Cecile McLorin Salvant
I remember in school - in elementary school - I used to recite poems. We'd have to recite poems. And I would always just, like, roll on the floor, like, just make it such a huge, melodramatic portrayal of whatever it was.
I hate losing. I hate getting beat. Im not used to it.
Dee Dee Ramone
I used to be a hairdresser.
North Carolina used to be reliably red. Now it's a battleground state.
I deal with what "is," not with what I wish was or not with what was or used to be.
I used to believe that we could change the media. I was as naive as anybody.
Used to rock a throwback ballin on the corner, now I rock tailored suit lookin' like a owner.
My mum used to say to me, 'you can't have
fun all the time,' and I used to say, 'why not?'.
Why... can't I have fun all the time?
We know now that Donald Trump's comments are actually being used to recruit and radicalize on the Internet.
I have never lost my temper. I let out my venom in my writing if I have to, but person-to-person, I have never lost my temper, never used abusive language.
I have two skateboards, but I don't get to use them much. I have a snowboard, which I've never used.
I used to say: "Everything is Representation Theory". Now I say: "Nothing is Representation Theory".
You must have goals in your life, or otherwise be prepared to be used by those who do have them.
If we forget what used to be, then we’ve lost an ability to really be sensitive to our surroundings.
It's not the subject of narration that interests me, but the structure. That's why I stay in touch with my old works, which I reread regularly. I don't hesitate to take up previously used images or even whole scenes.
I don't have the same access or time to gain access to music the way I used to.
My dad was an Arsenal supporter and he used to take me there, but I've always been Chelsea.
I realized I was trying to be friends with somebody who I used to be with but who I didn't get along with. I'm really big on that. I need to be friends with everyone that I've ever had a relationship with.
The quick success was a bit strange to get used to.
DC used to print up all of their pages, they were the only company that did it.
This is just me. Get used to it.
Everybody makes personal decisions that are right for them and if you're in political life, you're used to having those analyzed.
I used to be friends with Miles Davis. He didn't like many folks. I lived across the street from him.