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Vice is a dreary business. And virtue is not a lot of fun, either.
Inactivity is the beginning of all vice.
A vice is merely a pleasure to which somebody has objected.
The best piece of advice I ever got from anyone was when Spike Jonze said, 'Take money out of the equation.' And that's actually when Vice started making lots of money. That's when I stopped worrying about money and started worrying about what I wanted to do.
Vice is man's nature: virtue is a habit
or a mask.
For that which all men then did virtue call, Is now called vice; and that which vice was hight, Is now hight virtue, and so used of all: Right now is wrong, and wrong that was is right
Vice, like disease, floats in the atmosphere.
A vice is a failure of desire
In the kitchens of love, after all, vice is like the pepper in a good sauce; it brings out the flavor, it's indispensable.
Hypocrisy is a sort of homage that vice pays to virtue.
There is more than a morsel of truth in the saying, "He who hates vice hates mankind."
Every vice has its excuse ready.
I couldn't be happier teaming up to make the feature with a company as innovative as VICE. There is so much the world doesn't know about piracy in Somalia and the people involved, and I'm excited to be telling a story of piracy in Somalia from a different perspective.
Life would be pretty boring if we didn't have vices.
That low vice, curiosity!
Hypocrisy is the homage vice pays to virtue.
Vice incapacitates a man from all public duty; it withers the powers of his under- standing, and makes his mind paralytic.
True enjoyments also keep people from vice.
Vice is its own reward. It is virtue which, if it is to be marketed with consumer appeal, must carry Green Shield stamps.
Sanctity and genius are as rebellious as vice.
Vice is nice, but liquor is quicker.
The grip of vice is tighter than a prison lock.
People's lives are filled with vice and the trappings of it. Ambition, greed and selfishness all have to do with vice. Sooner or later, you have to see through it or you don't survive.
One way or another we all work for our vice.
Here's a vice: I say yes to too many things. I wish I had the guilty pleasure of saying no. My goal is to try to do less, but more fully.
Vice leaves repentance in the soul, like an ulcer in the flesh, which is always scratching and lacerating itself; for reason effaces all other griefs and sorrows, but it begets that of repentance.
What's vice today may be virtue, tomorrow.
When in vice, say it twice.
Hypocrisy is the tribute that vice pays to virtue.
Vice is contagious, and there is no trusting the sound and the sick together.
Vices have to be crushed rather than picked at.
No vice exists which does not pretend to be more or less like some virtue, and which does not take advantage of this assumed resemblance.
All pleasure is a vice, for seeking pleasure is what everybody does in life, and the only dark vice is doing what everybody does.
Vices shouldn't be safe. They're what remind us we're alive and mortal.
For me, cinema is a vice. I love it intimately.
Who does not sufficiently hate vice, does not sufficiently love virtue.
In some way the secret vice exhales its poison; and the evil passion, however cunningly masked, stains through to the surface.
True vice, my lady, would frighten us all, if it did not wear the mask of virtue. (p.56)
Sadness is a vice.
In order to know virtue, we must first acquaint ourselves with vice.
My major vice is sarcasm with a side of caffeine addiction.
There is even the dignity of vice.
Could it be that even his ideas about vice had changed? Vice used to be a harmless word. You were entitled to your private vice, so long as it hurt no one and pleased a few.
Virtue hath no tongue to check vice's pride.
Virtue humanizes and spiritualizes what is part animal in us. Vice brutalizes what is human and spiritual in us.
We pay for vice by the knowledge that we are wicked; we pay for pleasure when we find out too late that we are nothing.
Vice gets more in this vicious world than piety.
I didn't have any vices before the Internet. There are a lot of cracks in the day, moments where you don't know what to do next, so you have a little hole where you look at your phone. You want something that will mean you're not alone in that moment.
When I was a young reporter, the great vice among journalists was whiskey. Today, it's cynicism.
This is the essential evil of vice, that it debases man.
In effect, vice turns common sense upside-down, and he who admits himself to be vicious abides by stigmatizing terms of horror.
He, who practices right, but in the hope of acquiring great renown, is very near to vice.
Vices are their own punishment
Vice may triumph for a time, crime may flaunt its victories in the face of honest toilers, but in the end the law will follow the wrong-doer to a bitter fate, and dishonor and punishment will be the portion of those who sin.
The first step towards vice is to shroud innocent actions in mystery, and whoever likes to conceal something sooner or later has reason to conceal it.
I find that the best virtue I have has in it some tincture of vice.
Shun all vice, especially card playing.
There is no worse penalty for vice than the fact that it is dissatisfied with itself and all its fellows.
Vice foments war; it is virtue which actually fights. If there were no virtue, we would live in peace forever.
How sternly we reproach virtue for its failings, how indulgent we are to the better qualities of vice!
Vice may be learnt, even without a teacher
Hypocrisy is said to be the homage that vice pays to virtue, - decorum is the outward expression of that homage; and if this be so, we must acknowledge that vice has latterly grown very humble indeed.
The function of vice is to keep virtue within reasonable bounds.
It is a great thing to know your vices.
When our vices leave us, we like to imagine it is we who are leaving them.
I don't really believe in vices. I love wine and cheese and chocolate, but they're what make life fun. They're a pleasure and an important part of living.
Hypocrisy is a tribute that vice pays to virtue.
Vice stings us even in our pleasures, but virtue consoles us even in our pains.
Vice repeated is like the wandering wind, blows dust in others' eyes to spread itself.
Shorty, let me tell you about my only vice:
It has to do with lots of lovin', and it ain't nuttin' nice.
Good taste is the worst vice ever invented.
One principal characteristic of vice in the present age is the contempt of fame.
Virtue will cut your head off, vice will only cut your hair.
If I have one vice and I can call it nothing else it is not able to say 'no'.
I never was so rapid in my virtue but my vice kept up with me.
Extremism in defense of liberty is not a vice, but I denounce political extremism, of the left or the right, based on duplicity, falsehood, fear, violence and threats when they endanger liberty.
Pleasure itself is not a vice
The vices of some men are magnificent.
Virtue is according to nature; vice is opposed to it and hostile.
A am a great friend of public amusements, they keep people from vice.
The vices come as passengers, visit us as guest and stay as masters.
Virtue has a veil, vice a mask.
What we're fighting against isn't an out-and-out vice. It's an overgrown, perverted virtue.
Hatred is a prolific vice; envy, a barren vice.
Mum once told Dad that vices are only vices when looked at through the frame of society.
The second vice is lying, the first is running in debt.
Let thy vices die before thee.
Virtue knows to a farthing what it has lost by not having been vice.
Death always knew how to connect vice with misfortune.
I don't define anything I eat as a vice.
Virtue needs a director and guide. Vice can be learned even without a teacher.
I had plenty of vices growing up.
Vices are ingredients of virtues just as poisons are ingredients of remedies. Prudence mixes and tempers them and uses them effectively against life's ills.
When virtue is at liberty, so to some extent is vice.
Weakness ever sympathizes with vice, because vice is a weakness which assumes the mask of strength. Madness holds reason in horror, and on all subjects it delights in the exaggerations of falsehood. The cause of all bewitchments, the poison of all philtres, the power of all sorcerers are there.
IN A DETECTIVE'S WORLD there was one true blight on society, and it wasn't the master criminal; after all, superpredators were few and far between. It was the media. Sunday
Ice cream is my vice.
If a wretched man has a vice, it shows itself in the lines of his mouth, the droop of his eyelids, the moulding of his hands even. Somebody--I
Vice came in always at the door of necessity, not at the door of inclination.
Only a few can survive and face reality without a vice.