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"[Capote never taped his subjects or even took notes he boasted that he had 94% recall, often teasing Clarke for recording his interviews with him. The tapes came in handy. Hoffman would listen to Capote's distinctive voice before each day of shooting. When I saw the critic Rex Reed, who knew Capote, at a screening here, I asked him for an appraisal of Hoffman's portrayal.] I had some problems with his accent it was like he was talking with two fingers on his tongue, ... But he got that thing Truman did with his eye right. He was always rubbing it. So I guess it was pretty close." Rex Reed
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"The only thing that makes me mad is it messes up my baseball card. I was consistent for a long time and then that comes up. It was a learning experience for me. I'm a stronger person. I had to be. I had to bite my tongue a lot. I had to keep myself going and make sure I got my work in." Tony Womack
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"I had some problems with his accent it was like he was talking with two fingers on his tongue. But he got that thing Truman did with his eye right. He was always rubbing it. So I guess it was pretty close." Rex Reed
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Kelvin Garnett

"The focus here, it's got to hurt when you lose. I don't know if it's like that. I've never been one to hold my tongue, and I never will. I've always said I'm a black wolf here, and I lead by example. This (expletive) hurts. If we're really trying to make a run for this thing. We've got (20) games to go." Kelvin Garnett
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"Man was given a tongue with which to
speak and words to hide his thoughts.Ê"
Hungarian Proverb
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"They don't bite. Their defense mechanism is they just play dead. They roll over on their back, throw out their tongue, and let off a horrible odor like they've been dead for a couple days." Bob Pendergrass
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Ashlee Simpson

"I found myself wrong again Starin out my window Wonderin what it is I should have said I found myself at home again Waitin for the after call From a fallout that feels like such a mess Ohhhh I can only be myself I'm sorry that's hell for you Heyyy so what's my damage today Don't let me get in your way Let it out like you always do The trouble between me and you Is nothing new So I listen to you complain and then I bite my tongue in vain again As I let it all just slowly settle in Such a pretty picture that you paint I'm so vile while your a saint Funny how your eyes see thick not thin Ohhhh I can only be myself Your lookin for someone else Heyyy so what's my damage today Don't let me get in your way Let it out like you always do The trouble between me and you Is nothing new You know how to give it but you can't take it It's all just a waste now you can save it No matter what I do Is never good enough, never good enough Heyyy so what's my damage today Don't let me get in your way Let it out like you always do The trouble between me and you Is nothing new Is nothing new Save your breath cause here comes the truth I'm over the drama of you And that's something new Well I'm starin' out my window Wonderin' what it is I should have, said" Ashlee Simpson
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