My Favorite Quotes

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 Margaret Weis - “We played bridge in the Student Commons day in and day out. And since it was the '60s, we were involved in protests. I was in a riot once.”  
 Patrick Stewart - “During my time we had two chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, at different times of course, on the bridge, both of whom asked my permission to sit on the captain's chair.”  
 Don Sherwood - “I grew up at 16 years old driving trucks across the George Washington Bridge.”  
 Omar Sharif - “I didn't want to be a slave to any passion anymore. I gave up card playing altogether, even bridge and gambling - more or less. It took me a few years to get out of it.”  
 Danielle Steel - “Sometimes, if you aren't sure about something, you have to just jump off the bridge and grow wings on your way down.”  
 Bruce Springsteen - “Your spoken voice is a part of it - not a big part of it, but it's something. It puts people at ease, and once again kind of reaches out and makes a bridge for what's otherwise difficult music.”  
 Todd Solondz - “Narcissism and self-deception are survival mechanisms without which many of us might just jump off a bridge.”  
 Paul Simon - “When we came into the studio I became more and more me, making the tracks and choosing the musicians, partly because a great deal of the time during Bridge, Artie wasn't there.”  
 Paul Simon - “I think Bridge Over Troubled Water was a very good song. Artie sang it beautifully. The Boxer was a really nice record. But I don't think I've written any great songs.”  
 David Russell - “The hardest thing in life is to know which bridge to cross and which to burn.”  
 Marion Ross - “I learned a great deal doing Brooklyn Bridge. I was able to take a giant step into the terrible reality that was then. We saw the cattle cars that took folks away. Just knowing it was real, it would be impossible not to feel.”  
 Mathias Rust - “I approached Red Square three times, trying to find somewhere to land, before discovering a wide bridge nearby. I landed there and taxied into Red Square.”  
 Frank Robinson - “What you have to do is just understand these kids today and not think about the past. You have to make adjustments to bridge that gap.”  
 Nick Rahall - “For hundreds of millions of Americans who believe in God, prayer is our bridge between Earth and Heaven, our way of opening our hearts to the Lord. Through this intimate relationship we find peace and guidance.”  
 Tatum O'Neal - “Ryan is my bridge to the past, to memories that lose some of their sting when he recounts them.”  
 Michael Musto - “I don't know about you, but I can tell when someone's lying. They can't look you in the eye - they look you in the bridge of your nose.”  
 David McCullough - “People are so helpful. People will stop what they're doing to show you something, to walk with you through a section of the town, or explain how a suspension bridge really works.”  
 Brian May - “The biggest emotion in creation is the bridge to optimism.”  
 Bill Lipinski - “Beyond highways and roads, we need more money for mass transit, intercity passenger rail and freight rail. We have a long way to go to bridge the funding gaps.”  
 Audre Lorde - “Poetry is not only dream and vision it is the skeleton architecture of our lives. It lays the foundations for a future of change, a bridge across our fears of what has never been before.”  
 Al Lewis - “Oscar Wilde said the rich and the poor are equal - they can both sleep under the bridge. Right Do they have a right You're damn right they have a right”  
 Sean Lennon - “I like songs that have lots of different parts in them, an intro, an outro and a bridge.”  
 Christian L. Lange - “Today we stand on a bridge leading from the territorial state to the world community. Politically, we are still governed by the concept of the territorial state economically and technically, we live under the auspices of worldwide communications and worldwide markets.”  
 Andy Goldsworthy - “Winter makes a bridge between one year and another and, in this case, one century and the next.”  
 Michael Giles - “I did quite a lot of the arranging, fitting different sections together, tempo changes, all sorts of things like that. I actually acted as a bridge between Robert and Ian. Not so much composing, rather presenting musical ideas at each rehearsal.”  

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