„I just can’t believe anyone would start a band just to make the scene and be cool and have chicks. I just can’t believe it.“

As quoted in Option (1992-01-02).
Interviews (1989-1994), Print

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American musician and artist 1967 - 1994

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„Could this have just happened?... I can’t believe that … Some Power put all this into orbit and keeps it there.“

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Exclaimed regarding the order in the universe. Cited in Awake! magazine (June 22, 1999).

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„I just can’t wrap my head around it – I don’t want to believe it’s real – and nothing I can say will serve his memory any justice right now. I’m just f-ng sad sad.“

—  Adam Goldstein American DJ 1973 - 2009

Samantha Ronson, club DJ DJ AM’s Friends Pay Tribute http://www.showbizspy.com/article/191155/dj-ams-friends-pay-tribute.html.

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„It’s just life. You can’t beat life.“

—  Alice Munro Canadian novelist 1931

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„You can’t be prejudiced just because it’s big budget.“

—  Gwyneth Paltrow American actress, singer, and food writer 1972

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„Make no mistake: I didn’t create the scene, I just witnessed and transcribed it.“

—  J.M. DeMatteis comics illustrator 1953

"Changing the Channel" (11 June 2010) http://www.jmdematteis.com/2010/06/changing-channel.html
Context: We’re not really the authors of our work: we’re channels, tuning into another frequency, another dimension, and bringing that information down into the physical world, where — using the tools, the talents and perspectives that are uniquely ours — we transcribe and embellish that information, transforming it into that wonderful creature called a Story.
In the end, it doesn’t matter whether the transmission is instant or unfolds slowly, it’s the opening up that’s so magical. That moment of realizing that you’re connected to something so much bigger than yourself. I remember, years ago, when I was just beginning work on Moonshadow, standing in the shower — mouth open, eyes glazed, still as a statue — watching the ending of the series play out on the movie screen of my psyche. Make no mistake: I didn’t create the scene, I just witnessed and transcribed it.

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