I pay attention to the news. I take the 'New York Times.' I do the Saturday crossword.
When I was a kid, I had ambitions for being a television announcer, which was before television took off, you know, in the late '40s. And just through necessity, going out looking for work, I was starting to sing, and dance, and act, and I never expected to do that, nor to have any success at it at least.
Als Kind hat man im Gras gelegen, die Wolken beobachtet und an gar nichts gedacht. Diese Fähigkeit haben wir verloren.
Zu wissen, dass man nicht die Antwort auf alles hat, lehrt einen Bescheidenheit, Offenheit, Toleranz, Vergebung und den Willen, zu lernen - und das sind alles gute Dinge.
The American people hit the streets and did something that the government wouldn't do: the Civil Rights Act. It didn't go down well with the corporate world.