Eileen Collins Quotes

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Eileen Collins Quotes By Frank Oppenheimer: There are two things that people [are surrounded There are two things that people [are surrounded by and] avoid trying to understand. One is music, and the other is electricity. Frank Oppenheimer
Eileen Collins Quotes By Eileen Collins: I don't think of myself as being a I don't think of myself as being a woman and having anything to prove, Eileen Collins
Eileen Collins Quotes By Warren Ellis: Drinking is fun! It makes me feel horrible Drinking is fun! It makes me feel horrible and sexy! Warren Ellis
Eileen Collins Quotes By Henry Webb: We know that all things work together for We know that all things work together for the good of those who love God: those who are called according to His purpose" (Rom. 8:28). Henry Webb
Eileen Collins Quotes By Eileen Collins: I wanted to apply to the astronaut program I wanted to apply to the astronaut program after the Challenger accident — Eileen Collins
Eileen Collins Quotes By Robert Breault: A senseless tragedy remains forever tragic, but it A senseless tragedy remains forever tragic, but it is up to us whether it remains forever senseless. — Robert Breault
Eileen Collins Quotes By Sylvia Plath: So I bandaged the cut, packed up my So I bandaged the cut, packed up my Gillette blades and caught the eleven-thirty bus to Boston. — Sylvia Plath
Eileen Collins Quotes By Debra Anastasia: It couldn't be good to want something this It couldn't be good to want something this bad. Want someone this bad. I'm just me. Oh God. I'm me, and he's him. — Debra Anastasia
Eileen Collins Quotes By Eileen Collins: I have no nerves, no emotion, no pressure. I have no nerves, no emotion, no pressure. — Eileen Collins
Eileen Collins Quotes By Fred Schwab: A sleeping cat is ever alert. A sleeping cat is ever alert. — Fred Schwab
Eileen Collins Quotes By Eileen Collins: The atmosphere almost looks like an eggshell on The atmosphere almost looks like an eggshell on an egg, it's so thin. We know that we don't have much air - we need to protect what we have. — Eileen Collins