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1:All I see is sissies in magazines smiling... ~ Eminem
2:The only magazines I read are car magazines. ~ Simon Cowell
3:I never buy magazines, I never even buy books. ~ Marc Newson
4:and magazines and listen to the same economists. ~ Peter Lynch
5:It was like throwing Hustler magazines at sex addicts. ~ Penny Reid
6:Every since high school I've been drawn to magazines. ~ Robert Benton
7:Any types of auditions will be posted in trade magazines. ~ Paula Abdul
8:You can be a slave to current magazines or a slave to history ~ Mary Karr
9:People in magazines are 50% bimbo and 50% pregnant women. ~ Karl Lagerfeld
10:I like to read dramatic novels and I absolutely love magazines. ~ Maud Welzen
11:I do read many of the photography magazines from the UK and abroad. ~ Martin Parr
12:I'm not the guy who wins awards and gets mentioned in magazines. ~ Jhonen V squez
13:I never look at fashion magazines. I find them incredibly boring. ~ Vivienne Westwood
14:I stared at her black hair. It was shiny like the promises in magazines. ~ Alice Sebold
15:I'm in the worst place you can be. I sell magazines and not movie tickets. ~ Ben Affleck
16:Female magazines were rubbish--most of them were candy-floss for the brain. ~ Jess C Scott
17:I watched television a little, but I mostly just drew and read magazines. ~ Stephen Sprouse
18:It wasn't until I was 26 or 25 when I started sending work out to magazines. ~ Anthony Doerr
19:Look at all the magazines: There's always 10 ways to be better at something. ~ Brooke Elliott
20:The wind smelled clean, like clean magazines. It smelled like invisible ink. ~ Sarah Schulman
21:I worked at magazines for over 10 years before I even thought of writing a book. ~ Dave Eggers
22:Magazines like that are for girls! And woofters!” “SHUT UP!” said Dad. Dennis ~ David Walliams
23:We're always bombarded with images from magazines of what looks cool and sexy. ~ Marilu Henner
24:When I was 16, I started publishing all kinds of things in school magazines. ~ Margaret Atwood
25:[Bob] Dylan would cut out phrases from magazines and then paste them together. ~ Jay Michaelson
26:I don't call magazines and let them know about things so they can write stories. ~ Lauren Conrad
27:"Little magazines" are, for the most part, the mayflies of the literary world. ~ Frederick Crews
28:I always carry a pair of scissors around with me to cut things out of magazines. ~ Sally Phillips
29:I am addicted to 'Vogue' magazines, be they French, British - I adore, adore, adore. ~ Cat Deeley
30:Of course,' Spider said. 'I'd bring you Popsicles and cheesy celebrity magazines. ~ Heidi R Kling
31:Reputable companies don’t get their test subjects through ads in gaming magazines, ~ Graham Parke
32:Whatever I wrote was heretical. It offended the editors of the women's magazines. ~ Betty Friedan
33:Most women's magazines simply try to mold women into bigger and better consumers. ~ Gloria Steinem
34:These tabloid magazines - I think they're hideous and the downfall of society. ~ Scarlett Johansson
35:Rule #1 in all bridal magazines. Give yourself a year to plan the
perfect wedding. ~ Jillian Dodd
36:The stories in the magazines are lies: hard work and perseverance don’t lead to success. ~ Eric Ries
37:I don't read "letters" sections of magazines, but I'll read anyone's blog post about me. ~ Joel Stein
38:Healthy body image is not something that youre going to learn from fashion magazines. ~ Erin Heatherton
39:Tablets generally have made it pretty obvious that magazines have a new lease on life. ~ Jeffrey Bewkes
40:I am powerless against the great magazines - I am an artist, and I will always be that. ~ Werner Bischof
41:I don't want to be the type of person to have my relationships plastered in magazines. ~ Victoria Justice
42:I buy magazines. I'm not floating around in my own universe. I'm interested in everything. ~ Kevin Shields
43:Psychology Today is probably one of my favorite magazines, Guitar, Guitar World. People. ~ Meredith Brooks
44:Today, in the newspapers and magazines, the first sentence is, my restaurant is expensive. ~ Masa Takayama
45:He spoke like a man who'd been born in a barn and raised by a pile of porn magazines. ~ Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
46:Hugo Gernsback invented pulp magazines and the grandfather paradox. Not bad for a charlatan. ~ James Gleick
47:The definition of obscenity on the newsstands should be extended to many hunting magazines. ~ Wayne Pacelle
48:Producers of TV newsmagazines routinely let emotional accounts trump objective information. ~ Barry Glassner
49:Beau only read two kinds of magazines. Both had pictures of headlights. Only one was about cars. ~ Penny Reid
50:I was always reading those beauty magazines and wanting to become this unattainable thing. ~ Jennifer Aniston
51:I don't have a publicist, I don't go to events, I don't do magazines, and it's just not my life. ~ Diora Baird
52:When you've had a little success, magazines are a lot less apt to use that phrase, 'Not for us. ~ Stephen King
53:The same ten minutes that magazines urge me to use for sit-ups and triceps dips, I used for sobbing. ~ Tina Fey
54:I don't want to be in magazines everyday, because I don't want people to get used to one thing. ~ Amanda Seyfried
55:It was exactly what he did, but for the CIA and not for the national magazines that ran his pictures. ~ S E Jakes
56:I'm not a media darling. I'm not on the cover of all these magazines. I just quietly do my thing. ~ Sarah McLachlan
57:Soren lets me know what magazines you’re in so I can pick them up when I go to the grocery store, ~ Nicole Williams
58:Magazines, books, novels, TV, internet, movies - all of those things is what creates our consciousness. ~ Jane Fonda
59:The road to enlightenment is long and difficult, and you should try not to forget snacks and magazines. ~ Anne Lamott
60:I'd experienced the '40s and '50s by looking at my grandparents' old clothes, books, and magazines ~ Christian Lacroix
61:make a mark as a ‘knowledge powerhouse’, thanks to his interest in biographies and business magazines. ~ Rashmi Bansal
62:Well, I guess that in the computer magazines God is more often spelled Gates, but you know what I mean. ~ Stephen King
63:I am just a copier, an impostor. I wait, I read magazines. After a while my brain sends me a product. ~ Philippe Starck
64:I don't read books. I like to read newspapers and magazines, but I've never learnt to enjoy books or novels. ~ Kid Rock
65:Johnson Publishing offered me an opportunity to build back iconic brands like Ebony and Jet magazines. ~ Desiree Rogers
66:American magazines are becoming very patriotic beyond belief to the point that I can't live there any more. ~ Nan Goldin
67:I want 'The Lady' magazine to be restored to its traditional place in the pantheon of weekly magazines. ~ Rachel Johnson
68:After I had done a handful of cartoons I was satisfied with, I started submitting them to the magazines. ~ Joseph Barbera
69:I always revise when I publish in a book. So versions in magazines are sometimes slightly different. ~ Rigoberto Gonzalez
70:It's in the films and songs and all your magazines. It's everywhere that you may go, the devil's radio. ~ George Harrison
71:Kids get caught up in technical & electronic things like games & videos when all we had were magazines. ~ Christian Hosoi
72:There are times when I flick through magazines and think I'm in danger of becoming a prisoner of my own hair. ~ Brian May
73:Allthough that doesn't happen often lately, I like to read exciting thrillers and those kinky magazines. ~ Jonathan Brandis
74:To see what they look like, women look at a mirror. To look like what they see, women read magazines. ~ Mokokoma Mokhonoana
75:Martians published magazines, just like we do. Something familiar; make the Martians seem more real. More human. ~ Anonymous
76:I find fashion magazines so incredibly boring . . . There still is no new photography and no new concerns. ~ Wolfgang Tillmans
77:It's everywhere, constant criticism of women's appearance in magazines and online. It's not easy to navigate. ~ Shirley Manson
78:I never really took a proper art class in college. I just started reading art magazines and going to galleries. ~ Larry Gagosian
79:Baby girl you need to stop it, all that pride and self esteem got you angry bout this girl I'm wit in all them magazines. ~ Drake
80:While a facilitator, detective magazines or porn on their own do not necessarily make people into serial killers. ~ Peter Vronsky
81:A lot of times, magazines end up presenting me as some type of weirdo, but I make my music for everyday people. ~ Christopher Owens
82:Very few people, thank God, look like the pictures of them which are published in the papers and the weekly magazines. ~ Ilka Chase
83:I've thought about it a hundred times. I even buy bridal magazines sometimes. I want David Tutera to do my wedding. ~ Marlen Esparza
84:Magazines all too frequently lead to books and should be regarded by the prudent as the heavy petting of literature. ~ Fran Lebowitz
85:make sure you wore gloves when you loaded the magazines so there won't be any prints on the ejected cartridges. Then ~ David Morrell
86:Clothing was something I always wanted to do. I've been pulling tear sheets from magazines since I was a little girl. ~ Nicole Richie
87:I didn't grow up in a home that glorified Hollywood. We didn't watch TV. We didn't have a lot of magazines around. ~ Evangeline Lilly
88:It always feels like im sitting in a waiting room with guys, a boring waiting room, I’ve always read all the magazines. ~ Lena Dunham
89:The fashion magazines are suggesting that women wear clothes that are 'age appropriate.' For me that would be a shroud. ~ Joan Rivers
90:You know what I do? I steal things. Fuck 'em! I grab a handful of candy bars and six magazines and head for the gate. ~ George Carlin
91:Your environment (your home, your office, the magazines you read etc.) dramatically affects your levels of achievement ~ Robin Sharma
92:He enjoys reading film magazines."
Gaoyin pursed her lips. In our family, that made Tienzhen practically illiterate. ~ Janie Chang
93:If I had to pick three of my favorite magazines, they would be 'Fast Company', 'Silicon India', and 'Smithsonian.' ~ Padmasree Warrior
94:The iPad! What is better designed than that? I read magazines on it, I play Scrabble. I use it for everything. ~ Diane von Furstenberg
95:Elsewhere in the world, fashion magazines like Vogue and GQ use models for its covers and only occasionally feature actors. ~ Anonymous
96:I've heard that Black people and Black faces don't sell magazines, but one day you're going to beg me to be on there. ~ Michael Jackson
97:Cinema, radio, television, magazines are a school of inattention: people look without seeing, listen in without hearing ~ Robert Bresson
98:Editors of conservative magazines aren't out trying to raise money. The money is there; the cash reserves are in the bank. ~ David Brock
99:Cinema, radio, television, magazines are a school of inattention: people look without seeing, listen in without hearing. ~ Robert Bresson
100:Phooey, I say, on all white-shoe college boys who edit their campus literary magazines. Give me an honest con man any day. ~ J D Salinger
101:Everything is about color. If you look at magazines and advertising and television, the thing you remember is the color. ~ Kelly Wearstler
102:General (books you read for pleasure) Practical (references, cookbooks, etc.) Visual (photograph collections, etc.) Magazines ~ Marie Kond
103:I'm a news junkie who's constantly reading newspapers and magazines. I look around and see what's happening in the world. ~ Michael Franti
104:It seems like everyone's got an agenda, and the agenda seems to be selling magazines or air time with sensational stories. ~ Scott Weiland
105:She also kept literary indexes of books, newspapers, magazines, etc., which she purchased or obtained from the library. ~ Helena Whitbread
106:I dont believe you need high capacity magazines to go hunt. If you have to use 100 rounds to shoot a deer, youre in trouble. ~ Bob Menendez
107:I do think that the kind of writing that I do will always be around and printed in books, magazines, and now blogs. ~ Stephen Vincent Benet
108:I enjoy doing digital work. I enjoy sculpting digitally. I've had my digital sculptures on covers of the top digital magazines. ~ Rick Baker
109:A harsh reality of newspaper editing is that the deadlines don't allow for the polish that you expect in books or even magazines ~ Bill Walsh
110:Magazines are another medium I love, because 95% is simply based on 'How the hell are we going to fill all this blank space? ~ Jerry Seinfeld
111:When I began taking photographs I thought they might work better in magazines, in a journalistic sense, rather than as art. ~ Gillian Wearing
112:Everybody has a magazine and a channel. There are 500 channels and 500 magazines, and we wonder why we're not united as a country. ~ Bill Maher
113:If people were paid for writing rot such as I read in some of those magazines that I could write stories just as rotten. ~ Edgar Rice Burroughs
114:I try and be as stupid as possible regarding my profession, which means I try to look at as few design magazines as possible. ~ Ettore Sottsass
115:If you look at all the pictures of women in magazines, everybody's got a forehead that looks like a billboard. Completely blank. ~ Amy Heckerling
116:I'm not going to read any of these magazines. I mean, because they've just got too much to lose by printing the truth. You know that. ~ Bob Dylan
117:I wrote for magazines. I wrote adventure stuff, I wrote for the 'National Enquirer,' I wrote advertising copy for cemeteries. ~ Walter Dean Myers
118:The first real thought that I had of something that I might do was to write for car magazines, because I always had a car thing. ~ Jerry Seinfeld
119:We do not talk - we bludgeon one another with facts and theories gleaned from cursory readings of newspapers, magazines and digests. ~ Henry Miller
120:I just imagined that he and God had a lot of things in common, that they subscribed to the same magazines and wore similar shoes. ~ Rachel Held Evans
121:I live in a world where there's magazines and blogs, and people feel like they are allowed to criticize me, and in the meanest way. ~ Khloe Kardashian
122:It isn't glamorous until after the film is finished, and you are at the premiere and getting your picture on the cover of magazines. ~ Taylor Hackford
123:Every kid I knew had a father with a little stash of men's magazines which the father thought was secret and which the kid knew all about. ~ Bill Bryson
124:Like every girl, I felt amazing pressure to look like the popular girls, but no one told me the popular girls were all air brushed in magazines. ~ Jewel
125:Most Sunday magazines, with the New York Times as an exception, are kind of sleepy, weekend service vehicles to move living room products. ~ David Talbot
126:When I'm working, I'm going to avoid all media. No newspapers, no magazines, no movies, no radio, no TV. I'm just going to do creative work. ~ Drew Carey
127:I love magazines and film critics, so I eat it up. I'm not one of those people who says 'I never read anything.' I generally read all of it. ~ Judd Apatow
128:I realized that everything important in sci-fi showed up in the magazines first. It's the proving ground for new writers and new ideas. ~ Orson Scott Card
129:I taught workshops at universities. I wrote for magazines. This took time and insane amounts of juggling, but it's how I earned a living. ~ Cheryl Strayed
130:I used to follow trends and try to do exactly what I saw in the magazines, but I'm not a Victoria's Secret model who can wear anything. ~ Khloe Kardashian
131:Newspapers and magazines didn't want pictures of musicians behaving badly back then. Now, because of the Internet, that's all the media wants. ~ Mick Rock
132:I have nothing but very sad associations with the Old and rotting World. No colored ads in your magazines will change the situation.’ ‘My ~ Vladimir Nabokov
133:[about tabloid magazines] Just because you read it in a magazine or see it on a TV screen doesn't make it factual. To buy it is to feed it. ~ Michael Jackson
134:I remember when I first started being in magazines, I had pretty thin skin. I was this nerd that read books and stayed home and didn't go out. ~ Winona Ryder
135:My creative process involves reading books and magazines, writing outside, and moving around a lot. I like to pace around when I'm writing songs. ~ Judith Hill
136:Sometimes people talk about music, whether blogs or magazines, in a strange way where it doesn't seem like they're actually listening to it. ~ Victoria Legrand
137:When I see some of the people who are glorified in magazines these days - who are so thin it's bordering on sickness - I just feel exhausted. ~ Katherine Heigl
138:I really hate people who feel their private lives should be paraded, and there are magazines like 'Hello!,' 'OK' and 'Bella' totally devoted to this. ~ Ross Kemp
139:Magazines that depend on photography, and design, and long reads, and quality stuff, are going to do just fine despite the Internet and cable news. ~ Jann Wenner
140:I don't go to movies, I don't own a television, I don't buy magazines and I try not to receive mail, so I'm not really aware of popular culture. ~ Jesse Eisenberg
141:I started noticing a lot of big companies are bored with ads; they feel sort of lost in the advertising world. They're not into magazines anymore. ~ Gavin McInnes
142:In terms of fashion, I think the biggest influence that I had was my father. My pops, he was really into men's fashion and read all of the magazines. ~ Danny Brown
143:It had three or four book-cases, all of them very full, and a rack of wands, with newspapers and magazines hung out upon them like dripping laundry. ~ Sarah Waters
144:The whole thing about magazines is that, magazines are going to become deeper and more tutorial, and the nature of the magazine is going to change. ~ Kelly Cutrone
145:Clutter is knowing all of the things that you absorb through your fashion magazines. Clutter is knowing which celebrities broke up with whom and why. ~ Emily Giffin
146:The single biggest reason I got my stories taken in various literary magazines - and I want to stress this - is because I refused to give up. Period. ~ Steve Almond
147:All the pictures in magazines and all of that is fun but in the end it's all about your soul and who you are and have you connected with the people. ~ Renee O Connor
148:If you've been on the covers of some magazines and been in a few movies that have been seen by people, for some reason, women seem to be drawn to you. ~ Vince Vaughn
149:I love the way the American trade magazines never give anybody a bad review because they're afraid the advertising will be taken out. It's so hysterical. ~ Elton John
150:I remember my mom had a big collection of copies of Saturday Evening Post magazines, and that was really my introduction to those great illustrators. ~ Thomas Kinkade
151:The world when I was 13 wasn't truly driven by tabloid magazines and social media and reality shows. I was able to have a little more of a private life. ~ LeAnn Rimes
152:For years I stopped reading beauty magazines because I couldn't look at one without wanting to blow my brains out. How can those women look so good? ~ Jamie Lee Curtis
153:I dont want to write a book; I dont want to go on T.V., because I stink at it. The only thing I have always been comfortable with is being in magazines. ~ Patti Hansen
154:We live in a society that worships youth. On television, in magazines, in advertisements and on billboards, what sells and what is sold to us is youth. ~ Andrew Denton
155:Some people know me because of my music and come and see me in my concerts but you very rarely see me or hear me in press or TV or radio magazines. ~ Richard Clayderman
156:I buy tons of magazines. They're a big part of how I research characters. And I keep them around and go back to them years later. I just have stacks. ~ Jennifer Morrison
157:I have no secrets; all of these things have been discussed at length in guitar magazines over the years but are far too elaborate to cover in one article. ~ Adrian Belew
158:I think I discovered my first, you know, my first image of a naked woman was sort of sneaking a peek at one of those magazines that was in my dad's store. ~ Aasif Mandvi
159:My introduction to photography and a lot of how I developed aesthetically was through '50s and early-'60s fashion magazines like Harper's Bazaar and Vogue. ~ Patti Smith
160:Actually, I think what is being shown as beauty in fashion magazines right now has become particularly ugly. This kind of straight, blonde very conservative. ~ Nan Goldin
161:All the magazines contradict each other because it is so diverse. Know what you like, know what looks good on you and keep doing it, no reason to chase trends. ~ Tim Gunn
162:Magazines and TV shows spend a lot of time focusing on what to do when we fall off the wagon rather than teaching us how to stay on it in the first place. ~ Rachel Hollis
163:My biggest satisfaction is always when I make something beautiful and well-done that I can see on a real man or woman - not only in the glossy magazines. ~ Frida Giannini
164:I came over here and worked for rock magazines, and I worked for Rolling Stone, which has a very high standard of journalism, a very good research department. ~ Kurt Loder
165:The corporal also reads glossy magazines,” Cass said. “When not composing Shakespearean-quality media advisories pertaining to our mission here. Sir. ~ Christopher Buckley
166:I dont really take anything from home except some U.S. magazines and books and definitely some U.S. music. There are just certain songs that remind me of home. ~ A J McLean
167:I try to maintain a high level of coolness. Which means I've gotta look at lot of magazines. I've gotta look at a lot of ads to see what people want to wear. ~ Fred Armisen
168:Well, when I started modeling in the mid-'80s, the girls who did shows did shows, and the girls who did magazines did magazines. That's what was understood. ~ Naomi Campbell
169:While other girls were reading teen magazines and romances, you found The Story of O, and it was like a homecoming.” “Yes,” she breathed. Oh god, yes. “You ~ Claire Thompson
170:I don't like making a film and having the actors in character too much in magazines and on the net and everything else. Because you want to keep something back. ~ Graham King
171:Remember,the press is a business: Newspapers and magazines are in business to make money - sometimes at the expense of accuracy, fairness and even the truth. ~ Michael Jackson
172:I have a 6-year-old niece who doesn't look like the majority of girls on the covers of magazines. I hope that by the time she's 16, the world will have changed. ~ Prabal Gurung
173:It is fair to write about the change in your magazines. But what I want to see is the change on your covers ... When the covers change, that's when culture changes. ~ Lady Gaga
174:Modernizing the postal service was particularly important for the soldiers, who relied on letters, newspapers, and magazines from home to sustain morale. ~ Doris Kearns Goodwin
175:Perhaps it is not correct to say that she read it, for unfortunately the number of people who actually read magazines, papers or even books is very small indeed. ~ Doris Lessing
176:Very skinny girls were on the cover of magazines and that's what I was looking up to so that's what I had to idolize. I don't want that for young girls to idolize. ~ Demi Lovato
177:Whenever I read _Time_ or _Newsweek_ or such magazines, I wash my hands afterward. But how to wash off the small but odious stain such reading leaves on the mind? ~ Edward Abbey
178:As long as copyright is breached in Iran and international works are being freely published in magazines and newspapers, no one feels any need for Iranian works. ~ Javad Alizadeh
179:I make it a point not to buy certain magazines, not because I am against tabloids or things like that, but I want to fill my mind with valid issues in the world. ~ Angelina Jolie
180:By the time darkness crept up on them outside the store, they had enough bullets to load a half-dozen magazines, four clips for the M4A1s, and fifty shotgun shells. ~ Sam Sisavath
181:I'd really like to write. Just write, whether it's for magazines or books, whatever. Not necessarily deep and meaningful, but just something that someone can enjoy. ~ Lindsey Kelk
182:I never just sit down and see what's on TV anymore. And also, I hate almost everything, so that keeps you reading magazines and doing crossword puzzles or whatever. ~ Andy Richter
183:I remember that even my first impression of Italian cinema was pictures by paparazzi because my mom was reading all of these trash magazines with paparazzo pictures. ~ Wim Wenders
184:Funny how the most beautiful people in the world aren't always the types to gloss the covers of magazines and yet most people spend their lives trying to turn heads. ~ Marilyn Grey
185:I've never canceled a subscription to a newspaper because of bad cartoons or editorials. If that were the case, I wouldn't have any newspapers or magazines to read. ~ Richard M Nixon
186:Only twelve of over ninety American newspapers and magazines published substantial numbers of essays critical of the Constitution during the ratification controversy. ~ Pauline Maier
187:The last real movie stars were probably Redford and Newman. And things were different then. There wasn't this amazing amount of magazines and information about them. ~ George Clooney
188:Civilization means food and literature all round. Beefsteaks and fiction magazines for all. First-class proteins for the body, fourth-class love-stories for the spirit. ~ Aldous Huxley
