Top 399 Cold Quotes of 2020

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“’Licensed to Ill’ was like a cold, and we took so much vitamin C that we’d never get that cold again.”

― Ad-Rock

“Men should not be forced to wear pants when it’s not cold.”

― Adam Clayton

“The new century has brought on its own terrible dangers, which although not reaching the apocalyptic potential of the Cold War, still have the capacity to shake our world.”

― Adam Schiff

“A cold atheistical materialism is the tendency of the so-called material philosophy of the present day.”

― Adam Sedgwick

“There is extraordinary similarities between the Midwest in America and Europe in that there is this sense of vast, open sky and loneliness and cold.”

― Ajay Naidu

“Le Carre’s voice – patrician, cold, brilliant and amused – was perfect for the wilderness-of-mirrors undertow of the Cold War, and George Smiley is the all-time harassed bureaucrat of spy fiction.”

― Alan Furst

“I never wanted to be a Cold War novelist.”

― Alan Furst

“We are not interested in the fact that the brain has the consistency of cold porridge.”

― Alan Turing

“What is absurd and monstrous about war is that men who have no personal quarrel should be trained to murder one another in cold blood.”

― Aldous Huxley

“When I was 14, I came to school in London. I remember it was very cold, but also having to adjust and become fluent in English.”

― Alek Wek

“How can you expect a man who’s warm to understand one who’s cold?”

― Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

“I think in some ways what Snowden is, is he’s a mix of a cold war spy novel and post-9/11 spy novel.”

― Alex Berenson

“Scrambled eggs are so simple, but they don’t wait or taste better cold!”

― Alex Guarnaschelli

“A lot of ‘2112’ was written in the back seat of a car and in cold dressing rooms while on tour in northern Ontario.”

― Alex Lifeson

“I started out as a Cold Warrior, even my last years in grade school.”

― Alexander Haig

“When I got the paperwork for Superstars, and I saw they asked what size swimsuit I wear, I had a hot flash, nearly broke into cold sweats and hired a trainer immediately.”

― Ali Landry

“Wind ought to be a verb or an adverb. It isn’t really anything. It’s a manner of movement of warmth and cold: a kind of information system of the air.”

― Alice Oswald

“I hate sunshine so much. I can only cope with it when it’s bitterly, bitterly cold.”

― Alison Mosshart

“Instead of working to give robots personhood status, we should concentrate on protecting our human workers. If that means developing a more cooperative approach to ownership of autonomous trucks so millions of drivers are not left out in the literal cold, so be it.”

― Alissa Quart

“It’s a beautiful feeling to be out on the ice, breathing in the cold air and hearing the blades hit the ice. It’s kind of romantic.”

― Allison Janney

“I actually have no aspirations to ride a motorcycle ever again. It’s exhausting. You get cold.”

― Ally Walker

“Last year, I made a refrigerator in my basement. And I needed to because I needed to figure how – you know there is no such thing as ‘cold.’ There is only less heat.”

― Alton Brown

“I’m not into cold weather, I like warm weather.”

― Amos Lee

“I have been a part of stage shows, but yes, I do get cold feet when I think that every move of mine will be under scrutiny!”

― Amruta Khanvilkar

“I’ll always identify as a Chicagoan; if it wasn’t so cold, I’d be there forever.”

― Amy Landecker

“I lived in Chicago for a few years and got a sense of – kind of that broad-shouldered, windy, um, stern, Midwestern, warm-slash-passive aggressive, wonderful – every adjective I can think of, very cold.”

― Amy Poehler

“Not so cold, some snow fell. I went inside the log cabin and said goodbye to Mother, she was so alike grandmother, just younger.”

― Anders Zorn

“As a singer, if I’m in a room that is too cold, I kind of freak out, so I actually like the humidity, and I love the heat.”

― Andra Day

“Without a family, man, alone in the world, trembles with the cold.”

― Andre Maurois

“If I get sued for keeping people safe and getting people in from the cold because they were endangering themselves, then so be it.”

― Andrew Cuomo

“Pressure and stress is the common cold of the psyche.”

― Andrew Denton

“It takes between three and six hours to make each snowball, depending on snow quality. Wet snow is quick to work with but also quick to thaw, which can lead to a tense journey to the cold store.”

― Andy Goldsworthy

“I wanted to like ‘Up in the Air’ – I like Jason Reitman – but Vera Farmiga left me cold.”

― Andy Kindler

“When I was a boy living in Edinburgh in Scotland, especially in December, when the hours of daylight were few, and it was cold, and often wet, I used to dream of escaping to a tropical magic kingdom.”

― Angus Deaton

“Time’s stern tide, with cold Oblivion’s wave, Shall soon dissolve each fair, each fading charm.”

― Anna Seward

“If one comes across sometimes as being cold or brusque, it’s simply because I’m striving for the best.”

― Anna Wintour

“The Cold War had become a battlefield marked by doublespeak. Disguise, distortion, and deception were accepted as reality. Truth was promised in a serum.”

― Annie Jacobsen

“With stealth technology, the U.S. could spy on its Cold War adversaries without running the risk of getting caught.”

― Annie Jacobsen

“No studio in Hollywood wanted ‘Cold Mountain.’ None. No one wanted ‘Ripley,’ no one wanted ‘The English Patient.’ That tells you there isn’t really an appetite for ambitious movie-making out there.”

― Anthony Minghella

“Passion must be concealed in a society where cold reserve and indifference are the signs of good breeding.”

― Anton Chekhov

“If I write that it was a cold day, you can be sure I know it was a cold day because Pepys told us.”

― Antonia Fraser

“In treating of the oak, I have considered that the species of it growing in warm climates is superior to that which is produced in cold countries. But we must not imagine this to be the case with all woods; on the contrary, the fir timber grown in cold countries is superior to that produced in warm ones, where its growth is rapid.”

― Antonie van Leeuwenhoek

“I never met a cold cut I didn’t like.”

― Art Donovan

“In the euphoria after the Cold War, there was a misplaced notion that the UN could solve every problem anywhere.”

― Atal Bihari Vajpayee

“Since the end of the Cold War, Soviet aggression had been replaced by a number of particularly venomous threats, from Timothy McVeigh to Osama bin Laden.”

― Barbara Olson

“I’d read Stone Cold’s biography about how he lived on, like, raw potatoes, and I thought, this is all part of it. This is what wrestlers do, and this is what I’m going to do.”

― Becky Lynch

“No matter how cold you are or how hungry you are, you might be warm tomorrow.”

― Ben Schnetzer

“When I lived in Paris, I would shop at antique shops and buy these huge coats because I was very cold. And then I started performing in them because I felt safe. I never stopped doing that.”

