It's too nebulous. You can't understand anything. They keep saying, 'It's coming; it's coming.' It isn't here.
One of the best things you can do in a situation like this is to show them a lot of kindness. They are being taken from their homes and being carted up in the air and then dropped with a bunch of strangers. When you are nice to them, they can smile.
She understood what the struggle was about. You become aware. It hits you in the stomach and then a cop hits you on the head.
They're very tight. They're excited to play together. It's like a little family we have here.
We work it out like that so we both have more involvement in it. He knows the aspect of the defense and I know the offense he does. We get along perfectly.
I think people need housing. And there's empty buildings, I think people should live in there. If you want to call them squatters, trespassers, hey, I call Wall Street thieves!
What motivated me? My mother. My mother was an immigrant woman, a peasant woman, struggled all her life, worked in the garment center.
The United States, per capita, at a certain period in its history, had the most junkies of any country ever in the world - right after the Civil War. The most brutal war, the greatest amount of casualties that America's ever had.
The struggle goes on. The victory is in the struggle, for me. And I accepted that a long time ago.
My secret for success? I don't know what the hell success means.
But find something that you absolutely love doing. And then get to love the way you do it. That's the uniqueness of all of us. That's it.
I went to all the Love-Ins. I took my kids. I enjoyed myself.
I'm for everyone having the opportunity to accept a 50,000 bribe.
Oscar Wilde said the rich and the poor are equal - they can both sleep under the bridge. Right? Do they have a right? You're damn right they have a right!
I was an organizer in the Food, Agricultural and Tobacco Workers Union down in North Carolina.