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60,014. You might very well think that. But I couldn’t possibly comment. House of Cards UK TV series
67,919. I will not comment on or confirm what are alleged to be stolen State Department cables. But I can say that the United States deeply regrets the disclosure of any information that was intended to be confidential, including private discussions between counterparts or our diplomats' personal assessments and observations. Hillary Clinton
67,920. When a thing is said to be not worth refuting you may be sure that either it is flagrantly stupid – in which case all comment is superfluous – or it is something formidable, the very crux of the problem. (Comment & Denial) Percy Bysshe Shelley
67,921. I don’t watch it, but I know enough to comment on it. Dan Quayle
67,922. No matter what I’ve published – and you can look it up, I’ve published quite a lot in science, quite a few books too – none of it’s very important. All will be forgotten and in a few years’ time will be a few comments in eight-point type in footnotes at the bottom of the page somewhere. Robert Winston
68,840. You can cut the tension with a cricket stump. (Cricket & Commentary & Motor Racing) Murray Walker
68,841. You might not think that’s cricket, and it’s not, it’s motor racing. (Cricket & Commentary & Motor Racing) Murray Walker
81,682. I’m a car fanatic and each morning I wake up with a smile on my face, whether I’m commentating on the Formula One or at Silver Hatch racetrack in Roary the Racing Car. (Motor Racing & Commentary & Car) Murray Walker
84,054. David presented no fewer than eleven Olympic games from Rome in 1960 to Sydney in 2000. But undoubtedly his most challenging broadcast is Munich in 1972. He was on air for several hours. (Olympics & Commentary) The Quite Remarkable David Coleman
40,133. Good evening. The game you are about to see is the most stupid, appalling, disgusting and disgraceful exhibition of football possibly in the history of the game. (Football & Commentary & Game) David Coleman, Chile v Italy 1966
40,128. For those of you watching who do not have television sets, live commentary is on Radio 2. (Football & Commentary & Radio) David Coleman
90,727. The art of television commentary is to say as little as possible, and when you do speak to be as helpful as you can. (Television & Comment) Harry Carpenter
40,121. They think it’s all over – it is now. (Football & End & Commentary) Kenneth Wolstenholme, 1996 World Cup final
40,139. I never comment on referees and I’m not going to break the habit of a lifetime for that prat. (Football & Habit & Comment) Ron Atkinson 1979
121,789. I’m Murray Walker, and my life is a story of obsession, an obsession with cars, an obsession with bikes, an obsession with the growl and roar of a racing engine. I’m fanatical, unreformed and unrepentant. (Motor Racing & Commentator & Obsession & Motorbike) Murray Walker: A Life in the Fast Lane, BBC 2018
121,790. And look at that! This is fantastic! (Motor Racing & Commentator & Motorbike) ibid. Murray
121,791. Formula One is my home. I feel myself come alive when I get close to the roar of the engines. (Motor Racing & Commentator & Motorbike) ibid.
121,792. If it moved on wheels, I talked about it. (Motor Racing & Commentator & Motorbike) ibid.
121,793. My wife says I’m not interested in anything if it hasn’t got an engine. (Motor Racing & Commentator & Motorbike) ibid.