Al Jourgensen. Quotes
Date of birth
October 09, 1958
Let's get with it, guys: You don't need to hear a Ministry song to get political. You should be political on your own. We're just a side project to society. So do I care what people think about me personally? No. I just do what I do.
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Great storytellers in the past would go to an unknown land and return to tell the stories they've found. Those were also journeys into their inner psyches and that's still true today. An actor, a writer, does that as if saying, 'Here's what I've discovered about myself and about the world I'm in. I would like to share this with you.'
I learned this early on in the variety business: You've got to give folks responsibility, you've got to trust them, and then you've got to check on them.
What's important is that people never give up that fight to be happy, because when you do that, that's when things really start to go wrong.
I avoid listening to too many people's comments about my script. I have learned to take in what is of use. It's too frustrating looking at somebody's notes who didn't get what you were doing. If somebody says, 'This stinks, and here are all the reasons,' that's not going to help you.
There was a time when all the actors were saying, 'We should get residuals on videogames.' I just kept going, 'You don't have any idea what goes into making a game, do you?'
If the only people who can succeed in politics are people who go in at 25, that'd be too bad. That'd be a shame.
As a teenager, I used to travel everywhere with my guitar. I appreciated the fact it was with me, but it was always an absolute pain to carry around - even though, in those days, you could take in on a plane as hand luggage.
Growing up, all my friends used to say 'Naturi, you are so dramatic!' and I would think to myself, 'Thank you!'