189:Honestly, I don't read newspapers, magazines, whatever. They're just not part of my lexicon. I don't want to be manipulated, or manipulated about other people's work. ~ Madonna Ciccone
190:However, I began to submit poems to British magazines, and some were accepted. It was a great moment to see my first poems published. It felt like entering a tradition. ~ Helen Dunmore
191:I had a friend in the neighborhood whose father had Playboy magazines, and we would go over and look at them. I remember cutting out pictures and hiding them in my room. ~ Richard Gere
192:I started publishing stories in small magazines early on, but after seven or eight or nine years you feel like you need a little more than that to show for your efforts. ~ Ben Fountain
193:My whole life is reading tabloid magazines. It’s really sad, because that’s what my show is all about — what is going on with celebrities. So I have to know everything. ~ Chelsea Handler
194:Third, I love you, Hart. So yeah, if you want to join the circus or sell magazines door to door or work as a clerk at the mall, then I’m all for it. Whatever makes you happy. ~ Erin Watt
195:When I open many books, or most leading women's magazines, or see almost all TV shows, I don't find myself at all. I am completely anonymous. My value system is not there. ~ Bela Karolyi
196:Magazines and advertising are flogging the idea that you have to keep changing things and get something new. I think that's balls - evil. But obviously that's your livelihood. ~ Robin Day
197:Women's magazines continue to print 'helpful' articles on How to Hang on to Your Husband while thousands of wives write to me and complain that 'hanging is too good for 'em. ~ Ann Landers
198:But it is true that some magazines have a policy to show only a certain amount of black girls on their covers. Naomi is right. It's not fair, and I wish it would change. ~ Claudia Schiffer
199:Hearst’s papers and magazines” were his intended target and promised his speech would clarify that he abhorred “the whitewash brush quite as much as of mud slinging. ~ Doris Kearns Goodwin
200:I don't act to be popular, or see my face on the cover of magazines every time I go out to get coffee. I don't want to think about me all the time, and what I look like. ~ Ludivine Sagnier
201:I like magazines. I love to look at a magazine. But the magazines have got to get better. Everything pushes someone else to get better. So the Internet pushes the magazines. ~ Ralph Lauren
202:You guys are lucky, cuz in Europe, like you can show boobs on TV and like in magazines and what not. We're Americans so the slightest, the slightest glimpse of a nipple will. ~ Mark Hoppus
203:I love to hang out with boys - I've got brothers - but I'm a girl's girl, in all the ways you can be girlie. Nails and chats and gossip magazines and reality TV and pop culture. ~ Alice Eve
204:He (and anyone else who survived) learned to be as unscrupulous as the heroes in the pulp adventure magazines he'd read as a boy--sometimes, as unscrupulous as the villains. ~ Thomas M Disch
205:I didn't understand anything about fashion until I moved to Canada when I was 9. That's when I learned English and was exposed to fashion magazines like Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue. ~ Jason Wu
206:I finally decided one day, reading science fiction magazines of the time, I could do at least as well as some of these people are doing. So I finally made a serious effort. ~ Fred Saberhagen
207:If you send your work to the magazines, you may be in for a shock. You may get a rejection note. The worst kind. A printed form. And probably you will be shattered. Shattered. ~ R O Blechman
208:I was very strongly influenced by women's magazines and I really believed tha a woman could not be married and raise a family and have a successful career all at the same time. ~ Helen Reddy
209:They don't have the news media set up in Africa that we do in the United States, where televisions are so accessible and newspapers and magazines are able to educate people. ~ Matthew Modine
210:to have a seat. Ten minutes of kicking at the floor and reading Time magazines passed before a pudgy guy in a uniform approached us. “I’m Gary Walczak, the senior corrections ~ Ty Hutchinson
211:Adults, older girls, shops, magazines, newspapers, window signs—all the world had agreed that a blue-eyed, yellow-haired, pink-skinned doll was what every girl child treasured ~ Toni Morrison
212:I don't read the magazines that make things up about people. I know what the truth is. I don't sort of indulge in my own fodder. I don't really care what they write about me. ~ Ashton Kutcher
213:I'm not interested in the ego trip of creating or not creating. I'm interested in selling a magazine. Rock-bottom, I sell magazines. I'm a thorough professional who does his job. ~ Jack Kirby
214:I naturally own a lot of very old magazines. And I enjoy going to old magazines because the advertisements in those magazines tended to have thousands of words of copy in them. ~ John Hodgman
215:I remember looking through magazines or watching movies even just a couple of years ago and being like, 'I really want to be part of that,' but not realizing what that was. ~ Leighton Meester
216:it was absurd how women’s magazines forced images of small-boned, small-breasted white women on the rest of the multi-boned, multi-ethnic world of women to emulate. ~ Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
217:I certainly think that when I flick through all the magazines at the hairdresser's I like to see and am drawn to images that have an intelligence and mind at work behind them. ~ Cate Blanchett
218:Many men are stored full of unused knowledge. Like loaded guns that are never fired off, or military magazines in times of peace, they are stuffed with useless ammunition. ~ Henry Ward Beecher
219:Oh, there you are, Albus,' he said. 'You've been a very long time. Upset stomach?' 'No, I was merely reading the Muggle magazines,' said Dumbledore. 'I do love knitting patterns. ~ J K Rowling
220:I don't really do very well when I'm sent somewhere. A lot of magazines want to send you somewhere to do something. They want you to stow away on a ship, or something like that. ~ David Sedaris
221:Indians are very racist. It's deeply ingrained. But there is so much pressure by peer groups, magazines, billboards and TV adverts that perpetuate this idea that fair is the ideal. ~ Nandita Das
222:that feeling of wonderful stupefaction from which one generally seeks to protect those who pass their time reading books or magazines, I have made every effort to produce. ~ Comte de Lautr amont
223:Decorating is not about making stage sets, it's not about making pretty pictures for the magazines, it's really about creating a quality of life, a beauty that nourishes the soul. ~ Albert Hadley
224:I've done so many interviews over the years in so many different languages. Radios. Papers. Magazines. There's always another interview to do. It's quite something, I have to say. ~ Roger Federer
225:Oh, there you are, Albus,' he said. 'You've been a very long time. Upset stomach?'
'No, I was merely reading the Muggle magazines,' said Dumbledore. 'I do love knitting patterns. ~ J K Rowling
226:For me, as far as skin, I'm a big advocate of facials. And I moisturize. And I read my magazines. I listen to good advice from people who really know, and I try to watch what I eat. ~ Eva Longoria
227:I always looked at magazines. Ever since I was little I was obsessed with Elle magazine and the models. I would watch the model TV shows, like the specials on Milla Jovovich. ~ Katherine Bernhardt
228:You read my Cosmo?"
"I read all of your magazines. I took all the love quizzes and pretended I was you answering the questions."
"How did I do?"
"You cheated," I said. ~ Michael Chabon
229:I ask my clients to divide them into four broad categories: General (books you read for pleasure) Practical (references, cookbooks, etc.) Visual (photograph collections, etc.) Magazines ~ Marie Kond
230:I'm very committed to and interested in CNN's journalism and our magazines and our movie studio, not just HBO, where I grew up. But I do have a fondness for subscription television. ~ Jeffrey Bewkes
231:I think it's very important what young people see in pictures or on TV or in magazines. Drugs, violence, anorexia. All of the things that I absolutely do not reference in my photos. ~ Karl Lagerfeld
232:Theres such a pressure on women that we put on ourselves and everyone else puts on us to look unrealistic and everything, but you just cant compare yourself to people in magazines. ~ Kate Beckinsale
233:I look in music magazines now and see things on Luther Allison, and my name's getting out there more, thanks to all the good people at Alligator Records and at my management company. ~ Luther Allison
234:One of the great things about women’s magazines is that they accept that drinking water and sitting quietly will make your breasts huge and lips plump up to the size of two bratwursts. ~ Mindy Kaling
235:When I started publishing, I got offers to write for big magazines. But I would always say, "Well, it's not that I don't want to write for these big magazines, but you can't edit it." ~ Fran Lebowitz
236:Although we live in an age of celebrity and beauty magazines that try to dictate to us what is beautiful and what is not, our real beauty shines from within. - the secret of life wellness ~ Inna Segal
237:through one hundred years’ worth of forgotten books and dusty master’s dissertations in the fields of history and folklore, through articles in defunct magazines, and amid brain-numbing ~ Stephen King
238:I really just love to read, period, whether it be books or magazines or the back of the cereal box. It's the one thing I can always count on to calm me down, take me away and inspire me, ~ Sarah Dessen
239:Boyle is a round, pancake-faced little oddball who gives you the impression that he has a room at home packed with disturbing magazines, neatly alphabetized, but he runs a scene impeccably ~ Tana French
240:As a young man... you don't know anything about yourself. And add on to that, you're on the cover of magazines. People are interviewing you about what you think. You feel like a real phony. ~ Ethan Hawke
241:If by that you mean that I dislike celebrity magazines, prefer food to anorexia, refuse to watch TV shows about models, and hate the color pink, then yes. I am proud to be not really a girl. ~ John Green
242:We have federal regulations and state laws that prohibit hunting ducks with more than three rounds. And yet it's legal to hunt humans with 15-round, 30-round, even 150-round magazines. ~ Dianne Feinstein
243:Well, it hurts my feelings because the person that I read about sometimes in these gossip magazines is not the person who I am. So I don't want, you know, my fans to think that's how I am. ~ Paris Hilton
244:One of the great things about women’s magazines is that they accept that drinking water and sitting quietly will make your breasts huge and lips plump up to the size of two bratwursts. Maybe ~ Mindy Kaling
245:On radio and television, magazines and the movies, you can't tell what you're going to get. When you look at the comic page, you can usually depend on something acceptable by the entire family. ~ Bil Keane
246:I never understood why anyone would do magazines. Like, why would someone put their face out there so much? It's because those people reading magazines will go see the movie, so you do it. ~ Elizabeth Olsen
247:We don't see the people that vice destroys. We just see the glamour of it - everywhere we look, from billboard signs to movies, to newspapers, to magazines. We see the destruction of human life. ~ Bob Dylan
248:In a funny way, poems are suited to modern life. They're short, they're intense. Nobody has time to read a 700-page book. People read magazines, and a poem takes less time than an article. ~ Caroline Kennedy
249:Knowing almost nothing about books or serious magazines, intellectually he is a creature of the movie house, where he is an easy prey to fantasies concocted by Hollywood for the gullible. He ~ Richard Wright
250:I'm not obsessively a follower of fashion in the way I used to be. But I still have all those magazines I bought at the time because I bought ones that felt a little timeless, more like books. ~ Tavi Gevinson
251:Playboy isn't like the downscale, male bonding, beer-swilling phenomena that is being promoted now by (some men's magazines). My whole notion was the romantic connection between male and female. ~ Hugh Hefner
252:But then the world got full of eyes and elbows and mouths. Double, triple, quadruple population. Films and radios, magazines, books leveled down to a sort of pastepudding norm, do you follow me? ~ Ray Bradbury
253:Being a teen idol or being a heartthrob on all the magazines, with Shaun Cassidy, Leif Garrett, and Scott Baio - it was embarrassing! I never understood it. I mean, why me? I never really got it. ~ Willie Aames
254:Most magazines have become wallpaper, they're all the same, all the same celebrities. It's really an abysmal time in American journalism right now. But occasionally one story or two will pop out. ~ David Talbot
255:Since reality TV everything is much more celebrity-oriented, there are gossip magazines, people seem to be obsessed with every little detail. That's why I'm so pleased that I'm not starting out now. ~ Andy Bell
256:You have to look at fashion from the perspective of high end editors and publications. Read all the magazines--commercial and underground--and your voice will evolve from what you see there. ~ Thakoon Panichgul
257:The media create this wonderful illusion-but the amount of airbrushing that goes into those beauty magazines-the hours of hair and makeup! It's impossible to live up to, because it's not real. ~ Jennifer Aniston
258:I actually find it pretty tedious when magazines ask me to write articles based on my real life, because I've already lived it and there's nothing new to discover. So, I'm unlikely to write a memoir. ~ Nick Earls
259:I just feel that the East and the West are two different worlds. I sometimes get saddened when I see that very few writers of color are published or reviewed in East Coast presses and magazines. ~ Sandra Cisneros
260:I'm definitely not an outsider artist. I'm very much an insider artist. I get written about in art magazines, and I'm not, like, in a mental institution. I'm a regular guy who went to art school. ~ David Shrigley
261:If you ban them in the future, the number of these high-capacity magazines is going to decrease dramatically over time because the bullets will have been shot and there won't be any more available. ~ Diana DeGette
262:I loved going to the library. It was the first time I ever saw Black newspapers and magazines like JET, Ebony, the Baltimore Afro-American, or the Chicago Defender. And I’ll never forget my librarian. ~ John Lewis
263:There's very little advice in men's magazines, because men don't think there's a lot they don't know. Women do. Women want to learn. Men think, 'I know what I'm doing, just show me somebody naked.' ~ Jerry Seinfeld
264:The room was a mess, as always – magazines, newspapers scattered, unpacked boxes, a nest of cat hair on one side chair where their feline slept, furniture, mantle, a few knick-knacks all undusted. ~ Chet Williamson
265:Children are not deceived by fairy-tales; they are often and gravely deceived by school-stories. Adults are not deceived by science-fiction ; they can be deceived by the stories in the women's magazines. ~ C S Lewis
266:I can do this thing called the 'eyebrow wave,' where I can move my eyebrows in a...wave-ular motion, whatever you call it. I feel like all the teen magazines have sucked me dry of my cool talents. ~ Victoria Justice
267:One of my timesaving habits is to save all of my magazines and junk mail for airplane trips. I walk on the plane with a very heavy bundle, but by the time the trip is over, it can all be thrown away. ~ Renee Fleming
268:the newspapers, the magazines, television, and radio produce a commodity: news, from the raw material of events. Only news is salable, and the news media determine which events are news, which are not. ~ Erich Fromm
269:To judge from all Communist papers, magazines and brochures, and from all public assemblies, one might even surmise that a revolt of the poor peasants in Western Europe might break out at any moment! ~ Herman Gorter
270:We are all alone, born alone, die alone, and - in spite of True Romance magazines - we shall all someday look back on our lives and see that, in spite of our company, we were alone the whole way. ~ Hunter S Thompson
271:When I first came to America there still was Look Magazine and LIFE Magazine, and the photography in those magazines was amazing to look at. They had the best portraits, and their news photography. ~ Vilmos Zsigmond
272:You all would be really shocked, if you were dropped back down into when I went to college, by the narrowness of the opinions you could get just by reading newspapers and magazines and watching TV. ~ William Kristol
273:In art school, I started to see Pettibon in magazines, and I figured it out backward. I was into the idea that someone could show work in galleries while making album covers and photocopied books. ~ Michael Dumontier
274:The key point is that maximizers aspire to achieve that goal. Thus, they spend a great deal of time and effort on the search, reading labels, checking out consumer magazines, and trying new products. ~ Barry Schwartz
275:There's a very specific thing you can do to get in magazines. I'm much happier to just show up and do the job. I haven't taken the active approach to making myself a star. I haven't been in a blockbuster. ~ Paul Rudd
276:And why do we, who say we oppose tyranny and demand freedom of speech, allow people to go to prison and be vilified, and magazines to be closed down on the spot, for suggesting another version of history. ~ David Icke
277:I realized that what I was saying was threatening, somehow, to the editors of women's magazines. That it threatened the very world they were trying to paint, what I then called the "feminine mystique." ~ Betty Friedan
278:Please, dear God. Let her come back. You can have whatever you like. All my magazines, all my books, my things. Whatever you want. But just make it so she comes back. To me. Please, please God. ~ John Ajvide Lindqvist
279:She warns me about equating complexity with quality. “All that stuff you read on wine bottles, in wine magazines, where they throw out a dozen descriptors? That’s not sensory evaluation. That’s marketing. ~ Mary Roach
280:She wondered if it was her stupid mother, the goddess of love, messing with her thoughts. If Piper started getting urges to read fashion magazines, she was going to have to find Aphrodite and smack her. ~ Rick Riordan
281:What is the 20% of my belongings that I use 80% of the time? Eliminate the other 80% in clothing, magazines, books, and all else. Be ruthless - you can always repurchase things you can't live without. ~ Timothy Ferriss
282:I am afraid I never wore a deerstalker, or smoked the big pipe – mere embellishments by an illustrator, intended to give me distinction, I suppose, and sell magazines. I didn’t get much say in the matter. ~ Mitch Cullin
283:In fact, I probably learned more about photography from studying black-and-white photography in those magazines [Look Magazine and LIFE Magazine] than I did from watching movies here. That's the truth. ~ Vilmos Zsigmond
284:In the waiting room, ladies in a picturesque group surrounded a table with magazines. They stood, sat, or half reclined in the poses they saw in the pictures and, studying the models, discussed styles. ~ Boris Pasternak
285:I read a whole bunch of bits and pieces over the years, obviously from the fan magazines and the rest of the stuff, and I just wanted to give a little more insight into what's happening in my personal life. ~ Davy Jones
286:At a magazine, everything you do is edited by a bunch of people, by committee, and a lot of them are, were, or think of themselves as writers. Part of that is because magazines worry about their voice. ~ Chuck Klosterman
287:I think the thing about relationships is that you're always thinking "Oh, it's going to go bad." [...] But then, it's the same thing that all the silly magazines say, "Take time for yourselves. Go away." ~ Julianne Moore
288:My mom actually didn't let me read any women's magazines growing up. She also didn't let me see Pretty Woman. She thought that I was going to want to be a hooker. So, instead, I just got cast in Scary Movie. ~ Anna Faris
289:Some people think literature is high culture and that it should only have a small readership. I don't think so... I have to compete with popular culture, including TV, magazines, movies and video games. ~ Haruki Murakami
290:There's always enough to fill up the headlines in a newspaper, the evening news broadcasts. I'm always grateful when I get the weekly news magazines on Monday morning and don't see my picture on the front. ~ Jimmy Carter
291:I never bothered with cars. I was probably one of the few kids in school who didn't run around with hot-rod magazines. As I would be at home fiddling with my guitar, they would be fiddling with a car engine. ~ Angus Young
292:weight. Arnhem also sports an unusually large x-height for a serif, which enables not only dense text, but also a more harmonious fit with most sans serifs. Good for: Magazines. Forward-thinking newspapers. ~ Stephen Coles
293:Baen's Universe, and various other magazines and anthologies. Her first story to appear in our pages came about because there was a fundraising auction and Ms. Kritzer offered up the chance to be the protagonist ~ Anonymous
294:The only people who have control over their careers are the ones you see on the covers of magazines. Everyone else is just plodding along making a living. The key is not to live over your means and overdo it. ~ Adam Baldwin
295:There are actors who aren't on the cover of magazines but still decide what work they want and when they want it. I want a family one day. So I dream of really being able to decide when to work and when not to. ~ Fran Kranz
296:caught in an elevator. In pride of place were two large photographs of Iroquois chieftains that he’d found in magazines. Neither of these Indians looked remotely like Little Bear, but they appealed to Omri ~ Lynne Reid Banks
297:I argued that modern women see no contradiction in being both informed and fashionable (and that men's magazines don't get much grief for running photos of women in bikinis alongside lengthy reportage). ~ Alyssa Mastromonaco
298:I'm a gastronome first and foremost. I have several bookshelves in my home full of cookbooks, foodie magazines and food writer books and I am always on the hunt for a great recipe or local foodie haunt to try. ~ Karen Walker
299:Then I got this idea in my head that magazines were like a gallery and if you got your magazine page ripped out and someone stuck it on their refrigerator, then that was a museum – someone’s private museum. ~ David LaChapelle
300:when I moved to Canada in '93, I started reading fashion magazines, and that's where I spotted the M.A.C ad that RuPaul were in. That's sort of how I first "met" you - in the red bodysuit. That was so iconic to me. ~ Jason Wu
301:I started reading all these men's magazines, trying to follow all the tips: what you're supposed to wear, what you're supposed to have, things you're supposed to say, and all the exercises you're supposed to do. ~ Ryan Gosling
302:It's very complicated. There's been this broader mechanism, an industry, which wants people to use free services, from the old days of advertising-supported papers and magazines, to ad-supported free television. ~ Astra Taylor
303:My work is about making candy for the eyes. It's about grabbing your attention. Even though my work is appearing in magazines I am trying to make a large picture. I want my photographs to read like a poster. ~ David LaChapelle
304:As a freelance writer, I'd be asked to become an expert for various magazines on any subject, whether food or wine or history or the life span of veterinarians. I was completely unschooled in any of these things. ~ John Hodgman
305:I don't sit down with a goal of writing. I read books or magazines. I watch TV. I go to the doctor. I get on airplanes. I live a normal life and sometimes I'll notice something or read things or experience things. ~ Brian Regan
306:I don't think that we have to look like the models in the magazines because they are 19 year olds and they have been photo shopped extensively, not but given what I, we have as the raw material, take care of it. ~ Isabel Allende
307:Teen magazines keep writing that my eyes ´twinkle´ when I talk. Look, I´m a guy. I don´t twinkle, you know! You can say that my eyes ´sparkle´ maybe, but not ´twinkle´ alright? Got that teen magazine writers?! ~ Jonathan Brandis
308:I don't remember my parents together, ever: my father was much older, and really only interested in collecting magazines and bathroom suites; we were the only family in the area to have a bathroom suite on the lawn. ~ Paula Yates
309:I believe that the habit of constant reading of good books and scholarly periodicals and magazines in many disciplines is vital to give a larger perspective and to constantly sense the interdependent nature of life. ~ Stephen Covey
310:I watch these actors who when you go to buy a pint of milk you see them smiling on the cover of 20 magazines. Then when you see them in a film it's hard to believe the character because you just see them everywhere ~ Charlie Hunnam
311:Fat Angie may not have had a body worth promoting according to any number of fashion magazines on the market, but it was a healthier, stronger, and, quite honestly, ready-to-kick-ass-and-take-names body. With ~ E E Charlton Trujillo
