.
  206. Self-awareness is value-free. It isn’t scary. It doesn’t imply that you will subject yourself to needless pain.
  207. Self-centered indulgence, pride and a lack of shame over sin are now emblems of the American lifestyle.
  208. Self-conceit may lead to self destruction.
  209. Self-control means wanting to be effective at some random point in the infinite radiations of my spiritual existence.
  210. Self-development is a higher duty than self-sacrifice.
  211. Self do, self have.
  212. Self-driving cars are the natural extension of active safety and obviously something we should do.
  213. Self-esteem comes quietly, like the truth.
  214. Self-esteem is the greatest sickness known to man or woman because it’s conditional.
  215. Self-pity comes so naturally to all of us. The most solid happiness can be shaken by the compassion of a fool.
  216. Self-pity in its early stage is as snug as a feather mattress. Only when it hardens does it become uncomfortable.
  217. Self-pity is never useful. It tends to distort like a fun-house mirror.
  218. Self-pity is our worst enemy and if we yield to it, we can never do anything wise in this world.
  219. Self-plagiarism is style.
  220. Self-respect is the fruit of discipline; the sense of dignity grows with the ability to say no to oneself.
  221. Self-respect knows no considerations.
  222. Self-reverence, self-knowledge, self-control; these three alone lead one to sovereign power.
  223. Self-sacrifice enables us to sacrifice other people without blushing.
  224. Self-will in the man who does not reckon wisely is by itself the weakest of all things.
  225. Selfishness is not living as one wishes to live, it is asking others to live as one wishes to live.
  226. Sell yourself first, if you want to sell anything.
  227. Selling an electric sports car creates an opportunity to fundamentally change the way America drives.
  228. ‘Selma’ is a story about voice – the voice of a great leader; the voice of a community that triumphs despite turmoil; and the voice of a nation striving to grow into a better society. I hope the film reminds us that all voices are valuable and worthy of being heard.
  229. Sen. Rand Paul is a Different Kind of Republican. He will drag the party, kicking and screaming, toward a new kind of conservatism that appeals more to today’s youth, who embrace liberty and are skeptical of foreign intervention.
  230. Senate Republicans have engaged in a record number of filibusters and other obstructionist tactics.
  231. Senator Kerry has been in Washington long enough to take both sides on just about every issue.
  232. Senator McCain is Israel’s most unconditional ally in Mossad’s machinations, something that even his worst adversaries would have been able to imagine. McCain participated alongside this secret service in the creation of the Islamic State, which has appropriated a considerable part of Iraq as well as a third of Syria, according to its affirmations.
  233. Senator Wyden continues to be the Senate’s truest champion of an open Internet.
  234. Send forth the child and childish man together, and blush for the pride that libels our own old happy state, and gives its title to an ugly and distorted image.
  235. Sending the right email to the right person is about creating the right content with the right context. Which of the following is MOST useful in determining an email’s context?
  236. ‘Senna’ took five years, ‘Amy’ took three years. You try and say, ‘Look, there’s no deadline.’ That’s important. Just saying, ‘We’ve got to make the film. And once the film’s ready, it will be out there.’
  237. Sensitivity and money are like parallel lines. They don’t meet.
  238. Sensual love deceives one as to the nature of heavenly love; it could not do so alone, but since it unconsciously has the element of heavenly love within it, it can do so.
  239. Sensual pleasures have the fleeting brilliance of a comet; a happy marriage has the tranquillity of a lovely sunset.
  240. Separation of power says the judiciary committee is supposed to confirm qualified judges and then what the Supreme Court does, that is their function, not my function.
  241. September 11 happened, and all my friends were like, ‘Let’s join the military!’ and I was the only one who actually did.
  242. Sequels are desperate.
  243. Sequoia is a firm that a lot of people across tech and the Valley look to, and I think they’re setting an important example in adding new diversity to their team.
  244. Sergeant Bergdahl may have broken any number of military laws.
  245. Serial novels have an unexpected effect; they hook the writer as well as the reader.
  246. Serious illness doesn’t bother me for long because I am too inhospitable a host.
  247. Seriously, ‘Honey Boo Boo’ is the decay of Western civilization. Just because so many people watch the show doesn’t mean it’s good.
  248. Seriously. I’m not very bright, and it takes a lot for me to get a concept – to really get a concept. To get it enough that it becomes part of me. But when it happens I get real excited about it.
  249. Seriously, who really cares how long the Nile river is, or who was the first to discover cheese? How is memorizing that ever going to help anyone? Instead, we need to give kids projects that allow them to exercise their minds and discover things for themselves.
  250. Seriously, women have a level of outward compassion that a lot of men don’t necessarily have. Guys feel as deeply as women, but they don’t share it as much. Learning how to do that more has been a valuable add.
  251. Seriousness is the only refuge of the shallow.
  252. Service dogs raise their masters’ sense of well-being.
  253. Service is how product is delivered – the technical aspect.
  254. Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth.
  255. Service which is rendered without joy helps neither the servant nor the served. But all other pleasures and possessions pale into nothingness before service which is rendered in a spirit of joy.
  256. Serving up ads based on behavioral targeting can itself be an invasion of privacy, especially when the information used is personal.
  257. Set high standards and few limitations for yourself.
  258. Set in the advertising world of the 1960s, ‘Mad Men’ is stunning to look at – a Camelot-era parade of smartly dressed professionals lounging around on midcentury modern furniture.
  259. Seth Meyers is highly overrated as a comedian.
  260. Setting up Mobile App Analytics requires:
  261. Seven years ago, when I started free soloing long, hard routes in Yosemite – climbing without a rope, gear or a partner – I did it because it seemed like the purest, most elegant way to scale big walls. Climbing, especially soloing, felt like a grand adventure, but I never dreamed it could be a profession.
  262. Several companies have explicit policies against cronyism, with good reason. Hiring a family member simply for a relationship can be troubling and may not necessarily serve a company’s interests. But by and large, financial firms in particular commonly hire people who have certain connections, whether through family or a business relationship.
  263. Several excuses are always less convincing than one.
  264. Several paranoid suspicions occurred to me, the worst of which was that my whole identity was merely a patched-together set of behaviors designed to keep my parents joined to each other – the repertoire of tricks of a small but intelligent dog.
  265. Sevier County is a great area.
  266. Sex is a doorway to something so powerful and mystical, but movies usually depict it in a completely flat way.
  267. Sex is a part of nature. I go along with nature.
  268. Sex is full of lies. The body tries to tell the truth. But, it’s usually too battered with rules to be heard, and bound with pretenses so it can hardly move. We cripple ourselves with lies.
  269. Sex is God’s joke on human beings.
  270. Sex is more exciting on the screen and between the pages than between the sheets.
  271. Sex? Unfortunately, as you get older – and I shouldn’t admit this – there are other things that become more important in your daily life.
  272. Sexiness comes with maturity.
  273. Sexuality is a big issue, but there are others – how much you commit to a relationship, to social obligation, to honesty and being honest with yourself.
  274. Sexuality is one of the ways that we become enlightened, actually, because it leads us to self-knowledge.
  275. Sexy in India is not considered positive. But, with today’s crop of fresh faces in the modelling arena, being sexy is an asset.
  276. Shake Shack started off as a summer hot dog cart in Madison Square Park. It was not meant to be a company – it was completely accidental. It started off as an expression of community building.
  277. Shakespeare didn’t work at all for me.
  278. Shakespeare – I was very influenced – still am – by Shakespeare. I couldn’t believe that a white man in the 16th century could so know my heart.
  279. Shakespeare is a permanent presence in the English letters.
  280. Shakespeare’s plays are more violent than ‘Scarface.’
  281. Shall I not have intelligence with the earth? Am I not partly leaves and vegetable mould myself.
  282. Shall I, that have destroyed my Preservers, return home?
  283. Shallow men believe in luck. Strong men believe in cause and effect.
  284. Shallow understanding from people of good will is more frustrating than absolute misunderstanding from people of ill will.
  285. Shame is the most powerful, master emotion. It’s the fear that we’re not good enough.
  286. Shape your heart to front the hour, but dream not that the hours will last.
  287. Shaquille and I kind of joke we were the Christopher Columbus of social media. We’re kind of out on a boat by ourselves going through these uncharted waters. But it’s become more understood, embraced and accepted, and now it’s pretty much expected by fans for athletes, leagues and teams to be there.
  288. Shared joys make a friend, not shared sufferings.
  289. Shareholder meetings are not usually the occasion for utter candor – or for that matter, arch sarcasm – by chief executives.
  290. Sharing a Custom Report will share the data in that report.
  291. She had lost the art of conversation but not, unfortunately, the power of speech.
  292. She has been more than a mother than me – not much, but definitely more… She’s been an unsolicited stylist, interior decorator and marriage counselor… Admittedly, I found it difficult to share my mother with her adoring fans, who treated her like she was part of their family.
  293. She is a peacock in everything but beauty.
  294. She laughs at everything you say. Why? Because she has fine teeth.
  295. She said ‘I’m by commission. You don’t have to pay anything until you sell anything.’ I said, ‘Well fine. You want to be my agent and not make anything.’ I thought, ‘Boy, is she dumb.’
  296. She said the object and color in the materials around us actually have a physical effect on us, on how we feel.
  297. She was not quite what you would call refined. She was not quite what you would call unrefined. She was the kind of person that keeps a parrot.
  298. She was trusted and valued by her father, loved and courted by all dogs, cats, children, and poor people, and slighted and neglected by everybody else.
  299. She worded it a bit strongly, but I do find myself more and more struck by the differences between the sexes. To put it another way: All marriages are mixed marriages.
  300. She’s an immensely powerful woman, and I just admire my mother very much.
  301. Shift happens.
  302. Shinsuke Nakamura is probably one of the best wrestlers I’ve ever been in the ring with. He’s very unorthodox. Everything he does is with knockout power. He’s a guy who is very flamboyant, so don’t let his Michael Jackson antics fool you. This guy is deadly.
  303. Shit happens.
  304. Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you will still be among the stars.
  305. Shop ’til you drop!
  306. Shopping ads can be targeted to:
  307. Shopping ads should be used for:
  308. Shopping campaigns use:
  309. Short naps are good. Given modern workplace demands, this is not possible for many people – but if you have the option, try napping for ten to twenty minutes in the afternoon, preferably lying down in a darkened room.
  310. Short of hiring a new staff, consider giving subpar workers a chance to improve. Tell them why they’re not measuring up and give them a set amount of time to make specific improvements.
  311. Short ribs in the middle of a hamburger? That was pretty groundbreaking.
  312. Short sellers sell stock they have borrowed, hoping to buy it back later when its price has fallen.
  313. Short words are best and the old words when short are best of all.
  314. ‘Shortcomings’ was me figuring out who I am.
  315. Shorter daylight hours can affect sleep, productivity and state of mind. Light therapy, also known as phototherapy, may help. It uses light boxes emitting full-spectrum light to simulate sunlight.
  316. Shortly after Sisi was elected, his administration announced cuts of ‘subsidies’ on natural gas and energy consumption and lowered those for bread and other goods. Such action was taboo during the Mubarak and Sadat presidencies for over half a century, but Sisi was able to convince Egyptians he was taking necessary action.
  317. Should any political party attempt to abolish social security, unemployment insurance, and eliminate labor laws and farm programs, you would not hear of that party again in our political history.
