Bruce Conner quotes

  • When I was in New York it was like a maze, a rat maze, going from one little box to another little box and passing through passageways to get from one safe haven to another.
    -- Bruce Conner

    #New York #Safe Haven #Mazes

  • I had a tremendous horror of going into the Army. That is probably why I went to college for so long.
    -- Bruce Conner

    #Army #College #Long

  • With the Ford Foundation grant all of a sudden instead of being an artist that had made a couple of short films, I became a filmmaker who dabbled in the arts.
    -- Bruce Conner

    #Art #Couple #Foundation

  • I grew up about 60 miles northwest of New York, in Middletown, NY.

  • I've never had a treehouse because I live in New York City. It would be a little bit hard to fit a treehouse in a New York City apartment.

  • This is a core principle of my presidency - if you threaten America, you will find no safe haven.

  • We will send an additional 475 service members to Iraq. As I have said before, these American forces will not have a combat mission - we will not get dragged into another ground war in Iraq. But they are needed to support Iraqi and Kurdish forces with training, intelligence and equipment.

  • The wall, safe haven for what is forbidden, gives a voice to all those who would, without it, be condemned to silence

  • When I was in New York it was like a maze, a rat maze, going from one little box to another little box and passing through passageways to get from one safe haven to another.

  • The positive news is that the British economy is continuing to grow and is creating jobs. And it is positive news too that at a time of real international instability we are a safe haven in the storm.

  • The man of character, sensitive to the meaning of what he is doing, will know how to discover the ethical paths in the maze of possible behavior.

  • We [fiction writers] are much more of a maze than we are a motorway. Things are always in flux, they're always in movement, they're always twisting back on each other. I think the straight line is such a lie.

  • . . . hummings and clickings could be heard-the sounds attendant to the flow of electrons, now augmenting one maze of electromagnetic crises to a condition that was translatable from electrical qualities and quantities to a high grade of truth.