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Casey Affleck

"People bitch about losing their anonymity and then get insulted when someone doesn't recognize them from whatever success they've had." Casey Affleck
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"Anonymity is the enemy of civility." Seth Godin
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"In larger stores and areas, there is more anonymity from customers. We try to take away as much as that (anonymity) as we can." Tim Sutton
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"It's certainly not appropriate to even discuss the names, when they requested anonymity. We're very confident that commitments like this are not made without a lot of thought and planning and financial evaluation." John Long
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"The idea here is accessibility with no records. Anonymity at all costs." Tom Cash
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"In a small town, there is a thin veil of anonymity," Dale Maharidge
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"I did a TV series for the British History Channel a few years ago and for a few weeks afterwards I was accosted by folk in Britain wanting to talk, which was flattering, but the memory faded and blessed anonymity returned." Bernard Cornwell
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"When I wanted to do this job it was for making movies not for the glitter. Of course with the fame I got more offers from different countries so it is great to have huge luxuries for an actor to work and to have the choice. But after, in life, I can't enjoy anonymity. But I can hide myself." Audrey Tautou
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