The biggest thrill in the world is entertaining the public, there is no bigger thrill than that.
I think there are certain business matters which we must now conduct differently than we used to.
I'm not afraid of failing. I don't like to fail. I hate to fail. But I'm not afraid of it.
In America it's live by the sword of freedom of expression and be will to die by it as well.
Sometimes you have to take a half step back to take two forward.
The standards are being lowered, not just on the Internet, but in all of news and media.
The Rock will always come back to us.
We're going to be treated very poorly, I think that goes with the territory, and you have to get over it, get beyond it and know who you are among your peers and especially among your family when you look in the mirror.
I don't know what drives me, I don't have a clue, but I'm driven more today than I ever have been.
I have to do something with my mind, or I'll get in trouble.
I understand the common man because I understand me in that regard at least.
So we're living by that sword, and we're going to cut every now and then from it's backlash.
That crossover of whether it's entertainment or news is the biggest crock of b.s. in television today, because it's all entertainment.
But because our organization has grown so much and in so many different ways, the delegation process places responsibility and authority on the shoulders of people you can watch grow and watch the way they treat others.
From a person standpoint, the old expression of what doesn't kill you makes you stronger is somewhat true.
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