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Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Chris Pratt
#1. Who knew Rob Lowe was funny? On 'Parks and Rec,' we've got some of the funniest comedy writers, some of the funniest comedians in the world working there. And if anything, we don't just effuse to one another and be like, 'Oh, Rob Lowe's really funny,' if he wasn't. #Quote by Chris Pratt
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Chris Pratt
#2. You know, I just tend to grow my beard out for 'Parks and Rec.' As an actor it's always easier to shave or cut your hair for a role, but it's hard to put fake hair on or grow hair for a role. When you look at pictures of me, the longer my hair is, the longer my facial hair is, that's just the longer I haven't gotten a job. #Quote by Chris Pratt
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Chris Pratt
#3. Most of the writers in TV are from L.A. or New York, and those are places where people are cynical and snarky. And they fly from L.A. to New York in an airplane over this vast, expansive land where people aren't snarky; they're a lot more like the 'Parks and Rec' characters. #Quote by Chris Pratt
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Chris Pratt
#4. Leslie, I typed your symptoms into the thing up here and it says you could have network connectivity problems. #Quote by Chris Pratt
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Nick Offerman
#5. I really bridled when Parks And Rec became popular and woodworking publications wanted me to do stuff with them. #Quote by Nick Offerman
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Anders Holm
#6. I watch so much TV, it's sad. I watch 'Happy Endings', '30 Rock', 'Parks and Rec', 'The Office', 'Eagleheart', 'Children's Hospital'. 'Modern Family' I guess I'm still kinda watching. #Quote by Anders Holm
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Natasha Leggero
#7. If you look at NBC, two of their most successful shows - '30 Rock' and 'Parks And Rec' - are written by women, produced by women, and I think that's the future. Women are the new men. #Quote by Natasha Leggero
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Aziz Ansari
#8. When I bet on horses, I never lose. Why? I bet on all the horses. #Quote by Aziz Ansari
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Aziz Ansari
#9. I have never taken the high road, but I tell other people to 'cause then there's more room for me on the low road. #Quote by Aziz Ansari
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Adam Scott
#10. Like, on the 'Parks And Rec' set, I still feel like I'm a guest star. Being a fan of the show, it's really surreal to be on the set and see that it's not real, and getting to know the actors and they're not their characters. #Quote by Adam Scott
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Andy Kindler
#11. Entertainment Weekly said that Parks and Rec is the smartest comedy on tv. Call me when it's the funniest. #Quote by Andy Kindler
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Lee Ann Womack
#12. I think you can have moderate success by copying something else, but if you really want to knock it out of the park, you have to do something different and take chances. #Quote by Lee Ann Womack
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Frederick Law Olmsted
#13. The enjoyment of the choicest natural scenes in the country and the means of recreation connected with them is thus a monopoly, in a very peculiar manner, of a very few very rich people. The great mass of society, including those to whom it would be of the greatest benefit, is excluded from it. In the nature of the case private parks can never be used by the mass of the people in any country nor by any considerable number even of the rich, except by the favor of a few, and in dependence on them. #Quote by Frederick Law Olmsted
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Khushwant Singh
#14. The government should, as a matter of policy, forbid the building of any more places of worship. We have more than enough of them. The government should never permit the use of public parks or open spaces for religious gathering, and if a place of worship becomes a bone of contention or happens to be misused by undesirable elements, it should simply take it over. #Quote by Khushwant Singh
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Mary E. Reed
#15. Do we allow unlimited visitation, or do we restrict numbers to protect a delicate ecosystem? Do we heavily advertise the park, enticing paying visitors, generating needed money for Idaho's park department, or do we sacrifice financial benefits to better preserve natural ones? Do we log diseased trees, interfering with nature, or do we allow trees to rot and fall, possibly endangering lives? Do we inexpensively repair historic structures, or do we meticulously restore them? Do we maintain this park as closely as possible to the condition in which Idaho received it, or do we develop it for multiple uses; allow overnight visitors; permit all-terrain vehicles; provide paths for those unable to navigate unpaved trails? #Quote by Mary E. Reed
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Meg Cabot
#16. I kind of was beginning to feel like I was being underutilized [as Teen Ambassador to the UN]. I mean, there were a lot more important issues out there for teens that I could have been bringing international attention to than what kids see out their windows. I mean, instead of sitting in the White House press office for three hours after school every Wednesday, or attending International Festival of the Child concerts, I could have been out there alerting the public to the fact that in some countries, it is still perfectly legal for men to take teen brides -- even multiple teen brides! What was that all about?