312:I'm always in the kitchen, cooking and experimenting - I love it. And every now and then I think, 'I should write a cookbook' or, 'I should write for food magazines.' And then I get drawn back to writing fiction again. ~ Kiran Desai
313:It used to be that artists thought of nature as their environment. Now media is our environment. It has been for the past 50, 70 years. It's what you see on TV, on the computer, what is in the magazines and newspapers. ~ Richard Hell
314:A career high was when I did a cover for W Magazines July issue with Steven Meisel. So few girls shoot with Meisel in their career, and a lot of people had told me I would never achieve that, so it was a dream come true. ~ Joan Smalls
315:Estelle doesn’t wish she were married or had children, but sometimes she does wish she had someone to cook her meals and give her kisses. Instead, she walks Mingus, checks her Facebook, or reads blogs and news magazines. ~ Mary Pipher
316:Society, magazines, posters, music videos, investment bankers. A lot of times, in my past anyway, looking within wasn't overly encouraged. Pretty much everybody proclaimed that fame would give me power and fortune. ~ Alanis Morissette
317:When I was 16 I started publishing all kinds of things in school magazines. My main feedback came from my English teacher, Miss Bessie B. Billings, who said, 'I can't understand this at all, dear, so it must be good. ~ Margaret Atwood
318:magazines wanted Jessica Rabbit—the animated character—not real women. Heck, even supermodels weren’t good enough anymore. Real women didn’t sell magazines. Unrealistic and unhealthy images of female beauty sold magazines. ~ Penny Reid
319:I see a great lack of stories around. I bought six literary magazines and looked through them to see what people were doing. There wasn't a story in them. They were all about how poetic the feelings of the author were. ~ Keith Johnstone
320:Twitter reminds me of an era in French literature - Emile Zola and Honoré de Balzac - and the beginning of modernity and gossip. They had these fashion magazines of the time on display with all of the Emile Zola references. ~ Kim Gordon
321:[Columbia House] magazines were how I found out about the punk world going on in New York. Because of what I read, at the age of 15, I hounded the local record store to order a copy of Horses [1975] for me by Patti Smith. ~ Michael Stipe
322:Taking in and blowing out smoke? And now you see girls smoking cigars. It got to be such a fad. Girls on the covers of magazines, smoking cigars. Give me a break. I didn't want to be a part of that. I don't like 'popular.' ~ James Coburn
323:Cooper and Professor Goosewaddle were sitting on a sofa in the waiting room, flipping through magazines as if it were the most normal thing in the world for a smurf to be sitting next to a half-naked gorilla monster. Cooper ~ Robert Bevan
324:It was the era that I later analyzed, the "feminine mystique" era, [when] "career woman" was a dirty word. And so I didn't want a career anymore. [But] I had to do something. So I started freelancing for women's magazines. ~ Betty Friedan
325:Why does one never hear of government funding for the preservation and encouragement of comic strips, girlie magazines and TV soap operas? Because these genres still hold the audience they were created to amuse and instruct. ~ John Updike
326:He who loves the bristle of bayonets only sees in the glitter what beforehand he feels in his heart. It is avarice and hatred; it is that quivering lip, that cold, hating eye, which built magazines and powder-houses. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
327:Most “science reporters” for newspapers and magazines did not have the scientific background to understand the ramifications of the story. Those involved with the story of Jennie’s life were anxious to correct the record. ~ Douglas Preston
328:Everybody has only a 24-hour day. Most people, if they increase consumption of one medium (like magazines or books) will cut down on another (like TV). This drastically reduces the sort of growth some people have been expecting. ~ Ted Nelson
329:I believe that business shouldn't be done in the public's eye anyway. And I believe that business shouldn't be handled in the magazines anyway. Business should be handled in the room amongst the people you're doing business with. ~ Lil Wayne
330:I feel like that when I read certain feminist blogs or feminist magazines, where it's not even so much we've gone backwards, it's that I'm bored. Or it's like, oh wow, kids today are still dealing with the same exact issues. ~ Kathleen Hanna
331:I'm not really caught up with celebrity women. I think a regular girl that goes to school or works at a Complex or Spin or Blender or whatever, one of those magazines. She'd probably be flyer to me than the person she's writing about. ~ Wale
332:You wanna know what’s happening to New York?” he asked. “I tell you what you do. You go to a used-magazine store, you look at the covers of science fiction magazines from the thirties. That’s what’s happening to New York. ~ Donald E Westlake
333:My fiction is reviewed by the mainstream press, by science fiction periodicals, romance magazines, small press publications and various other journals, including some usually devoted to archaeological and other science material. ~ Jean M Auel
334:Specifically within the AR15 community, gun owners can now make the capacity magazines for themselves and there is no need to serialize them. People don't like to register their firearms any more. They don't trust the government. ~ Cody Wilson
335:There is no such thing as unlawful censorship in the home. Movies, magazines, television, videos, the Internet, and other media are there as guests and should only be welcomed when they are appropriate for family enjoyment. ~ M Russell Ballard
336:the BIG issue nowadays is that on TV and in magazines, the images we see, while they appear surreal, “really aren’t surrealistic, because they’re just random, and there’s no subconsciousness underneath to generate the images. ~ Douglas Coupland
337:The [CIA] Agency has owned outright more than 240 Media operations around the world, including newspapers, magazines, publishing houses, radio and television stations, and wire services, and has partially controlled many more. ~ Michael Parenti
338:There's such a huge link with fashion, with front covers of magazines and selling products, but that's not what you go into the job for, and yet you're persuaded that's what you have to do to create the opportunities for yourself. ~ Ruth Wilson regularly reading business newspaper and magazines I am exposed to an enormous amount of material at the micro level.. I find that what I see going on there pretty much informs me about what's happening at the macro level. ~ Charlie Munger
340:I couldn't find any good pictures in magazines of ordinary modern street corners in America, so I persuaded this guy I knew in Sacramento - Stanley Something-or-other - to spend a day with me driving around just to take snapshots. ~ Robert Crumb
341:The same magazines which not long before advertised products which would quickly allow women to return to their war work now extolled elaborate recipes which women could attempt if they stayed home and vacated jobs for men. ~ Doris Kearns Goodwin
342:I don't happen to think magazines should be full of thin people. What I do say is that we can all work a little harder with what we have. It is possible to achieve a better body shape and heart rate with nutrition and exercise. ~ Linda Evangelista
343:I wish fashion would have changed a bit more; obviously, there is change, but it's not enough - for example, I don't think there's enough diversity in fashion on the catwalk, in magazines. I really would love to push that more. ~ Olivier Rousteing
344:My mind absorbs things in a funny way. I'm on planes quite a bit and I always take stacks and stacks of magazines and I go through them and tear pages out and fold them up, and they get stuck at the bottom of my backpack or whatever. ~ Marc Jacobs
345:If everyone followed through on their resolutions, the conseqences for humanity would be dire: The fast food industry would collapse, the gyms would become unbearably crowded, and lifestyle magazines would have nothing left to say. ~ Amanda Foreman
346:I know there's a lot of competition in the world of magazines and newspapers and we have to make headlines and be sensational and sell, and saying bad things about me is going to sell more papers than writing good things about me. ~ Madonna Ciccone
347:I think women see me on the cover of magazines and think I never have a pimple or bags under my eyes. You have to realize that's after two hours of hair and makeup, plus retouching. Even I don't wake up looking like Cindy Crawford. ~ Cindy Crawford
348:The fashion world is much more ephemeral than the film industry and moves at a faster pace, and it's got even more frenetic since the Nineties; more paparazzi hanging about and it seems to me there are even more fashion magazines. ~ Richard E Grant
349:We always had 'Vogue' in our house. But, when I was around 12, my Mom finally took me seriously about modeling and put a stack of magazines in front of me, then told me to study all the poses. The ones I loved the most were in 'Vogue. ~ Chanel Iman
350:Why do magazines do this to women? It's all about creating insecurity. Trying to make women feel like they're not good enough. And when women don't feel like they're good enough, guess what? Men win. That's how they keep us down. ~ Candace Bushnell
351:Somewhere hidden away was the culmination of the serious shopping of the past weeks, trees, turkeys, families sitting on settees. Like in the pictures she has seen in magazines. Private people, she thought, made private by the cold. ~ Leila Aboulela
352:(Always bring a book, as protection against strangers. Magazines don’t last. Newspapers from home will make you homesick, and newspapers from elsewhere will remind you you don’t belong. You know how alien another paper’s typeface seems.) ~ Anne Tyler
353:I didn't come east of the Mississippi for the first time in my life until I was 26 years of age, but I knew. I read magazines, I listened to radio, I watched television. I knew there was something out there, and I wanted a part of it. ~ Sam Donaldson
354:I love to read. I love to stretch. In the morning, I get up, and if I'm not in a hurry, I will lie on the floor on a rug, look through some books and magazines, and maybe listen to music and try to do stretching exercises to tune up. ~ Jackson Browne
355:There are people who appear in the magazines and I don't know who they are. I've never seen anything they've done and their careers are over already. They're famous for maybe 10 minutes. Real careers, I think, take a long time to unfold. ~ Matt Damon
356:I’m curious,” she said. “All this time, and now you contact me.” “I’ve followed your journalism career, subscribe to all the magazines you regularly contribute to, and I thought this . . . expedition . . . might be good fodder for your— ~ Blake Crouch
357:I think young people are aware, more than when I was young. There is such an obsession in the media of young people, about their beauty. The magazines and the fashion, all these kinds of things. They know that, and they use this power. ~ Francois Ozon
358:Magazines and opinions of you and stuff like that, those will change, but your opinion of yourself does not have to based on what other people say. So I just learned that my inner voice has to be louder than their outside voice. ~ Jennifer Love Hewitt
359:Others may do as they please, but as for me,' he concluded ferociously, 'I shall never disclose to anybody that an acrobat, a trained bear of the magazines, a juggler of comic paragraphs, is not a priceless pearl of art and philosophy. ~ Stephen Crane
360:The pictures in the magazines almost put me off my job completely. I’ve always hated those color photographs of naked women in those stupid positions that are supposed to turn men on. I never felt that there was anything sexy about them. ~ Gene Wilder
361:Why do magazines do this to women? It's
all about creating insecurity. Trying to make women feel like they're not good enough. And when women don't feel like they're good enough, guess what? Men win. That's how they keep us down. ~ Candace Bushnell
362:Also, I need deadlines, just like everybody else, especially coming from magazines, newspapers, and stuff like that. I need daily or weekly deadlines to get stuff done, or I continue to do things and not go off on a year of unproductivity. ~ Dave Eggers
363:If you truly love film, I think the healthiest thing to do is not read books on the subject. I prefer the glossy film magazines with their big color photos and gossip columns, or the National Enquirer. Such vulgarity is healthy and safe. ~ Werner Herzog
364:In other words, instead of providing a place for a group of like-minded people to come together, magazines provide a sampling of what a group of like-minded people might say in such an instance so that you can pretend you’re part of them. ~ Aaron Swartz
365:They [US Administration] have exploited hip-hop and some of the culture around it - magazines, videos, etc. - to recruit people into the military. The Army says it will give out Hummers, platinum teeth, or whatever to those that actually join. ~ Chuck D
366:I stopped examining myself in the mirror to compare myself to the perfect beauties of movies and magazines; I decided I was beautiful-- for the simple reason that I wanted to be. And then never gave the matter a second thought. -Eva Luna ~ Isabel Allende
367:Anna liked magazines. They were glossy machines. The only technology that she could fold. She read them on a regular basis because they were absorbing. Each one came out on a specific day of the week and was good for an hour of absorption. ~ Sarah Schulman
368:I think people are sick of trends changing every six months - not because we're tired of them, but just for the sake of change. There is so much junk in the world: junk TV, junk movies, all those junk magazines with the same people on the cover. ~ Tom Ford
369:I was dyslexic as a child and it took me years to get passed that. I read a lot but it was hard and that didn't go away until my early-to-mid-twenties. So really what I was looking at were the photographs and the illustrations in magazines. ~ Robert Benton
370:The philosophy of six thousand years has not searched the chambers and magazines of the soul. In its experiments there has always remained, in the last analysis, a residuum it could not resolve. Man is a stream whose source is hidden. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
371:When I talked to my medical friends about the strange silence on this subject in American medical magazines and textbooks, I gained the impression that here was a subject tainted with Socialism or with feminine sentimentality for the poor. ~ Alice Hamilton
372:The industry has died as far as modeling has gone, and I'll tell you why. Magazines are featuring the Halle Berrys and Sarah Jessica Parkers, all the actresses. Makeup companies are featuring all the celebrities. All the models have died. ~ Janice Dickinson
373:When you're in your 20s, there's maybe a little room for you to not be at the top of your artistic game, if you look good on a magazine cover. When you're not on the cover of the magazines anymore, then you realize that the work has to be great. ~ Tori Amos
374:To my surprise I found that when other top players in the precomputer age (before 1995, roughly) wrote about games in magazines and newspaper columns, they often made more mistakes in their annotations than the players had made at the board. ~ Garry Kasparov
375:He had read books, newspapers and magazines. He knew that if you ran away you sometimes met bad people who did bad things to you; but he had also read fairy tales, so he knew that there were kind people out there, side by side with the monsters. ~ Neil Gaiman
376:If Obama needs to be criticized, I will criticize him. There's a tremendous amount of excitement about him. And a corollary of that is, as we're learning, from newspapers and magazines that are going into overdrive reprinting Obama editions, etc. ~ Frank Rich
377:While poetry was less professionalized than it is now, I still had this urge to win prizes and see my work in magazines, to get an "A," as though poetry could be graded. I wish I had been more patient and less frantic about getting published. ~ Denise Duhamel
378:Erotic movies - they don't even make it anymore. Even the erotic magazines don't really look like the ones you could find in the '70s. You have much more extreme iconography of what is sexy. It's very cold. There's nothing that links to real life. ~ Gaspar Noe
379:I am the entertainer, the idol of my age I make all kinds of money when I go on the stage You see me in the papers, I've been in the magazines But if I go cold, I won't get sold I get put in the back in the discount rack Like another can of beans. ~ Billy Joel
380:Just as long as newspapers and magazines are controlled by men, every woman upon them must write articles which are reflections of men's ideas. As long as that continues, women's ideas and deepest convictions will never get before the public. ~ Susan B Anthony
381:I'm not scandalous. I think it's actually embarrassing to be in those, yet some people will do anything to be in those magazines. I'm happy with who I am, and I'm happy with the way people portray me. If it's too normal, then that's their opinion. ~ Hilary Duff
382:I took Dani and her girlfriends to your show while Cohen was overseas and all that shit was going down with her. It was the first time I had ever seen you outside of magazines and the television. I think I felt the kick of us even back then.” Her ~ Harper Sloan
383:Wait until my wife sees this.” He chortled. “She’s said all along that we should just get rid of the darned cupboard doors. She even showed me a picture in one of her magazines, but I told her she was crazy. Just shows you how much I know.” He ~ Mary Kay Andrews
384:When my mother entered, wearing her nurse’s outfit, her arms full of magazines, we must have said, “Hi Mom” too quickly, because she immediately became suspicious. You can see that in your mother’s face right away, that “What did you kids do?” look. ~ Mitch Albom
385:Expand the definition of 'reading' to include non-fiction, humor, graphic novels, magazines, action adventure, and, yes, even websites. It's the pleasure of reading that counts; the focus will naturally broaden. A boy won't read shark books forever. ~ Jon Scieszka
386:...watching a midforties Wonder Woman stumble backward into Hannah's net stack of Traveler magazines made me wonder if the very idea of Growing Up was a sham, the bus out of town you're so busy waiting for, you don't notice it never actually comes. ~ Marisha Pessl
387:A silent Library is a sad Library. A Library without patrons on whom to pile books and tales and knowing and magazines full of up-to-the-minute politickal fashions and atlases and plays in pentameter! A Library should be full of exclamations! ~ Catherynne M Valente
388:I live in New York now and most of magazines have turned more towards reality stars. So, really I think that's great because it's turned towards people who want it rather than... So, I think it's actually kind of imploding in on itself a little bit. ~ Kirsten Dunst
389:I don't buy these rag magazines that feed off of stolen, you know, press. They're basically stealing someone's image in order to make money for themselves... They wait at the end of my street in their cars. Every time I exit my home, I have company. ~ Ashton Kutcher
390:I’ve spent more than two decades speaking to women through magazines. What’s so exciting about Yahoo is that I can inspire and connect with hundreds of millions more women, and bring them the magic of the fashion world in ways they haven’t yet experienced. ~ Joe Zee
391:Well, I'm very much a literary person. And my fashion always tells a story somehow. I never look at fashion magazines. I find them incredibly boring. To me, reading a fashion magazine is the last thing I need to do. I've got books I need to read. ~ Vivienne Westwood
392:Images in the 20th century had a unique power where image became divorced from reality, and often more important than reality. Buildings were judged more by the way they looked in magazines than by the satisfaction people felt when using them. ~ Christopher Alexander
393:Let every book-worm, when in any fragrant, scarce old tome, he discovers a sentence, a story, an illustration, that does his heart good, hasten to give it the widest circulation that newspapers and magazines, penny and halfpenny, can afford. ~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge
394:We're consumers. We are by-products of a lifestyle obsession. Murder, crime, poverty, these things don't concern me. What concerns me are celebrity magazines, television with 500 channels, some guy's name on my underwear. Rogaine, Viagra, Olestra... ~ Chuck Palahniuk
395:Modeling is about illusion. It's a fantasy world where models play various roles. By featuring extreme looks, magazines show women how to have fun with makeup and clothes, and to inspire them to experiment - just like we did when we were little girls. ~ Cindy Crawford
396:I liked painting, very early on, even more than drawing. I used poster paint on posterboard. I would copy images that I liked from magazines and books and combine them to make a "collage" kind of painting. In some ways, this is similar to how I work today. ~ Mark Ryden
397:Georgina, I need your help''
Reaching into her purse, she pulled out two pages torn from magazines.
''With wha-oh'' My stomach twisted uncomfotably, and I hoped I wouldn't be joining Doug in the bathroom. The pages showed photos of wedding dresses. ~ Richelle Mead
398:Smiles come naturally to me, but I started thinking of them as an art form at my command. I studied all the time. I looked at magazines, I'd practice in front of the mirror and I'd ask photographers about the best angles. I can now pull out a smile at will. ~ Tyra Banks
399:So I went out and bought myself a copy of the Writer and Artist Yearbook, bought lots of magazines and got on the phone and talked to editors about ideas for stories. Pretty soon I found myself hired to do interviews and articles and went off and did them. ~ Neil Gaiman
400:You know, there are not only - all of the networks, and I mean every television news operation and print and radio and magazines, newspapers, all of them, are remiss in the diversity area. I mean, none of these organizations have reached a level of parity ~ Connie Chung
401:The question about those aromatic advertisements that perfume companies are having stitched into magazines these days is this: under the freedoms guaranteed by the First Amendment, is smelling up the place a constitutionally protected form of expression? ~ Calvin Trillin
402:The time to talk about it [genetic engineering to improve a baby's genes] in schools and churches and magazines and debate societies is now. If you wait, five years from now the gene doctor will be hanging out the MAKE A SMARTER BABY sign down the street. ~ Arthur Caplan
403:I have had the privilege of working with the best in the business, from photographers to designers to magazines. There's not much more to ask for but I'm still looking forward to one day working with photographers Mert and Marcus, Tim Walker and Nick Knight. ~ Chanel Iman
404:the fashion pages of magazines such as Cosmopolitan now seem to specialize in telling the career girl what to wear to charm the particular wrong type of man who reads Playboy, while the editorial pages tell her how to cope with the resulting psychic damage. ~ Alison Lurie
405:TV has changed so much, from the fact that there are so many channels available now to spoilers. There were no blogs when I was on Buffy. There were no weekly magazines, aside from People. Now, to be able keep your secrets for your show is so hard. ~ Sarah Michelle Gellar
406:Women from fashion magazines, they hate other women. They like to tell other women they are ugly and often it works. Women's magazines are mostly about the outside and not about the inside. About make-up instead of arts and literature. Its such a shame. ~ Oliviero Toscani
407:I don't read a lot of magazines, but when I'm traveling, I'll pick up a copy of 'Vanity Fair' to read on the plane - it's like a full meal! The articles are so good, especially the crime stories. Browsing the Web is more like snacking - but I live on snacks. ~ Sam Trammell
408:Still starving themselves, still reading women’s magazines that explicitly hate women, still cutting themselves with little knives in places they think can’t be seen, still faking their orgasms with men they dislike, still lying to everybody about everything. ~ Zadie Smith
409:A lot of women read male magazines. Of course, a lot of guys read female magazines, but they've got another issue to deal with. But a lot of women read men's magazines and think, 'Oh, this is what these guys are thinking? Studying up on the enemy here.' ~ Sylvester Stallone
410:I'm afraid we get a great deal of our exposure to art through magazines and through slides and I think this is dreadful, this is anti-art because art is direct experience with something in the world and photography is just a rumor, a kind of pornography of art. ~ Carl Andre
411:I like what I read, I find it intellectually engaging and I don't really have that much time, so I gotta make every bit count. I read magazines and stuff like that, but if I'm going to read a book, I want to come out smarter. It's not to escape, it's to learn. ~ Rahm Emanuel
