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I think, as an industry, we should be supportive of a broad subscription model and not do anything to jeopardize the potential health of the music business – because we’re not out of the woods yet.
I love ‘Into The Woods.’ I auditioned for a couple of productions since being in it at school but haven‘t been successful.
Zach Woods loves to go jet-skiing. That’s a real thing in his real life. He’s obsessed with it.
I know I was a great friend to Tiger Woods. But when you have a relationship that’s involves business and friendship – and the business part comes to an end – things always get a little blurry.
I almost never hit a shot all out, and I make a conscious effort to swing my long clubs just as I do my wedges. Keep this in mind when hitting your fairway woods.
Tiger Woods is someone I’d like to ask questions of. I’m fascinated to know about his life – everything he goes through, is he happy being Tiger Woods?
It’s important for us as a family to go and sit in the woods sometimes.
I don’t have contempt for Tiger Woods.
I’m from Minnesota. I like to be barefoot, running through the woods.
It’s flattering to be compared in any way to Tiger Woods, because he’s the best player in the world.
I grew up with the smell of the lake and the feeling of the woods.
I like to be out and about in the woods, in the quiet absorbing our amazing open spaces.
It’s not my fault if the media and the public are more interested in Tiger Woods than in women farm workers.
I grew up in New England, and the woods behind my house seemed haunted by New England’s past.
Ray Bradbury’s connections to fantasy, space, cinema, to the macabre and the melancholy, were all born of his years spent running, jumping, galloping through the woods, across the fields, and down the brick-paved streets of Waukegan.
After taking a retreat into the woods of the Russian River Valley to write, reflect, and commune with nature and one another, ‘Amethyst Journey‘ was born. The album is a collection of songs that are a combination of our outlook and inspirations – a response to current issues and the state of our planet.
I want to literally quit drag and go live in the woods somewhere and write music for my favorite female singers, like Miley Cyrus or Kacey Musgraves. I would love to be able to write music for them and hear these women I admire sing my songs. That would be like doing drag without having to get into drag myself.
My grandfather, Jesse Bowman, was of Abenaki Indian descent. He could barely read and write, but I remember him as one of the kindest people I ever knew. I followed him everywhere. He showed me how to walk quietly in the woods and how to fish.
I was born technically in D.C., and then my family moved to the Columbia area when I was in elementary school. It was right on the line between Clarksville and Columbia in Howard County. I remember it being just like a peaceful, safe atmosphere. I always felt connected to the woods and that whole suburban feel.
Even if you finish the year at No. 1 in the world, and Tiger Woods has done this, you can still probably get better.
If you got the game, you got the game. That’s why Tiger Woods is out there playing golf with Greg Norman.
The smartest thing I ever did as a writer was hire a retired conservation agent to blaze a hiking trail for me. It’s nothing fancy – just a narrow path that meanders for a little over a mile through the woods near my home. But that trail through the trees has become my therapist, my personal trainer, and my best editor.
In all likelihood, the only thing extraordinary about Tiger Woods was his golf: he had extraordinary coordination and extraordinary discipline – on the course, at any rate. That discipline was the source of his power.
Do women golfers say they could go out and beat Tiger Woods?
In Hollywood the woods are full of people that learned to write but evidently can’t read. If they could read their stuff, they’d stop writing.
The happiest days of my youth were when my brother and I would run through the woods and feel quite safe.
When I worked in Los Angeles covering hard news, very often when something important would happen I’d be off in the woods covering something unimportant, which was more interesting to me.
I realized horses have personality when I bought one and I had one, who’s now out to pasture, a horse named Drifter. Before that, I was a city boy. Horses, I used to go out to the LaBagh Woods and ride at a stable once every two years or something; no idea about horses. Dogs, I knew, had personalities, but not horses.
I’ve been a storyteller all my life. When I was in high school, I used to amuse myself by driving through the woods at night and see how long it would be before I scared the pants off my friends – and if I could do it before I scared myself.
Those early years in New Jersey were amazing. We lived in a really small town with tons of kids my age. There were fields and woods and a creek – it was a pretty ideal place to be a little kid.
I grew up in New Hampshire. My closest neighbor was a mile away. The deer and the raccoons were my friends. So I would spend time walking through the woods, looking for the most beautiful tropical thing that can survive the winter in the woods in New Hampshire.
I realize Tiger Woods is Tiger Woods; he’s intimidating.
I’m not really much of a video game player; my son would be the expert in that department. The only game I would really play is golf, the Tiger Woods video game.
Do you know what I love about hunting? That I am no one in the woods, no one at all. I thought the animals might recognize me, but they didn’t. They did not even ask me for any autographs.
Nobody else is Tiger Woods. Not on this planet.
Living in the woods is part of my origins, it’s like when I was a kid.
Mathematical discoveries, like springtime violets in the woods, have their season which no man can hasten or retard.
I spent four years in the United States Army between 1985 and 1989, and I certainly learned how to survive out in the woods.
Along 4 Mile Run, there was a nice woods down in front of the house. I used to run around there.
