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It’s sink or swim for me in 2020.
Swim upstream. Go the other way. Ignore the conventional wisdom.
I write and walk and swim and drink.
I think that beauty can injure you to death. It can cause an injury that can never be cured. Or it can so traumatise you, your life changes direction. The beauty of the harmony of nature that is forever lost, or a daily rite that you perform, or diving into the sea for a swim. Those experiences are going to mark you.
I go to the gym, I swim daily and from time to time I meet with friends and do extra-curricular stuff.
I exercise everyday. I swim, I bike, I run and I go to the gym.
The great thing about the business is how Darwinian it is. We have to swim or die – if you are found wanting over a period of time, you’ve either got to change what you’re doing or find something else to do.
I was a competitive swimmer as a teenager, only stopping when I got persistent ear infections. Every day was a 6 A.M. start to swim before lessons, then choir or dance classes after.
I can’t swim.
Submerging myself in water makes me feel better after travelling. There’s something about it that does it for me, and I usually go for a swim after every trip.
I can swim I’m not bad, but not great.
Being a lifeguard was boring. Bo-ring. It was an indoor pool and it’s so hot and humid in there. All you can do is sit there – you can’t have music on because you need to pay attention and not be distracted. So you’re just sat there, you’re looking at people swim up and down, up and down. That was so boring.
I play basketball, I surf and swim and go to the cinema and listen to music and read. I like shopping.
‘Adult Swim’ on the Cartoon Network is unbelievable. And ‘South Park‘ continues to do great stuff. And ‘Family Guy’ and the various other Seth MacFarlane projects are amazing.
I swim when I can but I don’t work out.
If your ship doesn’t come in, swim out to it.
I made a name for myself as someone who is determined to swim against the stream if it’s dirty.
I think I learned how to swim before I could walk.
Never forget that only dead fish swim with the stream.
Michael Phelps wouldn’t have been on the Wheaties box if I stuck with swimming. I’ve been swimming since I was a little kid. I still swim. I’m the best.
In this business you either sink or swim or you don’t.
I like to swim. Love a swim, any time I can do that is a good thing.
I must admit I don’t watch a lot of Adult Swim or Cartoon Network.
I love to keep fit, so I swim everyday and hit the gym for an hour daily.
Throw me in deep enough, and I sink or swim. I don’t care who I fight.
I am just not a water baby. I can swim, but I just don’t.
I started swimming when I was four because my brother wanted to join a swim team, and I wanted to do what he did. They said I had to be six, but if I could swim a lap, then I could participate. So I swam a lap, and the rest is history.
I never really understood why guys wear boxers underneath swim trunks.
As a dad, he thinks that his philosophy is morally correct. He has no conscience whatsoever about letting his kids put a penny in a light socket to find out electricity is not so good for you, and if you want to learn how to swim, you have to be thrown into the deep end.
It was really cool going to Sea World. We had an amazing time. They were amazing to us. We got to swim with the dolphins, and it was really special.
I like to swim. It’s good for the body and it helps clear my head.
I love to swim, and I love being near water.
I swim laps, which is nice because I’m weightless in the water.
I’ve got to get my real skills up; like, I got to get my skills up, ’cause in case of a crazy catastrophe, I might have to learn how to swim.
Especially going to Oakland public schools where as a white kid you have to figure out if you’re going to sink or swim socially, one of the main ways to stay buoyant was to stay funny.
I like to have a swim in the morning, a great way to start the day.
My family had a membership to the Riverside Yacht Club where my brother, Sandy, learned to sail, and I competed in local swim races. My sister, Marcia, became a competitive springboard diver, and my brother excelled in water polo.
I’ve never been in any pain, ever, like that in my whole life. Now it’s set me so far back, I just don’t’ have the lung capacity to swim the way I can.
I love the Altai Mountains. Crimea, despite all the conflict, is a remarkable place historically, culturally and physically. The mountains drop down into the sea. Porpoises swim in the shallows. Horses gallop through the grass. There are huge rocks, castles, caves.
They always say start at the bottom if you want to learn something. But suppose you want to learn to swim?
I do pool exercises, like weightlifting but underwater. I walk, I swim… I’m pretty fit for an old bloke.
I used to go to the gym regularly and swim an awful lot, but that was when I was unemployed and knew leisure intimately.
I’ve always wanted to be able to hold my breath for like, ever, and swim in the water like a fish.
Challenge yourself, jump off the deep end and learn to swim.
I watch the same cartoons over and over again. I watch Adult Swim. I watch ‘Futurama’ repeatedly.
If it’s nice out, I swim pretty much every day for about half an hour. I have a great pool; it’s very private and not too many people use it.
Sometimes you meet people who can’t swim. And I always think: ‘Oh my God, that’s extraordinary.’ For me, it’s always been a treat… I just feel really happy in the water.
I don’t really have a fitness regime. I swim regularly and hit the gym once in a while but I also eat a lot.
It’s my style, and I’ll sink or swim on that style. What you heard on 3AW is what you’ll hear on Triple M, and if people don’t like it, then it’s time for me to become a full-time grandfather.
I swim three times a week.
‘Changes in Latitudes’ began when I was looking at a photograph of a sea turtle swimming underwater. I had such a strong feeling for the beauty of this ancient creature, at home in the sea. On the spot, I wanted to swim with that turtle. I began to imagine a character who would do just that.
When you’re out there together on the pitch, you’re fighting for each other. It’s amazing, overwhelming and you either sink or swim in that atmosphere. It’s what makes professional footballers what they are. You can’t replicate that in any other job.
I’ve no interest in going on a road trip. If I want to go on holiday, I want to sit on a beach, swim, drink cocktails and read a book.
I cycle every weekend. Sometimes I swim.
