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Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: People try to force things. It's disastrous. Just People try to force things. It's disastrous. Just leave your mind alone. Your intuition knows what it wants to write, so get out of the way. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Most men jump at the chance to give Most men jump at the chance to give up everything for nothing. There's nothing we're so slapstick with as our own immortal souls. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: It's bad to get up early, stand at It's bad to get up early, stand at your typewriter and work, then find it's nothing and take a bottle to bed. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: I never ask anyone else's opinion. They don't I never ask anyone else's opinion. They don't count. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: It's important to read a book, but also It's important to read a book, but also to hold the book, to smell the book ... it's perfume, it's incense, it's the dust of Egypt ... — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: And besides, I like to cry. After I And besides, I like to cry. After I cry hard it's like it's morning again and I'm starting the day over. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Give a man a few lines of verse Give a man a few lines of verse and he thinks he's the Lord of all Creation. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: A conglomerate heap of trash, that's what I A conglomerate heap of trash, that's what I am. But it burns with a high flame. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Libraries are the center of our lives. There's Libraries are the center of our lives. There's no use going to a university if you don't live at the library. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: The Internet is a big distraction. It's distracting, The Internet is a big distraction. It's distracting, it's meaningless; it's not real. It's in the air somewhere. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Sherri Rabinowitz: Because of what I loved at 7, I Because of what I loved at 7, I still get jobs in my 60's. Guess who got the job? Crazy Ray.
Ray Bradbury — Sherri Rabinowitz
Bradbury's Quotes By Hal Duncan: Ray Bradbury's entire oeuvre exemplifies the crumbling of Ray Bradbury's entire oeuvre exemplifies the crumbling of SCIENCE FICTION into the open interplay of science fiction, fantasy and horror. — Hal Duncan
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: I suppose it's an unconscious little stream of I suppose it's an unconscious little stream of wit that flows quietly under everything I do or say. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: If you want to be a good writer, If you want to be a good writer, be the best writer in the world. That's what I've done. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: went to the Rock to hide my face went to the Rock to hide my face And the Rock cried out, "No Hiding Place, There's no Hiding Place down here. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Who has more pockets than a magician?A boy.Whose Who has more pockets than a magician?
A boy.
Whose pockets contain *more* than a magicians?
A boy's. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: That's friendship, each playing the potter to see That's friendship, each playing the potter to see what shapes we can make of the other — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: First grade is very cheap. It's the later First grade is very cheap. It's the later grades where you have to spend a lot of money if you don't do it right. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Jump and let's build our wings on the Jump and let's build our wings on the way down — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Brian K. Vaughan: The Government's supposed to be there for people The Government's supposed to be there for people when nobody else is, right? But it never works like that. — Brian K. Vaughan
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: I'll hold on to the world tight some I'll hold on to the world tight some day. I've got one finger on it now; that's a beginning. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: That's the good part of dying; when you've That's the good part of dying; when you've nothing to lose, you run any risk you want. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: We have everything we need to be happy, We have everything we need to be happy, but we aren't happy. Something's missing. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: I'm being ironic. Don't interrupt a man in I'm being ironic. Don't interrupt a man in the midst of being ironic, it's not polite. There! — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: It doesn't matter if being so alive kills It doesn't matter if being so alive kills a man; it's better to have the quick fever every time. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: The critics are generally wrong, or they're fifteen, The critics are generally wrong, or they're fifteen, twenty years late. It's a great shame. They miss out on a lot. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: What's the point of having a library full What's the point of having a library full of books you've already read? — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: I don't want to change sides and just I don't want to change sides and just be told what to do. There's no reason to change if I do that. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Malcolm Bradbury: Madness, genius, originality - it's all the same Madness, genius, originality - it's all the same thing; it's a breaking of our normal value structure and the substitution of another one. — Malcolm Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Congratulations.''For what? Breathing? That's a habit, not a Congratulations.'