  318. Should have, would have, could have but didn’t.
  319. Should surveillance be usable for petty crimes like jaywalking or minor drug possession? Or is there a higher threshold for certain information? Those aren’t easy questions.
  320. Should there be cameras everywhere in outdoor streets? My personal view is having cameras in inner cities is a very good thing. In the case of London, petty crime has gone down. They catch terrorists because of it. And if something really bad happens, most of the time you can figure out who did it.
  321. Shoulder the sky, my lad, and drink your ale.
  322. Shouting down and intimidating someone from speaking their mind is not exactly a Vermont town meeting value, nor should it be an American town meeting value.
  323. Show business is my life. When I was a kid I sold insurance, but nobody laughed.
  324. Show me a hero and I’ll write you a tragedy.
  325. Show me a man who lives alone and has a perpetually clean kitchen, and 8 times out of 9 I’ll show you a man with detestable spiritual qualities.
  326. Show me a sane man and I will cure him for you.
  327. Show Republicans a shiny pro-life or pro-marriage issue and they’d much rather address that controversial topic than keep pressing on the tyranny that Obamacare represents.
  328. Showing ‘Get Out’ to a room full of strangers and having them react lets them be introspective and see the way certain images affect other people.
  329. Showing off is the fool’s idea of glory.
  330. Showing your ads on top of the mobile page in search results is beneficial because:
  331. Showrooming refers to:
  332. Shrinking away from death is something unhealthy and abnormal which robs the second half of life of its purpose.
  333. Shyness has a strange element of narcissism, a belief that how we look, how we perform, is truly important to other people.
  334. Siblings are the guarantors that the private childhood world – so unlike the adult world that scientists are only just beginning to understand it – is a fully shared and objective one.
  335. Sick children, if not too shy to speak, will always express this wish. They invariably prefer a story to be told to them, rather than read to them.
  336. Side note: When I dressed up like Harley Quinn on TV a long time ago, everyone was like, ‘Who is that?’ And now she’s got an entire merchandise line.
  337. Silence is a source of great strength.
  338. Silence is a true friend who never betrays.
  339. Silence is golden when you can’t think of a good answer.
  340. Silence is safer than speech.
  341. Silence is the most perfect expression of scorn.
  342. Silence is the mother of truth.
  343. Silence is the sleep that nourishes wisdom.
  344. Silence is the virtue of fools.
  345. Silence is the wit of fools.
  346. Silence is true wisdom’s best reply.
  347. Silicon Valley has evolved a critical mass of engineers and venture capitalists and all the support structure – the law firms, the real estate, all that – that are all actually geared toward being accepting of startups.
  348. Silicon Valley has some of the smartest engineers and technology business people in the world.
  349. Silver and gold are not the only coin; virtue too passes current all over the world.
  350. Simple programming languages are bad because they are easy.
  351. Simple solutions seldom are. It takes a very unusual mind to undertake analysis of the obvious.
  352. Simplicity and repose are the qualities that measure the true value of any work of art.
  353. Simplicity is the most difficult thing to secure in this world; it is the last limit of experience and the last effort of genius.
  354. Simplicity makes me happy.
  355. Simplify, simplify.
  356. ‘Simplifying’ the tax code is a priority mainly for people who make enough money to want to avoid paying taxes, and who make their money by means unorthodox enough to make avoiding taxes possible and desirable.
  357. Simulated disorder postulates perfect discipline; simulated fear postulates courage; simulated weakness postulates strength.
  358. Sin is geographical.
  359. Sin is too stupid to see beyond itself.
  360. Sin is whatever obscures the soul.
  361. Sinatra had a lot of mood swings, but he was wonderful to my wife Barbara and to me. He made no bones about who he liked and who he loved, and he had this great charisma. When he walked into a room, it stopped. I’ve only seen that happen with Ronald Reagan.
  362. Sinatra was somebody special.
  363. Since 1948 I have spent every single day thinking how the economic and political worlds have changed.
  364. Since almost all Negroes are workers, live on wages, and suffer from the high cost of food, clothing and shelter, it is obvious that the Republican and Democratic Parties are opposed to their interests.
  365. Since being in India, I am more convinced than ever before that the method of nonviolent resistance is the most potent weapon available to oppressed people in their struggle for justice and human dignity.
  366. Since being involved in ‘Strictly Come Dancing,’ my life has changed completely. I can’t walk down the street without women throwing themselves at me, I usually wouldn’t mind, but they are of a certain age. Hopefully, after this series, they will bring their daughters!
  367. Since Einstein developed his theory of relativity, and Rutherford and Bohr revolutionised physics, our picture of the world has radically changed.
  368. Since everything is in our heads, we had better not lose them.
  369. Since FDR’s New Deal, corporations and wealthy families have been non-stop finding new ways to get tax breaks, deregulation and entitlements from the government.
  370. Since His delights are to be with you, let yours be found in Him.
  371. Since I am known as a ‘rich’ person, I feel I have to tip at least $5 each time I check my coat. On top of that, I would have to wear a very expensive coat, and it would have to be insured. Added up, without a topcoat I save over $20,000 a year.
  372. Since I am me, I find it very difficult to judge how fascinating listening to my nasal, heavily-accented drone for two hours would be to somebody who wasn’t me.
  373. Since I first picked up the violin, I’ve been very interested in tone and texture: I would have very visceral reactions to the texture of a snare drum or a pedal steel guitar or a violin.
  374. Since I got a really bad review when I was, like, 28 in ‘The New York Times,’ I don’t read reviews anymore.
  375. Since I travel so much, it’s always great to be home. There’s nothing like getting to raid my own refrigerator at two in the morning.
  376. Since I was 16, I’ve felt a black cloud hangs over me. Since then, I have taken pills for depression.
  377. Since I was 16, I’ve felt a black cloud hangs over me.
  378. Since I was shot, everything is such a dream to me. Like I don’t know whether I’m alive or whether I died. I wasn’t afraid before. And having been dead once, I shouldn’t feel fear. But I am afraid. I don’t understand why.
  379. Since I’m the president and Democrats have controlled the House and the Senate, it’s understandable that people are saying, you know, ‘What have you done?’
  380. Since JPMorgan Chase announced its surprise $2 billion-and-growing trading loss, there have been renewed calls from economists, pundits, and politicians to reinstate the Glass-Steagall Act, a Depression-era law that prevented commercial banks from participating in investment banking activities.
  381. Since light travels faster than sound, isn’t that why some people appear bright until you hear them speak?
  382. Since long I’ve held silence a remedy for harm.
  383. Since losing my legs, I’ve found out that I am able to help other people by sharing how I’ve overcome my obstacles.
  384. Since music is so important to me, I don’t need to put in any extra effort to do this; it just flows for me. It’s as simple as drinking water and having food, so definitely, music is one of the main purposes of my life.
  385. Since my brother died in 1982, my parents and I had formed a shaky tripod of a family; now that I’d lost my father too, it was too easy for me to glimpse a future point where I alone was the keeper of not just my own childhood memories, but of my family lore.
  386. Since my subjects have always been my sensations, my states of mind and the profound reactions that life has been producing in me, I have frequently objectified all this in figures of myself, which were the most sincere and real thing that I could do in order to express what I felt inside and outside of myself.
  387. Since people are going to be living longer and getting older, they’ll just have to learn how to be babies longer.
  388. Since ‘School of Rock’ opened, for the first time in my career, ever, really, I’ve had a lot of projects offered to me. It’s extraordinary. Normally, I’ve initiated them all myself.
  389. Since the age of four, I’ve been exploring what I can do with the written word: everything from championing literacy and youth voice to raising awareness about world hunger.
  390. Since the beginning, it was just the same. The only difference, the crowds are bigger now.
  391. Since the beginning of LearnVest, I’ve never left the office for food.
  392. Since the beginning of the 20th century, the public’s relationship to art has been weakened by a profound institutional reluctance to address the question of what art is for. This is a question that has, quite unfairly, come to feel impatient, illegitimate, and a little impudent.
  393. Since the Church is to be servant to the poor, it is our fault if that wealth is not channeled to help the poor in our world.
  394. Since the decline of record companies and music sales, I’ve always played live.
  395. Since the departure of good old-fashioned entertainers the re-emergence of somebody who wants to be an entertainer has unfortunately become a synonym for camp. I don’t think I’m camper than any other person who felt at home on stage, and felt more at home on stage than he did offstage.
  396. Since the global economic crisis began, the change in global attitudes is clear to see – and I think it is pitiful. Barack Obama came to China and he is probably the only president of the United States never to mention the words ‘human rights’ in public.
  397. Since the governments are in the pockets of businesses, who’s going to control this most powerful institution? Business is more powerful than politics, and it’s more powerful than religion. So it’s going to have to be the vigilante consumer.
  398. Since the time of the witch burnings, the grandmothers and the healers and the midwives have been systematically targeted. And burned at the stake for hundreds of years, decimating whole communities.
  399. Since the very beginning, Emeril’s had a sense of humor about me calling him names and poking fun at him.
  400. Since the world has existed, there has been injustice. But it is one world, the more so as it becomes smaller, more accessible. There is just no question that there is more obligation that those who have should give to those who have nothing.
  401. Since thou are not sure of a minute, throw not away an hour.
  402. Since war became a geographically distant but very real way of life after Sept. 11, 2001, no Hollywood star has stepped up to support active duty U.S. military personnel and wounded veterans like Gary Sinise.
  403. Since we cannot know all that there is to be known about anything, we ought to know a little about everything.
  404. Since we live in this world, we have to do our best for this world.
  405. Since you get more joy out of giving joy to others, you should put a good deal of thought into the happiness that you are able to give.
  406. Sincere Christians can disagree about the details of Scripture and theology – absolutely.
  407. Sincere words are not fine; fine words are not sincere.
  408. Sincerity makes the very least person to be of more value than the most talented hypocrite.
  409. Sing me a new song; the world is transfigured; all the Heavens are rejoicing.
  410. Singers are definitely getting their due in Bollywood. I feel that music composers, on the other hand, tend to lose out on the popularity, fame, and success that singers usually enjoy.
  411. ‘Singh Is Bliing’ came up to me as my dream role.
  412. Singing into a microphone and learning to play an instrument – learning to do your craft – that’s the most important thing! It’s not about what goes on in a computer!
  413. Singing is a prayer to me.
  414. Singing is a way of releasing an emotion that you sometimes can’t portray when you’re acting. And music moves your soul, so music is the source of the most intense emotions you can feel. When you hear a song and you’re acting it’s incredible. But when you’re singing a song and you’re acting it’s even more incredible.
  415. Singing is a way of releasing an emotion that you sometimes can’t portray when you’re acting. And music moves your soul, so music is the source of the most intense emotions you can feel.
  416. Singing is my entire life. I nearly lost that. I am so blessed to be able to do this. It’s the only thing I’ve ever wanted to do.
  417. Singing provides a true sense of lightheartedness. If I sing when I am alone, I feel wonderful. It’s freedom.
  418. Singing was my first love and I never even considered it after I started acting, but now I’m bringing it back into my life. I trained from the ages of 11 to 17. When I moved to New York and got into serious acting, I just kind of abandoned the whole singing thing. But when I grew up in Pennsylvania I went to voice lessons once a week.
  419. Singing was something I always did. I really don’t remember a time when I wasn’t singing, even as a little child.
  420. Sir, my concern is not whether God is on our side; my greatest concern is to be on God’s side, for God is always right.
