We say that life is sweet, its satisfactions deep. All this we say, as we sleepwalk our time through years of days and nights. We let time cascade over us like a waterfall, believing it to be never-ending. Yet each day that touches us, and every man in the world, is unique; irredeemable; over. And just another Monday.— Josephine Hart
Unpopular Monday Night quotations
Anything goes on any given Sunday, especially Monday Night.
Youth is like a long weekend on Friday night. Middle age is like a long weekend on Monday afternoon.
I grew up watching Monday Night Football with Howard Cosell and the other guys with my dad.
Monday Night Football. That was everything to me because you get a chance to show everybody what you're capable of. It's only two teams on that Monday night.
Before the first year, nobody gave it a chance.
Now, 36 years later, everybody knows Monday Night Football.
As a kid, there are some things you looked forward to.
You looked forward to Charlie Brown during Halloween and you looked forward to Monday Night Football.
"Antiques Roadshow" is my favorite show.
Every Monday night I have one hour of appointment television. I get the popcorn out and tell my husband, "don't bother me."
There are a lot more TV sets in use on Monday night than on Sunday afternoon.
Write what haunts you. What keeps you up at night. What you are unable to get out of your mind. Sometimes they are the hardest things to write, but those are often the things that are worth investigating by you specifically. . .
That was the absolute worst catch phrase I've ever heard in the history of Monday Night Raw.
I have to be alone very often. I'd be quite happy if I spent from Saturday night until Monday morning alone in my apartment. That's how I refuel.
Yesterday ended last night. Every day is a new beginning. Learn the skill of forgetting. And move on.
Every one of us has learned how to send emails on Sunday night.
But how many of us know how to go a movie on Monday afternoon. You've unbalanced your life without balancing it with someone else.
I can be very drunk in a club in Oxford on a Monday night and some guy comes up to you and buys you a drink and says that the last record you made changed his life. That means something.
I actually think the whole concept of retirement is a bit stupid, so yes, I do want to do something else. There is this strange thing that just because chronologically on a Friday night you have reached a certain age... with all that experience, how can it be that on a Monday morning, you are useless?
People build continuity into their life: Places, friends and goals.
We go to work on Monday with plans for Friday night, enroll as freshmen intending to be seniors and save money for retirement. We try to control what comes next and shape it to meet our will.
Arguing with the girlfriend. Mid argument she says "Were you on Monday night Raw last night?" I had no comeback.
Those three words, Monday Night Football, resonate like no other.
Well, just another thing that Michael Cole brings to Monday Night Raw, he invited Laycool here, for whatever reason.
I love football. My weekends are booked. Saturday college games and Sunday NFL and 'Monday Night Football.' Booked! Football is first, then basketball and then everything else.
Barack Obama knows that to create an economy built to last, we need to focus on middle-class families. Families who stay up on Sunday nights pacing the floor, like my dad did, while their children, tucked in bed, dream big dreams. Families who aren't sure what Monday morning will bring, but who believe our nation's best days are still ahead.
If we have nothing to do but service our own pleasure - because society has taught us that's all we're worth and we're exiled from positions of authority from which we could actually shape society - then we just become hedonists. Eventually, despite how great it may look on Saturday night, come Monday morning there's just purposelessness.
Oh yeah? What did you have last night?" "Turkey sandwich on wheat.
With a pickle." "And the night before?" "Turkey sandwich on wheat. No pickle." She giggled. "What was the last hot meal you cooked?" He pretended to rack his brains. "Uh...beans and franks. On Monday.
I think my real depressions started when I was about 16 and doing The Patty Duke Show. I would go to bed at about 10 o'clock on a Friday night and not get up again until 6:30 Monday morning.
Sometimes being lazy can get you in trouble.
You ever not take a shower all weekend, just lounge around, then you're running late for work on Monday? There's always one person at work: "Something smells like smoke in here!" "Uh, I went to a barbeque on Friday night. Only had 48 hours to take a shower. Busy."
We have dinner every single night, Monday through Friday, with our children.
We sit down around 6 or 6:30 and it's a family dinner - it's time to check in, just to be around each other.
Your ancestors fought for you to have a share in that institution over there.
It's yours. See the school board, and every Friday night hold your meetings there. Have your wives clean it up Saturday morning for the children to enter Monday. Your organization is not a praying institution. It's a fighting institution. It's an educational institution along industrial lines. Pray for the dead and fight like hell for the living!
The reality is we are 0-3. The reality is that we can still be a very good football team. We need to show that on Monday night.
A schedule so tight that it would only work if I didn't sleep on Monday nights.
My grandmother took me to church on Sunday all day long, every Sunday into the night. Then Monday evening was the missionary meeting. Tuesday evening was usher board meeting. Wednesday evening was prayer meeting. Thursday evening was visit the sick. Friday evening was choir practice. I mean, and at all those gatherings, we sang.
Well, I had started a program which is even longer running than this one in 1967 which was a jazz program called The Best of Jazz and that still goes out on Monday nights. That's been going for 33 years or something.
Al Michaels is a good announcer. I think Keith Jackson is a terrific announcer. I always loved him on Monday Night Football. I never understood why they got rid of him.
Obviously the way people watch TV has changed so much, too, that it's not necessarily about the ratings anymore. There's a different kind of time lapse; you put it out there and people absorb it at their speed, not just on Monday night at eight.
If anonymous [Donald] Trump campaign sources are to be believed, they`re pretty concerned he`s going to blow the big debate Monday night with an utter lack of preparation.