Matthew Rhys quotes
“- New York Times Reporter: If the Times had your report, we would print it, tomorrow.
- Daniel Jones: No. If it's gonna come out, it's gonna come out the right way.”
“I've suffered from an identity crisis my entire life. It's why I went into acting.”
“I definitely want to go back to the theatre. It is hard work, it is repetitive, but it is intensely rewarding.”
“There's such a unique humour in Wales that I just love and miss in Los Angeles.”
“- Lloyd Vogel: What's it like to be famous?
- Fred Rogers: Fame is a four-letter word. What matters is what we do with it.”
“- Fred Rogers: We are trying to give the world positive ways of dealing with their feelings.
- Lloyd Vogel: Yeah, like what?
- Fred Rogers: There are many things you can do. You can play all the lowest keys on a piano at the same time.”
“Someone said this at some point about why we stayed when we knew we were losing. Ten percent was to help the South Vietnamese. Twenty percent was to hold back the Commies. Seventy percent was to avoid the humiliation of an American defeat. Seventy percent of those boys just to avoid being humiliated? That stuck with me.”
“- Daniel Ellsberg: If the public ever saw these papers they would turn against the war. Covert ops, guaranteed debt, rigged elections? It's all in there. Ike, Kennedy, Johnson... they violated the Geneva Convention. They lied to Congress and they lied to the public. They knew we couldn't win and still sent boys to die.
- Ben Bagdikian: What...” (continue)(continue reading)