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Tom Rachman quotes: What the art world has done, it has been constantly been pushing the boundaries about what art can be. It's like expanding its territory. What the art world has done, it has been constantly been pushing the boundaries about what art can be. It's like expanding its territory.
Tom Rachman quotes: She has been dreading tomorrow ever since it happened the first time. She has been dreading tomorrow ever since it happened the first time.
Tom Rachman quotes: Vodka is like water, but with consequences. Vodka is like water, but with consequences.
Tom Rachman quotes: As for Humphrey, he was never renowned for tidiness. "My nature abhors the vacuum," he said. As for Humphrey, he was never renowned for tidiness. "My nature abhors the vacuum," he said.
Tom Rachman quotes: When, she wonders, do people have time to contemplate anything? But she has no time to answer that. When, she wonders, do people have time to contemplate anything? But she has no time to answer that.
Tom Rachman quotes: When I left Toronto and entered journalism in the late 1990s, I had many notions about the news business, nearly all of them wrong, as it turned out. When I left Toronto and entered journalism in the late 1990s, I had many notions about the news business, nearly all of them wrong, as it turned out.
Tom Rachman quotes: Did she answer my email yet?' That's the new obesity. Did she answer my email yet?' That's the new obesity.
Tom Rachman quotes: She is a wonderful nerd, and he hopes this won't change. She is a wonderful nerd, and he hopes this won't change.
Tom Rachman quotes: What is wrong with guys? Half are molting; half are nothing but undergrowth. What is wrong with guys? Half are molting; half are nothing but undergrowth.
Tom Rachman quotes: Remembering is the most overrated thing. Forgetting is far superior. Remembering is the most overrated thing. Forgetting is far superior.
Tom Rachman quotes: So why do you kiss someone?" she asks. "To give pleasure or to take it? So why do you kiss someone?" she asks. "To give pleasure or to take it?
Tom Rachman quotes: Good reporting and good behavior are mutually exclusive. Good reporting and good behavior are mutually exclusive.
Tom Rachman quotes: In teen years, people yearned to be liked; in their twenties, to be impressive; in their thirties, to be needed In teen years, people yearned to be liked; in their twenties, to be impressive; in their thirties, to be needed
Tom Rachman quotes: That's a paradox I've noticed, too: The news business held little romance for me, yet writing about it somehow stirred my affections. That's a paradox I've noticed, too: The news business held little romance for me, yet writing about it somehow stirred my affections.
Tom Rachman quotes: The only death we experience is that of other people The only death we experience is that of other people
Tom Rachman quotes: One becomes more of a shit as one gets older. One becomes more of a shit as one gets older.
Tom Rachman quotes: Nothing epitomizes the futility of human striving quite like aspartame. Nothing epitomizes the futility of human striving quite like aspartame.
Tom Rachman quotes: Venn was like a devilish older sibling, offering that brotherly combination of wholly unreliable and utterly trustworthy. Venn was like a devilish older sibling, offering that brotherly combination of wholly unreliable and utterly trustworthy.
Tom Rachman quotes: Nothing, not even dictionaries, can tell you what anything means," he said. "The reality of things is just sad, for the most part. Nothing, not even dictionaries, can tell you what anything means," he said. "The reality of things is just sad, for the most part.
Tom Rachman quotes: The training of a journalist, of working with words for thousands of hours, is extraordinarily useful for a fiction writer. The training of a journalist, of working with words for thousands of hours, is extraordinarily useful for a fiction writer.
Tom Rachman quotes: He was a man who formed opinions as he spoke them, or perhaps afterward, requiring him to ramble at length to grasp what he believed. He was a man who formed opinions as he spoke them, or perhaps afterward, requiring him to ramble at length to grasp what he believed.
Tom Rachman quotes: As touchy as cabaret performers and as stubborn as factory machinists ... As touchy as cabaret performers and as stubborn as factory machinists ...
Tom Rachman quotes: My own career started in New York at the 'Associated Press', a fast-paced news agency where we rarely had time for deep reporting. My own career started in New York at the 'Associated Press', a fast-paced news agency where we rarely had time for deep reporting.
Tom Rachman quotes: She doesn't remember the twentieth century. Isn't that terrifying? She doesn't remember the twentieth century. Isn't that terrifying?
Tom Rachman quotes: My parents used to rent old movies - my whole childhood is in black and white - and it was my dream to make films. My parents used to rent old movies - my whole childhood is in black and white - and it was my dream to make films.
Tom Rachman quotes: Art doesn't spring from the muses alone, but from hard work. Art doesn't spring from the muses alone, but from hard work.
Tom Rachman quotes: People, it turns out, aren't a product of their own time. They're a product of the time before theirs People, it turns out, aren't a product of their own time. They're a product of the time before theirs
Tom Rachman quotes: There's a line from Heraclitus: No man steps in the same river twice, for it is not the same river and he is not the same man. There's a line from Heraclitus: No man steps in the same river twice, for it is not the same river and he is not the same man.
Tom Rachman quotes: She hasn't known many Southerners. That twang and aw-shucks about himit's sort of exotic. She hasn't known many Southerners. That twang and aw-shucks about him
it's sort of exotic.
Tom Rachman quotes: The strength of fiction is not in reading about yourself, but in reading about other people. The strength of fiction is not in reading about yourself, but in reading about other people.