“Let’s raise our glass and let the hammer fly, yeah, this is the long good-bye.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“If more of our so-called leaders would walk the same streets as the people who voted them in, live in the same buildings, eat the same food instead of hiding behind glass and steel and bodyguards, maybe we’d get better leadership and a little more concern for the future.”

Bruce Boxleitner

“The break for me was the Medicare drug benefit in 2003. It’s just grossly expensive, bad policy. After that, I no longer gave them the benefit of the doubt and started seeing the glass as half-empty.”

Bruce Bartlett

“You will soon understand that work is a rubber ball. If you drop it, it will bounce back. But the other four balls – family, health, friends and spirit – are made of glass. If you drop these, they will be irrevocably scuffed, marked, nicked, damaged, or even shattered. They will never be the same. You must understand that and strive for it.”

 

Brian Dyson

“Putting on a new pair of glasses or sunglasses is a simple way to completely transform your look – just like a new hairstyle.”

 

Brad Goreski

“The main problem with being president is the constant sense that you are inside a glass bowl for everyone to see, or in a kind of barometric chamber with an artificial atmosphere where you must stay all the time.”

 

Boris Yeltsin

“If we talk about the glass being half empty or half full, I want to know what does the glass look like from underneath the table?”

 

Brad Thor

“Putting on a new pair of glasses or sunglasses is a simple way to completely transform your look – just like a new hairstyle.”

 

Brad Goreski

“I did Noise Music because I genuinely liked noise… But a lot of people didn’t. At my concerts, people smashed beer glasses in my face.”

 

Boyd Rice

“The main problem with being president is the constant sense that you are inside a glass bowl for everyone to see, or in a kind of barometric chamber with an artificial atmosphere where you must stay all the time.”

 

Boris Yeltsin

“The main problem with being president is the constant sense that you are inside a glass bowl for everyone to see, or in a kind of barometric chamber with an artificial atmosphere where you must stay all the time.”

 

Boris Yeltsin

“I used to draw stickmen with star glasses when I was at school. I didn’t realise that would end up being me! The whole idea was that the glasses had mirrors, and if a youngster looked at me, they’d see themselves. Everybody is a star.”

 

Bootsy Collins

“With slide guitar, you’re just hanging this piece of glass on your hand. It’s a really beautiful instrument in that it’s so responsive, you’re just slipping your hand back and forth.”

 

Bonnie Raitt

“More fun than a frog in a glass of milk.”

 

Bob Weir

“What if all tomorrow brings is ashes and glass, and I can’t tell you child, ‘this too shall pass.’ If all the world were windswept, cold and gray. And in the end there’s nothing left to say.”

 

Bob Weir

“I should like to elbow aside the established pieties and raise my martini glass in salute to the mortal arts of pleasure.”

 

Bob Shacochis

“Pessimists, we’re told, look at a glass containing 50% air and 50% water and see it as half empty. Optimists, in contrast, see it as half full. Engineers, of course, understand the glass is twice as big as it needs to be.”

 

Bob Lewis

“In the United States those bits of our history that remain are paved over, sanitized, packaged for easy consumption. At those sites not already lost to commercial development, we walk between velvet ropes, herded by guides, warned not to touch. Our icons are preserved under glass, their magic demystified in glossy brochures.”

 

Biloine W. Young

“I hate those earnest TV documentaries that are the world according to people with glasses who know better than you.”

 

Billy Connolly

“You possess a non-renewable resource, which is headed toward total depletion and that resource is time. You can either invest your life or let it dribble through your fingers like sand in an hour glass. If there is ever a time to redeem every second, every minute it is now. You may never have tomorrow. You can’t count your days, but with the Lord as your Savior you can make your days count.”

 

Billy Graham