Hyde, who suggested that Young's sincerity made him more dangerous than Joseph Smith.
— John G. Turner, Brigham Young: Pioneer Prophet
"2024", reflects the year of the exhibition and the 20 x 24 Polaroid size.
— @galeriaalta
Because we need a witness to our lives.
— Susan Sarandon's answer for "Why is it, do you think, that people get married" in Shall We Dance? via @le_kayal
When we speak of friends we've lost,' said Burgin (via Dick), 'we speak inevitably of ourselves.'
— @nyreviewofarch
Being able to recycle unused sketches is probably the best feeling I can have.
— Jim Tierney
annual campaign to bring back heart shaped books
— @maryakanakis
Anderson, who asked that verbal tics like “uh” and “um” not be excised from his quotes, told me that he had always admired how Criterion covers tended to be “more adventurous than, uh, what a movie studio would be inclined to go with.”
— Joshua Hunt, "Sure, It Won an Oscar. But Is It Criterion?," The New York Times Magazine*
Questions of authenticity were central to antebellum American culture. In a market economy dependent on merchants and banks, Americans struggled to separate genuine currency from "bogus" money, legal title from fraudulent land claims, and creditworthy individuals from confidence men and failures. Antebellum Americans vexed by counterfeit currency also encountered mesmeric healers, skull-studying phrenologists, and spiritualist mediums who claimed a scientific basis for their innovative practices. Thus, it is not surprising that many Americans also debated the genuineness or fraudulency of the prophets and preachers that dotted the religious landscape.
— John G. Turner, Brigham Young: Pioneer Prophet
Dental hygiene and wanting to get somewhere are the most common reasons why mice would chew wires or cables.
— Google's featured snippet from adamspestcontrol.com after google search of "mouse eat wires"
The magazine’s business team had conducted a survey of what allowed small businesses to survive in the long term. One thing they all had in common: they owned their buildings.
— Nicolas Kemper, A new home for the New York Review of Books," New York Review of Architecture
Twain wrote this mild burlesque of the immensely popular detective novels of the time in three weeks, trying to alleviate some serious financial problems.
— Item description, "Mark Twain [Samuel L. Clemens]. Tom Sawyer Detective. As Told by Huck Finn and Other Tales. London: Chatto & Windus, 1897." Johnson County Museum, “Whodunit? Key Books in Detective Fiction,” The Grolier Club
At first I thought a few stones of each different shape would be enough. But then I understood in their thousands they give a sense of community. For me the quantity is sacred. It takes a lot to build a cathedral.
— Luigi Lineri via @lostfoundartny
Speculative tote bag.
— Ian Erickson
Frank has also designed many of the secure checks that banks and Fortune 500 companies use every day
— Title card, Catch Me If You Can
It was black type on red paper, you know, and they send it like that so you can't copy it.
— Robert Downey Jr., "Robert Downey Jr. & Mark Ruffalo | Actors on Actors"
Come back to visit.
— Tom (probably paraphrased)
“I just want a reaction,” he said.
— Callie Holtermann, "394 Hot Dog Ice Sculptures Later, He Quit His Day Job," The New York Times
— Date on tracing paper
It's my artwork.
— Carlo Ferraris when I asked what the coins in the wall were
Oh! I think I won the golden ticket.
— Lily seeing heart shaped Cheerios