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Swarve Magazine quotes by Raymond Chandler
#1. I looked at my watch. Nine fifty-four. Time to go home and get your slippers on and play over a game of chess. Time for a tall cool drink and a long quiet pipe. Time to sit with your feet up and think of nothing. Time to start yawning over your magazine. Time to be a human being, a householder, a man with nothing to do but rest and suck in the night air and rebuild the brain for tomorrow. #Quote by Raymond Chandler
Swarve Magazine quotes by Frances Lear
#2. A magazine to have style, must need and understand and invest in what jingles - not jiggles - in designer jeans. #Quote by Frances Lear
Swarve Magazine quotes by John Piper
#3. God was alive when this universe exploded into existence. He was alive when Socrates drank his poison. He was the living God when William Bradford governed Plymouth Colony. He was the living God in 1966 when Thomas Altizer proclaimed him dead and Time magazine absolutely absurdly put it on the front cover. #Quote by John Piper
Swarve Magazine quotes by Bob Dylan
#4. I accept chaos. I am not sure whether it accepts me. I know some people are terrified of the bomb. But then some people are terrified to be seen carrying a modern screen magazine. Experience teaches us that silence terrifies people the most. #Quote by Bob Dylan
Swarve Magazine quotes by Ken Wilber
#5. If the majority of the "spiritual market" is drawn to prerational magic and myth, how do you reach the small group who are involved in genuine, laborious, demanding, transrational spiritual practice? This is very difficult, because both markets are referred to as "spiritual," but these two camps really don't get along very well-one is mostly translative, the other is mostly transformative, and they generally disapprove of each other-so how do you put them into one magazine without alienating them both? #Quote by Ken Wilber
Swarve Magazine quotes by Lamar Hunt
#6. He is not someone who went off to play in Europe and only a few Americans follow. He has the potential to be on magazine covers and more newspaper coverage. #Quote by Lamar Hunt
Swarve Magazine quotes by Joel Stein
#7. I don't read the "letters" section of Time magazine. I think it's just my habit as a reader. I don't read comments on stories, in general. #Quote by Joel Stein
Swarve Magazine quotes by Hampton Sides
#8. I majored in Southern history in college, and much of my early work at my first job - as a staff writer at 'Memphis' magazine - focused on race relations. #Quote by Hampton Sides
Swarve Magazine quotes by Mike McCue
#9. Let's leverage the power of the Web - don't get rid of it, but make the Web beautiful again. We need to give the content room to breathe and give magazine-style advertisements the opportunity to flourish. #Quote by Mike McCue
Swarve Magazine quotes by Gail Honeyman
#10. I steeled myself as best I could, and, with teeth gritted, using only one finger I typed:

C U there E.

I sat back, feeling a bit queasy. Illiterate communication was quicker, that was true, but not by much. I'd saved myself the trouble of typing four whole characters. Still, it was part of my new credo, trying new things. I'd tried it, and I very definitely did not like it. LOL could go and take a running jump. I wasn't made for illiteracy; it simply didn't come naturally. Although it's good to try new things and to keep an open mind, it's also extremely important to stay true to who you really are. I read that in a magazine at the hairdressers. #Quote by Gail Honeyman
Swarve Magazine quotes by Don Aslett
#11. I like upright vacuums. I think canisters are like dragging a dead pig through the house on the end of a rope.
~People Magazine, 1990 interview #Quote by Don Aslett
Swarve Magazine quotes by Shaheen Akhtar
#12. I think that a kind of guilt works at a subconscious level in the minds of the Bengalis regarding the women tortured during the Liberation War. The War went on only for nine months, it was the responsibility of the people of that liberated nation that the period of torture was lengthened beyond that for these women. This is presented to the reader in my novel Talaash, by narrating the story of 30 years of that post-War abuse. Maybe because there was a subconscious guilt about it, readers didn't reject it, they've tried to assimilate it to their own emotions. Such an indication is quite clear in the testimonials of the jury board, reviews of Talaash or reader feedback that I've received on a personal level. Talaash is perhaps a successful book in that it awakened sleeping consciences. But if such a situation should arise again, there's no guarantee that they're not going to behave the same way. In fact, it's more than probable that they will. Because the fault at the root, that issue of satittyo or the honor of women - that remains unresolved. (Interview in Eclectica Magazine, 2007) #Quote by Shaheen Akhtar
Swarve Magazine quotes by John Kricfalusi
#13. Open a magazine from the 1930s and '40s and look at the illustrations in it. There's nobody alive that could touch the way they could draw back then. #Quote by John Kricfalusi
Swarve Magazine quotes by Geddy Lee
#14. I like to be able to come and go as I please, and I don't really like having my face and name plastered around. I think it's a bit weird to have your name plastered on every page in a magazine, where in each case you're using a different piece of equipment. #Quote by Geddy Lee
Swarve Magazine quotes by Jane Haddam
#15. I was the executive editor on a little magazine called Greek Accent, whose only claim to fame is that its art director went on to be the art director of Discover for many years. #Quote by Jane Haddam
Swarve Magazine quotes by Cecelia Ahern
#16. Ruby: I've decided. I'm putting my Gary on a diet.
