James Related Quotes



“Etta James' voice is just as commanding as it was when she was young, but it's different -- deeper, tougher. How could it not be? That's what life can do to you.”

Martin Scorsese


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“Nothing would please me more than watching James for two weeks, ... I'd be doing backflips if James is playing for two weeks.”

Matt Davis


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“He did OK. It happens. It didn't just happen with James Reed. It happened with a lot of guys.”

Herman Edwards


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“I have a lot of respect for Sarah and Lyn (St. James). I think we all look at each other as competitors, if we were driving against each other.”

Danica Patrick


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“Neither Doyle nor Christie ever wrote a book that compares with the novels of P.D. James. Doyle and Christie are genre writers -- clever, yes, but one must suspend considerable disbelief right from the get-go when reading their works. No such acrobatics are necessary with a James novel.”

Anita Shreve


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“On Blur bassist Alex James: I used to punch Alex a lot. He used to say really annoying things. I think he liked being punched.”

Damon Albarn


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“James ranks right up with the best we have had. He is a playmaker and a big part of our team.”

Wayne Grant


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“James is a guy that runs on high octane, ... He's a fighter jet. He burns the fuel fast and furious. He's gotten much better with that over the years, but he plays so big and he's so fast that if an edge does come off, it's a big relief. He flies around the court. I put him over anybody on the tour in the straight 100 meters (dash).”

Andre Agassi


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“It's like going with the hotter hand. James is playing a lot smarter now. He was a go-for-broke player, but now he is playing with a little more intuition and smarts. He is playing percentages better. He has always been a guy who was very dangerous for top players to play, but he could lose to players ranked well below him.”

Patrick Mcenroe


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“I like Pierce Brosnan a lot. But he's playing James Bond - he isn't him. All the poses and stuff, it looks a bit bland. And the gadgets and set-pieces... it looks like the stories are now built around the gadgets, and not vice-versa.”

Guy Hamilton


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