J Harlen Bretz quotes

  • Columbia University, where I went to study in 1993, insisted its undergraduates learn a foreign language, so I discovered French.

  • Columbia tried to put me behind other groups, so I didn't wanna wait, they let me out of the contract and I'm glad they did.

  • There's been a tremendous amount of work that's been done that you can't see in Columbia.

  • I learned quickly at Columbia that the only eye that mattered was the one on the camera.

  • It was a debacle which swept the Columbia Plateau.

  • When I arrived at Columbia, I gave up acting and became interested in all things French. French poetry, French history, French literature.

  • I teach a course in screenwriting at Columbia, but I've never taken a course and I've never read a book about it!

  • The purpose of Plan Columbia was to deal with the increased cultivation and illegal activity associated with that cultivation concerning narco trafficking in Columbia.

  • I grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia.

  • Finding out exactly what went wrong is key toward preventing future debacles.

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