Posts tagged Quotes.

Anderson Cooper: “The farther you go, however, the harder it is to return. The world has many edges, and it’s easy to fall off.”

Silver fox boss.

Legos and imagination.

Limitations live only in our minds. But if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless." -Jamie Paolinetti

 Dr. Melfi: Have you ever had a prostate exam? 
Tony Soprano: Are you kidding me? I don’t let anyone wag their finger in my face!

Dr. Melfi: Have you ever had a prostate exam?

Tony Soprano: Are you kidding me? I don’t let anyone wag their finger in my face!


Life and Hollywood.

I’m not usually negative. Not that I’m saying I’m going to be in this post. But I am a realist. With that said, Hollywood is known for making films, actors and life seem timeless. When you watch films like The Godfather, you see Al Pacino at such a young, but recognizable age and usually don’t wonder that the film is almost 38 years old. Or when you see films like The Breakfast Club and you’re still waiting for a sequel to be made to see if they’re still friends on Monday, even though it’s been 25 years since its release. Now that I’ve gotten my point across that films make us forget about time. I want to note out three great actors, directors and producers we all know. And if you don’t, then stop reading this, how dare you not know!

Moving on! Here we go. These three actors have made films that have changed the film industry. And forever have craved their name in Hollywood History. We’ve all seen films like The Good, The Bad and The Ugly or One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest or The Shawshank Redemption. Dirty Harry, The Shining or Driving Miss Daisy. Or other films like Gran Torino or the Departed or Bruce Almighty/Even Almighty. In every one of these films these actors played their roles with such deliverance that I can not even imagine anyone else playing the role. Now I’ve been typing away for over two paragraphs and I still haven’t gotten to the reason I’m making this post or even the people’s names I’m taking about. But I’m pretty sure you might have a guess.

Clint Eastwood. Jack Nicholson. Morgan Freeman.

Three of the most iconic actors in past and recent film history. They’ve been making films when Classics for us were Friday Night Premieres for them.

Now I can go into the history of each of them, but that’s not the point. What I want to make clear is that these men have been craved in films. We see them only in films. And we think that’s them. Young and alive. Truth of the matter is, each one of them is over 70 years of age. Clint is 80! And both Jack and Morgan are 73.These men are old. Sounds disrespectful to say, but it’s truth. Though, they only seem to age one years worth for every ten!

(Now, you always hear people cry and mourn and say how well they respect an actor after they passed, but rarely do you see it when they’re alive. Heath Ledger was a great actor. Of course he wasn’t this huge movie god, but still his films were unique with him in a role. I could not imagine someone else in 10 things I hate about you or The Patriot or (of course) The Dark Knight. We all acknowledge their work, but no one gives it that posthumous respect that it should have gotten when they’re still alive.)

Hopefully you’ve gotten the point of this post. Actors may live forever in the films they’ve made classical for us. But time catches up with Hollywood. And if the time of these men that I look up to so greatly comes before any of us want it to, then;

Mr. Eastwood, Mr. Nicholson and Mr. Morgan, if you’re reading this (even though I have a better chance of having a snowball stay frozen in Hell) Thank you for dedicating, enjoying and sharing your life to the films you make and to the millions of people who cherish that very fact.


"Punk ass bitch."


"Where’s Michelle at? …"

We all know an eye for an eye leaves the world blind. But I say, a heart for a heart leaves the world loved.

Least that’s what I think.

I know very little about acting. I’m just an incredibly gifted faker. - Robert Downey Jr.

I know very little about acting. I’m just an incredibly gifted faker. - Robert Downey Jr.

My Thoughts or My Narrator’s?

The world is strapped in chains of ties and collars.

We’re suppressed by what we are told and who runs our life’s. 

  • From the Government, Politics and Bureaucrats. 
  • To the people designing our clothes, furniture, cars and our social lifestyle.
  •  Ending with the people that tell us what’s hot and what’s not. The separations of popularity. The high school cliches branched out into the real world.

Instead, dump all these things, give up your life. Just get the lowest possible position in your life, nothing can hurt you.

"At the time, my life just seemed too complete, and maybe we have to break everything to make something better out of ourselves."

"The things you own, end up owning you.  It’s only after you lose everything that you’re free to do anything."

"May I never be complete.  May I never be content.  May I never be perfect."

"The gyms you go to are crowded with guys trying to look like men, as if being a man means looking the way a sculptor or an art director says."

"We’ve all been raised on television to believe that one day we’d all be millionaires, and movie gods, and rock stars. But we won’t. And we’re slowly learning that fact. And we’re very, very pissed off."

"You give up the condo life, give up all your flaming worldly possessions, go live in a dilapidated house in a toxic waste part of town, and you have to come home to this."

"I say never be complete.  I say stop being perfect.  I say let’s evolve.  Let the chips fall where they may."

All the ways you wish you could be, that’s it. Looks like you want to look, To fuck like you want to fuck, To be smart, capable and most importantly, to be free in all the ways that you are not.

We will all be here at one point in our life.

The question is, “Are these your thoughts or your narrator’s?”

People do it everyday, they talk to themselves. They see themselves as they’d like to be, they don’t have the courage. To just run with it.