Paula Poundstone Quotes

Paula Poundstone Quotes: My mom is one of those really angry moms who gets mad at absolutely everything. Once when I was a little kid, I accidentally knocked a Flintstones glass off the kitchen table. She said, 'Well, dammit, we can't have nice things.'
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Paula Poundstone Quote: I confess that when I first read that smog is particularly hazardous to children, senior citizens, and physically active people, for a brief moment I thought, I'm in the clear for at least ten years.
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Quotes about Paula Poundstone: I have terrible short-term memory loss, which I like to think of as Presidential eligibility.
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Quote about Paula Poundstone: When I sat down to write I just felt like a geek writing about myself. And then it dawned on me, just because of the way I am, I can't stop talking, and part of the problem is that anything that gets said reminds me of something that happened to me one time, and invariably I cut people off and talk about myself.
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Paula Poundstone Sayings: I have short-term memory loss, though I'd like to think of it as Persidential eligibility.
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Paula Poundstone Saying: I was one of the first people to almost actually vomit over hearing the use of the phrase
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Sayings about Paula Poundstone: I have a horrible memory and I used to consider that a liability, but I've learned along the way that talking to people is really a beautiful thing.
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Saying about Paula Poundstone: The position of First Lady has no rules, just precedent, so its evolution has been at a virtual standstill for years. If Martha Washington didn't do it, then no one is sure it should be done.
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Paula Poundstone Quotes: I'm thankful that my memory is good because my vision is going.
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Paula Poundstone Quote: I like to work on New Year's Eve. It has a nice spirit; a nice feel about it. If you are all about the 'year-end' thing at all, then laughing with fellow human beings is a great way to start the new year.
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Quotes about Paula Poundstone: When every high school graduate can spell the word, 'inauguration,' let's put lampshades on our heads and listen to his speeches until Obama's voice gives out.
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Quote about Paula Poundstone: I used to work at The International House of Pancakes. It was a dream, and I made it happen.
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