Andy Warhold sucks. Lets go.
— Person in the Whitney Shop
I just came into some big seed money.
— Lily using words from Succession but refering to bird seed
His bodyguards proposed using dynamite to silence the frogs, which were croaking away happily in a reedy pond. The plan was not carried out, because it was assumed that Mao's stay at Xibaipo was going to be short.
— Jung Chang and Jon Halliday, Mao: The Unknown Story
We are down to 3 books left…
— Lauri
There's pros. And I wanna be one of em.
— Ray, Mid90s
“Instead of being headquartered in one place and moving to a second headquarters, Amazon is going to be, and be thought of as, everywhere.... The word ‘headquarters’ is a nontechnical, nonlegal term, but it plays well in the press to talk like this,” Mr. O’Kelley said.
— David Streitfeld, "Was Amazon’s Headquarters Contest a Bait-and-Switch? Critics Say Yes," The New York Times
They probably have so many fences.
— Lily on National Rent-A-Fence*
Mao introduced a special "Social Relationship" form: "Tell everyone to write down every single social relationship of any kind [our italics]."
— Jung Chang and Jon Halliday, Mao: The Unknown Story
And if you don't ask you don't get.
— Henry
It's very convinient to have a tap inthe apartment
— Kelly*
Nice forms, but give me some content!
— Henry on Yama-pro Tani-ori by Tomoko Yamashita
Knowing the labor that went into it, if the idea can’t hold up the effort.
— Martha
Gotta catch a nap while it's hot.
— Lily in a text
Your menus would go on into the menu collection, and your name would be stripped from them, and you wouldn't live on into the future.
— Thomas the librarian in NYPL's Manuscripts, Archives, and Rare Books Room
David and Cecil Rosenthal, brothers in their 50s...“They were what we call ‘shomerim,’ people who guard the religion even for the rest of us who don’t go all the time,” said Mr. Solomon, who is related to the brothers by marriage.
— Simon Romero, Jennifer Medina and Timothy Williams, "Tree of Life Synagogue Victims Remembered as Guardians of Their Faith," The New York Times
He was, as Stalin was later to say to the Yugoslavs, insubordinate, but a winner.
— Jung Chang and Jon Halliday, Mao: The Unknown Story
A piano with three giant keys.
— Lily's great sculpture idea
It's like riding a bike I havn't learned yet.
— Lily
Mao simply collapsed the distinction between reading about stirring events and actually living through cataclysm.
— Jung Chang and Jon Halliday, Mao: The Unknown Story, on Mao "when we look at history we adore the times of [war] when dramas happen one after another... which makes reading about them great fun... Human nature loves sudden swift changes."
Genealogy is a contact sport.
— Curtis Rogers, "Genetic Genealogy," 60 Minutes