We’ve collected the best Swings Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Jason Day, Francis X. Suarez, Deirdre O’Kane, Dante Basco, Mohnish Pabrai. Use them as an inspiration.
I know when I’ve been playing a lot of golf it takes me a while to get back into cricket again. It’s not so much the different shape of the swings, more the fact that you are stationary when you hit a golf ball. In cricket you have to move forward or back, which is an instinctive timing thing.
I was this little blond girl with a guitar case bigger than me – it was pink and sparkly at the time. But I always took myself seriously, and I think that people took that seriously. I would tell them about my goal list, and they listened. I was like, ‘I want to be the one that swings the pendulum.’
‘American Music‘ is an inventive, passionate, pithy novel whose major theme is love itself and whose minor theme, music, is an emotional, meaningful counterpoint. Like Count Basie and His Orchestra, this book swings.
You look at guys with significant Alzheimer‘s and dementia and the mood swings and the suicides that unfortunately NFL players have been faced with. And depression. Lou Gehrig’s disease. These are all things that have kind of been linked to the brain damage from football.
Debates go on to this day about what caused the Great Depression. Economics is not very good at explaining swings in economic activity.
My brain acts bizarrely and I keep having major mood swings.
When you’re going into a game, you’re not expected to hit a home run every game. You’re just doing everything proper with proper swings.
The top golfers in the world are like Formula One cars when it comes to their swings.
History has always been a series of pendulum swings, but the individual doesn’t have to get caught in that.
I have a type of bipolar that swings up and down all day long. There are significant mood swings within a day, within a week, within a month. I go through at least four major episodes a year. That’s really the definition of bipolar rapid cycle. But I have ultra-rapid, so I have tiny little episodes all day long.
I’m a Scorpio. I have different mood swings.
I may not have seen my girlfriend for two or three months, but then we can spend two or three months together solidly. It’s swings and roundabouts.
When a batter swings and I see his knees move, I can tell just what his weaknesses are then I just put the ball where I know he can’t hit it.
I would love to see more swings in areas that we haven’t explored. I can’t necessarily tell you what that is – I think you know it when you see it – but I think we’ve had a lot of the same-themed shows in broadcast, but those shows are still performing.
When a director narrates a character, I find it normal to ask questions about the character’s background, mood swings, eccentricities, behaviour… I do this to make my performance relatable. Directors who don’t know their characters well find it difficult to answer these questions and, hence, find me annoying.
The beautiful thing about ‘The Strain Trilogy‘ is the ability to move from gore to high fable to creeping dread to domestic drama to unbearable suspense to the uncanny and on and on. The epic journey is designed to support these swings in mood, and that complements my tastes, which are wide-ranging.
No one wants to live in a wheelchair unable to talk, only winking once for yes and twice for no. It’s perfectly reasonable that there will come a point where the balance of judgment of life over death swings the other way.