  421. Sir one more comment like that and I will strangle you with my microphone wire!
  422. Sir Walter, with his 61 years of life, although he never wrote a novel until he was over 40, had, fortunately for the world, a longer working career than most of his brethren.
  423. Sisters are brittle things. God was penurious with me, which makes me shrewd with Him. One is a dainty sum! One bird, one cage, one flight; one song in those far woods, as yet suspected by faith only!
  424. Sit down, and shut up!
  425. Sitelink extensions:
  426. ‘Six Feet Under’ was about repressing our deepest, most primal impulses, and ‘True Blood’ is about giving full sway to them all the time. In a way they are like yin and yang.
  427. Sixth grade was a big time, in my childhood, of hoops and friendship, and coming up with funny things.
  428. Skaters are infamously superstitious.
  429. Skating is one of those sports you unfortunately see people get stuck in.
  430. Skeptical scrutiny is the means, in both science and religion, by which deep thoughts can be winnowed from deep nonsense.
  431. Skype actually does get a fair bit of revenue.
  432. Slave to no sect, who takes no private road, But looks through Nature up to Nature’s God.
  433. Slavery didn’t break up the black families as much as liberal welfare rules.
  434. Slavery exists. It is black in the South, and white in the North.
  435. Slavery is a weed that grows on every soil.
  436. Slavery is founded in the selfishness of man’s nature – opposition to it is his love of justice. These principles are an eternal antagonism; and when brought into collision so fiercely, as slavery extension brings them, shocks and throes and convulsions must ceaselessly follow.
  437. Slaves are generally expected to sing as well as to work.
  438. Sleep is the best meditation.
  439. Sleep is the interest we have to pay on the capital which is called in at death; and the higher the rate of interest and the more regularly it is paid, the further the date of redemption is postponed.
  440. Sleeping is like meditation: it’s good to rest the body but also to shut the mind down for a bit.
  441. Sleeping is no mean art: for its sake one must stay awake all day.
  442. Sleeping is one of the more private aspects of parenting; it happens in a quiet room, whereas eating is a more public aspect of parenting. Other people can see it and compare it to what their kids eat.
  443. Slight not what’s near through aiming at what’s far.
  444. Slow but steady wins the race.
  445. Small aim is a crime; have great aim.
  446. Small aim is a crime.
  447. Small amounts of philosophy lead to atheism, but larger amounts bring us back to God.
  448. Small-business owner Marcos set up his AdWords campaign by thinking of “obvious” keywords off of the top of his head. What’s one way he might improve them?
  449. Small businesses should have the same ability to reach customers as powerful corporations. A blogger should have the same ability to find an audience as a media conglomerate.
  450. Small is the number of people who see with their eyes and think with their minds.
  451. Small issues are really just large ones that haven’t been accorded the requisite attention.
  452. Small minds are concerned with the extraordinary, great minds with the ordinary.
  453. Small projects need much more help than great.
  454. Smarketing is only helpful for increasing revenue for organizations with 100+ employees
  455. Smart Goals are created automatically by Google’s machine-learning algorithms
  456. Smart habitation is an integrated area of villages and a city working in harmony and where the rural and urban divide has reduced to thin line.
  457. Smart people make problems in the world, stupid people fix them.
  458. Smartphones. Who cares? Smartphones. I only have dummy phones.
  459. Smell is a potent wizard that transports you across thousands of miles and all the years you have lived.
  460. Smell is something that attracts me instantly. So if the guy smells nice, there is an instant attraction.
  461. Smile, for everyone lacks self-confidence and more than any other one thing a smile reassures them.
  462. Smile, it is the key that fits the lock of everybody’s heart.
  463. Smoked salmon is for dinner. Belly lox is for breakfast. Don’t get that mixed up.
  464. SNL is a home. You’ve got all of your brothers and sisters there, and it’s a great time.
  465. Snow provokes responses that reach right back to childhood.
  466. So as long as I’m a working actor, I can improve. I want to work with people that frighten me and excite me, and characters that I don’t believe I’m the best person for the part but I’m still gonna try anyway. Those are my favorite roles.
  467. So Bush certainly wasn’t the greatest, and Obama has not done the job. And he’s created a lot of disincentive. He’s created a lot of great dissatisfaction. Regulations and regulatory is going through the roof. It’s almost impossible to get anything done in the country.
  468. So-called reality TV, which dominates British channels, is destroying what made it cherishable to me and lots of others in the first place. I loved Alan Clarke, Ken Loach and Alan Bleasdale’s work. In fact the first TV dramas I ever saw were ‘Screen Twos’ produced by David Thompson, who also produced a lot of Alan Clarke.
  469. So close, and yet so far away.
  470. So Colleen Atwood introduced me to Armani for the fabric and the dyes – what made Armani, Armani, beyond his motion-picture credentials. It was Cerruti after that. And then Zegna.
  471. So confident am I in the intentions, as well as wisdom, of the government, that I shall always be satisfied that what is not done, either cannot, or ought not to be done.
  472. So convenient a thing it is to be a reasonable creature, since it enables one to find or make a reason for every thing one has a mind to do.
  473. So Europe needs to be competitive and we also need to be competitive if we wish to remain an interesting economic partner for the United States. This has to be done on the basis of strength, of competitiveness.
  474. So everything turned out fine, and we were given the opportunity to go to Washington and be briefed on the project of man in space, and given the opportunity to choose whether we wanted to get involved or not.
  475. So far as I am concerned, I could not be accused of having set eyes, or having wished to set eyes, upon Darius’ wife: on the contrary, I have refused even to listen to those who spoke to me of her beauty.
  476. So far as I can remember, there is not one word in the Gospels in praise of intelligence.
  477. So far things are going my way. I am known in the hospice as The Man Who Wouldn’t Die. I don’t know if this is true or not, but I think some people, not many, are starting to wonder why I’m still around.
  478. So, for example, a country was into recession right after I was sworn in, a dot-com bust had taken place. Then the attacks of September the 11th, and then of course the great financial meltdown in the -the fundamental question facing any presidency is how do you deal with the hand you’re dealt?
  479. So for me, fashion was about standing out as an individual – and it helped me get the attention that most people try to get with publicity stunts or by doing other crazy things. But I just let the attention come to me naturally, and I think some of that has to do with my fashion.
  480. So foul and fair a day I have not seen.
  481. So give me a turbulent world as opposed to a quiet world and I’ll take the turbulent one.
  482. So I quit my job and went to the New England Culinary Institute for the full two years and worked in the restaurant industry after that until finally I thought I had a grasp on what I needed to do what I do.
  483. So I set out to study the oxidation system in the potato, which, if damaged, causes the plant to turn brown. I did this in the hope of discovering, through these studies, the key to the understanding of adrenal function.
  484. So I think it’s fair to say it’s even more of a challenge for some of these actors that are coming up, because there’s such a pressure to look good, to be sexy and be palatable to people on whatever level.
  485. So I went in front of the judge, and I had my St. Jude prayer book in my pocket and my St. Jude medal. And I’m standing there and that judge said I was found guilty, so he sentenced me to what the law prescribed: one to 14 years.
  486. So, if you’re doing good longform with talented people than you can step out and you can be the president or a construction worker and people accept that. It’s really the roles you give yourself.
  487. So, I’m lying on the couch and Laura walks in and I say, ‘Free at last,’ and she says ‘You’re free all right, you’re free to do the dishes.’ So I say, ‘You’re talking to the former president, baby,’ and she said, ‘consider this your new domestic policy agenda.’
  488. So, I’m on the satellite every Sunday, no matter where we are, with the Rams. Turn on the satellite; got to watch the Rams.
  489. So I’m one of the few celebrities that got to do a repeat performance on ‘The Simpsons,’ which I’m very flattered by.
  490. So in my freshman year at the University of Alabama, learning the literature on evolution, what was known about it biologically, just gradually transformed me by taking me out of literalism and increasingly into a more secular, scientific view of the world.
  491. So let us call genocide, genocide. Let us not minimize the deliberate murder of 1.5 million people. Let us have a moral victory that can shine as a light to all nations.
  492. So let’s not use a stylus. We’re going to use the best pointing device in the world. We’re going to use a pointing device that we’re all born with – born with ten of them. We’re going to use our fingers. We’re going to touch this with our fingers. And we have invented a new technology called multi-touch, which is phenomenal. It works like magic.
  493. So like any football or basketball coach, you always always believe you’re going to win.
  494. So long as governments set the example of killing their enemies, private individuals will occasionally kill theirs.
  495. So long as I’m Commander-in-Chief, we will sustain the strongest military the world has ever known. When you take off the uniform, we will serve you as well as you’ve served us – because no one who fights for this country should have to fight for a job, or a roof over their head, or the care that they need when they come home.
  496. So long as men worship the Caesars and Napoleons, Caesars and Napoleons will duly arise and make them miserable.
  497. So long as the memory of certain beloved friends lives in my heart, I shall say that life is good.
  498. So long as the universe had a beginning, we could suppose it had a creator. But if the universe is really completely self-contained, having no boundary or edge, it would have neither beginning nor end: it would simply be. What place, then, for a creator?
  499. So long as you do it truthfully, music is not to be judged.
  500. So long as you have food in your mouth, you have solved all questions for the time being.
  501. So many killings of black men in my lifetime. The physical shock is astounding.
  502. So many movies just have two pretty people thrown together.
  503. So many people are on television that don’t know me, and they’re like experts on me.
  504. So many people condemn me for risk taking, but I find it sort of hypocritical because everybody takes risks. Even the absence of activity could be viewed as a risk. If you sit on the sofa for your entire life, you’re running a higher risk of getting heart disease and cancer.
  505. So many people have this idea: I want to achieve something great or be somebody great. And they neglect the step that leads to greatness. They don’t honor this step at this moment because they have this idea of some future moment where they are going to be great.
  506. So many people live within unhappy circumstances and yet will not take the initiative to change their situation because they are conditioned to a life of security, conformity, and conservation, all of which may appear to give one peace of mind, but in reality, nothing is more damaging to the adventurous spirit.
  507. So many people prefer to live in drama because it’s comfortable. It’s like someone staying in a bad marriage or relationship – it’s actually easier to stay because they know what to expect every day, versus leaving and not knowing what to expect.
  508. So many people seem to prefer my silver-screenings of movie stars to the rest of my work. It must be the subject matter that attracts them, because my death and violence paintings are just as good.
  509. So many people supported me and believed in me. They made it so easy for me to believe in myself, because I didn’t want to let them down.
  510. So many people witness atrocities and can’t take their eyes away from them, but that doesn’t mean they’re good.
  511. So many things happen for every event, and if you try to manipulate it, it means you are struggling against the whole universe, and that’s just silly.
  512. So many times you see beautiful lovemaking scenes with a lot of exposure or an awkward lovemaking scene, but I think it’s very rare that you see it private.
  513. So many women today have become so focused on their children, they’ve developed these romantic entanglements with their children’s lives, and the husbands are secondary. They’re left out. And the romantic focus is on the children.
  514. So many worlds, so much to do, so little done, such things to be.
  515. So maybe there are three parts in my life – earlier background living in exile in Xinjiang in a very political circumstance, then later the United States from 24 to 36 years old. I was quite equipped with liberal thinking. Then the Internet. If there is no Internet, of course, I cannot really exercise my opinion or my ideas.
  516. So much illness is self-induced – which I can’t stand. And I’m not a good nursemaid. Don’t call me if you’re ill.
  517. So much of a stand-up’s life is doing live radio and having to be funny and quick on the spot with these strangers, and sort of surgical in terms of how funny I can be in three minutes.
