Knowing Too Much Quotes

Knowing Too Much Quotes by Tim Pratt, George S. Patton, Alfred North Whitehead, Matthew Lewis, George Horace Lorimer, Steven Sebring and many others.

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But you know me-I’m an information magpie, always interested in shiny bits of intel. I’ve never gotten in trouble because of knowing too much.
Tim Pratt
Many soldiers are led to faulty ideas of war by knowing too much about too little.
George S. Patton
Shakespeare wrote better poetry for not knowing too much; Milton, I think, knew too much finally for the good of his poetry.
Alfred North Whitehead
I’m not a big fan of people knowing too much about me.
Matthew Lewis
If there’s anything worse than knowing too little, it’s knowing too much. Education will broaden a narrow mind, but there’s no known cure for a big head. The best you can hope is that it will swell up and bust.
George Horace Lorimer
I like not knowing too much about somebody I’m photographing, because the process also becomes an experience for me to learn about .
Steven Sebring
When we were growing up and saw a Ray Harryhausen movie, we were interested in how it was done. But thank God we got to go through the magic of seeing it before we knew how it was done. You were able to get this beautiful, pure, visceral response to something without knowing too much about it.
Tim Burton
I’m always going to look and refer to things and remember things differently than perhaps a real or honest viewer can. I’m tainted with knowing too much. But I still very much love it.
Kevin D. Williamson
I always worry that knowing too much about a novel or a story early on in writing will close it down – it feels fatalistic in some way.
Dan Chaon
…weary of k knowing too much and understanding too little.
Jan Karon
Knowing too much of your future is never a good thing.
Rick Riordan
Knowing too much about other people puts you in their power, they have a claim on you, you are forced to understand their reasons for doing things and then you are weakened.
Margaret Atwood
I totally agree. I hate knowing too much when I’m going to the cinema and watching as a viewer. I don’t want to know that the actor has just gone through a divorce. I don’t want to know that the person is an alcoholic. It just gets in the way of my pleasure of watching the character on the screen.
Keira Knightley