If someone says something hurtful to you or makes you feel down on yourself, then you just gotta stay positive and keep moving forward because they might not know much about you, or they may not understand the situation.
I have never given others a chance to exploit me.
Being able to taste failure, it makes you kind of want to throw up. It makes you just hate the game.
The enemy online is fast. They are ruthless. They prey on the vulnerable and disenfranchised. They use the very best of innovation for the most evil of ends.
I use Chanel Hydra Creme as a cream.
I think retirement is a little bit like death. I want to always be incredibly engaged and challenged, but in climbing, you do have to be realistic that your body won't be able to keep up forever.
I find in L.A. that you ask people how they're doing, and the immediate answer is, 'Oh, I'm very busy,' as if busy is the goal.
Hopefully I'll have a lot of success.
I had to be honest in my songwriting for it to be where it is, and it's always scary wondering if anyone will connect with that.
I'm not a big video game dude though, but I like 'Madden.'
We have to move into the 21st century, but we should do so with great care to build a 'bi-literate' brain that has the circuitry for 'deep reading' skills and, at the same time, is adept with technology.
The same kinds of stereotypes and hunches that George Zimmerman used when deciding that, you know, Trayvon Martin seemed like a threat in his neighborhood, law enforcement officers employ all the time.
If there were creatures on Uranus - and I don't think there are - seasonal affective disorder would be a lifetime thing.
My cousin used to make fun of me for liking stuff like C+C Music Factory. I didn't have any tapes; I just liked their song on the radio. We liked that because that was what we had access to.
'Pinocchio's Revenge' was pretty bad. I was basically a stunt double for a doll.
President Donald Trump seems to have made me an alien.
I once took a ride to the beach in L.A., and all along the shore there were all these so-called jazz places. And I saw these college guys and session players playing this fusion Muzak stuff. It was just a lot of notes, and the more notes they played, the more it kept them from expressing anything. So I came back home and got out my Zeppelin albums.
Federal government has forced a one-size-fits-all model on our education system.
We can take a 'It was hard to get there.' But we ain't taking no loss. We're going to win.