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New York Pollard quotes by Ezra Miller
#1. I shop only at thrift stores and vintage stores. In New York, I like a place called Star Struck, and a place called The Family Jewels. #Quote by Ezra Miller
New York Pollard quotes by Bill Maher
#2. New Rule: Americans must realize what makes NFL football so great: socialism. That's right, the NFL takes money from the rich teams and gives it to the poorer one...just like President Obama wants to do with his secret army of ACORN volunteers. Green Bay, Wisconsin, has a population of one hundred thousand. Yet this sleepy little town on the banks of the Fuck-if-I-know River has just as much of a chance of making it to the Super Bowl as the New York Jets--who next year need to just shut the hell up and play.

Now, me personally, I haven't watched a Super Bowl since 2004, when Janet Jackson's nipple popped out during halftime. and that split-second glimpse of an unrestrained black titty burned by eyes and offended me as a Christian. But I get it--who doesn't love the spectacle of juiced-up millionaires giving one another brain damage on a giant flatscreen TV with a picture so real it feels like Ben Roethlisberger is in your living room, grabbing your sister?

It's no surprise that some one hundred million Americans will watch the Super Bowl--that's forty million more than go to church on Christmas--suck on that, Jesus! It's also eighty-five million more than watched the last game of the World Series, and in that is an economic lesson for America. Because football is built on an economic model of fairness and opportunity, and baseball is built on a model where the rich almost always win and the poor usually have no chance. The World Series is like The Real H #Quote by Bill Maher
New York Pollard quotes by Bel Powley
#3. I had a place to go to university; I was going to study history. I was in New York doing 'Arcadia,' and I suddenly thought, 'It feels a bit weird to go from a New York stage to Manchester University.' It didn't quite feel right. #Quote by Bel Powley
New York Pollard quotes by H.L. Mencken
#4. All the benefit that a New Yorker gets out of Kansas is no more than what he might get out of Saskatchewan, the Argentine pampas, of Siberia. But New York to a Kansan is not only a place where he may get drunk, look at dirty shows and buy bogus antiques; it is also a place where he may enforce his dunghill ideas upon his betters. #Quote by H.L. Mencken
New York Pollard quotes by Jeremiah Moss
#5. A neighborhood is an emotional ecosystem, and when it is destroyed by gentrification, it's trauma. #Quote by Jeremiah Moss
New York Pollard quotes by Ari Fleischer
#6. But instead, Democrats are so bent on seeing Republicans as a bunch of angry, right wing, intolerant, unreliable extremists that they have a track record of missing the mood of the country, especially the sentiment of people who don't wake up to 'The New York Times.' #Quote by Ari Fleischer
New York Pollard quotes by Alice Smith
#7. I loved it. I just thought I wanted to stay in college forever. I came to New York all by myself; I didn't have any friends there. But it was fine. I felt comfortable. I started thinking, 'Maybe graduate school?' I was really cool with people who were smart, who knew stuff. It's very romantic and stimulating. #Quote by Alice Smith
New York Pollard quotes by Joe Mantegna
#8. When they were small and my wife really had no other responsibilities, except taking care of the family and all of us, it wasn't that big a deal. It was fun. Hey, we're going to Moscow. We're going to Italy. We're going to Toronto. We're going to New York. #Quote by Joe Mantegna
New York Pollard quotes by Harold Feinstein
#9. The only time I've ever really felt envy is when I've watched people make music, which made my time living in the now-legendary Jazz Loft at 821 Sixth Avenue in New York a constant source of agony and ecstasy! #Quote by Harold Feinstein
New York Pollard quotes by 5 Seconds Of Summer
#10. I love that accent you have when you say hello
You relocated from New York a month ago
That minivan that you drive really gets me going
And if it feels like it's right
Then it can't be wrong

No one understands the chemistry we have
And it came out of nowhere
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
It's not like we planned this, it's getting out of hand
And now we're gonna go there
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

Walk my way
Mrs All American
Say my name
No need to pretend
Don't be shy
Mrs All American
I'll show you why
You're not gonna walk away

Not just a neighbour
Oh hey there I'll ring your bell
Open your door, pucker up
And I'll kiss you well
My lips are sealed
There's nobody that I would tell
Your secret's mine, close your eyes
And I'll make you melt

No one understands the chemistry we have
And it came out of nowhere
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
It's not like we planned this, it's getting out of hand
And now we're gonna go there
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

Walk my way
Mrs All American
Say my name
No need to pretend
Don't be shy
Mrs All American
I'll show you why
You're not gonna walk away
Oh yeah

