“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place. I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.”—
CHRISTINE O’DONNELL:Bill, if we — if we approach this complicated bioethic issue with our heads in the sand, the other end is in the air.
BILL O’REILLY:My head isn’t in the sand, Christine. I have the biggest head in the world. There isn’t enough sand on the beach in Hawaii for my head to be in there.
O’DONNELL:My point is, we’re approaching this issue with the other end in the air.
O’REILLY:No, no, no. Hold it.
O’DONNELL:By their own admission…
O’DONNELL:… these groups admitted that the report that said, “Hey, yay, we cloned a monkey. Now we’re using this to start cloning humans.” We have to keep…
O’REILLY:Let them admit anything they want. But they won’t do that here in the United States unless all craziness is going on.
O’DONNELL:They are — they are doing that here in the United States. American scientific companies are cross-breeding humans and animals and coming up with mice with fully functioning human brains. So they’re already into this experiment.
****Source:Discussion about cloning on the Bill O’Reilly show in 2007 with GOP candidate Christine O’Donnell.****
“I left the cocoon of Harvard, I left the cocoon of Saturday Night Live, I left the cocoon of the Simpsons. And each time it was bruising and tumultuous. And yet every failure was freeing, and today I’m as nostalgic for the bad as I am for the good. So that’s what I wish for all of you—the bad as well as the good. Fall down. Make a mess. Break something occasionally. Know that your mistakes are your own unique way of getting to where you need to be. And remember that the story is never over.”—Conan O’ Brien (Speech to Harvard Class of 2000)