„Fantasy is an 'F' word that hopefully the five second delay won't do anything with“

—  Peter Jackson, After receiving the Best Picture Oscar for "Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" at the 76th Academy Awards

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„A rule to live by: I won't use anything I can't explain in five minutes.“

—  Philip B. Crosby Quality guru 1926 - 2001
Philip B. Crosby, quoted in: Tim Oberle (2013), Process Techniques for Engineering High-Performance Materials. p. 353

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„The advantage of love at first sight is that it delays a second sight.“

—  Natalie Clifford Barney writer and salonist 1876 - 1972
In "Samples from Almost Illegible Notebooks", ADAM International Review, No. 299 (1962)

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„That would have to be the F-word.“

—  Michelle Pfeiffer American actress 1958
Context: That would have to be the F-word. Do you want me to say it? It's so descriptive, it can be used in so many ways — it can be used lovingly, it can be used in the most hateful — it's just very versatile... and you know, it's just, sometimes no other word will do. In response to the question, "What is your favourite curse word?" from Inside the Actors Studio (2007) http://uk.youtube.com/user/pfeifferpfan2

Walther von Brauchitsch photo

„I myself won't do anything, but I won't stop anyone else from acting.“

—  Walther von Brauchitsch German field marshal 1881 - 1948
September 1938. Quoted in "Plotting Hitler's Death: The Story of German Resistance" - Page 128 - by Joachim C. Fest - 1997

Daniel Abraham photo

„I think that the soul of fantasy—or second-world fantasy at least—is our problematic relationship with nostalgia.“

—  Daniel Abraham speculative fiction writer from the United States 1969
Context: I don't find fantasy to be more or less suited to philosophical questions than any other genre, really. I think that the soul of fantasy—or second-world fantasy at least—is our problematic relationship with nostalgia. The impulse to return to a golden age seems to be pretty close to the bone, at least in western cultures, and I wouldn't be at all surprised if it's a human universal. For me, it's tied up with the experience of aging and the impulse to recapture youth. Epic fantasy, I think, takes its power from that. We create golden eras and either celebrate them or—more often—mourn their loss. Interview with Peter Orullian http://orullian.com/writing/danielabraham_interview.html

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„Then there are three or four countries that have said they won't do anything. I believe Libya, Cuba and Germany are ones that have indicated they won't help in any respect.“

—  Donald Rumsfeld U.S. Secretary of Defense 1932
2000s, "Threats And Responses: Germany; Rumsfeld Faces Tense Greeting and Antiwar Rallies in Munich" by Thom Shanker, in The New York Times (8 February 2003) http://www.nytimes.com/2003/02/08/world/threats-responses-germany-rumsfeld-faces-tense-greeting-antiwar-rallies-munich.html

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Vasily Blyukher photo

„War is not included in the Second Five-Year Plan.“

—  Vasily Blyukher Soviet military commander 1889 - 1938
Blyukher at the XVII Congress of the CPSU(b), 8 February 1934 http://www.hrono.ru/vkpb_17/25_5.html

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