“Organized religions in general, in my opinion, are dying forms. They were all very important when we didn’t know why the sun moved, why weather changed, why hurricanes occurred, or volcanoes happened. Modern religion is the end trail of modern mythology. But there are people who interpret the Bible literally. Literally! I choose not to believe that’s the way. And that’s what makes America cool, you know?”

 

Bruce Willis

“Go-kart Mozart was checking out the weather chart to see if it was safe outside.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“I would say just the weather in Vancouver in the winter can be kind of unforgiving.”

Brandon Jay McLaren

“Scarves, mittens, and hats are a great way to express your personality in the cold weather”

 

Brad Goreski

“We are willing to weather the storm of multiple failures to achieve a goal. We’re so convinced in the destination that we are able to let go of the reins and give it to God.”

 

Boris Kodjoe

“Scarves, mittens, and hats are a great way to express your personality in the cold weather”

 

Brad Goreski

“A charging black rhinoceros is nothing to mess with. When it is headed straight toward you, it is the ultimate exercise in sphincter control. In my case, it was a strange bit of weather that caused one to charge me.”

 

Boyd Norton

“We are willing to weather the storm of multiple failures to achieve a goal. We’re so convinced in the destination that we are able to let go of the reins and give it to God.”

 

Boris Kodjoe

“We are willing to weather the storm of multiple failures to achieve a goal. We’re so convinced in the destination that we are able to let go of the reins and give it to God.”

 

Boris Kodjoe

“In England when you make a movie even the weather is against you. In Hollywood the weatherman gets a shooting schedule from all the major studios and then figures out where he can fit in a little rain without upsetting Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer too much.”

 

Bob Hope

“The weather and my mood have little connection. I have my foggy and my fine days within me; my prosperity or misfortune has little to do with the matter.”

 

Blaise Pascal

“The weather and my mood have little connection. I have my foggy and my fine days within me; my prosperity or misfortune has little to do with the matter.”

 

Blaise Pascal

“You know growing up in Sweden meant we had a lot of rain when we played tennis. We were taught on clay courts but because of the weather, we had to go indoors a lot.”

 

Bjorn Borg

“The religion in Scotland is one of the most patronising things… after the weather.”

 

Billy Connolly

“I have never been quite sure who controls the weather. Although we always prayed for clear skies, I have had to preach in all kinds of storms.”

 

Billy Graham

“On the eve of the election last month my wife Judith and I were driving home late in the afternoon and turned on the radio for the traffic and weather. What we instantly got was a freak show of political pornography: lies, distortions, and half-truths – half-truths being perhaps the blackest of all lies. They paraded before us as informed opinion.”

 

Bill Moyers

“A house should look after itself – as the weather heats up the house cools down, as the weather cools down the house heats up. It’s simple stuff, you know? We’ve known how to do it for a long time.”

 

Bill Mollison

“everyone knows, at some level, that the sharp line between “good weather” and “bad weather” is a fiction, that we need rain as surely as we need sun.”

 

Bill McKibben

“I know climate change is a hoax – of course – but places that have never seen this type of winter weather got hit by it. More than a half a million southerners have been left in the dark — and then the storm hit.”

 

Bill Maher