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New York Times quotes by Ann Coulter
#1. My only regret with Timothy McVeigh is he did not go to the New York Times Building. #Quote by Ann Coulter
New York Times quotes by Evgeny Morozov
#2. You actually see liberals checking 'Fox News,' if only to know what the conservatives are thinking. And you're seeing conservatives who venture into liberal sources, just to know what 'The New York Times' is thinking. #Quote by Evgeny Morozov
New York Times quotes by Chen Guangbiao
#3. The tradition and style of the 'New York Times' make it very difficult to have objective coverage of China. If we could purchase it, its tone might turn around. #Quote by Chen Guangbiao
New York Times quotes by John Derbyshire
#4. Razib Khan Hired And Fired By The New York Times, Both On The Same Day! #Quote by John Derbyshire
New York Times quotes by Eve Golden
#5. When [Claudette Colbert] died at 92, on July 30, 1996, her front-page New York Times obit recalled her "wit, gaiety, cupid'sbow mouth and light touch ... worldly and sophisticated yet down to earth." Claudette herself was quoted, "I've always believed that acting is instinct to start with; you either have it or you don't ... I did comedy because all my life I always wanted to laugh myself. There was never anything that gave me as much satisfaction as to be in something amusing. #Quote by Eve Golden
New York Times quotes by Gabriel Byrne
#6. I called Kevin Spacey one day about something else, but he didnt say to me calm down, like The New York Times said. Because I was not deranged. #Quote by Gabriel Byrne
New York Times quotes by Thelma Schoonmaker
#7. I'd trained to be a diplomat but the state department said I was too liberal. I saw an ad in the New York Times ... a hack Californian editor came to New York to butcher some films and he needed an assistant. For some reason I read it that day and it changed my life. I went to work for him and he was horrible, butchering these masterpieces by Antonioni, Visconti, but I learned enough to know what he was doing wrong. #Quote by Thelma Schoonmaker
New York Times quotes by M.C. Grant
#8. Dixie Flynn may be the most kick-ass heroine ever created. Kudos to M.C. Grant for giving us the ultimate 'girl power' thriller."
- TESS GERRITSEN, NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF THE SILENT GIRL #Quote by M.C. Grant
New York Times quotes by The New York Times
#9. [On The Catcher in the Rye] "This Salinger, he's a short story guy. And he knows how to write about kids. This book though, it's too long. Gets kind of monotonous. And he should've cut out a lot about these jerks and all that crumby school. They depress me. - James Stern #Quote by The New York Times
New York Times quotes by Steve Hanke
#10. In April 2013, Nathaniel Popper of 'The New York Times' reported on Bitcoin in an article titled, 'Digital Money is Gaining Champions in the Real World'. #Quote by Steve Hanke
New York Times quotes by The New York Times
#11. Mr. Lehrer's muse is not fettered by such inhibiting factors as taste. #Quote by The New York Times
New York Times quotes by Jesse Helms
#12. The New York Times and Washington Post are both infested with homosexuals themselves. Just about every person down there is a homosexual or lesbian. #Quote by Jesse Helms
New York Times quotes by The New York Times
#13. [about Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises] His characters are as shallow as the saucers in which they stack their daily emotions. #Quote by The New York Times
New York Times quotes by Mikhail Baryshnikov
#14. You open a section of 'The New York Times,' and there's a review or a story on a choreographer or a dancer, and there's an informative, clear image of a dancer. This is, in my view, not an interesting photograph. #Quote by Mikhail Baryshnikov
New York Times quotes by Robert Dugoni
#15. Whether you're an unpublished novelist or a sixteen-time New York Times bestselling author, you can always improve your craft. You can always become a better writer. #Quote by Robert Dugoni
New York Times quotes by Kathleen Papajohn
#16. Maligned –powerfully-drawn characters acting out a disturbing view of our future." -David Compton, New York Times Best-Selling author #Quote by Kathleen Papajohn
New York Times quotes by David Talbot
#17. Most Sunday magazines, with the New York Times as an exception, are kind of sleepy, weekend service vehicles to move living room products. #Quote by David Talbot
New York Times quotes by Frank Miller
#18. I think most things I read on the Internet and in newspapers are propaganda. Everyone from the 'New York Times' to Rupert Murdoch has a point of view and is putting forth their own propaganda. They're stuck with the facts as they are, but the way they interpret and frame them is wildly different. #Quote by Frank Miller
New York Times quotes by Charles Wheelan
#19. The world is producing more and more data, ever faster and faster. Yet, as the New York Times has noted, "Data is merely the raw material of knowledge."3* Statistics is the most powerful tool we have for using information to some meaningful end, #Quote by Charles Wheelan
New York Times quotes by Michael Specter
#20. Just because you read a report in the 'New York Times,' the 'Economist,' or, yes, 'The New Yorker' doesn't make it true. But we do know that a few people have evaluated that story with what strikes me as fairly objective standards of reason. #Quote by Michael Specter
New York Times quotes by Marianne Williamson
#21. When you've written 10 books and have six on the New York Times best-seller list - and four have been No. 1 - I think you have a right to be a member of Congress. #Quote by Marianne Williamson
New York Times quotes by Adam Rapp
#22. You can always count on the New York Times to cut your legs off. #Quote by Adam Rapp
New York Times quotes by Albert Laszlo Barabasi
#23. Open the "book of life" and you will see a "text" of about 3 billion letters, filling about 10,000 copies of the new York Times Sunday edition. Each line looks something like this:
TCTAGAAACA ATTGCCATTG TTTCTTCTCA TTTTCTTTTC ACGGGCAGCC
These letters, abbreviations of the molecules making up the DNA, could easily mean that the anonymous donor whose genome has been sequenced will be bald by the age of fifty. Or they could reveal that he will develop Alzheimer's disease by seventy. We are repeatedly told that everything from our personality to future medical history is encoded in this book. Can you read it? I doubt it. Let me share a secret with you: Neither can biologists or doctors. #Quote by Albert Laszlo Barabasi
New York Times quotes by Donald Miller
#24. I was watching Booknotes on CSPAN the other day and got caught up in an interview with a literary critic from the New York Times.The interviewer asked the critic why he thought the Harry Potter series was selling so many copies. "Wish fulfillment," the critic answered. He said the lead character in the book could wave a wand and make things happen, and this is one of the primary fantasies of the human heart. I think this is true. I call it "Clawing for Eden."But the Bible says Eden is gone, and as much as we want to believe we can fix our lives in about as many steps as it takes to make a peanut-butter sandwich, I don't believe we can. #Quote by Donald Miller
New York Times quotes by Peter Boghossian
#25. Your religious beliefs typically depend on the community in which you were raised or live. The spiritual experiences of people in ancient Greece, medieval Japan or 21st-century Saudi Arabia do not lead to belief in Christianity. It seems, therefore, that religious belief very likely tracks not truth but social conditioning." - Gary Gutting, "The Stone," New York Times, September 14, 2011 #Quote by Peter Boghossian
New York Times quotes by F Scott Fitzgerald
#26. The soft rush of taxis by him, and laughter, laughters hoarse as a crow's, incessant and loud, with the rumble of the subways underneath - and over all, the revolutions of light, the growings and recedings of light - light dividing like pearls - forming and reforming in glittering bars and circles and monstrous grotesque figures cut amazingly on the sky. #Quote by F Scott Fitzgerald
New York Times quotes by Gina Greenlee
#27. Putting the dream in motion involved significant personal downsizing, moving three times to trim housing expenses and continuing to freelance. I sold one piece to The New York Times Magazine, many more to The Courant, and another to The St. Petersburg Times. #Quote by Gina Greenlee
New York Times quotes by The New York Times
#28. Perhaps Aristotle's most widely-read work is his esoteric treatise on aesthetics, the Poetics. According to his analysis of tragic poetry (a section on comedy was either lost or never completed), the theatrical audience experiences katharsis ("purgation") of the heightened emotions of pity and fear as the tragic hero, a basically good but flawed aristocrat, is brought down by his own "error of judgment. #Quote by The New York Times
New York Times quotes by Gabrielle Zevin
#29. W-MT: There was a book I read about in the New York Times Book Review. It had a red cover, maybe? A.J.: Yeah, that sounds familiar. [Translation: That is excessively vague. Author, title, description of the plot - these are more useful locators. That the cover might have been red and that it was in the New York Times Book Review helps me far less than you might think.] Anything else you remember about it? [Use your words.] #Quote by Gabrielle Zevin
New York Times quotes by Bella DePaulo
#30. Writing often in the pages of the New York Times, Allison Arieff is a powerful spokesperson. "Bring back the sidewalk!" she urged in one of her articles, explaining: "Community is born from social routine - running into neighbors at the mailbox or while walking down the street. Design for these serendipitous encounters."8 #Quote by Bella DePaulo
New York Times quotes by William D. Lutz
#31. genocide n.
1. ethnic cleansing

When Serbian gunmen go door-to-door in a Bosnian town pulling Slavs and Roman Catholic Croats from their homes at gunpoint and herding them forcibly onto cattle trucks and deporting or later shooting them, the Serbs call it "ethnic cleansing."

