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“You can't betray yourself too often, or you become somebody else.”
“The best advice I've ever got is to be yourself. Stay true to who you are and what you stand for and you'll go far in life.”
“Consistency is not really a human trait.”
“He may have been a difficult man, but he had a peculiar sense of what was right — and he stuck by it.”
“A great lady. It’s quite an achievement to spend that long in Hollywood and not become a Hollywood product.”
“Anyone that has a job that takes them away from home, I think, can understand the difficulties in maintaining consistency, not only with your family and those you love but with your friends.”
“- Ambassador Bennington: Must you always be so methodical?
- James Reece: Well that's what you pay me for, sir.”
“I was single-minded on what I wanted to do since I was like nine or ten.”
“Say what you mean, mean what you say. You know that if everybody followed that rule, there'd be a lot less trouble?”
“Just because you've done something doesn't mean you have to keep doing it.”
“- Lowell Bergman: Did you ever get out a plane, walk into a room and find that a source for a story changed his mind? Lost his heart? Walked out on us? Not one fucking time. You want to know why?
- Mike Wallace: I see a rhetorical question on the horizon.
- Lowell Bergman: I'm gonna tell you why: because when I tell someone I'm gonna do...” (continue)(continue reading)
“- Benjamin Oliver: Wayne! Listen, we need to have a talk about Vanderhoff. The fact he's the sponsor and you signed a contract guaranteeing him certain concessions, one of them being a spot on the show.
- Wayne Campbell: [holding a Pizza Hut box] Well that's where I see things just a little differently. Contract or no, I will not bow to any...” (continue)(continue reading)
“I can't understand your politics, but I appreciate your integrity.”
“A man of worth never gets up to unsay what he said yesterday... Remember that.”
“- Mike Wallace: Who are these people?
- Lowell Bergman: Ordinary people under extraordinary pressure, Mike. What the hell do you expect? Grace and consistency?”