— Fred Dibnah English steeplejack and television personality, with a keen interest in mechanical engineering 1938 - 2004
— Timothy Leary American psychologist 1920 - 1996
„“The media have gone berserk.”
“The media always go berserk. A kid falls off a bike in Montana, they’re all over it. Until something else happens.”“
— Jack McDevitt American novelist, Short story writer 1935
Chapter 32 (p. 292)
„Veganism is the fastest growing lifestyle movement — and with good reason. Lots of people are loving the amazing benefits of living a vegan lifestyle. I like to say that becoming vegan is a bit like learning to ride a bicycle. At first, it can be challenging. You may wobble, you may fall off, you may be worried about how you look to others. But once you learn the ropes, it’s so satisfying that you can’t believe there was ever a point in your life when you didn’t ride a bike.“
— Hilary Rowland
“5 Reasons I Love Being a Vegan”, in Urbanette (January 2016) http://urbanette.com/5-reasons-i-love-being-a-vegan/.
— Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking Glass
„You can't start worrying about what's going to happen. You get spastic enough worrying about what's happening now.“
— Lauren Bacall American actress, model 1924 - 2014
— Peter Greenaway British film director 1942
"105 Years of Illustrated Text" in the Zoetrope All-Story, Vol. 5 No. 1.
„People seem to find it hard to believe, but I'm a very serious person. It wasn't luck that I became a ballplayer. I never wanted to be anything else and I never considered anything else and I worked my tail off for it. To say that I don't have any worries or nerves is the opposite of the truth. I worry about not being able to get around on the fast ball any more, I worry about getting hurt and having to quit playing before my time. I worry about the bowling alley I own with Phil Rizzuto making money. I worry about keeping Carm happy so she won't be sorry she married me, about the kids growing up good, and about keeping out of trouble with God. I worry a lot. I'm nobody's mascot, either. Sure, I like to get along with people and I hope I've made friends, but that's different.“
— Yogi Berra American baseball player, manager, coach 1925 - 2015
From Yogi: The Autobiography of a Professional Baseball Player; reproduced in "Berra Dispels Li'l Abner Myth."
— Charles Bukowski, The Last Night of the Earth Poems