- New York Times, May 22, 1992

2. depopulation
3. elimination of unreliable elements #Quote by William D. Lutz
New York Times quotes by Kazuo Ishiguro
#32. The book was at a reasonably high position on the New York Times ... before I was in the country. I thought it would be an interesting experiment to see if my presence here would push it up or down. #Quote by Kazuo Ishiguro
New York Times quotes by Oliver Sacks
#33. Dr. Sacks treats each of his subjects - the amnesic fifty-year-old man who believes himself to be a young sailor in the Navy, the "disembodied" woman whose limbs have become alien to her, and of course the famous man who mistook his wife for a hat - with a deep respect for the unique individual living beneath the disorder. These tales inspire awe and empathy, allowing the reader to enter the uncanny worlds of those with autism, Alzheimer's, Tourette's syndrome, and other unfathomable neurological conditions. "One of the great clinical writers of the 20th century" (The New York Times), Dr. Sacks brings to vivid life some of the most fundamental questions about identity and the human mind. #Quote by Oliver Sacks
New York Times quotes by Chris Hedges
#34. But it would be a mistake to assume that the liberal class was simply seduced by the Utopian promises of globalism. It was also seduced by careerism. Those who mouthed the right words, who did not challenge the structures being cemented into place by the corporate state, who assured the working class that the suffering was temporary and would be rectified in the new world order, were rewarded. They were given public platforms on television and in the political arena. They were held up to the wider society as experts, sages, and specialists. They became the class of wise men and women who were permitted to explain in public forums what was happening to us at home and abroad. The New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, a cheer leader for the Iraq war and globalization, became the poster child for the new class of corporate mandarins. And although Friedman was disastrously wrong about the outcome of the occupation, as he was about the effects of globalization, he continues, with a handful of other apologists, to dominate the airwaves. #Quote by Chris Hedges
New York Times quotes by Darin Strauss
#35. I thought, 'I'll come back to New York. I worked for the 'Aspen Times' when I lived in Aspen. I'll work for the 'New York Times' when I live in New York.' It didn't work out that way. #Quote by Darin Strauss
New York Times quotes by Joe Eszterhas
#36. All has changed, thanks to Joe Eszterhas' life-threatening battle with throat cancer. He announced in "The New York Times" that he and Hollywood had blood on their hands and now Eszterhas is crusading to stop Hollywood's glamorization of smoking. #Quote by Joe Eszterhas
New York Times quotes by Karl Rove
#37. I mean, if you have to wake up in the morning to be validated by the editorial page of the New York Times, you got a pretty sorry existence. #Quote by Karl Rove
New York Times quotes by Mel Torme
#38. It may sound a bit like an army barracks, but the truth of the matter is: there must be some time laid aside for arranging, time for working on either a book or an article - I've written two articles in the last four months for the New York Times book review section. #Quote by Mel Torme
New York Times quotes by Donald Miller
#39. I started 'Storyline' after I'd accomplished all my goals and still wasn't happy. I'd become a 'New York Times' bestselling author, which was my goal from high school, and yet I was less happy after accomplishing my goals than I was before. #Quote by Donald Miller
New York Times quotes by Lionel Barber
#40. In hindsight, Watergate was a curse as well as a blessing for American journalism. The courageous reporting of the 'Post' and the 'New York Times' - coupled with the favourable Supreme Court rulings on publication of the Pentagon Papers - were landmarks for the interpretation of First Amendment rights and the freedom of the press. #Quote by Lionel Barber
New York Times quotes by P.N. Elrod
#41. I'll have to self-publish it because unless you're on the 'New York Times' bestseller lists, anthologies don't sell all that well. However, low sales to a big publisher are a major success to a small one! #Quote by P.N. Elrod
New York Times quotes by Bill Watterson
#42. You can draw a penguin on a toilet reading The New York Times and it's adorable, but try doing it with an adult male character, and it's disgusting. #Quote by Bill Watterson
New York Times quotes by Gary Wilkerson
#43. A New York times reporter wrote about David Wilkerson,"He was the model of absolute simplicity, directness and non-sophistication. He sought out gang members, drug addicts and alcoholics with no other weapon than the Bible. He just went out on the streets, mixed with the kids and reasoned with them face to face, often quoting the Bible, and it worked. #Quote by Gary Wilkerson
New York Times quotes by Jay Leno
#44. According to The New York Times, the mob has now gotten into Medicare fraud. But the good news is, when they do break your legs there's a good chance you're covered. #Quote by Jay Leno
New York Times quotes by Leonard Downie, Jr.
#45. The New York Times and the Washington Post each contain roughly 100,000 words a day - about as many as this book. A typical NBC Nightly News broadcast contains 3,600 words. #Quote by Leonard Downie, Jr.
New York Times quotes by John Zmirak
#46. Hence it's funny to read in the New York Times that liberal Catholic activists are pushing for a change in Church teaching on issues relating to -- well, let's admit it, sex. Nobody is out there demanding the popes revisit the condemnation of Jansenism (don't ask), or settle the question of whether divine grace is or isn't resistable. No, journalists want to know what the Church thinks about whether one person should poke another and, if so, where, when, and how. What liberal Catholics and the journalists who love them are really asking for isfor the Church to admit that it was teaching a set of harsh, repressive errors for nineteen centuries and that now it is very, very sorry. #Quote by John Zmirak
New York Times quotes by Kiernan Shipka
#47. One of my favorite apps is VSCO, which is for editing photos. I think they have great filters. And then I read the New York Times. #Quote by Kiernan Shipka
New York Times quotes by Barbara Levine
#48. Grand Duchess Marie pronounced knitting a wonderful escape from life's problems: 'When the needles slip through the fingers, your imagination takes flight.' - new york times, may 12, 1936 #Quote by Barbara Levine
New York Times quotes by Stephen Colbert
#49. I heard that after you throw away a 'New York Times,' it takes over a hundred years for the lies to biodegrade. #Quote by Stephen Colbert
New York Times quotes by Mahmood Mamdani
#50. Even the pages of the New York Times now include regular accounts distinguishing good from bad Muslims: good Muslims are modern, secular, and Westernized, but bad Muslims are doctrinal, antimodern, and virulent. #Quote by Mahmood Mamdani
New York Times quotes by Gloria Emerson
#51. I applied for a job at 'The New York Times' many years ago, and felt correctly that my life depended on it. #Quote by Gloria Emerson
New York Times quotes by John E. Mackey
#52. I realized that with everything I did from that point onward, I would have to ask myself this question: "How would I feel if what I'm doing right now is written up on the front page of the Wall Street Journal or the New York Times or if it is on television? Would I still do it?" That is a very useful exercise for leaders to engage in, because we shouldn't do anything we might be embarrassed by or ashamed of. #Quote by John E. Mackey
New York Times quotes by Thomas Sowell
#53. The New York Times' long-standing motto, "All the News That's Fit to Print" should be changed to reflect today's reality: "Manufacturing News to Fit an Ideology. #Quote by Thomas Sowell
New York Times quotes by Walter Cronkite
#54. The rule of thumb for all news operations is that stories are assigned their importance on the basis of what affects or interests the greatest number of one's readers or viewers. Depending on the nature of the newspaper or broadcast, the balance between what "affects" and what "interests" is quite different. The first criteria of a responsible newspaper such as The New York Times is going to be that which their readers need to know about their world that day - those developments that in one way or another might affect their health, their pocketbooks, the future of themselves and their children. The first criterion of the tabloid is that which "interests" its readers - gossip, sex, scandal. #Quote by Walter Cronkite
New York Times quotes by Pete Hamill
#55. You will never have enough space in a tabloid paper to compete with the 'New York Times' on foreign coverage. #Quote by Pete Hamill
New York Times quotes by Robert B. Reich
#56. An Apple executive told The New York Times, "We don't have an obligation to solve America's problems. Our only obligation is making the best product possible. #Quote by Robert B. Reich
New York Times quotes by Pico Iyer
#57. Death undoes us less, sometimes, than the hope that it will never come. #Quote by Pico Iyer
New York Times quotes by Joan Didion
#58. Of course we would all like to "believe" in something, like to assuage our private guilts in public causes, like to lose our tiresome selves; like, perhaps, to transform the white flag of defeat at home into the brave white banner of battle away from home. And of course it is all right to do that; that is how, immemorially, thing have gotten done. But I think it is all right only so long as we do not delude ourselves about what we are doing, and why. It is all right only so long as we remember that all the ad hoc committees, all the picket lines, all the brave signatures in The New York Times, all the tools of agitprop straight across the spectrum, do not confer upon anyone any ipso facto virtue. It is all right only so long as we recognize that the end may or may not be expedient, may or may not be a good idea, but in any case has nothing to do with "morality." Because when we start deceiving ourselves into thinking not that we want something or need something, not that it is a pragmatic necessity for us to have it, but that it is a moral imperative that we have it, then is when we join the fashionable madmen, and then is when the thin whine of hysteria is heard in the land, and then is when we are in bad trouble. And I suspect we are already there. #Quote by Joan Didion
New York Times quotes by Richard Saul Wurman
#59. A weekday edition of The New York Times contains more information than the average person was likely to come across in a lifetime in seventeenth-century England #Quote by Richard Saul Wurman
New York Times quotes by Ann Coulter
#60. Only a war that serves no conceivable national interest gets the New York Time's endorsement. Liberals warm to the idea of American mothers weeping for their sons, but only if their deaths will not make America any safer. #Quote by Ann Coulter
New York Times quotes by Barry Eisler
#61. I can understand the allure of a venerable Big Six imprint, of a shot at the New York Times list, of a publisher-sponsored book tour, of seeing your hardbacks in bookstores and your paperbacks in supermarkets. #Quote by Barry Eisler
