„The dumbing down of the country reflects itself on Broadway. The shows get dumber, and the public gets used to them.“


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„But the thing about getting rejected is that you reflect and think and analyze about why you got turned down. You learn a lot more from stories about getting rejected than stories about becoming happy.“

—  Makoto Shinkai Japanese anime director and former graphic designer 1973
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„I should get a weekend show where all I do is play country music.“

—  Jerry Springer American television presenter, former lawyer, politician, news presenter, actor, and musician 1944
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„Of course it's easy to get on public transit! It's public transit.“

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„The Soviet Union's propaganda clearly wishes to use public opinion in this country to get the West to reduce its own arms while doing nothing themselves. In this way they would gain nuclear superiority. This is simply not on.“

—  James Callaghan Prime Minister of the United Kingdom; 1976-1979 1912 - 2005
Speech at Cardiff (25 May 1983), quoted in Tim Jones, "Callaghan defends deterrent", The Times (26 May 1983), p. 1. This was during the 1983 general election in which the Labour Party had a policy of unilateral nuclear disarmament.