quote by Patrick Stump

Whatever notoriety Fall Out Boy used to have prevents me from having the ability to start over from the bottom again.

— Patrick Stump

Unexpected Notoriety quotations

After I saw how badly animals were treated to en up in our plates, how bad it was for our health and for the environment, I decided to stop this nonsense and educate others. After all, animals can’t talk and they need people that have notoriety like me to be their voices.

Who is this Monet whose name sounds just like mine and who is taking advantage of my notoriety?

I can’t think of any negative [aspects of working in the wrestling industry].

The positive are the money, the comradery, the prestige, the notoriety. A lot of pluses.

renown, n. A degree of distinction between notoriety and fame - a little more supportable than the one and a little more intolerable than the other. Sometimes it is conferred by an unfriendly and inconsiderate hand.

Being First Lady is playing supporting act.

I am not seeking notoriety and I am not seeking to grab the limelight.

As for being much known by sight, and pointed out, I cannot comprehend the honor that lies withal; whatsoever it be, every mountebank has it more than the best doctor.

Even the greatest actions of a celebrated person labor under this disadvantage, that however surprising and extraordinary they may be, they are no more than what are expected from him.

As far as my notoriety or whatever, I haven't been the star of a hit film.

NOTORIETY, n. The fame of one's competitor for public honors. The kind of renown most accessible and acceptable to mediocrity. A Jacob's-ladder leading to the vaudeville stage, with angels ascending and descending.

Fame, at one time, was associated with accomplishment, but in this day and age fame and notoriety have become confused.

You get to be famous or have some notoriety and there are so many people who want a piece of you.

To be known for one's saddest story is not the road to notoriety anyone would willingly choose.

Notoriety is often mistaken for fame.

Fame is one thing, notoriety is another.

Reputation is favorable notoriety as distinguished from fame, which is permanent approval of great deeds and noble thoughts by the best intelligence of mankind.

I hate politics and what are considered their appropriate measures.

I hate notoriety, public meetings, public speeches, caucuses and everything that I know of which is apparently the necessary incident of politics - except doing public work to the best of my ability.

Fame, or notoriety, whichever that special noise may be called when the world like a hound 'gives tongue' and announces that the quarry in some form of genius is at bay, is apt to increase its clamor in proportion to the aloofness of the pursued animal.

Women must pay for everything. They do get more glory than men for comparable feats, but, they also get more notoriety when they crash.

It takes very little fire to make a great deal of smoke nowadays, and notoriety is not real glory.

Most restaurants fail. The sad ones are stillborn. The mad ones flourish within the bustle and excitement of fame, notoriety, the thrill of the new. But they rarely sustain the glow. They are balloons kept aloft by a restless crowd. Only the strange, the freaks of restaurant perfection, can sustain life beyond a few years.

Men often mistake notoriety for fame, and would rather be remarked for their vices and follies than not be noticed at all!

I think a responsibility comes with notoriety, but I never think of it as power.

It's more like something you hold, like grains of sand. If you keep your hand closed, you can have it and possess it, but if you open your fingers in any way, you can lose it just as quickly.

Let your family, staff, and friends know that you're still the same person, despite all the publicity and notoriety that accompanies your position.

Do not confuse notoriety and fame with greatness.

. . . For you see, greatness is a measure of one's spirit, not a result of one's rank in human affairs.

Rock musicians, and a vast array of popular-music musicians, due to their wealth, acquired through the mass of their notoriety, are able to be listened to and heard and thus are able to effect change on an international level.

You have to work in this business on your own terms. Don't sell out for money, fame, or notoriety.

I've never personally criticized anyone else's music, but I know that the public's real problem is not the music I make but the perception that I play simple music for money only and for the notoriety and to increase my popularity.

It was hard to turn down the money since I didn't have a job, but I didn't want to exploit my notoriety because I knew the way I'd been living was wrong.

The Olympics are great for notoriety right off the bat, but your body of work is what people remember you for.

It is not without reason that fame is awarded only after death.

The cloud-dust of notoriety which follows and envelops the men who drive with the wind bewilders contemporary judgment.

Fifteen Minutes of Notoriety Beats the Best Advertising Money Can Buy

Whatever pretended pessimists in search of notoriety may say, most people are naturally kind, at heart.

It is the way of the superior man to prefer the concealment of his virtue, while it daily becomes more illustrious, and it is the way of the mean man to seek notoriety, while he daily goes more and more to ruin.

Loneliness, tenderness, high society, notoriety, you fight for the throne and you travel alone.

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