Madness Quotes (1982 Quotes)

    What makes you mad is they knew on Saturday what was going on, but chose not to do anything about it, ... If NASCAR really wants to fix this, take 100 points away from them. If I cost Mark 100 points, he wouldn't let me put that stuff back on his car.

    We knew he could be mad. It wasn't like we didn't mow the lawn when we were supposed to. But we also hoped that since he taught us all of this and raised us to be good, maybe someday the light bulb will come on.

    I'd rather be labeled as a big hitter. I'm not mad. I'm glad I am considered a big hitter because that's rare. It's hard to find safeties who will put their head in there on every play.

    You don't know if the person you're wrestling with has a weapon, ... So every time someone throws a bottle across the room and everything gets crazy, your heart definitely jumps a little.

    He's predictable in a good way. He doesn't make crazy, high-risk plays. He follows the system and is responsible in knowing what he has to do. And he has good speed, is strong on his skates and finishes his hits when they're available. He does all the little things well, so he's earning more and more ice time by proving himself.

    Our district is crazy. I've never seen anything like this year in my 18 years. All eight teams are capable of getting the number one seed. This victory will certainly help us get closer to that.

    It definitely puts a strain on family life - I miss them like mad. Being a working mother I've been juggling house and career from day one. I want to hold out for telly for the second half of the year.

    Museums, museums, museums, object-lessons rigged out to illustrate the unsound theories of archaeologists, crazy attempts to co-ordinate and get into a fixed order that which has no fixed order and will not be co-coordinated It is sickening Why must all experience be systematized A museum is not a first-hand contact it is an illustrated lecture. And what one wants is the actual vital touch.

    I saw the tape and I saw that I hit him. It wasn't intentional. When he hit me, I thought he was crazy. But I just want to say I'm sorry. You know how I play. It wasn't intentional.

    It was a total mistake on both parties. Our student wasn't in the right position, and he wasn't under the right mentality. And Amadou, who's a good kid, probably made a mistake pushing him. You want your fans to be crazy, but I really think this was a mistake.

    The human heart cries out for help the human soul implores us for deliverance but we do not heed their cries, for we neither hear nor understand. But the man who hears and understands we call mad, and flee from him. Thus the nights pass, and we live in unawareness and the days greet us and embrace us. But we live in constant dread of day and night.

    The deal was my fault. I made a mistake and I should have known better (than to) go over there and try to apologize. He's mad. He's running third on the last lap and got taken out, so I would have been mad, too.

    But they'll nor pinch,
    Fright me with urchin-shows, pitch me i' th' mire,
    Nor lead me, like a firebrand, in the dark
    Out of my way, unless he bid 'em; but
    For every trifle are they set upon me;
    Sometime like apes that mow and chatter at me,
    And after bite me; then like hedgehogs which
    Lie tumbling in my barefoot way, and mount
    Their pricks at my footfall; sometime am I
    All wound with adders, who with cloven tongues
    Do hiss me into madness.

    Democrats are right, by the way, when they complain about the way President Clinton's judicial nominations were handled by Republicans. We bottled them up in the Judiciary Committee, which was the functional equivalent of a filibuster. It was crazy, but the cycle of retribution needs to end.

    The long-term vision is to replace, repair and regenerate failing tissues and organs with the materials of tissues and organs. It's still 'out there,' but it's possible to put together a grant proposal now that doesn't sound completely crazy.

    The past six months have definitely been crazy, ... I'm really trying to settle down now. And that's one of the comforting things about training camp. It's all about basketball for me now.

    Early this morning I was just sleeping in bed and going over and over and it just doesn't seem real. And just punching that thing, I felt its rubbery feeling of the shark. And I could see the little black dots on its nose just really up close. It was just crazy.

    What does Ian think about this new addition to the family Well, he thought we were a little crazy, ... He had this curious grin on his face when we told him. He is quite interested, though, in traveling to Nepal with us.

    I've been, I think, able to stay grounded in such a crazy business, and I attribute that a lot to my family, and especially to my mother. Because, you know, she just was always there to kind of remind me of what priorities should be. O.K., yes, I'm an artist, I'm a performer, but I'm a sister, I'm a daughter, I'm a granddaughter, I'm an aunt. Those things have to be as important, if not more important, than my career.

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