Talked Related Quotes



I'm going to try to do as many styles as I can. A salsa number, rock and roll, country.... I've talked to a million people about it. Obviously, I'd love Prince to do it. I'm sure he'll produce the whole album for me.

Paul Reubens


“Dave LaChapelle talked me into it, ... I thought it was going to be no big deal, probably not too many people would see it. Then I was having a party during the Daytona 500, and it was the first commercial on it. I told my wife, 'Honey, I think I'm in trouble.'”

Darius Rucker


“The one thing you can take out of an experience like ('The Island') is, hopefully, some wisdom, ... We've talked about it conceptually, the decision to make the movie, how we cast the movie, how we've marketed the movie. There are things to learn on all fronts. But there's not just a formula that works every time. We will learn things from it, but we might go blindly into something similar in the future.”

Walter Parkes


Rachel, my itchy witch," Al said as he tugged the lace at his cuffs. "We've talked about this. You simply must stop collecting nasty little men. How many do you really need, love?

Kim Harrison


“Prices are in the toilet. Everything I've read and everyone I've talked to in the industry, they all anticipate and seem to be preparing for these low-low prices to continue through most of or much of 1999.”

Chris Kelley


“We talked at halftime that we weren't attacking the basket enough. They were playing out on (Michael) Brown, which means we had lanes to attack. We just had to get to the baseline or get the ball reversal to the basket. All our kids like to pound the glass. When we missed, we went and go it again.”

Mike Black


“We talked about that. We needed to even that out. Getting three definitely helped.”

Dana Fiedler


I talked to Beyonce and she wants to learn how to speak Arabic and she wants to jump out of an airplane. I don't want to do that. I just don't want to wash my hair every day.

Ellen Degeneres


“I've talked directly with the president, I've talked to the head of the Homeland Security, I've talked to everybody under the sun, I've been out there.”

C. Ray Nagin


“Ansel taught a workshop in Yosemite which I happened to attend. We talked. He suggested I come work for him after I finished school. Ansel was then in his 80s. I was his photographic assistant until his death in 1984, after which I worked with his friend Mary Alinder on Ansel's biography. The entire experience was very much a privilege.”

Chris Rainier