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My dad was good with actions.

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My dad died of a stroke.

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My dad was good with actions.

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No, I don't regret anything at this point. That may change on the next phone call, but at the moment I don't regret anything.

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The longer I go about living, I see it's the relationship that is most meaningful.

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If saving money is wrong, I don't want to be right!

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When you've done the technical part, you're then into the joy, the zen, into being. Technology no longer exists for you. You're then into the mystery of the thing you're doing.

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I love technology. Matches, to light a fire, is really high tech. The wheel is really one of the great inventions of all time. Other than that, I am an ignoramus about technology.

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When I did the film Generations, in which the character died, I felt like a guest for the first time. That made me very sad.

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You need to be silly to be funny.

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I love the concept of togetherness and the entwinement of marriage.

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Marriage is a reflection of your life in general: how you treat people, how you argue, how secure you are in your own thoughts. How vehemently do you argue your point of view? With what disdain do you view the other's point of view?

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I find the whole time travel question very unsettling if you take it to its logical extension. I think it might eventually be possible, but then what happens?

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I love to go to a movie, get a Diet Coke and a barrel of popcorn, and sit there with my kids and watch a film.

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I find age such a foreign concept. I have to be reminded. I still have the extraordinary feeling of adventure, striking out into unknown fields.

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I think that prog rock is the science fiction of music. Science fiction speculates on what the future might be and look like and how we'll get there, and yet there's always a central theme of humanity, or there should be. Progressive rock has the same con

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