„You know what? When someone does that for me, it makes me feel really good. It's like you're important.“
— Anne Murray Canadian singer 1945
Regarding the people meeting Murray at the grocery store to ask how her career's going.
„You have no idea how it feels to know that you've cut someone to the quick. I'll never do it again, never, never.“
— Irene Dunne American actress 1898 - 1990
Preofections - Irene Dunne, by Elizabth Wilson; Silver Screen (November 1936) http://www.irenedunnesite.com/press/silver-screen-november-1936/.
„The rules were always there. There was always one rule; don't break the golden rule, which is if someone says that they love your music, so they love you and you're amazing; you're not amazing. You're not amazing. It's not you, they don't know you, you know? It's not that way. So don't believe that. I don't believe that about myself, and I don't believe when someone likes me too much or hates me too much. I don't believe they know what they're talking about.“
— Josh Homme American musician 1973
" JOSHUA HOMME: “IT DOESN'T MATTER IF IT’S BEEN SAID, IT’S NEVER BEEN SAID BY ME” http://www.antiquiet.com/news/2010/09/josh-homme-interview-zane-lowe/", Antiquet (August 27th, 2009)
„… the single most important activist thing we could do is invent a good vegan cheese. If someone’s receptive to veganism, but they don’t feel like they can do it, it always is, “But I love how this or that tastes!” And it seems like as much as they’ll agree with you about the ethical arguments, their own taste preferences win out.“
— Isa Chandra Moskowitz American food writer 1973
" Isa Chandra Moskowitz: The vegan ambassador http://www.culinate.com/articles/the_culinate_interview/isa_chandra_moskowitz". Interview by Ben Grossblatt for Culinate, July 3, 2007
— Navjot Singh Sidhu Indian cricketer and politician 1963
To Martin Crowe http://www.funenclave.com/jokers-club/sidhuism-actual-sayings-navjot-singh-sidhu-1893.html.
„Do you know what I think about crying? I think some people have to learn to do it. But once you learn, once you know how to really cry, there's nothing quite like it. I feel sorry for those who don't know the trick. It's like whistling or singing.“
— Anne Rice, Memnoch the Devil