New York Times quotes by David Plotz
#62. Writing a column, a weekly column for the New York Times, is really tough, and I wasn't prepared for the demands that that involved. #Quote by David Plotz
New York Times quotes by Philip E. Agre
#63. It is commonly said that the Internet is unique in its ability to spread bad information to large numbers of people, but this is ridiculous, given that the Internet cannot begin to compete with CNN or the New York Times for this honour. #Quote by Philip E. Agre
New York Times quotes by Jay Leno
#64. The New York Times is reporting that back in the '60s, presidential candidate Howard Dean used a letter from a doctor about a back condition to keep himself out of the draft in Vietnam and then spent 10 months skiing. Well it sounds like he's done the impossible. He actually made Bill Clinton and George Bush look like war heroes. #Quote by Jay Leno
New York Times quotes by George W. Bush
#65. There's Adam Clymer, major league asshole from The New York Times. #Quote by George W. Bush
New York Times quotes by Salman Rushdie
#66. [H]as it really been so long since religions persecuted people, burning them as heretics, drowning them as witches, that you can't recognize religious persecution when you see it?
[1,000 Days 'Trapped Inside a Metaphor' (Columbia University / The New York Times, December 12, 1991)] #Quote by Salman Rushdie
New York Times quotes by Conor Oberst
#67. I read the newspaper online. Mostly 'The New York Times.' I'll still buy papers if I'm getting on an airplane or the tour bus, though. I like physical things. #Quote by Conor Oberst
New York Times quotes by Bill Maher
#68. The New York Times - but the whole country gives it that weight. It's like the Asian kid in math class. Everybody in the media cheats off The New York Times. #Quote by Bill Maher
New York Times quotes by Amanda Peet
#69. Since I got a really bad review when I was, like, 28 in 'The New York Times,' I don't read reviews anymore. #Quote by Amanda Peet
New York Times quotes by The New York Times
#70. Merit has replaced the old system of inherited privilege, in which parents to the manner born handed down the manor to their children. But merit, it turns out, is at least partly class-based. Parents with money, education, and connections cultivate in their children the habits that the meritocracy rewards. When their children then succeed, their success is seen as earned. #Quote by The New York Times
New York Times quotes by Matthew Desmond
#71. Even in the most desolate areas of American cities, evictions used to be rare. They used to draw crowds. Eviction riots erupted during the Depression, even though the number of poor families who faced eviction each year was a fraction of what it is today. A New York Times account of community resistance to the eviction of three Bronx families in February 1932 observed, "Probably because of the cold, the crowd numbered only 1,000."1 Sometimes neighbors confronted the marshals directly, sitting on the evicted family's furniture to prevent its removal or moving the family back in despite the judge's orders. The marshals themselves were ambivalent about carrying out evictions. It wasn't why they carried a badge and a gun. #Quote by Matthew Desmond
New York Times quotes by Godfrey Gao
#72. 'The Mortal Instruments' is based on a series of novels by Cassandra Clare; it has been a New York Times bestseller, so it is pretty popular. #Quote by Godfrey Gao
New York Times quotes by Walter Isaacson
#73. Earlier that year Jobs had been hoping to find a buyer for Pixar that would let him merely recoup the $50 million he had put in. By the end of the day the shares he had retained - 80% of the company - were worth more than twenty times that, an astonishing $1.2 billion. That was about five times what he'd made when Apple went public in 1980. But Jobs told John Markoff of the New York Times that the money did not mean much to him. "There's no yacht in my future," he said. "I've never done this for the money. #Quote by Walter Isaacson
New York Times quotes by Floyd Abrams
#74. I would say that the Pentagon Papers case of 1971 - in which the government tried to block the The New York Times and The Washington Post that they obtained from a secret study of how we got involved in the war in Vietnam - that is probably the most important case. #Quote by Floyd Abrams
New York Times quotes by Ben Shapiro
#75. The ouster of Jill Abramson as executive editor of 'The New York Times' sent shock waves through the media landscape. Reports that she was fired thanks in part to a soured relationship based on the 'Times' alleged sexist pay discrepancy only made those shock waves stronger. #Quote by Ben Shapiro
New York Times quotes by Alex Jones
#76. We have, without any fanfare or much conversation, moved into a era in which news organizations are expected to explain themselves. Twenty years ago, it would not be expected that the New York Times would explain itself. The concept of what accountability. #Quote by Alex Jones
New York Times quotes by Breyten Breytenbach
#77. Even ivory towers need central heating. #Quote by Breyten Breytenbach
New York Times quotes by Barbara Corcoran
#78. I became a larger than life figure for one reason only. When you're quoted in the 'Wall Street Journal', the 'New York Times', constantly as the expert in the business people assume you're a lot bigger than you are. And then I had to run like hell to catch up with my own image. #Quote by Barbara Corcoran
New York Times quotes by I.M. Pei
#79. On a daily basis, my home life is very simple. I spend about 2 hours every morning reading the newspaper. As my two assistants will tell you, I don't come to work in the mornings, for two reasons. First, I want to be informed - that means I go through The New York Times every day, and then I watch some news on television. The second is, mornings are the best time to communicate with my clients abroad. #Quote by I.M. Pei
New York Times quotes by Ron Paul
#80. In a free society we're supposed to know the truth.. In a society where truth becomes treason, then we're in big trouble. And now, people who are revealing the truth are getting into trouble for it.. This is media, isn't it? I mean, why don't we prosecute The New York Times or anybody that releases this? #Quote by Ron Paul
New York Times quotes by John M. Ford
#81. I'm very happy that the New York Times has spoken well of my stuff; who wouldn't be? But it's not a choice I made. #Quote by John M. Ford
New York Times quotes by Bill Bryson
#82. Shakespeare 'never owned a book,' a writer for the New York Times gravely informed readers in one doubting article in 2002. The statement cannot actually be refuted, for we know nothing about his incidental possessions. But the writer might just as well have suggested that Shakespeare never owned a pair of shoes or pants. For all the evidence tells us, he spent his life naked from the waist down, as well as bookless, but it is probably that what is lacking is the evidence, not the apparel or the books. #Quote by Bill Bryson
New York Times quotes by Adam Langer
#83. I was wondering how Ms. Hetley, who seemed to occupy just about every slot on the New York Times hardback, paperback, and e-book bestseller lists, had managed to wring eight five-hundred-page installments out of the concept of wars between rival gangs of vampires and wizards when it seemed obvious to me that all a wizard would have to do to kick a vampire's ass was pounce on it during the day while it was sleeping. How could anyone take this stuff seriously, I wondered. Hetley's graphic depictions of wizard-on-vampire sex, which was creating a bloodthirsty, mutant race of evil, soulless 'vampards', seemed absurd. #Quote by Adam Langer
New York Times quotes by Robert Greene
#84. Kati with an I was a New York Times Critics' Pick and I was really happy that it got a run uptown in Harlem at the Maysles Cinema, which is a great space but isn't necessarily the most well attended for a week-long screening. #Quote by Robert Greene
New York Times quotes by Walter Cronkite
#85. A handful of us determine what will be on the evening news broadcasts, or, for that matter, in the New York Times or Washington Post or Wall Street Journal. Indeed it is a handful of us with this awesome power.And those [news stories] available to us already have been culled and re-culled by persons far outside our control. #Quote by Walter Cronkite
New York Times quotes by Isobel Irons
#86. I know what you're thinking. 'How the hell does this broke ass piece of trailer trash know words like caveat,' right? Well guess what? I've read every single book on the New York Times list of 'Top 100 Literary Classics,' not to mention every Jane Austen, Sylvia Plath or Bronte sisters' book ever written. And fuck you very much for judging me, by the way. #Quote by Isobel Irons
New York Times quotes by The New York Times
#87. The Concord public library committee deserve well of the public by their action in banishing Mark Twain's new book, Huckleberry Finn, on the ground that it is trashy and vicious. It is time that this influential pseudonym should cease to carry into homes and libraries unworthy productions… The advertising samples of this book, which have disfigured the Century magazine, are enough to tell any reader how offensive the whole thing must be. They are no better in tone than the dime novels which flood the blood-and-thunder reading population… his literary skill is, of course, superior, but their moral level is low, and their perusal cannot be anything less than harmful #Quote by The New York Times
New York Times quotes by Dennis Prager
#88. It is not true that the world hates America. It is the world's Left that hates America. However, because the Left dominates the world's news media and because nearly everyone, understandably, relies on the news media for their understanding of what happens in the world, many people, including Americans, believe that 'the world' hates America. And, of course, the Left-dominated media help to create much of the hatred for America that does exist. If I relied exclusively on the New York Times or Le Monde or the Guardian or CNN International or virtually any of the world's major television and radio news stations and newspapers for all I knew about America, I would probably hold it in contempt as well. #Quote by Dennis Prager
New York Times quotes by Rachel Maddow
#89. Donald Trump announced his no Muslims are allowed to come to the United States plan and that led to one of the greatest tweets of all time from New York Times columnist. Quote, "OK, I concede I picked the wrong day to modestly walk back my Trumpism as fascism column." #Quote by Rachel Maddow
New York Times quotes by David Cannadine
#90. Scandal, it bears repeating, undermines monarchies, but rarely ends them. It may be true that, according to a recent editorial in the New York Times, the British monarchy now exists primarily 'for our amusement'. But as long as people find it amusing, and want to be amused by it, they will be happy to see it undermined but uneager to kill it off. #Quote by David Cannadine
New York Times quotes by Ken Burns
#91. I read cover to cover every jazz publication that I could and in the New York Times, every single day reading their jazz reviews even though I didn't put them in the films. I wanted to know what is going on. #Quote by Ken Burns
New York Times quotes by Carol Queen
#92. From an interview with Susie Bright:

