Rabid quotes:

  • Rabid fans were literally jumping into the camera. -- Penelope Spheeris
  • I am not a rabid partisan. -- Joe Wilson
  • I am a longtime, rabid fan of Jonathan Kozol. -- Sandra Tsing Loh
  • A rabid sports fan is one that boos a TV set. -- Jimmy Cannon
  • I think what makes a good show is obviously a rabid fan base. -- Jim Rash
  • Seattle was a rabid film town in the '70s and '80s because it rained so much. -- John Requa
  • Country artists have advantages all over the place. The radio support is incredible. The fanbase is rabid, all over. -- Amos Lee
  • Being a traditionalist, I'm a rabid sucker for Christmas. In July, I'm already worried that there are only 146 shopping days left. -- John Waters
  • I mean 'One Tree Hill' had some rabid fans - you'd be surprised - they're almost in a class of their own. -- Joe Manganiello
  • I used to be a rabid reader, but now it's scripts or nothing - network television is quite relentless, and you can't drop the ball. -- Robert Carlyle
  • Folks are really tired of this rabid division between Republicans and Democrats. Folks want people to come together and solve the problems and the challenges of America. -- Bev Perdue
  • I have to say I know much more about football than I would like to, because my husband is a rabid football fan, and it's been so horrible. -- Ruth Reichl
  • Aside from rabid Islamists, no one who wishes to be taken seriously can publicly say anything bad about the old Jews of Europe without sounding like reactionary troglodytes. -- Jack Schwartz
  • There are no fans more rabid or devoted than KISS fans. KISS fans are what all other fans are measured against. That's how it came to be known as the KISS Army. -- Paul Stanley
  • I do not think the gay population has been all that rabid for gay marriage. Note that I do not use the words 'gay community.' Expunge that expression from your vocabulary. We are not a community. -- Larry Kramer
  • Gail didn't want me commenting on the opinion pages. I was hired by the news department and, despite the rabid assertions of the Times' enemies and detractors, the two really have nothing to do with each other. -- Daniel Okrent
  • Nixon was a crook, of course, but he was also a rabid football fan - and he knew the game, which still astounds me, but I have always had a soft spot for him because of it. -- Hunter S. Thompson
  • Watchmen' is like the music you feel is written just for you. 'That's my song, no one else gets that but me.' That's why the fan base is so rabid, because they feel personal about it. -- Zack Snyder
  • I move around a lot. I've lived in a ton of different places - and only for a month or two at a time. I have a deep, rabid curiosity, so I like having a gypsy life. -- Hilarie Burton
  • I got into writing to become a 'Star Trek' writer. I was a rabid fan. I had shelves and shelves and shelves of action figures in my bedroom that scared away more dates than I care to admit to. -- Bryan Fuller
  • You have this mounting aggressive ignorance with the rabbit's foot of their particular religion. You don't really have any kind of spiritual law, just a kind of a rabid mental illness. The songs are a little slice of life. -- Joni Mitchell
  • Mitt Romney's primary season embrace of the social and economic agenda of the more rabid elements of his party doomed him, especially the shrill immigration rhetoric and the harshly insensitive theory that no additional sacrifice or contribution should be sought from those at the top. -- Eliot Spitzer
  • The Tea Party isolated Mitt Romney from mainstream voters, linking him to a rabid ideology that he could not shake as he desperately tried to move to the middle in the closing weeks of the campaign. Lesson: The loudest voices don't often command the votes needed to win in November. -- Eliot Spitzer
  • I would feel no hesitation in saying that it is the responsibility of a decent human being to give assistance to a child who is being attacked by a rabid dog, but I would not intend this to imply that in all imaginable circumstances one must, necessarily, act in accordance with this general responsibility. -- Noam Chomsky
