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“His ignorance is encyclopedic.”

― Abba Eban

“What is necessary to change a person is to change his awareness of himself.”

― Abraham Maslow

“His resolve is not to seem the bravest, but to be.”

― Aeschylus

“I came close to signing Elvis Presley. I offered $25,000 for his contract and they asked for $45,000 and I just didn’t have the other $20,000.”

― Ahmet Ertegun

“I admire Modi’s leadership and his ideology.”

― Akkineni Nagarjuna

“I always loved Sid Caesar and all the people on his program.”

― Alan Alda

“He’s a million rubber bands in his resilience.”

― Alan K. Simpson

“We toast the Lisp programmer who pens his thoughts within nests of parentheses.”

― Alan Perlis

“Man is an intelligence in servitude to his organs.”

― Aldous Huxley

“Power over a man’s subsistence is power over his will.”

― Alexander Hamilton

“The bookful blockhead, ignorantly read, With loads of learned lumber in his head.”

― Alexander Pope

“His huff arrived and he departed in it.”

― Alexander Woollcott

“In England, the referee doesn’t blow his whistle.”

― Alexandre Lacazette

“The neurotic is nailed to the cross of his fiction.”

― Alfred Adler

“One has to get rid of his inhibitions, being an actor.”

― Ali Fazal

“A man’s measure is his will.”

― Ali ibn Abi Talib

“No one has ever suffered from his people as I have.”

― Ali ibn Abi Talib

“Man has an incurable habit of not fulfilling the prophecies of his fellow men.”

― Alistair Cooke

“All are lunatics, but he who can analyze his delusions is called a philosopher.”

― Ambrose Bierce

“Alien – an American sovereign in his probationary state.”

― Ambrose Bierce

“There are two trilogies I admire: Robertson Davies’s ‘The Deptford Trilogy’ and Philip Pullman’s ‘His Dark Materials.’”

― Amy Bloom

“My dad gave me one of his kidneys.”

― Amy Purdy

“And when man faces destiny, destiny ends and man comes into his own.”

― Andre Malraux

“Mozart composed his music not for the elite, but for everybody.”

― Andre Rieu

“Mr. Morgan buys his partners; I grow my own.”

― Andrew Carnegie

“Joey Porter is not one of the people I have respect for. His unprofessionalism is ridiculous.”

― Andrew Whitworth

“The Buddha over and over again spoke clearly and definitely on post-mortem states – as in his conversation with Vasetta.”

― Annie Besant

“His foe was folly and his weapon wit.”

― Anthony Hope

“With the exception of certain rodents, no other vertebrate except Homo sapiens habitually destroys members of his own species.”

― Anthony Storr

“President Clinton, I sang at his post-inauguration party out in Maryland.”

― Aretha Franklin

“Arafat conducts terror; his strategy is the strategy of terror.”

― Ariel Sharon

“Everybody is entitled to his own opinion.”

― Arnel Pineda

“Teddy Roosevelt is still a hero among environmentalists for his conservationist policies.”

― Arnold Schwarzenegger

“His ignorance was as remarkable as his knowledge.”

― Arthur Conan Doyle

“I like Shakespeare. I like some of his work a lot.”

― Arthur Phillips

“To Adam Paradise was home. To the good among his descendants home is paradise.”

― Augustus Hare

“An actor’s off-screen persona should never overshadow his on-screen characters.”

― Ayushmann Khurrana

“Karl Lagerfeld never touched a pair of scissors in his life.”

― Azzedine Alaia

“Kim Jong-un’s style is more suggestive of Saddam Hussein or his murderous son, Uday Hussein.”

― Barbara Demick

“Eminem isn’t the first entertainer to part ways with his conservative fans.”

― Bari Weiss

“As long as it served his purpose, Mr. Lincoln boldly advocated the right of Secession.”

― Belle Boyd

“The patron saint of outlining – the bespectacled siren who sings to me from his spotless rock – is P. G. Wodehouse.”

― Ben Dolnick

“I had a relationship with John Wooden. I spoke at his memorial service.”

― Ben Howland

“I do honour the very flea of his dog.”

― Ben Jonson

“If a man empties his purse into his head, no one can take it from him.”

― Benjamin Franklin

“Who is rich? He that rejoices in his portion.”

― Benjamin Franklin

“Wealth is not his that has it, but his that enjoys it.”

― Benjamin Franklin

“Everybody needs to lower his ego.”

― Bhumibol Adulyadej

“I watch a lot of Kevin Nash’s matches. I use a lot of his stuff. I definitely use a lot of his mannerisms.”

― Big Cass

“Bam Bam Bigelow was an amazing athlete for his size.”

