quote by Nas

It's a thin line between paper and hate, Friends and snakes, nine millis and thirty-eights, Hell or the pearly gates...I was destined to come, Predicted, blame God, He blew breath in my lungs.

— Nas

Cheerful Thirty Eight quotations

Thirty eight quote Fall seven times, stand up eight.

Fall seven times, stand up eight.

I haven't been able to slam-dunk the basketball for the past five years.

Or, for the thirty-eight years before that, either.

I wanted to live in Paris and write nothing but fiction and be perfectly free.

I had decided all this had to be settled by the time I was thirty, and so I gave up my job and moved to Paris at twenty-eight. I just held my breath and jumped. I didn’t even look to see if there was water in the pool.

Thirty eight quote Fall seven times, stand up eight!

Fall seven times, stand up eight!


Eighteen might look at thirty-four through a rising mist of adolescence, but twenty-two would see thirty-eight with discerning clarity.

If something is boring after two minutes, try it for four.

If still boring, then eight. Then sixteen. Then thirty-two. Eventually one discovers that it is not boring at all.

A review of seventy-four clinical trials of antidepressants, for example, found that thirty-seven of thirty-eight positive studies [that praised the drugs] were published. But of the thirty-six negative studies, thirty-three were either not published or published in a form that conveyed a positive outcome.

Thirty eight quote Fall seven times get up eight

Fall seven times get up eight


A good Dianetic auditor can take a broken-down, sorrow-drenched lady of thirty-eight and knock out her past periods of physical and mental pain and have on his hands somebody who appears to be twenty-five-and a bright, cheerful twenty-five at that.

The world moves, but we seem to move with it.

When I studied physiology beforethere were two hundred and eight bones in the body. Now there are two hundred and thirty- eight.

In timing a film, we used to assume that sneaks move slowly.

This was great for animators-thirty-six to forty-eight drawings for a single step-but it was sheer hell for the pace of the picture. So the rapid tiptoe was invented.

Thirty eight quote In ten sessions you will feel the difference, in twenty you will see the differe

In ten sessions you will feel the difference, in twenty you will see the difference, and in thirty you'll have a whole new body.

At the age of eleven, I began Euclid, with my brother as my tutor.

This was one of the great events of my life, as dazzling as first love. I had not imagined there was anything so delicious in the world. From that moment until I was thirty-eight, mathematics was my chief interest and my chief source of happiness.

Though I acted in hundreds of productions, appeared at the Guthrie Theatre and on Broadway in Amadeus, I discovered in my thirties that I didn't really like stage acting. The presence of the audience, the eight shows a week and the possibility of a long run were all unnatural to me.

I came to Christ when I was thirty-eight. That transformed my life.

Thirty eight quote Of course, my father was a soccer player. He used to play very good. Then I was

Of course, my father was a soccer player. He used to play very good. Then I was young, eight or nine years, ten years old, I just want to be like my father.

We'll be eight degrees hotter in ten -- not ten, but thirty or forty years, and basically none of the crops will grow. Most of the people will have died and the rest of us will be cannibals.

Aching familiar in a way that made me wish I was still eight.

Eight was before death or divorce or heartbreak. Eight was just eight. Hot dogs and peanut butter, mosquito bites and splinters, bikes and boogie boards. Tangled hair, sunburned shoulders, Judy Blume, in bed by nine thirty.

When a person is accustomed to one hundred and thirty-eight in the shade, his ideas about cold weather are not valuable.

That's why I made a comeback in 1988.

I knew there were chances of not making it, but I didn't want to end up at sixty years old and say I should have tried when I was thirty-eight.

The cruellest thing you can do to Kerouac is reread him at thirty-eight.

Feeling attractive didn't come until I was 29.

.. What is it about a woman being in her late 30s that brings out the "Oh, my gosh, are you worried?" questions? Worried? What about? Thirty-eight, 39, 40, 50! Great! Still alive!

To Armenians, half Armenians, quarter Armenians, and one-eight Armenians.

Sixteen and thirty-second Armenians, and other winners, are likelier to be happy with a useful book

Eighteen might look at thirty-four through a rising mist of adolescence;

but twenty-two would see thirty-eight with discerning clarity.

I won twenty-eight games in thirty-five and I couldn't believe my eyes when the Cards sent me a contract with a cut in salary. Mr Rickey said I deserved a cut because I didn't win thirty games.

I've been close to Bette Davis for thirty-eight years - and I have the cigarette burns to prove it.

I wrote poetry for seven or eight years, maybe longer, before I could say I was a poet. If people asked, I'd say I wrote poetry; I wouldn't go further. I was in my mid- to late-thirties before I felt that I was a poet, which I think meant that I had begun to embody my poems in some way. I wasn't just a writer of them. Hard to say what, as a poet, my place in the world is. Some place probably between recognition and neglect.

My oldest brother was stabbed thirty to forty times and strangled to death with his own belt when I was eight years old. Much of my life has been pockmarked with violence. So I had a natural interest in the topic, along with a strong home-field advantage.

Oh, look at this. NBC/Wall Street Journal: "Thirty-eight percent of the American people say [Donald] Trump's comments about women disqualify him from being president."

It's the face itself that I love, not that face at twenty-eight or thirty-four or forty-three. It's that face.

And at thirty-eight a brilliant exponent of arms and a knight of the great fighting and religious Order of St John, the Chevalier de Villegagnon had absolutely no use for common sense himself, but respected it in the laity.

My mother married my father in 1956. She was twenty-eight, and he was thirty-one. She loved him with a fierce steadiness borne of loyalty, determination, and an unyielding dignity.

I'm so much more confident and sexy at thirty-eight than I ever was when I was eighteen or twenty-four.

Oh, my gosh, thirty-eight hundred children are going to die tomorrow.

What am I going to do to actually save some of them?

Is it not a thing most abominable, that God who feeds so many mouths, should be held in such low esteem by me, that I will not trust him to feed me? Yea, that a guilder, thirty-eight cents, should be valued more highly than God, who pours out his treasures everywhere in rich profusion. For the world is full of God and his works. He is everywhere present with his gifts, and yet we will not trust in him, nor accept his visitation.

It took thirty-eight years before 50 million people gained access to radios.

It took television thirteen years to earn an audience that size. It took Instagram a year and a half.

Basically, I realized I was living in that awful stage of life between twenty-six to and thirty-seven known as stupidity. It's when you don't know anything, not even as much as you did when you were younger, and you don't even have a philosophy about all the things you don't know, the way you did when you were twenty or would again when you were thirty-eight.

Mrs. Zuppa was coming in from bingo just as I was leaving the building. "Looks like you're going to work," she said, leaning heavily on her cane. "What are you packin'?" "A thirty-eight." "I like a nine-millimeter myself." "A nine's good." "Easier to use a semiautomatic after you've had hip replacement and you walk with a cane," she said. One of those useful pieces of information to file away and resurrect when I turn eighty-three.

The sun was a toddler insistently refusing to go to bed: It was past eight thirty and still light.

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