SB: You were recently reviewed by the New York Times. How do you think the mainstream media regards sex museums, schools and cultural centers these days? What's their spin versus your own observations?

[Note: Here's the article Susie mentions: http://www.nytimes.com/2005/12/05/nat... ]

CQ: Lots of people have seen the little NY Times article, which was about an event we did, the Belle Bizarre Bazaar -- a holiday shopping fair where most of the vendors were sex workers selling sexy stuff. Proceeds went to our Exotic Dancers' Education Project, providing dancers with skills that will help them maximize their potential and choices. This event got into the Times despite the worries of its author, a journalist who'd been posted over by her editor. She thought the Times was way too conservative for the likes of us, which may be true, except they now have so many column inches to fill with distracting stuff that isn't about Judith Miller!

The one thing the Times article does not do is present the spectrum of the Center for Sex & Culture's work, especially the academic and serious side of what we do. This, I think, points to the real answer to your question: mainstream media culture remains quite nervous and touchy about sex-related issues, especially those that take sex really seriously. A frivolous take (or a good, juicy, shocking angle) on a sex story works for the mainstream press: a sex-positive #Quote by Carol Queen
New York Times quotes by Jeffrey Pfeffer
#93. Systematic research supports the message of these cases. As noted in an article in the New York Times, even in the most extreme circumstances - like the financial crisis - directors bore little consequence for their poor decisions. #Quote by Jeffrey Pfeffer
New York Times quotes by James Rosenquist
#94. There was one reviewer from the 'New York Times,' I forget his name, who said I was 'death warmed over.' I wrote him back that I knew more about death than he did. The 'Times' fired him, put him in the cooking department! #Quote by James Rosenquist
New York Times quotes by John Hawkes
#95. 'The New York Times' thing ... I think any actor would be thrilled to be profiled in that paper. #Quote by John Hawkes
New York Times quotes by Jimmy Fallon
#96. Today is the midterm elections. The Washington Post is predicting that there's a 98 percent chance of the Republicans taking the Senate and The New York Times says there's a 75 percent chance. And CNN said, 'Wait, that's today?' #Quote by Jimmy Fallon
New York Times quotes by Harold Holzer
#97. New York Times founder Henry Raymond started his newspaper, "with the goal of reforming government, not belittling it. #Quote by Harold Holzer
New York Times quotes by Jason Reitman
#98. All the airports kind of feel and look the same now. Some are more beautiful, some are less beautiful, but for the most part you're going to find a Starbucks in every airport. You're going to get your coffee and the 'USA Today' or 'New York Times' in every airport. #Quote by Jason Reitman
New York Times quotes by S.A.  David
#99. My life had become a helluva plot that could give Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie another New York Times bestseller. #Quote by S.A. David
New York Times quotes by Norman Mailer
#100. While I'm working on a book, I rarely read anything more than The New York Times. Which may have the long-term effect of flattening my style. #Quote by Norman Mailer
New York Times quotes by James McBride
#101. As a journalist, I never critiqued anyone. I never review books. I've never felt qualified as a musician to say whether someone is a good musician or a bad musician. What happens with Black writers and Black artists is that if you're critiqued, for example, by a Black historian who wants to get his name on the cover of "The New York Times," and he says something, like, wacky, well, he'll get his name on the cover of "The New York Times" and he might get tenure, and your career suffers. #Quote by James McBride
New York Times quotes by Nelson A. Denis
#102. This "enlightened civilization" held some firm views about their neighbors. On February 22, 1899, the New York Times ran an article headlined "Americanizing Puerto Rico," describing Puerto Ricans as "uneducated, simple-minded and harmless people who are only interested in wine, women, music and dancing. #Quote by Nelson A. Denis
New York Times quotes by Walter Isaacson
#103. PRAISE FOR WALTER ISAACSON'S Steve Jobs "This biography is essential reading." - The New York Times, Holiday Gift Guide "A superbly told story of a superbly lived life." - The Wall Street Journal "Enthralling." - The New Yorker "A frank, smart and wholly unsentimental biography . . . a remarkably sharp, hi-res portrait . . . Steve Jobs is more than a good book; it's an urgently necessary one." - Time "An encyclopedic survey of all that Mr. Jobs accomplished, replete with the passion and excitement that it deserves." - Janet Maslin, The #Quote by Walter Isaacson
New York Times quotes by Jodi Picoult
#104. I think the 'New York Times' reviews overall tend to overlook popular fiction, whether you're a man, woman, white, black, purple or pink. I think there are a lot of readers who would like to see reviews that belong in the range of commercial fiction. #Quote by Jodi Picoult
New York Times quotes by Mel Gibson
#105. The L.A. Times, it's an anti-Christian publication, as is the New York Times. #Quote by Mel Gibson
New York Times quotes by Joshua Ryan Butler
#106. Regardless, God's closet door won't seem to stay shut. Our culture is asking questions, from the latest Amazon best seller denouncing the brutality of God, to the most recent New York Times editorial lamenting the inherent violence of religion, to one of many conversations overheard at the local coffee shop on "why I could just never believe." This conversation is on our culture's lips. #Quote by Joshua Ryan Butler
New York Times quotes by Will Leitch
#107. I consider what I do on Deadspin to be based in the foundations of journalism, yes, based on the foundations of journalism that I have been trained and that I certainly use when I write for GQ and The New York Times and so on. Certainly, I think the language can be a little looser on the web, but I am held to the same standards and accuracy everyone else is. #Quote by Will Leitch
New York Times quotes by Ethan Zuckerman
#108. When you look at the 'New York Times,' you look at other elite media, what you largely get are pictures of very wealthy nations and the nations we've invaded. #Quote by Ethan Zuckerman
New York Times quotes by Mort Sahl
#109. The New York Times is the official leak of the State Department. #Quote by Mort Sahl
New York Times quotes by Peter T. King
#110. The Democrats in the Senate adopted a resolution, an amendment, saying that there should be no Guantanamo detainees brought into this country. So, more and more, we're finding the American people on one side, the ACLU and the troglodytes from the New York Times on the other, where they belong. #Quote by Peter T. King
New York Times quotes by New York Times April 19 1865
#111. Everything which made Abraham Lincoln the loved and honored man he was, it is in the power of the humblest American boy to imitate. #Quote by New York Times April 19 1865
New York Times quotes by Anna Quindlen
#112. When I quit The New York Times to be a fulltime mother, the voices of the world said I was nuts ... But if success is not on your own terms, if it looks good to the world but does not feel good in your soul, it is not success at all. #Quote by Anna Quindlen
New York Times quotes by Dick Morris
#113. Each morning we sat reading our copy of the New York Times, the Washington Post or the Los Angeles Times and ruminated on their prophecies of doom and quagmire. Then we looked up to see, on television, correspondents actually embedded with our troops, reporting quick advances, one- sided firefights, melting opposition and, finally, welcoming crowds. #Quote by Dick Morris
New York Times quotes by H.R. McMaster
#114. The war in Vietnam was not lost in the field, nor was it lost on the front pages of the New York Times or the college campuses. It was lost in Washington, D.C. #Quote by H.R. McMaster
New York Times quotes by James Purdy
#115. The New York Times Review of Books is toilet paper. Used. #Quote by James Purdy
New York Times quotes by Lorin Stein
#116. Nowadays, even The New York Times Book Review is afraid to say when a popular book is crap. #Quote by Lorin Stein
New York Times quotes by Philip Pullman
#117. When you look at what C.S. Lewis is saying, his message is so anti-life, so cruel, so unjust. The view that the Narnia books have for the material world is one of almost undisguised contempt. At one point, the old professor says, 'It's all in Plato' - meaning that the physical world we see around us is the crude, shabby, imperfect, second-rate copy of something much better. I want to emphasize the simple physical truth of things, the absolute primacy of the material life, rather than the spiritual or the afterlife.

[The New York Times interview, 2000] #Quote by Philip Pullman
New York Times quotes by Megan McCafferty
#118. I didn't make 'The New York Times' bestseller list until 'Charmed Thirds,' and then again for 'Fourth Comings.' It gave me a certain validation, and it certainly helps position me for future books, but it's not something I think about on a daily basis. #Quote by Megan McCafferty
New York Times quotes by Rita Buckley Aka Charles Maxwell
#119. From Time for College - Mr. Chiardi & Other Stories

