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I was a ‘Big Brother‘ fan. I thought they were better musicians than their detractors claimed, but more to the point, technical accomplishment was not something I cared about.
I always wanted to be somebody. If I made it, it’s half because I was game enough to take a lot of punishment along the way and half because there were a lot of people who cared enough to help me.
If you think of having a family as being loved as a child, cared for – I did not experience that.
Being under the microscope meant I was never given any slack. I still managed to screw up plenty in life, mind you, but in the things I really cared about – the legal work, or the stories I was telling as a writer, or the office I built in government – I wasn’t left a lot of margin for error. It’s kept me driven.
Sure, I’ve done movies in which I was embarrassed by my performance, or might not have cared for a co-star. Then I’d have to tell lies, like, ‘Oh, we love each other; everything was perfect!’
If I have any complaints about my youth… one is that many well-meaning adults lied to me. Not spiteful lies with malicious intent but lies designed to prevent emotional and psychological pain – lies told by the people who cared about me most: my parents, teachers, relatives.
It’s heretical, I know, but I’ve never really been able to get on with Agatha Christie. She is, of course, a giant of the genre, but I never feel that she cared a great deal about the characters. Consequently, neither do I.
I’m just a human being that is in touch with myself. And I’m honest with myself. And I really, at the end of the day, don’t care what people say. I never cared about what people say.
Many progressives understand Scalia, and other conservative judges, in crassly political terms – as opponents of affirmative action, abortion, gun control, and campaign finance legislation. But what Scalia cared most about was clear, predictable rules, laid down in advance.
We started making independent records. We started in ’94 until about 2000 when just kind of just did it ourselves… We’d write our own songs. No one cared… At some point, we decided to try and write our own original stuff and one of the last independent records is when we wrote the song ‘I Can Only Imagine.’
I wish that the adults who are ‘in power’ cared more about what their children read. Books are incredibly powerful when we are young – the books I read as a child have stayed with me my entire life – and yet, the people who write about books, for the most part, completely ignore children’s literature.
We were always surrounded by people who knew us very well and cared about us.
I definitely think everyone‘s competitive on some level, there’s virtually no-one who hasn’t cared at some point about something they’ve done.
Boris Johnson has only ever cared about Boris Johnson.
I’ve always cared about issues, always thought through problems. I don’t know how much that comes from my personality or my mum.
I was described as a dreamer, a fantasist, even as the village idiot. I didn’t care. What I cared about was convincing people to allow me to go on with my work.
In most places and times in human history, babies have had not just one person but lots of people around who were really paying attention to them around, dedicated to them, cared to them, were related to them. I think the big shift in our culture is the isolation in which many children are growing up.
It’s easy to be famous today. People pay a million dollars to be recognized, but nobody cares about them. They cared about me because I did things other men were afraid to do. That’s why my fans identified with me. They were mostly working-class.
I never cared about money.
The more professional opportunities came my way, the more time I spent away from my friends – the people I truly cared about. Maintaining friendships with people to talk to, depend on and enjoy takes time.
I felt like they only cared about what I could do for them, not what they could do for me.
I knew from the age of five what I wanted to do. The one thing I could do was draw. I couldn’t draw that much better than some of the other kids, but I cared more and I wanted it badly.
I think people assumed because of my last name that I was a real right-winger. And if you cared to look at my writing, you would be hard pressed to deduce that I’m an ideological right-winger.
Everybody is always raving about the Rolling Stones, saying, ‘The Stones this, and the Stones that.’ I’ve never cared for the Stones. They never had anything to offer me musically, especially in the drumming department.
There’s no set like a Ryan Murphy set, mainly because it feels like he’s built an entire world. He’s so thoughtful and meticulous, and every detail is thought about and cared for.
I remember in middle school and high school being so concerned with what everybody else thought. I was trying to be someone I wasn’t. I wish I could’ve just let it slide and not cared about it.
I don’t know where people got that I didn’t have a good relationship with my players. I’m demanding, yes; I’m on their butt. I expect 100%, but they all knew I loved them, I cared for them, and I’ll always be there for them.
The industrial processes in use today were developed at a time when no one had to consider what the environmental impact was. Who cared? But making ecological concerns matter to a company‘s bottom line will help it do the research and development that will reinvent everything we buy.
