Scrape Related Quotes



What if I told you every single person in America - every single person on Earth - is African? With a small scrape of cells from the inside of anyone's cheek, the science of genetics can even prove it.

Spencer Wells


why will friends publish all the trash they can scrape together of celebrated people?

Maria Edgeworth


You can't make a living as a playwright. You can barely scrape by.

Sam Shepard


Scrape the grey sky clean. Realize every grey cloud is a smoke screen to blind us from the truth, and the truth is whether we see them or not the sun and moon are still there, and always there is light.

Shane Koyczan


“Which, of course, isn't the point of writing - but it would be nice if, along with the creative satisfaction of writing and seeing my work in print, I could do more than merely scrape a living. Okay, moaning over.”

Eric Brown


The odd thing in this world is that an eager-beaver type, with no original ideas, who mimes those in authority above him right to the last twist of necktie and scrape of chin, always gets noticed. Gets selected. Rises.

Philip K. Dick


Hee that comes of a hen must scrape.

George Herbert


Burlesque thrived during the Great Depression, and by extension, so, too, did Gypsy [Rose Lee]. Men could no longer afford to pay $5.50 to see a show on Broadway, but they could scrape together $1.00 for a matinee at a burlesque house.

Karen Abbott


You can't have this kind of war. There just aren't enough bulldozers to scrape the bodies off the streets.

Dwight D. Eisenhower


Farmers scrape a living out of that cold earth, planting on sheltered slopes facing south, combing the yama for fleece, carding and spinning and weaving the prime wool, selling pelts to the carpet-factories."

Anonymous