Rock is finally dead. . . I am so sad that the next 15-year-old kid in a garage someplace in St. Paul, that plugs into his Marshall and wants to turn it up to 10, will not have anywhere near the same opportunity that I did. He will most likely, no matter what he does, fail miserably.

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By: Gene Simmons

Context:
KISS frontman Gene Simmons during an interview with Esquire Magazine that was conducted by his son, Nick. Simmons felt that because of what he says is a crumbling business model, including "file-sharing and downloading" by fans who believe they "were entitled to have something for free. . .rock is finally dead."

source: www.cnn.com,  

A horse! A horse! My kingdom for a horse!

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By: William Shakespeare

Context:
Act V, Scene IV of Shakespeare's Richard III, quoted in an AM New York article about the real Richard III's remains being found in excavations of a medieval friary under a city park in London, England. The discovery was made by a team from the University of Leicester.

source: AM New York,  

This whole thing of this 'war on drugs' and the mass incarcerations that have happened pretty much for the last 40 years has just decimated the black male population. It’s slavery. It's just slavery through and through, and it's just the same fear of the black male that existed back in the 1800s.

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By: Quentin Tarantino

Context:
The filmmaker said on the Canadian talk show George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight in December 2012, when discussing the racial issues brought up in his film Django Unchained.

It’s a brilliant, brilliant film, and every time I see it I can't believe the magic mixture of a great story and great acting and humour and action and suspense — wonderful cinema. The art of moving pictures is on every frame of this movie.

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By: George Lucas

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George Lucas said in a 2005 interview with The Telegraph, talking about Akira Kurosawa’s seminal epic Seven Samurai, which Lucas partially based the original Star Wars.

source: www.telegraph.co.uk,  

I don’t want to take a while off, I want to keep working. There’s some other scripts, and I eventually want to direct, so maybe when I’m not filming, I can be directing something because I learned so much from the people that I worked with.

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By: Lindsay Lohan

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Lindsay Lohan on why she didn't make a trip to Africa after shooting The Canyons, a journey she originally said she wanted to make after the film wrapped.

I needed time to figure out all the crap in my life that I’d created for myself, essentially, and I kind of realized, What am I doing? I like doing this. I like being here. This makes me happy. There was a line in the Elizabeth movie where she says, 'I'm so bored, I’ve never been taught what to do when I’m not working,' and I’m kind of figuring that out now.

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By: Lindsay Lohan

Context:
Lindsay Lohan talking to a reporter near the end of shooting The Canyons, a troubled micro-budget film project shot just after making an Elizabeth Taylor movie for Lifetime. Lohan's co-star in The Canyons was porn star James Deen.

It's not that I'm a Luddite and don't like technology; I've just never been interested. When I moved to L.A. in 1997, nobody really had cell phones, and I just never went down that path. And I'm in a slightly unique position because when I'm working - and I've been working pretty much continuously for the last 10 years - I'm never more than five feet from somebody who has a phone.

A lot of the things people amuse themselves with really are just toys for grown-ups, and it eats your time and pulls your concentration.

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By: Christopher Nolan

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Director Christopher Nolan (who's been at the helm of some of most technologically advanced films of his generation) talking about the reason he doesn't have an email address or a cell phone.

I ask you to think about how all these devices can bridge the remaining divides in the world. We don't have all the time in the world to do something serious about climate change. I think we can do it and make it good economics.

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By: Bill Clinton

Context:
Former President Bill Clinton at the end of a Samsung CES keynote focusing on mobile devices and advanced components, that also extending to the Samsung Hope for Children effort. TheFoundation educates children in the developing world and partners with the Bill Clinton Foundation. Clinton was appearing at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show, where he gave a 20-minute speech in Las Vegas at the Venetian Conference Center.

And it is an example of the kind of divisions that threaten the modern world. Is our diversity going to be a source of division or strength? Will we look at each other as adversaries or opportunities? In this too, the virtual world offers us an opportunity to come together and have an honest conversation.

Former President Bill Clinton speaking about technology at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show, said during his 20-minute speech in Las Vegas at the Venetian Conference Center.

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By: Bill Clinton

I have not invented a new style, composite, modified or otherwise that is set within distinct form as apart from this method or that method. On the contrary, I hope to free my followers from clinging to styles, patterns, or molds. Remember that Jeet Kune Do is merely a name used, a mirror in which to see ourselves.

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By: Bruce Lee