― Big Show

“Kenny King, his character on TV is him.”

― Bobby Lashley

“Bobby Fischer has an enormous knowledge of chess and his familiarity with the chess literature of the USSR is immense.”

― Boris Spassky

“Saddam is a familiar dictatorial aggressor, with traditional goals for his aggression.”

― Brent Scowcroft

“George Clooney is actually a huge prankster. That’s sort of his jam. I had no idea.”

― Britt Robertson

“Even Superman’s name reflects his creators’ biblical knowledge.”

― Bruce Feiler

“Children are educated by what the grown-up is and not by his talk.”

― Carl Jung

“Raman Singh has lost his image.”

― Charan Das Mahant

“A man’s friendships are one of the best measures of his worth.”

― Charles Darwin

“The Indian was a religious man from his mother’s womb.”

― Charles Eastman

“Obama is a man of first-class intellect and first-class temperament. But his character remains highly suspect.”

― Charles Krauthammer

“His voice leads us not into timid discipleship but into bold witness.”

― Charles Stanley

“The hon. gentleman had better spare his interrogations if they are as senseless as that one.”

― Charles Tupper

“God buries His workmen but carries on His work.”

― Charles Wesley

“His venture sounds like a banana peel awaiting its victim.”

― Charlotte Curtis

“One of my biggest influences, of course, is David Simon and his work on ‘The Wire.’”

― Cheo Hodari Coker

“The great artist is a slave to his ideals.”

― Christian Nestell Bovee

“Peter Jackson’s instincts are extraordinary, as is his stamina.”

― Christopher Lee

“Obviously an actor draws on his own experience.”

― Christopher Walken

“Mayer Hawthorne’s old school pop-R&B homages are so meticulous that it’s tempting to overrate his pipes.”

― Chuck Eddy

“First and foremost, the duty of a representative is to represent the interests of his constituents.”

― Chuck Fleischmann

“The Coyote is limited, as Bugs is limited, by his anatomy.”

― Chuck Jones

“Jeremy Scott is a good friend, and we love his stuff.”

― CL

“I love Karl Lagerfield. Riccardo Tisci – I love his work.”

― CL

“My husband is a musician, and ‘Paste’ is one of his favorite places to be interviewed by.”

― Claire Coffee

“The whole world knows Dickens, his London and his characters.”

― Claire Tomalin

“Throughout his life, Dickens cared passionately about orphans.”

― Claire Tomalin

“I’d been very partial to Malcolm X, particularly his self-help teachings.”

― Clarence Thomas

“One-eyed Reuben ‘Rooster’ Cogburn is the role that finally delivered John Wayne his Oscar.”

― Clive Sinclair

“I honestly think that Donald Trump’s only adviser is his doorman.”

― Colin Jost

“I was similar to Trump well before I joined his campaign.”

― Corey Stewart

“From each according to his ability, to each according to his ability.”

― Craig Bruce

“The proper study of mankind is man in his relation to his deity.”

― D. H. Lawrence

“My main memories of my father are of his illness.”

― Daniel Day-Lewis

“Al Sharpton doesn’t even pay for his own suits.”

― Darryl Glenn

“’The Clone Wars’ was rooted in George Lucas and his characters.”

― Dave Filoni

“When he hung up on Nancy Reagan, that’s when he crossed his final threshold.”

― David Gergen

“I remember on ‘JAG,’ Joe Jackson punched Stephen Culp and shattered his nose.”

― David James Elliott

“Mitt Romney has outdone himself in choosing Rep. Paul Ryan as his running mate.”

― David Limbaugh

“The measure of a superhero is always his nemesis.”

― David Lyons

“Faulkner wrote for film, and his ear is just impeccable.”

― David Milch

“Chicharito is a really good player, and his finishing ability is as good as there is anywhere.”

― David Moyes

“Joe McCarthy and his Senate hearings were like witch-hunts.”

― Desi Arnaz

“My mother liked Jim Reeves. I hated his records. He was unbearable.”

― Diane Abbott

“I thought of Gene Krupa’s drumming, his staccato drumming. I went and put ‘Misirlou’ to that rhythm.”

― Dick Dale

“Obama gets his identity and his ideology from his father.”

― Dinesh D’Souza

“We’d be in his office playing with trucks as a six-year-old while he’s negotiating deals with presidents of major companies.”

― Donald Trump, Jr.

“Honestly, a lot of pop records have beatboxing. Timbaland beatboxes on his tracks. Justin Timberlake beatboxes.”

― Doug E. Fresh

“David Cameron was a good-looking chap in his day!”

