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No one drives in Manhattan - in fact, many of the folks who live in Manhattan don't even have driving licenses!
Sure, I could have lots of people who do the cooking, the driving, all that jazz - but I would be unhappy. I wouldn't want my children raised that way.
Every time you cuddle with your children, you're likely to be driving down your testosterone.
My faith has been the driving thing of my life. I think it is important that people who are perceived as liberals not be afraid of talking about moral and community values.
Marian Wright Edelman
In America, diner food or roadside barbecue is the best road food, but I am not a fan of eating while driving - too messy.
Jose Andres Puerta
People get nervous driving around corners, thinking they're going to tip over. But you can go soooo much faster through the curves than you realize.
When there's an idiot driving crazily in front of you, that can wind the best of you up.
Where radio is different than fiction is that even mediocre fiction needs purpose, a driving question.
I was driving around the country when I was 19 and happened to run out of cash in Seattle, so I settled here.
I like driving; I don't drive since I live in New York. I don't have an opportunity to drive, like, ever.
Radio is for driving.
I moved to Cardiff when I was 17 and never needed a car. When I came to L.A. for my first job there, I needed a car, so I had to pass my driving test.
For eight years, you had the Bush administration with a very interventionist policy, driving into world affairs, driving primarily into the Islamic world, army first or fist first.
I definitely think there could be stricter teen driving laws.
It doesn't occur to me that I don't drive a cool car until I hang out with Jon Hamm, who picks me up in what looks like a Transformer, and I think, 'Oh, that's what movie stars are driving. I guess I'm not a movie star.'
It must be said that Brighton, unlike London, makes driving seem very appealing. Instead of glowering faces and angry horns on all sides, we have the coast road in front of us and the Sussex Downs just 10 minutes behind us.
I'm very aware that just driving blindly towards money won't get me anything. I drive blindly towards making the world a better place.
Oh, you know, driving around, coming to a stop sign and an entire family, from 8 to 80, will be looking at me with that Dr. Evil look - pinkie on the mouth.
The clash between capital and labour, between those seeking to maximise profit and those with only their toil to sell, was the driving force for the creation of the trade unions in the 19th century.
I love cycling, running and swimming. In recent years I've competed regularly in triathlons, which means I don't find the physical side of driving a struggle any more.
I don't do much to keep in trim - I try to walk places instead of driving whenever I can, but I really ought to do more.
While I'm driving north, I'm already thinking about kippers - it's worth the journey just to have kippers for breakfast on Saturday.
What I like to do when I get to a new place is buy local music early on and listen to it while we're driving around. I think it helps explain and illuminate the culture of where you are if local music is playing.
I enrolled in a race car driving school, where you go for three days, and they wanted to rent me a video camera and charge me $100 for every half-hour.
From a very early age, I was in tune with pop radio, and most of this listening was done driving. We had an old '67 or '65 Buick LeSabre, and whenever we would drive around, I would actually stick my head right against the speakers in the back and sing along to the music.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
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