Words matter. These are the best Fair Game Quotes from famous people such as Marla Maples, James Carville, Pete Holmes, Katee Sackhoff, Katy Tur, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
My personal life was fair game. And that’s what hurt me.
Some comments are within bounds, while some are not. But by whining about every little barb, candidates are trying to win the election through a war of staff resignation attrition, and Americans are losing the ability to distinguish between what is fair game and what is not.
The only Batman that doesn’t need parodying is Adam West, but everybody else is fair game.
I love that when you take that PG-13 off the table and say, ‘This is what we’re going to do,’ everything becomes fair game, and you really go for it.
My parents got ahead in the news business with wits, guts, and a creative interpretation of ‘fair game.’ They leased their first helicopter in 1985, when KTLA news crews were on strike. Maybe the crews had good grievances, maybe not. Either way, my parents ignored the strike and went to work.
I have certain rules for snooping, under which anything out in the open is fair game. But I also think, in light of some current trends in our culture, that privacy should be respected.
My thinking is, if we’re setting out to make comedy in which nothing is off limits, then everybody is fair game.
My integrity had been called into question; I was being called a liar, and I am not a liar. And I just think it is time that we stop viewing public figures as fair game.
Anything one can do to provoke and inspire an interest in the works of Shakespeare in a young audience is fair game. Anything.
I really think everything is fair game.
We are now in the 21st century: all books, including the Koran, should be fair game for flushing down the toilet without fear of violent reprisal.
I think when you’ve been in office for a long time, you have a record, and that record is fair game.
I have already sent advice to candidates and what I have said was ‘be aware that your social media profile is now fair game, you can’t expect people not to take it into account. Think about what you say and how you say it when you use social media.’
There’s a difference between fair game and playing games.
What I really found was that the one similarity between ‘Covert Affairs’ and ‘Fair Game’ is a deep love and admiration and fascination with the home life of a spy.
So the tough questions that have been asked of Sarah Palin thus far just have been about the fact that she doesn’t know anything and isn’t ready to be vice president. That’s fair game and it has nothing to do with her gender.
Mr. Trump, Americans can’t afford, and don’t want, to worry about the latest lawsuit filed against their president. And you’re not immune from these suits once you enter the Oval Office. Anything you’ve done before taking office is fair game.
As some of us can testify, the viciousness of the lobby groups funded by the fossil fuel industry, and the publications that amplify their message, knows no limits. As we have already seen, they treat even children as fair game.
Now with the Internet, a celebrity is fair game, and it’s all designed to sell advertising space.
Political institutions are fair game in political debates in a democracy. Nothing is more fair game, in fact, than political matters of public concern.
I believe that anything in this world is fair game for a creative exercise.
As a journalist, I’m not supposed to be the subject, but as an author, I’m fair game – another ingredient in the media soup.
Conservatives and companies condoned Rush Limbaugh’s politics of personal destruction when it came to smearing elected officials. ‘Fair game,’ they said, even when crass and crude. That’s just the way it is.
I had racially prejudiced comments directed at me on different blogs. People think that just because you’re in the spotlight, you’re fair game. It’s hard, and I don’t think you’re ready at any age for it. Thankfully, I have some great fans who got me through it.
I’m criticized by the feminists, by the Jewish establishment, by Canadian nationalists. And why not? I’ve had my pot shots at them. I’m fair game.
It’s one thing to be groped and harassed by passers-by, but when the state gropes you, it gives a green light that you are fair game.
As a comedian and satirist you have to be neutral, because everyone’s fair game. Once you show bias, you lose that.
Personally, I would say the ‘master’ of this whole thing is fate… Whoever is on the playing field is fair game, and it’s up to them to avoid being used.
Slow, skinny, and an utter countryside coward: I lived in dread of nettles, spiders, and the very sound of a wasp. As a victim, I was beneath the dignity of the bullies in my year but fair game to the ones in the year below.
Anything that exists on the human palette is, from my point of view, fair game for artists to portray. You don’t have to go see it if you don’t want to, so don’t go.
My life is fair game for anybody. I spent an unhappy, penniless childhood in Brooklyn. I had to slug my way up in a town called Hollywood where people love to trample you to death. I don’t relax because I don’t know how. I don’t want to know how. Life is too short to relax.
I have certain rules for snooping, under which anything out in the open is fair game.
What’s surprised me most about the demands of blogging – the relentlessness of it. 24-hour news cycle, every media imaginable right here in New York, totally fair game.
The Pentagon got fed up with its recruits getting ripped off by payday lenders and in 2007 got Congress to make it illegal to extend such loans to members of the military. But civilians remain fair game.
I’ll be a fan of the XFL, and if they want me to do something, then I’d love to… not to play. I’m not gonna play. I’m done with that, but everything else is fair game.