  518. So never lose an opportunity of urging a practical beginning, however small, for it is wonderful how often in such matters the mustard-seed germinates and roots itself.
  519. So now I have a collection of poetry by Aaron Neville and I give it to people I want to share it with. I’d like to publish it someday.
  520. So now is an opportunity for us to stand up and have a good, strong immigration policy to make sure that E- Verify becomes mandatory and we have got to train and properly equip our Border Patrol.
  521. So pretty much, to sum it up, if you can freak someone out and bring that kind of emotion out of somebody with a song, you’re doing something right.
  522. So that’s why one of my rules of parody writing is that it’s gotta be funny regardless of whether you know the source material. It has to work on its own merit.
  523. So the bodhisattva saves all beings, not by preaching sermons to them, but by showing them that they are delivered, they are liberated, by the act of not being able to stop changing.
  524. So the experts think we could have an AIDS-free generation in Africa by 2015, even if the mothers are positive.
  525. So the universe is constantly moving in the direction of higher evolutionary impulses, creativity, abstraction, and meaning.
  526. So then, the relationship of self to other is the complete realization that loving yourself is impossible without loving everything defined as other than yourself.
  527. So there was a constant flow and a thin line there between reality and television and yes, much of what I was experiencing in my real life was also what was going on in the television show to the extent that I had to take writers’ advice and from the counselors around.
  528. So thoroughly and sincerely are we compelled to live, reverencing our life, and denying the possibility of change. This is the only way, we say; but there are as many ways as there can be drawn radii from one centre. All change is a miracle to contemplate; but it is a miracle which is taking place every instant.
  529. So vast is art, so narrow human wit.
  530. So we had psychiatrists and counselors and therapists around the set regularly, especially for those scenes in which Jason would be dealing with a patient to make sure we were doing it all appropriately.
  531. So we originally expected to make about 35 gigawatt hours at the cell level and about 50 gigawatt hours at the module or pack level. Now we are expecting to do about 150 gigawatt hours in the same volumetric space as the original design.
  532. So we really need jobs now. We have to take jobs away from other countries because other countries are taking our jobs. There is practically not a country that does business with the United States that isn’t making – let’s call it a very big profit. I mean China is going to make $300 billion on us at least this year.
  533. So what is discord at one level of your being is harmony at another level.
  534. So what this is is us, our personalities refined down on to a stage performance. In other words, the way we play is the end product of the way we live – we live in the cities, you see.
  535. So when I was 24, someone suggested to me that I was bipolar, and I thought that was ridiculous. I just thought he was trying to get out of treating me. But he was also responding to the chaotic nature of my life.
  536. So when these people sell out, even though they get fabulously rich, they’re gypping themselves out of one of the potentially most rewarding experiences of their unfolding lives. Without it, they may never know their values or how to keep their newfound wealth in perspective.
  537. So while an incredible amount of progress has been made, on this fifth anniversary, I wanted to come here and tell the people of this city directly: My administration is going to stand with you – and fight alongside you – until the job is done. Until New Orleans is all the way back, all the way.
  538. So while I will never minimize the costs involved in military action, I am convinced that a failure to act in Libya would have carried a far greater price for America.
  539. So with truth – there is a certain moment when one can say, this is the truth and here I put a dot, a stop, and I go to another thing. A judge has to put an end to a deliberation. But for a historian, there’s never an end to the past. It can go on and on and on.
  540. So you can’t judge the character you’re playing ever.
  541. So you think that money is the root of all evil. Have you ever asked what is the root of all money?
  542. Soap and education are not as sudden as a massacre, but they are more deadly in the long run.
  543. Soaps are the best. They really are. If you can do a soap, well, you can do anything. You have to learn pages of dialogue very quickly.
  544. Soccer players generally burn through all of their carbohydrate stores by halftime, so how are you going to replace those? That’s what we do at halftime.
  545. Sochi started with the same problem as every Winter Olympics. Forget the crass commercialism, the fake amateurism, NBC’s refusal to televise important events live to all its viewers. As an event, the Winter Games fail on the most basic level. They’re lousy to watch.
  546. Social media has come a long way. With the good has come some bad, and you always have a lot of people hiding behind their computers and being very critical of what you do on and off the field, of what you tweet, of what you say, of everything you do.
  547. Social media has given us this idea that we should all have a posse of friends when in reality, if we have one or two really good friends, we are lucky.
  548. Social media has lots of benefits, but compared to Christianity, it tends to group people by interests. Religion puts you with people who have nothing in common except that you’re human.
  549. Social media is changing the way we communicate and the way we are perceived, both positively and negatively. Every time you post a photo, or update your status, you are contributing to your own digital footprint and personal brand.
  550. Social media is the ultimate equalizer. It gives a voice and a platform to anyone willing to engage.
  551. Social media provides an avenue to build relationships with media outlets and have an ongoing relationship with reporters.
  552. Social media requires that business leaders start thinking like small-town shop owners. This means taking the long view and avoiding short-term benchmarks to gauge progress. It means allowing the personality, heart and soul of the people who run all levels of the business to show.
  553. Social media websites are no longer performing an envisaged function of creating a positive communication link among friends, family and professionals. It is a veritable battleground, where insults fly from the human quiver, damaging lives, destroying self-esteem and a person’s sense of self-worth.
  554. Social networking helps reach people easier and quicker.
  555. Social Security, all public and no option, rescued older Americans from living their final years in poverty.
  556. Social Security got passed because John D. Rockefeller was sick of having to take money out of his profits to pay for his workers’ pension funds. Why do that, when you can just let the government take money from the workers?
  557. Social Security has nothing to do with the deficit.
  558. Social Security is a promise that we cannot and must not break.
  559. Social Security, which transformed life for the elderly in this country, was ‘socialist.’ The concept of the ‘minimum wage’ was seen as a radical intrusion into the marketplace and was described as ‘socialist.’
  560. Social struggles have been taking place throughout millennia, since human beings, by resorting to wars, were able to take hold of a surplus production to satisfy the essential needs of life.
  561. Social thinking requires very exacting thresholds to be powerful. For example, we’ve had social thinking for 200,000 years, and hardly anything happened that could be considered progress over most of that time. This is because what is most pervasive about social thinking is ‘how to get along and mutually cope.’
  562. Socialism has no moral justification whatsoever; poor people are not morally superior to rich people, nor are they owed anything by rich people simply because of their lack of success. Charity is not a socialist concept – it is a religious one, an acknowledgment of God’s sovereignty over property, a sovereignty the Left utterly rejects.
  563. Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.
  564. Socialism is the ideal state, but it can never be achieved while man is so selfish.
  565. Socialism is the same as Communism, only better English.
  566. Socialism never arises in the earlier phases of capitalism, as, for instance, among the pioneers of civilisation in a country where there is plenty of land available for private appropriation by the last comer.
  567. Socialism, reduced to its simplest legal and practical expression, means the complete discarding of the institution of private property by transforming it into public property, and the division of the resultant public income equally and indiscriminately among the entire population.
  568. Socialism states that you owe me something simply because I exist. Capitalism, by contrast, results in a sort of reality-forced altruism: I may not want to help you, I may dislike you, but if I don’t give you a product or service you want, I will starve. Voluntary exchange is more moral than forced redistribution.
  569. Socialism violates at least three of the Ten Commandments: It turns government into God, it legalizes thievery and it elevates covetousness. Discussions of income inequality, after all, aren’t about prosperity but about petty spite. Why should you care how much money I make, so long as you are happy?
  570. Society can overlook murder, adultery or swindling; it never forgives preaching of a new gospel.
  571. Society exists only as a mental concept; in the real world there are only individuals.
  572. Society feeds terror and is in turn terrorized; we are afraid to lose, so we consume.
  573. Society has made us believe you should look like an 18-year-old model all your life.
  574. Society is always taken by surprise at any new example of common sense.
  575. Society is at odds with itself.
  576. Society’s mores have changed, and what used to be thought not to be cruel and unusual now is thought to be cruel and unusual.
  577. Sociological critics are waste makers.
  578. Software innovation, like almost every other kind of innovation, requires the ability to collaborate and share ideas with other people, and to sit down and talk with customers and get their feedback and understand their needs.
  579. Software is a great combination between artistry and engineering.
  580. Software substitution, whether it’s for drivers or waiters or nurses – it’s progressing. Technology over time will reduce demand for jobs, particularly at the lower end of skill set.
  581. Sol has experience, pace and physical power, which nobody else has together.
  582. Soldiers, I had lately like to have been taken from you by the attempt of a few desperate men, but by the grace and providence of the gods, I am still preserved.
  583. Soldiers willingly, sometimes foolishly, risk their own lives to keep their comrades out of enemy hands.
  584. Solemnity is proper in church, but things that are proper in church are not necessarily proper outside, and vice versa. For example, I can say a prayer while washing my teeth, but that does not mean I should wash my teeth in church.
  585. Solidarity and competitiveness are the two sides of a European coin.
  586. Solidarity is an attitude of resistance, I suppose, or it should be.
  587. Solitary trees, if they grow at all, grow strong.
  588. Solitude is better than the society of evil persons.
  589. Solitude is painful when one is young, but delightful when one is more mature.
  590. Soloing was pretty easy for me because it was probably the first thing I’ve ever done.
  591. Somalia is an important story in the world, and it needed to be told.
  592. Somalia is very dangerous, and no one knows that better than I.
  593. Some actors give you what you want. Some you have to make do what you want.
  594. Some animals are cunning and evil-disposed, as the fox; others, as the dog, are fierce, friendly, and fawning. Some are gentle and easily tamed, as the elephant; some are susceptible of shame, and watchful, as the goose. Some are jealous and fond of ornament, as the peacock.
  595. Some animals utter a loud cry. Some are silent, and others have a voice, which in some cases may be expressed by a word; in others, it cannot. There are also noisy animals and silent animals, musical and unmusical kinds, but they are mostly noisy about the breeding season.
  596. Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.
  597. Some are made modest by great praise, others insolent.
  598. Some are reputed sick and some are not. It often happens that the sicker man is the nurse to the sounder.
  599. Some are wrong because they are not strong enough to fight temptation and some some are wrong because they do not know.
  600. Some argue that recognition of the genocide has become even more problematic now, when the world is at war with terrorism and the United States cannot afford to offend the sensibility of our Turkish ally.
  601. Some believe all that parents, tutors, and kindred believe. They take their principles by inheritance, and defend them as they would their estates, because they are born heirs to them.
  602. Some big banks remain wary of venture capital.
  603. Some billionaires like cars, yachts and private jets. Others like newspapers.
  604. Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested.
  605. Some books leave us free and some books make us free.
  606. Some BuzzFeed articles are written by smart people who use complete sentences. Some of the disposable lists are witty and appear to have taken some effort to put together.
  607. Some cause happiness wherever they go; others whenever they go.
  608. Some celebrities like to get behind water conservation or helping the homeless get back on their feet. Me? Body grooming control: that’s what I like to step behind 100 percent.
  609. Some Christians see the biblical teaching on homosexuality as reflecting the culture and times in which the Bible was written and not reflecting God’s eternal perspective on homosexual people. Others believe these scriptures represent God’s timeless will for how human beings practice intimacy.
  610. Some comedians will tour and do these classic bits all the time. But now with YouTube and Comedy Central, people see your stuff, and they don’t want to hear you do that again.