― Douglas Booth

“Knievel seemed braver and more brazen – and more unhinged – than any other athlete-cum-thrill-seeker of his era.”

― Douglas Brinkley

“Very notable was his distinction between coarseness and vulgarity, coarseness, revealing something; vulgarity, concealing something.”

― E. M. Forster

“A pitcher has to look at the hitter as his mortal enemy.”

― Early Wynn

“A pitcher is only as good as his legs.”

― Early Wynn

“What is wrong with George Bush? What is his problem?”

― Ed Smith

“Every player has his goals.”

― Edin Dzeko

“Every player has his way of playing.”

― Edinson Cavani

“Man is a mind betrayed, not served, by his organs.”

― Edmond de Goncourt

“No Georgian has the right to evade or neglect his duties and responsibilities.”

― Eduard Shevardnadze

“No one can terrorize a whole nation, unless we are all his accomplices.”

― Edward R. Murrow

“Expanding a failing, big-government program that reduces flexibility for the states and traps generations of Americans in dependency is not consistent with the kind of conservative solutions that Reagan sought during his terms as governor of California and president of the United States.”

― Edwin Meese

“His head is made of stars, but not yet arranged into constellations.”

― Elias Canetti

“President Obama’s greatest failure is his failure regarding foreign policy and national security.”

― Elise Stefanik

“I don’t let guys do hickeys. That’s like a dog marking his territory or something.”

― Eliza Dushku

“The more we talk of Jesus, the more of His matchless charms we shall behold.”

― Ellen G. White

“Olmert made a proposal on the governing of Jerusalem that I do not believe his cabinet or the Knesset would have accepted.”

― Elliott Abrams

“In the Philippines, Gloria Arroyo is the daughter of Diosdado Macapagal – but his term ended in 1965, and she was elected in 2001. Hardly a hand-off.”

― Elliott Abrams

“With his compulsively slamming lyrics and king-of-the-world delivery, DMX intuitively echoes the existentialism of the projects of the novelist Donald Goines.”

― Elvis Mitchell

“’Certifiably Jonathan’ contrives crises for its subject – a bid to get his paintings into MOMA, among others.”

― Elvis Mitchell

“Everybody makes his path differently.”

― Emanuel Ax

“Elvis stole his sideburns from me.”

― Engelbert Humperdinck

“Stravinsky is masterly: his harmony is conceived so precisely that it can only be the way it is.”

― Esa-Pekka Salonen

“No one is happy all his life long.”

― Euripides

“He that hath knowledge spareth his words.”

― Francis Bacon

“Holy wisdom confounds Satan and all his wickednesses.”

― Francis of Assisi

“A fanatic is one who sticks to his guns whether they’re loaded or not.”

― Franklin P. Jones

“Don Quixote’s misfortune is not his imagination, but Sancho Panza.”

― Franz Kafka

“I like A$AP Rocky and his stuff – Kendrick too.”

― Freddie Gibbs

“The will of man is his happiness.”

― Friedrich Schiller

“Steven Gerrard – at his peak, he was outstanding both attacking and defensively.”

― Gareth Barry

“Teddy Roosevelt of course was a great outdoorsman all his life.”

― Gaylord Nelson

“The Howard Hughes I knew began to change after his plane crash in 1941.”

― Gene Tierney

“He was imposing, even in his pensiveness.”

― George Barr McCutcheon

“I’m not the candidate who puts his kids in private schools.”

― George Brauchler

“No man can think clearly when his fists are clenched.”

― George Jean Nathan

“Is Abundant Success in all his honest undertakings.”

― George Morgan

“If a man does his best, what else is there?”

― George S. Patton

“No one ever discovers the depths of his own loneliness.”

― Georges Bernanos

“His theory was that non-fiction could be as artful as fiction.”

― Gerald Clarke

“There is only one governor, and his name is Gray Davis.”

― Gray Davis

“ObamaCare was a lemon, but the media were his lemonheads.”

― Greg Gutfeld

“Elvis transcends his talent to the point of dispensing with it altogether.”

― Greil Marcus

“Write me as one that loves his fellow-men.”

― H. L. Hunt

“Each is responsible for his own actions.”

― H. L. Hunt

“Reagan conspired in the underestimation of his own ability.”

― H. W. Brands

“A filial son to his father can be a traitorous subject to his ruler.”

― Han Fei

“There ain’t a man livin’ who hasn’t talked to his dog.”

― Hank Williams

“I did not write it. God wrote it. I merely did his dictation.”

― Harriet Beecher Stowe

“A pessimist is one who makes difficulties of his opportunities and an optimist is one who makes opportunities of his difficulties.”

