Fascinating Related Quotes



You can get so caught up in learning all about reincarnation, you can get so caught up in learning about structures, fascinating though they may be, that you're not free; you're just studying a different textbook.

Frederick Lindemann, 1st Viscount Cherwell


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Everybody prefers to see a nut - they're more fascinating.

Penn Jillette


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He found it both sad and fascinating that only through an artificial universe of video images could she establish contact with the real world.

Arthur C. Clarke


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I like that I've been through things, that when something happens, it resonates with something that already happened. It's not that things like loss are more or less painful. But they're deeper. I find that fascinating.

Annette Bening


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I've always felt, as a writer, that radicals are fascinating because they're relations, they have a place in the American family. They're the relatives everyone wishes would go away. They're the embarrassments to decorum and good taste.

E. L. Doctorow


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And Garrison Keillor I think is a fascinating guy and really entertaining.

Woody Harrelson


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NASA is an utterly fascinating place, and the fact that the buildings look so anonymous almost makes it more fascinating. You walk by a generic office-park-looking building, and you have no idea what's going on inside.

Moby


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America was founded on the fissure between slave states and free states, so these huge fault lines are just built into the American project. How we repress them, express them, deal with them, talk around them, think through them, don't think through them, is fascinating to me.

Rick Perlstein


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No one is black and white or good or bad or happy or sad or what have you. [All have] particular idiosyncrasies that make them fascinating and that's how I tend to approach a character.

Cary Elwes


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“Become simple and live simply, not only within yourself but also in your everyday dealings. Don't make ripples all around you, don't try to be interesting, keep your distance, be honest, fight the desire to be thought fascinating by the outside world.”

Etty Hillesum


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