I don't think I should penalize people who were doing their duty.
I don't think I should tell you what to do, nor should the government. As long as you enjoy your own personal liberties and don't infringe on the liberties of others, I don't care.
I don't think I solve problems in my poetry; I think I uncover the problems.
I don't think I sound like Janis Joplin. I'm a woman with a raspy voice.
I don't think I suffer from Trump derangement syndrome in a sense that I can separate the man from the White House.
I don't think I suffered with depression, I don't think I'm a depressed type of person -- I just think I suffered a depression to do with snooker, and I just couldn't handle it. I could go out and play, but take me out of there and I couldn't do life. It was a nightmare, my life just felt like a bit of a nightmare.
I don't think I talk to anybody the same way I talk to Moby.
I don't think I tell stories of tragedy. I think I tell stories of love. Even though you're full of tears, I hope that you leave the theatre with your heart feeling like it's going to explode out of your chest. And yes, you've been through the tragedy, but it's ultimately hope that I think you're left with.
I don't think I thought I was going to go into music, and I don't think it hit me until I was 13 or 14, and then I was gone. Just like that. At that point, there was nothing else that could keep my attention.
I don't think I threw myself into music because I had the best intentions; it was because I was really angry.
I don't think I understand the concept of regret. Because if I regret anything, that would mean, like, I hate myself.
I don't think I understood guitar rock as well as I probably should have. I don't think I understood bands like Led Zeppelin. In their era, everyone had such a regard for them because of them ushering in rock n' roll and this larger-than-life lifestyle. But then they had these songs that would just not stop. I didn't fully get it.
I don't think I understood the full extent of the trauma experienced by people who churn through America's prisons until I began taking the time to listen to their stories.
I don't think I voted in 2000.
I don't think I want to play a teenager anymore.
I don't think I want to play title roles. I don't want to be the face on the poster. I don't want that pressure of having the success riding on my shoulders. I just want to play the most interesting parts. I actually think it's incredibly rare to get an interesting female character that is the lead in a film. Usually the character parts are so much more interesting to play.
I don't think I want to transition into being a recording artist for the rest of my life or anything like that, but it's something I'd like to try.
I don't think I was a catalyst for the women's movement.
I don't think I was a fine game coach. I'm trying to be honest. I think I was a good practice coach.