412:Normally I’d hide my gun in a canvas bag or a purse. Today I didn’t bother. My Baby Desert Eagle rested in a hip holster. Its magazine held twelve rounds, .40 S&W, and I’d brought two spare magazines, in the interior pocket within the lining of my jacket. ~ Ilona Andrews
413:Paper should be edible, nutritious. Inks used for printing or writing should have delicious flavors. Magazines or newspapers read at breakfast should be eaten for lunch. Instead of throwing one's mail in the waste-basket, it should be saved for the dinner guests. ~ John Cage
414:This is what a woman looks like. This is what made the masters so hungry to paint. They all knew better than the dumbass fashion magazines, Cat. Trust me. It’s amazing how so many curves can all come together into something so absolutely visually perfect. ~ Alessandra Thomas
415:He reached into the bag and drew out an odd array of manga, ripped paperbacks of books both classic and modern, and a small stack of crumpled magazines. "See, I even brought some things to read aloud. I wasn't sure what you'd like, so there's a bit of everything. ~ Holly Black
416:I need to be performing. I need to be acting. I need to be designing a condo and ripping down walls and buying new plates and looking at fashion magazines. There always has to be some movement in the artistic department for me to not get really, really low. ~ Alanis Morissette
417:I read individual stories a lot in magazines and other places, too, but I really think there's something to be said for reading story collections as collections. That's not true of all story collections, to be honest, but for good ones I think it often is true. ~ Brian Evenson
418:There's always [on women's magazines] that great photo of the actress or model lifting up her shirt just to show you the bone structure and the six-pack of her own. It's almost like when horses are auctioned and they show you their teeth. 'Am I good enough?' ~ Janeane Garofalo
419:In most cases I start off with a sketch. But I'm also thinking about real images: out of National Geographic, out of fashion magazines, out of The Economist, out of Time. I'm making a sketch, but I'm using the existing images that have been put out in the world. ~ Wangechi Mutu
420:So while in men's magazines success is a power tool to get sex and love, and therefore the look of success is crucial, in women's magazines love and sex are power tools to get success and therefore both the look of love and the sexual tease/promise are crucial. ~ Warren Farrell
421:Ironically the blog has re-opened the essay as a good form for me. I like to look and make commentary! If I sense my essays are good, I try to resubmit to another place in pulp and several of them have been variously published in newspapers and magazines. ~ Stephen Vincent Benet
422:Magazines don't have enough confidence to have their own style, so they use a borrowed style. That is shocking to me, but your perception is very accurate. It's a way to be more commercially viable, but to me, that's not having a style, that's having a schtick. ~ Gregory Heisler
423:Nobody recognizes that a bookstore or library can also be a drowning polar bear. And in this country [US], magazines, newspapers, and bookstores are drowning polar bears. And if people can't see that or don't want to talk about it, I don't understand them at all. ~ Sherman Alexie
424:Omni is not a science magazine. It is a magazine about the future...Omni was sui generis. Although there were plenty of science magazines over the years...Omni was the first magazine to slant all its pieces toward the future. It was fun to read and gorgeous to look at. ~ Ben Bova
425:People try to read a lot into what 'digital' means. It's just another platform. There are very attractive things that happen if you invest in content - movies, TV production, acquired series, specialty genres, digital distribution of our magazines, sports rights. ~ Jeffrey Bewkes
426:It's hard to remember when you look at a magazine or when you look at pictures of people, and you forget that those people are people like you. They have flaws and insecurities. That's so easy to forget, even for me, as somebody who's sometimes in those magazines. ~ Dakota Fanning
427:The main thing that gives me hope is the media. We have radio, TV, magazines, and books, so we have the possibility of learning from societies that are remote from us, like Somalia. We turn on the TV and see what blew up in Iraq or we see conditions in Afghanistan. ~ Jared Diamond
428:They knew all about the war with France from Papa’s magazines. But whenever they tried to imagine what a war was actually like, it unfolded in their heads like a cross between a chess game, a horse race, a country dance, and a very racy night at the theater. ~ Catherynne M Valente
429:Guitarists shouldn't get too riled up about all of the great players that were left off of 'Rolling Stone Magazines' list of the Greatest Guitar Players of all Time' ... Rolling Stone is published for people who read the magazine because they don't know what to wear. ~ Joe Satriani
430:One—about cigarettes—I was pleased to see that anticigarette ad on the back issue of Hustler. I'm more offended by seeing ads for cigarettes in magazines than pictures of vaginas, because one kills and the other gives life—and I think that's an important difference. ~ Paul Krassner
431:It's oppressive. ... It's food, it's clothing, it's all the magazines that come under the heading of things looking simple. Men's magazines don't seem to do this. They seem to be about things that are fun, not things you have to spend lots of hours on and then fail at. ~ Debora Spar
432:magazines. He was disappointed about something else, she thought; he was disappointed that he’d never quite added up to as much as the results of his own calculations. The trouble was that he’d got his sums all wrong, but she didn’t want to be the one to tell him that. ~ Nick Hornby
433:If I took over the 'Glamour' offices for a day, I would put Joe Pesci on the cover. I would say 'We've got to change all these magazines a little bit. We have to bring out a different version of what is, like, cool. You know, what's winning. Joe Pesci, Burt Reynolds. ~ Jake M Johnson
434:I'm not incredibly self-conscious. I don't really feel like I walk around making fashion or my appearance the most important thing in the world. It's certainly not the way that I live my life. I'm not really sure how the magazines perceive me because I don't read them. ~ Jessica Alba
435:I was such a tomboy - goofy and, in my eyes, nerdy - and I never thought I would end up in modeling. I mean, you see pictures of these girls in magazines who have this incredible talent, and no one ever really thinks you can make it to that level. At least I didn't! ~ Erin Heatherton
436:He removed the 9mm Heckler & Koch USP SD Herman had given him and spun a GEMTECH suppressor onto its threaded barrel. It was loaded with subsonic ammunition and he carried two extra magazines. If bullets started flying, though, that meant something had gone very wrong. ~ Brad Thor
437:My friend and I took turns taking the magazine home, reading it over and over again until we had all but memorised it, in the process learning with awestruck disbelief about such things as golden showers and fisting. I was never without men’s magazines after that. ~ Drew Nellins Smith
438:the nameless maiden in the advertisement was like a thousand other clothing models he had seen in magazines—arched brows, big eyes, angular cheeks, pouting mouth, a fetching figure, and a haughty, revolted look, as though someone had just offered her a jellyfish to hold. ~ Herman Wouk
439:He carried no electronics. No laptop, no cell phone, no walkie-talkie. He carried no ID. Beside his large-caliber Glock, spare magazines, and a knife, there was nothing on his person that could connect him to anything, anyone, or anywhere. That was how professionals worked. ~ Brad Thor
440:I did extensive research on media and anorexia and found out that the fashion magazines are to blame in a way. They project an image of a woman that is completely absurd, but girls and women believe they should be very skinny. They don't look like real woman anymore. ~ Oliviero Toscani
441:You take girls, for example. They're copying their moms and magazines and everything to know how to act around guys. I mean it's not like in movies where girls like assholes or anything like that. It's not that easy. They just like somebody that can give them purpose. ~ Stephen Chbosky
442:I knew even before we got it rolling that this here was the type asshole that subscribed to magazines like the Nation and Atlantic and probably even read them, and that I didn't stand a snowball's chance against him in an argument; but I was too oiled too keep my mouth shut. ~ Ken Kesey
443:Reading, at the deepest level, is a physical experience. Most people are not attuned to this, most people don't learn how to read - poetry for example, or high-quality prose. They're used to reading magazines and newspapers, which are only of the mind, but not of the body. ~ Paul Auster
444:It is June. This is what I have decided to do with my life just now. I will do this work and lead this life, the one I am leading today. Each morning the blue clock and the crocheted bedspread, the table with the Phone, the books and magazines, the Times at the door. ~ Elizabeth Hardwick
445:I've been an inveterate reader of literary magazines since I was a teenager. There are always discoveries. You're sitting in your easy chair, reading; you realize you've read a story or a group of poems four times, and you know, Yes, I want to go farther with this writer. ~ Marilyn Hacker
446:The want of an international Copy-Right Law, by rendering it nearly impossible to obtain anything from the booksellers in the wayof remuneration for literary labor, has had the effect of forcing many of our very best writers into the service of the Magazines and Reviews. ~ Edgar Allan Poe
447:Every magazine I picked up was about weight. The sick thing [is it’s] women doing it to each other. It’s women who buy these . . . magazines. It’s women who buy them to look at other women’s arses on the beach. That’s the sick thing. Why are we doing it to each other, why? ~ Melissa Anelli
448:For me, being on set is no different than being at a dinner table or riding the subway next to someone; inevitably their life story is always more compelling than most ads in magazines and most commercials and reality TV and all the stuff we're sold and told is valuable. ~ Victoria Mahoney
449:I wasn't that good you know. What I was was a guy who could write a little, publishing in magazines surrounded by people who couldn't write at all. So I looked pretty good. But I never thought I was that good at all. All that I thought was that I tried to tell the truth. ~ Cornell Woolrich
450:He alienated his friends in the sciences by thanking them extravagantly for scientific advances he had read about in the recent newspapers and magazines, by assuring them, with a perfectly straight face, that life was getting better and better, thanks to scientific thinking. ~ Kurt Vonnegut
451:we live in a world of excess: too many kinds of coffee, too many magazines, too many types of bread, too many digital recordings of Beethoven's Ninth, too many choices of rearview mirrors on the latest Renault. Sometimes you say to yourself: It's too much, it's all too much. ~ Corinne Maier
452:We used to say that inside Cecil Beaton there was another Cecil Beaton sending out lots of little Cecils into the world. One did the sets, another did the costumes. A third took the photographs. Another put the sketches in an exhibition, then into magazines, then in a book. ~ Alan Jay Lerner
453:I think we all waste a lot of time measuring ourselves up against impossible standards in lots of ways. We need to learn a few things, one of which being that physical beauty comes in all shapes and sizes, including a lot that the women's magazines have never even thought of. ~ Kate Grenville
454:I believe that all brands will become storytellers, editors and publishers, all stores will become magazines, and all media companies will become stores. There will be too many of all of them. The strongest ones, the ones who offer the best customer experience, will survive. ~ Natalie Massenet
455:Sometimes when I flick through a magazine and see these thin models I'm left wondering what effect they can have on an insecure person. But I say to girls: forget what you see in the magazines, that is a world which has nothing to do with reality; think of it as a cartoon. ~ Elisabetta Canalis
456:There are so many people, so many artists, so many magazines, so many theater companies, so many people trying to raise money for so many things that it's easy to look around and just feel powerless or helpless, because even if you have some resources, you can't help everybody. ~ Amanda Palmer
457:When you determine to risk a battle, reserve to yourself every possible chance of success, more particularly if you have to deal with an adversary of superior talent, for if you are beaten, even in the midst of your magazines and your communications, woe to the vanquished! ~ Napoleon Bonaparte
458:When you look at men's fashion magazines, you see a lot of well-groomed guys in suits, but very rarely do you see a lot of guys in drop-crotch and hoods with high-tops. It's coming, though, because guys in suits and short hair are beginning to look like they're from another time. ~ Ian Astbury
459:Don't knock homespun. All comfort food is homespun, and according to you and my cooking magazines, comfort food is the trend. You do what you do, do it as best you can, and if you don't win, at least you know you didn't compromise who you are in an effort to please someone else. ~ Stacey Ballis
460:I saw the end of the general magazine business at the end of the '70s, and I knew I had to move into another profession when the advertising dollar moved from magazines to television. The magazine business as we knew it was over. We were no longer the educators of the world. ~ Lawrence Schiller
461:The lawyer Fetyukovich would have charged more, but the case has become known all over Russia, they’re talking about it in all the newspapers and magazines, so Fetyukovich agreed to come more for the sake of glory, because the case has become so famous. I saw him yesterday. ~ Fyodor Dostoyevsky
462:I'm such an avid magazine reader - music, art, beauty magazines - and I found that food and restaurants were pouring into everything I cared about. Whether it was the pop-up concept, or some mysterious mini-mall restaurant, I got swept up in the sexy romance of the food movement. ~ Drew Barrymore
463:Magazines are very popular, despite no human’s ever feeling better for having read them. Indeed, their chief purpose is to generate a sense of inferiority in the reader that consequently leads to a feeling of needing to buy something, which the humans then do, and then feel even worse, ~ Matt Haig
464:In the two books I wrote, even though they were written in a sort of Joycean gobbledegook, there's many knocks at religion and there is a play about a worker and a capitalist. I've been satirising the system since my childhood. I used to write magazines in school and hand them around. ~ John Lennon
465:The books and magazines streamed in. He could buy them all, they piled up around him and even while he read, the number of those still to be read disturbed him. … they stood in rows, weighing down his life like a possession which he did not succeed in subordinating to his personality. ~ Thomas Mann
466:And since this is what still appears in all the magazines, who would dare destroy a billion-dollar industry in- volving advertisements, the sale of useless objects, the invention of en- tirely unnecessary new trends, and the creation of identical face creams all bearing different labels? ~ Anonymous
467:I love a long bath. I love anything creative. I love decorating. I even love just flipping through magazines and vegging out for a while. But I'm also one of those people who loves to work, so I'll sing, dance, work on my next performance, or write whomever it may be about a new idea. ~ Jennifer Lopez
468:I started with the book Boardwalk Empire and then immersed myself in the history of Atlantic City, World War I, the temperance movement, Prohibition, pop culture. I even read the news and magazines of the period just to soak in it. That was before I even started thinking of the story. ~ Terence Winter
469:Sometimes I'm writing for magazines on assignment, but the university has to be patient with me. I mean, during the ten-week periods that I have a class, I'm there every Thursday night or whatever it is, but sometimes that's all I'm there, because I'm somewhere else the rest of the time. ~ Pam Houston
470:Over the years, I’d learned that under the bed was the best place to keep anything I didn’t want found, because there was so much crap—papers, magazines, dirty socks, grocery bags—that no one would ever suspect that anything of value was under there. Sort of like hiding in plain sight. ~ Kristin Walker
471:If I weren't making music, I'd be the kid who writes into the magazines and says, "why don't you guys ever cover anything that's different? Hip hop is so much of the same thing over and over again." I love hip hop, so I wanted to make an album from that standpoint, 'cause that's who I am. ~ Mike Shinoda
472:The public is being spoiled by good technical quality photographs in magazines, on television, in the movies, and they have become bored. The disease of our age is this boredom and a good photographer must successfully combat it. The only way to do this is by invention - by surprise. ~ Alexey Brodovitch
473:Unlike the millions who casually masturbate in solitude while looking at girlie pictures in Playboy and similar magazines, the massage man preferred an accomplice, an attendant lady of respectable appearance who would help him reduce the guilt and loneliness of this most lonely act of love. ~ Gay Talese
474:channeling Mongolian warriors. In 2007 Cooper fought a Chinese long-sword instructor on a Hong Kong rooftop—he never thought the experience would help him write battle scenes. In addition to being a member of the Mongoliad writing team, Cooper has written articles for various magazines. ~ Neal Stephenson
475:Never stop learning. You already like to read, which is an advantage. Read everything. Newspapers, magazines, books. Be informed. Be up-to-date. Be both interesting and interested in others. Everyone has something fascinating about them, Jav. Your job is to find it. Then you can fuck it. ~ Suanne Laqueur
476:When I was pregnant, I had the romantic idea that after the baby was born I would not only take up reading in earnest again, but also write a novel while my daughter slept in her Moses basket. Of course, I barely had time to keep up with my magazines until she started sleeping properly. ~ Kate Beckinsale
477:I think there's a perception out there that people know me based on these glamorous photos they see of me in magazines, but I have about two hours of hair and makeup and then people to dress me, to make me look even better, in those pictures. There's really so much more to me than that. ~ Victoria Justice
478:Let's face it, gossip is one of the world's most destructive habits, and we're exposed to it practically everywhere we go and in much that we see - work, recreation, sports, home, in magazines, on television. There is absolutely nothing beneficial about gossip - it hurts everyone involved ~ Lori Palatnik
479:With iPad publishing, you can try new things, experiment, and even launch new magazines without the massive risk normally associated with print publishing. The future is digital, so there will be a digital version of everything we do going forward. There has to be. The cheese has been moved. ~ Scott Kelby
480:My mom is very religious and she said, 'Whatever you think about all the time, that's what you worship.' If that's the case I'd like everyone to pop open their Diet Coke cans and turn to page 37 of their People Magazines. In this holy scripture, we read the parable of Ms. Valerie Bertinelli. ~ Maria Bamford
481:We passed gas stations and chain food restaurants, with their billboards advertising happiness. I know the images in magazines and on TV aren't true representations of the world; I mean, that's obvious. But I still get this sinking feeling of disappointment, as if it is the world I should see. ~ Ethan Hawke
482:My mother used to paper pictures from movie magazines on the wall of her bedroom. When I was born, she looked at those pictures to decide on a name for me. Claudette Colbert's picture was up there and so was Loretta Young's. She decided Loretta was the prettiest name, so I was named after her. ~ Loretta Lynn
483:In newspapers and magazines I read about what’s happening. Apparently Facebook exists to extinguish friendship. E-mail and texting destroy the post office. eBay replaces garage sales. Amazon eviscerates bookstores. Technology speeds, then doubles its speed, then doubles it again. Art takes naps. ~ Donald Hall
484:Magazines boomed, too. Advertising revenues leaped 500 percent in the decade, and many publications of lasting importance made their debut: Reader’s Digest in 1922, Time in 1923, the American Mercury and Smart Set in 1924, The New Yorker in 1925. Time was perhaps the most immediately influential ~ Bill Bryson
485:Most headlines are set too big to be legible in the magazines or newspaper. Never approve a layout until you have seen it pasted into the magazine or newspaper for which it was destined. If you pin up the layouts on a bulletin board and appraise them from fifteen feet, you will produce posters. ~ David Ogilvy
486:Magazines and talk shows are filled with people who say that a successful #‎ marriage is hard and requires a lot of work. But to #‎ soulmates , their harmony often feels effortless, as though it is the most natural thing in the world to be completely at ease in a #‎ relationship . ~ Rosemary Ellen Guiley
487:We don't learn to love each other well in the easy moments. Anyone is good company at a cocktail party. But love is born when we misunderstand one another and make it right, when we cry in the kitchen, when we show up uninvited with magazines and granola bars, in an effort to say, I love you. ~ Shauna Niequist
488:When you have to do all the more crappy jobs before, you appreciate all the good work that comes out of that. There are many girls who immediately have a top model career, and there are lots of models who are doing things that aren't as exciting as doing big campaigns and beautiful magazines. ~ Saskia de Brauw
489:Once, books appealed to a few people, here, there, everywhere. They could afford to be different. The world was roomy. But then the world got full of eyes and elbows and mouths. Double, triple, quadruple population. Films and radios, magazines, books levelled down to a sort of paste pudding norm, ~ Ray Bradbury
490:Publishing magazines costs a lot of money and people don't read magazines anymore, they're all captivated by Instagram. I have to reinvent myself every season to keep the interest of the reader. Twenty-five years later, my mission is the same: Captivating the readers, not flattering the industry. ~ Olivier Zahm
491:It's a very teenage idea - this idea that thought is ruined when we give over to television shows and glossy magazines and what they are telling us to do. The alternative, I believe, in is pitiless censorship. Because we owe each other the best effort we can to see one another without that mediation. ~ John Maus
492:Magazines were new. The Gentleman’s Magazine—the first periodical called a “magazine”—appeared in London in 1731. It offered “a Monthly Collection, to treasure up, as in a Magazine, the most remarkable Pieces.”3 The metaphor is to weapons. A magazine is, literally, an arsenal; a piece is a firearm. ~ Jill Lepore
493:A problem I’ve always had with fashion magazines is that women are encouraged to copy other women. While I suspect that many men enjoy copying other men (consider the idea of the alpha male and beta males), and while part of what makes a man “superior” is how close he can get to “embodying manliness ~ Sheila Heti
494:I imagine as long as people will continue to read novels, people will continue to write them, or vice versa; unless of course the pictorial magazines and comic strips finally atrophy man's capacity to read, and literature really is on its way back to the picture writing in the Neanderthal cave. ~ William Faulkner
495:Hawkwind are one of those bands that people introduce you to because you don't see them on the covers of magazines. I'd heard 'Silver Machine' but Russell Senior, who was in Pulp, got me into them. They had a song called 'Master Of The Universe' and we nicked the title in 1985 for one of our songs. ~ Jarvis Cocker
496:I'm afraid of coaching, of writer's classes, of writer's magazines, of books on how to write. They give me centipede trouble - you know the yarn about the centipede who was asked how he managed all his feet? He tried to answer, stopped to think about it, and was never able to walk another step. ~ Robert A Heinlein
497:Since my Dad was an artist, I grew up around art shows and openings and that had a big impact on me as well, especially in L.A. So skateboarding was the cool thing to do and I was totally attracted to it and once I saw the magazines... that was it, I knew this was what I wanted to do for a living. ~ Christian Hosoi
498:That she had seen the magazines we receive from home and that it was very clear to her that black people did not truly admire blackskinned black people like herself, and especially did not admire blackskinned black women. They bleach their faces, she said. They fry their hair. They try to look naked. ~ Alice Walker
499:Create a guidebook of creative dreams

