I was invited. I think it makes a difference when somebody goes, being invited, than they do trying to get a good photo-op for their local newspaper.
If information is true, if it can be verified, and if it's really important, the newspaper needs to be willing to take the risk associated with using unidentified sources.
Half of the American people have never read a newspaper. Half never voted for President. One hopes it is the same half.
Playing Christ, I began to feel shut away from the world. A newspaper became one of my biggest luxuries. I noticed that some of my close friends began treating me with reverence.
I couldn't open up a magazine, you couldn't read a newspaper, you couldn't turn on the TV without hearing about the obesity epidemic in America.
The first writing I did was short short stories for a newspaper syndicate for which I was paid five dollars a piece on publication.
We were never on strike. The day that story appeared in Variety newspaper, I was at Fox doing vocal services for that week's show.
I felt the function of a photograph was to have it seen by as many people as possible and the newspaper is one of the best ways or the magazine.
I had - all my life, everybody who knew me thought that I would probably grow up to be a reporter, a newspaper reporter because we didn't have much television in those days.
A newspaper that you're not reading can be used for anything and the same people didn't think it was immoral to wrap their garbage in newspaper.
We're newspaper junkies I can't imagine life without a newspaper.
Public opinion is a compound of folly, weakness, prejudice, wrong feeling, right feeling, obstinacy, and newspaper paragraphs.
One-newspaper towns are not good because all the surviving newspaper does is print money. They make 25 percent on their money every year, and if they go down to 22 percent, they start laying people off.
I believe the Times is a great newspaper, but a profoundly fallible one.
My grandfather was a newspaper publisher and his paper had all the comics in NYC, so some of my earliest memories are of reading the family paper and heading straight for the comics insert.
From that moment on, the newspaper became a highly lucrative investment for those with a talent for making money or for publishers wanting to gain a fortune.
I wasn't for Vietnam. When I told that to the hippie newspaper, all my people got nervous.
A Swedish newspaper reporter called and said, You've been awarded the Prize. I was quite sure it was a practical joke.
Some story appears in some newspaper that says that somebody said X, Y, and Z, and a customer says, I don't understand what they're talking about - we're running that product, we've been using it for five years, what are they talking about
Well, the biggest Norwegian newspaper regarded this as an arrest, since they hadn't told us that they were coming and they brought me in. So the biggest Norwegian newspaper looked upon that as an arrest.
Do you know anything that in all its innocence is more humiliating than the funny pages of a Sunday newspaper in America
It still surprises me when I find something in any North Carolina newspaper that isn't mad at me about something.
It's full-time work, wrestling, appearances and stuff. I couldn't put my full effort into a newspaper column and I'd probably do a lousy job at it.
I have before me a newspaper slip on which a writer expresses the opinion that no one should be allowed to possess more than one million dollars' worth of property.
After this, I took private lessons in Italian from an elementary school teacher. He gave me themes to write about, and some of them turned out so well that he told me to publish them in a newspaper.