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 Horace Bushnell - “Guilt is the very nerve of sorrow”
 Candace Bushnell - “I haven't signed any deals yet, but there's a lot of interest. Nothing's been finalized, but hopefully it will be in the next couple of weeks.”
 Candace Bushnell - “The '90s are really the 'Sex and the City' woman, and I think, right now, the new contemporary woman is the 'Lipstick Jungle' woman.”
 Nolan Bushnell - “The ultimate inspiration is the deadline.”
 Nolan Bushnell - “Everyone who's ever taken a shower has an idea. It's the person who gets out of the shower, dries off and does something about it who makes a difference.”
 Candace Bushnell - “It was like time began to reverse, and somehow they managed to look better and younger-looking than they had in their thirties,”
 Candace Bushnell - “I sometimes read in a gossip column that I was at a party when I was in Europe at the time. It sometimes feels I've got a Doppelganger somewhere.”
 Nolan Bushnell - “Sonic and I were chatting back before we got on and he was telling me how proud he was to be inducted last year in the Walk of Game. The only thing he was a little concerned about was being walked on all the time. I said that's OK it's par for the course.”
 Candace Bushnell - “As might befit a Bushnell character, she had it both ways. I'm lucky. They send me the tapes, ... I will probably watch it (later).”
 Candace Bushnell - “Sex and the City' was about looking for Mr. Big and trying to find him, ... This is about women trying to become their own Mr. Big for themselves. It's about the new kind of successful career women who we're seeing on the pages of 'Fortune' magazine.”
 Candace Bushnell - “This is about women trying to become their own Mr. Big for themselves. It's about the new kind of successful career women who we're seeing on the pages of Fortune magazine.”
 Candace Bushnell - “Women with money and women in power are two uncomfortable ideas in our society.”
 Candace Bushnell - “What I tried to do with the characters is put them in the same situation that powerful and successful men often find themselves, ... I'm fascinated by what it's like to be a woman in one of those powerful positions because there is really no road map about how you're supposed to behave. Just as society needs to re-evaluate our ideas about femininity and what women can do, we as women need to re-evaluate our ideas about it too.”
 Candace Bushnell - “I think that they're characters who women either are themselves or are their friends.”
 Candace Bushnell - “The joke that I make is that there are instances on the TV series that happen to me, - except on Sex and the City they always make it better or worse than real life and I am actually saying that in a joking way.”
 Candace Bushnell - “I was all excited. I'd been writing for women's magazines and felt marginalized. No one takes you seriously.”
 Candace Bushnell - “Wrong life cannot be lived rightly.”
 Candace Bushnell - “That was a character I created -- my alter ego 10 years ago. She was like me,”
 Candace Bushnell - “Ms. Bushnell, whose work has always been informed by the goings-on in her personal life, said that in recent years she and her friends were having conversations about more than men, Manolos and martinis. When we get together we're not really talking about sex and relationships, ... We're talking about work and career.”
 Candace Bushnell - “When I started writing 'Sex and the City,' I was writing about women I knew in New York who were in their 30s. In a way, this is the women I was writing about in 'Sex and the City' 10 years later. They're more grown-up, more established. They've found their ways,”
 Laura Bushnell - “People are often very nervous about getting in touch with what's inside. But there's no security in the outer world. You have to go within to find real hope and faith. Everyone has intuition. Why would we want to hide it”
 Nolan Bushnell - “literally thousands of people have told me over the years that they met their wife or husband playing Pong.”
 Candace Bushnell - “That's kind of a difficult question, because people say I'm one of the people who started it ... but I think my books are much more satirical.”
 Candace Bushnell - “To me, now being in my 40s and a bit more successful, it makes you feel a little bit more generous toward other people. You don't have to male-bash.”
 Candace Bushnell - “I certainly don't want to be out till 4 to 5 in the morning now -- I don't want to do that anymore,”

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