There’s been times when I’ve had heartbreaking moments and I’m like, ‘I can’t believe you said that,’ or ‘I can’t believe you did that’. And it hurts, it still hurts, and it’ll always hurt, but I’ve never had somebody that I truly cared about just walk out on me, whether it was a boyfriend, or an aunt, mom or dad.
I never really cared about what I looked like.
I think I was lucky to be a little older when I became famous. But still, the shock of the world starting to treat you in a weird way… I had come from the army, where we had to deal with life or death, and suddenly, people were asking whether you were cool or not. I have never cared about whether I’m cool.
I don’t know if I’ve ever cared much what others think.
I’ve never been involved in something where people cared about my personal life and the gossip of it!
It’s easier to go from theatre to film than the other way round. In film you’re absolutely loved and cossetted and cared for. In film your director makes your performance. In theatre you’re carrying it all.
I never cared who I was going to fight because, at the end of the day, it makes no difference.
Elites don’t care not one whit about school children. If they truly cared, what they would do is protect them.
I never cared what kind of grade I got.
In radio I had one, maybe two people who cared about getting it done. I’d really be a loser if I forgot where I came from. So I show them the love. And how hard is it really to be interested in someone’s life?
If I cared what people think about my career, I would have not done – just look at my work. Don’t look at me; look at what I’ve done.
I just want young people to read my books and feel cared for, feel safe, feel like there’s someone else in the world who understands – or at least acknowledges – your existence.
For more than 20 years my identity was bonded with those people on death row, I cared about them.
I was fortunate and I was lucky that I had a couple of people in my life who cared about me. I had good, loving parents.
The notion that marriage is an impediment to commitments to the larger community is a long-standing one – and one reason early Christians did not place the institution at the top of their moral hierarchy, complaining that married couples cared more about pleasing each other than doing the Lord’s work.
I’ve always cared about my teammates, but it’s about being vocal and letting them know I care about them… not just on the basketball court.
Many people resented my impatience and honesty, but I never cared about acceptance as much as I cared about respect.
I never heard ‘I love you‘ as a child. I never felt pretty or cared for.
While some doubted that connecting the world was actually important, we were building. While others doubted that this would be sustainable, you were forming lasting connections. We just cared more about connecting the world than anyone else. And we still do today.
I actually was a good student, but I never applied myself ’cause I was always like, ‘I don’t love doing this.’ I wasn’t passionate about school. I always got a B just to pass. But what’s crazy is I got a 29 on my ACT test without even studying. So I was always, like, just smart – but never really cared.
I realized that I wanted a Rhodes Scholarship, not because I wanted to go to graduate school but because I wanted to win a famous award. Quitting forced me to realize I was on the wrong track and that I had lost touch with who I was and what I cared about.
I had a full college experience. I kind of learned how to be a good student at Bard. I had never really cared about academics, but in college I learned the power of – I don’t want to say the power of knowledge, but the power of curiosity.
Lawsuits make you care. I think the PR makes you care. But personally, when I got out in 1983, do I think they cared about me? No.
People were concerned about national security, and that precluded us from having the opportunity to break through on the issues that we cared most about – the economy, education and health care.
When I was a teenager I hated having Bloomberg as a last name and being seen simply as someone’s daughter. I used to shy away from it in every way. As I got older, I began to realize that it was something I could use to make a difference in the causes I cared about. I learned to be proud of my last name.
My mother, R. Rajalakshmi, taught at Annamalai University in Chidambaram, and during the day, I was well cared for by aunts and grandparents in the usual way of an extended Indian family.
I have not cared for money, and I enjoy working. Money comes my way. People work hard so they get enough money. Or they work hard so they don’t have to work hard later in life. But though I don’t need money, I still work hard because I like what I am doing.
Even the simplest wicker basket can become priceless when it is loved and cared for through the generations of a family.
I felt that everyone had the same sentiments when it came to love that I did. I felt like if you really cared for somebody, then that was it. It never occurred to me that people could lie about the way they felt about you. I had to learn that the hard way.
It took a generation of filmmakers who loved and were raised on comic books to make movies that you actually cared about and felt something for. I think that’s absolutely the same with what’s going on with videogame movies.
I remember the first year at the Game Developers Conference I wore these big red giant knee-high boots. Nobody cared. You can wear anything you love, because that’s what you do in games. You make yourself who you want to be.
I loved problems on paper, and I was good at math, but I was a mechanical engineer, and I never understood – or cared to – how a car worked.
I never cared a lot for school.
