Magazine Related Quotes



“It was like . . . Mad magazine,”

Christopher Durang


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“We got our copy of the magazine yesterday. We were really tickled.”

Chris Allen


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“The market for short stories is hard to break into, but a magazine editor isn't always looking for big names with which to sell his magazine - they're more willing to try stories by newcomers, if those tales are good.”

Eric Brown


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“No one gets discovered. Even people picked off the cover of a magazine, you can't become an actor overnight. You can't come off the page or off a stool in a drug store and become an actor.”

Carol Goodheart


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“I see myself on the cover of a magazine and I don't think that it looks like me at all. My first-ever photo shoot was for the cover of a lads' magazine.”

Elize Du Toit


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“Today, our campaign is really in a rather unique position because the most recent, national poll -- the CNN/Time (magazine) poll -- shows us in second place, finally beginning to emerge as the clear alternative to the front-runner,”

Dan Quayle


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“I keep telling them to please review my magazine and compare it with ... adult men's lifestyle magazines already in Indonesia. But they keep telling me to change the name Playboy, not the content. It's ridiculous.”

Erwin Arnada


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“ she said. ''I like her products, her magazine, and her show. Yes, we all know she's probably a [expletive] in real life, but aren't we all? I liked getting inside information on her. I liked having her daughter there. It was fun to watch. I'm bummed that it's over.”

Martha Stewart


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“[How sure is the Grind that the NRA will back Bush? Well, the group's monthly magazine features a cover photo of John Kerry posing with gun-control advocates Sens. Ted Kennedy, Chuck Schumer and Dianne Feinstein.] You talk about the four horsemen of apocalypse, ... That's the picture.”

Wayne Lapierre


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“[The most effective president, he told Forbes magazine 11 months ago, was Harry Truman, because] everybody who worked for him worshiped him because he was absolutely trustworthy. ... His great strength was not charisma, as is commonly thought, but his awareness and acceptance of exactly what he could do and what he could not do.”

Ronald Reagan


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