― Benjamin Clementine

“Let us not be deceived we are today in the midst of a cold war.”

― Bernard Baruch

“Joy Division sounded like Manchester: cold, sparse and, at times, bleak.”

― Bernard Sumner

“I crack jokes and play games and that’s really more my nature than being cold.”

― Bernhard Langer

“In Minneapolis, the overhead sky walks protect pedestrians from the winter cold and snow.”

― Bill Dedman

“The misconception that aid falls straight into the hands of dictators largely stems from the Cold War era.”

― Bill Gates

“I don’t mean to sound bitter, cold, or cruel, but I am, so that’s how it comes out.”

― Bill Hicks

“Usually older players, late in the season, start to get cold.”

― Bill Parcells

“Continuous eloquence wearies. Grandeur must be abandoned to be appreciated. Continuity in everything is unpleasant. Cold is agreeable, that we may get warm.”

― Blaise Pascal

“Meta-comedy is everywhere and always seems so cold and to me is really kinda snarky.”

― Bo Burnham

“Stalin’s policies pushed the world into the Cold War. Putin has the potential to be equally as dangerous.”

― Bob Ainsworth

“During the Cold War, workers proudly contributed to national defense, but the carelessness and haste in handling toxic waste created a nightmare of pollution for subsequent generations.”

― Bobbie Ann Mason

“Eventually, when I retire, I can say I’ve played at the Britannia Stadium on a Wednesday at 7 P. M. in the cold and wind.”

― Bojan Krkic

“Like it or not, Jesse Ventura is a Navy SEAL. He did the pushups and put up with the cold water, just like the rest of us.”

― Brandon Webb

“With Cold Sassy Tree having its first production, I saw no necessity to do anything other than produce it with the correct setting.”

― Bruce Beresford

“We always say that National songs have to have a heart, that we don’t make cold songs.”

― Bryce Dessner

“Cold is a state of mind.”

― Bud Grant

“Being cold for a short period of time is not life-threatening. You can perform a task when you’re cold. We proved that when the Vikings played outside.”

― Bud Grant

“I finished my Ph.D. at Berkeley in November 1987 and took a position as an independent fellow at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in January 1988.”

― Carol W. Greider

“I love cold, rainy weather.”

― Catherine Bell

“I… had guys on the set who didn’t like me… they weren’t interested in the cold character.”

― Catherine Keener

“The real fact is that I could no longer stand their eternal cold mutton.”

― Cecil Rhodes

“Watching cold fusion is like watching water boil in slow motion. First, sufficient deuterium has to penetrate the palladium electrode. This can take a few weeks. Then, if excess heat is generated during the next month or two, accurate temperature readings require extreme precautions to exclude environmental effects.”

― Charles Platt

“I take off my makeup with Ponds cold cream, and then I wash myself with gentle soap and water, and that’s it.”

― China Machado

“A generation of men really built the NFL and gave guys like me a shot, and a lot of these guys are left out in the cold by the league and forgotten.”

― Chris Borland

“We won the Cold War because we showed nuclear vigilance and diligence.”

― Chuck Fleischmann

“The lesson of the Cold War is that against nuclear weapons, only nuclear weapons can hold the peace.”

― Chung Mong-joon

“The only thing that kept the Cold War cold was the mutual deterrence afforded by nuclear weapons.”

― Chung Mong-joon

“When I was 13, I remember crying on my mum’s shoulder when my first girlfriend dumped me via MSN Messenger. That was cold.”

― Conor Maynard

“The mountains are a demanding, cold place, and they don’t allow for mistakes.”

― Conrad Anker

“I’m a wimp. I’m from Alabama. I don’t like the cold.”

― Dabo Swinney

“To be honest, I think for part of my late teens my character didn’t really develop very much. I was in a state of cold storage.”

― Damon Hill

“Donae’o is too cold; he’s been dropping bangers since 2000.”

― Daniel Kaluuya

“I don’t know, maybe I’m immature, but I still find it funny if I dump cold water on my girlfriend when she’s in the shower.”

― Daniel Tosh

“I’m not a big fan of cold weather; that’s why I moved to Vegas!”

― Dave Keuning

“The soy-bean, in particular, has proved sufficiently resistant to cold in spring and to adverse weather during summer to warrant heavy planting, especially throughout the South.”

― David F. Houston

“The cold grasp of corruption shackles the District of Columbia.”

― David Hogg

“I had the privilege of serving in uniform with British forces in Cold War Europe, Bosnia, Iraq, Afghanistan, and the greater Middle East.”

― David Petraeus

“The Cold War was wildly expensive and consumed the entire globe.”

― David Remnick

“Nature is cold, wet, hard and unforgiving.”

― David Remnick

“The weather plays a very big role. I have run very few races in the raining and the cold.”

― David Rudisha

“A lot of sci-fi shows are very cold, too concerned with hardware.”

― Dean Devlin

“If I get a cold, it lasts for a month.”

― Delta Goodrem

“One of the last episodes was all about a flood. We were working in the rain till all hours, and it was muddy and it was cold and it was damp, and it was hours under the hoses. That was not pleasant. That was not pleasant.”

― Derek Jacobi

“The first thing to know about playing baseball in Michigan is, Michigan’s really cold.”

― Derek Jeter

“People assume that science is a very cold sort of profession, whereas writing novels is a warm and fuzzy intuitive thing. But in fact, they are not at all different.”

― Diana Gabaldon

“Cold is not without its risks to runners, of course, especially ones who don’t head south when winter visits their neighborhood. Even pooh-pooh-ers of frozen lungs and lovers of dark jogs over permafrost have been known to be careful about certain hazards.”

― Don Kardong

“There’s nothing pretty about ice. Ice grows nothing. But we’ve got this in our minds that we’ve got to make everything cold.”

― Don Young

“His letter was like the shock produced by a cold bath.”

― Duff Green

“Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired, signifies in the final sense a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed.”

― Dwight D. Eisenhower

“It may be a cold, clammy thing to say, but those that treat friendship the same as any other selfishness seem to get the most out of it.”

― E. W. Howe

“What remains constant for me, during the last 15 years, has been the conviction that the cold war was a calamity for the entire world, and that it can be justified by no consideration of theory, nor by any supposed national interest.”

― Earl Browder

“Nixon was kind of a loner, he had a cold personality.”

― Earl Butz

“Our sympathy is cold to the relation of distant misery.”

― Edward Gibbon

“I don’t like cold weather.”

― Elana Meyers

“By the time I got to college, the Cold War was basically over.”

― Elif Batuman

“I have always seen cold and controlled men as the right ones for me.”

― Elisabetta Canalis

“Christmas in L.A. is weird. There’s no snow. It’s not even cold.”

