We should not have a tin cup out for something as important as the arts in this country, the richest in the world. Creative artists are always begging, but always being used when it's time to show us at our best.— Leontyne Price
Bumbling Tin Cup quotations
Like if like a cup of tea... it's all in how you make it.
The War on Drugs employs millions - politicians, bureaucrats, policemen, and now the military - that probably couldn't find a place for their dubious talents in a free market, unless they were to sell pencils from a tin cup on street corners.
When a defining moment comes along, you define the moment, or the moment defines you.
Handle your future with care. A full cup must be carried steadily.
Sex and golf are the two things you can enjoy even if you're not good at them.
Think of Divine Abundance as a mighty, refreshing rain.
Whatever receptacle you have at hand will receive it. If you hold up a tin cup, you will receive only that quantity. If you hold up a bowl, that will be filled. What kind of receptacle are you holding up to Divine Abundance?
Always remember that, nine times out of ten, you probably aren’t having a full-on nervous breakdown – you just need a cup of tea and a biscuit. You’d be amazed how easily and repeatedly you can confuse the two. Get a big biscuit tin.
Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless, like water. If you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. You put it in the teapot, it becomes the teapot. Water can flow or it can crash. Be water my friend.
There's a delicious irony in seeing private luxury jets flying in to Washington, D.C., and people coming off of them with tin cups in their hands saying that they're going to be trimming down and streamlining their businesses. There's a message there.
You can always tell when someone's lying to you, because they're male.
I asked if I could read for the role of Kevin Costner's caddy in Tin Cup.
It was a fun learning experience, even though Cheech Marin got the part.
Life is like a cup of tee, it's all about how you make it.
You have two choices, [Plouffe] told Obama.
You can stay in the Senate, enjoy your weekends at home, take regular vacations, and have a lovely time with your family. Or you can run for president, have your whole life poked at and pried into, almost never see your family, travel incessantly, bang your tin cup for donations like some street-corner beggar, lead a lonely, miserable life.
...So they are trying to do something about it. They are not doing it by seeking charity. They are not begging at the welfare office. They are not, like many of their employers, lobbying the halls of Congress with their gold plated tin cups asking to be paid for not growing crops. They are trying to do it in the way that millions of other Americans have shown is the right way-organization, unionism, collective bargaining.
I'd love to do a golf movie. I turned down Don Johnson's role in 'Tin Cup.' I regret that.