You always love playing in finals at any tournament. The grand slams and stuff like that are obviously the priorities but any titles go on your record.
So I have this word for much of what I do in life: 'plorking.' I'm not playing and I'm not working, I'm plorking.
I'm not locked into playing one guy.
Good taste - that's all you really need when you're playing an instrument.
I'll win more games playing everyday in the outfield than I will pitching every fourth day.
Self-editing is the way I write. Ten verses of a song and it's finished. Then we start playing it and if I see that it's too long, I'll start cutting.
I don't ever want to get boxed in, playing the same characters, over and over again. That's why I prefer features over television.
I may be French, but I'm playing for Arsenal.
I'm a good guy. I love playing bad guys, but good guys that have a good thing going on, I like that, too. I don't like passive good guys.
I don't mind doing two or three Eagles songs and playing the drums. I'm not one of those artists who's going to sit here and deny the past.
I have a bad back partially from playing the drums and singing. I used to have to hold my body in such a position that my spine got out of alignment.
Playing the drums hurts my back.
Parents bobble between a nostalgia-infused yearning for their children to play and fear that time spent playing is time lost to more practical pursuits.
I like playing for Oakland, they have a very colorful uniform.
I love the game and I wanted to continue playing. It came to a time that I had to stop.
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