― Ellie Goulding

“At the height of the Cold War, when Ronald Reagan was president, the Soviets and their allies and satellites did not shirk human rights debates with the West. They had their arguments ready.”

― Elliott Abrams

“This is an industry that doesn’t have the common cold… It has cholera.”

― Emanuel Azenberg

“I can be very stubborn, cold, strict, rigid, and – I’d like to think – driven.”

― Emily Meade

“A cold heart is my protection mechanism. I don’t really feel anything for anyone.”

― Emmanuel Jal

“Capital goes where it feels comfortable and warm, and if it’s cold, it runs to a country which gives it better weather.”

― Emmerson Mnangagwa

“It’s very homely, this castle. It doesn’t have huge ballrooms. I didn’t want a cold, cavernous place.”

― Enya

“Our live experiences, fixed in aphorisms, stiffen into cold epigrams. Our heart’s blood, as we write it, turns to mere dull ink.”

― F. H. Bradley

“During the Cold War, we were interested because we were scared that Russia and the United States were going to go to war. We were scared that Russia was going to take over the world. Every country became a battleground.”

― Fareed Zakaria

“If a patient is cold, if a patient is feverish, if a patient is faint, if he is sick after taking food, if he has a bed-sore, it is generally the fault not of the disease, but of the nursing.”

― Florence Nightingale

“A lot of electronic music out there feels cold. I want to incorporate a human element.”

― Flume

“Most of our cities built since the war are bland. They’re modernist, they’re cold, and now architects want to go back to that.”

― Frank Gehry

“Traditional market researchers are cold and calculating and scientific.”

― Frank Luntz

“When you’re being mean to someone, you can feel the audience just get cold.”

― Fred Armisen

“Extremes, though contrary, have the like effects. Extreme heat kills, and so extreme cold: extreme love breeds satiety, and so extreme hatred; and too violent rigor tempts chastity, as does too much license.”

― George Chapman

“I requested the gentlemen to put on their hats, and the ladies their shawls, to avoid catching cold, and then had the windows widely opened. This proceeding caused some astonishment and alarm at first; for the Americans generally have a dread of cold air.”

― George Combe

“I like to do a face steam, so, heat up a flannel, press it onto your face and then press a cold one on afterwards to close the pores. It’s inexpensive!”

― Georgia May Jagger

“My relationship with Ramos started off somewhat ‘cold.’”

― Gerard Pique

“One effect could be that the huge atomic arsenal created in the cold war could be reduced significantly.”

― Gerhard Schroder

“Gladio had been necessary during the days of the Cold War but, in view of the collapse of the East Block, Italy would suggest to Nato that the organisation was no longer necessary.”

― Giulio Andreotti

“I don’t like cold people at all. It makes me feel really insecure.”

― Gloria Vanderbilt

“’Blowback,’ as many ‘Nation’ readers are aware, was a term introduced into popular circulation by the late political scientist Chalmers Johnson, an old Cold Warrior turned dissident.”

― Greg Grandin

“In particular, Kissinger was a key player during a transformative period of the imperial presidency, in the 1960s and ’70s, when the Vietnam War undermined the traditional foundations on which it had stood since the early years of the Cold War: elite planning, bipartisan consensus, and public support.”

― Greg Grandin

“Sully’s’ upbeat message is that we still need humans. It was the heroically human Sully who saved those people, not some cold equation written on a chalkboard.”

― Greg Gutfeld

“Never underestimate the value of cold cash.”

― Gregory Nunn

“I’m a very unhealthy person, and Montreal is very cold, and I’m usually sick when I’m there.”

― Grimes

“I keep a very cold apartment – I tend to crank my AC just about as low as it can go. I sleep with a big, warm comforter, even during the summer, and just burrow underneath it.”

― Hari Nef

“As the winter set in with its customary Canadian severity the real trouble of the French began. They did not suffer from the cold, but they were dying of scurvy.”

― Harry Johnston

“Humans are pretty crafty but will fold quickly in severe cold.”

― Henry Rollins

“Every man has his secret sorrows which the world knows not; and often times we call a man cold when he is only sad.”

― Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

“Love keeps the cold out better than a cloak.”

― Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

“A library is thought in cold storage.”

― Herbert Samuel

“People nowadays don’t know about the Cold War and the U.S.’s old rivalry with the U.S.S.R.”

― Hideo Kojima

“Peanut Butter M&Ms in the fridge, I always have a giant bag. Every cookie and candy I put in the fridge, it always manages to taste better when it’s cold.”

― Hilary Rhoda

“A teacher who is attempting to teach without inspiring the pupil with a desire to learn is hammering on cold iron.”

― Horace Mann

“The teacher who is attempting to teach without inspiring the pupil with a desire to learn is hammering on cold iron.”

― Horace Mann

“There can be no possible question that cold is felt much more keenly in the thin air of nineteen thousand feet than it is below.”

― Hudson Stuck

“The start of the English county season – from April to mid-May when it’s cold – is the same as South Africa because it seams and swings. After that, the ball starts spinning nicely, and that’s when I get my wickets.”

― Imran Tahir

“I was always obsessed with crime, crime shows, anything to do with unsolved cold cases.”

― India Eisley

“I was very much in love with my mother. She was a very warm and a very cold woman. When she was warm, I tried to come close to her. But she could be very cold and rejecting.”

― Ingmar Bergman

“You can’t break Russian people, you know? ‘Cos we’re made in cold snow. We’re very resistant.”

― Irina Shayk

“We can also cut by heat – heat punch. And we also can cut by cold – extreme cold. When you cut with heat, it makes a mark. With cold, no mark. It depends on the fabric.”

― Issey Miyake

“I am a Florida guy. I don’t do cold.”

― J. R. Ramirez

“I would rather my constituents were warm and prosperous than cold and impoverished as we are overtaken by emerging markets who understandably put people before polar bears.”

― Jacob Rees-Mogg

“The good thing is, the season of chocolates is during the cold months. During the cold months, I can send ground.”

― Jacques Torres

“Since the attack on the United States on September 11 2001, and the US retaliation in Afghanistan and Iraq, there must be few people who have not felt a twinge of nostalgia for the cold war.”

― James Buchan

“My words in her mind: cold polished stones sinking through a quagmire.”

― James Joyce

“Into this pour the purified juice: and put it into a pan of water come almost to a boil and continue nearly in the state of boiling until the juice is found to be the consistency of a thick syrup when cold. It is then when cold, to be corked up in a bottle for use.”

― James Lind

“I’m not a big songwriter guy. People who are really good singer-songwriters usually left me kind of cold.”

― James Murphy

“The first time I was ever on stage, I was naked at 17. It was very cold!”

