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Men are much oftener thrown on their knees by the melancholy than by the agreeable passions.


David Hume

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I never thought in terms of being a leader. I thought very simply in terms of helping people.
JOHN HUME
You have to have pace, you have to have high production values, you have to have interesting graphic...
BRIT HUME
Before the arrival of the Credit Union, people who were from the poor background or a working class ...
JOHN HUME
There's a certain elitism that has crept into the attitudes of some in journalism, and it played...
BRIT HUME
I have to take it as a given that I have got a certain ability to do something. I can be an artist, ...
GARY HUME
I think Picasso is more feminine than Matisse.
GARY HUME
I lived on nothing for years - squatted where I lived and where I worked, stole electricity, made th...
GARY HUME
I love to see a wood full of bluebells. Growing up in the Kent countryside, I have special memories ...
GARY HUME
I'm probably creative for half an hour a day. The rest of the time, I'm just doing what'...
GARY HUME
People constantly describe me as a formalist or even a minimalist, but I'm not really bothered w...
GARY HUME
A painting should be tough; it should have muscle, but I have to find some tenderness in it, too. Th...
GARY HUME
My father was unemployed and I was the eldest of seven children. We were very poor. And when you ask...
JOHN HUME
The Clinton administration hated us, and it was a terrible struggle with them. I think that they fel...
BRIT HUME
If my e-mail is any guide, and the things I'm hearing from just people in the street that you talk t...
BRIT HUME
And when they are distracted and there are worries about them, that spreads. So there is a sense of ...
BRIT HUME
Every child growing up will look to their parents, my mother and my father. My grandmother lived wit...
JOHN HUME
There's another one. It's supposed to be colder tonight. With this north wind blowing, it's getting ...
RON HUME
We have a society in which one of the greatest things you can do is a platform to see victim status,...
BRIT HUME
In my opinion, what changed the situation eventually - and, of course, it took a lot of time to chan...
JOHN HUME
It is too early to comment on production figures for 2006 as we are still in the process of finalizi...
DON HUME