As journalists, because you don't carry a gun, you sort of become this observer.
If you're like me, I get hooked into to-do lists, you know. I'll say I checked that off. Okay, I did that. And you have all these things you're doing.
I've always been at war with the guitar. All vocalists are fighting a war with the electric rhythm guitar.
Most journalists expect me to answer all their questions about aliens and spaceships.
Christianity isn't the only group that has fundamentalists.
Hungry Joe collected lists of fatal diseases and arranged them in alphabetical order so that he could put his finger without delay on any one he wanted to worry about.
Cyclists, I work with a number of cyclists. They are great athletes; they are great aerobic athletes. If you ask them to hit a baseball or golf ball, they can't do that.
I've learned to look like I'm listening to long confusing plots of cartoons and comic books when I'm actually sound asleep or making grocery shopping lists in my head.
People are skeptical of many televangelists, and I'm sensitive to that.
As journalists, we keep pushing and pushing.
If Britain is going to investigate journalists as terrorists - take and destroy our documents, force us to give up passwords and answer questions - how can we be sure we can protect our sources?
Strange bonds of trust and self-deception tend to grow between journalists and their subjects.
I am a collaborator with everyone who agrees that I need to be in control. I happily collaborate with my loyalists.
I'm very nerdy about my music, and I like interrogating people about what they put on playlists.
Top Ten lists make me insane. I just know they're going to change daily.
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