You can use a blank book or just blank paper clipped together. Put photographs or scraps from magazines in that represent your creative dreams. Draw, scribble, or paint in between the images. Make a list of creative dreams you've thought of or admire in others. ~ S A R K
500:I think people today are very cynical. They need to bring other people down. Reality television and tabloid magazines—never before did we need to see movie stars taking out their garbage. But all of a sudden, it's front-page news—trying to figure out who's dating whom, all that stuff. Who cares? ~ Scarlett Johansson


   10 Integral Yoga
   10 Fiction
   2 Poetry
   2 Philosophy
   1 Occultism

   9 H P Lovecraft
   7 The Mother
   6 Satprem
   2 George Van Vrekhem
   2 Aldous Huxley

   9 Lovecraft - Poems
   2 The Perennial Philosophy
   2 The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna
   2 Preparing for the Miraculous
   2 Agenda Vol 11
   2 Agenda Vol 06

1.00 - Gospel, #The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna, #Sri Ramakrishna, #Hinduism
  In the year 1879 occasional writings about Sri Ramakrishna by the Brahmos, in the Brhmo magazines, began to attract his future disciples from the educated middle-class Benglis, and they continued to come till 1884. But others, too, came, feeling the subtle power of his attraction. They were an ever shifting crowd of people of all castes and creeds: Hindus and Brahmos, Vaishnavas and kts, the educated with university degrees and the illiterate, old and young, maharajas and beggars, journalists and artists, pundits and devotees, philosophers and the worldly-minded, jnnis and yogis, men of action and men of faith, virtuous women and prostitutes, office-holders and vagabonds, philanthropists and self-seekers, dramatists and drunkards, builders-up and pullers-down. He gave to them all, without stint, from his illimitable store of realization. No one went away empty-handed. He taught them the lofty knowledge of the Vednta and the soul-melting love of the Purn. Twenty hours out of twenty-four he would speak without rest or respite. He gave to all his sympathy and enlightenment, and he touched them with that strange power of the soul which could not but melt even the most hardened. And people understood him according to their powers of comprehension.

1.01 - Adam Kadmon and the Evolution, #Preparing for the Miraculous, #George Van Vrekhem, #unset
  life in plants and the mind in animals is being validated in
  practically every new issue of the science magazines. The
  missing link is still missing, though now under the name

1.04 - GOD IN THE WORLD, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  In this delicately comic parable Chaos is Nature in the state of wu-weinon-assertion or equilibrium. Shu and Hu are the living images of those busy persons who thought they would improve on Nature by turning dry prairies into wheat fields, and produced deserts; who proudly proclaimed the Conquest of the Air, and then discovered that they had defeated civilization; who chopped down vast forests to provide the newsprint demanded by that universal literacy which was to make the world safe for intelligence and democracy, and got wholesale erosion, pulp magazines and the organs of Fascist, Communist, capitalist and nationalist propaganda. In brief, Shu and Hu are devotees of the apocalyptic religion of Inevitable Progress, and their creed is that the Kingdom of Heaven is outside you, and in the future. Chuang Tzu, on the other hand, like all good Taoists, has no desire to bully Nature into subserving ill-considered temporal ends, at variance with the final end of men as formulated in the Perennial Philosophy. His wish is to work with Nature, so as to produce material and social conditions in which individuals may realize Tao on every level from the physiological up to the spiritual.