― James Purefoy

“Toward no crimes have men shown themselves so cold- bloodedly cruel as in punishing differences of belief.”

― James Russell Lowell

“I think that the Cold War was an exceptional and unnecessary piece of cruelty.”

― Jane Smiley

“The oil sequence was about two or three days. It was very cold and was snowing.”

― Jason Statham

“So with ‘Ascent,’ one of the things I wanted to do was not make it too remote from the reader, for it to be engaged with the human side and not just to be about the cold metal of planes and spacecraft.”

― Jed Mercurio

“I think there are a lot of actors who are excellent at cold reads, and they go to an audition, and they read the part and nail it, but then when it comes to the performance, they don’t have something.”

― Jeff Baena

“For me, Bloodshot was the least appealing character that Valiant had. He was so cold.”

― Jeff Lemire

“I learned to glitter the pumpkins for Halloween not because I went into it thinking, ‘I’m going to glitter some pumpkins!’ No. I bought all of these big, cold, slimy, disgusting pumpkins and tried to carve them, and it was gross, so I had to find something else to do with them. Glitter was life-changing.”

― Jen Lancaster

“I think NATO is a Cold War product. I think NATO historically should have shut up shop in 1990 along with the Warsaw Pact; unfortunately, it didn’t.”

― Jeremy Corbyn

“A computer is a wonderful thing, but it’s cold, and what comes out of it is sort of cold.”

― Jerry Della Femina

“The answer is that I do want to climb Everest, but I don’t want to go to Everest. I don’t want to be cold. I can’t take the time. It’s just not practical.”

― Jesse Itzler

“I remember my father banging away on an IBM Selectric in the garage. He wrote his first novels on that machine. I remember its pebbly surface, its cold heft. It made its mark, literally and violently.”

― Jesse Kellerman

“I try to stay away from carbs, but it can get cold in Chicago, and some sort of fettuccine Bolognese is right up my alley. That’s why I try to get to the gym as much as possible!”

― Jesse Lee Soffer

“The most compelling narrative, expressed in sentences with which I have no chemical reaction, or an adverse one, leaves me cold.”

― Jhumpa Lahiri

“If there’s Cold War, no ‘Star Wars’ in China.”

― Jiang Wen

“I’ve never seen a truly great fighter get knocked onto the ropes unconscious… knocked out cold before… and I saw Roy Jones get knocked out twice in a row.”

― Jim Lampley

“When I first started, all the reviews of Cold Chisel would say, ‘This singer won’t have a voice in six months.’”

― Jimmy Barnes

“When I was 18 in Cold Chisel, I didn’t want to make it to 21. Who wants to be that old?”

― Jimmy Barnes

“I was actually wilder before I joined Cold Chisel. I was really wild.”

― Jimmy Barnes

“The Elian events were shocking to Cubans because we were the fair-haired boys of the Cold War. The problem is, the Cold War ended.”

― Joe Garcia

“The Cold War has ended for America.”

― Joe Garcia

“While the Cold War had us questioning our next-door neighbors, big brands emerged to capture our trust. We became consumers.”

― Joe Gebbia

“I was well under the spell of the old Gold Medal Crime novels when I wrote ‘Savage Season,’ and I wanted to write a modern version of that. I had tried the same thing with ‘Cold in July,’ and I wanted to give it another go.”

― Joe R. Lansdale

“My work is frequently described as cold, which is baffling, since it seems to me embarrassingly, shame-makingly, scandalously warm. I find my work filled with sentiment, and I can’t imagine why people find it cold.”

― John Banville

“When I was ten years old, my family left a cold, damp prefab in West Fife and moved to Corby, Northamptonshire, where my father quickly found work at what was then the Stewarts & Lloyds steelworks.”

― John Burnside

“As the scene of life would be more the cold emptiness of space than the warm, dense atmosphere of planets, the advantage of containing no organic material at all, so as to be independent of both these conditions, would be increasingly felt.”

― John Desmond Bernal

“Assets are cold.”

― John Kluge

“’Stone Cold’ came in with a monster push as ‘The Ringmaster’ with Ted DiBiase. That didn’t work out.”

― John Layfield

“The Cold War was over long before it was officially declared dead.”

― John le Carre

“During the Cold War, we lived in coded times when it wasn’t easy and there were shades of grey and ambiguity.”

― John le Carre

“I worked for MI6 in the Sixties, during the great witch-hunts, when the shared paranoia of the Cold War gripped the services.”

― John le Carre

“The merit of ‘The Spy Who Came in from the Cold,’ then – or its offence, depending where you stood – was not that it was authentic, but that it was credible.”

― John le Carre

“There is one thing that freezes a musician more than the deadliest physical cold, and that is the spiritual chill of an unresponsive audience!”

― John Philip Sousa

“Good words cool more than cold water.”

― John Ray

“I didn’t want the record to be cold and I don’t think it’s cold at all. I felt it was very people oriented.”

― Jon Crosby

“When I went to Everest, I underestimated things. I just didn’t know what altitude could do. Or the cold – I especially didn’t appreciate the cold. It can be just debilitating, and things can happen so quickly.”

― Jon Krakauer

“As love without esteem is capricious and volatile; esteem without love is languid and cold.”

― Jonathan Swift

“I’m a schoolteacher. That’s even worse than being an intellectual. Schoolteachers are not only comic, they’re often cold and hungry in this richest land on earth.”

― Joseph L. Mankiewicz

“I’ve taken a mail packet boat along the southern Newfoundland coast and spent some time on St. Pierre and Miquelon watching the seal colonies. I like pine trees. I like cold rivers.”

― Joseph Monninger

“But scientists on both sides of the iron curtain played a very significant role in maintaining the momentum of the nuclear arms race throughout the four decades of the Cold War.”

― Joseph Rotblat

“Since the end of the Cold War two main nuclear powers have begun to make big reductions in their nuclear arsenals. Each of them is dismantling about 2,000 nuclear warheads a year.”

― Joseph Rotblat

“The Cold War is over but Cold War thinking survives.”

― Joseph Rotblat

“Europe can’t rely on a Trump-led U.S. for its defence. But, at the same time, it should recognise that the cold war is over – however unwilling to acknowledge it America’s industrial-military complex may be.”

― Joseph Stiglitz

“It’s lonely and cold on the top… lonely and cold.”

― Judy Garland

“A cold in the head causes less suffering than an idea.”

― Jules Renard

“People in L.A. don’t have to brace themselves against the cold; they slack off permanently, and their brains turn to mush.”

― Juliana Hatfield

“I caught a cold and didn’t have time to work on my autobiography.”

― Julie Doucet

“The first day I arrived, they told me to go home and get rid of that cold.”

