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The law exists for a reason. There is a dominant American culture that people used to want to preserve. That's going by the wayside, too. But if it's now okay for an illegal alien to practice law in California, then can anybody else who's broken the law get a law license? And if not, why not?
I was born in Sherman Oaks, California.
Whatever starts in California unfortunately has an inclination to spread.
California is an unbelievable state.
California is a great place to live if you're an orange.
California is always in my mind.
California is like an artificial limb the rest of the country doesn't really need. You can quote me on that.
It's a shame about California, and particularly about L.A., where they've demolished so many landmarks. It's a bit of a disease there, where if anything is over 30 years old, they sort of knock it down and replace it. It's a strange town, it's this sprawling suburb, and then there's a city, the old town.
I'm happy wherever I go, whatever I do. I'm happy in Iowa, I'm happy here in California.
I called my business manager in California and said, 'Sell all of my stock' - what little of it I had - and it's the only smart financial move I ever made.
You know, every family and every business in California knows what it means to go through tough times.
Secretly, I think everyone who makes fun of California really does want to be in California.
It kills me when people talk about California hedonism. Anybody who talks about California hedonism has never spent a Christmas in Sacramento.
I'm never going to get married again. Three strikes, you're out. I think if I would try to get married again in California, I have to go to prison, don't I? I think you only get three.
I like to read Octavia E. Butler's 'Wild Seed' over and over again. And J. California Cooper's 'The Wake of the Wind.' That one makes me cry from joy. I'll mourn - I'll actually mourn - and then I'll cry from joy. She's wonderful.
I experienced the California Northridge Earthquake of 1994 and the eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980, and I have thus seen firsthand how terrible and awesomely devastating a force of nature can be.
California is going to take themselves off the cliff culturally and economically, fiscally. They are going to be at the trough in Washington wanting a bailout.
For some reason and I don't know why, but I don't think that I'm funny in California. So I always want to do my movies east somewhere.
If they can't do it in California, it can't be done anywhere.
When I was growing up, I didn't know there was a world outside of California.
I like to go for a little drive up the California coast.
No wonder the film industry started in the desert in California where, like all desert dwellers, they dream their buildings, rather than design them.
I'm thankful for Sarah Palin's vice presidential bid, which taught us that Alaska is not in a box off the coast of California.
I graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles, with an English literature degree and travelled for a year before going to work.
I grew up in the Midwest, quite far from any ocean or any beach, a million miles. I think for kids who grew up where I did, the idea of California, surfing and beach life was so exotic and glamorous.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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