Back in the 1960s, I saw Peter, Paul and Mary. I was at that age, about 14, and I was mesmerized.
I'd get more applause than some because I was just seventeen. If they didn't clap at the end of my act I would limp off stage and boy would they feel guilty. They would all burst into tremendous applause as they saw this poor cripple kid walking off.
I came, I saw, I conquered
From record sales to sold out concerts.
When I was a kid, I never saw a puppet show. I never played with puppets or had any interest in them.
I was in a department store and I saw a weird-looking gadget. I asked the young saleslady what it was. She answered, "It doesn't do anything. It's just a Christmas gift."
A grapefruit is just a lemon that saw an opportunity and took advantage of it.
Veni vidi veni iterum! (I came, I saw, I came again!)
I never saw so many well-dressed, well-fed, business-looking Bohemians in my life.
I can't remember what the last film I saw was, as I can't smoke or drink in cinemas.
My background is that I've spent a lot of time marketing entertainment. One of the old saws in package goods is you can take something that is popular and you can make it more popular. But if you take something less popular, you can't automatically market it into the same success as something that's already popular.
Everything was sensory and I never saw the structure in anything.
I just saw the emotion in everything, so I got to feel everything that was going on and that I was viewing, but I couldn't think in terms of structure, which is the whole point of deep focus.