"Years" Sayings and Quotes
For 50 years - that is, for most of my adult life - I worked tirelessly for the two-state solution in the face of countless frustrations, both on the part of the Israeli governments and the Palestinian Authority.
It came about as follows: over the years when I was involved in dianetics, I wrote the beginnings of many stories. I would get an idea, and then write the beginning, and then never touch it again.
I played a nerdy guy on 'CSI: NY' for nine years. I want to be bad for a while. I want to be really, really bad.
I have a whole closet in my house that's dedicated just to jackets and coats, stuff that I've collected over the years.
Once every five hundred years or so, a summary statement about poetry comes along that we can't imagine ourselves living without.
After 'Lindbergh,' my publisher asked whom I wanted to write about next. I said, 'There's one idea I've been carrying in my hip pocket for 35 years. It's Woodrow Wilson.'
However, I should perhaps add that during the 20 years I have been back in Cambridge, I have been actively involved in the teaching of undergraduates, as well as of course supervising research students.
I've had problems with my throat over the years, playing with loud bands for years, and I've had bruised vocal chords and nodules.
My first gig was a Corn Pops commercial. I did the first Vanilla Coke campaign. A Juicy Fruit commercial paid my bills for years.
I can't keep playing 10-11 months a year and keep being sharp after 15 years of international cricket.
I worked at Planned Parenthood for eight years, rising through the ranks from volunteer escort to clinic counselor to clinic director.
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Don't get me wrong: school is good and all, but school is way too slow for me. Like, super slow. So I didn't want to go. I wanted to learn on my own with real life experiences.
I don't think I can remember a moment in my life where people didn't discuss politics. People discuss politics at the table.
The greatest and most important problems of life are all fundamentally insoluble. They can never be solved but only outgrown.
The physical part was one thing. Whatever - I broke my face; that'll heal. The mental aspect was the biggest shock to the system. You just don't know how to experience stuff like that. You don't have any control over it, either. It's just how your body and brain reacts to something like that happening.
I was given an incredible gift growing up in the Chelsea, a space where it is completely fine to be yourself - you just had to figure out what that was. You didn't have to figure that out in the face of opposition at every turn.
Young Hollywood can absolutely feel like high school sometimes, which is hard, but it's part of life. If you get enough humans involved, there is bound to be a little drama.