Billy Related Quotes
I listen to Billy Joel. He is fabulous. I saw him with Elton John when they toured together, it was so great.
I've done a lot of Super Bowls and appeared in a lot of big, big events and places and the Masters and what have you, but there was nothing as intimidating as speaking with Billy Graham.
They said there was no rest for the wicked. In fact, there was rest neither for the virtuous nor the wicked, nor for guys like Billy, who were uncommitted regarding the whole idea of virtue versus wickedness and who were just trying to do their jobs.
How do you...? What is it you're doing?" he said to Vardy as the man took a breath, mid-insight. What do you call that? Billy thought. That reconstitutitive intelligence, berserker meme-splicing, seeing in nothings first patterns, then correspondence, then causality and dissident sense.Vardy even smiled. "Paranoid," he said. "Theology.
?Everyone seems to be really excited. I mean, everyone was really excited about the concert. It's like two times Billy Joel.?
I think Billy Ray has a lot of great stories up his sleeve. I've heard a lot of his plans for the show, should it go forward, and I think there's a lot in store for people, if it's given a chance.
On the eighth day, the forty-year-old hobo said to Billy: This ain't bad. I can be comfortable anywhere.You can? said Billy.On the ninth day the hobo died. So it goes. His last words were: You think this is bad? This ain't bad.
“He said that, pending the outcome of a physical, Billy was going to sign with the Mets.”
“We were significantly apart. Then I made a proposal and we were very close. Billy declined to make another proposal because he felt Kenny wouldn't be happy.”