Top 30 Fodder Quotes

We have collected the best Fodder Quotes by famous authors including Ezekiel Emanuel, Philip Roth, Matt Lauer, Scott Adams, Cory Monteith and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.

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The assumption should be that we will not appear in print or the blogosphere. Having dinner should not be fodder for Facebook. And this is just as true for ‘public personalities’ as it is for the average person. After all, even people in the public eye have a right to a private life.

Ezekiel Emanuel
With the draft, everybody was involved. Everybody was fodder. When you got to be 21, 22 and graduated from college, for two years your life stopped. If you had been running in the direction of your life, you had to stop and do this other thing which was, if not menacing, just plain boring.

Philip Roth
I don’t think I’m all that interesting. I mean, I’m a guy who does a morning show and goes to bed at 9:00 every night. I mean, I don’t have a lot in my life that’s really fascinated or fodder for tabloids.

Matt Lauer
My failed corporate career became the fodder for the ‘Dilbert’ comic. Once it became clear I would not be climbing any higher on the corporate ladder, it freed me to mock managers without worrying that it would stall my career. Most failures create some sort of unplanned freedom. I took full advantage of mine.

Scott Adams
I like the idea of dating, but I’m not dating anyone exclusively, particularly right now. It’s hard to be in a relationship unless you’re ready to go public with it. So it’s a lot easier for me to not be in a relationship. I really don’t want that part of my life to be tabloid fodder.

Cory Monteith
Coal mines make the news only when they explode, collapse, kill. It’s exciting! Tragedy! Fodder for a cable-news frenzy.

Jeanne Marie Laskas
Hypocrisy is great fodder for comedy.

Mo Rocca
We’ve all seen the media endlessly focus on the personal lives of celebrities. Most of it is gossip and tabloid fodder.

Alana Stewart
Chance, choice, and consequence are fundamental parts of existence and perfect fodder for a horror story – or any story, for that matter, that asks, ‘How do you live through this? How does anyone live through this?’

Paul G. Tremblay
Of course there is still unexplored terrestrial territory, but most of it is waterlogged. Submersed secret places, such as the Challenger Deep, which today lure hi-tech adventurers like Richard Branson and James Cameron, will undoubtedly provide welcome fodder for ‘National Geographic.’

Seth Shostak
The common stereotype of the Middle Eastern, Muslim-born terrorist is not just lazy and inaccurate but easy fodder for the anti-immigrant, anti-Islam far right.

Mehdi Hasan
We shouldn’t get lost in the bombastic tweets of Trump. He provides such great fodder every day. You don’t want to lose sight of the other stuff that’s going on that’s even more important.

Hasan Minhaj
The worse things are on the world stage, the more fodder there will always be for comedians. But at the end of the day, I trust in my abilities to make comedy and create art, with or without Donald Trump.

Randy Rainbow
Whatever is going on in the news and whoever is in the spotlight is up for grabs and fodder for satire.

Randy Rainbow
I don’t read the magazines that make things up about people. I know what the truth is. I don’t sort of indulge in my own fodder. I don’t really care what they write about me.

Ashton Kutcher
I’m not doing Pulitzer Prize work where I’m unearthing major negative stories about the UFC or some big controversies. It’s just kind of day-to-day fodder.

Ariel Helwani
When somebody takes themselves seriously that’s fodder for comedy. I think every musician goes through certain periods of their career where they’re all guilty of that – Spandau Ballet included.

Martin Kemp
You want to live your life and live it just as fully and as deeply as you can. That’s your deep well of reserve. That’s where you get all your – the fodder for your work.

Sissy Spacek
I’m not the voice of reason; I’m more the guy using these offensive topics as fodder to raise tension in a joke.

Anthony Jeselnik
I grew up on the rough side of the tracks. If you looked like you were soft, you would be fodder for the wolves. I came up in my neighbourhood like, ‘I’m just gonna be me,’ and all the thugs just said, ‘It’s OK, he’s special.’ They knew I had the talent with the rhymes, so they kept me around.

Whales are killed today to supply the limited demand for whale meat or to be used in pet foods or as fodder for fur-bearing animals used in the fur trade.

Paul Watson
One of the ways I think I gain fodder for characters is by watching people.

Edie Falco
There are ways of avoiding becoming tabloid fodder and therefore giving people license to pry into your private life. And there’s a distinction between being an actor and being a celebrity. You may become a celebrity through acting, but you don’t need to do so.

Damian Lewis
Anything that is profoundly energy-shifting – like having a child – is fodder for creative thought. So for me, I welcome it and look straight into it as something to learn from.

Lake Bell
I watched a lot of American TV, all those repeats of ‘Star Trek,’ ‘Fantasy Island,’ ‘M*A*S*H,’ ‘Lost in Space.’ All that stuff was the fodder of my childhood.

Toby Stephens
We thought ‘Father Ted’ was destined to be obscure late-night Channel 4 fodder and then it works and you don’t really know why.

Ardal O’Hanlon
Young directors are a delight to work with. With no preconceived notions, they provide enough creative fodder for actors.

Delhi Ganesh
‘American Playhouse’ is very supportive of writers. That’s really why writers like to write for ‘American Playhouse’ for very little money. They care about making your play, your script, not some network production. We’re treated like playwrights, not like fodder for some machine.

Terrence McNally
Books have literally powered most of my life. Whether as a stress relief when doing hard things or as vacation fodder, they are a constant and important part of my life.

Harper Reed
Christians have always been fodder for comedians who have tended to portray them as anoraks – slightly clammy, beatifically smiley dullards with barely a personality between them.

Jo Brand