It's part of the gift and the curse of coming behind my brother. I'm not afforded the luxury of just taking a set casual, taking the night off. Because if I bomb, it's, 'Oh, he's not funny - he's just doing it because of his brother.'
Sometimes I'll jot a clever turn of phrase down. Sometimes I'll just remember it.
I want to be a public servant, not a politician.
You cannot predict public taste. That's why I always just trusted mine.
I cannot be clearer about this. I am not in politics, let alone Labour's shadow cabinet, to keep things as they are.
I can switch between different moods easily.
I would say I am more comfortable in the centre of midfield. But when you are at a big club like Liverpool, you maybe get played in positions with which you might not be so familiar. But you have got to learn the different roles, because it gives you a better opportunity to play.
Ultimately, I will do my best - whatever is possible - for this great nation.
I'm used to dealing with pressure.
I want to record, tour, and just live life.
Come election time, black and white politicians put on their costumes of compassion and care, shake black hands, kiss black babies, sing 'We Shall Overcome' in black , and pray that we will ignore the reality of everyday suffering and the damage that is being done to our future in exchange for our votes.
I feel like Dr. Death.
I am thrilled to be on a Marvel Netflix show. I'm excited that we're getting to watch this kind of content... It's groundbreaking.
I realized, at a certain point, all my big people were dying. I couldn't see a clearer picture: what's the difference between me and him, of me being in a casket?
Horror fiction shows us that the control we believe we have is purely illusory, and that every moment we teeter on chaos and oblivion.
As far as the destiny of the character, I just play them until they're gone. I try not to get too involved.
I am a politically motivated person, and that will come through in the music.
No person can be more deeply sensible than myself of the danger of entangling alliances with any foreign nation. That we should avoid such alliances has become a maxim of our policy consecrated by the most venerated names which adorn our history and sanctioned by the unanimous voice of the American people.
The former pension minister, the Liberal Democrat Steve Webb said I was trying to abolish the lump sum. Instead, we are going to keep the lump sum and abolish the Liberal Democrats.