friendship, Bill Clinton
quotes with the word "uh"
This is, uh, my pot. My liquid pot.
When we're flying Southwest, there's been a few times when they came over the intercom and said, 'Sorry folks, we're out of beer,' and uh, I know why that is. It's because me and my band are on the plane.
Internet is uh, that massive computer network . . . The one that's becoming really big now.
We respected one another so damn much . . . Now that doesn't mean I didn't get so mad at him that I wanted to kick him in the, uh, groin.
Uh, no, no. I would love to have found some way to be in a J.J. Abrams movie . . . I wish he could have found a way of including me. I guess it's difficult to do. So I'm not part of the films, much to my regret. They've got some wonderful people, including the guy playing Captain Kirk. Meantime, I'm doing my thing here. I'm gainfully creating.
You know we armed Iraq. I wondered about that too, you know. During the Persian Gulf war, those intelligence reports would come out: "Iraq: incredible weapons â€“ incredible weapons." "How do you know that?" "Uh, well â€¦ we looked at the receipts. But as soon as that check clears, we're goin' in. What time's the bank open? Eight? We're going in at nine. We're going in for God and country and democracy and here's a fetus and he's a Hitler. Whatever you fucking need, let's go. Get motivated behind this, let's go!"
So â€¦ uh â€¦ I'd better explain the tits. Um â€¦ didn't have those at school. Wanted to, but not in the school curriculum â€¦ even though I asked.
Ugh... recycling old art for a younger generation doesn't make you an artist. It makes you an art teacher. I unabashedly love writing and performing pop music for both myself AND everyone around me. That's it. It doesn't need any extra sauce. . . . uh oh guys the art police is here. (sic).
He didn't have a good memory, that's why he'd say, 'Uh... uh...' and push the button.
Francis Ford Coppola
We’ll go anywhere to find a play. And that one -- uh, Muschamp at Florida, no â€¦ Auburn. They ran it. Give Gus Malzahn credit.
Every time I come to this state, I think 'Yeah, I'm going out among a bunch of wingers and clingers, a bunch of good folks proudly clinging to their guns, their God and their Constitution,' . . . It amazes me that our president condemns us. I wanna ask him someday, 'President Obama, uh, you know those crazy radical Muslim terrorists over there? When are you gonna tell them to quit clinging to their guns and religion?'
I love it when Blake comes over to my house, and, uh, you haven't been over in a while.
'Cause I thought this was a free country and shit where you can express yourself but uh it's so weird. . . I would express my opinion, I would always get in trouble . . . It just makes me feel that they don't want nobody to express their motherf***ing opinion. This is very motherf***ing awkward to me.
Russell [Simmons]'s uniform in those days was like what a substitute teacher wears - like, a tweed jacket with arm patches. He wore penny-loafer shoes. I think, at the time, he wanted to give off the air of, uh, professionalism . . . Once I met Russell, he would take me to Disco Fever, Broadway International, different parties. When we started the Beasties, we would play in all these places in Queens and the Bronx. The Beasties had a youthful swagger about them, and they were always really stylish - each one of them had his own style, and they always had the coolest T-shirts and the coolest tennis shoes.
If you think about embarrassment, scale of one to 10. One is just like being a person walking down the street, and 10 is, for me, uh, co-hosting the Oscars with James Franco. Which, by the way, which is only tied with having, being honored to accept an Oscar whilst wearing a dress that I knew made it looked like my nipples were erect.
Um ... I would say that ... it's hard to know, uh, because I haven't heard the latest briefing on that to know all the details -- I mean, I read the paper and all but.
Uh, yeah...I was wildin' that night.
Bless their hearts, those, uh, those haters out there . . . They don't understand that it, it invigorates me. It wants me to get out there and defend, uh, the innocent. It makes me want to work so hard for justice in this country.
He's trying to really be a part of something and feels more comfortable with the fantasy that he could actually be a part of something . . . I still think it's a struggle for him and I never think that he quite has it under control. I think in this, he's as close to having a normal life as he possibly could, which might include some romance. Um, but, uh, uh, you know... is that ever possible for Banner really is the question.
There was somebody between me and her. Look, I shook hands with that guy . . . uh, the lieutenant governor, Wu!
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