My Favorite Quotes
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 Joe Stork - “The Iranian authorities marked International Women's Day by attacking hundreds of people who had peacefully assembled to honor women's rights. Once again, Iran's government has signaled that it is ready to use violence to suppress peaceful public assembly of any sort.”
 Peter Tork - “Original Monkees' songs were produced very thinly, on purpose.”
 Dean Stork - “I just don't think we were mentally ready to play at all. We just weren't all there, and it was obvious from the beginning. We came out flat, and it never really got better.”
 Joe Stork - “Attacks that intentionally kill and maim civilians flagrantly violate the most basic humanitarian principles. These are among the very worst kinds of crimes, and all states have an obligation to bring the perpetrators to justice.”
 Dean Stork - “We've won (18) games and the fans are there every night pounding on the glass and cheering for us.”
 Peter Tork - “Ringo is one of the world's true humans. The only one out those four guys, who did not have an agenda. Ringo was just into the music.”
 Peter Tork - “Put you energy into music. If it fails you, you can become an accountant or a dentist. And then if you become a dentist or an accountant, it's too late to become a musician afterwards.”
 Peter Tork - “Pop music, disco music, and heavy metal music is about shutting out the tensions of life, putting it away.”
 Peter Tork - “Pop music is aspirin and the blues are vitamins.”
 Peter Tork - “No, in 1968 I still wanted to be a Pop Star, and be about the music. Now, I want to be just about the music.”
 Peter Tork - “The Monkees was a straight sitcom, we used the same plots that were on the other situation comedies at the time. So the music wasn't threatening, we weren't threatening.”
 Peter Tork - “The four of us couldn't have made a record with the time left over when we were shooting the show. We were on stage from 7.30 in the morning 'til 7 at night. Later on, when there was a break from filming, and we were sick of doing it the old way.”
 Joe Stork - “The high loss of life suggests the police acted with extreme brutality A police force acting responsibly would not have allowed such a tragedy to occur.”
 Joe Stork - “The high loss of life suggests the police acted with extreme brutality A police force acting responsibly would not have allowed such a tragedy to occur.”
 Peter Tork - “I never listen to music in the house, I listen to music in the car.”
 Peter Tork - “I like to listen the blues and some classical.”
 Peter Tork - “At that time, I never gave getting older a second thought. Now I am thinking twenty-years in advance. I have a twenty-year plan.”
 Peter Tork - “Shoe Suede Blues opened for the Monkees in the 1997 reunion tour for two shows. I went out in disguise when I played with Shoe Suede Blues.”
 Joe Stork - “King Abdullah should order an independent investigation into Jordan's torture problem without delay. Political reforms won't mean much unless citizens can engage in peaceful political activity without fear of arrest and torture.”
 Peter Tork - “Elvis deserves a lot of credit for bringing the blues to middle America, not the Vegas stuff. The early stuff, The Sun records, and the first few RCA records. He was wonderful, he had the power, the drive, and he was so dedicated to his music.”
 Peter Tork - “Every country has it trade offs.”
 Joe Stork - “Jordan, Egypt and Algeria all have a documented history of torture. Neither Britain nor any other country should consider returning people to such countries where they face the risk of torture.”
 Travis Stork - “It has been amazing. I never imagined I would see a country and a city in this fashion.”
 Joe Stork - “President Chirac should tell him that this persecution undermines Egypt's professed commitment to democratic reforms, and threatens improved relations with France.”
 Joe Stork - “The blood is still on the sidewalks, and already the government is blaming the Sudanese refugees and migrants. Given Egypt's terrible record of police brutality, an independent investigation is absolutely necessary to assess responsibility and punish those responsible.”

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