  611. Some companies are worth paying for up front.
  612. Some companies out there quote a start of production that is substantially in advance of when customers get their cars.
  613. Some companies use off-balance-sheet partnerships to raise money or to buy assets without ever telling their shareholders in their financial statements.
  614. Some consider the removal of Dr. Mohammed Morsi a coup by the army against an elected president. Others treat it as the second revolution, or the continuation of the January 25, 2011, revolution.
  615. Some couture collections have everything including the kitchen sink! Everything gets thrown on to make it look expensive. I find it grotesque when clothes hit you in the face and there’s no room for fault. But I don’t expect to turn things around all by myself. I’m not a saint.
  616. Some creative writing programs seem evil, but my experience at Irvine was totally the opposite, where I feel like they were really good at focusing in on each writers voice and setting. When I felt like I was obligated to write a story that was more typical, no one really liked it.
  617. Some critics will write ‘ is a natural writer’ – which is right after being a natural heart surgeon.
  618. Some day I shall be President.
  619. Some days, for some reason, I can’t go anywhere, and I’m like, ‘That was a mistake,’ and other days no one will even notice me.
  620. Some days you’re the kid with the stick, some days you’re the pinata.
  621. Some facts should be suppressed, or, at least, a just sense of proportion should be observed in treating them.
  622. Some folks look at me and see a certain swagger, which in Texas is called ‘walking.’
  623. Some forms of motor neuron disease are genetically linked, but I have no indication that my kind is. No other member of my family has had it. But I would be in favour of abortion if there was a high risk.
  624. Some formulas are too complex and I don’t want anything to do with them.
  625. Some genetic variants can be informative about one’s risk for Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease.
  626. Some guys look better as they get older.
  627. Some have argued that confronting the threat from Iraq could detract from the war against terror. To the contrary, confronting the threat posed by Iraq is crucial to winning the war on terror.
  628. Some investors may grumble about entrepreneurs wanting ‘unicorn valuations.’ But let’s be honest: most investors want them, too, and are supporting the massive capitalization of these companies.
  629. Some kind of affirmative action is important in a democracy and for economic competitiveness and national security. The Army was the first to realize that you had to have desegregation of a military to have it working properly.
  630. ‘Some Kind Of Monster’ is such a nightmare for any musician to watch because you’re watching a band be honest to each other. Not a good idea, man!
  631. Some kinds of animals burrow in the ground; others do not. Some animals are nocturnal, as the owl and the bat; others use the hours of daylight. There are tame animals and wild animals. Man and the mule are always tame; the leopard and the wolf are invariably wild, and others, as the elephant, are easily tamed.
  632. Some leaders think time will solve the problem. Their hope is that Assad’s regime will ultimately fall from the heavy toll of the horrors it has spawned. From past experience with such regimes, this scenario is unlikely to happen.
  633. Some mathematics problems look simple, and you try them for a year or so, and then you try them for a hundred years, and it turns out that they’re extremely hard to solve. There’s no reason why these problems shouldn’t be easy, and yet they turn out to be extremely intricate.
  634. Some men can live up to their loftiest ideals without ever going higher than a basement.
  635. Some men do think I’m a psycho bunny-boiler.
  636. Some men have a necessity to be mean, as if they were exercising a faculty which they had to partially neglect since early childhood.
  637. Some mischievous people always there. Last several thousand years, always there. In future, also.
  638. Some moments it feels longer, other moments it feels like it’s flown by; you can’t believe you’ve done it all that time… Overall, you have a strong sense for the full spectrum that you’ve sort of traveled.
  639. Some nightlife places, people aren’t there for the music, and it’s depressing. I’m not just a club DJ; I am a producer, and I’ll only DJ when the crowd is there to enjoy the music.
  640. Some nights, I wear my cape, and I go out on the pier. It is foggy… I look for… Riddler.
  641. Some novelists want to give people in history a voice because they have been denied it in the past.
  642. Some of George W. Bush’s friends say that Bush believes God called him to be president during these times of trial. But God told me that He/She/It had actually chosen Al Gore by making sure that Gore won the popular vote and, God thought, the Electoral College. ‘That worked for everyone else,’ God said.
  643. Some of my academic friends think I’ve fallen from a very special grace.
  644. Some of my colleagues seem more interested in using every procedural method possible to keep the Senate from doing anything than they are in creating jobs or helping Americans struggling in a difficult economy.
  645. Some of my fans have said that because I’ve been able to speak about my issues, that they’re not afraid to speak about theirs, which is an amazing feeling.
  646. Some of my foster families used to send me to the movies to get me out of the house and there I’d sit all day and way into the night. Up in front, there with the screen so big, a little kid all alone, and I loved it. I loved anything that moved up there and I didn’t miss anything that happened and there was no popcorn either.
  647. Some of my memories will never return. They are lost – along with the crippling feeling of defeat and hopelessness. Not a tremendous price to pay.
  648. Some of our most exquisite murders have been domestic, performed with tenderness in simple, homey places like the kitchen table.
  649. Some of the generals are saying, ‘We’re making progress. We are clearing an area.’ But you really don’t defeat the Taliban by clearing an area. They move.
  650. Some of the greatest artists did their best work when they got political.
  651. Some of the greatest things, as I understand, they have come about by serendipity, the greatest discoveries.
  652. Some of the kids in school used to call my father a fake or a phony. That kind of thing brought on a few fights.
  653. Some of the most important determinants of life paths arise through the most trivial of circumstances.
  654. Some of the most vulnerable people to getting the SARS virus are health care providers. The general public, walking in the street, there is really not that much risk at all. It’s a very, very low risk – a very, very low risk.
  655. Some of the reason why we marry the wrong people is that we don’t really understand ourselves.
  656. Some of the roles that are challenging are more in theater and TV. In movies, there’s a tendency to cast actors in roles that have been successful for them. It has to pay for itself.
  657. Some of the snowballs have a kind of animal energy. Not just because of the materials inside them, but in the way that they appear caged, captured.
  658. Some of the stories I admire seem to zero in on one particular time and place. There isn’t a rule about this. But there’s a tidy sense about many stories I read. In my own work, I tend to cover a lot of time and to jump back and forward in time, and sometimes the way I do this is not very straightforward.
  659. Some of the worst mistakes of my life have been haircuts.
  660. Some of these actresses or public personas who are very public about their disciplined diets, more power to them. I just don’t see the point. I’m just not going to be one of those people photographed in a bikini where people are like, ‘OMG, look at Amy!’ I mean, it might be OMG, but not for the reasons I want.
  661. Some of us are born with a weakness for music. As a baby, music would stop whatever thought I was having. If I was worried, it would stop me worrying; if I was crying, it would stop me crying. Music was a healing thing for me.
  662. Some old men, continually praise the time of their youth. In fact, you would almost think that there were no fools in their days, but unluckily they themselves are left as an example.
  663. Some parents let their kids sleep at other people’s houses, where they drink alcohol, watch TV for hours and God knows what else. But if you say you have to get all A’s and practice the violin for two hours, then they consider that abusive. That upsets me.
  664. Some people approach every problem with an open mouth.
  665. Some people are born lucky, some make their own luck.
  666. Some people are inherently likeable. If you’re not – work on it. It may even improve your social life.
  667. Some people are just self-motivated – my husband was. I also believe there are many children for whom parental involvement is key.
  668. Some people are near- or farsighted – I’m thorn-sighted. The thorns on the rose are in really sharp definition for me, the rose petals a little fuzzier.
  669. Some people are painters, and some are ballet dancers, and I’m a writer.
  670. Some people awaken spiritually without ever coming into contact with any meditation technique or any spiritual teaching. They may awaken simply because they can’t stand the suffering anymore.
  671. Some people call me a legend and the last of the greats, and I appreciate it.
  672. Some people care too much. I think it’s called love.
  673. Some people die at 25 and aren’t buried until 75.
  674. Some people don’t like change, but you need to embrace change if the alternative is disaster.
  675. Some people don’t need parental commitment, they will still come out great, but for others, parents can be critical in providing moral and academic guidance.
  676. Some people don’t support economic development. There are people in the Assembly who say there is no economic development possible; leave it to the private sector.
  677. Some people feel guilty about their anxieties and regard them as a defect of faith but they are afflictions, not sins. Like all afflictions, they are, if we can so take them, our share in the passion of Christ.
  678. Some people feel that the world owes them a living.
  679. Some people feel, you make your case, if they listen to you, fine, if they don’t, that’s it. That’s not what leadership is. Leadership is trying to continue to make a case.
  680. Some people focus more on sonics. Some people focus more on story. I focus on both sonics and story, but music sometimes, just music itself, can turn into more of a maths problem. I guess everything in life is a math problem, but it can be more about an empirical route to getting the symmetry that you want, and this vibe, sonically.
  681. Some people focus more on sonics. Some people focus more on story. I focus on both sonics and story.
  682. Some people get in the way of change happening. Some people spend their whole careers thinking they can make a difference. Other people want to do as little as possible to get the day done.
  683. Some people have compared the Klan images to ecclesiastical figures.
  684. Some people never go crazy, What truly horrible lives they must live.
  685. Some people reckoned that I looked healthier when I was bigger but I had terrible skin and no energy.
  686. Some people record onto tape, and then they pay for the tape, and download those onto a hard drive. Initially in a Pro Tools program. Other people go straight into digital, and use no tape at all.
  687. Some people regard private enterprise as a predatory tiger to be shot. Others look on it as a cow they can milk. Not enough people see it as a healthy horse, pulling a sturdy wagon.
  688. Some people say funny things, but I say things funny.
  689. Some people say they have a thirst for life. They’re excited about every day and they’re prepared to look the bad and the good straight in the face and greet it all with a smile. I like to think I’m one of those people.
  690. Some people see things that are and ask, Why? Some people dream of things that never were and ask, Why not? Some people have to go to work and don’t have time for all that.
  691. Some people seem to fade away but then when they are truly gone, it’s like they didn’t fade away at all.
  692. Some people seem to understand this – that life and change take time – but I am not one of those people.
  693. Some people spend their lives building ultimate dream homes so they can enjoy their twilight years… Others spend their last days in nursing homes.
  694. Some people take defeat and losses a certain way. You see how some fighters take losses.
  695. Some people talk in their sleep. Lecturers talk while other people sleep.
  696. Some people think luxury is the opposite of poverty. It is not. It is the opposite of vulgarity.
  697. Some people, through luck and skill, end up with a lot of assets. If you’re good at kicking a ball, writing software, investing in stocks, it pays extremely well.
  698. Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen.
  699. Some people want to advertise their weirdness, and spread it out, that’s not me.
  700. Some people wanted champagne and caviar when they should have had beer and hot dogs.
  701. Some people wear their heart up on their sleeve. I wear mine underneath my right pant leg, strapped to my boot.
  702. Some people who suffer run away from God, and I know the tendency, but instead I just run to Him.
  703. Some people will never learn anything, for this reason, because they understand everything too soon.
  704. Some people wonder all their lives if they’ve made a difference. The Marines don’t have that problem.
  705. Some people won’t go the extra mile, and then on their birthday, when no one makes a fuss, they feel neglected and bitter.
  706. Some people worry that artificial intelligence will make us feel inferior, but then, anybody in his right mind should have an inferiority complex every time he looks at a flower.
  707. Some people would claim that things like love, joy and beauty belong to a different category from science and can’t be described in scientific terms, but I think they can now be explained by the theory of evolution.
