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Criss Jami
“Popular culture is a place where pity is called compassion, flattery is called love, propaganda is called knowledge, tension is called peace, gossip is called news, and auto-tune is called singing.”
Criss Jami, Killosophy

George Carlin
“There are women named Faith, Hope, Joy, and Prudence. Why not Despair, Guilt, Rage, and Grief? It seems only right. 'Tom, I'd like you to meet the girl of my dreams, Tragedy.' These days, Trajedi.”
George Carlin, Brain Droppings

Yogi Berra
“Nobody comes here anymore, its too crowded”
Yogi Berra

Clint Eastwood
“There's a rebel lying deep in my soul. Anytime anybody tells me the trend is such and such, I go the opposite direction. I hate the idea of trends. I hate imitation; I have a reverence for individuality.”
Clint Eastwood, Wild Open Spaces: Why We Love Westerns

Karl Lagerfeld
“When people talk about the good old days, I say to people, 'It's not the days that are old, it's you that's old.' I hate the good old days. What is important is that today is good.”
Karl Lagerfeld

Criss Jami
“Any fool can do something cool and look cool, but it takes skill to make something uncool cool again.”
Criss Jami, Killosophy

William Gibson
“There must be some Tommy Hilfiger event horizon, beyond which it is impossible to be more derivative, more removed from the source, more devoid of soul.”
William Gibson, Pattern Recognition

“Twitter provides us with a wonderful platform to discuss/confront societal problems. We trend Justin Bieber instead.”
Lauren Leto

Celia Rivenbark
“Okay, let's see if I got this straight. The butt is the new breast, and the lower back is the new ankle. Now if only we could figure out where the brain has moved.”
Celia Rivenbark, Stop Dressing Your Six-Year-Old Like a Skank: And Other Words of Delicate Southern Wisdom

Bess Streeter Aldrich
“Regardless of the popular literary trend of the times, write the thing which lies close to your heart.”
Bess Streeter Aldrich

Paul  Allen
“Here's what the death knell for the personal computer will sound like: Mainly I use my phone/paid, but I still use my PC to write long e-mails and documents. Most people aren't there yet, but that's where we're headed”
Paul G Allen, Idea Man

Connie Willis
“...It was only ninety-four pages long, and so obviously wretchedly written it was destined to become a huge fad”
Connie Willis, Bellwether

“The fashion industry wants you to fall in love with their clothes, but not to the point that you become monogamous to one style.”
Khang Kijarro Nguyen

“Everyone is trying to be famous and everyone is trying to trend. These people and the ones who are seeking attention on social media .They are more pandemic than corona virus, because they are misleading, hurting and destroying lot of lives while they are at it.”
De philosopher DJ Kyos

Elizabeth Gilbert
“The thing about fashion, my dears, is that you don’t need to follow it, no matter what they say. No fashion trend is compulsory, remember—and if you dress too much in the style of the moment, it makes you look like a nervous person. Paris is all well and good, but we can’t just follow Paris for the sake of Paris, now can we?”
Elizabeth Gilbert, City of Girls

Robert Frost
“For, dear me, why abandon a belief
Merely because it ceases to be true?
Cling to it long enough, and not a doubt
It will turn true again, for so it goes.
Most of the change we think we see in life
Is due to truths being in and out of favor.”
Robert Frost

Randy Lee White
“We trend and tweet
but seldom confess....”
Randy Lee White
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Haruki Murakami
“- Non ti piace il tuo lavoro? - chiese.
Scossi la testa.
- No, non c'è niente da fare, non mi piace. E' un lavoro che non ha senso. Trovo un ristorante dove si mangia bene e scrivo un articolo per farlo conoscere a tutti. Andateci, e scegliete questo e quest'altro. Che bisogno c'è di una cosa del genere? Non sarebbe meglio se ognuno scegliesse liberamente quello che gli piace? Perché ci vuole qualcuno che ti suggerisce perfino dove e cosa mangiare? E poi quando si presenta un ristorante su una rivista, in breve tempo diventa famoso, e inevitabilmente la cucina e il servizio peggiorano. Nove casi su dieci. Perché si altera l'equilibrio tra domanda e offerta. E i responsabili siamo noi. Troviamo qualcosa, e la roviniamo sistematicamente. E' immacolata? Noi la riempiamo di macchie. Ed è questo che la gente chiama informazione. Se poi facciamo la stessa cosa con le persone, frugando nelle loro vite senza lasciare nemmeno il minimo angolo inesplorato, il nostro lavoro è ancora più apprezzato. Io detesto tutte queste cose. E mi trovo a farle di persona.”
Haruki Murakami

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“Although it might state otherwise, I don’t think that the world finds anything compelling that’s always shifting to adjust to wherever the world’s going. I think that what the world finds compelling is something so indisputably enthralling that the world is always shifting to adjust to it. And the only thing that I know that has both the power and the character to be that enthralling is God.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Cindy Ann Peterson
“The advent of social media means we are blasted into mainstream global styles faster than ever before.”
Cindy Ann Peterson, My Style, My Way: Top Experts Reveal How to Create Yours Today

Cindy Ann Peterson
“The current times have their hand in setting and creating trends, as well as establishing the milieu for social events.”
Cindy Ann Peterson, My Style, My Way: Top Experts Reveal How to Create Yours Today

“Good strategy depends on knowing the enemy, on knowing the enemy's nature. In making this general observation, which deceptively resembles a jeremiad, I am not advocating the invasion of Iran or Syria. I am not suggesting that the invasion of Iraq was the right move. I rather think that America is morally and intellectually unprepared for war of any kind, and should avoid engagement if possible until it can put its own house in order. Wars are fought and won within the human heart, often before any fighting begins. That is why today's intellectual and moral trends are so alarming.

Eoin Colfer
“It was probably the stupid glasses. How were you supposed to see anything wearing mirrored sunglasses underground? Any they were so nineties, they weren't even retro yet.”
Eoin Colfer, Artemis Fowl

Jack D. Schwager
“Big market price changes happen when lots of people are forced to reevaluate their prejudices, not necessarily when the world actually changes. — Colm O'Shea”
Jack D. Schwager, Hedge Fund Market Wizards

Carla Laureano
“Pop-up restaurants?"
Ana took the tablet back, practically vibrating with excitement. "Once a month, even once a week. Fixed menu, unusual locations. Heavy emphasis on experience and hospitality."
"I know what they are." They'd been popular in Europe for many years now. Some of them were spectacular productions closer to a circus, like Gingerline in London. Others were immersive experiences in the same place using rotating themes. A few farm-to-table chefs in Colorado already hosted pop-ups at their farms for a select guest list. Tickets were as coveted in the food world as white truffles and twice as hard to acquire.”
Carla Laureano, The Saturday Night Supper Club

“Follow the trends or you'll lose the fun part.”
WaQaS Anjum Awan

Michael Bassey Johnson
“The worst kind of losers are those who silently scavenge for your past mistakes and present them to the public as latest news.”
Michael Bassey Johnson, The Book of Maxims, Poems and Anecdotes

A.D. Aliwat
“The nineties wouldn’t be such a bad place to be stuck.”
A.D. Aliwat, In Limbo

Sukant Ratnakar
“Whatever we do during the day, becomes part of the history tomorrow. History is the record of our actions which can’t be undone and our every action becomes a dot in the trend time, making it possible to predict the future”
Sukant Ratnakar, Open the Windows

“Being you, never goes out of style!”
Somya Kedia

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