Repetitive Quotes

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Andy Warhol
“Interviewer: “Andy do you feel that the public has insulted your art?”
Andy Warhol: “Uh no.”
I: “Why not?”
AW: “Uh well I hadn’t thought about it.”
I: “It doesn’t bother you at all then?”
AW: “Uh no.”
I: “Well do you think that they have shown a lack of appreciation for what pop art means?”
AW: “Uh no.”
I: “Andy do you think that pop art has sort of reached the point where it’s becoming repetitious now?”
AW: “Uh yes.”
I: “Do you think it should break away from being pop art?”
AW: “Uh no.”
I: “Are you just going to carry on?”
AW: “Uh yes.”
Andy Warhol

Dick Francis
“Mrs Palis­sey and I tend­ed to have the same con­ver­sa­tions over and over and slight­ly too of­ten.

Dick Francis, Proof

Ottessa Moshfegh
“Life was repetitive, resonated at a low hum.”
Ottessa Moshfegh, My Year of Rest and Relaxation

Iain M. Banks
“A new collection of matter and information to present to the universe and to which it in turn will be presented; different, arguably equal parts of that great ever-repetitive, ever-changing jurisdiction of being.”
Iain M. Banks, Excession

Steven Redhead
“Escape the repetitive whirl wind that life can become through complacency.”
Steven Redhead, Life Is A Cocktail

Iris Murdoch
“You rail on us all for not being saints."

"Yes, yes, yes. And when I stop that railing I shall be dead. It is the only thing I know and I shall cry it out again and again, like a tedious little bird with only one song.”
Iris Murdoch, The Nice and the Good

Steven Magee
“Life becomes involuntary repetitive when you suffer from short term memory loss.”
Steven Magee

“We keep repeating things not because it’s the need of the hour, but because we wish to keep ourselves busy; have nothing better to do or simply don’t want to be a part of the futile attempt. Our brains are locked so much towards the pursuit of thinking that our mediocrity of thoughts block the hearing of novel ideas/initiatives be it of our own or by others.”
Shahenshah Hafeez Khan