  708. Some people write heavily, some write lightly. I prefer the light approach because I believe there is a great deal of false reverence about. There is too much solemnity and intensity in dealing with sacred matters; too much speaking in holy tones.
  709. Some photographers take reality… and impose the domination of their own thought and spirit. Others come before reality more tenderly and a photograph to them is an instrument of love and revelation.
  710. Some players are wonderful hitters of the ball, but they can’t figure out ways to get out of trouble. Eighty percent of the time, there is a way. You just have to know how to look for it.
  711. Some rise by sin, and some by virtue fall.
  712. Some say knowledge is the best virtue, I say stupidity is
  713. Some say our national pastime is baseball. Not me. It’s gossip.
  714. Some scientists believe climate change is the cause of unprecedented melting of the North Pole, and that effects these very uncertain weather patterns. I think we should listen to those scientists and experts.
  715. Some scientists think it may be possible to capture a wormhole and enlarge it many trillions of times to make it big enough for a human or even a spaceship to enter.
  716. Some single mind must be master, else there will be no agreement in anything.
  717. Some skaters, they live for skating, and they are home-schooled. I’m very lucky my parents let me go to school and have a normal life.
  718. Some states are doing better than others. Some states naturally have stronger economies. So it’s not as simple as saying, ‘Let’s go to $15.’ If you do it wrong, you can hurt the very people you’re trying to help.
  719. Some stories are true that never happened.
  720. Some things are very low profile, but if they excite me creatively, I accept them. Sometimes there are high-profile projects, and you have to do it. We all have human limitations. It is a painful decision to turn things down. Even accepting ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ was a decision that I had to sacrifice another project.
  721. Some things that I write, you’ll see a page with cartoon pictures or a drawing of a car – like a Ford – or a flag. I still do it on an occasion when a word is strange to me.
  722. Some things we forget. But many things we remember on the mental screen, which is the biggest screen of all.
  723. Some time ago, the United States was an English colony. If an Englishman were asked if the United States would be independent, he would have said no, that it would always be an English colony.
  724. Some users are not comfortable converting on their mobile device. What could be an action you can take to improve their experience?
  725. Some very poor countries run great vaccination systems, and some richer ones run terrible programs.
  726. Some Western biographies are apologist, and do not portray the negative side at all.
  727. Some wisdom you must learn from one who’s wise.
  728. Some women are naturally thin. But there needs to be an appreciation for a variety of types of women because we don’t all come in one package. We’re not pre-destined to all be a size six. It’s very hard for a large group of women to maintain a thinness which is, after all, only natural to a few people.
  729. Some women are naturally thin. But there needs to be an appreciation for a variety of types of women because we don’t all come in one package. We’re not pre-destined to all be a size six.
  730. Some women flirt more with what they say, and some with what they do.
  731. Some writers like to boil down headlines of liberal newspapers into fiction, so they say there shouldn’t be communal riots, everybody should love each other, there shouldn’t be boundaries or fundamentalism. But I think literature is more than that; these are political views which most of us hold anyway.
  732. Some writers sit down without a thought of what they are going to say, and they go through draft after draft.
  733. Some years ago I became president of Columbia University and learned within 24 hours to be ready to speak at the drop of a hat, and I learned something more, the trustees were expected to be ready to speak at the passing of the hat.
  734. Some years ago I gave a concert in the mountains with snow all around, and that was much colder.
  735. Somebody asked me, ‘Why do people like vampires so much?’ This was right after Obama had been elected and I said, ‘Because we just spent eight years being sucked dry by one.’
  736. Somebody just back of you while you are fishing is as bad as someone looking over your shoulder while you write a letter to your girl.
  737. Somebody made the statement that Donald Trump has built or owns the greatest collection of golf courses, ever, in the history of golf. And I believe that is 100 percent true.
  738. Somebody once asked me what my theory of life was, and I said, ‘Don’t try.’ That fits the writing, too. I don’t try; I just type.
  739. Somebody said I am the most popular person in Arizona because I am speaking the truth.
  740. Somebody said something really smart: It’s like you end up being the defense attorney for your role. Your job is to defend their point of view. You’re fighting for what they want. You learn that in acting school – it’s Acting 1A: ‘What do you want? What’s in the way?’
  741. Somebody who has been in a very bad wreck is going to be very conscientious about not speeding through a yellow light… You just learn so many good lessons when you go through a failed marriage.
  742. Somebody will come up to me after a show and have me sign their arm, and the next time I see them my autograph has been permanently inscribed on their arm.
  743. Somebody with Debbie Reynolds’ features doesn’t get cast as the Wicked Witch.
  744. Someday I want to have children and give them all the love I never had.
  745. Someday, I’ll make a movie with a British accent.
  746. Someday, the capitalist system will disappear in the United States, because no social class system has been eternal. One day, class societies will disappear.
  747. Someday we will look back on this and laugh.
  748. Somehow, in my head, I don’t think I’ll die. I know that everybody dies, of course. I just think that it’ll never come to me. It’s crazy, but there it is.
  749. Somehow, the French got this idea of the starving artist. Very romantic, except it’s not so romantic for the starving artist.
  750. Somehow, we have come to the erroneous belief that we are all but flesh, blood, and bones, and that’s all. So we direct our values to material things.
  751. Somehow, what’s in our hearts, good or bad is eventually translated into words and deeds.
  752. Someone asked me what the key to being a good frontman was, and I think having a sense of humor about it is pretty near the top of that list. It’s a very strange place to be in, and I don’t take that role too seriously.
  753. Someone browsing the Internet sees an AdWords display ad for laptop computers on a Display Network site, but doesn’t click on it. Two weeks later, she’s interested in buying a laptop and decides to visit the site from the ad. She finds the site by doing a Google search, goes directly to it, and buys a laptop. In this scenario, view–through conversions would be valuable for the advertiser because it could:
  754. Someone has to be the villain. I’m the most villainized player right now. People don’t like me.
  755. Someone like Amy Poehler, I don’t know, but I feel like I know her. I think everyone feels like they know her.
  756. Someone once asked me, ‘How long does it take to do your hair.’ I said, ‘I don’t know, I’m never there.’
  757. Someone once threw me a small, brown, hairy kiwi fruit, and I threw a wastebasket over it until it was dead.
  758. Someone once told me that every minute a murder occurs, so I don’t want to waste your time, I know you want to go back to work.
  759. Someone once told me we have in our minds who we want, and often those aren’t the people we actually want. Like, once there was a girl I thought was perfect for me – I had every box checked with her. But I just didn’t feel anything.
  760. Someone said to me, ‘If fifty percent of the experts in Hollywood said you had no talent and should give up, what would you do?’ My answer was then and still is, ‘If a hundred percent told me that, all one hundred percent would be wrong.’
  761. Someone searches on “laptop computers” and clicks an ad. Which landing page would be most relevant?
  762. Someone told me that each equation I included in the book would halve the sales.
  763. Someone using the Google Russian search domain (Google.ru) changes the language to Englishon the “preferences” page. This user may see ads targeted to:
  764. Someone who hates one group will end up hating everyone – and, ultimately, hating himself or herself.
  765. Someone with a figure like Jennifer Aniston has a trainer, a cook spinning out some version of the latest diet, and probably a stop at the tanning salon.
  766. Someone’s got to be interested in how I feel, just because I’m here and I’m real.
  767. Something as simple as better breastfeeding could save a million children a year.
  768. Something I learned in the Marine Corps that I’ve applied to acting is, one, taking direction, and then working with a group of people to accomplish a mission and knowing your role within that team.
  769. Something I miss terribly from the ’60s – the most important phrase in the English language was, ‘I got hung up.’ Somebody says they got hung up, it’s unassailable, you know? You don’t go near that. Whoa! I know what that can be like.
  770. Something I’m going to try to really instill in my own family is a lot of tradition. And, I used to have a lot of superstitions, and then I realized that it was kind of hogwash. Once I let go of them, I relaxed a lot.
  771. Something like reading depends a lot on just having people around you who talk to you and read you books, more than sitting down and, say, doing a reading drill when you’re 3 or 4 years old.
  772. Something must be done to save humanity! A better world is possible!
  773. Something that’s fun for me is a challenge. When you have a challenge and you take on that challenge and succeed, that’s the best feeling.
  774. Something unpleasant is coming when men are anxious to tell the truth.
  775. Sometimes a concept is baffling not because it is profound but because it is wrong.
  776. Sometimes, a remix is good because it reaches a whole new generation. But when it gets too much, it’s irritating. Also, the original composer needs to be credited properly.
  777. Sometimes as human beings, we’re so contradictory – we may say something or do something and completely contradict ourselves. That’s what I’m learning to embrace in television – not knowing what’s going to happen.
  778. Sometimes by losing a battle you find a new way to win the war.
  779. Sometimes cameras and television are good to people and sometimes they aren’t. I don’t know if its the way you say it, or how you look.
  780. Sometimes democracy must be bathed in blood.
  781. Sometimes, early in their careers, chefs make the mistake of adding one too many things to a plate to get attention. If a chef is just coming up with wiz-bang gimmicks on their plate, that has nothing to do with bringing real pleasure to people.
  782. Sometimes fake laughing is hard once you’ve done a scene 18 times. I don’t want to brag, but I have a reputation for being very, very good at that. It’s funny finding what’s challenging about acting as you go.
  783. Sometimes films ignore other points of view because it’s simpler to tell the story that way, but the more genuine and sympathetic you are to different points of view and situations, the more real the story is.
  784. Sometimes God answers our questions with questions.
  785. Sometimes I am asked if I know ‘the response to Auschwitz; I answer that not only do I not know it, but that I don’t even know if a tragedy of this magnitude has a response.
  786. Sometimes I buy my wife flowers.
  787. Sometimes I can’t figure designers out. It’s as if they flunked human anatomy.
  788. Sometimes I can’t sleep ’cause I can’t get a melody or a beat out my head, so I just have to wake up and, like, record it on a voice note.
  789. Sometimes I can’t stop myself from buying things just because I see them – even when I don’t really need them.
  790. Sometimes I do get to places just when God’s ready to have somebody click the shutter.
  791. Sometimes I don’t want to be in the confines of what a band seems to provide.
  792. Sometimes I enjoy just photographing the surface because I think it can be as revealing as going to the heart of the matter.
  793. Sometimes I feel like if I’m not getting people to boo me, then I’m not doing my job right.
  794. Sometimes, I feel like one who is on the sidelines, who has missed life itself.
  795. Sometimes I feel like rap music is almost the key to stopping racism.
  796. Sometimes I feel like what’s hard for fashion designers to do is take looks from off the runway and actually put it into existence, into reality. That’s really the hard part.
  797. Sometimes I feel my whole life has been one big rejection.
  798. Sometimes I forget that I’m supposed to keep people entertained because I’m just making music for my lifestyle and for my people who live my lifestyle. We forget that there’s a world waiting on us.
  799. Sometimes I get an idea for cinema. And when you get an idea that you fall in love with, this is a glorious day.
  800. Sometimes I get emotional. I let my emotions get the best of me.
  801. Sometimes I get extremely disturbed with the things that are written. But you can’t do anything about it. As a celebrity, you are putting yourself out there to be judged, and that’s fine. I am now learning not to get affected by such things. I am building my career and making choices that I think are right while minding my own business.
  802. Sometimes I get frustrated in traffic. I typically start going deep with my cab driver and Twitter feed – simultaneously – to take my mind off the gridlock. I enjoy live-tweeting my cab rides.