It was time for Junior to go to college. He'd sprouted pubic hair and was eyeing all the girls.
"I want to go to college," he said.
"Yes," I replied, "It's time."
His mother, my wife, was resigned to the fact that it was time for Junior to leave the nest. She sat on a stool at the granite kitchen counter, spiked coffee beside her, reading The New York Times. She looked almost real. #Quote by Rita Buckley Aka Charles Maxwell
New York Times quotes by Edward Bennett Williams
#120. These newspaper reporters ... ever since Sullivan versus New York Times ... have got a license to lie. #Quote by Edward Bennett Williams
New York Times quotes by Philip Roth
#121. I know I'm not going to write as well as I used to. I no longer have the stamina to endure the frustration. Writing is frustration - it's daily frustration, not to mention humiliation. It's just like baseball: you fail two-thirds of the time." He went on: "I can't face any more days when I write five pages and throw them away. I can't do that anymore.
New York Times, 18 Nov. 2012 #Quote by Philip Roth
New York Times quotes by Norbert Leo Butz
#122. I was in the original cast of 'Wicked', and that got a bad review in 'The New York Times,' and it's the most successful thing that's ever been put onstage. #Quote by Norbert Leo Butz
New York Times quotes by Stephen Hawking
#123. My expectations were reduced to zero when I was 21. Everything since then has been a bonus.
[The Science of Second-Guessing (New York Times Magazine Interview, December 12, 2004)] #Quote by Stephen Hawking
New York Times quotes by Russell Grandinetti
#124. It's always the end of the world," said Russell Grandinetti, one of Amazon's top executives. "You could set your watch on it arriving." He pointed out, though, that the landscape was in some ways changing for the first time since Gutenberg invented the modern book nearly 600 years ago. "The only really necessary people in the publishing process now are the writer and reader," he said. "Everyone who stands between those two has both risk and opportunity." Amazon Signs Up Authors, Writing Publishers Out of Deal. New York Times, 10/16/2011 #Quote by Russell Grandinetti
New York Times quotes by Ted Cruz
#125. Donald Trump claims - he did interview after the debate where he said, well, gosh, you can't find Americans to do these jobs to be waiters or waitresses or bellhops.What ridiculous nonsense. "The New York Times" reported roughly 300 Americans applied for those jobs. He only hired 17. Instead, he brought in foreign workers, because they're captive workers, because you can pay them less because they can't leave. #Quote by Ted Cruz
New York Times quotes by Ann Coulter
#126. 'Moderate Republican' is simply how the blabocracy flatters Republicans who vote with the Democrats. If it weren't so conspicuous, the 'New York Times' would start referring to 'nice Republicans' and 'mean Republicans' #Quote by Ann Coulter
New York Times quotes by Anonymous
#127. Michael Lewis, the author of Moneyball, wrote in the New York Times in February 2009, The virus that infected professional baseball in the 1990s, the use of statistics to find new and better ways to value players and strategies, has found its way into every major sport. Not just basketball and football, but also soccer and cricket and rugby and, for all I know, snooker and darts - #Quote by Anonymous
New York Times quotes by George Plimpton
#128. The New York Times published the guest list on the front page. The masks were a brilliant concept. #Quote by George Plimpton
New York Times quotes by Pete Du Pont
#129. The sea change that has come is the information age. We don't have to just read The New York Times anymore. We can pull up something on the Internet and get any news that we like. #Quote by Pete Du Pont
New York Times quotes by Chris Hedges
#130. It wasn't a direct route. I began as a freelance reporter. That's an important distinction, because people who rise through the ranks of The New York Times become vetted, conditioned, harassed, and shaped by the institution. That never happened to me. #Quote by Chris Hedges
New York Times quotes by Bernard Goldberg
#131. I know real people, whose names I could tell you, people I know who have said 'I've stopped buying the New York Times.' Why? Because their editorial position has filtered, has leached into the news pages. #Quote by Bernard Goldberg
New York Times quotes by Ishmael Reed
#132. Richard Price got a million dollar advance on one fake film book based on a paragraph outline and is able to seduce gullible White reviewers who know less about ghetto life than he. The New York Times has devoted more space to Price's tourist, ghetto writing than to any Black writer in history. #Quote by Ishmael Reed
New York Times quotes by Rachel Maddow
#133. " [Donald] Trump may indeed be a little fascistic."New York Times wrote. #Quote by Rachel Maddow
New York Times quotes by Jonathan Franzen
#134. So many Jonathans. A plague of literary Jonathans. If you read only the New York Times Book Review, you'd think it was the most common male name in America. Synonymous with talent, greatness. Ambition, vitality. #Quote by Jonathan Franzen
New York Times quotes by Kurt Vonnegut
#135. And what did the great British historian Edward Gibbon have to say about the human record so far? He said, "History is indeed little more than the register of the crimes, follies and misfortunes of mankind." The same can be said about this morning's issue of The New York Times. #Quote by Kurt Vonnegut
New York Times quotes by Noam Chomsky
#136. If the media were honest, they would say, Look, here are the interests we represent and this is the framework within which we look at things. This is our set of beliefs and commitments. That's what they would say, very much as their critics say. For example, I don't try to hide my commitments, and the Washington Post and New York Times shouldn't do it either. However, they must do it, because this mask of balance and objectivity is a crucial part of the propaganda function. In fact, they actually go beyond that. They try to present themselves as adversarial to power, as subversive, digging away at powerful institutions and undermining them. The academic profession plays along with this game. #Quote by Noam Chomsky
New York Times quotes by Noam Chomsky
#137. Actually, if you looked closely, even N.A.F.T.A.'s advocates conceded that it was probably going to harm the majority of the populations of the three countries. For instance, its advocates in the United States were saying, "It's really good, it'll only harm semi-skilled workers"―footnote: 70 percent of the workforce. As a matter of fact, after N.A.F.T.A. was safely passed, the New York Times did their first analysis of its predicted effects in the New York region: it was a very upbeat article talking about how terrific it was going to be for corporate lawyers and P.R. firms and so on. And then there was a footnote there as well. It said, well, everyone can't gain, there'll also be some losers: "women, blacks, Hispanics, and semi-skilled labor"―in other words, most of the people of New York. But you can't have everything. And those were the advocates. #Quote by Noam Chomsky
New York Times quotes by Gloria Estefan
#138. [As of November 17, 2006] 'Noelle's Treasure Tale' has remained at No. 3 on the New York Times children's best seller list since its October 10 release. #Quote by Gloria Estefan
New York Times quotes by Billy Graham
#139. I go and I keep friends with [Abe] Rosenthal at the New York Times and people of that sort, you know. And all - I mean, not all the Jews, but a lot of the Jews are great friends of mine, they swarm around me and are friendly to me because they know that I'm friendly with Israel. But they don't know how I really feel about what they are doing to this country. And I have no power, no way to handle them, but I would stand up if under proper circumstances. #Quote by Billy Graham
New York Times quotes by David      Bell
#140. Taut, intelligent, and intense suspense that is deeply human." - Mark Greaney, New York Times Bestselling Author of Gunmetal Gray

"Exciting and well-layered....David Bell is a master storyteller with a sure hand at crafting characters you feel for and stories you relish." - Allen Eskens, USA Today Bestselling Author of The Life We Bury

"A tense and twisty suspense novel about the dark secrets that lie buried within a community and a father who can save his daughter only by uncovering them. Will leave parents wondering just how well they truly know their children." - Hester Young, author of The Gates of Evangeline and The Shimmering Road

"A gripping, immersive tour-de-force full of twists and turns. BRING HER HOME kept me flipping the pages late into the night. Don't expect to sleep until you've finished reading this book. I could not put it down!" - A. J. Banner, bestselling author of The Good Neighbor and The Twilight Wife

"In David Bell's riveting BRING HER HOME, the unthinkable is only the beginning. From there, the story races through stunning twists all the way to its revelation, without letting its heart fall away in the action. Intense, emotional, and deeply satisfying. This one will keep you up late into the night. Don't miss it!" - Jamie Mason, author of Three Graves Full and Monday's Lie

"Spellbinding and pulse-raising, BRING HER HOME hooked me from the first sentence and surprised me until the final pages. Sh #Quote by David Bell
New York Times quotes by Peter Clines
#141. Because it was a New York Times bestseller that everyone was reading, and I had a chance to get you an autographed copy." "Whatever." "Cross is the head of the Albuquerque Door project," Reggie said. "It's in danger of being canceled, for a couple of reasons. I need you to evaluate it and show it's safe and viable so I can get another year of funding for them." "The Albuquerque Door?" "Yes." "Well, you've piqued my curiosity. #Quote by Peter Clines
New York Times quotes by Albert Einstein
#142. Why does this magnificent applied science which saves work and makes life easier bring us so little happiness? The simple answer runs: because we have not yet learned to make sensible use of it. In war it serves that we may poison and mutilate each other. In peace it has made our lives hurried and uncertain. Instead of freeing us in great measure from spiritually exhausting labor, it has made men into slaves of machinery, who for the most part complete their monotonous long day's work with disgust and must continually tremble for their poor rations. It is not enough that you should understand about applied science in order that your work may increase man's blessings. Concern for the man himself and his fate must always form the chief interest of all technical endeavours; [..] concern for the great unsolved problems of the organization of labor and the distribution of goods in order that the creations of our mind shall be a blessing and not a curse to mankind.
Never forget this in the midst of your diagrams and equations.

- From a speech to students at the California Institute of Technology, in "Einstein Sees Lack in Applying Science", The New York Times (16 February 1931) #Quote by Albert Einstein
New York Times quotes by Aaron Sorkin
#143. I get the 'The New York Times' and 'Los Angeles Times' thrown at my door every morning. I'll read the front page of 'The New York Times,' then the op-eds, then scan the arts section and then the sports section. Then I do the same with the 'L.A. Times.' #Quote by Aaron Sorkin
New York Times quotes by Dave Barry
#144. The more boring a newspaper is, the more it is respected. The most respected newspaper in the United States is The New York Times, which has thousands of reporters constantly producing enormous front-page stories about bauxite ... The [New York] Post would write about bauxite only if famous celebrites were arrested for snorting it in an exclusive Manhattan nightclub. #Quote by Dave Barry
New York Times quotes by Mark Cuban
#145. I didnt know I was mad about anything. I guess if the New York Times says I am, I must be. #Quote by Mark Cuban
New York Times quotes by Michael Ian Black
#146. I do not go to church. I don't go to Christian church or Jew church or any other church. I don't go to church at all. Not ever. A perfect Sunday for me is spent drinking green tea while reading the Sunday New York Times. Yikes! Why don't I just turn in my Al-Qaeda membership form and call it a day? As if that wasn't bad enough, not only do I not go to church:

