This is the sixth book I've written, which isn't bad for a guy who's only read two.
'The Sixth Sense' was a very enjoyable, successful movie despite the fact that there were plenty of people, including myself, who saw the ending coming.
Sixth grade was a big time, in my childhood, of hoops and friendship, and coming up with funny things.
I'm from Wisconsin; well, that's where I went to school from, like, sixth grade till I graduated high school.
I hate to make this point too often, but imagine for a moment George W. Bush were on his sixth vacation, and he was asked about Iraq, and he said 'I'm buying shrimp.' You think that wouldn't be a headline everywhere?
I was at a public school until I was in sixth grade when I moved to New York.
When Paul and I were first friends, starting in the sixth grade and seventh grade, we would sing a little together and we would make up radio shows and become disc jockeys on our home wire recorder. And then came rock and roll.
I was slicking my hair back when I was in sixth grade.
All women have a perception much more developed than men. So all women somehow, being repressed for so many millennia, they ended up by developing this sixth sense and contemplation and love. And this is something that we have a hard time to accept as part of our society.
In many ways, 'What Teachers Make: In Praise of the Greatest Job in the World' is just one big thank-you note to my teachers. The book is dedicated to my fifth and sixth grade English teacher, Dr. Joseph D'Angelo, a massive force of erudition, martial artistry, culture, and love.
Myspace alone has just over 80 million users and ranks as the sixth most popular English language website and the eighth most popular site in the world.
The hardest thing in my industry is longevity, getting your next job. It's hard to get the first job, but it's so much harder to get the sixth or seventh as a woman.
You see, I went to the sixth grade and that was the highest I ever went.
'The Sixth Sense' is fine the second time around, but honestly, the first time around, it's dazzling.
My first dunk was actually in sixth grade.
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