Up North Quotes by Johnny Galecki, Diamond Dallas Page, Jeff Foxworthy, Bob Dylan, Rebecca Solnit, Jeffrey Eugenides and many others.
I bought a little hideaway up north, so I’ll ship my motorcycle up there. It’s much less dangerous than West Hollywood.
My mom moved up north to make more money to support the family, and I was left with my dad and I was just bounced around from one family to another.
A lot of people up North, they think everybody from the South is married to their sister and has seen a UFO. I told them, ‘I’m just dating my sister and couldn’t swear that it wasn’t a weather balloon.’
Up north, you could find these radio stations with no name on the dials that played pre-rock ‘n’ roll things – country blues. We would hear Slim Harpo or Lightnin’ Slim and gospel groups, the Dixie Hummingbirds, the Five Blind Boys of Alabama. I was so far north, I didn’t even know where Alabama was.
Growing up north of San Francisco, I immersed myself in the local landscape and in books about Native Americans, cowboys, and pioneers that seemed to ground me in it, but to pursue culture in those days meant being spun around until dizzy and then pushed east.
It was like autumn, looking at her. it was like driving up north to see the colors.
I like the South because it is so much warmer on the sidelines than it is up North.
Up North you are holding your own. Everyone considers themselves a comedian.
Our friends up north spend over five billion dollars on research and development and all they seem to do is copy Google and Apple.
I grew up north of Chicago, not far from where the Schwinn bicycle plant used to be, and was conscious of the fact that these beautiful, everlasting bikes were made just down the road.
I don’t know how it is up North, of course, but down South there are times when Southern women feel a need for privacy.
I want TNA to grow as a company, itвЂ™s better for me as a performer and me as a businessman. But how can they grow if every chance they get they are constantly talking about up north and the WWE?
You know, I understand that a lot of people, especially up north, put fruits and nuts in their stuffing, which is good, but for myself personally, I love an old-timey savory dressing.
Growing up in Georgia, I used to think people up north or out west were so different. They’re really not. They’re just regular people who live in small towns. They grow up and try to raise families and have a job and go to church and play softball. It’s that way everywhere.
Before my grandpa built his own church, we went to the neighboring town, and it was a white community. You know, up north, mostly middle European people and Indians, Chippewa Indians. We were welcome to that church, but once we got in, they didn’t know what to do with us.
Canada’s north is going to change a lot in the new few years. We have every resource imaginable up north.
Going up north with the redwoods and driving along the coast, it’s got everything, man. It’s got the desert, the mountains, and the ocean. It’s beautiful.