I consider myself to be a pretty good judge of people... that's why I don't like any of them.
Whenever you're the child of a famous person, you get judged in odd ways because of that.
I don't judge. Judgment is not my business. Existing is my business.
Well, for one, I don't judge my characters.
In football you always get judged on your last game. Whoever you are, or how amazing you are, it's the last game that everyone has seen.
I'm trying to convey to my audience that you really can't judge a book by its cover, and there's more to the universe than you can see with your eyes.
When morning comes, you would better find yourself saying: 'I have so many choices of what to do or what to leave - every morning, every day. I better judge for myself, and - go ahead and do it.'
Never judge someone by who he's in love with; judge him by his friends. People fall in love with the most appalling people. Take a cool, appraising glance at his pals.
What you've done becomes the judge of what you're going to do - especially in other people's minds. When you're traveling, you are what you are right there and then. People don't have your past to hold against you. No yesterdays on the road.
And I'm OK being judged as an actor.
The thing about producing is that the pressure is off of being in front of the camera, and being critiqued and judged in that way, but there are other pressures producing.
I'm going to let God be the judge of who goes to heaven and hell.
I'm not the judge. You know, God didn't tell me to go around judging everybody.
I don't really try to judge any character that I play, afterwards I figure it out, but while I'm working on the character, I have to find something in them to relate to.
Judges who take the law into their own hands, who make up constitutional 'rights' in order to strike down laws they oppose, undermine the people's right to have their values shape public policy and define the culture.
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