I'm so much like Luke Skywalker I guess I always will be.
I have always been a very keen walker, though, and I often took a camera with me on my walks.
My first job on the radio was writing jokes for a Baltimore DJ called Johnny Walker, who was sort of a '70s era shock jock who all the teenage boys listened to in my school.
I say I am a Planetwalker. Then I have to explain that a Planetwalker is anyone who walks the planet as a lifestyle choice, as part of an education in the spirit and hope of using the journey to benefit the world.
I played with Sam Lay, Jimmy Reed, Big Walter Horton, Big Moose Walker, and all those guys.
Every Luke Skywalker needs his Darth Vader.
I do this 'Walker shake.' You got to get knocked down many times, shake it off. Life is about ups and downs, and you got to keep standing up.
Every time there's a revolution, it comes from somebody reading a book about revolution. David Walker wrote a book and Nat Turner did his thing.
I got to work with Paul Walker. He's an angel. He was so sweet.
From Clara Barton's tireless work founding the American Red Cross to the first female Medal of Honor winner, Dr. Mary Walker, to our first female combat fighter pilot Lt. Kara Hultgreen, no list of American heroes is complete without the names of some of these extraordinary women.
There are few things in the world as dangerous as sleepwalkers.
I go the way that Providence dictates with the assurance of a sleepwalker.
Raising George Walker was not easy.
I was called Kool Dj Kurt Walker... but they wanted tocall me Kurtis Blow.
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