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Being divorced is like being hit by a Mack truck. If you live through it, you start looking very carefully to the right and to the left.
The Beliebers have done some pretty crazy stuff. Last week, the night before I was due to do a show in Germany, four girls went into a dumpster so they could sneak into the building. They climbed in and hid. When the guys working on the truck started getting the garbage they found them straight away. It was crazy.
You might be a redneck if... the blue book value of your truck goes up and down depending on how much gas it has in it.
The propensity to truck, barter and exchange one thing for another is common to all men, and to be found in no other race of animals.
Women are like cars: we all want a Ferrari, sometimes want a pickup truck, and end up with a station wagon.
You may be a redneck if... you have spent more on your pickup truck than on your education.
If he's got golf clubs in his truck or a camper in his driveway, I don't hire him.
Always remember the last words of my grandfather, who said: 'A truck!'
There is more credit and satisfaction in being a first-rate truck driver than a tenth-rate executive.
B. C. Forbes
Buck up or stay in the truck.
I often conduct interviews in my truck.
It was the early 1970s and I was recently divorced. I had three kids and was totally broke. I managed to find work back east on the straw-hat circuit - summer stock - but couldn't afford hotels, so I lived out of the back of my truck, under a hard shell.
I'm very proud of being Italian-American, but people don't realize that the mafia is just this aberration. The real community is built on the working man, the guy who's the cop, the fireman, the truck driver, the bus driver.
When I got outta High School I was driving a truck. I was just a poor boy from Memphis, Memphis.
I don't think I'm bad for people. If I did think I was bad for people, I would go back to driving a truck, and I really mean this.
Was I always going to be here? No I was not. I was going to be homeless at one time, a taxi driver, truck driver, or any kind of job that would get me a crust of bread. You never know what's going to happen.
When I think about the songs I might record, I ask myself, 'Can I picture anybody I know back home sitting in their truck cranking this up?'
Studios are passe for me. I'd rather play in a garage, in a truck, or a rehearsal hall, a club, or a basement.
I love to deer hunt and fish and drive down the back roads in my truck. All those things basically equal freedom to me - and not having to return that message or call from my record company or management. At some point, I need to recharge.
My dad was the district attorney of New Orleans for about 30 years. And when he opened his campaign headquarters back in the early '70s, when I was 5 years old, my mother wanted me to play the national anthem. And they got an upright piano on the back of a flatbed truck and I played it.
Harry Connick, Jr.
I have horses, I drive a truck, and I wear cowboy boots. First I'm a Texan.
Sleepin' in the truck wasn't so bad. Shoot, I kind of liked that, myself.
People see you onstage and the glamorous side, but they don't see you traveling 600 miles a night, eating truck stop food and spending by yourself staring at walls.
All the information you could want is constantly streaming at you like a runaway truck - books, newspaper stories, Web sites, apps, how-to videos, this article you're reading, even entire magazines devoted to single subjects like charcuterie or wedding cakes or pickles.
You know how you wake up in the morning and sometimes you look gorgeous and other times you look like you got hit by a mack truck? I realized that my mack truck is food. If I have no sugar, yeast or wine, I have no undereye bags and my skin is perfect.
I had a Ford F-250. It was a big ol' farm truck, but it wasn't a rig. That's about the biggest I've ever driven. That's what I drove back and forth to high school. I was a poor guy, and it was a truck that my uncle owned and let me drive because I had no money.
My advice is: if you've got to be miserable to write great music, then drive a truck.
When I was a kid, my step dad started this business and would go out and get lost cows and stuff. He was part-time truck driver, farmer and cowboy. He taught me how to ride from an early age.
In other words, I have no truck for anyone who goes out and does an eclectic building.
Tires were so bald on the truck that the air was showin' through, and I had to drive fifty miles an hour all the way out there, because the vibration was so bad.
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