Na na na na na na na na
You know what she like
Na na na na na na na na
You know what she like
Na na na na na na na na
Ah you know what she #Quote by 5 Seconds Of Summer
New York Pollard quotes by Gregory Benford
#11. Dawidoff, Nicholas. The Catcher Was a Spy: The Mysterious Life of Moe Berg. New York: Vintage, 1994. de #Quote by Gregory Benford
New York Pollard quotes by Alfred Kazin
#12. Brooklyn Heights itself is a window on the port. Here, where the perspective is fixed by the towers of Manhattan and the hills of New Jersey and Staten Island, the channels running between seem fingers of the world ocean. Here one can easily embrace the suggestion, which Whitman felt so easily, that the whole American world opens out from here, north and west. #Quote by Alfred Kazin
New York Pollard quotes by Vin Diesel
#13. I grew up in an artists' community in New York, in a building that was government-subsidised for artists. No one made any money, but they made art for the sake of art. #Quote by Vin Diesel
New York Pollard quotes by Big Sean
#14. My mom graduated from the University of Michigan, which is a great school. Then she got her Master's from NYU. She wanted to be an actress, so when she graduated, she had a dream, and she started following it. She moved to New York and took acting classes with people like Denzel Washington. #Quote by Big Sean
New York Pollard quotes by Finn Wittrock
#15. I found L.A. much less responsive to the name Juilliard than New York was. In New York, that name actually means something. People will look up from their desks when you walk in. In L.A. it's, 'Oh yeah, that's a music school. What do you play?' #Quote by Finn Wittrock
New York Pollard quotes by Stephanie Danler
#16. The sky was so blue.
It's only been five years.
My skyline was never marked with an absence.
Remember that wine school? Windows on the World?
I had been underneath them, on the F train coming from Brooklyn just one hour before.
I was late for high school but glued to the TV.
I had taught a class there - on Rioja - on the night of September tenth.
Chef made soup.
So I heard something and looked out my window - you know I'm on the East Side.
It was too low. But it was steady and went by almost in slow motion.
The Owner set up a soup kitchen on the sidewalk.
No, I haven't been down there.
The smoke.
The dust.
But the sky was so blue.
My buddy was the somm at the restaurant - we came up at Tavern on the Green together.
You guys never talk about it.
I was going into a class called, I'm not joking, Meanings of Death.
I always wondered: If I had been here, would I have stayed?
And I thought, New York is so far away.
My cousin was a firefighter, second-wave responder.
Nothing on television is real.
But am I safe?
Because what else is there to do but make soup?
But I really can't imagine it.
I was pouring milk into my cereal, I looked down for one second…
I was asleep, I didn't even feel the impact.
A tide of people moving up the avenues on foot.
Sometimes it still feels too soon.
It's our shared map of the city.
Then #Quote by Stephanie Danler
New York Pollard quotes by Ira Sachs
#17. Seeing the road show of 'A Chorus Line' in 1977 at the Orpheum Theater in downtown Memphis was a life-changing event for me: there were gay people, on the stage, and they all lived in New York. #Quote by Ira Sachs
New York Pollard quotes by Philip Morrison
#18. My piece in One World or None was the description of the effect of a single atomic bomb on New York City. #Quote by Philip Morrison
New York Pollard quotes by Gina Greenlee
#19. If you want it badly enough, it's yours. #Quote by Gina Greenlee
New York Pollard quotes by Jonathan Safran Foer
#20. What about little microphones? What if everyone swallowed them, and they played the sounds of our hearts through little speakers, which could be in the pouches of our overalls? When you skateboarded down the street at night you could hear everyone's heartbeat, and they could hear yours, sort of like sonar. One weird thing is, I wonder if everyone's hearts would start to beat at the same time, like how women who live together have their menstrual periods at the same time, which I know about, but don't really want to know about. That would be so weird, except that the place in the hospital where babies are born would sound like a crystal chandelier in a houseboat, because the babies wouldn't have had time to match up their heartbeats yet. And at the finish line at the end of the New York City Marathon it would sound like war. #Quote by Jonathan Safran Foer
New York Pollard quotes by Diplo
#21. New York feels like the whole city is into dance music. That's not how it felt when I was younger. There was more of a hipster scene. #Quote by Diplo
New York Pollard quotes by David Letterman
#22. Today coming to work, I saw one of those only in New York scenes. It was a rat who had passed out after choking on a pretzel. #Quote by David Letterman
New York Pollard quotes by Spiro T. Agnew
#23. If a theology student in lowa should get up at a PTA luncheon in Sioux City and attack the President's military policy, my guess is that you would probably find it reported somewhere the next morning in the New York Times. But when 300 Congressmen endorse the President's policy, the next morning it is apparently not considered news fit to print. #Quote by Spiro T. Agnew
New York Pollard quotes by Sonny Liston
#24. My punches are just as hard in Chicago as in New York. #Quote by Sonny Liston
New York Pollard quotes by Carmen Ejogo
#25. I really feel that I had a genuinely diverse, multicultural upbringing, and I just don't find New York to be quite as diverse. Maybe I'm romanticising, but I feel that I was exposed to a real melting pot in terms of culture and pop culture. My kids are essentially middle-class, but I do try to remind them that they come from humble beginnings. #Quote by Carmen Ejogo
New York Pollard quotes by Dave Keuning
#26. I considered moving to New York or Los Angeles, but they're two of the hardest places to move to when you're just starting out in a band. #Quote by Dave Keuning
New York Pollard quotes by Richard Dawkins
#27. Our leaders have described the recent atrocity with the customary cliche: mindless cowardice. Mindless may be a suitable word for the vandalising of a telephone box. It is not helpful for understanding what hit New York on September 11. Those people were not mindless and they were certainly not cowards. On the contrary, they had sufficiently effective minds braced with an insane courage, and it would pay us mightily to understand where that courage came from. It came from religion ... #Quote by Richard Dawkins
New York Pollard quotes by Lyndsay Faye
#28. Look at it,' he said, gesturing. 'This window looks down upon hundreds more panes of glass, and behind those panes live thousands upon thousands of lost souls. When I feel cast down and helpless, scores of other men do as well, and when I am bitterly angry at feeling cast down and helpless, countless other people languish in concert with me. When I'm happy, it's the same. It's a bit like ... I used to play chamber music. It's like a vast orchestra. And so I shan't ever be alone. #Quote by Lyndsay Faye
New York Pollard quotes by Gregory Corso
#29. I moved up over Lower East Side and I was adopted by eight foster parents; I lived all over New York City with these parents, man, till I was about ten years old. #Quote by Gregory Corso
New York Pollard quotes by Bobby Flay
#30. I live in New York and I'm in New York basically all the time. I spend a lot of my time in my restaurants, and I feel like that's why they're successful. #Quote by Bobby Flay
New York Pollard quotes by Mary MacLane
#31. And it is in New York I have those strangest things of all: human friendships. Not many friendships and not of spent familiarities: for I don't like actual human beings too much around me. But yet friendships made of the edges of thoughts and vivid pathos and pregnant odds and ends of nervous human flesh and fire.

