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You know in 1975 I couldn't get a job in New York City because I was American. The kitchens were predominantly run by French Swiss German and basically I got laughed at. I had education I had experience but got laughed at because I was American.


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My knee is as strong as it was before if not stronger and it's a matter of getting my leg strong. I lost six years of strength in about six month's time so it's going to take another year or two to get that leg back up to full strength but I'm good to go so far.

I get curious about new things. My real strength is going into a field that has not been investigated before and finding new approaches to it.

A lot of these angles are really about trying to mimic broadcast sports angles in order to anchor the scene to sort of normalize it before it becomes abstracted.

Before Huey was 5 I could take him to work with me. Now though he has sports and lessons and friends and it's not fair to remove him from his whole life.

We knew it was going to be the biggest event scheduled in the history of women's sports but we didn't ever fathom we would be playing before sold-out stadiums all over the country.

Social cohesion was built into language long before Facebook and LinkedIn and Twitter - we're tribal by nature. Tribes today aren't the same as tribes thousand of years ago: It isn't just religious tribes or ethnic tribes now: It's sports fans it's communities it's geography.

I'll go out but I leave early before the shenanigans. I don't really do the Hollywood party thing. I'd rather watch sports or play videogames or work out or sleep to be totally honest.

Books had instant replay long before televised sports.

When you look at golf films before us they're all - garbage or satire. A lot of sports films tend to vilify the opposition. Where the opposition becomes this big angry monster so big you can't beat him.

Before a group can enter the open society it must first close ranks.

As far as a truly radical conscience you have to take it as part of a larger thing that it was sort of historical inevitability that with the coming of a leaguer society people would start to use drugs a lot more then they had before.

It's unfortunate that we live in such a panicked dysmorphic society where women don't even give themselves a chance to see what they'll look like as older persons. I want to have some idea of what I'll look like before I start cleaning the slates.

There is nothing more fearful for the average person in our society than to stand before a group of people and speak.

Before I do anything I think well what hasn't been seen. Sometimes that turns out to be something ghastly and not fit for society. And sometimes that inspiration becomes something that's really worthwhile.

If you're going to kill someone there isn't much reason to get all worked up about it and angry - you just pull the trigger. Angry discussions beforehand are a waste of time. We need to smile at Novell while we pull the trigger.

We do a hard fantasy as well as hard science fiction and I think I probably single-handedly recreated military science fiction. It was dead before I started working in it.

I had never seen much of Star Trek or any other science fiction before I was cast. But Seven's wonderful.

I was sent to a finishing school which didn't last long when mother found out how badly chaperoned we were. Then I 'came out' before going to a domestic science school.

Some ideas you have to chew on then roll them around a lot play with them before you can turn them into funky science fiction.

You know there was a time just before I started to study physical science when astronomers thought that systems such as we have here in the solar system required a rare triple collision of stars.

I began reading science fiction before I was 12 and started writing science fiction around the same time.

Before I was reading science fiction I read Hemingway. Farewell to Arms was my first adult novel that said not everything ends well. It was one of those times where reading has meant a great deal to me in terms of my development - an insight came from that book.

What business has science and capitalism got bringing all these new inventions into the works before society has produced a generation educated up to using them!

Very few recognize science as the high adventure it really is the wildest of all explorations ever taken by human beings the chance to glimpse things never seen before the shrewdest maneuver for discovering how the world works.