Rosie: You're putting him on a diet? How on earth can you control what your twenty-one-year-old son eats?
Ruby: Oh it's easy; I'll just nail down everything to the floor.
Rosie: So what kind of diet is it?
Ruby: I don't know. I bought a magazine, but there are so many stupid diets out there I don't know which one to pick. Remember that ridiculous one that you and I did last year? The alphabet one where we had to eat foods beginning with a certain letter every day?
Rosie: Oh yeah! How long did we do that for?!
Ruby: Em . . . that would be 26 days of course Rosie
Rosie: Oh . . . right . . . of course. You put on weight on the third day.
Ruby: That's because the third day was the lucky letter "C" . . . Cakes . . . mmmm
Rosie: Well we made up for it on the last day. I was bloody starving on "Z" day; I was practically chasing zebras with a kitchen knife around the zoo. Could have eaten the zoo I suppose . . .
Ruby: You should have done what I did, I ate like a queen. I became German for the day and ate "ze cakes" and "ze buns." Oh I don't know Rosie. I think I'll just invent a diet of my own and give those stupid magazines a run for their money #Quote by Cecelia Ahern
Swarve Magazine quotes by Asa Don Brown
#17. If addicts are to overcome the stigma of addiction, professionals and nonprofessionals must educate the public. #Quote by Asa Don Brown
Swarve Magazine quotes by Maureen Callahan
#18. Anna Wintour hadn't been to any of McQueen's shows, and McQueen didn't like it. McQueen said American Vogue could borrow the dress only if they flew it to New York and back, in its own seat, with an escort. It was a fuck-you and they took it, and the dress was shot by Richard Avedon. "Fashion people haven't got any brains," McQueen said. #Quote by Maureen Callahan
Swarve Magazine quotes by Victoria   Wilson
#19. When John Ashbery was asked where he turned for consolation, he replied, "Probably to a movie, something with Barbara Stanwyck." - Deborah Solomon, The New York Times Magazine, January 14, 2007 #Quote by Victoria Wilson
Swarve Magazine quotes by Rick Perlstein
#20. I love trade magazines - any trade's magazine: by entering into what is taken for granted in a world not your own, you better recognize the vastness of the social universe - for there are so, so many worlds that are not your own. #Quote by Rick Perlstein
Swarve Magazine quotes by Hugo Gernsback
#21. I started the movement of SF in America in 1908 through my first magazine, 'MODERN ELECTRICS.' At that time it was an experiment. Science fiction authors were scarce. There were not a dozen worth mentioning in the entire world #Quote by Hugo Gernsback
Swarve Magazine quotes by Shalom Auslander
#22. We lie and we are lied to, and the best liars - the ones who don't even see it as lying - get the business cards and the corner offices and the fancy clothes some other liar tricked them into thinking they needed. At least it used to bother people that the liars and
frauds and phonies rose to the top, the citizens expressed concern that shit floated. Today we put the shit on magazine covers, laud its buoyancy, and anxiously wait to buy the shit's best-selling business book about how you can float your shit, too. #Quote by Shalom Auslander
Swarve Magazine quotes by Pearl S. Buck
#23. An intelligent, energetic, educated woman cannot be kept in four walls - even satin-lined, diamond-studded walls - without discovering sooner or later that they are still a prison cell.
(America's Medieval Women, Harper's Magazine, August 1938) #Quote by Pearl S. Buck
Swarve Magazine quotes by Hugh Hefner
#24. I've never thought of Playboy, quite frankly, as a sex magazine. I always thought of it as a lifestyle magazine in which sex was one important ingredient. #Quote by Hugh Hefner
Swarve Magazine quotes by Douglas Hofstadter
#25. I would proclaim that the vast majority of what [say, Scientific American] is true-yet my ability to defend such a claim is weaker than I would like. And most likely the readers, authors, and editors of that magazine would be equally hard pressed to come up with cogent, non-technical arguments convincing a skeptic of this point, especially if pitted against a clever lawyer arguing the contrary. How come Truth is such a slippery beast? #Quote by Douglas Hofstadter
Swarve Magazine quotes by E.B. White
#26. I have noticed that most men when they enter a barber shop and must wait their turn, drop into a chair and pick up a magazine. I simply sit down and pick up the thread of my sea wanderings, which began more than fifty years ago and is not quite ended. There is hardly a waiting room in the east that has not served as my cockpit, whether I was waiting to board a train or to see a dentist. And I am usually still trimming sheets when the train starts or drill begins to whine. #Quote by E.B. White
Swarve Magazine quotes by Stephen Chbosky
#27. Like I told you, Sam and Patrick love their big song, so I thought I'd read it to have something to discuss with them. In the end, the magazine compared him with John Lennon from the Beatles. I told that to Sam later, and she got really mad. She said he was like Jim Morrison if he was like anybody, but really, he isn't like anybody but himself. We were all at the Big Boy after Rocky Horror, and it started this big discussion.