― Harry S Truman

“The bluebird carries the sky on his back.”

― Henry David Thoreau

“No man can become a saint in his sleep.”

― Henry Drummond

“A bore is a person who opens his mouth and puts his feats in it.”

― Henry Ford

“Jon Chu is an absolute genius with his story-weaving.”

― Henry Golding

“A man’s character is his fate.”

― Heraclitus

“A man’s character is his guardian divinity.”

― Heraclitus

“The laws of the lowly gangster govern Qaddafi and his sons.”

― Hisham Matar

“I am a huge fan of Cronenberg, all his movies.”

― Holly Hunter

“Liberalism, above all, means emancipation – emancipation from one’s fears, his inadequacies, from prejudice, from discrimination, from poverty.”

― Hubert H. Humphrey

“What gives the artist real prestige is his imitators.”

― Igor Stravinsky

“A director should concentrate on his storyline and his characters.”

― Ilaiyaraaja

“When I heard Elvis and his ‘Sun Sessions,’ I went mad for it. I was about thirteen.”

― Imelda May

“By a lie, a man… annihilates his dignity as a man.”

― Immanuel Kant

“Happy the man when he has not the defects of his qualities.”

― Isaac D’Israeli

“I don’t think Ed Horman could be dishonest if his life depended on it.”

― Jack Lemmon

“I’ve raised Michael. I changed his diapers when he was little.”

― Jackie Jackson

“President Trump named Rand his favorite writer and ‘The Fountainhead’ his favorite novel.”

― James B. Stewart

“Sean Penn has announced his retirement from acting about 72 times.”

― James Gray

“Man must be associated with his fellows.”

― James Larkin

“A man is accountable to no person for his doings.”

― James Otis

“Everyone is entitled to his own nostalgia.”

― James Wolcott

“Man is so made that when anything fires his soul, impossibilities vanish.”

― Jean de La Fontaine

“The public Yao was the private Yao: To his core, there was an unmistakable peace to him.”

― Jeff Van Gundy

“A novelist has a specific poetic license which also applies to his own life.”

― Jerzy Kosinski

“Members of the press have been so savaged by Trump and his propagandists in the media that journalists seem almost foreign or anti-American to his supporters.”

― Jim Acosta

“As time went on, Thanos just sort of grew organically on his own.”

― Jim Starlin

“There’s something so familial and intimate between a boxer and his trainer.”

― Jimmy Smits

“The friend that I based Heffer on was adopted, and it all played into his total personality.”

― Joe Murray

“If there is anyone here whom I have not insulted, I beg his pardon.”

― Johannes Brahms

“Love’s tongue is in his eyes.”

― John Fletcher

“A nerd will be a nerd all his life.”

― John Hughes

“God is sufficient in all ages for His church.”

― John Nelson Darby

“An artist is his own fault.”

― John O’Hara

“It is his restraint that is honorable to a person, not their liberty.”

― John Ruskin

“Magic is the man. No one is in his class.”

― John Stockton

“President Bush and his commanders announced early in the conflict that the Conventions applied.”

― John Yoo

“Muhammad Ali was such an original – his antics, his character, his charisma, his strength, his individuality.”

― Jon Jones

“The success and the failure are not my concern, but His.”

― Joseph Barber Lightfoot

“For a writer only one form of patriotism exists: his attitude toward language.”

― Joseph Brodsky

“It ain’t often that a man’s reputation outlasts his money.”

― Josh Billings

“Trump is an erratic figure – seemingly fragile, consumed by his own unpopularity and desperate to somehow exceed Barack Obama in public acclaim.”

― Joy Reid

“Trump is reviled around the world, as is the U.S. under his leadership.”

― Joy Reid

“Solomon’s temple also was designed to increase the attractiveness of the city of his residence.”

― Julius Wellhausen

“A coach must be at one with his players.”

― Jupp Heynckes

“A. R. Rahman is truly India’s Mozart. His music is celebrated worldwide.”

― Kailash Kher

“From each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs.”

― Karl Marx

“Importantly, Rajini sir doesn’t take his fans and audiences for granted.”

― Karthik Subbaraj

“I shall always respect the composer. If I embellish, it is his idea I am embellishing.”

― Kate Smith

“I love all of his movies. I love all his movies. I love Tom.”

― Katie Holmes

“Amplify, clarify, and punctuate, and let the viewer draw his or her own conclusion.”

― Keith Jackson

“It was Noel Coward whose technique I envied and tried to emulate. I collected all his records and writing.”

― Kenneth Williams

“Kenneth Branagh has his stamp all over ‘Thor.’”

― Kevin Feige

“Yes, there is another brother. His name is Frankie.”

