Quotes with interested
History real solemn history I cannot be interested in. Can you Yes I am fond of history. I wish I were too. I read it a little as a duty but it tells me nothing that does not either vex or weary me. The quarrels of popes and kings with wars or pestilences in every page the men all so good for nothing and hardly any women at all--it is very tiresome.
I am interested in physical medicine because my father was. I am interested in medical research because I believe in it. I am interested in arthritis because I have it.
An archeologist is the best husband any woman can have; the older she gets, the more interested he is in her.
I sang in a choir when I was 10 or 11, and learned to sightread single lines, but other than that I don't have a formal education. I picked up the guitar initially, playing folk tunes – Dylan – then I graduated to piano when I got interested in jazz, listening to people like Oscar Peterson, Dave Brubeck, Bill Evans, Thelonious Monk, and so on. The first electronic instruments started to become accessible in the mid-70s and I got my hands on a kit built synthesizer and never looked back.
Interview in 2012.
I want to know how God created this world. I am not interested in this or that phenomenon, in the spectrum of this or that element. I want to know His thoughts; the rest are details.
History has to be written because history is the selection of those threads of causes or antecedents that we are interested in.
I was like a lot of kids, looking for something to be interested in. Something to be passionate about. All you need is permission. Not only for Glee, but for anything in life.
About Glee casting in an interview published November 15, 2010.
I'm interested in the way in which the past affects the present and I think that if we understand a good deal more about history, we automatically understand a great more about contemporary life.
Time interview, Jan. 21, 1998
I'm not interested in making movies for everybody. I like making movies for myself and my friends and people with my sensibility.
Some guys are just very, very interested in their sport and their predecessors. I know I was a guy like that when I was a young coach. I wanted to know about George Halas, I wanted to know about Jim Lee Howell, guys you don't even know. I wanted to know what they were like. So I read whatever I could get my hands on.
Press conference, Nov. 29, 2006
I wouldn't say I'm a fan of it, because quite honestly, I'm more interested in films that deal with the human condition. Mission:Impossible is basically entertainment, and for what it is, it's fine. I don't think most actors become actors to do that type of film.
About his role in the Mission: Impossible movies.
We are not fond of praising, and never praise any one except from interested motives. Praise is a clever, concealed, and delicate flattery, which gratifies in different ways the giver and the receiver. The one takes it as a recompense of his merit, and the other bestows it to display his equity and discernment.
I don't know why a computer game can't be an art form just as a puppet show or an opera is. I'm still interested in computer games as something I would like to work on someday.
Talking about the game of Myst in an interview that originally was published in Spring 1997 issue of Talebones Magazine, downloaded from berserkerfan.org.
This will surprise some of your readers, but my primary interest is not with computer security. I am primarily interested in writing software that works as intended.
We are not interested in the possibilities of defeat; they do not exist.
We did a lot of grammatical analysis of ancient texts and that must have appealed to my taste. I was interested in philosophy before I knew I was. That's to say when I was at school I used to argue with my friends about issues that turned out to be philosophical ones of some kind.
Interview with Stuart Jeffries, The Guardian (November 29, 2002)
Unless the next stanza reads "Hoping to fry my brain to death, I smoked some primo crystal meth," I'm not interested.
House, The Softer Side. By Dr. Gregory House.