Going To Work Quotes by Margaret Atwood, Paul Bremer, F. Murray Abraham, Shane West, Jay Leno, David Letterman and many others.
We’re facing growing climate change, more floods, more droughts, more crisis on a planetary level, and the systems we put in place in the twentieth century are just not going to work. We’ve run out of stuff. Our big problems are going to be energy supplies and food supplies. This is not a right-left issue.
I hope they’re going to learn, and as a result of our response, that it isn’t going to work. They’re not going to change our life, they’re not going to have us throw out our Constitution, and they’re not going to chase us out of the Middle East.
All the stuff that you visualized that was going to work so beautifully, you discover is trashed, so you jump to something else.
Certain people just go home and veg out, certain people go travel the world and certain people are like, “Screw this, I’m going to work the entire time.”
A fitness instructor in Maine has been charged with running a prostitution business out of her Zumba dance studio. Authorities first got suspicious when they saw guys going to work out at a Zumba dance studio.
Critics of the Wall Street protesters claim that they have old ideas, nothing new, and they’re never going to work. Wait a minute., that sounds like this show.
The irony is, going to work every day became the subject of probably my best poetry.
The people in power will not disappear voluntarily, giving flowers to the cops just isn’t going to work. This thinking is fostered by the establishment; they like nothing better than love and nonviolence. The only way I like to see cops given flowers is in a flower pot from a high window.
It’s often a matter of sitting in front of the computer and worrying. It’s what writing comes down to–worrying that things aren’t going to work out.
My administration is going to work with everybody in the African-American community in the inner cities, and what a big difference that is going to make. It’s one of the things I most look forward to doing.
So the first thing in democracy, people must have satisfaction. If you don’t have satisfaction, it’s not going to work out.
There used to be a huge hole in my life that I wrote many albums about. I didn’t realise it was a wife-and-daughter-shaped hole. They’ve plugged that gap. Everything I do, I do for them now. When daddy goes to work, it’s daddy going to work, not Rob going to work. I feel like there’s a purpose to everything.
Marlon once said to me about being an actor: Can you imagine going to work every day and pretending to be someone else?
I think governments are quietly terrified. There’s massive unemployment, a recession they don’t know how to deal with, and the measures they’ve taken are not working yet, and maybe they’re not going to work. There’s a prospect of significant social disorder.
That ideology was never going to work, was it? It was just cobbled together from different beliefs: The anti-intellectualism of the Khmer Rouge, the religious persecution of the Nazis, the enforced beard-wearing from the world of folk music, and the segregation and humiliation of women from the world of golf.
I was one of the few people who thought Star Wars was going to work, and I hadn’t even seen any special effects.
So different groups have different definitions, and then they clash on those. So it takes adept leadership to say we’re going to work through these.