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Sam Cooke

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Oh my baby's coming home tomorrow
Ain't that good news, man, ain't that news?
Baby's coming home tomorrow
Ain't that news, man, ain't that news?
(Ain't That) Good News

Sam Cooke

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I'm confused about who the news belongs to. I always have it in my head that if your name's in the news, then the news should be paying you. Because it's your news and they're taking it and selling it as their product. But then they always say that they're helping you, and that's true too, but still, if people didn't give the news their news, and if everybody kept their news to themselves, the news wouldn't have any news. So I guess you should pay each other. But I haven't figured it out fully yet.

Andy Warhol

Expressing an opinion about the news does not negate oneĎs status as a news reporter or as a correspondent or as a news anchor. The expression of opinion about the news is not the difference between FOX and the rest of the news media. The difference between FOX and news is that FOX is now actively organizing and promoting a protest movement against the U.S. government.

Rachel Maddow

I grew up as a TV baby, with my TV babysitter, up until I was about 10. Then my mother just ripped the thing out of the wall and put it in a closet, and we didn't watch it. I have that sort of ability to become addicted to it. And I'm just so fascinated by it once I turn it on, I'm not even that aware what's there. I'm just watching it. So I don't ever turn it on. I get my news from the newspaper. I don't want to watch the Hollywood news product on TV... There's no other piece of furniture in my home I'd stare at for three hours at a time, so I try not to do it to the TV.

Natalie Merchant

There's good news and bad news about 2 Fast 2 Furious, the moronic follow-up to The Fast and the Furious and a contender for the worst movie of 2003. The good news is that it's better, albeit marginally, than Freddy Got Fingered. The bad news is that it's 15 minutes longer.

James Berardinelli

Most of my news, I get from the radio news stations. One of the stations' advertising lines is "Give us 22 minutes, weíll give you the world." In 22 minutes, they just have time for the headlines, so they can only really tell you what happened ó which, by the way, is the news. They tell you how many people were killed in Iraq today, but they donít then bring on some Republican senator to explain to you how thatís good. Or, on the contrary, they donít bring in a bunch of Democrats to tell you why itís bad. They just tell you what happened. Thatís the news. I am capable of analyzing my own news. What makes these people qualified to analyze my news for me? No matter what side theyíre on, I never agree with them.

Fran Lebowitz
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