The Problem With Quotes by Mary Karr, Molly Crabapple, Angus Macfadyen, Evan Sharp, Craig Venter, Noah Hawley and many others.
I think the problem with visual media like TV is that they’re reductive.
The problem with doing physically ambitious art is that to view it, you still have to be in your physical body.
This is the problem with politicians. They spend all their time making these speeches and pretending to have integrity but all they are doing is toeing a party line. It is so disgusting.
The problem with images is obvious, they are two dimensional. Our vision at Pinterest is to use what’s great about images, use the users taste to make good decisions but also to make sure to give them that information to make sure they get a more holistic understanding of what they are looking for.
The problem with existing biology is you change only one or two genes at a time.
‘Legion’ is meant to be a show that is a state of mind. But the problem with TV is that there are commercials. There’s a hypnotic quality to the way we put it together. I need to get you out of your life in the first seven minutes of that show.
The problem with certainty is that sometimes it can sound cold and heartless, although it is the most compassionate and supportive answer.
The problem with being British… I don’t know if it’s me being British or being raised a strict Catholic, but you never really enjoy success.
The problem with money issued by any government is that its only value is what those in charge decree.
The problem with the standard American diet, a primary cause of our current obesity epidemic, is the fact that the majority of foods consumed are high in calories and low in micronutrients.
The problem with today’s world is that hate is normalized.
The problem with revenge is that it never evens the score. It ties both the injured and the injurer to an escalator of pain. Both are stuck on the escalator as long as parity is demanded, and the escalator never stops.
I read recently that the problem with stereotypes isn’t that they are inaccurate, but that they’re incomplete. And this captures perfectly what I think about contemporary African literature. The problem isn’t that it’s inaccurate, it’s that it’s incomplete.
The problem with working under an outside label is that your music never seems to reach the right people.
The problem with liberal Protestantism in America is not that it has not been orthodox enough, but that it has lost a lot of religious substance.
I can’t create music if I’m wearing a mask and not being myself, and that was the problem with The Czars.
I have phobias of everything you can name, but the problem with hypnotism is handing control over to someone else – and that is one of my phobias!