I don't believe in God. How can I say the Pledge of Allegiance if I don't believe in God? How can I spend our American currency which pledges "In God We Trust?" How can I swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, so help me God? Answer: I can't. It's a real problem. Don't get me wrong – I'd like to believe in God. I wish I did, especially if He was the kind of God that thought America was #1. But I don't, which to many people is the same as not believing in America. Up until recently, I thought those people were lunatics. #Quote by Michael Ian Black
New York Times quotes by New York Times The
#147. One of the presidential campaigns unveiled more of an infrastructure in place for the next contest than was previously thought to be present, with a spokesperson saying that one of the campaign's strengths is that it does not make an effort to draw attention to with every asset. #Quote by New York Times The
New York Times quotes by Fran Tarkenton
#148. The New York Times Bestseller 'The Amateur,' written by Ed Klein, former editor of the 'New York Times Magazine,' is one of the best books I've read. #Quote by Fran Tarkenton
New York Times quotes by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
#149. Nothing ever really ends. That's the horrible part of being in the short-story business - you have to be a real expert on ends. Nothing in real life ends. 'Millicent at last understands.' Nobody ever understands. #Quote by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
New York Times quotes by Marisha Pessl
#150. I pretended not to notice, but Dad looked sort of deflated there on the edge of my bed. A lost, even humbled look was wandering around his face (quite surprised to be there). Seeing him like this, so un-Dad, made me feel sorry for him - though I didn't let on. His befuddled expression reminded me of those unflattering photographs of presidents The New York Times and other newspapers adored sticking on their front page in order to show the world how the Great Leader looked between the staged waves, the scripted sound-bites, the rehearsed handshakes - not staunch and stately, not even steady, but frail and foolish. And though these candid photographs were amusing, when you actually thought about it, the underlying implication of such a photograph was scary, for they hinted how delicate the balance of our lives, how tenuous our calm little existences, if this was the man in charge. #Quote by Marisha Pessl
New York Times quotes by David Brooks
#151. Many veterans feel guilty because they lived while others died. Some feel ashamed because they didn't bring all their men home and wonder what they could have done differently to save them. When they get home they wonder if there's something wrong with them because they find war repugnant but also thrilling. They hate it and miss it.Many of their self-judgments go to extremes. A comrade died because he stepped on an improvised explosive device and his commander feels unrelenting guilt because he didn't go down a different street. Insurgents used women and children as shields, and soldiers and Marines feel a totalistic black stain on themselves because of an innocent child's face, killed in the firefight. The self-condemnation can be crippling.
The Moral Injury, New York Times. Feb 17, 2015 #Quote by David Brooks
New York Times quotes by Charlie Cochet
#152. Keeler, you have so many issues, you can put the fucking New York Times out of business. #Quote by Charlie Cochet
New York Times quotes by Jon Stewart
#153. While opponents label (Howard) Dean a throwback liberal, The New York Times recently noted that as governor, Dean cut income taxes, reformed welfare and balanced Vermont's budget - all traditionally conservative policies. Dean also received an 'A' rating from the National Rifle Association, which I think you can't get unless you've killed a guy. #Quote by Jon Stewart
New York Times quotes by Chris Hayes
#154. The New York Times and Politico report , as Bush continues to flounder on the campaign trail, backers are placing some of the blame on Right To Rise and its inability to sell their candidate. #Quote by Chris Hayes
New York Times quotes by Howard Zinn
#155. A Yale professor of military history, Micheal Howard, writing in the New York Times )January 28, 1991) quoted the military strategist Clausewitz approvingly: "The fact that a bloody slaughter is a horrifying act must make us take war more seriously, but not provide an excuse for gradually blunting our swords in the name of humanity. #Quote by Howard Zinn
New York Times quotes by Jean Bricmont
#156. Fallujah was a Guernica with no Picasso. A city of 300,000 was deprived of water, electricity, and food, emptied of most of its inhabitants who ended up parked in camps. Then came the methodical bombing and recapture of the city block by block. When soldiers occupied the hospital, The New York Times managed to justify this act on grounds that the hospital served as an enemy propaganda center by exaggerating the number of casualties. And by the way, just how many casualties were there? Nobody knows, there is no body count for Iraqis. When estimates are published, even by reputable scientific reviews, they are denounced as exaggerated. Finally, the inhabitants were allowed to return to their devastated city, by way of military checkpoints, and start to sift through the rubble, under the watchful eye of soldiers and biometric controls. #Quote by Jean Bricmont
New York Times quotes by Ellen Datlow
#157. It's my latest," Goldy concluded, "my best, and the one which the New York Times recently described as 'thrilling, sad, heartbreaking' and 'packs a huge wallop.' Entitled The Goldilocks Syndrome, it's currently available in the lobby at a today-only discount of $21.95. And if you act now, I'll sign and date this sucker at no extra charge. #Quote by Ellen Datlow
New York Times quotes by Howard Zinn
#158. When President Jimmy Carter, responding to the Soviet Union's invasion of Afghanistan, called for the registration of young men for military draft, more than 800,000 (10 percent) failed to register. One mother wrote to the New York Times:
To the Editor:Thirty-six years ago I stood in front of the crematorium. The ugliest force in the world had promised itself that I should be removed from the cycle of life - that I should never know the pleasure of giving life. With great guns and great hatred, this force thought itself the equal of the force of life.
I survived the great guns, and with every smile of my son, they grow smaller. It is not for me, sir, to offer my son's blood as lubricant for the next generation of guns. I remove myself and my own from the cycle of death.
Isabella Leitner #Quote by Howard Zinn
New York Times quotes by New York Times Staff
#159. They have successfully navigated the time-space continuum with work that today is still relevant and cutting edge," he said. "You look at the work and think, 'This is how people lived in the past, are living now and will live in the future.' Then you wonder how future people will make sense of the image. #Quote by New York Times Staff
New York Times quotes by Roger Federer
#160. The week before the (US Open) I gave a few interviews for CNN, USA Network, New York Times, USA Today and Sports Illustrated which had been arranged beforehand. The reason for giving these interviews is not only because working with the media is just part of the job, it is much more my desire to contribute to the promotion of tennis in the U.S. #Quote by Roger Federer
New York Times quotes by Nate Silver
#161. I actually buy the paper version of The New York Times maybe once or twice a week. #Quote by Nate Silver
New York Times quotes by Paul Beatty
#162. I'm convinced that Nabokov wrote his novels around words like agglutinate, siliceous, gardyloo, ophidian, triskelions. That he took an ESL course at a local night school and the teacher wrote those words on the blackboard and said, "Today's assignment is to take these words and use them in a first novel the New York Times will call 'Riveting, truly a classic for the ages. #Quote by Paul Beatty
New York Times quotes by Gore Vidal
#163. The New York Times is the worst in that hardly anybody can write English over there. Most of it reads like slight translations from the German. #Quote by Gore Vidal
New York Times quotes by John Connolly
#164. I read somewhere that the New Orleans citizenry bought fewer copies of the New York Times than any other city in the United States, although they made up for it by buying more formal wear than anywhere else. If you're going out to formal dinners every evening, you don't get much time to read the New York Times. #Quote by John Connolly
New York Times quotes by Barbara Ehrenreich
#165. As Louis Uchitelle has reported in the New York Times, many employers will offer almost anything - free meals, subsidized transportation, store discounts - rather than raise wages. The reason for this, in the words of one employer, is that such extras "can be shed more easily" than wage increases when changes in the market seem to make them unnecessary.7 In the same spirit, automobile manufacturers would rather offer their customers cash rebates than reduced prices; the advantage of the rebate is that it seems like a gift and can be withdrawn without explanation. #Quote by Barbara Ehrenreich
New York Times quotes by Alex Kendrick
#166. Well, at the end of our movie Fireproof, we released a book that my brother Stephen and I wrote called The Love Dare. It was for couples. That book had a much larger impact than we expected. As a matter of fact, if I could use the term "overwhelmed," we were. The book went on to become a New York Times bestseller and sold over five-million copies and is now in 28 different countries and languages. So, we were blessed and just surprised at how well that did. #Quote by Alex Kendrick
New York Times quotes by Richard Francis Burton
#167. The actor Richard Burton once wrote an article for the New York Times about his experience playing the role of Winston Churchill in a television drama:
"In the course of preparing myself ... I realized afresh that I hate Churchill and all of his kind. I hate them virulently. They have stalked down the corridors of endless power all through history ... What man of sanity would say on hearing of the atrocities committed by the Japanese against British and Anzac prisoners of war, 'We shall wipe them out, everyone of them, men, women, and children. There shall not be a Japanese left on the face of the earth? Such simple
minded cravings for revenge leave me with a horrified but reluctant awe for such single
minded and merciless ferocity."
#Quote by Richard Francis Burton
New York Times quotes by A.J. Finn
#168. That rarest of beasts: the perfect thriller. This extraordinary novel [The Silent Patient] set my blood fizzing - I quite literally couldn't put it down. I told myself I'd just dip in; eleven hours later - it's now 5:47 a.m. - I've finished it, absolutely dazzled."
- A. J. Finn, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Woman in the Window #Quote by A.J. Finn
New York Times quotes by Manfred Gerstenfeld
#169. Eastern churches simply often try to please Muslims. Why doesn't the New York Times report this? #Quote by Manfred Gerstenfeld
New York Times quotes by David Lipsky
#170. I wanted to earn a living wage and to see something nice about me in the 'New York Times.' I wanted my mother to be proud. I wanted all the things you want and also feel silly for wanting. I wanted readers to say they'd enjoyed something of mine - to see my photo in magazines where I'd seen photos of other writers. #Quote by David Lipsky
New York Times quotes by Fareed Zakaria
#171. Civically engaged, business oriented, technology obsessed, and socially skilled, Franklin was "our founding Yuppie," declares the New York Times columnist David Brooks. Franklin "would have felt right at home in the information revolution," Walter Isaacson writes in his biography of the statesman. "We can easily imagine having a beer with him after work, showing him how to use the latest digital device, sharing the business plan of a new venture, and discussing the most recent political scandals or policy ideas." The essence of Franklin's appeal is that he was brilliant but practical, interested in everything, but especially in how things work. #Quote by Fareed Zakaria
New York Times quotes by Donna Leon
#172. My father read 'The New York Times,' my mother did secretarial work, we had a dog, we had a garden, I had a brother. #Quote by Donna Leon
New York Times quotes by Joe Scarborough
#173. I got to do something I never do, which is go to Starbucks and read 'The New York Times' until 7 a.m. I took my daughter to school on the East Side, which was a lot of fun. And I admit I played Call of Duty, one of those war video games. #Quote by Joe Scarborough
New York Times quotes by Cary Fukunaga
#174. Literally, I don't have a television. So I don't really know what's happening pop-culturally. I read the 'New York Times.' And there's one worldwide cabin blog that I look at. #Quote by Cary Fukunaga
New York Times quotes by Michael Wolf
#175. What could I have possibly learned except the really most important thing, which is that I did not want to work at the 'New York Times'? Beyond that, I learned how a newspaper works. #Quote by Michael Wolf
New York Times quotes by Thomas Pynchon
#176. Meantime the Newspaper of Record goes around in a little pleated skirt shaking pompoms, leaping in the air with an idiot grin if so much as a cement mixer passes by. #Quote by Thomas Pynchon
New York Times quotes by Bill Bryson
#177. I read once that it takes 75,000 trees to produce one issue of the Sunday New York Times - and it's well worth every trembling leaf. So what if our grandchildren have no oxygen to breathe? Fuck 'em. #Quote by Bill Bryson
New York Times quotes by New York Times The
#178. You cannot kill satire. #Quote by New York Times The
New York Times quotes by Chris Hedges
#179. The New York Times is an institution that attracts careerists, who are drawn to power and access. This gave me a kind of a free hand. The kind of work that I wanted to do, most of the other reporters didn't want to do. I was not doing lunch. I was not sucking up to officials. I was writing from the street. #Quote by Chris Hedges
New York Times quotes by Robert L. Beir
#180. the New York Times called the Nazis' plans for massacre of the Jews "wild rumors. #Quote by Robert L. Beir
New York Times quotes by Jaron Lanier
#181. The upheavals [of artificial intelligence] can escalate quickly and become scarier and even cataclysmic," the New York Times tech columnist once wrote. "Imagine how a medical robot, originally programmed to rid cancer, could conclude that the best way to obliterate cancer is to exterminate humans who are genetically prone to the disease. #Quote by Jaron Lanier
New York Times quotes by Colleen Hoover
#182. Enjoy Colleen Hoover's first two New York Times bestselling books, Slammed and Point of Retreat, and become #Quote by Colleen Hoover
New York Times quotes by Keith Haring
#183. March 28, 1987:
Today I read in the New York Times that all of the officers who killed Michael Stewart were again dismissed of charges.
Continually dismissed, but in their minds they will never forget. They know they killed him. They will never forget his screams, his face, his blood. The must live with that forever.
I hope in their next life they are tortured like they tortured him. They should be birds captured early in life, put in cages, purchased by a fat, smelly, ugly lady who keeps them in a small dirty cage up near the ceiling while all day she cooks bloody sausages and the blood spatters their cage and the frying fat burns their matted feathers and they can nerf escape the horrible fumes of her burnt meat. One day the cage will fall to the ground and a big fat ugly cat will kick them about, play with them like a toy, and slowly kill them and leave their remains to be accidentally stepped on by the big fat pig lady who can't see her own feet because of her huge sagging tits.
An eye for an eye …
I'm not afraid of anything I'd ever done.
Not ashamed of anything. #Quote by Keith Haring
New York Times quotes by Julie Buxbaum
#184. A year later we were in a coffee shop, the kind taking a last stand against Starbucks with its thrift-store chairs, vegan cookies, and over-promising teas with names like Serenity and Inner Peace. I was curled up with a stack of causes, trying to get in a few extra hours of work over the weekend, and Andrew sat with one hand gripping his mug, his nose in The New York Times; the two of us a parody of the yuppie couple of the new millennium. We sat silently that way, though there wasn't silence at all. On top of the typical coffee-shop sounds - the whir of an expresso machine, the click of the cash register, the bell above the door - Andrew was making his noises, an occasional snort at something he read in the paper, the jangle of his keys in his pocket, a sniffle since he was getting over a cold, a clearing of his throat. And as we sat there, all I could do was listen to those Andrew-specific noises, the rhythm of his breath, the in-out in-out, its low whistle. Snort. Jangle. Sniffle. Clear.

