There is neither giving up nor being defeated in my book... I never get angry with losers. But I delete those who give up and admit defeat. Even if they lose, those who fight until the end will always be by my side and they will definitely win in the end.
I have a ton of cousins on my mom's side of the family, and we would put on shows together all the time and put on costumes, and we even charged our parents money.
I love the Warrant songs. I wrote them from the heart, but I have a side to my songwriting that a lot of people may be unaware of.
I think there are people from every side who are allies for justice and good.
I had the advantage of reading the book, and when the script was first submitted to me, it was just another gangster story - the east side taking over the west side and all that.
It's something I started learning when I was at Watford, about the community side of what football has. It wasn't until I went back to Portsmouth that I thought it's not just about kicking balls and winning games of football. It's what the club means in the community.
It's important for people to, instead of automatically assuming everything the opposite side says is incorrect, you have to at least listen and see why someone might feel a certain way.
If you have feelings for someone, be honest with yourself and the person you care about, but trust that there is someone out there who will love you for who you are and will stay by your side.
When there's people on the other side of the room trying to wipe out your life and things are stacked against you, you can get nervous.
I post less-than-flattering selfies and don't try to change who I am to make people like me. I try to show people that they don't have to be afraid to show their goofy side.
I often find myself listening to the 'Shipping Forecast' on Radio 4. At first, I am usually wondering what time it is, but then, because often I'm on the other side of the bed and I can't be bothered to turn it off, I just listen and it becomes very relaxing.
The Supreme Court has increasingly come down on the side of big corporations instead of workers and middle-class families.
Especially today, with the Internet, you have people who have best friends that they never met, with Facebook and Twitter and stuff. If you're really friends, it doesn't matter if I'm on the other side of the world. We'll still be friends and find a way to connect.
When push comes to shove, it ain't the science that's going to lift you up - it's the belief, the spiritual side of life, that's going to lift you up, no matter what religion you are.
I remember playing a Twenty20 game in Australia in 2007 and Matthew Hayden smacked one back at me. My head goes down as I follow through and as I looked up I just saw this white flash pass about an inch from the side of my head. If it had been a touch straighter I would not have had time to react and who knows what could have happened.
I have a massive Samoan family. And the Samoan culture has always played a massive part of my life. I've got hundreds of family on my dad's side that live in Samoa and in New Zealand. I've just been surrounded by the culture ever since I was a kid.
My mother - the Irish side of the family - was very musical. My mother was a singer; there was music around the house all the time.
I grew up in Synagogue in the boys' choir. We didn't listen to music in the house; only at temple. Then I went to a mostly African American high school on the South Side of Chicago and joined a gospel choir.
The fact that I get to play a queer Filipino on television and another queer character in 'Crazy Rich Asians' is huge. I never thought I'd have a career being myself. I always thought that being an actor in Hollywood meant that I would have to put that side of me on the back burner.
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