― June Allyson

“I grew up during the Cold War, when everything seemed very tenuous. For many years, right up until the fall of the Berlin Wall, I had vivid nightmares of nuclear apocalypse.”

― Justin Cronin

“I was very much a child of the Cold War.”

― Justin Cronin

“I’m obsessed with Minnie Riperton’s voice: it’s like a smooth river of ice cold strawberry milk.”

― Justine Skye

“My telephone manners were, well, offensive to some. As I lugged my cell around, yammering away, I noticed cold stares from passersby who viewed me as a kind of techno-terrorist, or at least incredibly rude.”

― Kara Swisher

“I love Minnesota. The cold is fine with me, being from New Jersey.”

― Karl-Anthony Towns

“I often visit Maria Tatar’s ‘The Grimm Reader’ for a cold dose of courage. Her translations come from the Brothers Grimm, whose now-famous collection of ‘Kinder- und Hausmarchen’ (‘Children’s and Household Tales’) was first published in 1812. The book was not intended for young readers.”

― Kate Bernheimer

“Reagan won the Cold War by first restoring America’s economy and military and then staring down an economically weakened Soviet Union. He knew defeating Russia couldn’t be accomplished without laying the groundwork.”

― Kathleen Troia McFarland

“I just really, really hate being cold.”

― Kemba Walker

“On my body, I use Kai body butter. It smells really nice and it’s fresh and creamy. When it’s really cold out, I go with some good ol’ Nivea cream.”

― Keshia Knight Pulliam

“I had a minor in Russian history, and this was at the time when the big Cold War was going on.”

― Kevin J. Anderson

“Put someone on a horse looking cold and wet, and they don’t have to act. They just are cold and wet.”

― Kevin Macdonald

“Jeff Bridges is one of those icons that I put on a very high pedestal, so just to get to chill with him off-camera on cold, rainy days was surreal.”

― Kit Harington

“In a way, everything concerning a movie leaves me cold.”

― Klaus Kinski

“When Paris sneezes, Europe catches cold.”

― Klemens von Metternich

“In 2012, when Mitt Romney named Russia as our greatest geopolitical foe, Democrats scoffed and accused Republicans of trying to ignite a new Cold War.”

― Kristen Soltis Anderson

“I really like Cold Cave.”

― Kurt Vile

“It’s actually kind of a skill to act cold – to have the mannerisms of being cold when it’s the complete opposite of how you behave when you’re hot.”

― Lacey Chabert

“The human species really could have faced global thermonuclear war. During seventy years of Cold War we grew used to it.”

― Larry Niven

“Honestly, I expected to get a cold reception because of my subject matter. But when editors took a look at the story I had to tell, and saw that this was not a parochial story at all, they really warmed to it.”

― Laura Hillenbrand

“I get cold – really cold – when I travel.”

― Laura Linney

“It used to be said that when the U.S. sneezed, the world caught a cold. The opposite is equally true today.”

― Lawrence Summers

“Cold pizza is a perfect breakfast, with lots of salt.”

― Lemmy

“I wasn’t very worried about the Cold War; I was busy being a musician.”

― Lemmy

“Sometimes it’s a bizarre, fairly cold, and horrifying thing to be a parent.”

― Lena Headey

“When I heard I had gotten ‘Downton Abbey,’ I remember I was standing on a freezing cold street in Manchester where we were shooting the Manchester part of ‘West is West.’”

― Lesley Nicol

“It was never a thing that bothered me, being cold or if there’s snow. It never fazed me.”

― Le’Veon Bell

“Since the end of the Cold War, hegemonism has become increasingly unpopular.”

― Li Peng

“America stood at the summit of power, emerging from the Cold War as an economic, cultural and military force without equal.”

― Lincoln Chafee

“If you take a reasonable amount of vitamin C regularly, the incidence of the common cold goes down. If you get a cold and start immediately, as soon as you start sneezing and sniffling, the cold just doesn’t get going.”

― Linus Pauling

“Helsinki isn’t all that bad. It’s a very nice city, and it’s cold really only in wintertime.”

― Linus Torvalds

“By Hollywood standards I’m still fat: until you are zero, you are big. I do get cold a lot now. I used to have a lot of layers – now I got to get a fur coat.”

― Lisa Lampanelli

“If the world seems cold to you, kindle fires to warm it.”

― Lucy Larcom

“My house is my refuge, an emotional piece of architecture, not a cold piece of convenience.”

― Luis Barragan

“Notionally a left-wing movement, the Anti-Germans were born after the collapse of the Berlin wall. While most Germans rejoiced at the end of the Cold War, the Anti-Germans feared that a united Germany might lead to a fourth Reich – and a return of anti-Semitism.”

― Luke Harding

“Two decades after communism and the alleged end of the Cold War, Russia is still a cash economy. The preferred currency is dollars, though euros are also acceptable.”

― Luke Harding

“Usually, in a studio, when it’s supposed to look cold, it’s boiling hot. And then, the hot scenes, you’re freezing.”

― Luke Hemsworth

“The U.N. bureaucracy has grown to elephantine proportions. Now that the Cold War is over, we are asking that elephant to do gymnastics.”

― Madeleine Albright

“Machiavelli had some cold tricks for people who wanted to be demagogues and wanted to take over the world.”

― Mads Mikkelsen

“I can be more cold than people would like me to be.”

― Maelle Gavet

“I’m from Miami, I love it when we’re out in the heat. When it’s cold, I’m like, ‘I’m never acting again,’ because it’s too freezing.”

― Majandra Delfino

“The cold, mean ‘Sunset Boulevard’ – a beautiful title, though I suspect it was shot on another boulevard – is further proof of the resurgence of art in the Hollywood of super-craftsmen with insuperable taste.”

― Manny Farber

“Obama’s even keel sometimes comes across as aloof or even cold.”

― Mara Liasson

“Babies act out when they’re hungry, cold, tired. They do this for survival.”

― Marilu Henner

“A career is wonderful, but you can’t curl up with it on a cold night.”

― Marilyn Monroe

“Russia is an important power upon which the U.S.A. imposed a Cold War.”

― Marine Le Pen

“I’ve always been a fan of books that create an interesting blend of fact and fiction – whether it’s Norman Mailer, or ‘The Short Timers,’ or ‘In Cold Blood.’ I’m a fan of that genre.”

― Mark Boal

“Antarctica is otherworldly, like nothing I’ve ever seen before. Stark, cold, beautiful desolation.”

― Mark Hoppus

“Knocking someone out cold means you just caught them, that’s all.”

― Mark Hunt

“It is so cold out there, my head nearly fell off.”

― Mark McKinney

“Occasionally, human beings are briefly de-animated, and the stories of people who are briefly de-animated that interest me the most are those having to do with the cold.”