As a modern-day role model, I’d have to go for Tiger Woods. I’m also a massive Sachin Tendulkar fan.
How can I intimidate Tiger Woods? I mean, the guy’s got 75 or whatever PGA Tour wins, 14 majors. He’s been the biggest thing ever in our sport. How could some little 23-year-old from Northern Ireland with a few wins come up and intimidate him.
I have my mountain man moments like hiking in the woods.
To my mind, ‘Dear Brutus’ stands halfway between Shakespeare‘s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ and Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s ‘Into the Woods’. Like them, it is a play about enchantment and disillusion, dreams and reality.
One of the big problems we had was, ‘Where are we going to put the trailer?’ So now they’ve found places – they did ‘A Walk in the Woods,’ they put it with that movie ‘War Room,’ they put it with ‘Ricki and the Flash.’
Living here where I live, on a farm way out in the countryside, in the woods, in fact, I have plenty of time to be alone, and I like it. I always have. I like my own company. And I am not the only one who feels this way; a high percentage of the Norwegian population feel as I do.
There have been as many varieties of socialists as there are wild birds that fly in the woods and sometimes go up and on through the clouds.
We used to go in the woods by ourselves, and you can’t help noticing the world then, especially animals. People used to know a lot about the natural world, especially in the country.
If you put Willem Dafoe, Liam Neeson and James Woods in a room together, there wouldn’t be room for anyone else.
Over the course of history, the people who are not scared go into the woods and are mauled by a bear, are not going to survive.
My parents managed a summer camp, and it was vacant for about seven or eight months out of the year. It was in the middle of nowhere in the woods. We backed up to a state forest. So absolutely, there were creepy woods all around the house. It was easy to get lost. It was really spooky.
I grew up playing in the woods.
I love living in California and being able to go to the beach or go to the woods.
In some mysterious way woods have never seemed to me to be static things. In physical terms, I move through them; yet in metaphysical ones, they seem to move through me.
I’m strong. I’m outspoken. I feel like I’m equal to men. I can walk in the woods just as much and as far as a man can. Yet I’m still female. I’m very female.
I loved to go hunting out in the woods and hiking, and that’s just not easy anymore. For me, to walk up and down hills in the rough terrain, it just doesn’t work very well. It can, but it’s three times as hard as it used to be.
Rationalism and Newtonian science has lured us into dark woods, but a new metaphysics can rescue us.
I have always believed in magic. I used to run into the woods as a little kid looking for witches. But I’m not superstitious, because I m not afraid of it. I see it as something really beautiful, and I wouldn’t want to live in a world without magic.
The thing they don’t tell you about a Tough Mudder is that, for all the adrenaline pumping and barbed-wire-bicep-tattoo sporting, a lot of the day is fairly idyllic and contemplative. I hadn’t spent so much time jogging through the woods in years – or ever.
The sport is not about one player, and I say that with a world of respect for his talents on the golf course. But the game is bigger than Tiger Woods.
With Tiger Woods, you know everyone is watching. But I think interest in women’s golf is getting better too.
I grew up in Michigan. I feel like a lot of my childhood was in solitude, in the woods or making tree forts.
A lot of the drive to make narratives came from having to play by myself as a 5- or 6-year-old in the woods.
I like to watch the best in every sport, so definitely like Tom Brady or Tiger Woods, his comeback story, or even Usain Bolt. I look up to those guys just because they’re great.
In high school, I went to a place called the Mountain School. It’s on a farm in Vermont, and I read Emerson and Thoreau and ran around the woods. Now I go hiking with a bunch of my comedy buddies. We talk about our emotions. I also do a lot of writing on hikes, just to get the blood flowing and the ideas moving.
I spent a lot of time growing up in Oregon after I left California. Spent a lot of time in the woods.
I got to live through the Tiger Woods era and who knows who’s still to come.
There’s nothing anyone can do about Tiger Woods but look at his game and swoon.
The greatest delight which the fields and woods minister is the suggestion of an occult relation.
We’ve seen the worst that human beings are capable of. We’ve seen what happens when leaders abandon common decency in favor of rage and hate. Through the lens of history, the Holocaust happened yesterday, the civil rights movement was this morning, so we are not as out of the woods as we might have thought.
There are few words in Russian for the Western concept of ‘law,’ but there are legions of words for connections, helping people from one’s neck of the woods.
When you say ‘fear of the unknown‘, that is the definition of fear; fear is the unknown, fear is what you do not know, and it’s genetically within us so that we feel safe. We feel scared of the woods because we’re not familiar with it, and that keeps you safe.
I think I’ve gotten more attention after the Olympics than any other U.S. athlete, and it’s really great that people are recognizing who I am and what I do. You look at Shaq and you see a basketball player. You look at Tiger Woods and you see a golfer. But people are responding to who I am.
I like the city. I like the concrete. I like big business. I like being a CEO of my own company and having a lot of responsibilities. At the same time, when I can go off with a backpack or off on a surfboard or even off on a run somewhere in the woods – that’s where I’m really happy.
