I knew school was stupid since the fifth grade.
I never liked the name Eldred. Since nobody knew me in New York, I just changed to my middle name.
At our peak, no one knew how to value Digg.
I didn't really know any Buddy Garritys, but I knew they were out there.
When I understood the rudiments of what nanotech was all about, I knew I wanted to participate.
I knew Childress was going to help me because my crew told me on the radio. I really appreciate what Richard did, but that is typical of people in this sport.
I didn't know what architecture was except that I lived in a house. I don't even think that I knew the word for a long time. My dad funneled me into engineering because it was his background.
I knew I wanted to act, and I was really driven, so I kept going for it. We moved to L.A. full-time when I was 8 or 9.
I hated my father long before I knew there was a word for hate.
I just knew I would be a writer. It just seemed the only sensible thing to do.
I knew I wanted to act when I was around 14.
I had finished the first draft of 'Life As We Knew It' before Katrina hit, and it was startling to see things I wrote about actually happening in the real world.