― Mark Roth

“Following the end of the Cold War, there was much discussion concerning the point of NATO. In the event, it was reinvented as a means of reducing Russia’s reach on its western frontiers and seeking to isolate it. Its former East European client states were admitted to NATO, as were the Baltic states.”

― Martin Jacques

“One of the extraordinary features of the Blair government has been its slavish support for the central tenets of Bush’s foreign policy – above all, the war in Iraq. During the Cold War, the Wilson government resisted the suggestion that it should send troops to Vietnam.”

― Martin Jacques

“While we’re filming ‘Bake Off,’ I can get really cold, so I’m often holding a hot-water bottle or layered up under an anorak and a warm hat.”

― Mary Berry

“Men’s hearts are cold. They are indifferent.”

― Mary Harris Jones

“I grew up in Boston, so it’s a nice change to be cold after living in California.”

― Matt LeBlanc

“In February 1932, the ‘Times’ published an account of community resistance to the eviction of three families in the Bronx, observing, ‘Probably because of the cold, the crowd numbered only 1,000.’”

― Matthew Desmond

“I didn’t learn to swim until I was 21 or something because I grew up in the mountains in Wyoming and all the water is glacier runoff and cold.”

― Matthew Fox

“I love how British guys dress for the cold.”

― Meghan Markle

“The weather became so intensely cold that we sent for all the hunters who had remained out with captain Clarke’s party, and they returned in the evening several of them frostbitten.”

― Meriwether Lewis

“The cold harsh reality is that we have to balance the budget.”

― Michael Bloomberg

“I delve into cold cases by scouring the Internet for any digital crumbs authorities may have overlooked, then share my theories with the 8,000 or so mystery buffs who visit my blog regularly.”

― Michelle McNamara

“I have played in rain before. I have played in wind before. I have played in cold before, but not all put together. They were the hardest conditions I ever played in.”

― Michelle Wie

“Cancer is like the common cold; there are so many different types. In the future we’ll still have cancer, but we’ll detect it very, very early, so that it won’t kill anybody. We’ll zap it at the molecular level decades before it grows into a tumor.”

― Michio Kaku

“Man dies of cold, not of darkness.”

― Miguel de Unamuno

“I think that being a Wildling is essentially about surviving the cold, and in that department, the extras on our shoot excelled and needed no help from us.”

― Miguel Sapochnik

“The harsh cold and windburn from hours of skiing does a lot of damage to my skin, so I try to keep my skin as moisturized as possible.”

― Mikaela Shiffrin

“My generation was the tail end of the Cold War.”

― Mike Pompeo

“Without perestroika, the cold war simply would not have ended. But the world could not continue developing as it had, with the stark menace of nuclear war ever present.”

― Mikhail Gorbachev

“I think the Cold War was worse for Africa than colonialism.”

― Mo Ibrahim

“I hate being cold and I hate being wet and around 80% percent of this film I was cold and another 60% I was cold and wet, so it wasn’t the best shoot for me.”

― Morris Chestnut

“Nah, I’m not a prima donna, but I just don’t like being cold and wet.”

― Morris Chestnut

“Neighbors are competitors instead of partners, suspicious instead of trustful, indifferent instead of helpful, cold instead of loving, greedy instead of generous. We no longer consider ourselves living in neighborhoods, but only as living next to ‘hoods.’”

― Mother Angelica

“Basically, I wear sandals, like Jesus. When it gets cold in Chicago, the snow way up to my knees, I still wear my sandals. But that’s me.”

― Mr. T

“There’s just something about that cold rush that I know I hate and a lot of other swimmers hate.”

― Natalie Coughlin

“Of course Messi could handle a cold Tuesday night in Stoke. He’d be drinking tea and relaxing beforehand. Me? I’d probably be the same.”

― Neymar

“I can take hardship. I can sleep on the cold floor anytime. I can also sleep on a feather bed.”

― Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

“Normally, when New York catches a cold, London sneezes.”

― Nigel Farage

“Do I have a cold heart? Some say.”

― Noah Cyrus

“’Falling Skies’ was mostly night work in winter in Toronto. It was cold and wet, and we were filthy.”

― Noah Wyle

“John Lewis Gaddis is not only the favorite historian of the Reagan administration, but he’s regarded as the dean of Cold War scholarship, the leading figure in the American Cold War scholarship, a professor at Yale.”

― Noam Chomsky

“I go into Daunt Books in Marylebone every couple of weeks. My wife Sara demolishes books, but I only buy stuff occasionally. I like boys’ things, spies and the Cold War.”

― Noel Gallagher

“I don’t feel the cold. It’s my British blood!”

― Olivia De Havilland

“A small cold and cough can actually stop you from going where you are.”

― P. V. Sindhu

“I love Stone Cold. It’s a weird obsession, and he should probably get a restraining order.”

― Paige

“Force-backed humanitarianism, which relies on rational influence over events in other countries, may have been a more feasible project in the bipolar era of the Cold War, with its relatively defined and stable web of alliances and proxies.”

― Pankaj Mishra

“Unlike my previous roles, which portrayed girls who are supportive and loving, Hye-jung is a cold loner who doesn’t know how to love.”

― Park Shin-hye

“Turkey, a powerful and reliable ally of the U.S. through the Cold War, appears to be coming unmoored from Europe and the West and is becoming increasingly sectarian, autocratic, and nationalistic.”

― Pat Buchanan

“Why, a quarter of a century after the Cold War, do we still have 28,000 troops in Korea?”

― Pat Buchanan

“Night fell clean and cold in Dublin, and wind moaned beyond my room as if a million pipes played the air.”

― Patricia Cornwell

“One of my first jobs was on a show called ‘Cold Case.’”

― Patrick J. Adams

“When you think of the Cold War, there are various places where you imagine espionage. Espionage crossroads of the Cold War bring you to the backstreets of Berlin, or Vienna.”

― Paul Greengrass

“Greenpeace has a fast ship that could stop the whalers cold.”

― Paul Watson

“I intend to do the Penn & Teller show until they pry my cheesy magic wand from my cold dead fingers.”

― Penn Jillette

“The safest period of my lifetime was the Cold War, when Europe was more sharply divided than ever.”

― Peter Hitchens

“If you go to Minnesota in January, you should know that it’s gonna be cold. You don’t panic when the thermometer falls below zero.”

― Peter Lynch

“It was so interesting to discover Nixon was a Californian. I always think Nixon should come from a cold place.”

― Peter Morgan

“There is no surer mark of the absence of the highest moral and intellectual qualities than a cold reception of excellence.”

