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With a disaster like global warming, it's too late to worry about when it's looming except to figure out how to adapt to it.
Octavia E. Butler
Foreign policy is something Americans care about when the economy is good, and when it isn't, they hardly notice it. It's hard to worry about what happens in the Mideast when you don't have a job in the Midwest.
Kathleen Troia McFarland
Like any woman, I worry about my body.
I try not to worry about rewriting books that worked well the first time. I'm too busy writing new books to worry about things that are already in print.
Laurell K. Hamilton
Worry makes you sick. Worry less, live as long as you like.
For those of you who worry that I am a skinhead and anything that goes along with that, I am not.
No one had to worry about Peter after his conversion. Your investigators can be that converted.
Richard G. Scott
When there's an important tournament going on, I try and stay in a bubble. It's easy that way because then you don't have to worry about anything else.
I've got to worry about Alonzo Mourning, because a year or two ago there was a chance that Alonzo Mourning wouldn't be standing here talking to you. That's the cold reality of it.
I'm always using a towel around my head. Airports don't worry about me.
Once you start worrying about a national football championship, then you begin to worry about getting the quality of athlete, and the numbers needed, to win a national championship. And that worry leads to pressure to compromise academic standards to admit those athletes.
I think that I'm busy in the present, and I don't want to go back. Well, there's been an unauthorized biography, and you can't stop them. It didn't worry me.
In England, it's thought to be morally suspect to worry about what your surroundings look like.
I'm American. I'm eclectic. I'm going to follow my musical passions. And if people don't like it, and it hurts my legacy, I'm not going to worry about that.
I have never quite grasped the worry about the power of the press. After all, it speaks with a thousand voices, in constant dissonance.
I can be stupid in my lyrics or say whatever I want without having to worry about anybody else's feeling or anybody being embarrassed by it or anything like that.
'In Praise of Slowness' chronicles the global trend towards deceleration that has come to be known as the Slow Movement. Don't worry, though: it is not a Luddite rant. I love speed. Going fast can be fun, liberating and productive. The problem is that our hunger for speed, for cramming more and more into less and less time, has gone too far.
People often ask why comedy is harder for women, and the reason is because a tampon will sometimes fall out when you're on stage. Blokes don't have that worry.
I spent many years writing and directing in radio drama, so I am comfortable with an audience or a microphone, but I do worry about the blurring of an author's public persona with the work itself. A good 'performer' can make a mediocre book sound strong, and a shy author can leave listeners missing the excellence of his or her writing.
Guy Gavriel Kay
I think we are always right to worry about damaging consequences of new technologies even as we are empowered by them. History suggests we should not panic nor be too sanguine about cool new gizmos. There's a delicate balance.
I don't have to worry about how my movies sell because I'm not the guy in front.
I worry about Zimbabweans. They bend, they bend, they bend, they bend - where do the people break? How long can they go on scrounging for food in garbage dumps and using the moisture from sewage drains to plant vegetables?
In Tarzan I only had to worry about the bees.
Casper Van Dien
I used to tell my graduate students at Stanford, 'Don't worry about what job you have to pick because your job picks you. Let your job pick you. Find something you are passionate about. Then when you are passionate, be persistent. Just keep doing it for a while because progress is always hard work. It never rests in ideas.'
I was quite shy. I used to write stories all the time, and I think that was a worry for my parents.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
John F. Kennedy
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