Creating relationships. That's the work. But all these little accolades help you start the conversation.
— Lily
It reproduces so well... It takes me further away from the real thing because it reproduces so well.
— K on why he doesn't buy Warhol postcards, etc (potentially paraphrased)*
A lot of chit chat in that performance.
— Lily
He singled out a photojournalist for The New York Times, Doug Mills, telling Mr. Kim that Mr. Mills was “one of the great photographers of the world.”
— Michael M. Grynbaum and Katie Rogers, "White House Bars 4 U.S. Journalists From Trump’s Dinner With Kim in Hanoi," The New York Times
I ask unanimous consent that we read into the record, or for the record, a tweet from... I have one more from...
— Rep. Mark Meadows reading contemporaneous tweets into the Congressional Record
Newspapers were often read outloud to a crowd by someone with a better education who could explain the difficult points.
— Jonathan Sperber, Karl Marx: A Nineteenth-Century Life
2888. Door 12. Is it left or right?
— Man on subway who found a small ziplock bag containing an unkonwn substance (the third time this month he has found one) writing down where he found it on a Starbucks napkin so he can give it to the police on 42nd St.
What a great elevator. It's faster than a company.
— Lily on elevator in her parent's building
I'm going to do what she's doing, only I'm going to write "I'm full."
— Lily on Shantell Martin's "ARE YOU YOU" / "YOU ARE YOU"
Yo! What's up puppy! You can't do that! Chase cats, not birds!
— Guy spooked by dog barking at pigeons he was feeding in Columbus Circle
I want it to be seamless.
— J on moving between full screen presentations using the multiple destops feature*
You make what you measure.
— Andrew Yang, "Joe Rogan Experience #1245 - Andrew Yang"
In Science, as in Sports, the Sidelines Matter
— Dennis Overbye, The New York Times
He's got my toes. Aren't they mine?
— Emily on Edumund
Ivy league school.
— Emily's one word clue, after her one word clue "The Wizard of Oz," in final round of "poop smoothie" game
Rand, for example, never had the opportunity to experiment outside the business arena and since he was ostensibly self-taught, virtually everything he invented was "on the job."
— Steven Heller, "Cult of the Ugly"
“No mountain, bush, tree or blade of grass is visible from the yard, just the sky,” Mr. Rudolph wrote.
— The United States Penitentiary Administrative Maximum Facility (ADX) as a James Turrell via Alan Feuer and Alan Blinder, "Where El Chapo Could End Up: A Prison ‘Not Designed for Humanity,’" The New York Times
I find that so interesting because that is the future of conversation, it's looking at the paterns, it's looking at what people are trying to do with the thing, and then you build technlogy around it, and that becomes, that becomes the next big thing.
— Jack Dorsey, "Joe Rogan Experience #1236 - Jack Dorsey"
Can't have my chewin tabaca.
— Lily eating soup after wisdom teeth surgery
There is no "explanation" whatever of the fact that I can make arbitrary sounds which will lead a total stranger to think my own thought. It is sheer magic that I should be able to hold a one-sided conversation by means of black marks on paper with an unkown person half-way across the world.
— Beatrice Warde, “The Crystal Goblet”