Beaumont-Hamel sits within a thousand acres of French agriculture. The trenches are under this blanket of grass. In the 1920s, a park was established here and trees from Newfoundland imported to encircle the battlefield so you get the feeling of being within a copse of woods.
Well it’s not easy being Tiger Woods on the course. It’s not easy being Tiger Woods off the course. In his defense, it’s not easy being Tiger Woods.
I was born in 1940 in Minnesota and grew up in the country… dirt roads, swamps, lakes, woods.
Creating stuff is hard. But, if that terrifies you, you will just be numb, and you better just stay at home and watch TV and do something else. Move into the woods and live with the trees.
My father was a really sharp cartoonist and filmmaker. He used to tape-record the family surreptitiously, either while we were driving around or at dinner, and in 1963 he and I made up a story about a brother and a sister, Lisa and Matt, having an adventure out in the woods with animals.
Our kids are actually doing what we told them to do when they sit in front of that TV all day or in front of that computer game all day. The society is telling kids unconsciously that nature’s in the past. It really doesn’t count anymore, that the future is in electronics, and besides, the bogeyman is in the woods.
I have no fancy living at all. Well, I have a house in Sun Valley. Five acres in the woods. I guess that’s fancy.
For me, I think the best part of all and the most fun was just being a part of such an amazing movie and such an amazing show because ‘Into The Woods’ is just so incredible.
Who has connections to Connecticut? That’s where rich people go to live the rest of their life in the woods.
A long time ago, when all the grandfathers and grandmothers of today were little boys and little girls or very small babies, or perhaps not even born, Pa and Ma and Mary and Laura and Baby Carrie left their little house in the Big Woods of Wisconsin.
Does anyone actually think I’m going to call Tiger Woods and tell him what to do with his swing one day, and he’s going to go out and do it, simple as that? It doesn’t work like that.
Tiger Woods and Roger Federer: those two are born winners.
I love the woods even more than the ocean.
With its distinctly rural feel, the New York band Woods makes an ideal soundtrack for balmy walks amidst mammoth trees and crunchy beds of dead leaves.
When I was a kid, my mom used to run the vacuum cleaner, and the noise would bother me so much that I would run into the woods to calm down. I feel like that vacuum cleaner has been on since I moved to New York City.
I was at stage school in Birmingham Rep when I was called down to London for an audition in the National Theatre. Maximilian Schell, the film actor, was casting Tales from the Vienna Woods. He was looking at me for a small, but significant, role.
These people that worked with my dad doing landscaping were in a grunge band so the music on the cover of Rolling Stone was in a very real way connected to people practicing in the woods near my house while I was home doing my homework.
We were so far back in the woods, they almost had to pipe in sunlight.
Sometimes I wonder if I’m just memorializing my youth when I spent all this time outdoors. I always envisioned my adult life like I’m going to run every day and live in the woods in a cabin if I can – and here I am living in San Francisco and working in a studio.
I am always slightly mystified by the whole ‘Snow White‘ story. What are the chances of coming across that many diminutive men living in one house in the woods?
There are three sportsmen: Tiger Woods, Roger Federer, and Lionel Messi. They perform with excellence, like most of us could never dream of.
I practically lived in the woods when I was a kid, avoiding grown-ups and my dysfunctional family, pretending I was half-wolf, a feral child who napped in nests made out of ferns, ate wild blueberries, and wove sticks and feathers into her hair.
Nothing is more beautiful than the loveliness of the woods before sunrise.
I have always felt that the best gardens aspired to coppice and that the best woods have all the elements of the very best gardens.
It’s fair to say when you go out and walk in the woods or on a beach, the most conspicuous forms of life you will see are plants and animals, and certainly there’s a huge diversity of those types of organisms, perhaps 10 million animal species and several hundred thousand plant species.
I mean, horror films in general put humans in these awful supernatural or horrible situations, but ‘Cabin In The Woods’ cranks it up a few notches and becomes outrageous and totally bizarre.
My dad was a great athlete. He started golf at a late age. He started me off real young and all of a sudden both of us got to where we were pretty good players. I was this 12-year-old thinking he was going to be the next Tiger Woods and all of a sudden, before you know it, I’m playing in the State Amateur.
We weren’t playing much Dungeons and Dragons, we were mostly playing Magic the Gathering, but very similar. And we would go out in the woods and you felt like you were on these adventures.
As any old Taoist walking out of the woods can tell you, simple-minded does not necessarily mean stupid.
I’d go into the woods to look for the witches, the mythical beings.
If you’re going to call a book ‘The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History,’ readers will expect some serious carrying on about race, and Thomas Woods Jr. does not disappoint.
Added to the rooster of courses, ‘Tiger Woods 10’ adds in seven new courses from the pristine Bethpage Black, home of this year’s U.S. Open, to the legendary Pinehurst. The Wii Weather Channel will even adjust the forecast to match the fairway because sometimes even the pros have to play in the rain.
The best days I have are usually days where I’m out in the woods and something happens, like I see an amazing animal like a fox, or I get a glimpse of a wild pig or something that I never see. Or crazy things happen.