I would have loved to have been Henry VIII; I would have been big and fat and no one would have cared.
I really didn’t want to enter the UFC in a fight that nobody really cared about or where people thought I was just going to whoop some guy.
I would put down everything in my career to the fact that I cared – about what I do, who I work with, what I make.
I was never the kind of person who cared much what people thought about me.
I had a fantastic upbringing by two parents who cared deeply about their children but, more importantly, believed that anything was possible for their children and, in some ways, almost brainwashed us to be successful.
Throughout my life I have cared as deeply about the songs of all peoples as I have about the rights of all peoples.
Even if nobody cared, I’m still gonna make music.
When I was a kid and wanted to grow up to be a writer, I assumed I would be writing about animals and children because that’s what I cared about and read about. But I never did.
The fact that the Prophet cared for every human being and tried his best to ensure their security in the hereafter must be the most telling of his compassionate and merciful characteristics.
Paid child care would make child care more efficient, allowing more children to be cared for by fewer adults, and thus free up parents to work more.
Something that I’ve cared about deeply my whole career is getting to work with filmmakers and inventors of stories that are hysterical because they are just so painfully true.
I got an award for Most Improved Player for volleyball in tenth grade that I cared about a lot.
But if we have been willing to give our lives to this enterprise, which is for the honour of our country, I appeal to our countrymen to see that those who depend on us are properly cared for.
The only thing that’s really important is the stuff he wrote. That’s what he cared about, and that’s what’s worth protecting. The myth and the man time eventually separates. But the work endures.
When I look at the patients that I’ve cared for with mental illness, I know that many of them took years to come forward and tell somebody that they were in pain and that they needed help.
People have said to me, ‘It must be nice to prove so many people wrong,’ but I’ve never really cared about proving anything to anybody else.
It felt like I was the only one who cared about the climate and the ecological crisis. My parents didn’t care about it, my classmates didn’t care about it, my relatives didn’t care about this. I mean nobody I knew cared about this and I felt like I was the only one.
Obviously, if I cared about what people said about my reporting, I wouldn’t be a good journalist.
All I cared about in tennis was winning.
You need a prince to make a town in an intellectual sense. Developers want to make money. If they cared about architecture, they’d become architects. I’ve had so many projects that never came off because they had no sponsor, and not because they were utopian. I just want to build a town that’s normal.
No election is ever just about one issue, but I care a lot about women’s rights and making sure parents have what they need to raise healthy kids. I always have cared, but having just had a child, I know how serious it is to be a mother. It’s an incredibly huge challenge. You need support. You need resources.
I’ve been putting out records for so long, but I didn’t want to tour because I didn’t think anybody really cared.
As a child, I remember seeing what a struggle it was for both my parents to accommodate and adjust to the idea of not being together. They cared for each other deeply; they loved each other. They just couldn’t stay together because they wanted different things from life and sometimes, it happens.
I think Yandex is something in between two different cultures. One originated from the old Soviet culture of the scientific institute. It was a free atmosphere of scientists, maybe too free because nobody cared about making money. Another origin is something close to what you usually see in California startups.
My own mum cared about Hollywood, and I didn’t. I wanted to act, and I loved the creativity of it, but I didn’t care for the lifestyle.
Sometimes when you get sick and you go to the doctor, it can feel like you didn’t get your money’s worth if you don’t come away with a pill. I’ve had many, many conversations with patients who I’ve cared for over the years about why it’s actually in some cases better not to go home with antibiotics.
I wouldn’t tell you anything about anybody I cared about because it becomes entertainment for other people, and it sort of just cheapens everything in your life. I would never tell you if I was dating anybody.
For any parent, all they want is for their child to be safe and cared for.
My father was a businessman, but my mother was an intellectual. She cared about culture, politics, and philosophy, so I became interested in the protest aspect of Latin American art.
Throughout his life, Dickens cared passionately about orphans.
When it comes to the health of our families, Barack refused to listen to all those folks who told him to leave health reform for another day, another president. He didn’t care whether it was the easy thing to do politically – that’s not how he was raised – he cared that it was the right thing to do.
Berta Caceres, a Lenca woman, grew up during the violence that swept through Central America in the 1980s. Her mother, a midwife and social activist, took in and cared for refugees from El Salvador, teaching her young children the value of standing up for disenfranchised people.
