Might Have Been Quotes by Marsha Petrie Sue, Colin Firth, David Cone, Tony Hillerman, Hillary Clinton, Lauren Barnholdt and many others.
Stay away from what might have been, and look at what can be.
Doing a job, or even watching a film, can make a difference to your life, but I don’t think it ever has an explosive impact where your life will never be the same again. It kind of seeps into your life, and perhaps realise you’re a little more vigilant about certain things than you might have been.
This is the place to be. Baseball town. The intimacy of Fenway, the toughness of it. I like that. I’m used to it. I need it. If I went somewhere else, it might have been a bit of a letdown. I like the edge.
Although I wasnt able to get a visa for Vietnam, I was able to talk with swift boat veterans to get a feel for the time and place, and I visited a tropical prison in the Philippines to get a sense of what a Vietnamese prison might have been like.
Donald Trump talks us down. He makes disparaging comments about America. He calls our military a disaster. Well, it’s not, but it might have been if everybody else had failed to pay taxes to support our brave men and women in uniform.
You should never start thinking about ‘what might have been,’ and you should also never start thinking about another boy when you’re heartbroken over someone else.
Me and my brother, Illa Noyz. We was smoking weed. A ton of weed. I had a friend who at the time sold weed, and it was just there. And we just smoke and smoke. I think we had about… and remember, this is back in the day, this might have been when niggas were still smoking White Owls.
It has been remarked that almost every character which has excited either attention or pity has owed part of its success to merit, and part to a happy concurrence of circumstances in its favor. Had Caesar or Cromwell exchanged countries, the one might have been a sergeant and the other an exciseman.
James Edward Oliver might have been one of the great mathematicians of his time had he not been absolutely wanting in the power of continuous work.
There is more blood than paint upon these hands. All those thousands of men killed. We thought it would be a little job, and so it might have been if it had begun in the right way.
They might have been all-right people doing the best they could, but I got to tell you, you got a dead cat lying in your yard you ought to bury it. ThatвЂ™s my motto.
I got jumped into a gang, but I never shot anybody or anything. I might have been in the car when something happened, but I was involved in the gangs just for the drugs. After a while, I just became an outcast of the gang because I just liked the drugs. I just wanted to do more drugs, anything you put in my hand.
It is just as much a matter of chance that I am still alive as that I might have been hit. In a bomb-proof dug-out I may be smashed to atoms and in the open may survive ten hour’s bombardment unscratched. No soldier outlives a thousand chances. But every soldier believes in Chance and trusts his luck.
Sometimes I think if I had the same body and the same natural ability and someone else’s brain, who knows how good a player I might have been.
The information-deprived general populace might have been surprised this week to see a lower paycheck.
I was much affected by the internal troubles of the Punch family; I thought that with a little more tact on the part of Mrs. Punch and some restraint held over a temper, naturally violent, by Mr. Punch, a great deal of this sad misunderstanding might have been prevented.
I don’t think I was awake for much of my childhood. I did a lot of napping. This might have been a defensive measure against encroaching depression. Until about the age of eleven or twelve, I had zero interests other than trying to steal gumballs from supermarket gumball machines.