I've been really upset sometimes when I've been misquoted. And it's the one thing they use in big print. Or it's taken out of context. Thoughts are fluid and words are sticky. That's the thing.
The biggest problem I have in journalism is being quoted or misquoted and then being asked to defend something I haven't said.
Journalists have misquoted people for so long - and quoted them out of context that for many people like to have their words on record.
I tend to thrive on being misquoted. It's the only way I sound good.
I will not be misquoted!
The only thing that I react really violently to is being misquoted.
I've been misquoted a lot, and there's this tendency for people to put on to you how they think you should be or what they think you should feel.
I was often misquoted. I was supportive of my managers, even though they all may not think so.
Practice is everything. This is often misquoted as Practice makes perfect.
Misquotations are the only quotations that are never misquoted.
Silence is not only golden, it is seldom misquoted.
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