Outrageous Related Quotes



The creative act, the defeat of habit by originality, overcomes everything. And I really believe that. And what I try to teach young people, or anybody in any creative field, is that every idea should seemingly be outrageous.

George Lois


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“I approach every day as new beginning of the rest of my life. My past is history. Today, I will set a new course of outrageous adventure that will WOW everyone, including myself. I am going to have even more fun!”

Lorrin L. Lee


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We have defined art as the life form and aesthetic art as the life renewal: the stimulating, animating, agitating, inspiring, inspirational, fermenting, fascinating fanaticising, explosive and outrageous: the renewal of the unknown.

Asger Jorn


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“Alienation as our present destiny is achieved only by outrageous violence perpetrated by human beings on human beings.”

R. D. Laing


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“That Microsoft now questions the competency and integrity of a trustee they themselves helped appoint is outrageous. All the parties involved in the case found the trustee showed an intimate competence and understanding. How do they now dare maintain that he is biased?”

Carlo Piana


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For me, style is essentially doing things well. If you want to be outrageous, be outrageous with style. If you want to be restrained, be restrained with style. One can't specifically define style. It's like the perfume to a flower. It's a quality you can't analyze.

Francoise Gilot


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Chauncey seethed at the outrageous insult. "And your father?" he demanded, extending the sword. He didn't yet know all his vassals, but he was learning. He would brand the family name of this boy to memory.

Becca Fitzpatrick


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This has been the left's technique. The technique is to portray a political enemy of the left as this outrageous caveman or whatever decrepit form of humanity that you can describe, and then assume that everybody else agrees, and then cover the story as though everybody agrees.

Ruqaiyyah Waris Maqsood


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A Progressive is one who is in favor of more taxes instead of less, more bureaus and jobholders, more paternalism and meddling, more regulation of private affairs and less liberty. In general, he would be inclined to regard the repeal of any tax as outrageous.

H. L. Mencken


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“Usually we have a set mark-up. But when things get outrageous, you just can't sit for that. So the store eats it a bit.”

Steve Mason


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