  803. Sometimes I get ideas for lyrics in anyplace, but I work a lot in the studio. So I collect little bits of lyrics. I go through the box of lyrics I have and see if something fits.
  804. Sometimes I get intimidated by people, intellectuals, because I don’t have a great education. The only thing I feel helps me compete with all these people, people with degrees from Harvard, that you’re thrown in with and have to work with, is that I’m grounded.
  805. Sometimes I get the start of a story from a memory, an anecdote, but that gets lost and is usually unrecognizable in the final story.
  806. Sometimes I get the story wrong, or it’s the wrong story, and then things don’t work.
  807. Sometimes I have wrinkles, in the morning. It depends on what kind of night that I had. I accept myself and the way that I am growing older. I have eye bags and some people have proposed to me to take them out but I said no.
  808. Sometimes, I knew generally what I was going to do, but I’ve never written anything down. Call it a sixth sense: the lines just come.
  809. Sometimes I know a joke I’m going to yell out ahead of time, but most of the time it’s stream of conscious. You never really know it until you’ve got everyone dressed up, the set is built, all the extras are here.
  810. Sometimes I lie awake at night, and ask, ‘Where have I gone wrong?’ Then a voice says to me, ‘This is going to take more than one night.’
  811. Sometimes I lie awake at night and ask why me? Then a voice answers nothing personal, your name just happened to come up.
  812. Sometimes I look up a recipe for chicken and tomatoes and end up cooking pork. The inspiration gets lost in translation.
  813. Sometimes I only succeed in beating myself to death.
  814. Sometimes I say to people, ‘Do you think you’re easy to live with?’ People who are single. And the ones who say, ‘Yeah, yeah, I’m pretty easy to live with; it’s just a question of finding the right person,’ massive alarm bell rings in my mind.
  815. Sometimes I think God loves the ones who most desperately ache and are most desperately lost – his or her wildest, most messed-up children – the way you’d ache and love a screwed-up rebel daughter in juvenile hall.
  816. Sometimes I think it would be easier to avoid old age, to die young, but then you’d never complete your life, would you? You’d never wholly know you.
  817. Sometimes I think my husband is so amazing that I don’t know why he’s with me. I don’t know whether I’m good enough. But if I make him happy, then I’m everything I want to be.
  818. Sometimes I think that a parody of democracy could be more dangerous than a blatant dictatorship, because that gives people an opportunity to avoid doing anything about it.
  819. Sometimes I think the world is divided into those who have a comfortable relationship with power and those who have a naturally adversarial relationship with power.
  820. Sometimes I think we’re alone in the universe, and sometimes I think we’re not. In either case the idea is quite staggering.
  821. Sometimes I think, ‘Why couldn’t I have been normal?’
  822. Sometimes I wake up before dawn, and I love sitting up in the middle of the bed with all the lights off, pitch-black dark, and talking to the Father, with no interruptions and nothing that reminds me that there’s anything in life but me and Him.
  823. Sometimes, I want to talk on a song and be angry, because I am angry. Then there’s always a part of me that remembers that this record lives past my being angry, and so do I really want to be angry about that? Is that feeling going to have longevity?
  824. Sometimes I wonder if I’m as famous for my wheelchair and disabilities as I am for my discoveries.
  825. Sometimes I wonder if we shall ever grow up in our politics and say definite things which mean something, or whether we shall always go on using generalities to which everyone can subscribe, and which mean very little.
  826. Sometimes if I tell people, ‘I’m afraid that I’m really a fraud,’ or ‘I have a lot of self-doubt,’ they go, ‘Oh, no, you’re kidding.’ I go, ‘No, I’m really honest.’
  827. Sometimes, if you begin to sing in a halfhearted mood, you can sing yourself up the ladder. Singing will often make the heart rise.
  828. Sometimes if you have a coach or team-mates for too long, you get caught in certain routines. I think it’s good to shake up things a little bit.
  829. Sometimes if you jump into something too quickly, you can screw up something that might have been good two years down the road.
  830. Sometimes if you want to see a change for the better, you have to take things into your own hands.
  831. Sometimes I’ll write a tweet that I’ll just be like, ‘Why do I have to say this to all of these people?’ It’s like writing a Facebook status: it’s the same. I view tweeting as like writing a Facebook status. Remember when we used to write statuses?
  832. Sometimes I’m fascinated with how famous my work could be while I’m not so famous.
  833. Sometimes in football you have to hold your hand up and say, yeah, they’re better than us.
  834. Sometimes in my class I have people come in and do monologues inspired by people they know and I always find that to be useful to do specifics about somebody and then you’re actually doing a character and not doing some random old lady or something.
  835. Sometimes in the middle of the night, I wake up with a song in my head, and I have to finish it so I can fall back asleep.
  836. Sometimes, indeed, there is such a discrepancy between the genius and his human qualities that one has to ask oneself whether a little less talent might not have been better.
  837. Sometimes, it is important for actors to take risky decisions.
  838. Sometimes it is said that man cannot be trusted with the government of himself. Can he, then be trusted with the government of others? Or have we found angels in the form of kings to govern him? Let history answer this question.
  839. Sometimes, it just takes a pirate to get the job done.
  840. Sometimes it used to hurt so bad when people used to say stuff about me. It still does. But I’m at a level now that I’m like, ‘I ain’t surprised that they said this or that about me.’
  841. Sometimes, it’s best to let the kids take control – and it’s never too early to instill positive eating habits or self-confidence in the kitchen.
  842. Sometimes it’s just harder to remind yourself about what you’re doing and why you’re doing it… Other times, you have a great desire for it, but physically you’re not responding the way you want. That presents other challenges. Then sometimes it all comes together.
  843. Sometimes it’s nice for people not to know anything about me.
  844. Sometimes it’s the journey that teaches you a lot about your destination.
  845. Sometimes I’ve been to a party where no one spoke to me for a whole evening. The men, frightened by their wives or sweeties, would give me a wide berth. And the ladies would gang up in a corner to discuss my dangerous character.
  846. Sometimes I’ve called writing a disease. If so, I’m glad that it caught me.
  847. Sometimes I’ve gotten photographs back and people have literally shaven off pieces of me, and I tell them to put it back.
  848. Sometimes life hits you in the head with a brick. Don’t lose faith.
  849. Sometimes life’s so much cooler when you just don’t know any better and all the painful lessons have not hammered your head open yet.
  850. Sometimes movies really are the best medicine.
  851. Sometimes my biography is interpreted as the upbringing of a French aristocrat. It was very, very different. We were a family of mercantile, immigrant Jews.
  852. Sometimes my songs wander off a bit and are not always coherent.
  853. Sometimes one creates a dynamic impression by saying something, and sometimes one creates as significant an impression by remaining silent.
  854. Sometimes one pays most for the things one gets for nothing.
  855. Sometimes, only one person is missing, and the whole world seems depopulated.
  856. Sometimes our light goes out but is blown into flame by another human being. Each of us owes deepest thanks to those who have rekindled this light.
  857. Sometimes, particularly in summers in New York, I have tried to write in shorts or with no shirt on and found myself unable to do so, the reason being, I take it, that writing, even of the most impersonal sort, is for me a divestment, a striptease, even, so that if I start off undressed, I have nowhere to go.
  858. Sometimes, people can be extraordinarily judgmental and closed-minded to anyone different or special, which is why it’s so hard for young people in this day and age to be comfortable enough in their own skin to not listen to the people picking on them.
  859. Sometimes people get really sniffy about the films you choose if you’ve done more dramatic projects or you’re classically trained.
  860. Sometimes people just need to feel heard, and being an actor has taught me to really listen.
  861. Sometimes, reading a blog, which I do infrequently, I see that generations of Americans have been wilfully crippled, and can no longer spell or write a sentence.
  862. Sometimes reading scripts is terrible.
  863. Sometimes, tax rate increases create the very problems that the spending is intended to cure. In other words, the tax rate increases reduce economic growth; they shrink the pie; they cause more poverty, more despair, more unemployment, which are all things government is trying to alleviate with spending.
  864. Sometimes the beauty is easy. Sometimes you don’t have to try at all. Sometimes you can hear the wind blow in a handshake. Sometimes there’s poetry written right on the bathroom wall.
  865. Sometimes the biggest statements you can make are by living something out.
  866. Sometimes the greatest meals on vacations are the ones you find when Plan A falls through.
  867. Sometimes the heart sees what is invisible to the eye.
  868. Sometimes the most beautiful thing is precisely the one that comes unexpectedly and unearned, hence something given truly as a present.
  869. Sometimes the poor are praised for being thrifty. But to recommend thrift to the poor is both grotesque and insulting. It is like advising a man who is starving to eat less.
  870. Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.
  871. Sometimes there has to be a goat on some level, and I’m totally fine with that being me.
  872. Sometimes things can be a guilty pleasure, but with ‘Idol,’ everyone talks about it like it’s a real thing; they argue over who’s gonna win… There’s no laughing at it.
  873. Sometimes, things may not go your way, but the effort should be there every single night.
  874. Sometimes, to keep things exciting, I decorate my house as if I owned a child. I’ll toss a tiny pair of shoes in the hallway or lean small wooden crutches in what I refer to as ‘the baby’s room,’ which is actually a tiny space where I make things. I continue to call it the baby’s room because it confuses people and it’s creepy.
  875. Sometimes too much to drink is barely enough.
  876. Sometimes we stare so long at a door that is closing that we see too late the one that is open.
  877. Sometimes, wearing a scarf and a polo coat and no makeup and with a certain attitude of walking, I go shopping or just look at people living. But then, you know, there will be a few teenagers who are kind of sharp, and they’ll say, ‘Hey, just a minute. You know who I think that is?’ And they’ll start tailing me. And I don’t mind.
  878. Sometimes, what you’re looking for is already there.
  879. Sometimes when God brings things into an individual’s life, it makes them totally depend on Him.
  880. Sometimes, when I see my granddaughters make small discoveries of their own, I wish I were a child.
  881. Sometimes when I try to make jokes or have a sense of humor in interviews, it doesn’t go over very well. But Twitter made my life easier in this way that I didn’t expect. It would have taken probably 10 times as long for people to accept my voice and my sense of humor if I didn’t have Twitter.
  882. Sometimes when I’m watching television and something, an image, will come on that has to do with 9/11 or some of these families telling their stories, or children talking about drawing pictures of airplanes flying into towers, you know, I find myself still choking up.
  883. Sometimes, when things are going really well, I feel like I’ve already seen things – it’s the flashback feeling in a good way. Like I’m watching a rerun, because I’ve studied this defense and know what comes next. Now, that is a good feeling, when your mind is working fast because you’ve studied, and you realize, ‘I’ve seen this before.’
  884. Sometimes when you fail, it allows you the opportunity to grow more motivation and get more intense about your training.
  885. Sometimes when you innovate, you make mistakes. It is best to admit them quickly, and get on with improving your other innovations.
  886. Sometimes when you’re suffering really intensely, you can’t pray for yourself.
  887. Sometimes with people I know, they’re playing the hunky action guy and there’s resistance to them coming out because it’s so connected to straight masculinity. There’s a plastic kind of movie star who has a very short shelf with very small kind of ambition. I see that but I still don’t agree with it.
  888. Sometimes with pop music, you have to see it to love it. With soul music, it’s sparse. There’s nothing that’s pretentious or planned. It’s just so gutsy.
