Middle Class Life Quotes by Jarvis Cocker, Derek Raymond, Louise Erdrich, Andy Stern, Orson Welles, Aristotle and many others.
There isn’t much I find interesting to write about in middle-class life.
Anyone who conceives of writing as an agreeable stroll towards a middle-class life-style will never write anything but crap.
To be of mixed blood is a great gift for a writer. I have one foot on tribal lands and one foot in middle-class life.
Manufacturing and other unskilled professions that were union jobs, that allowed people to live a middle-class life, are disappearing both because unions are disappearing and because of the global nature of the economy.
The enemy of society is middle class and the enemy of life is middle age.
The most perfect political community is one in which the middle class is in control, and outnumbers both of the other classes.
The golden years become lower-middle-class life revisited. That’s a bittersweet ending.
I want people to know that movie stars live a normal, middle-class life.
You can choose a future where more Americans have the chance to gain the skills they need to compete, no matter how old they are or how much money they have. Education was the gateway to opportunity for me. It was the gateway for Michelle. And now more than ever, it is the gateway to a middle-class life.
I was married very young. I lived a very middle class life. I was married at age 21, divorced at 31. I didn’t sleep on people’s couches.
As a child I used to watch clouds, and in them, see faces, castles, animals, dragons, and giants. It was a world of escape–fantasy; something to inject wonder and adventure into the mundane, regulated life of a middle-class boy leading a middle-class life.
In real life I’m not the character I play in my films. I’m reasonably competent, I work very hard, I’m disciplined, I lead a very middle class life. I work in the mornings, I have lunch, I practise my clarinet, I go to the movies, I eat out in restaurants or watch ball games on television or at the ball games.
I’ve had people ask me in interviews what it’s like to have money, but that’s not how it is. I have a middle-class life. I have a room in London but not a house, nor a BMW.