A Quote ~ John Hughes

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…the title stuck in my head. I thought about your predisposition toward pink. I wrote Pretty In Pink the week after we finished Sixteen Candles. I so desperately hate to end these movies that the first thing I do when I’m done is write another one. Then I don’t feel sad about having to leave and everybody going away. That’s why I tend to work with the same people; I really befriend them. I couldn’t speak after Sixteen Candles was over. I returned to the abandoned house, and they were tearing down your room. And I was just horrified, because I wanted to stay there forever.

John Hughes

Words from Christina Perri

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…waking up every morning and getting to be me and play music. You know, forever I was a waitress and covered all my tattoos. I had to do that thing, and so I wake up simply every morning so grateful that I get to not do that, and that I get to do whatever crazy thing I’m doing. It has everything to do with my dreams and music and stuff. So there’s that just basic principle in my life. I’m extremely grateful every day.

Christina Perri

Christina Perri Interview
Talks About Her Whirlwind Year, Special Moments, and Her Amazing Fans
By Bill Lamb, About.com Guide

Quotation ~ Johnny Depp

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I suppose nowadays it’s all a question of surgery, isn’t it? Of course the notion is beautiful, the idea of staying a boy and a child forever, and I think you can. I have known plenty of people who, in their later years, had the energy of children and the kind of curiosity and fascination with things like little children. I think we can keep that, and I think it’s important to keep that part of staying young. But I also think it’s great fun growing old.

Johnny Depp

Notable Quote Said by Bill Clinton

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Next, we must help parents protect their children from the gravest health threat that they face ~~ an epidemic of teen smoking, spread by multimillion dollar marketing campaigns. I challenge Congress ~~ let’s pass bipartisan, comprehensive legislation that will improve public health, protect our tobacco farmers and change the way tobacco companies do business forever. Let’s do what it takes to bring teen smoking down. Let’s raise the price of cigarettes by up to $1.50 a pack over the next 10 years with penalties on the tobacco industry if it keeps marketing to our children.

Bill Clinton

1998 State of the Union Address ~ January 27, 1998 ~