― Philip James Bailey

“The house I grew up in was a tall Victorian town house in Bristol. There were very big rooms, which were under-furnished and always cold.”

― Philippa Gregory

“It doesn’t matter if the water is cold or warm if you’re going to have to wade through it anyway.”

― Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

“A little bit of mercy makes the world less cold and more just.”

― Pope Francis

“While I’m acting, I’m a professional, and then I don’t break into cold sweat for whatsoever reason.”

― Prabhu Deva

“I like to be comfortable, and don’t like to be cold, and I don’t like to wear anything I’m not in the mood for.”

― Rachel Bilson

“I make no apologies for not being very outdoorsy and for not really enjoying the cold.”

― Rachel Campos-Duffy

“I came from Canada, where it’s freezing cold for seven months out of the year.”

― Rachelle Lefevre

“When I am really angry, I clam up, go cold.”

― Ram Kapoor

“What I like about the piano is that it’s a beautiful hybrid instrument in the sense that it can sound very warm but also very cold.”

― Ramin Djawadi

“I’m not a fan of cold weather.”

― Ravyn Lenae

“It was an ideal day for football – too cold for the spectators and too cold for the players.”

― Red Smith

“My last meal on Earth, I would love it to be a bowl of blueberries with cold cream.”

― Rene Redzepi

“The United States emerged from the Cold War with unprecedented absolute and relative power. It was truly first among unequals.”

― Richard N. Haass

“The jealousy and resentment that animate the terrorists also affect many of our former cold war allies.”

― Richard Perle

“That common cold of the male psyche, fear of commitment.”

― Richard Schickel

“My favourite British spots are any of the beautiful parks, especially on a sunny day such as this, after a long stretch of cold, cloudy and rainy days.”

― Richard Schiff

“They’re trying to put data centers in cold environments because they’re actually generating so much heat now; they’re using up so much electricity.”

― Rick Smolan

“I need a coffee, I’m a cold coffee guy. That’s how I do.”

― Rob Riggle

“Great things come out of being hungry and cold. Once you’re pampered, you get lazy.”

― Rob Zombie

“The Cold War went on for so long that it bred a kind of worldwide military establishment. Even when budgets went down in the early and mid-nineties, it didn’t really affect it.”

― Robert D. Kaplan

“What Americans can’t face is that one of the reasons that the Russians and the Chinese were so impressed with us during the Cold War was the fact that Nixon and Kissinger went on bombing despite public reaction.”

― Robert D. Kaplan

“The Cold War is over. The kind of authority that the presidents asserted during the Cold War has now been diminished.”

― Robert Dallek

“The Bay of Pigs is one of America’s most infamous Cold War blunders, and it has been studied, debated, and dramatized endlessly ever since.”

― Robert Dallek

“In Boston serpents whistle at the cold.”

― Robert Lowell

“I come from Maceio, where it is very hot all year around. I moved to Florinoples in the south, which is very cold. I passed the tests that were asked of me there, and that got me the move to Germany. I could have stayed in Brazil, but I wanted the challenge.”

― Roberto Firmino

“I always used to develop a cold going into the studio.”

― Roger Daltrey

“When I filmed ‘Live And Let Die’ with Jane Seymour, I kept my socks on in bed, as it was such a cold set.”

― Roger Moore

“Whatever brief delights it provides, mere strangeness in poetry and prose eventually leaves us cold, especially when we suspect the writer is stretching for effect to avoid the actual life before his eyes.”

― Roger Rosenblatt

“I don’t see the value of boringly reporting the cold facts.”

― Rory MacLean

“I like the cold weather better than the hot weather.”

― Rosie Perez

“The cold, commercial word ‘market’ disguises its human character – a market is a collection of our aspirations, exertions, choices and desires.”

― Rupert Murdoch

“The United States particularly abandoned Liberia after the end of the Cold War.”

― Russell Banks

“Even if I’m not vocally my best, if I have a head cold, as an actor, I cannot give anything less than my very, very best. There’s nowhere to hide!”

― Ruthie Ann Miles

“The Cold War in Africa is one of the darkest, most disgraceful pages in contemporary history, and everybody ought to be ashamed.”

― Ryszard Kapuscinski

“People were really interested in what was going on because of the international context of the Cold War.”

― Ryszard Kapuscinski

“The Cold War was waged in a particularly brutal and cynical way in Africa, and Africa seemed powerless to do anything to stop it.”

― Ryszard Kapuscinski

“My mother was physically and emotionally abusive. My father was an extremely cold man.”

― S. E. Hinton

“I realised what goes on in the egg industry and the dairy industry, so then I was like, ‘That’s it! Going vegan!’ and I just kind of went cold turkey, basically.”

― Sadie Sink

“As the Cold War melts into history, our first concern should be the preservation and extension of human rights and democracy.”

― Sam Brownback

“Among physicists and chemists, cold fusion – nuclear fusion at close to room temperature – enjoys a reputation about on par with creationism.”

― Sam Kean

“I enjoy some physical stuff. But if I had a choice between playing a scene where it’s raining, it’s terribly cold, I’m wet and I’m being drowned and playing a scene with dinosaur eggs in a laboratory, I’d probably take the latter. It’s warmer and generally more comfortable!”

― Sam Neill

“The interval between a cold expectation and a warm desire may be filled by expectations of varying degrees of warmth or by desires of varying degrees of coldness.”

― Samuel Alexander

“I want to be engaged and moved by theatre, there’s nothing more disappointing than being left cold. After ‘The Author,’ I felt wrung out emotionally, like a used tissue.”

― Samuel Barnett

“To make a movie is very grueling at times. Long, long hours and cold weather.”

― Sanaa Lathan

“Swimming in the cold and the dark of British autumn is not for the faint-hearted.”

― Sarah Hall

“Swimming in the U.K. is not really about enjoying a sultry experience. It’s about cold, clear acts of purification, and constitutional durability. It’s about invigoration and bravado.”

― Sarah Hall

“It is a tough choice between ending up in the cold or ending up in a fiery blast.”

― Saul Perlmutter

“Deaf people are struggling to find their favorite show or something that represents them. It’s hard. There are some examples of shows that have a deaf storyline in one episode, like Cold Case, or another show where they are focusing on the cochlear implant or the medical aspect.”

― Sean Berdy

“I love cold weather.”

― Seth Rogen

“The usual metric for whether a planet is habitable or not is to ascertain whether liquid water could exist on its surface. Most worlds will either be too cold, too hot or of a type (like Jupiter) that may have no solid surface and be swaddled in noxious gases.”

― Seth Shostak

“Cold calling is about developing social skills and getting used to rejection. We are constantly selling something to somebody.”

― Shahid Khan

“I was so cold the other day, I almost got married.”

