— David Lee Roth Rock vocalist; lead singer with Van Halen 1954
— L. Neil Smith American writer 1946
"Some Random Thoughts About the War On Drugs".
„The Nazis spoke of having a Jewish problem. We now speak of having a drug-abuse problem. Actually, “Jewish problem” was the name the Germans gave to their persecution of the Jews; “drug-abuse problem” is the name we give to the persecution of people who use certain drugs.“
— Thomas Szasz Hungarian psychiatrist 1920 - 2012
— James Marsters American actor 1962
Interview With The Vampires: Shedding light on the tough triangle that gives Buffy The Vampire Slayer its bite. by Tim Appello (Jul 25 '98) http://www.morethanspike.com/articles.php?ID=146
— Warren Buffett American business magnate, investor, and philanthropist 1930
Context: I don't have a problem with guilt about money. The way I see it is that my money represents an enormous number of claim checks on society. It is like I have these little pieces of paper that I can turn into consumption. If I wanted to, I could hire 10,000 people to do nothing but paint my picture every day for the rest of my life. And the GNP would go up. But the utility of the product would be zilch, and I would be keeping those 10,000 people from doing AIDS research, or teaching, or nursing. I don't do that though. I don't use very many of those claim checks. There's nothing material I want very much. And I'm going to give virtually all of those claim checks to charity when my wife and I die. As quoted in Warren Buffett Speaks: Wit and Wisdom from the World's Greatest Investor (1997) by Janet C. Lowe, pp. 165-166
— Ashleigh Brilliant American author and cartoonist 1933
— Warren Zevon American singer-songwriter 1947 - 2003
As quoted in Salon. com - "My Lunch with Warren Zevon" by David Bowman, at Salon. com (17 March 2000) http://archive.salon.com/people/lunch/2000/03/18/zevon/index.html
„If your partner happens to be the same sex as you, I don't have a problem with that and I don't think anyone else should.“
— Michael Franti American rapper 1966
Context: I'm glad Bush is coming out so strongly against gay marriage, because I think it's time in this country for people to wake up... If your partner happens to be the same sex as you, I don't have a problem with that and I don't think anyone else should. We're not doing a service to our kids by cloistering them from reality. It's better to discuss reality. Interview with CollageFoundation.org
„I was on a talk show recently, and the host asked me, "What do you think about the dope problem?" I said, "Definitely, I feel we have too many dopes." No question about it. That's why we have a drug problem, I feel; it's because everyone has access to drugs... it's all those DRUG stores, right? Every three or four blocks, there's a big sign: "DRUGS", "Open All Night – DRUGS", "We Deliver – DRUGS", "Cut-rate DRUGS"... it's the biggest thing on their sign: "Cosmetics – Sundries – DRUGS".“
— George Carlin American stand-up comedian 1937 - 2008
„The plain fact is that if you don't have a problem, you create one. If you don't have a problem you don't feel that you are living.“
— U.G. Krishnamurti, No Way Out
Ch. 7: What Kind Of Human Being Do You Want?
— Paul Ryan American politician 1970
— Tom Waits American singer-songwriter and actor 1949
"Bad Liver and a Broken Heart", Small Change (1976).
„If I have problems perceiving a color I don't know who to go to – an opthamologist, a neurologist, or a computer programmer.“
— Neil Harbisson Catalan-Irish musician, artist and activist 1984
As quoted in KPCC (14 May 2013). "Cyborg Neil Harbisson can hear in color" http://www.scpr.org/programs/airtalk/2013/05/13/31774/cyborg-neil-harbisson-listens-to-color/
— Albert Camus French author and journalist 1913 - 1960
„I don't have any problem accessing experiences of unity. I feel completely part of the universe and all that's going on.“
— Ursula Goodenough American biologist 1943
Context: I don't have any problem accessing experiences of unity. I feel completely part of the universe and all that's going on. When I try to describe it, people say I'm obviously a mystic. It doesn't seem mystical to me in a theistic sense. It's not a state that engenders in me any sense that God is watching over me and paying attention to what I'm doing. It's much more what I understand the Eastern traditions to be talking about — a belonging to the universe, an overflow of astonishment and wonder and peace and tranquility.
— George W. Bush 43rd President of the United States 1946
Shirley Williams, Baroness Williams of Crosby, described this as a remark to Tony Blair in a discussion of the French economy during the G8 Summit, according to Jack Malvern (9 July 2002), "Bush and Blair, The Times. Alastair Campbell, Blair's director of communications, later said that Blair never heard Bush say this and never told Baroness Williams that he said it. See Lloyd Grove (2002-07-10) "The Reliable Source," Washington Post.