Living In A Small Town Quotes by Paul Stanley, Larry the Cable Guy, Doris Lessing, Penn Jillette, Truman Capote, Immanuel Kant and many others.
You’re at your best when you don’t know what you’re doing.
Living in a small town you couldn’t go anywhere on a Saturday where a store had the game on. If you were downtown you heard the game. If you were at the gas station you heard the game. I remember I would be mowing the lawn and I would stop for the Nebraska game. I would have it cranking outside.
The art of living in a small town is one of the most difficult to acquire.
From 1985 to 1994, I lived in Manhattan in a big old loft right off Times Square. I could walk to work, which was in a couple of Broadway theaters, to Howard Stern’s studio, and to 30 Rock for ‘Letterman’ and ‘SNL.’ Even in New York, walking to work is homey and folksy, like living in a small town.
Fame is only good for one thing – they will cash your check in a small town.
Living in a small town anywhere means preserving one’s self behind a mask.
The nice thing about living in a small town is that when you don’t know what you’re doing, someone else does.
The bad thing about living in a small town was that everything became a personal issue. The good thing about living in a small town was that everything became a personal issue. During times of trouble, the support system was massive.
Pressure is something you feel when you do not know what you are doing.