  889. Sometimes, writing songs is like waiting in for deliveries. They give you a window, and your washing machine is going to show up, whether the window is the album or something you’re thinking, like, ‘This thing is going to come to me.’
  890. Sometimes you can’t prioritise family and you feel guilty.
  891. Sometimes you can’t see yourself clearly until you see yourself through the eyes of others.
  892. Sometimes you don’t know who you can and cannot trust. I still learn that over and over again.
  893. Sometimes you feel bad about yourself when there’s no reason to.
  894. Sometimes, you have to get angry to get things done.
  895. Sometimes, you have to make the choice to forgive 10 times a day when you have these pockets of anger come up. That’s a lot of work, but to me it’s worthwhile.
  896. Sometimes, you might meet somebody that you love that’s turning into a ‘they.’ My key is invite them to Miami and take them to the ocean and let them jump off the boat in the ocean, on the sand bar, and cleanse off and pray and then go take a shower, and hopefully the ‘they’ is out of you.
  897. Sometimes you need conflict in order to come up with a solution. Through weakness, oftentimes, you can’t make the right sort of settlement, so I’m aggressive, but I also get things done, and in the end, everybody likes me.
  898. Sometimes you need to get hit in the head to realize that you’re in a fight.
  899. Sometimes you stumble across a few chords that put you in a reflective place.
  900. Sometimes you try to help people, and it backfires on you, and then they try to take advantage of you.
  901. Sometimes you want to read what people write about you, obviously.
  902. Sometimes your best investments are the ones you don’t make.
  903. Sometimes your friends are your lovers, or have been at one time.
  904. Sometimes you’re going to win close fights, and that’s the way it is.
  905. Sometimes you’re looking to play perfect tennis but it’s not going to happen all the time and you have to accept it.
  906. Sometimes you’re not sure about a player. Sometimes you doubt. Sometimes you have to guess. Sometimes… you just know.
  907. Sometimes you’re reading something, and you don’t know it will be important in your life. You’re reading this script, and you start to get involved. It’s not an intellectual experience.
  908. Somewhere between a third and a quarter of all people living in America today were born between 1946 and 1965 and if you think you’re tired of hearing about us, you should try being one of us.
  909. Somewhere deep down there’s a decent man in me, he just can’t be found.
  910. Somewhere in talking and rehearsing, there is a magical moment where actors catch a current, they’re on the right road. If they really catch it, then whatever they do from then on is correct and it all comes out of them from that point on.
  911. Somewhere it is written that parents who are critical of other people’s children and publicly admit they can do better are asking for it.
  912. Somewhere, sometime I’d stopped expecting my father to father.
  913. Son, we’d like to keep you around this season but we’re going to try and win a pennant.
  914. Songs don’t have to be about going out on Saturday night and having a good rink-up and driving home and crashing cars. A lot of what I’ve done is about alienation… about where you fit in society.
  915. Songwriters always reminded me of that kid at school who would go around with his guitar, like, ‘Yeah, songwritin’ man,’ looking wistful. That wasn’t me – those kinds of people put me off. In the early days, I’d write a bunch of lyrics and almost look at them as a sort of joke, to make the rest of the boys laugh.
  916. Songwriting is my way of channeling my feelings and my thoughts. Not just mine, but the things I see, the people I care about. My head would explode if I didn’t get some of that stuff out.
  917. Sonny Liston is nothing. The man can’t talk. The man can’t fight. The man needs talking lessons. The man needs boxing lessons. And since he’s gonna fight me, he needs falling lessons.
  918. Sons have always a rebellious wish to be disillusioned by that which charmed their fathers.
  919. Sony is the coolest studio. They are really amazing. I think part of it comes from they’re not an American corporation. They don’t work by quite the same rules. And their studio heads have a lot of autonomy.
  920. Soon after, I returned home to my family, with a determination to bring them as soon as possible to live in Kentucky, which I esteemed a second paradise, at the risk of my life and fortune.
  921. Soon, I’ll be like all the others. The time will come for all of us, but the ideas of the Cuban Communists will remain.
  922. Sooner or later, man has always had to decide whether he worships his own power or the power of God.
  923. Sophocles was a general: a warrior writing plays about military situations.
  924. Sorry, I’m still a dialectical materialist.
  925. ‘Sorry’ just fit the bill for the crossover that both Lost Stories and I were attempting to do musically.
  926. Soul music is timeless.
  927. Soul music is true to its name. It’s music that connects to your soul, your spirit. When music resonates with people’s spirit like that, when people can emotionally connect with something or it helps to heal them, transform them, that never goes out of style. People will always need something to relate to.
  928. Sound character provides the power with which a person may ride the emergencies of life instead of being overwhelmed by them. Failure is… the highway to success.
  929. Sound money is the sine qua non of a prosperous society.
  930. Sounding bitter is not a good look. Less so if you’re retired.
  931. South Sudanese people are rich like the soil; they just need a little water, and they will grow.
  932. Southeast Asia has a real grip on me. From the very first time I went there, it was a fulfillment of my childhood fantasies of the way travel should be.
  933. Space has always been the spiritual dimension of architecture. It is not the physical statement of the structure so much as what it contains that moves us.
  934. Space is almost infinite. As a matter of fact, we think it is infinite.
  935. Space is big. You just won’t believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think it’s a long way down the road to the drug store, but that’s just peanuts to space.
  936. Space is the breath of art.
  937. SpaceX has the potential of saving the U.S. government $1 billion a year. We are opposed to creating an entrenched monopoly with no realistic means for anyone to compete.
  938. SpaceX is only 12 years old now. Between now and 2040, the company’s lifespan will have tripled. If we have linear improvement in technology, as opposed to logarithmic, then we should have a significant base on Mars, perhaps with thousands or tens of thousands of people.
  939. Spam complaints usually occur when the email loads for an extensively long time.
  940. SPAM is taking e-mail, which is a wonderful tool, and exploiting the idea that it’s very inexpensive to send mail.
  941. Speak ill of no man, but speak all the good you know of everybody.
  942. Speak low, if you speak love.
  943. Speak out in acts; the time for words has passed, and only deeds will suffice.
  944. Speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far.
  945. Speak the truth, and all things alive or brute are vouchers, and the very roots of the grass underground there, do seem to stir and move to bear you witness.
  946. Speak the truth, do not yield to anger; give, if thou art asked for little; by these three steps thou wilt go near the gods.
  947. Speak to Him often of your business, your plans, your troubles, your fears – of everything that concerns you.
  948. Speakers who talk about what life has taught them never fail to keep the attention of their listeners.
  949. Specialized meaninglessness has come to be regarded, in certain circles, as a kind of hallmark of true science.
  950. Speech is an arrangement of notes that will never be played again.
  951. Speech is human nature itself, with none of the artificiality of written language.
  952. Speeches are much easier if you read them. I just find when I do that, it’s harder to fire up the crowd.
  953. Speeches that are measured by the hour will die with the hour.
  954. Speed, it seems to me, provides the one genuinely modern pleasure.
  955. Speed provides the one genuinely modern pleasure.
  956. Spend more time in study and prayer. That’s the secret of successful evangelism.
  957. Spend the afternoon. You can’t take it with you.
  958. Spend the first six to 12 months building a great product or service that people love, rather than chasing investors. When the time comes to engage investors, you will be meeting them from a position of strength. This makes all the difference.
  959. Spike Lee is part of a retrograde movement in this country.
  960. Spinning has been such an amazing part of my exercise. I love the music, the energy, and the sweat. It’s a tough class, which makes me feel like I’ve really accomplished something. It’s a great way to burn fat and lean out the body. An all-around win!
  961. Spiritual people should not be ashamed of being wealthy.
  962. Spiritual relationship is far more precious than physical. Physical relationship divorced from spiritual is body without soul.
  963. Spiritual teachers and artists that have opened the eye of wisdom for the world, and visionary community builders, have influenced my work.
  964. Spirituality is meant to take us beyond our tribal identity into a domain of awareness that is more universal.
  965. Sporadic thoughts will pop into my head and I’ll have to go write something down, and the next thing you know I’ve written a whole song in an hour.
  966. Sport is one way of keeping kids off their phones.
  967. Sporting goods companies pay me not to endorse their products.
  968. Sports nurtures dreams of achieving self confidence and masculine striving for the skinny kid watching a boxer dance around the ring with sublime ease.
  969. Sportsmanship is definitely an important thing in all sports. In soccer, we all respect each other on such a high level, between Sweden and Brazil and Japan or whatever team it is.
  970. Sportsmen just do what they do. I’m not trying to be a role model. If there’s any inspiration people can take from me, take as much as you can – from my good and my bad.
  971. Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier.
  972. Spring beckons! All things to the call respond; the trees are leaving and cashiers abscond.
  973. Spring has many American faces. There are cities where it will come and go in a day and counties where it hangs around and never quite gets there. Summer is drawn blinds in Louisiana, long winds in Wyoming, shade of elms and maples in New England.
  974. Spy novels are traditionally about lone wolves, but how many people actually live like that?
  975. Spying among friends is never acceptable.
  976. St. Louis has a lot of weird food customs that you don’t see other places – and a lot of great ethnic neighborhoods. There’s a German neighborhood. A great old school Italian neighborhood, with toasted ravioli, which seems to be a St. Louis tradition. And they love provolone cheese in St. Louis.
  977. Stability means respecting precedents.
  978. Stage actors are usually much more conscious of speaking up and making sure that everyone can hear in the back of the theatre; a film actor probably thinks of that a little less.
  979. Stage fright is my worst problem. A voice is very intimate. It’s something of your own. So there’s always this fear, because you feel naked. There’s a fear of not reaching up to expectations.
  980. Stage fright is my worst problem.
  981. Stand a little less between me and the sun.
  982. Stand back! I gotta get some rocket fuel out of the fridge!
  983. Stand not too near the rich man lest he destroy thee – and not too far away lest he forget thee.
  984. Stand-up comedy is a raunchy profession.
  985. Stand-ups are always good to see on YouTube. There’s a guy named Mike Head who lives in Cleveland. He’s great. He’s an African-American stand-up.
  986. Stand with anybody that stands right, stand with him while he is right and part with him when he goes wrong.
  987. Standing as I do, with my hand upon this staff, and under the folds of the American flag, I ask you to stand by me so long as I stand by it.
  988. Standing ovations have become far too commonplace. What we need are ovations where the audience members all punch and kick one another.
  989. Standup comedy is inordinately difficult. If doing something else for a living will make you equally happy, choose that instead. I’m serious. Comedy is punishing.
  990. Staph lives on skin. That’s the reason why many infections start as a boil.
  991. Starbucks did this magical thing where it took a product that people didn’t really care that much about and made it this treat. It makes you feel better about your day and gives you a chance to reflect, makes you feel a little special.
  992. Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.
  993. Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.
  994. Start wide, expand further, and never look back.
  995. Start with what is right rather than what is acceptable.
  996. Starting a client meeting with an agenda:
  997. Starting a company and being a founder is really hard, and most companies fail. You really have to have a deep commitment and belief in it and be willing to see it through many ups and downs.
  998. Starting modeling in the ’90s, it was quite surreal. They were like, ‘You’re so different! So weird! So bizarre!’ And I’m like, ‘I’m so normal. What are you talking about?’
  999. State assaults on the separation of church and state are nothing new.
  1000. States should have the right to enact laws… particularly to end the inhumane practice of ending a life that otherwise could live.

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