1.05 - 2010 and 1956 - Doomsday?, #Preparing for the Miraculous, #George Van Vrekhem, #unset
  mood of fear and uncertainty. It is divulged in practically
  each and every issue of the science magazines, followed in
  this by the other media. The Earth is going to die. The sur-

1.21 - IDOLATRY, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  The many varieties of higher idolatry may be classed under three main heads: technological, political and moral. Technological idolatry is the most ingenuous and primitive of the three; for its devotees, like those of the lower idolatry, believe that their redemption and liberation depend upon material objectsin this case gadgets. Technological idolatry is the religion whose doctrines are promulgated, explicitly or by implication, in the advertisement pages of our newspapers and magazines the source, we may add parenthetically, from which millions of men, women and children in the capitalistic countries derive their working philosophy of life. In Soviet Russia too, technological idolatry was strenuously preached, becoming, during the years of that countrys industrialization, a kind of state religion. So whole-hearted is the modern faith in technological idols that (despite all the lessons of mechanized warfare) it is impossible to discover in the popular thinking of our time any trace of the ancient and profoundly realistic doctrine of hubris and inevitable nemesis. There is a very general belief that, where gadgets are concerned, we can get something for nothingcan enjoy all the advantages of an elaborate, top-heavy and constantly advancing technology without having to pay for them by any compensating disadvantages.

1.78 - Sore Spots, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  Again with drugs, it is the unknown which is the horrific factor. Most people get their information on the subject from the yellowest of yellow newspapers, magazines and novels. So darkly deep is their ignorance that that do not know what the word means like us so often, yes?

1953-10-28, #Questions And Answers 1953, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
   If it is necessary, it will be done. But fundamentally, these are things in the making. For, the advantage of modern times and specially of this hideous commercialism is that everything is now mixed up; that things from the East go to the West, and things from the West to the East, and they influence each other. For the moment this creates a confusion, a sort of pot-pourri. But a new expression will come out of itit is not so far from its realisation. People cannot intermix, as men today are intermixing, without its producing a reciprocal effect. For instance, with their mania of conquest, the nations of the West which conquered all sorts of countries in the world, have undergone a very strong influence of the conquered countries. In the old days, when Rome conquered Greece it came under the influence of Greece much more than if it had not conquered it. And the Americansall that they make now is full of Japanese things, and perhaps they are not even aware of it. But since they occupied Japan, I see that the magazines received from America are full of Japanese things. And even in certain details of objects received from America, one now feels the influence of Japan. That happens automatically. It is quite strange, there always comes about a sort of equilibrium, and he who made the material conquest is conquered by the spirit of the vanquished. It is reciprocal. He made the material conquest, he possesses materially, but it is the spirit of the conquered one who possesses the conqueror.

1962-03-13, #Agenda Vol 03, #unset, #Kabbalah
   I was speaking about newspapers and magazines and the outside world. I said, I dont want the outside world to scoff at something sacred. Thats all.

1963-10-16, #Agenda Vol 04, #unset, #Kabbalah
   Here is what happened: I do my usual bath of the Lord and it is arranged that, after a time, Champaklal opens the doorwhich signals to me the end of the visit. So I looked at X, just to see (I had looked at him several times before, but there was nothing particular), I looked at him and saw in front of him a sort of mass of substance, not material but responsive to a mental formation, which means that mental thought and will can make this substance take different shapes I know it (Mother makes a gesture of fingering the substance), its very like the sort of substance mediums use for their apparitions (less material, more mental, but anyway the same kind). There was a sort of mass in front of him, which was hiding him; it wasnt luminous, not black either, but dark enough. So I looked at it, STARED at it to see what it was, and as I was staring, I saw that there was a will or an effort to give that mass of substance a shape. It was exactly in front of Xs head and shoulders. And there was a will to give it a shape (gesture of molding). As I stared very carefully, it took the shape of Sri Aurobindos head as it appears in newspapers and magazines (what I call the popular Sri Aurobindo, as he is shown in books), the substance took that form. Immediately I thought (ironic tone), Oh, its the popular form, that doesnt resemble him! And instantly, the substance rearranged itself and took the form of Cartier-Bressons Sri Aurobindo1 (the three-quarter face photo, where he is seated in his armchair). That was better! (Mother holds back a chuckle) It wasnt yet quite good, but anyway it was better (although, mind you, it had neither light nor life: it was mattera subtle matter, of courseput into shape by a mental will). So I began to wonder: Whatever is this?! Does he want me to believe that Sri Aurobindo is in him, or what? Because Xs head and shoulders had completely disappeared, there was nothing left but that. And I thought (not a strong thought, just a reflection): No, its not very good, really not very lifelike! (Mother laughs) Then there was a last attempt and it became very like the photo that was taken when he left his body (that photo which we stood on end and called Meditation), it was very like the photo, (in an ironic tone) a very good likeness. And it stayed. So I thought, Oh yes! This is the photo.

1965-04-21, #Agenda Vol 06, #unset, #Kabbalah
   What I meant by an improved physical body is that sort of mastery over the body thats being gained nowadays through physical training. I have seen lately magazines showing how it had started: the results in the beginning and todays results; and from the standpoint of the harmony of forms (I am not talking about excesses there are excesses everywhere I am talking about what can be done in the best possible conditions), from the standpoint of the harmony of forms, of strength and a certain sense of beauty, of the development of certain capacities of endurance and skill, of precision in the execution combined with strength, its quite remarkable if you think of how recent physical training is. And its spreading very quickly nowadays, which means that the proportion of the human population that is interested in it and practices it is snowballing. So when I saw all those photos (for me, its especially through pictures that I see), it occurred to me that through those qualities, the cells, the cellular aggregates acquire a plasticity, a receptivity, a force that make the substance more supple for the permeation of the supramental forces.

1965-07-31, #Agenda Vol 06, #unset, #Kabbalah
   So you can tell N. on my behalf that this is how I see the thing: a quite complete biographical and bibliographical note should be prepared to tell them, Here is the gentleman Satprem is writing about. It could be published along with the book, or published in newspapers to announce the book (thats a practical question, it depends on what suits their taste better). It can be published in some newspapers or reviews or magazines before the release of the book, to announce it.

1970-07-22, #Agenda Vol 11, #unset, #Kabbalah
   An old disciple, author of several books about Sri Aurobindo and editor of one of the Ashram's magazines.

1970-10-07, #Agenda Vol 11, #unset, #Kabbalah
   We should reach the big magazines.

1f.lovecraft - In the Walls of Eryx, #Lovecraft - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
   them to their mirth; for although I realised my extreme weakness, I
   counted on the flame pistol and its numerous extra magazines to get me
   through the vile reptilian phalanx.

1f.lovecraft - Poetry and the Gods, #Lovecraft - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
   views a magnificent sunset.
   Listlessly turning the magazines pages, as if searching for an elusive
   treasure, she suddenly came upon something which dispelled her languor.

1f.lovecraft - The Call of Cthulhu, #Lovecraft - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
   accounts of the queer dreams of different persons, some of them
   citations from theosophical books and magazines (notably W.
   Scott-Elliots Atlantis and the Lost Lemuria), and the rest comments on

1f.lovecraft - The Case of Charles Dexter Ward, #Lovecraft - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
   geographies, manuals of literature, philosophic works, and certain
   contemporary newspapers and magazines. It was a very curious shift from
   Charles Wards recent run of reading, and the father paused in a

1f.lovecraft - The Dreams in the Witch House, #Lovecraft - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
   into the public library and browsed aimlessly among the lighter
   magazines. Once he met some friends who remarked how oddly sunburned he
   looked, but he did not tell them of his walk. At three oclock he took

1f.lovecraft - The Horror at Red Hook, #Lovecraft - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
   advised by the Woonsocket specialist with whom he was put in touch.
   This walk to Pascoag for magazines had been a mistake, and the patient
   had paid in fright, bruises, and humiliation for his disobedience.

1f.lovecraft - The Last Test, #Lovecraft - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
   served pathology and humanity. Dalton was careful to save for Alfred
   all the magazines that spoke well of him, bringing them in person as an
   excuse to see Georgina. They did not, however, produce much effect save

1f.lovecraft - The Shadow out of Time, #Lovecraft - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
   and strange conduct of my bodys late tenant troubled me more and more
   as I learned further details from persons, papers, and magazines.
   Queernesses that had baffled others seemed to harmonise terribly with
   described in legends. He meant to write you, but was delayed.
   Meanwhile he sent me most of the magazines with your articles, and I
   saw at once from your drawings and descriptions that my stones are

1f.lovecraft - The Unnamable, #Lovecraft - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
   January, 1922, issue of Whispers. In a good many places, especially the
   South and the Pacific coast, they took the magazines off the stands at
   the complaints of silly milksops; but New England didnt get the thrill

1.pbs - The Wandering Jews Soliloquy, #Shelley - Poems, #Percy Bysshe Shelley, #Fiction
  Are there no stores of vengeful violent fate
  Within the magazines of Thy fierce hate?
  No poison in the clouds to bathe a brow

1.ww - The Excursion- IX- Book Eighth- The Parsonage, #Wordsworth - Poems, #unset, #Kabbalah
  To rustic, and the rustic to urbane.
  --Within their moving magazines is lodged
  Power that comes forth to quicken and exalt

2.01 - On Books, #Evening Talks With Sri Aurobindo, #unset, #Kabbalah
   After 1910 when Sri Aurobindo was engrossed in Sadhana he read very few books. But he was in contact with the world through newspapers and magazines. Besides, the disciples living in the Ashram from 1923 used to read books and they brought some of the ideas and opinions from the books to Sri Aurobindo's notice in the evening talks. Here it may be necessary only to state that the initiative in these talks was very often taken by the disciples and that these talks are not complete reviews of the books mentioned. They will be found interesting as revealing a particular side of Sri Aurobindo's personality, one in which he was speaking freely to disciples with whom he was familiar.
   12 SEPTEMBER 1923

2.07 - I Also Try to Tell My Tale, #The Castle of Crossed Destinies, #Italo Calvino, #Fiction
  Of all this, writing warns like the oracle and purifies like the tragedy. So it is nothing to make a problem of. Writing, in short, has a subsoil which belongs to the species, or at least to civilization, or at least to certain income brackets. And I? And that amount, large or small, of myself, exquisitely personal, that I believed I was putting into it? If I can call up an author's shade to accompany my distrustful steps in the territories of individual destiny, of the ego, of (as they now say) "real life," it should be that of the Egotist of Grenoble, the provincial out to conquer the world, whom I once read as if I were expecting from him the story I was to write (or live: there was a confusion between the two verbs, in him, or in the me of that time). Which of these cards would he point out to me, if he were still to answer my call? The cards of the novel I have not written, with Love and all the energy it sets in motion and the fears and the deceits, the triumphal Chariot of ambition, the World that comes toward you, the happiness promised by beauty? But here I see only the blocks of scenes that are repeated, the same, the routine of the daily grind, beauty as the picture magazines photograph it. Was this the prescription I was expecting from him? (For the novel and for something obscurely related to the novel: "life"?) What is it that kept all this together and has gone away?
  Discarding first one tarot, then another, I find myself with few cards in my hand. The Knight of Swords, the Hermit, the Juggler are still me as I have imagined myself from time to time, while I remain seated, driving the pen up and down the page. Along paths of ink the warrior impetuosity of youth gallops away, the existential anxiety, the energy of the adventure spent in a slaughter of erasures and crumpled paper. And in the card that follows I find myself in the dress of an old monk, isolated for years in his cell, a bookworm searching by the lantern's light for a knowledge forgotten among footnotes and index references. Perhaps the moment has come to admit that only tarot number one honestly depicts what I have succeeded in being: a juggler, or conjurer, who arranges on a stand at a fair a certain number of objects and, shifting them, connecting them, interchanging them, achieves a certain number of effects.

2.40 - 2.49 - THE MASTER AT THE HOUSES OF BALARM AND GIRISH, #The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna, #Sri Ramakrishna, #Hinduism
  Then Dr. Sarkar told M. many stories about his homeopathic hospital. He showed M. the list of the patients who visited the hospital every day. He further remarked that at the beginning many medical practitioners had discouraged him about homeopathy and had even written against him in magazines.

For a Breath I Tarry, #unset, #Rabbi Moses Luzzatto, #Kabbalah
     "Bring them."
     He returned with pots and pans, gameboards and hand tools. He brought hairbrushes, combs, eyeglasses, human clothing. He showed Frost facsimiles of blueprints, paintings, newspapers, magazines, letters, and the scores of several pieces of music. He displayed a football, a baseball, a Browning automatic rifle, a doorknob, a chain of keys, the tops to several Mason jars, a model beehive. He played him the recorded music.
     Then he returned with nothing.

The Act of Creation text, #The Act of Creation, #unset, #Kabbalah
  modern development of the theme, it is of course treated in a more
  allusive, implicit manner; but in the mass media and pulp magazines,
  Supermen, Space Cadets, and Black Magicians are all happily running

The Shadow Out Of Time, #unset, #Rabbi Moses Luzzatto, #Kabbalah
  strange conduct of my body's late tenant troubled me more and more as I learned further
  details from persons, papers, and magazines.
  Queernesses that had baffled others seemed to harmonize terribly with some background
  seen described in legends.
  He meant to write you, but was delayed. Meanwhile, he sent me most of the magazines
  with your articles, and I saw at once, from your drawings and descriptions, that my stones


