Wherever You Go There You Are
When Wherever You Go, There You Are was first published in , no one could have predicted that the book would launch itself onto bestseller lists nationwide and sell over , copies to date. Ten years later, the book continues to change lives. In honor of the book's 10th anniversary, Hyperion is proud to be releasing the book with a new afterword by the author, and to share this wonderful book with an even larger audience.
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This would have been in My father really got a kick out of the comment phrase and started saying it. He loved Art Linkletter, Arthur Godfrey, and others and their crazy things kids say and would talk it up around channels in Salt Lake in the late 50's. My dad added to the phrase and said: " And if you don't watch out I was telling someone in our office the phrase, and he remembered your version and your website.
He wanted me to relay the story to you. Many people have the same thoughts I guess. At eleven, I didn't really know what I was saying but to tease my father who was leaving on another extended road trip. My father passed it on. He died when I was 19 and I've passed it on for 43 years since I uttered it. Anyway, I told my colleague I would write your site to tell my version of your famous phrase, "No matter where Towards the end of the song they sing a line that goes: "Remember whereever you go, there you are. According to Garrison Hilliard , I first encountered the "wherever you go There's also a chance that the line was uttered by a character in another 'fifties trash sci-fi flick I'm addicted to 'em!see url
Wherever You Go There You Are
Ted Raimi was a guest who tells Peter Weller's character "No matter where you go, there you are. Complaining about being surrounded by superheroes after trying to get away from them for a bit, Doiby Dickles states "No matter where ya go, dere ya are! According to Crose , "I believe that the quote "wherever you go, there you are" is originally a Zen Buddhist ideal, whch seems natural, giving that Buckaroo's father was Japanese. There's a sticker on the divider that says "Wherever you go, there you are. According to RT Gault , "I was reading your faq and came to the section about the line "No matter where you go, there you are" This is a variation of the final line from Lord Buckley's monologue known as "Jonah and the Whale" which dates from the s.
There you jolly well are, aren't you! Richard "Lord" Buckley was a big cult fav among beatniks and hippies and the line has been borrowed, redressed, and recycled many times over the years. I believe than many of the examples sited on the faq page are really paraphrases of Buckley rather than paraphrases from the Buckeroo. Imagine my surprise when I happened to pick up Buckaroo and he quoted my favorite line!
According to Jeffrey S. According to Sam Dingman , "It's right at the start when Arnold goes into Recall for a vacation and the salesman says something like I was gonna check exactly, but I can't seem to find my copy of Total Recall to Arnold "What's the same thing about every vacation you've ever been on? No matter where you go, there you are! According to Unknown , "In the movie "Fear of a Black Hat", one of the characters, striving to say something deeply philosophical, says "When you take that bus According to Steve Iverson , "I have to tell you about a reference to "No matter where you go, there you are" that totally blew me away.
When I was a child in the sixties, there was a local kiddie show broadcast out of Minneapolis called "Lunch with Casey". Casey was a railroad engineer, and had a sidekick named Roundhouse Rodney. Roundhouse was played by a guy named Lynne Dwyer, who also played several other roles on the show.
One of the roles was "Granny Lumpet" who owned the boarding house where Casey and Roundhouse lived. Recently I obtained a video compilation of several clips from this long lost series. In one segment, Granny Lumpet is sitting in her rocking chair, reciting a series of one line words of wisdom.