― Kevin Jonas

“William Trevor is an author I admire; his stories are subtle and powerful, and beautifully written.”

― Kim Edwards

“Have I met Justin Timberlake? I have! I’ve been to his house.”

― Kimberley Nixon

“A fool is wise in his eyes.”

― King Solomon

“Newton, of course, was the inventor of differential calculus so his place in the tale is quite special.”

― Kit Williams

“Man is remembered by his deeds.”

― Knute Nelson

“My producer, HH, makes sounds, so I’m writing to his beats.”

― Lakeith Stanfield

“He vanished to the public in order to materialize for his family.”

― Lance Morrow

“Certainly, cooking for oneself reveals man at his weirdest.”

― Laurie Colwin

“An actors’ tribute to me is in his work.”

― Lee Strasberg

“I think a lot of Jim Thorpe, the Olympian, and his accomplishments.”

― Lee Trevino

“His nerve, his memory, and I can’t remember the third thing.”

― Lee Trevino

“It doesn’t necessarily mean at all that the composer plays his own works best.”

― Leo Ornstein

“The length of a man’s outspread arms is equal to his height.”

― Leonardo da Vinci

“Trump is not charismatic. He is artless and politically clumsy and wears his egotism on his sleeve.”

― Lionel Shriver

“Friendship is Love without his wings!”

― Lord Byron

“I’m not a keeper who hasn’t shown his ability.”

― Loris Karius

“No single player can stop Antoine Griezmann on his own.”

― Lothar Matthaus

“Man shall find his anchorage in self-recognition.”

― Louis Sullivan

“But there was not a job that could say that Luther Allison didn’t do his job.”

― Luther Allison

“Speech happens to not be his language.”

― Madame de Stael

“A man’s kiss is his signature.”

― Mae West

“Each one prays to God according to his own light.”

― Mahatma Gandhi

“Do not deprive someone of his livelihood. This is a sinful tendency.”

― Mahavira

“The idealist walks on tiptoe, the materialist on his heels.”

― Malcolm de Chazal

“To measure the man, measure his heart.”

― Malcolm Forbes

“Shakespeare’s ‘Othello’ was inspired by Cinthio’s ‘A Moorish Captain’; his ‘Hamlet’ came from Saxo Grammaticus’s ‘Amleth.’”

― Malorie Blackman

“I have flatly refused to be conned by Jyoti Basu and his corrupt government.”

― Mamata Banerjee

“I had a career. His name was Ike.”

― Mamie Eisenhower

“One of the satisfactions of a genius is his will-power and obstinacy.”

― Man Ray

“B.G. was just like his lyrics.”

― Mannie Fresh

“I like the beauty of Faulkner’s poetry. But I don’t like his themes, not at all.”

― Manuel Puig

“I admire Cristiano’s ambition and his goal-scoring touch.”

― Marco Asensio

“His modesty amounts to deformity.”

― Margot Asquith

“Business was his aversion; Pleasure was his business.”

― Maria Edgeworth

“Whosoever counts these Lays as fable, may be assured that I am not of his mind.”

― Marie de France

“Nobody had race savvy like Al Unser in his prime.”

― Mario Andretti

“John Kerry’s biography was central to his campaign.”

― Mark Shields

“And Robert Lowell, of course – in his poems, we’re not located in his actual life. We’re located more in the externals, in the journalistic facts of his life.”

― Mark Strand

“The scientist rigorously defends his right to be ignorant of almost everything except his specialty.”

― Marshall McLuhan

“I wasn’t ever a massive David Essex fan, but I liked a few of his tracks, and Stardust was one of them.”

― Martin Gore

“The election of the nationalist Chen Shui-bian as president in 2000 and his re-election in 2004 was a nadir in the relationship between Taiwan and the mainland.”

― Martin Jacques

“A great reader seldom recognizes his solitude.”

― Mason Cooley

“He rolls it under his tongue as a sweet morsel.”

― Matthew Henry

“Who walks the fastest, but walks astray, is only furthest from his way.”

― Matthew Prior

“The character of a man is known from his conversations.”

― Menander

“Friendship with a man is friendship with his virtue.”

― Mencius

“I was thinking, too, of Superman and his fortress of solitude.”

― Michael Chabon

“I thought Gen. McChrystal was unfireable, that his position was secure.”

― Michael Hastings

“I admire Trump for his accomplishments.”

― Michael Israel

“My film about Bush didn’t prevent his reelection.”

― Michael Moore

“We are tired of Obama’s empty speeches and his misguided rhetoric.”

― Michael T. Flynn

“In his brief 21 years on this earth, Michael Smith Jr. touched countless lives.”

