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When I was a kid, like 14 or 15, I played with the waiters from the hotel, 'cause that was the best game. And these guys, they'd let me play. And they were black guys.
I just keep it simple. Watch the ball and play it on merit.
It's a simple formula for me now, I don't play any song I don't want to play.
People try to make a big deal, like I don't want to play my old songs. That's not it. I don't want to play my old songs if that's my only option. That's a different thing.
Well, I'm known as a guitar-rock guy, you know? You're not supposed to play with synthesizers. This is not in the rulebook.
I don't wanna play this kind of cartoon character anymore.
It was all about music, about getting your friends to come and see you play. I don't see that same intimacy happening very much today.
I know I'm good enough to contend in each and every major I play.
I believe in professionalism, but playing is not like a job. You have to be grateful to have the opportunity to play.
My whole career has been fulfilling my childhood fantasies, playing characters that are larger than life, getting to play a knight, an elf, a prince, and a soldier.
I think it's great to dress up and play on all the girly features.
I never saw my grandfather because he had died before I was born, but I have good memories of my grandmother and of how she could play the piano at the old house.
John Forbes Nash, Jr.
Life is a corrupting process from the time a child learns to play his mother off against his father in the politics of when to go to bed; he who fears corruption fears life.
It requires greater courage to preserve inner freedom, to move on in one's inward journey into new realms, than to stand defiantly for outer freedom. It is often easier to play the martyr, as it is to be rash in battle.
On some levels, you can also have this feeling that we are being duped, somehow. And that the world is at play for something you would understand more if it were pure ideology. It is a very strange time and also basic things are being taken away.
The play is not in the words, it's in you!
I prefer to play and lose rather than win, because I know in advance I'm going to win.
I think the Irish woman was freed from slavery by bingo. They can go out now, dressed up, with their handbags and have a drink and play bingo. And they deserve it.
John B. Keane
I play with my grandchildren. I tend to my garden, which I love. Of course, I love to read, and family is really what it's all about.
Commissions suit me. They set limits. Jean Marais dared me to write play in which he would not speak in the first act, would weep for joy in the second and in the last would fall backward down a flight of stairs.
I play a musical instrument a little, but only for my own amazement.
If you start to disrespect the character you're playing, or play it too much for laughs, that can work for a sketch, it will sell some gags, but it's all technique. It's like watching a juggler - you can be impressed by it, but it's not going to touch you in any way.
I am not an actress. I can only play me - on and off the screen.
I like to play small clubs.
We used to play music for fun. Much more than now. Now nobody picks up a guitar unless they're paid for it.
And I had not much of a voice. I didn't play that great guitar either.
I hate letting my teammates down. I know I'm not going to make every shot. Sometimes I try to make the right play, and if it results in a loss, I feel awful. I don't feel awful because I have to answer questions about it. I feel awful in that locker room because I could have done something more to help my teammates win.
I've always been an unselfish guy, and that's the only way I know how to play on the court and I try to play to the maximum of my ability - not only for myself but for my teammates.
Once you get on the playing field it's not about whether you're liked or not liked. All that matters is to play at a high level and do whatever it takes to help your team win. That's what it's about.
It's always difficult to play a scene of physical violence because you're always afraid that you don't know your own strength and might hurt someone.
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