"Stand Up" Sayings and Quotes
I'm not a stand up at all, it's such a fear of mine. My sister does it, and she's really great at it.
If you want to truly stand up for women's reproductive rights, then stand against birth control. Because nothing says anti-woman more than birth control.
The rule of the game was never assume that anybody, however honorable, would be able to stand up under torture. If Mr. X, who knew where I was, was caught for some reason, I should move.
I started out being a stand up and writing my own material. That took me to 'Talk Soup,' where I was writing and performing for TV.
I charge my wealthy clients a lot and put 10 per cent in a fund which I use to pay the expenses of my poorer clients. When the government gangs up on the poor schnook in the street, someone has to stand up for him.
Would-be drug companies must either produce medicines that stand up to federal scrutiny, demonstrate that their data has value to other companies, or go out of business.
To force a change, sometimes you need to stand up. You know what you're worth - rather than what your employer is paying you.
I am the type of person who relishes the chance to stand up and perform under pressure; I have had to do that my whole career.
So now is an opportunity for us to stand up and have a good, strong immigration policy to make sure that E- Verify becomes mandatory and we have got to train and properly equip our Border Patrol.
I was so shy, I couldn't stand up in front of people and speak. Now I'm in the next big three Bollywood movies.
If you can't be president - if you cannot stand up and represent Americans, you should not be president.
I'm not a fighter. If there's something going on that I really feel strongly about, I'll certainly stand up but I pick my battles.
If the hairs on my neck stand up while I'm writing, I figure the reader will get the same kind of shock.
I've got three daughters and I'm going to stand up for them and support them in whatever they want to do.
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We want to take the energy surrounding the Sandy Hook anniversary that might otherwise be consumed by grief or anger - or this week in San Bernardino by fear - and channel some of that to honor our common humanity and love each other.
My sister's name is Hennessy, so everybody used to be, like, 'Bacardi' to me. Then I shortened it to Cardi B. The 'B' stands for whatever, depending on the day... beautiful or bully.
I'd like, each time out as a writer, to reinvent who I am and what I'm doing. That's one of the great pleasures and rewards of the occupation.
I think that things like Twitter and the blogosphere are so instantaneously critical that I think it's actually created a bit of a culture of artistic fear to branch out too much because you don't want to be slammed.
I learned early in my career to not let myself get in the way of humor but, instead, find what is great in a talented person.
Cancer is a disease where the patient can contribute a great deal of help himself if he or she can retain their morale and their hopes.
I never got any training in how to write novels as an English major at Oberlin, but I got some great training for writing novels from anthropology and from Margaret Mead.