The hardest that I've laughed at a movie was probably Team America. I laughed 'til I thought I was just gonna throw up. I almost had to turn it off.
There's nothing I'm doing these days that I ever thought I was gonna do.
I remember rehearsing it, and it was the one that we were really excited about and thought would sound the best, and once it was down on tape, it was like, This doesn't actually sound that good.
By the end of the summer of 1973 I thought it was virtually impossible for South Vietnam to survive. How in the heck could they
Sometimes you're not even sure which of your stories were failures. There are things I've written that I thought were complete catastrophes when I finished with them that have gone on to generate some of my most positive feedback.
I've never sat down and thought about the difference between plot and theme. To me, that's never been important.
I've always thought of myself as an organic writer, rather than a cerebral one. I feel my way along as I go, hoping I'll get to the place I intend to reach.
There was another thought too what to do for my next record My last two records - Orchestra and Pendulum - were solo records just played on my bass.
The white audiences thought I was white, my features being what they are, and at every performance I'd have to take off my gloves to prove I was a spade.
I thought if Oasis could get away with sounding like The Beatles, I could get away with sounding like Abba.
When I did A Soldier's Story, I was very young and green and thought I knew everything-now I know I know everything
My life was falling apart and then to come out and play and have my best ever - 40 wickets, 250 runs... But the only reason I could do that was because of the way I thought and I think I'm pretty strong mentally. I think I am anyway, pretty strong to get over whatever it is.
Four hundred wickets is 400 more than I thought I'd get.
I thought he was an interesting central figure, central character, one who is definitely not your typical central character figure in a film, who's easy to like. He's not easy to like. It forces you to involve yourself with what's going on.
His love at once and dread instruct our thought As man He suffer'd and as God He taught.
Yes, I won the Bafta. I thought the British were very intelligent.
So the first thing that I thought about was, 'How is this car going to handle' But then after I'd been driving with it and practicing with it and I accomplished that, then I just kind of sat back.
I thought it would be a lot of fun and I wasn't going to do the movie without Johnny. The studio suggested a couple people, and I'd never met Johnny, but I thought we'd be a perfect team for this movie because we're both a little bit unpredictable.
I thought it could make a really cool movie set in the South about this family. People are really familiar with these characters.
I don't believe you have to be better than everybody else. I believe you have to be better than you ever thought you could be.
Nobody really thought I was going to make it, because I was a musician. I really wasn't a singer.
Without any formal orders to retreat, what was left of the several organizations yielded to a general impulse to abandon the field. Officers and men became controlled by the one thought of getting as far as possible from the enemy.
I had never thought of my career as going in the direction that it did, as far as fan response was concerned.
I dream of instruments obedient to my thought and which with their contribution of a whole new world of unsuspected sounds, will lend themselves to the exigencies of my inner rhythm.
My guiding thought throughout was that the real Marine story had not been told. We were a different breed of men who looked at war in a different way.
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