  • March is a month without mercy for rabid basketball fans. There is no such thing as a 'gentleman gambler' when the Big Dance rolls around. All sheep will be fleeced, all fools will be punished severely... There are no Rules when the deal goes down in the final weeks of March. Even your good friends will turn into monsters. -- Hunter S. Thompson
  • I used to go out wearing any old rubbish, no make-up, nothing, but since mobile phones, that has all had to stop. People do come up to you so often and say hello, or want a photograph, and I just can't do it anymore in what I used to wear. They don't want to be seen hanging off a rabid old granny any more than I do. -- Joanna Lumley
  • Twilight''s got some avid - and rabid - fans. -- Rachelle Lefevre
  • In Cookie's defense, it was raining wildcats and rabid dogs. -- Darynda Jones
  • A rabid sports fan is one that boos a TV set -- Jimmy Cannon
  • Technically speaking, you drive like a rabid chicken who has hijacked a tractor. -- Sarah Rees Brennan
  • Our fans are like rabid beasts that rub themselves with the nectar that is Psych. -- James Roday
  • Christophe, with the careful tone of an adult telling a kid not to pet the nice foaming-rabid pooch. -- Lilith Saintcrow
  • The old appeals to racial, sexual and religious chauvinism to rabid nationalist fervor, are beginning not to work. -- Carl Sagan
  • If I can face a street full of rabid zombies, I can tell a boy I like him. Right? -- Alison Kemper
  • I don't think that brutality and idealism are mutually exclusive. It's a common denominator in my work - rabid idealism. -- Richard Grossman
  • Pussy power's pulling me down, down, down, down. When it's there and I can't have it, I get real real rabid. -- Iggy Pop
  • When she was too young to resist, or even to understand, I turned my daughter into a lifelong, rabid Yankees fan. -- Gene Weingarten
  • Indiana gets credit for having the most rabid basketball fans in the union, but Maine is a very, very active basketball state. -- Bob Cousy
  • Here's where I ask why don't you spend your time doing something safer and more boring. Like maybe administering suppositories to rabid gorillas." -- Jim Butcher
  • Here's where I ask why don't you spend your time doing something safer and more boring. Like maybe administering suppositories to rabid gorillas. -- Jim Butcher
  • Travis: The Aphrodite kids were ripping each other's clothes and throwing lipstick and jewellery. It was like a rabid herd of wild Bratz. -- Rick Riordan
  • Forget it, I saidOpie could be bloodthirsty, rabid, radioactive, and selling life insurance and he'd still be preferable to listening to the two of you. -- John Zakour
  • To kill these (rabid) dogs, in my opinion, amount to himsa, but I believe it to be inevitable if we are to escape much greater himsa. -- Mahatma Gandhi
  • I'm a rabid Steelers fan: I'm originally from Pittsburgh. So if the Giants or Pittsburgh are playing, the rest of Sunday is all about food and football. -- Tamara Tunie
  • Lost' fans were fantastic fans. I've said this before, but they were rabid, and they questioned everything - they were merciless, but I loved them for that. -- Henry Ian Cusick
  • I hate the word proper. If you tell me a thing is not proper, I immediately feel the most rabid desire to go 'neck and heels' into it. -- Fanny Fern
  • Aside from rabid Islamists, no one who wishes to be taken seriously can publicly say anything bad about the old Jews of Europe without sounding like reactionary troglodytes. -- Jack Schwartz
  • Whenever I did a good performance, my Dad and my uncles, who were rabid movie fans, took me to the movies. There began my underlying love affair with film. -- Mel Torme
  • That seemed to be the case with most of the teams based in the smaller towns - the fans were more rabid, and they wanted to literally kill the opposition. -- Bob Cousy
  • The rabid opposition to group selection has now considerably subsided. In the process, the conceptual structure of evolutionary theory has become clearer, as have the relationships that connect different theoretical approaches. -- Elliott Sober
  • You try to leave and I will hunt you down." Relief poured through her, but she smacked at his thigh with the back of her brush. "Like a rabid dog? Very romantic. -- Nalini Singh
  • Like the rabid fans of sports, the same goes for fans and their actors, TV shows and movies. You love what you love, and it bonds you with others who love the same thing. -- Kristoffer Polaha