What Youth deemed crystal, Age finds out was dew.

By : Robert Browning 0 Likes          


Right now we think that rates will stay low, that you'll be able to get a mortgage below seven percent and that's kicked off a refinance boom that's going to put more money in the pockets of consumers.

By : Franklin Raines

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The name game is frustrating. Agents will say, They love you, but they're going to offer it to Julia Roberts first.

By : Mira Sorvino

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The secret of long life is double careers. One to about age sixty, then another for the next thirty years.

By : David Ogilvy

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I liked the premise of this material. I love the marriage relationship. They kind of keep each other honest, and they enjoy each other's sense of humor. Kind of a sexy but boring relationship.

By : Patricia Arquette

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Information about the package is as important as the package itself.

By : Frederick W. Smith

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We are all hungry and thirsty for concrete images. Abstract art will have been good for one thing: to restore its exact virginity to figurative art.

By : Salvador Dali

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Entertainment today constantly emphasises the message that things are wonderful the way they are. But there is another kind of cinema, which says that change is possible and necessary and it's up to you.

By : Wim Wenders

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Man is used to the fact that there are languages which he does not at first understand and which must be learned, but because art is primarily visual he expects that he should get the message immediately and is apt to be affronted if he doesn't.

By : Edward T. Hall

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Bill Bradley is a serious politician and if Al Gore stumbles seriously, then Bradley is there to take advantage of that.

By : Tom Mann

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I guess I thought I was Elvis Presley but I'll tell ya something. All Elvis did was stand on a stage and play a guitar. He never fell off on that pavement at no 80 mph.

By : Evel Knievel

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To me rites of passage through life, that's a wonderful, beautiful thing.

By : Lance Henriksen

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Unlike the majority of the writers of his age, La Rochefoucauld was an aristocrat

By : Lytton Strachey

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