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1. "Vere spoke again, "You want us to hide this six-foot-three, positively gorgeous, famous rock star—one who has sports-drink blue eyes BY THE WAY—and who is absolutely PERFECT looking, at Palmer Divide High? In this town? In my junior class?""Yes," Mrs. Roth answered. "Why is it such a difficult concept for you to grasp?""Because guys who look like that." She pointed a finger at him. "Do not come from this town. In addition to the face, he's too tall, and he's got the posture of some Russian—ballerina! And did you not notice his voice?""What's wrong with my voice?" Hunter frowned."It's all LOW and, SUPER-MANLY-AMAZING," she modulated her voice down, trying to sound like him.Charlie cracked up, and Hunter had to bury his own laugh."
Author: Anne Eliot
2. "In New York, after that famous home run, they expected me to be up there every year. That homer raised me to a high level, with the top guys in the game."
Author: Bobby Thomson
3. "I want to be in 'Glee,' but I'm told I'm not famous enough to be a cameo yet."
Author: Carey Mulligan
4. "It was pretty frightening because as we all know, when large, famous groups breakup, a lot of the members don't survive in solo careers."
Author: Don Henley
5. "A further reason for my hatred of . . . ideologies is quite a primitive one. I have an aversion to killing people for the fun of it. What the fun is, I did not quite understand at the time, but in the intervening years the ample exploration of revolutionary consciousness has cast some light on this matter. The fun consists in gaining a pseudo-identity through asserting one's power, optimally by killing somebody—a pseudo-identity that serves as a substitute for the human self that has been lost. . . . A good example of the type of self that has to kill other people in order to regain in an Ersatzform what it has lost is the famous Saint-Juste, who says that Brutus either has to kill other people or kill himself.. . . . I have no sympathy whatsoever with such characters and have never hesitated to characterize them as "murderous swine."
Author: Eric Voegelin
6. "I became famous almost before I had a craft."
Author: Farrah Fawcett
7. "Hold on to that. You have an autograph. I'm going to be famous some day."
Author: Haywood Nelson
8. "CUSTOMER (to their friend): God, the Famous Five titles realy were crap, weren't they? Five Go Camping. Five Go Off in a Caravan.... If it was Five Go Down To a Crack House it might be a bit more exciting."
Author: Jen Campbell
9. "Ever since grammar school, I knew I wanted to be famous - I always wanted to be a singer."
Author: Jennifer Hudson
10. "Anyway.I'm not allowed to watch TV, although I am allowed to rent documentaries that are approved for me, and I can read anything I want. My favorite book is A Brief History of Time, even though I haven't actually finished it, because the math is incredibly hard and Mom isn't good at helping me. One of my favorite parts is the beginning of the first chapter, where Stephen Hawking tells about a famous scientist who was giving a lecture about how the earth orbits the sun, and the sun orbits the solar system, and whatever. Then a woman in the back of the room raised her hand and said, "What you have told us is rubbish. The world is really a flat plate supported on the back of a giant tortoise." So the scientist asked her what the tortoise was standing on. And she said, "But it's turtles all the way down!"I love that story, because it shows how ignorant people can be. And also because I love tortoises."
Author: Jonathan Safran Foer
11. "Names.What's in a name, really? I mean, besides a bunch ofletters or sounds strung together to make a word. Does arose by any other name really smell as sweet? Would themost famous love story in the world be as poignant if it wascalled Romeo and Gertrude? Why is what we callourselves so important?"
Author: Julie Kagawa
12. "Choreographer Twyla Tharp, who directed the opera and dance scenes for thefilm Amadeus, has this to say about the film's portrait of Mozart:There are no ‘natural' geniuses… No-one worked harder thanMozart. By the time he was twenty-eight years old, his hands were deformed because ofall the hours he had spent practicing, performing, and gripping a quill pen to compose…As Mozart himself wrote to a friend, "People err who think my art comes easily to me. Iassure you, dear friend, nobody has devoted so much time and thought to composition asI. There is not a famous master whose music I have not industriously studied throughmany times."
Author: Mark McGuinness
13. "Don't worry about writing a book or getting famous or making money. Just lead an interesting life."
Author: Michael Morpurgo
14. "I heard so many stories from Gaomi's peasants that I had an irrepressible urge to write them down. Today, Gaomi's peasants know that they have become famous around the world through my writings, but I think they are a little puzzled by this."
Author: Mo Yan
15. "If you're a guy, I'm sure you already know that their most famous product is that litle plastic stariner at the bototm of urinals, and you probably still laugh every time you look down and see PISHER written in happy bold letters, like maybe it was to remind you why you were standing there."
Author: Neal Shusterman
16. "My mood, as I identify with each of my heroes, resembles what I used to feel when I played alone as a child. Like all children, I liked to play make-believe, to put myself in someone else's place and imagine dream worlds in which I was a soldier, a famous soccer player, or a great hero."
Author: Orhan Pamuk
17. "The Band was always famous for its retirements; we'd go and play and get a little petty cash together, and then not see each other till it was time to fill our pockets up again."
Author: Rick Danko
18. "When Winston Churchill wanted to rally the nation in 1940, it was to Anglo-Saxon that he turned: "We shall fight on the beaches; we shall fight on the landing grounds; we shall fight in the fields and the streets; we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender." All these stirring words came from Old English as spoken in the year 1000, with the exception of the last one, surrender, a French import that came with the Normans in 1066--and when man set foot on the moon in 1969, the first human words spoken had similar echoes: "One small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind." Each of Armstrong's famous words was part of Old English by the year 1000."
Author: Robert Lacey
19. "Wanderess, Wanderess, weave us a story of seduction and ruse. Heroic be the Wanderess, the world be her muse.'...I jot this phrase of invocation in my old leather-bound notebook on a bright, cold morning at the Café **** in Paris, and with it I'm inspired to take the reader back to the time I first met and became acquainted with the girl I call The Wanderess—as well as a famous adventurer named Saul, the Son of Solarus."
Author: Roman Payne
20. "Mary was a famous fairground attraction but she doesn't really count as she rather famously turned out to be a monkey."
Author: Sandi Toksvig
21. "We needed to become world-famous soon, while there was still that kind of world to be famous in..."
Author: Scott Westerfeld
22. "Celebrities have more influence to be able to reach out to people, but people are becoming famous on Facebook and social media every day."
Author: Shemar Moore
23. "He might be famous (local newspaper or television) for finding it, true—but if fame takes away the thing it celebrates, then Sebastien would prefer the inspired silence. We're all famous in our own hearts anyway."
Author: Simon Van Booy
24. "There's two ways to become a famous Poet, find that one person that knows somebody, that knows somebody, that knows somebody.Or die trying"
Author: Stanley Victor Paskavich
25. "He's probably their battle poet, too." "You mean he makes up heroic songs about famous battles?" "No, no. He recites poems that frighten the enemy....When a well-trained gonnagle starts to recite, the enemy's ears explode."
Author: Terry Pratchett
26. "As I have heard said, a person's success in life can usually be measured by the number of uncomfortable conversations he or she is willing to have. Resolve to do one thing every day that you fear. I got into this habit by attempting to contact celebrities and famous businesspeople for advice."
Author: Timothy Ferriss
27. "If I had to change one thing about my life, it would probably be, I wouldn't be famous. Because when you're famous it's so hard."
Author: Willow Smith

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