A bus station is where a bus stops. A train station is where a train stops. On my desk, I have a work station….— William Faulkner
Practical Bus Stops quotations
There comes a point in your life when you need to stop reading other people's book and write your own.
I'm willing to throw my body in front of the bus to stop bad ideas.
Bus stops are far more interesting and useful places to have art than in museums.
Sometimes the easiest way to solve a problem is to stop participating in the problem.
Standing at the bus stop sucking on a lollipop Once she gets pumping its hard to make the hottie stop
Honestly some folk will take offence at anything, I met a bloke with no legs this morning while at the bus stop, all I asked was "How are you getting on?"
I had done my first picture and I didn't have anything to do for awhile.
I was asked to come back to New York and do Bus Stop in the role of the cowboy opposite Kim Stanley.
Stop trying to calm the storm. Calm yourself, the storm will pass.
My great grandmother threw herself in front of a bus.
The police tried to say she was committed suicide but the family knew she was just trying to stop civil rights.
Literature transforms and intensifies ordinary language, deviates systematically from everyday speech. If you approach me at a bus stop and murmur Thou still unravished bride of quietness, then I am instantly aware that I am in the presence of the literary.
The energies of Lagos life- creative, malevolent, ambiguous- converge at the bus stops
Maturity is when you stop complaining and making excuses, and start making changes.
We have far too many kids. At one time in the playpen there was standing-room only. It looked like a bus stop for midgets. It used to get so damp in there, we'd have a rainbow above it.
I live to feel her fingers move inside of me like this.
The bus makes another stop. A fat man climbs aboard, hauling himself up the stairs. I would kill him for one more moment with her fingers inside me. I don’t have to. She gives me my moment for free. He lives because of her generosity. We all live because of her generosity.
Greyhound Bus Lines motto: "We Stop For Some Damn Thing Every 200 Yards."
Fear is what stops you. Courage is what keeps you going.
I slipped at a bus stop; I went one way and my hair went the other. That was the end of my wig.
Walking with Murphy through the bone-freezing chill toward the bus stop, I start shivering. And somehow, when he slips his arm around me to warm me up, it feels right. Righter than anything ever has.
I tell my staff, we're riding a tour bus around, and we're going to stop and look at some weird stuff - but we're taking our viewers around safely. They're just looking out the window at it. I'm trying to create a sense of comfort for my center audience.
Stop being afraid of what could go wrong, and start being excited of what could go right.
If one person starts crying, I'll cry.
If one person has no money, I'll give them mine. If I had a bicycle growing up, I always felt incredibly guilty when I see someone sitting at the bus stop.
People only know what you tell them.And it was true.People gave out their whole life stories to anyone and everyone without a second's thought.Stand at a bus stop,sit in a strange pub,get banged up,and someone would always give you their life story.It was as if they were trying to prove they existed
It feels great seeing posters everywhere, and bus stops promoting 'Black Nativity,' and billboards in Los Angeles. It's overwhelming. I can't wait for everybody to see what I got.
If you want to improve you self-worth, stop giving other people the calculator.
We are not better than native born Americans, and of course not smarter.
We’ve just been to the last stop of this bus.
If I meet someone at a bus stop, I want to really meet that person.
I don't want to be 'Hugh Jackman, the famous actor.'
I'll never forget John Heard doing Shakespeare In The Park with Raul Julia and Richard Dreyfuss. It was 30 years ago, I guess. It was Othello, and John Heard played Cassio, and while everyone else was "Acting!" Heard came on talking normal, and everyone in the audience was leaning in to follow him. I wasn't doing that in Bus Stop. I think in that performance, I was putting it out a little too much.
Stop focusing on how stressed you are and remember how blessed you are.
Bradford specifically there were a lot of Pakistanis there.
Even today it has a very large Pakistani population.It was something that I experienced - getting chased home from the bus stop after school by English kids, boarding school, being targeted for praying to what they call Allah wallah ding dong.
I can't stop some idiot from crashing into a building or blowing up a bus, I can only be your dad and give you a few pure truths. Number one, duct tape will save your life. Number two, Tupac is alive, but I need you to keep that on the DL because of Suge. And number three, don't be afraid of anything - except the television news because they're lying to you every night.
Justin Bieber's tour bus was stopped by Canadian border patrol agents.
And they found marijuana. The agents said Bieber was a disgrace to Canada and should never come back. Then they found the marijuana.
Never stop believing in hope because miracles happen everyday.
Actually, the only memory I have of being a Cub Scout was trying to get my hat back. That was all I did. Run back and forth at my bus stop going "Quit it."
I sleep equally well in a soft bed or on the grass beside the road.
If I am given food and shelter, fine. If not, I'm just as happy. Many times I am given shelter by total strangers. When hospitality is not available there are always bus depots, railroad stations and all night truck stops.... When no shelter is available to me, I sleep in the fields or by the side of the road with God to guard me.
In soaps, people come back from the dead all the time, to the point where death is just a bus stop.
The question isn't who is going to let me; it's who is going to stop me.
I’m one of those moms who’s at the bus stop with my camcorder every year, with my phone taking a million pictures as they get on the bus.
We're hard-wired by 200,000 years of evolution to be sensitive to the idea that someone might be watching us. They might be predators, after all. An uneasy feeling is perfectly natural if you suspect that someone has you in their ocular sights, whether it's a ghost or just some guy at the bus stop.
I like that Sarah Palin. She looks like the flight attendant who won't give you a second can of Pepsi ... She looks like the nurse who weighs you and then makes you sit alone in your underwear for 20 minutes ... She looks like a real estate agent whose picture you see on the bus stop bench ... She looks like the hygienist who makes you feel guilty about not flossing ... She looks like the relieved mom in a Tide commercial.
Don't stop until you're proud.
I went down to Houston and I stopped in San 'Antone, I passed up the station for the bus. I was trying to find me something, but I wasn't sure just what... man, I ended up with pockets full of dust.
It’s amazing how quickly something gets written.
Now, when it comes, it can be on a bus, or in a store. I’ve stopped in Macy’s and written on a dry-goods counter and then suddenly had a whole piece of writing for myself that was accomplished, where earlier in my life I felt I had to spend a week in a house somewhere in the country in order to get that. Conditions change.
Last week a former Royal Marine who is the boyfriend of the model Kelly Brooks crashed into a bus stop while driving a van carrying a load of dead badgers. I mention this solely to remind you that linguists are not kidding when they say … that your command of English enables you to understand sentences that have never occurred before in the entire history of the human species.
As the bus slowed down at the crowded bus stop, the Pakistani bus conductor leaned from the platform and called out, "Six only!" The bus stopped. He counted on six passengers, rang the bell, and then, as the bus moved off, called to those left behind: "So sorry, plenty of room in my heart - but the bus is full." He left behind a row of smiling faces. It's not what you do, it's the way that you do it.
When I was 23, 24, I used to have a really bad runny nose, mucus, tons of acne, reddishness all over. A woman on a bus I took looked at me and said I was lactose intolerant. She said: 'Stop dairy for three days, and all this is going to go away.' I stopped dairy, and sure enough it was gone three days later, never to return except when I get dairy accidentally.