Craig said the problem with things is that everyone is always comparing everyone with everyone and because of that, it discredits people, like in his photography classes.
Bob said that it was all about our parents not wanting to let go of their youth and how it kills them when they can't relate to something.
Patrick said that the problem was that since everything has happened already, it makes it hard to break new ground. Nobody can be as big as the Beatles because the Beatles already gave it a "context." The reason they were so big is that they had no one to compare themselves with, so the sky was the limit.
Sam added that nowadays a band or someone would compare themselves to the Beatles after the second album, and their own personal voice would be less from that moment on. #Quote by Stephen Chbosky
Swarve Magazine quotes by H.P. Lovecraft
#28. Any magazine-cover hack can splash paint around wildly and call it a nightmare, or a witches sabbath or a portrait of the devil; but only a great painter can make such a thing really scare or ring true. That's because only a real artist knows the anatomy of the terrible, or the physiology of fear. #Quote by H.P. Lovecraft
Swarve Magazine quotes by Junot Diaz
#29. I know what it means to be moved by a book in my body so much that I go looking for its analog in the real world.
[From an interview with Complex magazine, 12/2012] #Quote by Junot Diaz
Swarve Magazine quotes by Kate Winslet
#30. I do think it's important for young women to know that magazine covers are retouched. People don't really look like that. #Quote by Kate Winslet
Swarve Magazine quotes by Hugh Hefner
#31. For me, the magazine was always the heart of what my life was all about, and the other half was living the life. #Quote by Hugh Hefner
Swarve Magazine quotes by Colin McEnroe
#32. I have ... had a disturbing dream in which I break through a cave wall near Nag Hammadi and discover urns full of ancient Coptic scrolls. As I unfurl the first scroll, a subscription card to some Gnostic exercise magazine flutters out. #Quote by Colin McEnroe
Swarve Magazine quotes by Michael Hastings
#33. I welcome all interviews with 'Rolling Stone' magazine, and I'm sure people will talk to me in the future. #Quote by Michael Hastings
Swarve Magazine quotes by Rachel Cohn
#34. You need a boyfriend. Well sure, who doesn't need a boyfriend? But ealistically, those exotic creatures are hard to come by. At least a quality one. I go to an all- girls school, and meaning no disrespect to my sapphic sisters, but I have no interest in nding a romantic companion there. The rare boy creatures I do meet who aren't either related to me or who aren't gay are usually too at ached to their Xboxes to notice me, or their idea of how a teenage girl should look and act comes directly from the pages of Maxim magazine or from the tarty look of a video game character. #Quote by Rachel Cohn
Swarve Magazine quotes by Lev Grossman
#35. Literature interprets the world, but it's also shaped by that world, and we're living through one of the greatest economic and technological transformations since
well, since the early 18th century. The novel won't stay the same: it has always been exquisitely sensitive to newness, hence the name. It's about to renew itself again, into something cheaper, wilder, trashier, more democratic and more deliriously fertile than ever. #Quote by Lev Grossman
Swarve Magazine quotes by Sean  Parnell
#36. He stuck his left arm through the loop of a bungee sling and stretched it across his back. At one end there was a magazine
pouch; on the other hung a Brügger & Thomet MP9. The machine pistol weighed less than three pounds and even with the built-in
suppressor was only ten inches in length. It fit perfectly beneath his arm, but Steele knew that it wouldn't slip the notice
of the security guards at the door #Quote by Sean Parnell
Swarve Magazine quotes by Lebo Grand
#37. The sexiest and most sensual women are those that dress to be overwhelmingly desired, not rationally considered. #Quote by Lebo Grand
Swarve Magazine quotes by Louis Menand
#38. Diminished circumstances had no effect on his sense of what was honorable: after The Spectator sent him a check for a piece it had accepted but was unable to run for a lack of space, he refused to write for the magazine again. #Quote by Louis Menand
Swarve Magazine quotes by David Sedaris
#39. The next summer we went to France for six weeks, and I added another 420 words, most of them found in the popular gossip magazine, 'Voici'. "Man-eater", I'd say. "Gold digger, roustabout, louse".
"Who are you talking about?" my neighbors would ask. "What social climber? Where? #Quote by David Sedaris
Swarve Magazine quotes by Elisabetta Canalis
#40. Sometimes when I flick through a magazine and see these thin models I'm left wondering what effect they can have on an insecure person. But I say to girls: forget what you see in the magazines, that is a world which has nothing to do with reality; think of it as a cartoon. #Quote by Elisabetta Canalis

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