People are going to make comparisons and they can do that but I'm definitely not going to compare myself to Derek Jeter.
There's always going to be comparisons, and that's unavoidable. There are people out there who feel I hit my peak with Magician and have gone downhill since.
Men have been obliged to make for themselves a notion of what religion is, long before the science of religions started its methodical comparisons.
Awards for arts, where you make comparisons, don't make much sense.
People will always make comparisons.
It's funny. People often compare me to other humor essayists. They're usually quite nice comparisons; I will accept those gladly. But I am always sort of appalled at the idea of being lumped with other, more chick-y female writers. And the truth is probably that neither comparison is accurate.
A wise man looks upon men as he does on horses; all their comparisons of title, wealth, and place, he consider but as harness.
But sequence comparisons simply can't account for the development of complex biochemical systems any more than Darwin's comparison of simple and complex eyes told him how vision worked.
I think that's created a healthy environment. The comparisons to 'ER' were maddening and there was this assumption that the two of us were looking at each other with rage and resentment, which was also not the case.
How would you compare Polanski or Kubrick? I try not to do any comparisons.
Once people start making comparisons to a player of the past, they want you to be that player. I try to go out there and create my own image, my own style, my own type of game. Right now I can't even think of one guy I've been compared to.
I think comparisons are odious.
The makers of '21 and Over' have been screening it, and I'm getting a lot of comparisons to a young Vince Vaughn.
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