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The state has no business in the bedrooms of the nation.
I grew up in the Bronx where you would stay up late with your girlfriends, just being silly in our bedrooms, whatever. And I was always the clown.
You remember some bedrooms you have slept in. There are bedrooms you like to remember and others you would like to forget.
Why do they put the Gideon bibles only in the bedrooms, where it's usually too late?
There is a crisis of public morality. Instead of policing bedrooms, we ought to be doing a better job policing boardrooms.
College graduates should not have to live out their 20s in their childhood bedrooms, staring up at fading Obama posters and wondering when they can move out and get going with life.
When people talked about protecting their privacy when I was growing up, they were talking about protecting it from the government. They talked about unreasonable searches and seizures, about keeping the government out of their bedrooms.
I doubt I'll ever pay someone to do a remix again, because there's some amazing stuff just coming out of bedrooms.
At least 50 times. I've jumped off a building, jumped off a cliff in a car. I've been in bedrooms when women came in with knives and guns.
Yeah, anybody can go in with two turntables and a microphone or a home studio sampler and a little cassette deck or whatever and make records in their bedrooms.
Radical conservatives want to police bedrooms.
I always performed when I was a child. My parents got very annoyed, because my brother and I had our little bedrooms upstairs, and I would plaster the house with posters with arrows pointing upstairs.
I'd come to the country to do my Thoreau bit, so I needed an office that looked out onto the woods for inspiration. I converted one of the bedrooms into my workspace and through its windows watched the wildlife appear each morning with the sunrise. Many were the days I would sit in wonder, coffee in hand, for hours.
Things have changed a lot since the earth was cooling and I was a teenage girl, but the basics of teenage bedrooms have remained the same. Every girl wants a place that they are proud to call their own and where they can express their own individuality.
As a teenager I had friends who had little music studios in their bedrooms and garages. I'd go and play around; very soon, my hobby became a passion.
It's not government's business what people do in their private bedrooms.
If your kids want to paint their bedrooms, as a favor to me, let 'em do it.
I'm a Christian woman, but I believe in human rights. I do not go into people's bedrooms. I appoint people based on their capabilities, not their sexual orientation.
I lived in Peckham for the first 12 years of my life and then my mum and dad decided they really didn't want to bring up their children there. So they saved up money and bought a house in Plumstead, semi-detached, three bedrooms.
I always sleep on my own. I can't sleep with somebody else. Always separate bedrooms, bathrooms and closets. I'm very individual and I want my own space.
I grew up on the south side of Chicago, most of that time on welfare. My mother and sister and I used to live with my grandparents and various cousins. We shared a two-bedroom tenement, and the three of us slept in one of those bedrooms and had a set of bunk beds.
It's great when you find somebody you're compatible with, but I'm really into separate bedrooms. You live your life and I live mine.
I have enough music coming out of my kids' bedrooms when I'm at home.
You get spoiled on 'Captain America,' where your trailer's two blocks long and it's got three bedrooms.
John F. Kennedy
Martin Luther King, Jr.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
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