We like to look sixteen and bored sh*tless.
I had a picture of myself when I was a kid, how I'd look when I got old. I look in the mirror and think, This is pretty much it.
In the case of a person, ... you know, I was 10 once. I was 15 once. I was 20 once. I was 30 once. And now I'm in my 50s. So I am who I am today. But I'm also all of those other things. And I will be more than that in the future. But I'm each one of those things.
Arthur, be a good Latter-day Saint, do your job, and everything will be fine.
Dollar savings freed up at Eielson are dollars available for use elsewhere
Either way, by realigning Eielson, the overhead to run the base is substantially reduced.
There's going to be a state-wide initiative to get public works involved in mutual aid just like fire and police, but right now, we're not able to do that.
We have to report any accident with our vehicles to our police department.
There's so much negative bullshit being forced down people's throats in the marketplace, we really wanted to create a thing of beauty that will stand the test of time, and hopefully add something positive to people's lives.
Playing music is the best thing in the world. It makes show business almost bearable.
As I recall, my life as a child was so all-consuming that I barely had time to consider the future.
I'm compelled to paint nearly every day. I just felt like making a painting, went out and bought paints and a canvas. Now it fulfills me creatively when I'm not doing music: it's something you can do by yourself and it's totally yours. It's a great adjunct to my life.
You try things on in life. You wear them for a while, and you see what's next.
When you're a kid, you have this feeling like you're indestructible. Your mortality doesn't even occur to you. But as time goes by, you realize, 'I better cut this out or that out if I want to continue to exist.
I've been around the block a couple of times, and the guy I am now is the guy I like to be.