1960s Fashion Famous Quotes & Sayings

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17 1960s Fashion Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

1960s Fashion Sayings By Nicole Kidman: As a Goodwill Ambassador for UNIFEM, I've learned that violence against women knows no boundaries. As a Goodwill Ambassador for UNIFEM, I've learned that violence against women knows no boundaries. Join me in helping women worldwide who have suffered unthinkable violence. — Nicole Kidman
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1960s Fashion Sayings By A. Ashley Straker: Anna, like most English speakers, thought GASP was a silly name for the project. But Anna, like most English speakers, thought GASP was a silly name for the project. But the name got the point across. If there were modern wonders of the world, GASP - and Kali - stood as far above them as the Colossus of Rhodes had stood above man. — A. Ashley Straker
1960s Fashion Sayings By M.I.A.: My uncle was the first brown person to have a market stall on Petticoat Lane My uncle was the first brown person to have a market stall on Petticoat Lane in the 1960s. He worked his way up from the street. He was homeless, but eventually he got a car so he could sell from the boot. And by the 1980s, he was a millionaire wholesaling to companies like Topshop. So in a way, fashion put me in England. — M.I.A.
1960s Fashion Sayings By Roger Kimball: The institutionalization of the Beat ethic has been a moral, aesthetic, and intellectual disaster of The institutionalization of the Beat ethic has been a moral, aesthetic, and intellectual disaster of the first order. (It has also been a disaster for fashion and manners, but that is a separate subject.) We owe to the 1960s the ultimate institutionalization of immoralist radicalism: the institutionalization of drugs, pseudo-spirituality, promiscuous sex, virulent anti-Americanism, naive anti-capitalism, and the precipitous decline of artistic and intellectual standards. But the1960s and 1970s only codified and extended into the middle class the radical spirit of the Beats, who, in more normal times, would have remained what they were in the beginning; members of a fringe movement that provided stand-up comics with material. — Roger Kimball
1960s Fashion Sayings By Dave Eggers: Every act of charity has choice at its core. Every act of charity has choice at its core. — Dave Eggers
1960s Fashion Sayings By Karl Lagerfeld: Tell me, why do former young designers who are now in their middle 40s have Tell me, why do former young designers who are now in their middle 40s have to redo the 1960s and 70s. Why they cannot invent fashion for today? — Karl Lagerfeld
1960s Fashion Sayings By Harold W. Wood Jr.: In universal pantheism, religion is seen as a system of reverent behavior toward the Earth In universal pantheism, religion is seen as a system of reverent behavior toward the Earth rather than subscription to a particular creed. Because Pantheists identify God with Nature rather than an anthropomorphic being, Pantheists oppose the arrogant world-view of anthropocentrism. — Harold W. Wood Jr.
1960s Fashion Sayings By Helen Caldicott: Politics is not really politics any more. It is run, for the most part, by Politics is not really politics any more. It is run, for the most part, by Madison Avenue advertising firms, who sell politicians to the public the way they sell bars of soap or cans of beer. — Helen Caldicott
1960s Fashion Sayings By Kurt Vonnegut: If I hadn't spent so much time studying Earthlings," said the Tralfamadorian, "I wouldn't have If I hadn't spent so much time studying Earthlings," said the Tralfamadorian, "I wouldn't have any idea what was meant by 'free will.' I've visited thirty-one inhabited planets in the universe, and I have studied reports on one hundred more. Only on Earth is there any talk of free will. — Kurt Vonnegut
1960s Fashion Sayings By Pattie Boyd: On first impressions, John seemed more cynical and brash than the others, Ringo the most On first impressions, John seemed more cynical and brash than the others, Ringo the most endearing, Paul was cute, and George, with velvet brown eyes and dark chestnut hair, was the best-looking man I'd ever seen. At the break for lunch I found myself sitting next to him, whether by accident or design I have never been sure. We were both shy and spoke hardly a word to each other, but being close to him was electrifying. — Pattie Boyd
1960s Fashion Sayings By Jaron Lanier: Zombies are familiar characters in philosophical thought experiments. They are like people in every way Zombies are familiar characters in philosophical thought experiments. They are like people in every way except they have no internal experience ...
If there are enough zombies recruited into our world, I worry about the potential for a self-fulfilling prophecy. Maybe if people pretend they are not conscious or do not have free will - or that the cloud of online people is a person; if they pretend there is nothing special about the perspective of the individual - then perhaps we have the power to make it so. We might be able to collectively achieve antimagic.
Humans are free. We can commmit suicide for the benefit of a Singularity. We can engineer our genes to better support an imaginary hive mind. We can make culture and journalism into second-rate activities and spend centuries remixing the detritus of the 1960s and other eras from before individual creativity went out of fashion.
Or we can believe in ourselves. By chance, it might turn out we are real. — Jaron Lanier
1960s Fashion Sayings By Sukanta Bhattacharya: Radio, books, sports-so many means to spend time, but what I like most is the Radio, books, sports-so many means to spend time, but what I like most is the leafy sunshine amidst the Debdaru. — Sukanta Bhattacharya
1960s Fashion Sayings By Morrissey: Peru, Peru. My heart's lighthouse. Peru, Peru. My heart's lighthouse. — Morrissey
1960s Fashion Sayings By Bruce Feirstein: I think you need to understand games to write them. There's a learning curve, just I think you need to understand games to write them. There's a learning curve, just like there's a learning curve in anything. It's not precisely the same as film or television, but you're using the same muscles. — Bruce Feirstein
1960s Fashion Sayings By CM Punk: Pro wrestling has always been ingrained into American culture. It was one of the first Pro wrestling has always been ingrained into American culture. It was one of the first things that was ever on television, so everybody watched it. — CM Punk
1960s Fashion Sayings By Paul The Apostle: There is nothing love cannot face; there is limit to its faith, its hope and There is nothing love cannot face; there is limit to its faith, its hope and endurance. — Paul The Apostle
1960s Fashion Sayings By Sufe Bradshaw: My passion for others and my experience as an actor and citizen of the world My passion for others and my experience as an actor and citizen of the world has naturally shaped me into a social and political activist who finds fulfillment from their work with meaningful organizations. — Sufe Bradshaw