― Mike DeWine

“From each according to his faculties; to each according to his needs.”

― Mikhail Bakunin

“I was indeed very critical of Mr. Trump during his campaign.”

― Mitt Romney

“A president is always cosseted by his staff.”

― Monica Crowley

“Congratulations to Prince Charles for banning foie gras from all his functions.”

― Morrissey

“My overall favourite player would be Iniesta. For his final ball, obviously, his skill, and his ability.”

― Naby Keita

“The criminal is trying to solve his immediate problems.”

― Naguib Mahfouz

“I respect Srikanth garu, I worked as an assistant director for his film ‘Radha Gopalam.’”

― Nani

“Even a cock crows over his own dunghill.”

― Navjot Singh Sidhu

“And Roger was crazy with his robots and everything.”

― Neil Innes

“Like Lindsay Lohan and Lauren Conrad, Barack Obama is addicted to his BlackBerry.”

― Nell Scovell

“A prince never lacks legitimate reasons to break his promise.”

― Niccolo Machiavelli

“Man arrives as a novice at each age of his life.”

― Nicolas Chamfort

“Obamanomics, his imposition of European-style socialism, is not working for African-Americans. It is not working for Latinos and African-Americans.”

― Niger Innis

“When the addict gets recovery, his family gets recovery, right?”

― Nikki Sixx

“My grandfather went through a lot in his life.”

― Novak Djokovic

“The artist belongs to his work, not the work to the artist.”

― Novalis

“As Donald says, I am his Valerie Jarrett.”

― Omarosa Manigault Newman

“A man can’t be too careful in the choice of his enemies.”

― Oscar Wilde

“Patrice Evra has always fought for his place.”

― Patrice Evra

“Every Luke Skywalker needs his Darth Vader.”

― Paul Di Filippo

“I used my body, and Roddy used a lot of his brains.”

― Paul Orndorff

“I would sue any president that exceeds his or her powers.”

― Paul Ryan

“My grandfather carried me around on his shoulders at 85.”

― Paul Watson

“Contrary to what the Americans frequently reiterated, al-Qaeda did not have any relationship with Saddam Hussein or his regime.”

― Peter Bergen

“It is said by the rebels at Roxbury that Col. Watson has given his quota to support the people.”

― Peter Oliver

“I’m a wire-walker, but actually, I’m a moviemaker that hasn’t done his first movie.”

― Philippe Petit

“Burt Reynolds once asked me out. I was in his room.”

― Phyllis Diller

“His finest hour lasted a minute and a half.”

― Phyllis Diller

“The blame is his who chooses: God is blameless.”

― Plato

“I like Arijit Singh and often listen to his tracks.”

― Prithvi Shaw

“We didn’t have any problem with 2Pac. We liked his music.”

― Prodigy

“In Art, man reveals himself and not his objects.”

― Rabindranath Tagore

“The filmmaker’s got to make it his story and the actors have got to make it their story.”

― Rachel Griffiths

“Lil Wayne is doing his thing, and so is Drake.”

― Rakim

“Three cheers for the artistry of the lone designer doing his thing!”

― Ralph H. Baer

“When the congregation becomes the norm by which sermons are measured, a minister has put a mortgage on his soul.”

― Ralph W. Sockman

“Ulysses finds himself unchanged, aside from his experience, at the end of his odyssey.”

― Raymond Queneau

“No. No, no, no, no, Blyleven wasn’t even the dominant pitcher of his era – it was Jack Morris.”

― Reggie Jackson

“Robert Morley is a legend in his own lunchtime.”

― Rex Harrison

“We’re all individuals. Lee Raymond is Lee Raymond. He has his style. I am Rex Tillerson, and I have my style.”

― Rex Tillerson

“Death’s a debt; his mandamus binds all alike- no bail, no demurrer.”

― Richard Brinsley Sheridan

“Trump is a menace, both ignorant and chaotic. His saving grace is his incompetence.”

― Richard Cohen

“In his musicals with Garland, Rooney was the sparkplug for prodigious entrepreneurship – that era’s predecessor of the garage band, but with Gershwin tunes and an all-star cast.”

― Richard Corliss

“Even the Lord had skeptical members of His party.”

― Richard J. Daley

“The labourer’s muscle is that of a cart-horse, his motions lumbering and slow.”

― Richard Jefferies

“TV is where a writer can write his novel.”

― Richard LaGravenese

“Everyone carries around his own monsters.”

― Richard Pryor

“Liszt was a bit of a rock and roller at heart, but he was a bit of a puritan on his sounds.”

― Rick Wakeman

“Jesus gives his life for the congregation, not the other way around.”