― Shelley Winters

“It was so cold I almost got married.”

― Shelley Winters

“I don’t think I could survive in cold places.”

― Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce

“Desserts are all about form and function, about warm and hot and cold. I want every component to hit your palate on different levels at different times.”

― Sherry Yard

“There is a duality in recognising what an incredible disease it is – in terms of its origin, that it emerges out of a normal cell. It’s a reminder of what a wonderful thing a normal cell is. In a very cold, scientific sense, I think a cancer cell is a kind of biological marvel.”

― Siddhartha Mukherjee

“I just can’t get excited about money as a motivation in a film. It leaves me cold.”

― Simon Beaufoy

“Our American professors like their literature clear and cold and pure and very dead.”

― Sinclair Lewis

“Because of the need to remove all modernism, we stayed in the middle of nowhere all day long, living out of tents. It was cold. It definitely set the scene.”

― Skeet Ulrich

“The ‘Cold War’ impinged on the daily lives of Americans. The wars after 11 September 2001 have been fought without the general American population having to make any sacrifices. It goes on, and so do we.”

― Stanley Hauerwas

“I have never connected with ‘Gone With the Wind.’ ‘Lawrence of Arabia’ leaves me cold.”

― Stephen Hunter

“During the Cold War, America took sides not only in disputes between Arab countries, but also in debates within them.”

― Stephen Kinzer

“The United States has dealt with the Middle East and surrounding regions for many decades in the context of the Cold War.”

― Stephen Kinzer

“During the Cold War, the non-aligned movement tried to become a ‘third force’ in world politics, but failed because it was too large and unwieldy.”

― Stephen Kinzer

“Our Cuba policy didn’t make much sense during the Cold War and makes even less sense now.”

― Stephen M. Walt

“It gets cold here in the Ozarks in the winter. There are often warm winter days, but there are also weeks when the temperature never climbs above freezing.”

― Sue Hubbell

“After the Cold War ended, there was an agreement between the former Soviet Union and America to convert weapons-grade nuclear materials into reactor-grade materials. So disarmament and nuclear energy actually are strongly linked.”

― Susan Eisenhower

“The final cover for ‘Heroes Are My Weakness’ feels exactly right. It reflects the cold, wintry setting of an isolated island off the coast of Maine and the feisty spirit of a heroine who refuses to give up, even when the odds are stacked against her.”

― Susan Elizabeth Phillips

“You have to have a somewhat cold heart to be a writer.”

― Susanna Kaysen

“Redheads feel hot and cold temperatures more severely than anyone else.”

― Susannah Cahalan

“I saw the gooseflesh on my skin. I did not know what made it. I was not cold. Had a ghost passed over? No, it was the poetry.”

― Sylvia Plath

“The mud is cold when you’re in the north of Scotland!”

― Tahar Rahim

“In some ways, the ’60s were a reaction to the ’50s and the intensity of the Cold War.”

― Tariq Ali

“Scalded cats fear even cold water.”

― Thomas Fuller

“During the cold war, it was easy for the Pentagon to justify its budget, as the Soviets essentially sized our forces for us. We simply counted up their stuff and either bought more of the same or upgraded our technology.”

― Thomas P.M. Barnett

“I love this country, but the union jack leaves me cold.”

― Timothy Garton Ash

“Secular humanists suspect there is something more gloriously human about resisting the religious impulse; about accepting the cold truth, even if that truth is only that the universe is as indifferent to us as we are to it.”

― Tom Flynn

“To help producers serve larger institutional customers like schools and hospitals, USDA has helped fund new regional infrastructure like cold storage warehouses, commercial kitchens and local slaughter facilities.”

― Tom Vilsack

“I’m recovering from a cold. I’m so full of penicillin that, if I sneeze, I’ll cure someone.”

― Tommy Cooper

“I’ve been in a lot of castles, and they are pretty damp, cold and gloomy. However, I love Windsor Castle in England.”

― Tracie Peterson

“I would rather have been shot straight-up in cold blood-but to be set up? By people who you trusted? That’s bad.”

― Tupac Shakur

“Success is as ice cold and lonely as the North Pole.”

― Vicki Baum

“Using cold facts and figures, leaders throughout the West must become more transparent with their citizens in explaining their decisions and their choices in global markets.”

― Victor Ponta

“I wear sunglasses because of the glare of the spotlights. I wear gloves because it is very cold in the U.K.”

― Vincent Tan

“Even during the years of the Cold War, the intense confrontation between the Soviet Union and the United States, we always avoided any direct clash between our civilians and, most certainly, between our military.”

― Vladimir Putin

“We’re no longer in the Cold War. Eavesdropping on friends is unacceptable.”

― Vladimir Putin

“Drown in a cold vat of whiskey? Death, where is thy sting?”

― W. C. Fields

“I shall not die of a cold. I shall die of having lived.”

― Willa Cather

“My grandmother’s house – she ran it just like her grandmother and her great-grandmother. They didn’t have electricity. They had wood stoves that never got cold.”

― Willard Scott

“He’s computerized, but I won’t let him come on cold. I created KITT. I understand the personality of the car.”

― William Daniels

“We covet experience; we have a secret desire to learn, not from cold prohibition, but from trial, whether those things, which are not without a semblance of good, are really so ill as they are described to us.”

― William Godwin

“Old friendships are like meats served up repeatedly, cold, comfortless, and distasteful. The stomach turns against them.”

― William Hazlitt

“For some reason, lots of terrible things start here and then spread. The Cold War was one. It didn’t start in Berlin – it started in Athens in December 1944; the contagion in the eurozone started here in 2010. We are perfectly capable as Europeans of messing things up unnecessarily.”

― Yanis Varoufakis

“The problem with certainty is that sometimes it can sound cold and heartless, although it is the most compassionate and supportive answer.”

― Yehuda Berg

“When I get drafty cold air in my ears, I would get an earache and get sick. I had to make sure I hustled and stayed well for my shows that I played.”

― Zac Brown

“I can’t stand having cold air blowing in my ears, so when it’s cold at my house, or if I am outside, I am going to have my ears covered up.”

― Zac Brown

“When you are a singer, you have to nurse yourself and make sure you don’t get a cold.”

― Zac Brown

“Sometimes, especially when it’s cold, I get dry skin, so I scratch a lot. I scratch my arms incessantly.”

― Zac Efron

“World War II and the ensuing Cold War compelled the United States to develop a sustained commitment to Western Europe and the Far East.”

― Zbigniew Brzezinski

“America’s victory in the Cold War was not without painful social costs.”

― Zbigniew Brzezinski

“Usually, I just don’t care what I look like. If it’s cold, I’m, like, putting on whatever I have to to be warm.”

― Zendaya
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