And what about places like Sierra Leone, where teens and even younger kids routinely get their limbs chopped off as "warnings" against messing with the warring gangs that run groups of diamond traffickers? And hello, what about all those kids in countries with unexploded land mines buried in the fields where they'd like to play soccer, but can't because it's too dangerous?

And how about a problem a little closer to home? How about all the teenagers right here in America who are taking guns to school and blowing people away? Where are they getting these guns, and how come they think shooting people is a viable solution to their problems? And why isn't anybody doing anything to alleviate some of the pressures that might lead someone to think bringing a gun to school is a good thing? How come nobody is teaching people like Kris Parks to be more tolera #Quote by Meg Cabot
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Tina Yothers
#17. They did that little thing on South Park, and they mentioned my name and had a character of me judging a Halloween contest. It was really funny. That made me the coolest aunt on earth. #Quote by Tina Yothers
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Don Sherwood
#18. We have a certain group of people in this country that seem to want to lock up our national treasures, our national parks, and cherished places and keep the public from enjoying them. #Quote by Don Sherwood
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Lenore Skenazy
#19. The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued reams of playground regulations and actually gone so far as to recommend against "tripping hazards, like tree stumps and rocks." Maybe we should just bulldoze the local parks and put in a couple of blobs ... made of plastic. #Quote by Lenore Skenazy
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Tim Parks
#20. When despair brings home the bacon and self-esteem with it, it's hard to let it go. 'When you are suffering enough,' I suggested, 'I mean so much that it's simply impossible to go on, then something will give and the stories will change, like it or not. #Quote by Tim Parks
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Tim Parks
#21. Life presents itself first and foremost as a task. We take no pleasure in it except when we are striving after something. #Quote by Tim Parks
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Mike Vallely
#22. Kids at skate parks will step up and challenge me to a game of Skate, but I'm over that, I really don't care. I'm all about participating, and I'm all about being a part of this scene, but there's certain vibes I just don't get along with. #Quote by Mike Vallely
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Rodney King
#23. People look at me like I should have been like Malcolm X or Martin Luther King or Rosa Parks. I should have seen life like that and stay out of trouble, and don't do this and don't do that. But it's hard to live up to some people's expectations. #Quote by Rodney King
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by John Beer
#24. It was when they determined that I had been born dead
That my life became easier to understand. For a long time,
I wondered why rooms felt colder when I entered them,
Why nothing I said seemed to stick in anyone's ear,
Frankly, why I never had any money. I wondered
Why the cities I walked through drifted into cloud
Even as I admired their architecture, as I pointed out
The cornerstones marked "1820," "1950." The only songs
I ever loved were filled with scratch, dispatches from
A time when dead ones like me were a dime a dozen.
I spent my life in hotels: some looked like mansions,
Some more like trailer parks, or pathways toward
A future I tried to point to, but how could I point,
With nothing but a hand no hand ever matched,
With fingers that melted into words that no one read.