Hypnotized. I wanted to buy his soundtrack.

This must be what love is, I thought. Not wanting his noises to ever stop. #Quote by Julie Buxbaum
New York Times quotes by Kevin Bacon
#185. As I was coming up on the stage, there was one source that could make or break you, the New York Times. Inevitably there would be one actor singled out for a better review, or worse, than somebody else. The effect of that was cancerous, divisive. #Quote by Kevin Bacon
New York Times quotes by Andre Leon Talley
#186. At an early age I discovered the beauty in pictures in 'Vogue' magazine and Ebony magazine, and I would read 'The New York Times.' I had to make my own world within my world because I was an only child. #Quote by Andre Leon Talley
New York Times quotes by Rick Perlstein
#187. Besides, he knew something that Chuck Percy, ABC News, the New Yorker, the New York Times, and even the President of the United States did not know: a new conservative-movement political machine was humming just beneath the Establishment's radar in North Carolina, ready to rewire what people thought they knew about how American politics worked. THE #Quote by Rick Perlstein
New York Times quotes by Amy Stewart
#188. Epigraph
"I got a revolver to protect us." said Miss Constance,
"and I soon had use for it."
--New York Times, June 3 1915 #Quote by Amy Stewart
New York Times quotes by Caroline Knapp
#189. My recipe for bliss on a Friday night consists of a 'New York Times' crossword puzzle and a new episode of 'Homicide;' Saturdays and Sundays are oriented around walks in the woods with the dog, human companion in tow some of the time but not always. #Quote by Caroline Knapp
New York Times quotes by Rhonda Ringler Cutler
#190. There could be no better time to read THE END OF BLISS, Rhonda Cutler's beautifully researched and heartfelt novel about another of our great country's bust-and-boom cycles. The story of how the Merkals redefine themselves and their marriage through the Great Depression and after shines a personal light on a continuing American story--and provides, in our own time of flux, universal understanding and solace."
JENNA BLUM, New York Times bestselling author of Those Who Save Us and The Stormchasers #Quote by Rhonda Ringler Cutler
New York Times quotes by Lisa Gardner
#191. When I got my very first phone call that I'd hit the 'New York Times' list, I had a small rush of 'I've made it!' But the next morning, it occurred to me I didn't know what it was, so I called my agent and asked what being a 'New York Times' bestselling author really meant. He informed me that I was now a thousand pound gorilla. #Quote by Lisa Gardner
New York Times quotes by Matthew Lesko
#192. I've been bragging for over 25 years that my first New York Times bestseller was a book I copied from the U.S. Government Printing Office! #Quote by Matthew Lesko
New York Times quotes by Ted Koppel
#193. There is no more respected or influential forum in the field of journalism than the New York Times. I look forward, with great anticipation, to contributing to its op-ed page. #Quote by Ted Koppel
New York Times quotes by J.J. Abrams
#194. We're living at a time where if you do a Google search for a 'show, review and network,' you'll get 'The New York Times' and Pete Billingsley from a town you've never heard of on the same results page. It's kind of democratizing the process so that everyone has access to a distribution system to express themselves. #Quote by J.J. Abrams
New York Times quotes by Ruth Bader Ginsberg
#195. Fight for the things you care about. But do it in a way that will lead others to join you. - Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Supreme Court Justice, New York Times #Quote by Ruth Bader Ginsberg
New York Times quotes by Robert Bork
#196. If conservatives come to control the White House and both Houses of Congress, there will be very little change in Hollywood, the network evening news, universities, church bureaucracies, the New York Times, or the Washington Post. Institutions that are overwhelmingly left-liberal will continue to misinform the public and distort public discourse. #Quote by Robert Bork
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#197. Colleges are becoming more conscious of their roles - too frequently neglected - in social mobility. They're recognizing how many admissions measures favor students from affluent families.

They're realizing that many kids admitted into top schools are emotional wrecks or slavish adherents to soulless scripts that forbid the exploration of genuine passions. #Quote by New York Times
New York Times quotes by Katherine Bone
#198. With exotic settings, sensual conflict, and an intriguing hint of Italian history, Katherine Bone's contemporary debut captivated me!"

