Top 15 Rule Book Quotes

In this post, you will find great Rule Book Quotes from famous people, such as Danica Patrick, Tony Finau, Liam Gallagher, Tim Donaghy, Simon McBurney. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

In motorsports we work in the grey areas a lot. You're

In motorsports we work in the grey areas a lot. You’re trying to find where the holes are in the rule book.
I think there’s too many rules in golf. And I mean that’s easy to say for a player, but putting together a rule book is a tough thing in this game because there are so many different parts of the game.
There’s no rules. Show me the rule book.
Liam Gallagher
I still see referees officiating based on names on the front and back of jerseys and not based on how the rules are written in the rule book.
I spent the majority of time at school trying to break the rules. I would climb to the top of buildings; I even burned a building down once – not intentionally, just because I was interested in fire. I remember going through the rule book, ticking off the ones I had broken and looking for the ones I hadn’t.
I work hard and I party hard. When I go to work, I know what I am doing and I do it to the best of my abilities. When I party, I take exactly the same rule book with me.
I love a match like Money in the Bank; I love a hardcore match, and that’s what the Money in the Bank ladder matches are. Throw the rule book out and let out your imagination.
In baseball, democracy shines its clearest. The only race that matters is the race to the bag. The creed is the rule book. And color, merely something to distinguish one team‘s uniform from another‘s.
There’s been roles that I have turned down. There’s no rule book or handbook… It’s just… whatever I’m comfortable with.
There’s really no rule book for how you end a relationship, so I would often feel really bad afterwards. I never wanted to hurt anyone just because I know exactly what that feels like.
The radio has so many rules, and songs don’t. You don’t necessarily write to a rule book unless you’re, like, just doing it professionally, which has never been my thing.
The strike zone should be what the rule book says it is and not a personal idiosyncrasy.
You think there’s a rule book, in a way, until you realize there’s absolutely no rule book, and you can use a red carpet to express something about yourself. There are so many wonderful designers in the world, and they create such wonderful things. Why go with something uninteresting?
Throw out the rule book. If you like wearing navy and black together, wear it; if you like mixing up gold and silver jewellery, mix it. If you like it, wear it – don’t care about what anyone else thinks.
As much as progressives hate the Electoral College – and we can argue its flaws all day long – in 2020, the Electoral College is the only game in town. There’s not going to be some miracle where it’s not the rule book. The winner of the Electoral College is president. Doesn’t matter how many popular votes you get.