I rehearsed names that others taught me: Caravaggio,
Robert Brandom, Judith, Amber, Emmanuelle Cat.
I got hungry the way only the dead get hungry,
The hunger that launches a thousand dirty wars,
But I never took part in the wars, because no one lets
A dead man into their covert discussions.
So I drifted from loft to cellar, ageless like a ghost,
And America became my compass, and Europe became
The way that dead folks talk, in short, who cares,
There's nothing to say because nobody listens,
There's no radio for the dead and the pillows seem
Like sand. Let me explain #Quote by John Beer
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Anne Waldman
#25. I think anything that gets people outside [is good] - I'm a big supporter of public parks and public spaces. #Quote by Anne Waldman
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by M.R. Carey
#26. Parks waits a long while, until he's absolutely certain that Justineau's monologue is finished. The truth is, for most of the time he's been trying to figure out what it is exactly that she's trying to tell him. Maybe he was right the first time about where they were heading, and Justineau airing her ancient laundry is just a sort of palate-cleanser before they have sex. Probably not, but you never know. In any case, the countermove to a confession is an absolution, unless you think the sin is unforgivable. Parks doesn't.

"It was an accident," he tells her, pointing out the obvious. "And probably you would have ended up doing the right thing. You don't strike me as the sort of person who just lets shit slide." He means that, as far as it goes. One of the things he likes about Justineau is her seriousness. He frigging flat-out hates frivolous, thoughtless people who dance across the surface of the world without looking down.

"Yeah, but you don't get it," Justineau says. "Why do you think I'm telling you all this?"

"I don't know," Parks admits. "Why are you telling me?"

Justineau steps away from the parapet wall and squares off against him – range, zero metres. It could be erotic, but somehow it's not.

"I killed that boy, Parks. If you turn my life into an equation, the number that comes out is minus one. That's my lifetime score, you understand me? And you … you and Caldwell, and Private Ginger f**king Rogers … my God, whe #Quote by M.R. Carey
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Charles Maurice De Talleyrand-Perigord
#27. He who has not lived in the eighteenth century before the Revolution does not know the sweetness of life and can not imagine that there can be happiness in life. This is the century that has shaped all the conquering arms against this elusive adversary called boredom. Love, Poetry, Music, Theatre, Painting, Architecture, Court, Salons, Parks and Gardens, Gastronomy, Letters, Arts, Science, all contributed to the satisfaction of physical appetites, intellectual and even moral refinement of all pleasures, all the elegance and all the pleasures. The existence was so well filled that if the seventeenth century was the Great Age of glories, the eighteenth was that of indigestion. #Quote by Charles Maurice De Talleyrand-Perigord
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Jarod Kintz
#28. William Penn would be a great pen name. But for love letters to manicured lawns, trees, and benches, the best name would be Nicholas Parks. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Conan O'Brien
#29. The campaign to put a woman on the $20 bill has narrowed the choices down to four finalists. The four finalists are Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Flo from the Progressive Insurance ads. #Quote by Conan O'Brien
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Brad Parks
#30. What the hell happened to you?" she demanded. "What took so long?"

"My car got towed."

"Okay, but why did you swim here?"