Swimming is probably the ultimate of burnout sports. It’s ironic because millions of people who swim as their regular exercise love the meditation aspect of it; you don’t wind up with any orthopedic injuries. But when you swim at a world class level for hours and hours – the loneness of the long distance runner.
I love being outside in nature, especially by the water – if I could, I would come back as a tadpole so that I could just swim around all the time and have zero responsibility.
It’s always nerve-wracking when you’re hosting ‘Saturday Night Live.’ You either sink or swim.
I swim almost every day, a thousand meters.
You are overboard in deep open water without a PFD (personal floatation device), or at least that’s what your instructor is yelling. Sink or swim, plebe.
As a young child, I suffered from poor health. My parents encouraged me to swim, which really improved my condition.
Yeah, I like to keep myself interested – I’ll kind of throw myself into some area that I don’t completely know or understand, that I’m not adept at, so I’m forced to swim in order to stay afloat. There’s a good feeling that comes from that.
I swim like a fish and I have an amazing kick.
I swim every other day. That’s my exercise.
Some people might go to the gym and swim laps, but I write songs. Every single day, I write something new and record it.
Love is all around us all the time. Love is the ethers that we swim in. Love is the amniotic fluid of the soul.
We don’t need to eat anyone who would run, swim, or fly away if he could.
Networks like Adult Swim allow artists to be artists and allow their vision to come through without a lot of tinkering. I worked on ‘Moral Orel’ and ‘Mary Shelley’s Frankenhole,’ and they bothered us very little. They very, very seldom came to us and said ‘Change this,’ or ‘You can’t do that,’ or ‘We’d like to see this.’
My paternal poppa, Alec, was a taxi driver and swimming coach. He taught all his grandchildren how to swim and loved all kinds of sport.
I surf, swim, play water polo, and I paddle an outrigger canoe with my team. I’m also a klutz on land, so water is my thing.
Most languages spoken by a few thousand people are so complicated they make your head swim; a Siberian yak herder’s language is much more complicated than a Manhattan bond trader’s.
I tried to swim as much as possible. Being in Southern California in the summer time, it’s so nice because you have the warm beaches, so I try to swim every day.
If I swim in the ocean, I have a shark thought. Not a bad one, but just a little one.
Naturally, underground music often gravitates toward experimentation and the abstract. That’s understandable, and more often than not, it feels great to dive into a difficult album and swim a few laps.
I like to set challenging targets every time I swim or run on the treadmill or indulge in weight training.
I didn’t learn to swim until I was 21 or something because I grew up in the mountains in Wyoming and all the water is glacier runoff and cold.
My favorite occupation at home is sitting by the pool in swim suit, soaking in the sun, cooling off by an occasional sip of my water.
I want to swim in both directions at once. Desire success, court failure.
I can’t swim, and I actually hate sand.
I have a cartoon I’m developing with Adult Swim called ‘Monster Town U.S.A.,’ so I’m busy doing that. Trying to do a coffee-table book of my photography that’s been requested of me a couple of times. I’m constantly busy.
I joined the swim team when I was 12, and I was the worst kid in the pool – I was put with a group of 7-year-olds.
I can no longer walk. I can no longer swim. But I’m lucky when I see how animals suffer.
Born on an island, I could swim before I could walk, thrown many times into swimming pools and warm transparent Caribbean waters: sink or swim, that was my first lesson. While I’m not a natural athlete, I’m still a strong swimmer and feel a great affinity with the sea.
Besides surfing, I play tennis, volleyball, I swim, I run hills, or I do high-intensity, high-interval workouts. I’m up at 5 A.M. every day.
In the spirit of debunking racial stereotypes, the one that black people don’t like to swim, I’m going to tell you how much I love to swim. I love to swim so much that as an adult, I swim with a coach.
I’d rather sink with a bad theory than swim with muddy pragmatism.
I usually go to the swimming pool if I want to swim.
The triathlon can be a very hard sport to train for. You see all the time when people try to improve – like their swim, for example: they train really hard for two to three weeks, and then when they go back to normal training, the swim goes back to where it was before.
I love the water; I love to swim.
I feel a strong connection to water, so, no matter the time of year, I always go for a swim.
But if people want to swim in the Thames, if they want to take their lives into their own hands, then they should be able to do so with all the freedom and exhilaration of our woad-painted ancestors.
Confining marine animals to tanks and separating them from their families and their natural surroundings, just so people can watch them swim in endless circles, teaches us far more about humans than it does about animals – and the lesson is not a flattering one.
I like to exercise. I always walk an hour a day, I swim 250 days a year and I do balancing exercises which take me an hour.
One of my earliest childhood memories is my father taking me in the evening to Samena Swim & Recreation Club in Bellevue.
The swim at Deception Island was by far the hardest swim I’ve ever done. Antarctica is a very unforgiving environment. If you don’t train properly, you’ll die.
I’m surrounded by the beach, so I love to fish and to dive and to swim. I walk a lot, and I bike around. I hang out at the beach, really, and muck around.
Growing up in Alaska, they don’t really teach you to swim there. I learned to swim just a few summers ago with Olympic gold medalist Amanda Beard. She did great, and right after that I went to get scuba certified. I had fun with it. I didn’t really get scared, but some people thought that was a risk.
Many politicians are in the habit of laying it down as a self-evident proposition that no people ought to be free till they are fit to use their freedom. The maxim is worthy of the fool in the old story who resolved not to go into the water till he had learned to swim.
While I can always use a break from the gym, I like to swim and dive to keep myself feeling good.
I think we’re going to the moon because it’s in the nature of the human being to face challenges. It’s by the nature of his deep inner soul… we’re required to do these things just as salmon swim upstream.
I love Adult Swim. They give you so much artistic freedom.