Sometimes loneliness makes the loudest noise.
Are you an idiot, or an idiot?' Gargarin hissed. 'The first one. I really resent being called the second.
-Oh yes? Can you identify yourself? -Certainly. I'd know me anywhere.
I have a love / hate relationship with things and places the same way I do with people. And I’m getting tired of this place, feeling as if each corner here is asking me to leave; Leave and never come back again …
The real glory is being knocked to your knees and then coming back. That's real glory. Thats the essence of it.
Books can teach you many nice comebacks.
My come-out record, '10 Day,' was the thing people were supposed to hear and figure out 'he's good' or 'he's not good.' 'Acid Rap' is the comeback tape, and it asks way bigger and better questions than, 'Is he good at rapping?'
Looking back, yes, I made too many comebacks. But each comeback I was 100 percent sure that I would win. I never came back for the money, because I didn't need it. The adulation I was getting anyway in other spheres. But I'm a guy who likes to see how close he can get to the edge of the mountain - that's what makes me tick.
Don't say Aretha is making a comeback, because I've never been away!
I did a lot of good work with my trainer and the physio in Barbados, and they were tremendous help to me during my comeback period.
The mullet has made a comeback, of sorts, and it looks great on young people. But I think if I was walking round with a mullet 25 years later I'd just look like a bloke who's stuck in the 80s.
There is nothing as sweet as a comeback, when you are down and out, about to lose, and out of time.
It's been phenomenal, but everybody keeps congratulating me on my resurgence and my big comeback. I haven't been away, guys. I've been working steadily for the last 63 years.
To admit you want to have a comeback means you have to admit you weren't what you were supposed to be. You dropped below your own standard.
To have a comeback, you have to have a setback.
Art is going to make a bigger comeback than ever. That's the upside to things getting challenging.
Well, Marx is having a comeback. I hear him mentioned a lot in terms of the global financial situation and the general sense of injustice out there. A lot of economic experts in America refer to him without actually using the M word, but he's around.
I don't have any particular desire to see words making a comeback. They are of their era, after all, and that is their identity - they form part of the linguistic color of a period.
By making a comeback, I'm changing the attitude of people toward me. If I'd known that people would react so enthusiastically, I'd have done it years ago.
When you are injured, you need to strengthen yourself very well to make a comeback very confidently.