"I walked. It just happens to be a hundred and fifty-seven degrees outside. #Quote by Brad Parks
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Terry Tempest Williams
#31. I see our national parks as our ongoing struggle as a diverse people to create circles of reverence in a time of collective cynicism where we are wary of being moved by anything but our own clever perspective... The nature of our national parks is bound to the nature of our own humility, our capacity to stay open and curious in a world that instead beckons closure through fear. For me, humility begins as a deep recognition of all I do not know. This understanding doesn't stop me, it inspires me to ask more questions, to look more closely, to feel more fully the character of the place where I am. #Quote by Terry Tempest Williams
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Matt Lucas
#32. It's very likely that graduates, current employees and retirees have some wonderful pieces of Deer Park history in their closets or garages. #Quote by Matt Lucas
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Tammy Blanchard
#33. I just love Bayonne. I love the parks. I love the pizzerias. I love the simple things in life, and it's all here. #Quote by Tammy Blanchard
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Melissa Breen
#34. I remember the first time I drove mum's car. We just went to a car park near my house, and it actually wasn't too bad. I felt quite confident straight away. #Quote by Melissa Breen
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by William Lyon Phelps
#35. I do not know how wicked American millionaires are, but as I travel about and see the results of their generosity in the form of hospitals, churches, public libraries, universities, parks, recreation grounds, art museums and theatres I wonder what on earth we should do without them. #Quote by William Lyon Phelps
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Christie Brinkley
#36. We need to protect our wilderness areas and national parks. Everywhere you travel, you see blight, denuded mountains, logging. If people know what's going on, they'll become activists to safeguard those places. #Quote by Christie Brinkley
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Gordon Parks
#37. I was born to a black childhood of confusion and poverty. The memory of that beginning influences my work today, It is impossible now to photograph a hungry child without remembering the hunger of my old childhood. #Quote by Gordon Parks
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Michael Gurnow
#38. In the course of all of the compass-spinning twists, roller coaster hills, and sphincter-contracting turns, I hadn't noticed that we had stopped at the top of a very large ridge. The beginning of the trail was not pleasant, inviting, or even remotely civil; it was recreational molestation at its best. #Quote by Michael Gurnow
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by J.D. Salinger
#39. I live in New York, and I was thinking about the lagoon in Central Park, down near Central Park South. I was wondering if it would be frozen over when I got home, and if it was, where did the ducks go? I was wondering where the ducks went when the lagoon got all icy and frozen over. I wondered if some guy came in a truck and took them away to a zoo or something. Or if they just flew away. #Quote by J.D. Salinger
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Dean Koontz
#40. It's difficult to spend time in any carnival or amusement park and not realize that a repressed fear of death may be the one emotion that is constant in the human heart even if, most of the time, it is confined to the unconscious as we go about our business. Thrill rides offer us a chance to acknowledge our ever-present dread, to release the tension that arises from repression of it, and to subtly delude ourselves with the illusion of invulnerability that surviving the Big Drop can provide. #Quote by Dean Koontz
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Rainbow Rowell
#41. Park was never going to love her more than he did on the day they said goodbye. And she couldn't bear to think of him loving her less. #Quote by Rainbow Rowell
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Estelle Maskame
#42. I think parks like these are the best places to people-watch. The diversity of people here is really cool and, again I find myself wondering what they're doing and why they're here and who they're with. I'm far too curious for my own good. #Quote by Estelle Maskame
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Carl Hiaasen
#43. Disney's something to be a little alarmed about. It's not just a little theme park anymore. It's now an ethic and outlook and strategy that goes way beyond central Florida. #Quote by Carl Hiaasen
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by G.K. Parks
#44. Perhaps I was also afraid the little voice in the back of my head telling me I had no idea what I was doing was right. I didn't have any idea what I was doing; if I had, things would be different now. Although, thoughts like this led the other little voice inside my head to point out if I wasn't here, or if I didn't know what I was doing, Martin would be a chalk outline of some goo on the pavement. I sighed audibly and put my head on my desk. If only all the voices in my head could just get along. I laughed at the absurdity. I must be clinically insane. #Quote by G.K. Parks
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by John Cage
#45. Artists talk a lot about freedom. So, recalling the expression "free as a bird," Morton Feldman went to a park one day and spent some time watching our feathered friends. When he came back, he said, "You know? They're not free: they're fighting over bits of food. #Quote by John Cage
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by Julian Castro
#46. People are getting more active and living healthier in San Antonio, whether it's walking, cycling, or using our parks. We now have concrete evidence that our investments are paying off and positively impacting the health of our families and the overall quality of life in San Antonio. #Quote by Julian Castro
Parks And Rec Chris Traeger quotes by William Trevor
#47. A child in London asked her father what autumn was, having heard it spoken of these days, and the father in explanation said it was a season, though not a major one. In cities, this father said, you did not feel autumn so much, not as you felt the heat of summer or the bite of winter air, or even the slush of spring. He said that, and then the next day sent for the child and said he had been talking nonsense. 'Autumn is on now,' he said. 'You can see it in the parks,' and he took his child for a nature walk. #Quote by William Trevor

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