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When I was running Atari, violence against humanoid figures was not allowed. We'd let you shoot at a tank... but we drew the line at shooting at people, with blood splattering everywhere.
The end of coal in Appalachia doesn't mean that America is running out of coal (there's plenty left in Wyoming). But it should end the fantasy that coal can be an engine of job creation - the big open pit mines in Wyoming employ a tiny fraction of the number of people in an underground mine in Appalachia.
I'll never look down on and I love running into actors who say 'Oh yeah, I did a soap.' I say 'Tell me which one!' It's like being a member of a secret society.
The timelessness of a concept has to be woven into the running warp of dying time, vertical power has to be wedded to the horizontal earth.
When I started running cross-country and track in high school, literally every race was a failure.
Bulls can do nothing to demand justice. They can only defend themselves as best they can in a fight with a pre-determined ending and die never knowing why they were forced to endure such a painful and prolonged death. It's up to us, as a civilized society, to call for an end to the Running of the Bulls and bullfighting.
I've always been very comfortable wearing not much, in my swimwear or my underwear, or running around naked. I've always been very free like that. I don't really know why, exactly, but I just have been. Not really too shy about that.
Getting elected Governor of New Mexico, I really did enjoy that job. I thought I made a really big difference, and I think the same running for president of the United States - that I could make a really big, positive difference.
Running with others can help get you out when you might otherwise blow it off.
I fell in love with running, and I finally have time to do it now.
Horseracing and ranch horses are two different animals. You're getting race horses out and running and running them. It can be really problematic. A thoroughbred's very delicate.
I'm not real good at the administrative part of running a company.
I grew up running miles of the Norfolk coastline. I'd think nothing of a six-mile run before breakfast. I still run, though not as far and not before muesli.
Working on a movie like 'Prince of Persia' was awesome. It was great fun to be an action hero and to jump around, running off walls and fighting and having great quippy lines.
To make extra money, my parents would sell eggs and chickens. I was very little. I remember a chicken's head being chopped off with the chicken running around. I wasn't sure if my imagination was running away with me or if it really happened. It really happened.
We have most of the software industry running Autonomy.
I've been running my whole life. Running into bars, running around the world. But when you have a child, you can't run. That was a revelation.
I never really loved school through junior high, but then I started running track my freshman year, and I was just like, 'Wow, this is cool!'
Because of the media, the way the world is perceived is as a place where resources and time are running out. We're taught that you have to grab what you can before it's gone. It's almost as if there isn't time for compassion.
The self is an oral society in which the present is constantly running a dialogue with the past and the future inside of one skin.
I'm not running for office. I just want people to come to my stuff and escape and see me as a character, not as anything else.
My introduction to track racing was through the background of cross country running, which is not a sport perhaps as popular in America as it is in England.
When I'm running fast, I don't feel anything, it's effortless, it's like my feet don't even touch the ground, it's like I'm flying.
Intervals and other types of speed work are essential to improve running speed.
The third person narrator, instead of being omniscient, is like a constantly running surveillance tape.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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I got lost but look what I found.
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