'For what? Breathing? That's a habit, not a virtue. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: When you grow up in science fiction you When you grow up in science fiction you grow up in everything! It's the greatest and only field worth growing up in. It's the total field. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Live in the library, for Christ's sake! Don't Live in the library, for Christ's sake! Don't live on your goddamn computers and the internet and all that crap. Go to the library! — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Space travel is life-enhancing, and anything that's life-enhancing Space travel is life-enhancing, and anything that's life-enhancing is worth doing. It makes you want to live forever. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: it's just how you look at it, Charlie. it's just how you look at it, Charlie. Things are what you want them to be. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: That's the great secret of creativity. You treat That's the great secret of creativity. You treat ideas like cats: you make them follow you. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: It's a lonely life, but you're used to It's a lonely life, but you're used to it now, aren't you? — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Everything is my demon muse. I have a Everything is my demon muse. I have a muse which whispers in my ear and says, 'Do this, do that,' but it's my demon who provokes me. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: There were only the great diamonds and sapphires There were only the great diamonds and sapphires and emerald mists and velvet inks of space, with God's voice mingling among the crystal fires. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: God, how we get our fingers in each God, how we get our fingers in each other's clay. That's friendship, each playing the potter to see what shapes we can make of each other. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Your mind's always juggling, isn't it?-mirrors, torches, plates. Your mind's always juggling, isn't it?-mirrors, torches, plates. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Enemies come, too, from opinions and thoughts. In Enemies come, too, from opinions and thoughts. In five seconds you've made an enemy for life. Life's so short enemies must be made quickly. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Science and religion have to go hand in Science and religion have to go hand in hand with the mystery, because there's a certain point beyond which you say, "There are no answers." — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: I'm the thing you most desire, you represent I'm the thing you most desire, you represent the thing I least desire, death. It's just the opposite of love. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Malcolm Bradbury: One is congenitally a woman; one tries not One is congenitally a woman; one tries not to be, but it's a question of one's humanity. — Malcolm Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: It's a lot of funnels and a lot It's a lot of funnels and a lot of water poured down the spout and out the bottom, and them telling us it's wine when it's not. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: But no man's a hero to himself. But no man's a hero to himself. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: I love to write. It's all I do. I love to write. It's all I do. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Why would you clone people when you can Why would you clone people when you can go to bed with them and make a baby? C'mon, it's stupid. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: It's the Lord's space and the Lord's worlds It's the Lord's space and the Lord's worlds in space, Father. We must not try to take our cathedrals with us, when all we need is an overnight case. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: But with the library, it's like catnip, I But with the library, it's like catnip, I suppose: you begin to run in circles because there's so much to look at and read. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Tim Kreider: Him a first edition of Ray Bradbury's Dark Him a first edition of Ray Bradbury's Dark Carnival and another who thinks I owe — Tim Kreider
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: You can make yourself happy or miserable - You can make yourself happy or miserable - it's the same amount of effort. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: It's not books you need, it's some of It's not books you need, it's some of the things that once were in books. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Whatever she is now she's better than she Whatever she is now she's better than she was," said Bedloe. "Being dead is better than being dull, being dead is better than not being aware. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Out of the nursery into the college and Out of the nursery into the college and back into the nursery; there's your intellectual pattern for the past five centuries or more. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Those who live in the best cliffs think Those who live in the best cliffs think they are better than us. That is always man's attitude when he has power. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Write a short story every week. It's not Write a short story every week. It's not possible to write 52 bad short stories in a row. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: The Animal does not question lif. It lives. The Animal does not question lif. It lives. It's very reason for living is life; it enjoys and relishes life. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: I'm antisocial, they say. I don't mix. It's I'm antisocial, they say. I don't mix. It's so strange. I'm very social indeed. It all depends on what you mean by social, doesn't it? — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: I don't see myself as a philosopher. That's I don't see myself as a philosopher. That's awfully boring. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: That's all science fiction was ever about. Hating That's all science fiction was ever about. Hating the way things are, wanting to make things different. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Malcolm Bradbury: After all, the function of a vacation is After all, the function of a vacation is regenerative, not luxurious. It's to restore our equipment so that we can live our ordinary lives better. — Malcolm Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Those who don't build must burn. It's as Those who don't build must burn. It's as old as history and juvenile delinquents. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: It's just ... It's just, if I didn't It's just ... It's just, if I didn't see these windows until today, what else did I miss? — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: I have four daughters and eight grandchildren. My I have four daughters and eight grandchildren. My soul lives on in them. That's immortality. That's the only immortality I care about. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Sure, it's money runs the world," Doone agreed, Sure, it's money runs the world," Doone agreed, seated there. "But it is music that holds down the friction. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: The local TV news is the greatest danger The local TV news is the greatest danger in your life. It's all crap. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: There's no reason to burn books if you There's no reason to burn books if you don't read them. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: There's no one way to be creative. Any There's no one way to be creative. Any old way will work. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Anything that's strange is no good to the Anything that's strange is no good to the average American. If it doesn't have Chicago plumbing, it's nonsense. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: It's always someone else's husband dies, they say It's always someone else's husband dies, they say — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: It's lack that gives us inspiration. It's not It's lack that gives us inspiration. It's not fullness. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: We can't be good unless we know what We can't be good unless we know what bad is, and it's a shame we're working against time. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: We all have our harps to play. And We all have our harps to play. And it's up to you now to know with which ear you'll listen. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Malcolm Bradbury: Well, aren't you just saying it's better to Well, aren't you just saying it's better to be neurotic, sensitive, and miserable than unimaginative, adjusted and content? Is it really better? — Malcolm Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: See the world. It's more fantastic than any See the world. It's more fantastic than any dream made or paid for in factories. Ask for no guarantees, ask for no security. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: They're Caesar's praetorian guard, whispering as the parade They're Caesar's praetorian guard, whispering as the parade roars down the avenue, 'Remember, Caesar, thou art mortal. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Beer's intellectual. What a shame so many idiots Beer's intellectual. What a shame so many idiots drink it. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Do you ever read any of the books Do you ever read any of the books you burn?"
He laughed. "That's against the law!"
"Oh. Of course. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: A life's work should be based on love. A life's work should be based on love. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: It's not going to do any good to It's not going to do any good to land on Mars if we're stupid. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Montag wanted to fly near the sun and Montag wanted to fly near the sun and now that he's burnt his damn wings, he wonders why — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: You don't have to turn on the TV You don't have to turn on the TV set. You don't have to work on the Internet. It's up to you. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: You ask Why to a lot of things You ask Why to a lot of things and you wind up very unhappy indeed, if you keep at it. The poor girl's better off dead — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: There's no use going to school unless your There's no use going to school unless your final destination is the library. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: All of the good, weird stories I've written All of the good, weird stories I've written are based on things I've dredged out of my subconscious. That's the real stuff. Everything else is fake. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Where strangers scanned each other's faces and found Where strangers scanned each other's faces and found yesterday's sunrise instead of tomorrow's midnight. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: no man's a hero to himself. no man's a hero to himself. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: I don't have a computer. A computer's a I don't have a computer. A computer's a typewriter. I already have a typewriter. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Don't listen," whispered Faber. "He's trying to confuse. Don't listen," whispered Faber. "He's trying to confuse. He's slippery. Watch out. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: And the odd think in Dad's voice was And the odd think in Dad's voice was the sound truth makes being said. — Ray Bradbury
Bradbury's Quotes By Ray Bradbury: Far away, in the meadow, shadows flickered in Far away, in the meadow, shadows flickered in the Mirror's Maze, as if parts of someone's life, yet unborn, were trapped there, waiting to be lived. — Ray Bradbury