The truth is that since childhood I had cultivated an existential independence. It came from perceiving the adults around me as unreliable, and without it I felt I wouldn’t have survived. I cared deeply for everyone in my family, but in the end I depended on myself.
We all want love and to feel safe, wanted, cared for, to like our selves, our bodies, to have families and feel okay in the world.
Even the rich are hungry for love, for being cared for, for being wanted, for having someone to call their own.
My mother would have enjoyed the idea that her name was being used to build bridges. She cared a great deal and was very thoughtful and passionate about education and young women.
I grew up with a single mother, and although we didn’t have a lot of money, she cared a great deal about what we ate. We were the original health-food family. We shopped at what were called health-food stores before Whole Foods – everything came from bins.
The Compton I knew was from my mother, and it was beautiful. It was this close-knit community, and people cared about one another, and it was safe.
I haven‘t always been fashionable, but I’ve always not really cared so much about how I dress.
I’d occasionally do some exercises at home, but I never cared for gyms.
Every great culture has cared a lot, one way or another, about the fate of its girls.
If I get a gig or I don’t get a gig, I really have never, ever, ever cared.
When I came from Europe, I was told that Americans don’t care about soccer and this and that. But the way people cared was beyond my wildest expectations. You can’t manufacture that.
I was fortunate that I was an only child. I had two parents who I really cared about, and they cared about me, so I got off to a good start.
I had planned to spend my 40s continuing my public service and starting a family. I thought that by fighting for the people I cared about and loving those close to me, I could leave the world a better place.
Many of us actually feel the most loved when we’re hugged, when we’re embraced, and when we’re cared for physically.
Everyone knew that Saleh and the Houthis were a marriage of convenience. He was a dictator; the Houthis are ideologues who want to impose their fundamentalist vision. Neither cared for the core values of the Arab Spring – representative, accountable governance.
What you realize is when you have an environment and an atmosphere like we had at Marist, where guys cared about each other, the coaches were great teachers and communicators, whether it’s high school, college or pro, I think coaching is coaching.
During the Depression, my dad made radios to sell to make extra money. Nobody had any money to buy the radios, so he would trade them for dogs. He built kennels in the backyard, and he cared for the dogs.
Without a doubt, Senator Isakson cared deeply for Georgia, and he cared deeply for our country.
That’s all I cared about too, was getting it right.
Fashion was always in me! The incentive to just get up and start my day by looking for an outfit to walk outside and look good, it was always in me. I think my parents and my family, my sister – when I was young, they always cared about, you know, looking good. My parents, they know how to dress.
People pay a million dollars to be recognized, but nobody cares about them. They cared about me because I did things other men were afraid to do. That’s why my fans identified with me.
There were times at Harvard when I actually longed to hang out with a few more Trotskyists, rather than yet another set of future consultants and investment bankers. At least the Trotskyists cared about the important stuff.
I need to be cared for and looked after. I need to be aware of things more and I am now.
It is up to the public to stop attending these theatrical, and aquatic shows, and circuses with wild animals. The rhetoric about how the animals are happy and well cared for are lies. Don’t be swayed by them. The money behind these shows is huge; there is nothing good about them.
Marty was an extraordinary person. Of all the boys I had dated, he was the only one who really cared that I had a brain. And he was always – well, making me feel that I was better than I thought I was.
When I was in secondary school, I cared about nothing but music.
The Clinton administration cared a lot about the middle class and the poor. But it also cared a lot – too much, in retrospect – about the rich.
I kept a lot of my ideas to myself because I honestly thought no one cared. So it was surprising to find out that people did! Now I know that I can do anything, and I want other people to feel the same.
I was a sociology major. And it had nothing to do necessarily with law, which is ultimately – I went to law school. But what I tried to do was choose something that I was passionate about or something that I cared about.
Before, I was really passive, all I cared about was being in love with my boyfriend. I didn’t have any creative power, nothing. I don’t know that person any more.
In reality, if Democrats truly cared about solutions to our immigration crisis they would have done so long ago – like in 2009, when they controlled the entire federal government and maintained a filibuster-proof majority in the Senate.
That had been a real problem for me in the past – meeting people that were opportunists, so I had a few bad experiences where I really believed people cared about me, but they didn’t.
If only Tammy knew how much I really cared about her. She has nothing to do with any of this mess.
In school I was interested in music, but I never saw myself being a musician at that point. Music technology was the only subject I cared about: it taught me the basics of music production and I started making beats and freestyling with my friends.