Is it baggable?
— Jynne
It’s nice.
— Bookbinding teacher on having her own studio in her home
What’s it called? Mothball vision?… O! Fisheye!
— Lily
Stamps with palm trees.
— What the guy who sells stamps at Sunday’s flea market collects
What does it mean to you to have a savior?
— Sister Standage on our Mormon Art Tour
We did it!
— Repeated shout of child playing in the office
You still did this, which is awesome.
— Henry
You hope that’s all you have to do.
— Helen on making subtitle bigger
— Darren Haggar
Best chemistry of anyone I’ve ever known.
— Sid
Do you know what’s nice about Connecticut? The poop stays underground. It doesn’t go too far.
— Lily
Are you kidding me? You want me to stop?
— Emily on stopping for Lily to pee
Another good episode without Amber.
— Lily on episode of Parenthood
You are not trying to give them a tactical update on the issues of the day, but to lay out the full panoply of issues that they are going to face; the good, the bad, and the ugly of what the world looks like and what implications there may be going forward.
— Michael E. Leiter, “Once Donald Trump Is Nominee, He Is Likely to Get Intelligence Briefing,” The New York Times
Just like you go to Walmart and get a receipt.
— Carolin Byrd, Blue Star Cruises sales representative
— On Frank the Dynasplint Sales Consultant’s card
Why’s he need so many ladles?… he looks like a Lego.
— Lily on a character in Parenthood
In the sea of book covers, a clever concept is not as strong as formal innovation.
— Jason Booher, “The Life of a Book: An interview with Jason Booher, Art Director, Blue Rider Press and Plume,” The Perch
It does not insist on its own way
— Sid the Kid reading Corinthians 13:5
Frankly, you could argue that designing theater posters helps people, but it really doesn’t. It’s almost like having a collector mentality: “I designed this thing, and now I’m going to do another thing!” That’s great, but what does it mean long-term? Have all I really been doing is finding a way to be selfish?
— Paul Sahre, The Great Discontent