Every technological revolution takes about 50 years.
Every technology really needs to be shipped with a special manual -- not how to use it but why, when, and for what.
Every technology that comes into filmmaking is first a gimmick. Think about sound with 'The Jazz Singer' or the first colour or surround sound -- it takes a while for filmmakers to understand how to use it.
Every technology, every science that tells us more about ourselves, is scary at the time.
Every technology, including the printing press, comes at some price.
Every teenage artist out there is mostly talking about boys, and I think there's so much more to being a teenager than just boys.
Every teenager and everybody around the ages from 10 to 18 has to go through finding out who they are.
Every teenager deals in his or her own sexuality and has to face it and figure out how it can coincide with the rest of their lives in a healthy manner. And try to navigate it in our modern society, which is wrought with stigma and taboo and repression, and sort of as a result, these inner monsters that some teenagers really struggle with.
Every teenager feels a wanting, a desire for something more, to be heard, to be seen.
Every teenager feels like a freak. It's part of being a teenager, part of the individuation from child to adult -- those teenage years are who am I? What am I? Where am I going?
Every television program must be a complete package in itself. No previous knowledge is to be required. There must not be even a hint that learning is hierarchical, that it is an edifice constructed on a foundation. The learner must be allowed to enter at any point without prejudice. This is why you shall never hear or see a television program begin with the caution that if the viewer has not seen the previous programs, this one will be meaningless. Television is a nongraded curriculum and excludes no viewer for any reason, at any time. In other words, in doing away with the idea of sequence and continuity in education, television undermines the idea that sequence and continuity have anything to do with thought itself.
Every television show is sentenced to death -- time and date of execution unknown.
Every temptation is an opportunity of our getting nearer to God.
Every temptation that is resisted, every evil thought that is curbed, every desire that is subdued, every bitter word that is withheld, every noble aspiration that is encouraged, every sublime thought that is cultivated, adds to the development of will-force, good character, and attainment of eternal bliss and immortality.
Every ten years a man should give himself a good kick in the pants.
Every ten years there is a new generation of actors.
Every terrorist should know before they hurt a Jew that his family will also be hurt.
Every test of a theory, whether resulting in its corroboration or falsification, must stop at some basic statement or other which we decide to accept. If we do not come to any decision, and do not accept some basic statement or other, then the test will have led nowhere. But considered from a logical point of view, the situation is never such that it compels us to stop at this particular basic statement rather than at that, or else give up the test altogether. For any basic statement can again in its turn be subjected to tests, using as a touchstone any of the basic statements which can be deduced from it with the help of some theory, either the one under test, or another. This procedure has no natural end.
Every test successfully met is rewarded by some growth in intuitive knowledge, strengthening of character, or initiation into a higher consciousness.