― Rob Walton

“Ah, but a man’s reach should exceed his grasp, Or what’s a heaven for?”

― Robert Browning

“His locked, lettered, braw brass collar, Shewed him the gentleman and scholar.”

― Robert Burns

“Each man in his way is a treasure.”

― Robert Falcon Scott

“’Neverwhere,’ by Benjamin Millepied, is set to his favorite composer, Nico Muhly.”

― Robert Gottlieb

“O’Reilly continues to hide behind his microphone.”

― Robert Greenwald

“My dad seemed comfortable with his decision to be a ‘have-not,’ but I knew that I wasn’t.”

― Robert Kiyosaki

“The Lord survives the rainbow of His will.”

― Robert Lowell

“The college graduate is presented with a sheepskin to cover his intellectual nakedness.”

― Robert M. Hutchins

“Balotelli I have known since I gave him his debut at 17.”

― Roberto Mancini

“Bob Marley – yeah, I’ve always loved his stuff.”

― Rolf Harris

“The fact that Obama is getting criticism from the left and the right might reflect his understanding of the underlying political dynamics.”

― Ron Fournier

“Obama will learn from his mistakes.”

― Ron Fournier

“You are Mrs. Reagan because Mr. Reagan loves you with all his heart.”

― Ronald Reagan

“I really liked watching Thierry Henry and Zidane, especially Henry in his Arsenal days.”

― Ruben Loftus-Cheek

“In choosing Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate, John McCain has chosen for the future.”

― Rudy Giuliani

“The Lord has often chosen to instruct His people in their times of trial.”

― Russell M. Nelson

“Hugh Grant will always be associated with his scandal, and so will Max Mosley.”

― Ruth Rendell

“I love Paul Simon… his lyrics.”

― Rza

“A poet clings to his own tradition and avoids internationalism.”

― Salvatore Quasimodo

“Talk of the devil, and his horns appear.”

― Samuel Taylor Coleridge

“One of my favorite writers is Hans Christian Anderson. His stories speak to the times.”

― Sandra Cisneros

“I listened to George Carlin when I was a kid and knew every word of his routines.”

― Sean Hayes

“Man is a child of his environment.”

― Shinichi Suzuki

“It is repugnant to an American to inform upon his fellow citizens.”

― Sidney Buchman

“Shostakovich’s final pieces, his quartets, are scratching the surface of another world.”

― Simon McBurney

“I started producing for Pump – I produced his first songs. ‘Lil Pump,’ ‘Elementary,’ ‘Johnny Dang’ – all that I produced.”

― Smokepurpp

“Anurag sir is very specific about his casting.”

― Sobhita Dhulipala

“The tyrant dies and his rule is over, the martyr dies and his rule begins.”

― Soren Kierkegaard

“Industrial technologies that allowed for increased mechanization in 19th-century armed forces also spurred Frederick Winslow Taylor to develop his ‘Scientific Management’ doctrine in Philadelphia steel mills.”

― Stanley A. McChrystal

“Washington, not Jefferson, freed his slaves upon his death.”

― Stephen Ambrose

“Sultan Beyazid considered his father’s art collection decadent and ordered it sold at auction.”

― Stephen Kinzer

“I don’t think anybody deserves to be defined totally by his enemies.”

― Steve Kroft

“Nas is an artist who writes from his heart.”

― Steve Stoute

“Raymond Chandler I love a lot, and the Austrian writer Thomas Bernhard. I really love his voice.”

― Steve Toltz

“No man can given anybody his freedom.”

― Stokely Carmichael

“Pretend inferiority and encourage his arrogance.”

― Sun Tzu

“Gore’s problem is that the issues are all on his side.”

― Susan Estrich

“Science is his forte, and omniscience his foible.”

― Sydney Smith

“I was 24 when Samori was born. His mom was 23.”

― Ta-Nehisi Coates

“I liked Sartre’s views but not his writing.”

― Tahar Ben Jelloun

“Reaper of enemies; strong of grip; One kind with his fathers.”

― Taliesin

“Samuel Beckett’s estate will not license productions of his plays that are not performed as written.”

― Terry Teachout

“A man is known by the company his mind keeps.”

― Thomas Bailey Aldrich

“A drinker has a hole under his nose that all his money runs into.”

― Thomas Fuller

“I researched and wrote ‘Muhammad Ali: His Life And Times’ for two years.”

― Thomas Hauser

“A manager is an assistant to his men.”

― Thomas J. Watson

“The concept that an artist would be revered by popular culture is an immediate dismissal of his relevance as an artist.”

― Thomas Kinkade

“No player can rest on his laurels.”