It is in New York I go to the apartment of a Friend at the end of an afternoon. In the apartment are some persons having tea, men and women. The Friend greets me at the door. She wears maybe a dress of thin dark and light silk, shaped in the quaint outlandish fashion of the hour. And she has shrewd kindly eyes like a Rembrandt portrait, and a worn New-York-ish Latin-ish brain and heart both of which are made of steel, sparkle and the very plain red meat of living. She says, 'Hello-Mary-Mac-Lane,' and clasps my hand, and we exchange a glance of no real understanding at all but suggesting warmed challenge of personality, and an oblique sweet call of depth to depth, and of friendship which by mere force of preference and of our separate quality and calibre is true rather than false. So close and no closer may friendship be. And friendship with-all, is closer than any love. It is the closest human beings ever come to meeting. #Quote by Mary MacLane
New York Pollard quotes by Aaron Karo
#32. A very awkward situation occurs often in New York City when you are walking down a relatively empty sidewalk and there happens to be a person walking right next to you in the same direction as you at the exact same pace as you. I never know whether to pass or draft. It becomes sort of a strange competition. #Quote by Aaron Karo
New York Pollard quotes by Melissa McCarthy
#33. When I went to college, I did clothing and textiles. It really wasn't until I moved to New York, my second night in, I did stand-up. I took a wild left turn, and instead of going back and finishing school at FIT, I started doing stand-up and acting. #Quote by Melissa McCarthy
New York Pollard quotes by Robert Osborne
#34. As a kid growing up in a small town in Washington State, my only exposure to New York City was through movies. The town with its towering skyscrapers, fascinating people and teeming energy absolutely captivated me. #Quote by Robert Osborne
New York Pollard quotes by Mike Birbiglia
#35. When I moved to New York, I was wide-eyed. I was nice to everyone, which comedians hate. #Quote by Mike Birbiglia
New York Pollard quotes by Kate Moss
#36. I started going back and forth, New York, London, New York, London. I wasn't looking back at all. I was doing tons of jobs. Working, working, working, working. #Quote by Kate Moss
New York Pollard quotes by Gina Greenlee
#37. When life hands you lemons, why stop at lemonade? Create an entire product line. #Quote by Gina Greenlee
New York Pollard quotes by Vartan Gregorian
#38. It meant that New York philanthropists, New York society, would now rediscover the library ... that learning, books, education have glamour, that self-improvement has glamour, that hope has glamour. #Quote by Vartan Gregorian
New York Pollard quotes by Rebecca Mader
#39. I never did any sports at school. It wasn't until I moved to America, to New York, when I was about 20 that I actually thought that if I wanted to be an actress I might have to start working out. #Quote by Rebecca Mader
New York Pollard quotes by Ban Ki-moon
#40. New York is one of the greatest cities in the world. It is a fitting host to its many international visitors, who can come to witness first-hand what a vibrant multicultural democracy looks like. #Quote by Ban Ki-moon
New York Pollard quotes by Bobby Thomson
#41. 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. #Quote by Bobby Thomson
New York Pollard quotes by E.B. White
#42. New York blends the gift of privacy with the excitement of participation; and better than most dense communities it succeeds in insulating the individual (if he wants it, and almost everybody wants or needs it) against all enormous and violent and wonderful events that are taking place every minute. #Quote by E.B. White
New York Pollard quotes by Annie Smith Peck
#43. I am afraid if there is anything to be afraid of. A precipice cannot hurt you. Lions and tigers can. The streets of New York I consider more dangerous than the Matterhorn to a thoroughly competent and careful climber. #Quote by Annie Smith Peck

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