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Boys Be... (2000 - Current) - a manga series written by Masahiro Itabashi and illustrated by Hiroyuki Tamakoshi. It was later adapted into a 13 episode anime television series by Hal Film Maker in 2000.Three different Boys Be... manga series were serialized by Kodansha in Shukan Shnen Magazine. In 2009 Kodansha announced a four...
Gin'iro no Olynssis (2006 - Current) - a Japanese light novel created by Hitomi Amamiya, with illustrations by Hisashi Hirai. It was first serialized in the seinen magazine Dengeki Maoh in November 2006. An anime adaptation directed by Katsumi Tokoro and produced by Toei Animation aired in Japan from October 5, 2006 to December 21, 2006....
Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card (2018 - Current) - a Japanese shjo manga series written and illustrated by the manga group Clamp. It is a sequel to Clamp's manga Cardcaptor Sakura and focuses on Sakura Kinomoto in junior high school. The manga began serialization in Kodansha's Nakayoshi magazine with the July 2016 issue. A 22-episode anime televisi...
Kekkaishi (2006 - 2008) - (Japanese: , lit. "Barrier Master") is a supernatural manga series written and illustrated by Yellow Tanabe. It was serialized in Japan by Shogakukan in the manga magazine Weekly Shnen Sunday from 2003 to 2011, and licensed for an English-language release in North America by Viz Media. It was ad...
Saish Heiki Kanojo, lit. She, the Ultimate Weapon) is a Japanese manga series by Shin Takahashi, creator of Iihito and Kimi no Kakera. Saikano was originally serialized in Shogakukan's Big Comic Spirits magazine.A live-action movie adaptation was released in Japan on January 28, 2006 with A...
Taboo Tattoo (2016 - Current) - a Japanese action seinen manga series written and illustrated by Shinjir.[3] It was serialized by Media Factory in its Monthly Comic Alive magazine between November 2009 and June 2017.[4] The series was compiled into thirteen volumes between 2010 and 2017. The series is published in French by Bambo...
Dream Eater Merry (2011 - Current) - a Japanese action fantasy manga series written and illustrated by Ushiki Yoshitaka. The series is serialized in Houbunsha's seinen manga magazine Manga Time Kirara Forward. The manga was adapted into an anime television series by J.C.Staff which aired in Japan between January 7, 2011 and April 8, 20...
Living for the Day After Tomorrow (2006 - Current) - a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by J-ta Yamada. The manga was serialized in Mag Garden's magazine Comic Blade Masamune between March 3, 2005 and June 15, 2007; five bound volumes were released in Japan. The manga was adapted into an anime series produced by J.C.Staff, which aired in...
Mamotte Shugogetten (1998 - 2001) - a manga by Minene Sakurano which was serialized in the monthly magazine Shnen GanGan from 1997 to 2000. A continuation was published in Comic Blade titled Mamotte Shugogetten! Retrouvailles (! Mamotte Shugogetten! Retoruba) from 2002 to 2005. The manga was adapted into a 22-episode anime...
Vinland Saga (2019 - Current) - (Japanese: Hepburn: Vinrando Saga) is a Japanese historical manga series written and drawn by award-winning manga author Makoto Yukimura. The series is published by Kodansha, and was first serialized in the youth-targeted Weekly Shnen Magazine before moving to the monthly manga magazine A...
The Ancient Magus' Bride (2016 - 2018) - ( Mah Tsukai no Yome) is a Japanese dark fantasy shnen manga series written and illustrated by Kore Yamazaki. The series is published in Japan by Mag Garden in its Monthly Comic Garden magazine. The manga is licensed in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment. Wit Studio produced a three-p...
Hozuki's Coolheadedness (2014 - 2018) - a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Natsumi Eguchi [ja]. The plot revolves around Hozuki, a demon who works for the King and Head Judge of Hell. It has been serialized by Kodansha in the magazine Weekly Morning since March 2011, with chapters collected in twenty-seven tankbon volumes...
Chronicle (WCVB-TV) (1982 - Current) - Chronicle is the New England television newsmagazine, and it has been on weeknights on the ABC affiliate station WCVB-TV Channel 5 since it's debut on January 25, 1982.
Ao-chan Can't Study! (2019 - Current) - Midara na Ao-chan wa Benky ga Dekinai) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Ren Kawahara. The series was serialized in Kodansha's Shnen Magazine Edge magazine from October 2015 to December 2018, and was compiled into eight tankbon volumes. The manga is licensed in North America b...
Mitsuboshi Colors (2018 - Current) - Mitsuboshi Karzu, lit. "Three Star Colors") is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Katsuwo. The manga has been serialized in ASCII Media Works' Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh magazine since 2014. An anime television series adaptation directed by Tomoyuki Kawamura and produced by Silver...
Armed Girl's Machiavellism (2017 - Current) - a Japanese manga series illustrated by Karuna Kanzaki and written by Yya Kurokami. The series began serialization in Kadokawa's Monthly Shnen Ace magazine in March 2014. An anime television series adaptation by Silver Link and Connect aired from April 2017 to June 2017.Fudo Nomura is a young man w...
Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya (2013 - 2016) - a manga series by Hiroshi Hiroyama (also known as KALMIA), serialized in Kadokawa Shoten's Comp Ace magazine from 2007 to 2008. It is an alternate universe spin-off of the Fate/stay night visual novel by Type-Moon, with Illyasviel von Einzbern as the protagonist. Various other characters from Fate/s...
Evening / PM Magazine (1976 - 1991) - Nightly lifestyle and newsmagazine show aired locally on Group W (Evening) and non-Group W stations (PM). the first to use the brand was KPIX in the Bay Area.
Hour Magazine (1980 - 1989) - A syndicated program that featured lifestyle, home decor, how-to and others. Produced by Group W and hosted by Gary Collins before he was from ABC's The Home Show fame.
MAD (2010 - 2013) - An American animated sketch comedy produced by Warner Bros. Animation. The series was based on MAD Magazine, where each episode is a collection of short animated parodies of television shows, movies, games, celebrities, and other media using various types of animation (CGI, claymation, stopmotion, e...
.hack//Legend of the Twilight (2003 - 2004) - lit. .hack//Legend of the Twilight Bracelet) is a science fiction manga series written by Tatsuya Hamazaki and drawn by Rei Izumi. The twenty-two chapters of .hack//Legend of the Twilight appeared as a serial in the Japanese magazine Comptiq, and published in three tankbon by Kadokawa Shoten from J...
Seitokai Yakuindomo (2010 - 2017) - "Student Council Staff Members") is a shnen four-panel comic strip manga series written and illustrated by Tozen Ujiie. The series began serialization in the June 2007 issue of Kodansha's Magazine Special and ran in that magazine until the July 2008 issue, where it was thereafter transferred to Kod...
Super Doll Licca-chan (1998 - 1999) - an anime television series which ran on TV Tokyo in 19981999. Kodansha also serialized a manga based on the anime series in its monthly manga magazine Nakayoshi. The story follows an ordinary elementary school girl named Licca Kayama[1][2] and the strange circumstances surrounding her origins, as w...
Deaf Mosaic (1985 - 1995) - An Emmy-winning Gallaudet University monthly magazine production that was very popular from the 1980s to the 1990s. Hosted by Gil Eastman and Mary Lou Novitsky, the program focuses deaf and hearing viewers who have learned about many different aspects of the deaf community.
MotorWeek (1981 - Current) - MotorWeek is a weekly automotive TV series first premireing on PBS in 1981 as hosted by auto expert John H. Davis. The series is presented in magazine-like format featuring reviews, comparisons, news, and features. Segments on the show include Road Tests(where a vehicle is test driven), Goss Garage(...
Just Shoot Me! (1997 - 2003) - Just Shoot Me! was a Work Com about Maya Gallo, a highly qualified but difficult-to-work-with journalist, who, after alienating one news anchor too many, is forced to take a job with the trashy Cosmopolitan-esque fashion magazine run by her estranged father Jack Gallo. Originally focusing on the fat...
Dateline NBC (1992 - Current) - Dateline NBC is a news magazine on NBC which first showed in 1992. The program has always had a focus on crime related stories. Dateline is historically notable for its longevity on the network. The show debuted on March 31, 1992, initially airing only on Tuesdays, with Stone Phillips and Jane Paule...
E:60 (2007 - Current) - E:60 is an American sports newsmagazine broadcast by ESPN. The series features investigative journalism, focusing upon news, issues, and other stories in sports.
TV Guide Awards (1960 - 2001) - The TV Guide Award was an annual award created by the editors of TV Guide magazine, as a readers poll to honor outstanding programs and performers in the American television industry. In 1961 the TV Guide Award was cited by the Associated Press as one of the three important entertainment awards, tog...
60 Minutes+ (2021 - Current) - The American streaming news version of the CBS News longest-running newsmagazine program features longer segments.
Heavy Metal(1981) - Based on the stories and comics featured in Heavy Metal Magazine, the movie tells stories involving a glowing green orb (called the Loc-Nar). It goes through various times, places, planets and many characters: including a smart ass cab driver, a nerd who becomes a King, a criminal, a soldier, dope-h...
National Lampoon's Last Resort(1994) - Inasmuch as National Lampoon magazine was on its last legs in 1994, the title National Lampoon's Last Resort was all too prophetic. The film takes place at, yes, a summer resort, which is threatened with extinction by (in unison, please) Evil Land Developers. Can the Corey boys Haim and Feldman ...
Six Days,Seven Nights(1998) - Ivan Reitman directed this romantic comedy-adventure that opens in New York where fast-paced magazine associate editor Robin Monroe (Anne Heche) and her boyfriend, Frank (David Schwimmer), leave for a week's vacation on a remote island. They've already been together for three years, so when Frank as...
Up The Academy(1980) - Mad Magazine's ill-fated attempt to enter the movie world is a tale of several young men sent off to a military academy. This comedy was unfortunately hacked up before its' release and was so revilied (forgive the pun) that Rob Leibman, who had a major role in the movie, asked to have his name remov...
I'll Take Manhattan(1987) - This TV mini-series is the tale of Maxi Amberville (Valerie Bertinelli) and her efforts to keep her father's magazine empire afloat against a variety of unfortunate circumstances.
Perfect(1985) - Adam (John Travolta) is a reporter for "Rolling Stone" magazine. He's currently working on two stories...One of them is a piece on dating at gyms, while the other is an interview with a man selling state secrets to foreign countries. He falls in love with an aerobics instructor named Jessie (Jamie L...
Bikini Island(1991) - When a bunch of swimsuit models travel to a photo shoot on an isolated island in hopes of being chosen for a magazine cover, they are stalked and slowly knocked off by someone who is a touch competitiveand perhaps, a touch touched. This bulging-bikini flick contains some nudity, profanity, adul...
The Outlaws Is Coming(1965) - Rance Roden plans to kill off all the buffalo and thus cause the Indians to riot. After they destroy the US Cavalry, Rance and his gang will take over the West. Meanwhile, a Boston magazine gets wind of the buffalo slaughter and sends editor Kenneth Cabot (Adam West) and his associates (Moe, Larry a...
The People vs. Larry Flynt(1996) - This is a movie about Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt. It covers the rise of the infamous smut peddler and his many clashes with the law, from his start owning the Hustler strip club in Cincinnati to the infamous Campari ad parody featuring the Revered Jerry Falwell.
Perry Mason: The Case of the Fatal Fashion(1991) - Dyan Draper, an editor of a well known fashion magazine, is infamous for writing columns that destroy other people's career. She also drives her employees to near madness with her orders and therefore isn't well liked. Lauren Jeffreys, the editor of another magazine, meets up with Dyan in an attempt...
The Love God?(1969) - An ornithologist(Don Knotts)unknowingly sells his bird lovers magazine to an adult magazine publisher (Edmond O'Brien).
All in a Night's Work(1961) - Colonel Ryder, the publisher of a magazine, dies while on vacation. Tony, his swinging nephew, inherits the magazine and takes over. Presently, the magazine is planning to expand and to do so they need some capital. Tony's trying to arrange a loan through his friend. He is then informed by the hotel...
Double Exposure(1983) - A photographer for a men's magazine is disturbed by a recurring dream he has that he is killing his models by various gruesome means. Then he discovers that his city is being terrorized by a slasher who is stalking and murdering women on the streets. He begins to suspect that he may actually be the...
The Big Clock(1948) - A career oriented magazine editor finds himself on the run when he discovers his boss is framing him for murder.
The Making Of The Sports Ilustrated 25th Anniversary Swimsuit Issue(1989) - This 1989 special highlights the making of this milestone issue. It features interviews with the models and footage of them posing for the magazine. Carol Alt, Christie Brinkley, Kathy Ireland and many more Swimsuit Issue alumni appear in this documentary.
Confetti(2006) - In this comedic mockumentary, a bridal magazine holds a contest for the most original wedding and three couples are competing for the title as well as a new house. Good-natured Matt & Sam want to marry in the style of a Busby Berkeley musical, but the bride can't really carry a tune; hyper-competiti...
Death Machine(1994) - Chaank Armaments is experimenting with the ultimate fighting machine which is part human - part machine. So far, the Hardman project has been unreliable and has killed a number of innocent people. The genius behind this project is Jack who lives in a world of models, toys and magazines. When he is f...
How To Lose Friends & Alienate People(2008) - A British writer struggles to fit in at a high-profile magazine in New York.
Posed For Murder(1989) - A model poses nude for men's magazines and acts in slasher movies. Her psycho bodybuilder boyfriend gets jealous and starts killing other men.
Beefcake(1998) - This film looks at the 1950's muscle men's magazines and the representative industry that were popular supposedly as health and fitness magazines, but were in reality primarily being purchased by the still underground homosexual community. Chief among the purveyors of this literature was Bob Mizer,...
The Fast & the Furious(2001) - Based on a magazine article, titled "Racer X", about street clubs that race Japanese cars late at night. Elite street racer and ex-convict Dominic Toretto and his crew: Jesse, Leon, Vince and Dominic's girlfriend Letty Ortiz, are under suspicion of stealing expensive electronic equipment. Brian O'Co...
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood(2019) - Lloyd Vogel, a troubled journalist working for Esquire Magazine has been assigned to profile children's TV host Fred Rogers, and he may find by developing a friendship with him that there is more to life than negativity and cynicism.
Trainwreck(2015) - A hard-drinking, promiscuous, free-spirited young magazine writer named Amy Townsend has her first serious relationship with a prominent orthopedic surgeon named Aaron Conners.
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60 Minutes ::: TV-PG | 1h | Documentary, News | TV Series (1968 ) The classic long-running prime time TV investigative news magazine. Creator: Don Hewitt Stars: Andrew Rooney, Lesley Stahl, Steve Kroft
Almost Famous (2000) ::: 7.9/10 -- R | 2h 2min | Adventure, Comedy, Drama | 22 September 2000 (USA) -- A high-school boy is given the chance to write a story for Rolling Stone Magazine about an up-and-coming rock band as he accompanies them on their concert tour. Director: Cameron Crowe Writer:
American Honey (2016) ::: 7.0/10 -- R | 2h 43min | Adventure, Drama, Romance | 14 October 2016 (UK) -- A teenage girl with nothing to lose joins a traveling magazine sales crew, and gets caught up in a whirlwind of hard partying, law bending and young love as she criss-crosses the Midwest with a band of misfits. Director: Andrea Arnold Writers:
Brown Sugar (2002) ::: 6.6/10 -- PG-13 | 1h 49min | Romance, Comedy, Drama | 11 October 2002 (USA) -- Friends since childhood, a magazine editor and a hip-hop record executive stumble into romantic territory. Director: Rick Famuyiwa Writers: Michael Elliot (story), Michael Elliot (screenplay) | 1 more credit
Dark Waters (2019) ::: 7.6/10 -- PG-13 | 2h 6min | Biography, Drama, History | 6 December 2019 (USA) -- A corporate defense attorney takes on an environmental lawsuit against a chemical company that exposes a lengthy history of pollution. Director: Todd Haynes Writers: Nathaniel Rich (based on The New York Times magazine article "The
Good Girls Revolt ::: TV-MA | 55min | Drama | TV Series (20152016) -- A look at the personal and professional lives of employees at an American news magazine in the late 1960s. Creator: Dana Calvo
High Art (1998) ::: 6.6/10 -- R | 1h 41min | Drama, Romance | 12 June 1998 (USA) -- A young female intern at a small magazine company and a drug-addicted lesbian photographer slowly fall in love while exploiting each other to advance their respective careers. Director: Lisa Cholodenko Writer:
How to Lose Friends & Alienate People (2008) ::: 6.4/10 -- R | 1h 50min | Biography, Comedy, Drama | 3 October 2008 (USA) -- A British writer struggles to fit in at a high-profile magazine in New York City. Director: Robert B. Weide Writers: Peter Straughan (screenplay), Toby Young (book)
Hustlers (2019) ::: 6.3/10 -- R | 1h 50min | Comedy, Crime, Drama | 13 September 2019 (USA) -- Inspired by the viral New York Magazine article, Hustlers follows a crew of savvy former strip club employees who band together to turn the tables on their Wall Street clients. Director: Lorene Scafaria Writers:
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) ::: 7.7/10 -- Approved | 1h 20min | Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi | 5 February 1956 (USA) -- A small-town doctor learns that the population of his community is being replaced by emotionless alien duplicates. Director: Don Siegel Writers: Daniel Mainwaring (screenplay), Jack Finney (Collier's magazine serial)
It Boy (2013) ::: 6.4/10 -- 20 ans d'cart (original title) -- It Boy Poster Alice works for "Rebelle" magazine, where she needs to let her hair down to get a promotion. When Balthazar returns a lost USB to Alice, the appearance of dating someone half her age helps her. Does it get real? Director: David Moreau Writers: Amro Hamzawi (original idea), Amro Hamzawi (scenario and dialogue) | 4
Just Shoot Me! ::: TV-PG | 30min | Comedy | TV Series (19972003) -- Hot-tempered journalist Maya got herself fired yet again. Unable to find a job anywhere else and facing eviction, she is forced to go work for Blush, her father's fashion magazine. Creator:
Lady in the Lake (1946) ::: 6.6/10 -- Passed | 1h 45min | Crime, Film-Noir, Mystery | 24 January 1947 (USA) -- The lady editor of a crime magazine hires Phillip Marlowe to find the wife of her boss. The private detective soon finds himself involved in murder. Director: Robert Montgomery Writers:
MADtv ::: TV-14 | 1h | Comedy, Reality-TV, Talk-Show | TV Series (19952016) -- A sketch comedy show based on the seminal Mad Magazine. Creators: Fax Bahr, Adam Small
MADtv ::: TV-14 | 1h | Comedy, Reality-TV, Talk-Show | TV Series (1995-2016) Episode Guide 329 episodes MADtv Poster -- A sketch comedy show based on the seminal Mad Magazine. Creators: Fax Bahr, Adam Small
Men at Work ::: TV-14 | 30min | Comedy, Drama, Romance | TV Series (20122014) Featurette 2:03 | Featurette -- Comedy following the misadventures of four buddies who work together at a magazine. Creator: Breckin Meyer
Safety Not Guaranteed (2012) ::: 7.0/10 -- R | 1h 26min | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 15 June 2012 (Canada) -- Three magazine employees head out on an assignment to interview a guy who placed a classified advertisement seeking a companion for time travel. Director: Colin Trevorrow Writer:
Scandal (1950) ::: 7.2/10 -- Shbun (original title) -- Scandal Poster A celebrity photograph sparks a court case as a tabloid magazine spins a scandalous yarn over a painter and a famous singer. Director: Akira Kurosawa Writers: Ryz Kikushima, Akira Kurosawa Stars:
Sex and the Single Girl (1964) ::: 6.5/10 -- Not Rated | 1h 50min | Comedy, Romance | 25 December 1964 (USA) -- A womanizing reporter for a sleazy tabloid magazine impersonates his hen-pecked neighbor in order to get an expose on renowned psychologist Helen Gurley Brown. Director: Richard Quine Writers:
Shattered Glass (2003) ::: 7.1/10 -- PG-13 | 1h 34min | Drama, History | 26 November 2003 (USA) -- The story of a young journalist who fell from grace when it was discovered he fabricated over half of his articles from the publication The New Republic magazine. Director: Billy Ray Writers:
