Rear View Mirror Quotes by Max Beesley, John Irving, Anita Roddick, Jim Steinman, Roger Waters, Stewart Francis and many others.
I can lip read, so I know what other people are saying about me – especially when I clock them in my rear view mirror.
You cannot drive with your eyes in the rear-view mirrorвЂ¦ But dignity is difficult to maintain. Stamina requires constant upkeep. Repetition is boring. And you pay for grace.
Running a company on market research is like driving while looking in the rear view mirror.
If life is just a highway, then the soul is just a car. And objects in the rear view mirror may appear closer than they are.
In my rear view mirror the sun is going down sinking behind bridges in the road and I think of all the good things that we have left undone and I suffer premonitions confirm suspicions of the holocaust to come.
Even though I’m proud by dad invented the rear-view mirror, we’re not as close as we appear.
You do not move ahead by constantly looking in a rear view mirror. The past is a rudder to guide you, not an anchor to drag you. We must learn from the past but not live in the past.
You can drive a car by looking in the rear view mirror as long as nothing is ahead of you. Not enough software professionals are engaged in forward thinking.
Justice is expensive in America. There are no Free Passes… You might want to remember this, the next time you get careless and blow off a few Parking Tickets. They will come back to haunt you the next time you see a Cop car in your rear-view mirror.
Can I tell you how strange it is to look in your rearview mirror and see guys in cars tailing you?
We look at the present through a rear view mirror. We march backwards into the future.
The hood ornament on your car is for telling you where you’re going. The rear-view-mirror is for showing you how good you look while you’re getting there.
I love driving, but sometimes, I’m not too good at it because I spend too much time looking in the rearview mirror if I know I’m being followed. You don’t respond like, ‘Oh, there’s paparazzi.’ It’s more like, ‘There’s a man, and he’s going to attack me.’ That’s how your body responds.
I’m paranoid. On my stationary bike, I have a rear view mirror.
Management by results – like driving a car by looking in rear view mirror.
And so we were asleep there in San Diego. And our pilot called us. And his brother was on one of the other planes. And when he was leaving the airport, he saw in his rear view mirror that there was an explosion.
Is it a bad sign when you see the person you’re dating and get the same feeling as if you just saw police lights in you’re rear view mirror?
[H]istory is seen in a rear-view mirror while the future is the dark, foggy road ahead, filled with unknown trouble.
I know you followed me. Don’t look so surprised. It’s called a rearview mirror.
In the business world, the rearview mirror is always clearer than the windshield.
When I listen to candidates spend all their time attacking Barack Obama, I’m glad they’re not driving this bus because they’d be looking through the rear-view mirror. I look through the windshield at the road ahead.
I have a really small rear-view mirror in my life. I look at the rear-view mirror for memories and learning experiences, but I’ve got a big front windshield and I’m looking at right now. I’ve got so many projects on my plate.
Given the slow pace of Washington’s bureaucracy, policymakers are often busy solving yesterday’s problems. This rearview mirror approach afflicts Mr. Obama and his Democratic allies in Congress.
The best car safety device is a rear-view mirror with a cop in it.
My career means, if you’re a non-Indian writing about Indians, at least there’s one Indian in your rearview mirror.
Your future starts today. DonвЂ™t go through life looking in the rearview mirror. Your life is filled with possibility.
I want to make hand-held music, undiminished by the need to make everybody in the world listen at once. The goal is to ride into the sunset, stereo blasting, and all of what’s got you worried will disappear in the rear view mirror!
The past went that-a-way. When faced with a totally new situation, we tend always to attach ourselves to the objects, to the flavor of the most recent past. We look at the present through a rear view mirror. We march backwards into the future.