— Harlan Ellison American writer 1934 - 2018
— Masami Tsuda, Kare Kano: His and Her Circumstances, Vol. 20
Fonte: Kare Kano: His and Her Circumstances, Vol. 20
— Ernest Hemingway, livro A Farewell to Arms
Fonte: A Farewell to Arms
„I'm tired of being in love and being all alone
When you're so far away from me.
I'm tired of making out on the telephone
Because you're so far away from me.“
— Mark Knopfler English guitarist 1949
So Far Away
Song lyrics, Brothers in Arms (1985)
„Don't tell me what you believe in. I'll observe how you behave and I will make my own determination.“
— Alex Trebek Canadian-American television personality 1940
"What I've Learned: Alex Trebek", Esquire, March 2003.
— Tallulah Bankhead American actress 1902 - 1968
— Carrie Vaughn, Kitty Takes a Holiday
Fonte: Kitty Takes a Holiday
„She said, "I'll show you a picture,
A picture of tomorrow,
There's nothing changing, it's all sorrow."
"Oh, no, please don't show me
I'm a swine, you don't wanna know me!"“
— Pete Doherty English musician, writer, actor, poet and artist 1979
"Horrorshow" (with Carl Barat)
Lyrics and poetry
„I had to develop a sense of humor I'm sure it's a defense mechanism. It was, 'Before they make fun of me, I'll make a joke.' Being funny is just a point of view about life in general. Sometimes it's born out of difficult childhoods, where you have to develop a sense of humor. Ultimately, it's a gift.“
— Nathan Lane American actor 1956
Marshall Fine (January 24, 2000) "Nathan the 'Great'", The Journal News, p. 1E.
„I'll be damned if I am not getting tired of this. It seems to be the profession of a President simply to hear other people talk.“
— William Howard Taft American politician, 27th President of the United States (in office from 1909 to 1913) 1857 - 1930
Quoted in Archibald W. Butt (1930), Taft and Roosevelt.
„Don't, for goodness' sake, keep on saying 'Don't;' I hear so much of it, and it's monotonous, and makes me tired.“
— Kenneth Grahame, livro The Reluctant Dragon
The Boy to the dragon.
Dream Days (1898), The Reluctant Dragon
„Careers are not often as chosen as people think they are. People talk to me about my choices. I don't make choices, hardly. Things happen, and you say yes or no - usually 'yes', because it's always better to do something. What's the choice? Somebody will say, 'Don't do that part, you don't need to do that part.' And I'll say, 'Why not? What am I going to do? Sit around the house? I'd much rather go to work, and see actors, and have fun.“
— Christopher Walken American actor 1943
William Leith (January 25, 2003) "Dancing in the Dark: He was a baby when he got his first showbiz break in the 1940s, and then firmly schooled in the song-and-dance tradition. So how did Christopher Walken end up as a master of evil?", The Guardian.
— Charles Bukowski, livro Misto Quente
Fonte: Ham on Rye