Our strategy is one of preventing war by making it self-evident to our enemies that they're going to get their clocks cleaned if they start one.
Genius is always allowed some leeway, once the hammer has been pried from its hands and the blood has been cleaned up.
I once thought that I was the only man that persevered to be the friend of the white man, but since they have come and cleaned out our lodges, horses, and everything else, it is hard for to believe the white man any more.
Just look at who won the third debate between Bush and Gore. I knew Bush won, because people liked him more. People just didn't like Gore. But all the journalists thought Gore won big, he cleaned the guy's clock.
A lot of history is just dirty politics cleaned up for the consumption of children and other innocents.
I never was a person who wanted a handout. I was a cafeteria worker. I'm not too proud to ask the Best Western manager to give me a job. I have cleaned homes.
I grew up in a military family, and there's something about that military-style uniform, all cleaned up, a brutal control effort the military necessarily breeds.
I suppose my little Martin acoustic guitar is quickly becoming a prize possession. It's a lovely guitar. I bought it at the Cambridge Folk Festival in 2001 before I had cleaned up.
Me and my partner, Conway Twitty, cleaned up at the 1972 Country Music Association Awards.
In the period where I had to live the life of a citizen - a life where, like everybody else, I did tons of laundry and cleaned toilet bowls, changed hundreds of diapers and nursed children - I learned a lot.
This house better get cleaned up in six months. The swamp is going to have to be drained pretty quickly.
I'd like to see the bay cleaned up before I die.
I started noticing how stained the pavements are in London. The pavements in Beverly Hills aren't used; in London, they're used for everything. It doesn't matter how much they're cleaned, they still reflect light.
I cleaned up my act because otherwise I would have kicked the bucket.
I'm having surgery today to have my face cleaned up. But it will take some fancy stitching to make me all beautiful again!
My cousin cleaned out a shotgun for me and let me carry it around the house, because he said, 'Anybody who knows anything about guns is going to know in a second if someone has held a gun before.' I didn't want to be that person. I wanted to be practiced.