The Big Clock (1948) ::: 7.7/10 -- Not Rated | 1h 35min | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir | 9 April 1948 (USA) -- A magazine tycoon commits a murder and pins it on an innocent man, who then tries to solve the murder himself. Director: John Farrow Writers: Jonathan Latimer (screenplay), Kenneth Fearing (novel) Stars:
The Bold Type ::: TV-14 | 45min | Comedy, Drama | TV Series (2017 ) -- A glimpse into the outrageous lives and loves of those responsible for a global women's magazine. Creator: Sarah Watson
The Company of Wolves (1984) ::: 6.7/10 -- R | 1h 35min | Drama, Fantasy, Horror | 19 April 1985 (USA) -- A teenage girl in a country manor falls asleep while reading a magazine, and has a disturbing dream involving wolves prowling the woods below her bedroom window. Director: Neil Jordan Writers: Angela Carter (screenplay), Neil Jordan (screenplay) | 2 more credits Stars:
The Devil Wears Prada (2006) ::: 6.9/10 -- PG-13 | 1h 49min | Comedy, Drama | 30 June 2006 (USA) -- A smart but sensible new graduate lands a job as an assistant to Miranda Priestly, the demanding editor-in-chief of a high fashion magazine. Director: David Frankel Writers:
The Great Indoors ::: TV-PG | 30min | Comedy | TV Series (20162017) -- An adventure reporter must adapt to the times when he becomes the boss to a group of millennials in the digital department of the magazine. Creator: Mike Gibbons
The Mule (2018) ::: 7.0/10 -- R | 1h 56min | Crime, Drama, Thriller | 14 December 2018 (USA) -- A ninety-year-old horticulturist and Korean War veteran turns drug mule for a Mexican cartel. Director: Clint Eastwood Writers: Nick Schenk, Sam Dolnick (inspired by the New York Times Magazine
Zero Hour ::: TV-14 | 1h | Drama, Fantasy, Thriller | TV Series (2013) -- Revolves around a bizarre twist of fate that pulls a man who's spent 20 years as the editor of a skeptics magazine into one of the most compelling conspiracies in human history. Creator:,_1996'Nam_Magazine_Vol_1'Nam_Magazine_Vol_1_1'Nam_Magazine_Vol_1_10'Nam_Magazine_Vol_1_2'Nam_Magazine_Vol_1_3'Nam_Magazine_Vol_1_4'Nam_Magazine_Vol_1_5'Nam_Magazine_Vol_1_6'Nam_Magazine_Vol_1_7'Nam_Magazine_Vol_1_8'Nam_Magazine_Vol_1_9,_Issue_1,_Issue_10,_Issue_11,_Issue_13,_Issue_16,_Issue_17,_Issue_19,_Issue_2,_Issue_20,_Issue_21,_Issue_22,_Issue_23,_Issue_3,_Issue_4,_Issue_5,_Issue_6,_Issue_7,_Issue_8,_Issue_9,_Issue_10,_Issue_11,_Issue_12,_Issue_2,_Issue_4,_Issue_5,_Issue_6,_Issue_7,_Issue_8,_Issue_9,_Issue_1,_Issue_10,_Issue_11,_Issue_2,_Issue_3,_Issue_5,_Issue_7,_Issue_8,_Issue_9!_(Magazine),_Vol._2,_Issue_2's_Edition:_The_Secrets_of_Rogue_One's_Edition_-_Star_Wars_Rogue_One
6 Lovers -- -- - -- 6 eps -- Manga -- Slice of Life Comedy Supernatural Drama Romance School Yaoi Shounen Ai -- 6 Lovers 6 Lovers -- The July issue of Dear+ has announced that a series of manga serialized in the magazine will get anime adaptations in celebration of the magazine's 20th anniversary. These anime will be collected into an "in motion" animation series titled 6 Lovers. -- OVA - Feb 27, 2021 -- 13,333 5.64
Chang -- -- Studio Dadashow -- 1 ep -- - -- Drama Military Thriller -- Chang Chang -- Sergeant Jeong Cheol-min's squad are staying indoors a corroded stockroom renovated without windows. His squad is well known for their hardworking members until councellor Hong Yeong-soo comes in. Jeong Cheol-min does all he can to make Hong Yeong-soo the right man for his squad and the army requires him to. However, private Hong Yeong-soo doesn't adjust to the surroundings and causes trouble. -- -- (Source: Hancinema) -- Movie - Nov 1, 2012 -- 614 N/A -- -- Phantom Yuusha Densetsu -- -- - -- 1 ep -- - -- Action Military Drama Seinen -- Phantom Yuusha Densetsu Phantom Yuusha Densetsu -- Yazawa, a Japanese pilot, suffers a crash in his Phantom jetfighter. After a six month recovery, his old friend from an airplane magazine wants him to investigate the appearance of a Phantom in an armed conflict in El Salvador. Yazawa's investigations makes him wind up in an international arms conspiracy. Based on a series of military fiction novels. -- OVA - Jan 24, 1991 -- 604 5.33
Cosmos Pink Shock -- -- AIC -- 1 ep -- Original -- Comedy Parody Sci-Fi Space -- Cosmos Pink Shock Cosmos Pink Shock -- Based on a 1984 serial on the "Animevision" video magazine. The original material was compiled into this one-shot video. -- -- (Source: AniDB) -- OVA - Jul 21, 1986 -- 2,034 5.48
Druaga no Tou: The Aegis of Uruk -- -- Gonzo -- 12 eps -- Game -- Adventure Comedy Fantasy -- Druaga no Tou: The Aegis of Uruk Druaga no Tou: The Aegis of Uruk -- It is said that every few years, there is what's known as the "Summer of Anu." During that summer, thanks to the divine protection of the sky-god Anu, all of the demons in the tower lose their power. The country of Uruk has begun an invasion of the tower in order to suppress the demons. They've built up positions inside the tower, with their sights set on getting to the upper levels. The Uruk army knows that this is the third Summer of Anu-a perfect time to launch a mission to suppress the monster Druaga once and for all. The army soldiers aren't the only ones in the tower, though. An enitre city called Meskia has formed inside the tower's first floor. It plays host not just to soldiers, but also to adventurers who have heard rumors about a legendary treasure called the Blue Crystal Rod, which is said to rest at the very top of the tower. With all these different groups in the mix, each with its own agenda, one can only guess how things will play out during this unusual summer. -- -- (Source: Newtype Magazine) -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- TV - Apr 5, 2008 -- 105,591 7.18
Genshiken 2 -- -- Arms -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Parody Slice of Life -- Genshiken 2 Genshiken 2 -- The Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture, otherwise known as Genshiken, is now under the charge of a more confident Sasahara. Things have changed in between semesters, and the otaku club now has a new otaku-hating member named Ogiue. Sasahara's initial goal of starting a doujin circle and selling those fan-made magazines at the next Comic Festival becomes a reality, but reality is a cruel master... who apparently crossplays. Afterward, the club is abuzz with talk about Tanaka and Ohno's relationship, which takes a hesitant step forward. -- -- (Source: Media Blasters) -- -- Licensor: -- Media Blasters -- TV - Oct 10, 2007 -- 73,887 7.77
Genshiken 2 -- -- Arms -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Parody Slice of Life -- Genshiken 2 Genshiken 2 -- The Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture, otherwise known as Genshiken, is now under the charge of a more confident Sasahara. Things have changed in between semesters, and the otaku club now has a new otaku-hating member named Ogiue. Sasahara's initial goal of starting a doujin circle and selling those fan-made magazines at the next Comic Festival becomes a reality, but reality is a cruel master... who apparently crossplays. Afterward, the club is abuzz with talk about Tanaka and Ohno's relationship, which takes a hesitant step forward. -- -- (Source: Media Blasters) -- TV - Oct 10, 2007 -- 73,887 7.77
Good-by Elvis and USA -- -- - -- 1 ep -- Original -- Dementia Music -- Good-by Elvis and USA Good-by Elvis and USA -- A chaotic mixture of hand-drawn animation and magazine cut-outs appropriating American pop culture. With a soundtrack involving music and sounds played in reverse, iconography of war and pop culture are intercut or merged together with images of eroticism and consumption. The film screened at the 3rd Sogetsu Animation Festival 1971. -- -- (Source: Collaborative Cataloging Japan) -- Movie - ??? ??, 1971 -- 1,136 3.10
Haiyore! Nyaruko-san: Yasashii Teki no Shitome-kata -- -- Xebec -- 1 ep -- Light novel -- Comedy Parody Sci-Fi -- Haiyore! Nyaruko-san: Yasashii Teki no Shitome-kata Haiyore! Nyaruko-san: Yasashii Teki no Shitome-kata -- Adaptation of the short story written by Manta Aisora for the first issue of GA Bunko magazine. -- OVA - Nov 23, 2012 -- 26,691 7.15
Hataraki Man -- -- Gallop -- 11 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Drama Romance Seinen Slice of Life -- Hataraki Man Hataraki Man -- Hiroko Matsukata is a woman who works for a magazine company. She puts all she has into her work, and is known as a strong, straight-forward working girl, who can at will turn herself into Hataraki man (working man) mode. Despite Hiroko's success at work, her life lacks romance. Even though a hard worker, she'd leave early anytime to go on a date. Too bad her boyfriend is even bigger a workaholic than Hiroko. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- -- Licensor: -- Maiden Japan -- 21,470 7.02
High School DxD Specials -- -- TNK -- 6 eps -- Light novel -- Ecchi Comedy Harem Romance Demons School -- High School DxD Specials High School DxD Specials -- A series of 3-5 minute specials that were bundled with the HighSchool DxD DVD and Blu-rays. They are a stand alone set of episodes that are not a part of any story line in particular. -- -- Special 1: Going Sunbathing! - The Occult Research Club goes on a beach outing. -- -- Special 2: Issei's Private Training! - Issei is being given lessons in magic by Akeno. -- -- Special 3: A Little Bold, Koneko-Chan... Nyan! - Koneko accidentally has her personality reversed magically, making her incredibly sexually active and reversing her sexual preference. -- -- Special 4: The Untold Story of The Dress Break's Birth! - A few flashbacks of how Issei first found out and eventually perfected his special move, Dress Break. -- -- Special 5: Making Udon! - As part of a penalty for losing a bet, Sona and Tsubaki make udon for the Occult Research Club but the udon comes to life in a peculiar way... -- -- Special 6: Asia Transforms! - Asia wants to prove she is just as bad as any demon by using ideas found in Issei's magazines, going as far as dressing up like a harlot and seducing him. -- -- (Source: Wikipedia) -- Special - Mar 21, 2012 -- 164,172 7.26
Houseki no Kuni -- -- Studio Hibari -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Fantasy Sci-Fi Seinen -- Houseki no Kuni Houseki no Kuni -- *Based on a manga of the same name by Ichikawa Haruko, serialised in Afternoon. -- -- In the distant future, a new life form called Houseki is born. The 28 Houseki must fight against the Tsukijin who want to attack them and turn them into decorations, thus each gem is assigned a role such as a fighter or a medic. Though she hopes to fight the moon people, Phos is a gem who is given no assignment until the gems' manager Kongo asks her to edit a natural history magazine. -- -- Note: A promotional video that was released through YouTube in commemoration of the publication of the manga's first volume. -- -- (Source: AniDB) -- ONA - Jul 19, 2013 -- 13,436 6.58
Jinkou no Rakuen -- -- - -- 1 ep -- Original -- Dementia -- Jinkou no Rakuen Jinkou no Rakuen -- Psychedelic –and at times sinister– music by Shinpei Kikuchi accompanies a disorienting display of reproduced imagery taken from magazines and posters of sunny beaches and bikini models. Tanaami made positive and negative reprographic prints of these images onto transparent cel sheets, placed them on top of one another, and twisted them in different directions to create a moiré effect. Speaking on the work, Tanaami explained his paradise only exists in the world of reproduction. -- -- (Source: Collaborative Cataloging Japan) -- Movie - ??? ??, 1975 -- 331 4.99
Kaichou wa Maid-sama!: Goshujinsama to Asonjao♥ -- -- J.C.Staff -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Comedy School Shoujo -- Kaichou wa Maid-sama!: Goshujinsama to Asonjao♥ Kaichou wa Maid-sama!: Goshujinsama to Asonjao♥ -- Kaichou wa Maid-sama! special that was included on a DVD released with the LaLa magazine. Features character introductions and voice swapping comedy. -- Special - Jul 24, 2010 -- 77,512 7.35
Kuragehime: Eiyuu Retsuden☆ -- -- Brain's Base -- 4 eps -- Manga -- Slice of Life Comedy Josei -- Kuragehime: Eiyuu Retsuden☆ Kuragehime: Eiyuu Retsuden☆ -- Short episodes included in Blu-ray and DVD release, adapting the side story "Kuragehime Heroes☆", a spin-off manga serialized in Kiss Plus magazine. Supporting characters are featured in short chapters. -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- Special - Jan 28, 2011 -- 13,715 6.58
Love Stage!! -- -- J.C.Staff -- 10 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Romance Shounen Ai -- Love Stage!! Love Stage!! -- With an actress mother, producer father, and rockstar brother, anyone would expect Izumi Sena to eventually enter showbiz himself. However, aside from a commercial for a wedding magazine when he was a child, Izumi has never been in the spotlight; instead, he aims to become a manga artist. -- -- But a decade after the shoot, the magazine calls for a 10th anniversary ad, requesting the original child actors for the project. This reunites Izumi with Ryouma Ichijou, now a popular actor who, much to Izumi's shock, has been in love with him ever since their first meeting! However, due to Izumi's feminine appearance and unisex name, Ryouma believed the boy was a girl and continues to do so to this day. Izumi's troubles are just beginning, because even after discovering the truth, Ryouma can't seem to shake off his feelings... -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- 202,144 7.29
Mahoromatic Summer Special -- -- Gainax, Shaft -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Ecchi Romance Comedy Sci-Fi -- Mahoromatic Summer Special Mahoromatic Summer Special -- It's another normal day in the Misato residence when Mahoro finds yet another pornographic magazine in Suguru's room. This prompts her and Minawa to make a pact with Chizuko, Rin, Miyuki and Miss Shikijo to search and confiscate all of the perverted stash in the house. Suguru, Kiyomi and Toshiya must do whatever it takes to protect their treasure from the girls. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- -- Licensor: -- Geneon Entertainment USA, Sentai Filmworks -- Special - Aug 15, 2003 -- 10,190 7.12
Mangirl! -- -- Doga Kobo -- 13 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Slice of Life -- Mangirl! Mangirl! -- "We're going to launch a manga magazine!" -- -- A team of girls with zero experience in manga editing are off and running toward their dream of creating the biggest manga magazine in Japan! They seem to do nothing but run into problems and failures... But still they're working hard every day! -- -- (Source: Crunchyroll) -- TV - Jan 3, 2013 -- 28,292 5.85
Persona 5 the Animation Specials -- -- CloverWorks -- 2 eps -- Game -- Slice of Life Comedy -- Persona 5 the Animation Specials Persona 5 the Animation Specials -- Unaired episodes included in 11th & 12th BD/DVD volume of the Persona 5 the Animation. These volumes contained the two Persona 5 the Animation TV Specials ("Stars and Ours" & "Dark Sun..." respectively) rather than episodes of the regular TV series. -- -- #1: Few days after battle against Akechi. Ren, who was helping out with the cafe, saw a cross word puzzle magazine on the table and saw Akechi's handwriting besides a solved crossword "Seigi no Akashi (Sign of Justice)." In order to investigate the meaning, he walks around the street under the cold winter snow while thinking back at the memory with Akechi. The meaning that revealed and Akechi's feeling is... -- -- #2: Valentine's Day Omnibus Story featuring Ren Amamiya. -- Special - May 29, 2019 -- 9,557 6.89
Slime Boukenki: Umi da, Yeah! -- -- Production I.G -- 1 ep -- Game -- Action Adventure Comedy Fantasy Game -- Slime Boukenki: Umi da, Yeah! Slime Boukenki: Umi da, Yeah! -- A short anime directed by Yuasa Masaaki with Production IG, distributed on VHS as a bonus to a video game magazine subscription. The main character is a Slime from the Dragon Quest video games. -- Special - Jul 30, 1999 -- 1,249 5.68
Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase -- -- Shaft -- 25 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Romance Vampire Fantasy Seinen -- Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase -- Freelance photographer Kouhei Morioka is traveling to a castle in Germany to take photos of paranormal activity for his friend Hiromi Anzai, editor of an occult magazine. Upon entering the castle, he's confronted by a young girl in a white dress and cat ears who calls herself Hazuki. She takes a keen interest in Kouhei and offers him a kiss, but she instead reveals herself to be a vampire, sucks his blood, and turns him into her slave. -- -- Much to Hazuki's dismay, however, Kouhei is unaffected by her bite. Hoping to escape the castle and her possessive butler Vigo, Hazuki instead forces Kouhei to help her. With the help of his powerful exorcist cousin Seiji Midou, the two make it out safely. Finally free, Hazuki flees to Japan in search of her mother. Not long after Kouhei returns home, he discovers Hazuki has nested in his home, where he reluctantly allows her to stay. Meanwhile, other vampires set out to find the missing Hazuki. -- -- Equal parts gothic and adorable, Tsukuyomi: Moonphase is a charming and mystical story where two unlikely allies form a unique bond in an attempt to defy a society of immortals. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 66,140 6.99
Wangan Midnight -- -- A.C.G.T. -- 26 eps -- Manga -- Action Cars Seinen Sports -- Wangan Midnight Wangan Midnight -- Based on a seinen manga by Kusunoki Michiharu serialised in Young Magazine. -- -- The story gets its roots from the actual street racing that occurs on Tokyo's Shuto Expressway, one stretch of which is known as the "Wangan", literally meaning "bay side" (although it is generally used to refer to the freeway), the longest, straightest road in the entire country. Of course, there's also lots of traffic to contend with, including a fair number of heavy trucks. Because of this, the action is inherently hazardous, and wrecks are common. Blown engines are also a frequent hazard, especially with the extreme-high power engines. -- -- One day, Akio Asakura, a third year high school student, is driving his Fairlady Z (Z31) and is challenged by Tatsuya Shima, a doctor, in his black Porsche 964 Turbo (nicknamed the "BlackBird"). With a friend in the passenger seat and two girls in the back, Akio pitifully tries to win, but is defeated. Determined to become faster, he goes to the junkyard to buy parts for his car, when he sees a pristine, unscratched midnight blue Fairlady Z (S30) in the junkyard. Intrigued as to why such a machine is about to be junked, he buys it. He soon finds that the car is unnaturally fast due to a tuned L28 engine, bored and stroked to 3.1 liters combined with twin turbos, which produces 620bhp. He also finds that all of the car's previous owners had unfortunate accidents in it, starting with the first owner's death. The manga follows Akio's various encounters, though the central plot revolves around his constant battle with the BlackBird for superiority. -- -- (Source: AniDB) -- TV - Jun 15, 2007 -- 27,214 7.45
Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru. OVA -- -- Brain's Base -- 1 ep -- Light novel -- Comedy Romance School -- Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru. OVA Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru. OVA -- One morning, Hachiman Hikigaya contemplates the superfluous nature of marriage and its misleading image of happiness. However, he is forced into confronting his skepticism when the Volunteer Service Club is tasked with assisting a local municipal magazine advertise the allure of marriage to younger people. Unfortunately, neither the club's advisor, Shizuka Hiratsuka, nor the other club members have any firsthand experience with the subject. With only one week until the deadline, the group must quickly learn about the intricacies behind the special ceremony, even if they have to resort to more creative means! -- -- OVA - Sep 19, 2013 -- 206,248 7.60
Yumemakura Baku Twilight Gekijou -- -- D.A.S.T., Studio Pierrot -- 4 eps -- Novel -- Horror Psychological -- Yumemakura Baku Twilight Gekijou Yumemakura Baku Twilight Gekijou -- Originally released as a feature part of Studio Pierrot's video magazine show Anime V Comic Rentaman (アニメ・V・コミック レンタマン) along with Abashiri Ikka, Eguchi Hisashi no Kotobuki Gorou Show and Akai Hayate. -- -- (Source: AniDB) -- OVA - May 21, 1991 -- 985 5.67
Yuugo: Koushounin -- -- Artland -- 13 eps -- Manga -- Action Military Mystery Psychological Drama Seinen -- Yuugo: Koushounin Yuugo: Koushounin -- "Negotiation means, you turn words into weapons" -- -- This is the realization of the popular comic Yu-go that was published in Kondasha Afternoon Magazine over a period of 10 years. -- -- Beppu Yuugo is the world's most successfull negotiator. His only weapons are "words." Yuugo doesn't kill people. Neither does he threaten them with brute violence. With rich knowledge and a calm judgement, he believes in the humans inside them. Doing only that he has managed many dangerous negotiations successfully until now. Now two of the many episodes have been chosen very carefully, one taking place in Russia, the other one in Pakistan. In the burning desert and the freezing Siberia Yuugo begins his negotiations. -- -- (Source: AniDB) -- -- Licensor: -- ADV Films -- 10,316 7.11,_January_1919.jpg"Group_portrait_of_the_editors_of_the_magazine_Niva_(detail)"_by_Lucian_Popov.jpg,_Christmas_1898-cropped.jpg,_Christmas_1898.jpg's_New_Monthly_Magazine_Volume_104_December_1901_to_May_1902_(1902)_(14596663688).jpg
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