― Thomas Muller

“A man is as old as his arteries.”

― Thomas Sydenham

“A fool and his money are soon parted.”

― Thomas Tusser

“I don’t care about Clinton’s haircuts or his affairs or any of that stuff.”

― Tim Robbins

“Obama, for all his brilliance, has no real, felt understanding of management structures or of business.”

― Tina Brown

“Obama’s stern demeanor punctuated by intermittent flashes of his wide, relaxing smile is his greatest weapon in defusing pent-up angst.”

― Tina Brown

“I know Jeff Bezos because I cater at his home.”

― Tom Douglas

“My father was ethnically Jewish, but his family converted to Catholicism.”

― Tom Hollander

“James Joyce – an essentially private man who wished his total indifference to public notice to be universally recognized.”

― Tom Stoppard

“Bowie’s ‘Hunky Dory’ influenced me. ‘Ziggy Stardust’ influenced Johnny Ramone a lot, especially his guitar parts.”

― Tommy Ramone

“If Tim Duncan had Knicks on his jersey, he’d be a god.”

― Tony Parker

“It was a privilege to meet Rev. Jackson, and I learned a tremendous amount from his insight.”

― Travis Kalanick

“My grandad, he has his doctorate in psychology.”

― Travis Scott

“Mr. Gingrich has a number of elements in his record that could be criticized accurately. But to suggest that he was somehow anti-Reagan or to suggest that Reagan was anti-Gingrich is preposterously untrue.”

― Trent Franks

“The quietness of his tone italicized the malice of his reply.”

― Truman Capote

“I don’t need David Haye and his antics to earn money.”

― Tyson Fury

“My father was an accountant and his father was a typographer.”

― Umberto Eco

“A person is big if his work is big.”

― Urmila Matondkar

“Linares is one of the best fighters in his weight class.”

― Vasyl Lomachenko

“I’m hooked on Polanski’s films, his psychological thrillers. I love ‘Rosemary’s Baby,’ I love ‘Repulsion.’”

― Vera Farmiga

“I went to UCLA, my dad’s alma mater, and that was his dream.”

― Vicki Lawrence

“He was happily married – but his wife wasn’t.”

― Victor Borge

“In ‘The Pianist,’ Polanski transformed his ghastly knowledge of the camps into an act of artistic self-expression.”

― Victoria Coren Mitchell

“There is no question at all that Manson was sending Tex, Sadie, Katie, and Linda out on his mission of murder.”

― Vincent Bugliosi

“None but himself can be his parallel.”

― Virgil

“Each of us bears his own Hell.”

― Virgil

“Scriabin slept with Chopin under his pillow, and I slept with Wagner under mine. I could not concentrate on memorizing Bach fugues, but I had all of ‘Gotterdammerung’ in my fingers.”

― Vladimir Horowitz

“The sovereign is called a tyrant who knows no laws but his caprice.”

― Voltaire

“My dog’s name is Tucker, and his DNA is unidentifiable and suspect.”

― W. Bruce Cameron

“It’s morally wrong to allow a sucker to keep his money.”

― W. C. Fields

“No egoism is so insufferable as that of the Christian with regard to his soul.”

― W. Somerset Maugham

“A filmmaker can never be distant from his roots.”

― Walter Salles

“The only ones who like Milton Berle are his mother – and the public.”

― Walter Winchell

“A fool and his money are soon elected.”

― Will Rogers

“No one can build his security upon the nobleness of another person.”

― Willa Cather

“If the fool would persist in his folly he would become wise.”

― William Blake

“But was there ever dog that praised his fleas?”

― William Butler Yeats

“Man can alter his life by altering his thinking.”

― William James

“The land of a god corresponds with the land of his worshipers.”

― William Robertson Smith

“It seems to be the fate of man to seek all his consolations in futurity.”

― William Samuel Johnson

“The devil can cite Scripture for his purpose.”

― William Shakespeare

“I dote on his very absence.”

― William Shakespeare

“A fool and his words are soon parted.”

― William Shenstone

“Failure has gone to his head.”

― Wilson Mizner

“A man is known by his works. That I have heard at many a funeral.”

― Winslow Homer

“A fanatic is one who can’t change his mind and won’t change the subject.”

― Winston Churchill

“The revolutionary Mozart is the Mozart of his last eight years.”

― Wolfgang Hildesheimer

“Even Napoleon had his Watergate.”

― Yogi Berra

“Ang Lee was educated in the West and his English is good.”

― Zhang Yimou

“My father’s songs don’t intimidate me; my father’s songs are my songs. My songs are his songs. There’s no intimidation.”

― Ziggy Marley
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