I was going to ask if you and Lily remember when he was like this as a kid, but I'm a little off on the geography.
— Sid on Ken
He's like an architect but instead of bricks he uses knick-knacks.
— Lily riffing, "mapping," on Wikipedia entry "Mark Manders is a Dutch artist. At first, he studied graphic design until age eighteen. He changed his mind and decided to be a writer but with objects instead of words."
We just go to eat and then walk around the Walmart.
— Cory, "Dega Don’t," Queer Eye
Feeling that the perception was as important as the reality.
— A. Scott Berg, Lindbergh
Is it still the art?
— Richard Minsky on Dieter Roth's cheese not being allowed to mold and rot in collections. Is it still his art or is it now the curators. He also commented on how the pieces were meant to degrade over a lifespan. Paraphrasing: "maybe they should have frozen him along with the work."
But the ferry is only a nickel.
— Joe Rogan paraphrasing Terence Mckenna, "Joe Rogan Experience #1276 - Ben Shapiro"
Book of business.
— Nick
I remember the winter how cold it got
I could never get warm wherever I was
but I don't remember the summer heat like that
— W.S. Merwin "Remembering Summer," MTA Poetry in Motion poster
This moment could be the only moment over the last 100 years or the next 100 years, when it's appropriate for somebody like me to be in this conversation.
— Pete Buttigieg on FOX News Sunday on a Facebook ad
Raise your hand if ninjas are your favorite thing.
— Random throwaway line Ben Stiller's character's kid says over FaceTime, The Meyerowitz Stories
It's great to see you both, it's my last day.
— Parm waiter Colin C.
— Andrew
John Samuelsen, whose name is misspelled on his badge.
— J. David Goodman, "A Secretive Dinner Where $25,000 Buys Access to Cuomo (and Filet Mignon)," The New York Times
John Lindsay had been the tallest mayor of New York City, measuring 6-foot-4, until Mr. de Blasio took office.
— Jeffery C. Mays, "Brooklyn Wins Bragging Rights to the World’s Tallest Politician," The New York Times
His mantra has always been, what does the audience want to see? And then he tries to give it to them.
— Steve Kroft, "Samuel L. Jackson," 60 Minutes
I thought you said spaghetti tic tac mac and cheese.
— Lily in a low voice making fun of me when I mishear her
I'm just going to poop on the table and then say "bind this, book boy."
— Lily
I suppose I could shop if my nose isn't too runny.
— Lily in a text
,” he laughed, “
— Malcolm Jack on Sid, "From Dresden on the 50th Anniversary of ‘Slaughterhouse-Five’," The New York Times
As Ford Madox Ford observed in a column for The New York Times, Koehler "was like the instrument of a blind and atrociously menacing destiny. You shuddered at the thought of what might happen to you if such a mind and such an inconceivable industry should get to work on your own remote past—a man who searched 1,900 factories for the traces of the scratches of your plane on a piece of wood. It was fatastic and horrifying."
— A. Scott Berg, Lindbergh