“I know how to turn it on [computer]. I know where the disc goes: in that little slot but I can’t always get it out. And I have three genius-level computer savvy kids who save my ass all the time. I’ll tell you what I don’t do. I don’t watch the news on TV anymore. I get my news online. And like all of you, I Google whoever I want.”

 

Bruce Willis

“I watch 2001: A Space Odyssey every time it’s on. I made the kids watch it every time, too, and now they just love watching it. Stanley Kubrick’s great. And Blade Runner is one of my top three science fiction films. A lot of it has come true.”

 

Bruce Willis

“Your kids need your love and attention, and being able to devote myself to them is very fulfilling. As I get older, spending time with my daughters makes things much easier. You learn to put your ego aside.”

 

Bruce Willis

“I think I’m much more afraid of making a mistake in raising my daughters than I would be with any work that I do, as an actor. It’s a much higher scale of fear, raising kids.”

 

Bruce Willis

“Let’s get this out in the open once and for all. Here is how I feel about compression… Compression is for kids!!!!”

 

Bruce Swedien

“The future is unwritten. Cyberspace is the funhouse mirror of our own society, reflects our values and our faults, sometimes in terrifying exaggerations. It doesn’t matter who you are today, if you don’t show up in that mirror you are just not going to matter very much. Our kids have to show up in the mirror.”

 

Bruce Sterling

“You’ve always got to remember, rock and roll’s never been about giving up. For me, for a lot of kids, it was a totally positive force… not optimistic all the time, but positive. It was never–never–a bout surrender.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“Got a wife and kid in Baltimore Jack, I went out for a ride and I never went back. Like a river that don’t know where it’s flowing, I took a wrong turn and I just kept going.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“I’m interested in what it means to be an American. I’m interested in what it means to live in America. I’m interested in the kind of country that we live in and leave our kids. I’m interested in trying to define what that country is.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“All the music I loved as a child, people thought it was junk. People were unaware of the subtext in so many of those records but if you were a kid you were just completely tuned in, even though you didn’t always say – you wouldn’t dare say it was beautiful.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“When I was young I was very shy and that was my personality. I was a pretty sensitive kid and quite neurotic, filled with a lot of anxiety.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“In the early years, I found a voice that was my voice and also partly my father’s voice. But isn’t that what you always do? Why do kids at 5 years old go into the closet and put their daddy’s shoes on? Hey, my kids do it.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“Luc Robitaille is a great kid and good player, but ask anybody on the street and they’d probably think Luc Robitaille is a type of salad dressing.”

 

Bruce McNall

“I think you’re the grumpy Kid in the Hall, I’m the nice Kid in the Hall.”

 

Bruce McCulloch

“The biggest problem with dyslexic kids is not the perceptual problem, it is their perception of themselves. That was my biggest problem.”

 

Bruce Jenner

“It caused more problems as a young kid, because the simple process of perceiving words on a piece of paper was hard for me. Many people think dyslexic people see things backwards. They don’t see things backwards.”

 

Bruce Jenner

“We put so much pressure on kids to excel in school at such a young age.”

 

Bruce Jenner

“I don’t think I’ve ever been as scared in my life as I was to be extraordinarily honest with my kids.”

 

Bruce Jenner

“If you’re asking your kids to exercise, then you better do it, too. Practice what you preach.”

 

Bruce Jenner

“If you are a kid, reading is really important stuff.”

 

Bruce Jenner