Twenty-Two Quotes

Twenty-Two Quotes by Marjorie Liu, Horton Foote, Marc Koska, Jennifer Damiano, Too Short, William Adams and many others.

I don’t write fight scenes in comics all that well. I think they’re a waste of space unless they can move a story forward in some compelling fashion. You’ve only got twenty-two pages to work with. Why throw that away on a set of meaningless punches?
My mother, twenty-two, was Harriet Gautier Brooks, named for her paternal grandmother, but always called Hallie. My father, twenty-six, was Albert Horton Foote, named for his father and great-grandfather, and I was named Albert Horton Foote, Jr.
Twenty-two million cases of hepatitis B are spread every year because of the reuse of syringes. The WHO says one in two injections given is unsafe.
Twenty-two is just such a random age. It’s a little blah.
Twenty-two’s my lucky number.
So that between the Cape of St. Maria and Japan we were four months and twenty-two days; at which time there were no more than six besides myself that could stand upon his feet.
From that time through the time I was a New Dramatist, when I was something like twenty-two, I saw absolutely everything in New York. Absolutely everything.
I graduated college valedictorian, got an M.A. from Columbia University in Spanish literature at the age of twenty-two, and still couldn’t answer the question ‘What do you want to do with your life?’
I was dreading all of the ghost stories of working on American television, not in the least, the length. In Britain, a series is six episodes of an hour drama, maybe sometimes eight, but never twenty-two, so I was petrified of that.
My doctoral work was completed by the end of 1950 and, at the age of twenty-two, I joined the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign as an instructor in chemistry under the distinguished chemists Roger Adams and Carl S. Marvel.