Orthodoxy is the diehard of the world of thought. It learns not, neither can it forget.— Aldous Huxley
Heartwarming Diehard quotations
My favorite musical? I don't. It changes all the time. I'm just a diehard, I'm totally old school, like I'll sit and watch, if they are re-doing Oklahoma in New York, I will be the first one there.
I live a very quiet life, although I'm very urban and a diehard New Yorker
I'm open to sci-fi, but I was never a diehard fan.
I have no idea why it keeps following me. I'm extremely lucky, I guess; it's a lucrative venue.
In reality, there is no such thing as not voting: you either vote by voting, or you vote by staying home and tacitly doubling the value of some Diehard's vote.
I have Bob Dylan lyrics on my ribs. I'm a diehard Dylan fan, and my dad and I joke that if I ever met him, I'd have him sign his name right under my tattoo and then I'd run to the parlor to get his signature tattooed.
My audience is a diehard audience. They are dedicated. My audience always follows me and sticks with me. They're the reason I'm still here - in the films and in stand-ups.
The fans in Connecticut are just one of a kind.
Not to take away from the fans of any other sport in any other country, but the fans in Connecticut are just diehard fans that you don't get very often and you don't see very often.
When I heard him speak at the DNC [in 2004] I started supporting him.
Then I endorsed him on the anniversary of my father's assassination this year. So I am a diehard [Barack] Obama supporter.
People tweet me all the time and tell me how much they love it, how they can't wait for the show to come back on, that they're addicted to the show. So that's really rewarding. As an artist, we're all looking for that connection to an audience and when you find people as diehard as our fans are - it's sort of like finding the holy grail.
I thought I'd never do film, let alone television. I was a diehard theater nut.
I'm a diehard animal lover - I've always loved animals - but it was just one of those trips that I felt like I was going back to the beginning of where earth started. At the time, where a lot of stuff was brewing anyway, to be in such a beautiful and barren land, and just looking at how life began with all these creatures, I just started to really think about animals and time and just all of it.
I grew up a diehard Yankees fan.
I have my diehard R&B fans on one side of the spectrum and my diehard pop and dance fans on the other side of the spectrum.
The people that keep coming back every year are diehards.
I'll go out there to host a panel and I know half of the audience. I see them, every year, and they come back for more because they believe in us. That's one of the coolest things.
Sometimes diehard fans expect so much that they're never happy no matter what they get.
I live for the Red Sox. I thoroughly enjoy them. For whatever reason, baseball has been a lot more fun for me in recent years. I loosely follow the Patriots and I root for them. I loosely follow the Celtics and then it gets to playoff time and I don't miss a game. Same with the Bruins. I'm not the diehard fan anymore.
I was very personable and outgoing and was friends with most everybody in my class but I was a diehard dancer so I was constantly at dance classes and working toward my passion of dance.