Roxanne St. Claire, New York Times bestselling author #Quote by Katherine Bone
New York Times quotes by Hunter S. Thompson
#199. I had just come back from an incident with the police and a snowmobile when Pat Cadell called from New York, saying that he was with a bunch of New York Times reporters in a bar and they were curious to know what I thought about what Clinton had to say about marijuana - that he had tried it in college but "didn't inhale." I was embarrassed. What do you mean, "didn't inhale?" What the hell do you think we smoke it for?
I said "Only a fool would say a thing like that. It's just a disgrace to an entire generation. #Quote by Hunter S. Thompson
New York Times quotes by Ari Fleischer
#200. 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 Times quotes by Edith Wharton
#201. Conservatives cherished it for being small and inconvenient, and thus keeping out the "new people" whom New York was beginning to dread and yet be drawn to #Quote by Edith Wharton
New York Times quotes by Christina Baker Kline
#202. I count a hundred steps and start again. My da used to say it's good to test your limits now and then, learn what the body is capable of, what you can endure. He said this when we were in the throes of sickness on the Agnes Pauline, and again in the bitter first winter in New York, when four of us, including Mam, came down with pneumonia. Test your limits. Learn what you can endure. I am doing that. #Quote by Christina Baker Kline
New York Times quotes by Shirley Maclaine
#203. New York is the perfect town for getting over a disappointment, a loss, or a broken heart. #Quote by Shirley Maclaine
New York Times quotes by Samm Levine
#204. I did stand-up for a good number of years while I was still living in New York, and those people primarily knew me as 'the kid stand-up.' #Quote by Samm Levine
New York Times quotes by William McChesney Martin
#205. What's good for the United States is good for the New York Stock Exchange. But what's good for the New York Stock Exchange might not be good for the United States. #Quote by William McChesney Martin
New York Times quotes by Michael Chertoff
#206. The larger point is this: We've invested over half a billion dollars in New York since this department was stood up. We've given New York more money, by more than double, than any other city in the country. #Quote by Michael Chertoff
New York Times quotes by Prabal Gurung
#207. I decided if it was going to be a mistake to come to New York and try and make a career in fashion, then it was going to be my mistake ... But the American dream is real. I'm living it. #Quote by Prabal Gurung
New York Times quotes by Jim Coleman
#208. I grew up outside of DC, New York state, and Connecticut. #Quote by Jim Coleman
New York Times quotes by Tom Seaver
#209. God is living in New York, and he's a Mets fan. #Quote by Tom Seaver
New York Times quotes by Wes Craven
#210. In the '60s, I was teaching humanities at a college in upstate New York and trying to publish a novel I'd written in graduate school. But nothing was happening. So I moved to New York City and got a job as a messenger at a place that made movies. #Quote by Wes Craven
New York Times quotes by Madonna Ciccone
#211. When I came to New York it was the first time I'd ever taken a plane, the first time I'd ever gotten a taxi-cab, the first time for everything. And I came here with 35 dollars in my pocket. It was the bravest thing I'd ever done. #Quote by Madonna Ciccone
New York Times quotes by Louis Leterrier
#212. Even though I studied in New York and I know the American system, I come from France where I learned that with movies in France where the director is king. There's no such thing as a studio edit. It's the director's cut, period. #Quote by Louis Leterrier
New York Times quotes by Kate Spade
#213. I did not go to fashion school. I arrived in New York in 1986 from Kansas City and was working as accessories editor for Mademoiselle Magazine. While working at Mademoiselle I noticed that the market lacked stylish and sensible handbags, so I decided to create my own. #Quote by Kate Spade
New York Times quotes by John Garfield
#214. I wanted the attention I missed at home, so I became the leader of a gang. That way, I got attention and was recognized as being important. It wasn't a bad gang - you know, in poor districts in New York, there's a gang to every block. We never robbed at the point of a gun; we'd steal potatoes from a grocery store, or crackers. #Quote by John Garfield
New York Times quotes by Umberto Eco
#215. Conspiracies do exist. Probably in this moment in New York there is an economic group making a conspiracy in order to buy three banks. But if they succeed, they are immediately discovered. #Quote by Umberto Eco
New York Times quotes by Kat Edmonson
#216. New York musicians rarely have the time for idle chat and conversation after a gig. Despite popular assumption of our scintillating after-hours, that illusion is overtaken by the constant hustle to juggle a part-time or full-time job, a myriad of errands, a second or third gig of the day, and perhaps a child or two somewhere. #Quote by Kat Edmonson
New York Times quotes by Sister Souljah
#217. What would be a bigger spectacle, a female with one shoe on or a well-dressed female with no shoes? This is New York so I said fuck it. #Quote by Sister Souljah
New York Times quotes by F Scott Fitzgerald
#218. Wilson? He thinks she goes to see her sister in New York. He's so dumb he doesn't know he's alive. #Quote by F Scott Fitzgerald
New York Times quotes by Dan Jenkins
#219. I used to never miss the 'New Yorker' or 'New York.' Now I never bother. #Quote by Dan Jenkins
New York Times quotes by Mark Boal
#220. For weeks after 9/11 you could smell the dust and pulverised concrete in New York, and the National Guard came in, so there was a military presence on the streets. It was intense. Overwhelming. Heartbreaking. #Quote by Mark Boal
New York Times quotes by Len Wein
#221. I'm a neurotic New York Jew by birth. Creating characters is second nature to me. #Quote by Len Wein
New York Times quotes by Diana Gabaldon
#222. Oh, yes," I said. "My favorite was one I picked up from a Yank. Man named Williamson, from New York, I believe. He said it every time I changed his dressing." "What was it?" " 'Jesus H. Roosevelt Christ,' " I said, and dropped the sugar #Quote by Diana Gabaldon
New York Times quotes by Dave Sitek
#223. I moved to L.A. after my landlord in Brooklyn tripled my rent. I spent months looking for other places to move to in New York, then one day I was in California eating a grapefruit, and I was like, 'This is what they taste like?' So I decided to move to L.A. and build a studio in my house. #Quote by Dave Sitek
New York Times quotes by Lynsey Addario
#224. I grew up in Connecticut, going in and out of New York City, and I worked in the city in the '90s. I was freelancing for the Associated Press, and I fell in love with New York. #Quote by Lynsey Addario
New York Times quotes by Michelle Stuart
#225. I did live in Paris for three years and I prefer New York. #Quote by Michelle Stuart
New York Times quotes by Muhammad Ali
#226. A long time ago, I took a walk down a street in Harlem in New York City. I came upon a man who asked me for a dollar. He had asked a few other people before me, but they only passed him by without glancing his way. I stopped and handed the man some money. As I began to turn away, he reached out and shook my hand. He looked me in the eyes and said, "I will bless you." Now, I'm not saying that was God Himself. But how do we know that it wasn't someone working for him, walking around in disguise, just to see what we would do? #Quote by Muhammad Ali
New York Times quotes by Rudy Giuliani
#227. Being mayor of New York was a crisis a week and an emergency every other day. #Quote by Rudy Giuliani
New York Times quotes by Alan Rickman
#228. On the screen were some flashback shots of Daniel, Emma and Rupert from ten years ago. They were 12. I have also recently returned from New York, and while I was there, I saw Daniel singing and dancing (brilliantly) on Broadway. A lifetime seems to have passed in minutes. #Quote by Alan Rickman
New York Times quotes by Gina Greenlee
#229. Increase the number of adventures you act on and you'll lighten the weight of regret. #Quote by Gina Greenlee
New York Times quotes by Harry Redknapp
#230. Thierry Henry is a fantastic professional and will be massive here in New York, i'm sure, he is world class #Quote by Harry Redknapp
New York Times quotes by Isaiah Washington
#231. I didn't know what gay was until I lived in New York for 10 years. You know, I was just underexposed in that regard. #Quote by Isaiah Washington
New York Times quotes by Elizabeth Bard
#232. If "Sex and the City" taught us anything, it's that Paris is the only city in the world that New Yorkers actually fantasize about. #Quote by Elizabeth Bard
New York Times quotes by Nikki Blonsky
#233. I remember seeing 'Hairspray' when I was 15, and it is such a luxury to be able to see a Broadway show, and it is so hard to do if you don't live in New York - plus, it can be expensive to go to the theatre all the time, too. #Quote by Nikki Blonsky
New York Times quotes by Hannah Lillith Assadi
#234. When I returned to New York, it had already changed. I always wished things could just remain. #Quote by Hannah Lillith Assadi
New York Times quotes by Anthony Fauci
#235. Knowledge goes hand-in-hand with truth - something I learned with a bit of tough love from my Jesuit education first at Regis High School in New York City and then at Holy Cross College in Worcester, Mass. #Quote by Anthony Fauci
New York Times quotes by Thornton Wilder
#236. Y'know - Babylon once had two million people in it, and all we know about 'em is the names of the kings and some copies of wheat contracts . . . and contracts for the sale of slaves. Yet every night all those families sat down to supper, and the father came home from his work, and the smoke went up the chimney, - same as here. And even in Greece and Rome, all we know about the real life of the people is what we can piece together out of the joking poems and the comedies they wrote for the theatre back then.
So I'm going to have a copy of this play put in the cornerstone and the people a thousand years from now'll know a few simple facts about us - more than the Treaty of Versailles and the Lind-bergh flight.
See what I mean?
So - people a thousand years from now - this is the way we were in the provinces north of New York at the beginning of the twentieth century. - This is the way we were: in our growing up and in our marrying and in our living and in our dying.

Said by the Stage Manager #Quote by Thornton Wilder
New York Times quotes by Brian K. Vaughan
#237. Nothing like that is going to happen, Candy. After 9/11 and the gas attacks, our people have learned how important it is to take care of each other. It's a new New York. #Quote by Brian K. Vaughan
New York Times quotes by Seth Numrich
#238. I've actually seen a good amount of the shows at Lincoln Center Theater. I went to school right across the street at Juilliard, so some of the first stuff I got to see here in New York was at the Lincoln Center Theater. I've always been inspired by the work that they do. #Quote by Seth Numrich
New York Times quotes by Edith Wharton
#239. It was in the library that he and May had always discussed the future of the children: the studies of Dallas and his young brother Bill, Mary's incurable indifference to "accomplishments," and passion for sport and philanthropy, and the vague leanings toward "art" which had finally landed the restless and curious Dallas in the office of a rising New York architect.
The young men nowadays were emancipating themselves from the law and business and taking up all sorts of new things. If they were not absorbed in state politics or municipal reform, the chances were that they were going in for Central American archaeology, for architecture or landscape-engineering; taking a keen and learned interest in the prerevolutionary buildings of their own country, studying and adapting Georgian types, and protesting at the meaningless use of the word "Colonial." Nobody nowadays had "Colonial" houses except the millionaire grocers of the suburbs. #Quote by Edith Wharton
New York Times quotes by Daughn Gibson
#240. I grew up in Nazareth, Penn., which was an hour and a half from New York, and an hour and a half from Philly. So bands that were touring came through one way or another. We got to see stuff people in other small towns didn't, like Wesley Willis. I couldn't have asked for a better place to grow up and be into music. #Quote by Daughn Gibson
New York Times quotes by Zach Condon
#241. I'm writing songs about New York. A lot of them carry the names of neighborhoods in Long Island. Maspeth, Montauk. I'm getting into the idea of a F. Scott Fitzgerald-esque Long Island back when New York was ... New York. #Quote by Zach Condon

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