Swiss Army Knives Quotes

Swiss Army Knives Quotes by Bill Watterson, Mimi Pond, Lloyd Grove, Nick Manning, Marissa Mayer, Christine Lavin and many others.

Reading those turgid philosophers here in these remote

Reading those turgid philosophers here in these remote stone buildings may not get you a job, but if those books have forced you to ask yourself questions about what makes life truthful, purposeful, meaningful, and redeeming, you have the Swiss Army Knife of mental tools, and it’s going to come in handy all the time.
Bill Watterson
… the running shoe … could be called the Swiss Army knife of footwear … What appeal is there to a shoe whose only selling point is comfort?
Mimi Pond
Google is my rapid response research assistant. It’s the Swiss Army knife of information retrieval.
Lloyd Grove
TV can reach broad audiences, mass audiences, niche audiences; it can be local, regional, national; it can be spots, sponsorship, interactive. It can be anything you want it to be. I tend to think of TV as the Swiss Army knife of media, it’s got something for everybody.
Nick Manning
I think Google should be like a Swiss Army knife: clean, simple, the tool you want to take everywhere.
Marissa Mayer
I’ve learned that when someone does something very kind and refuses payment, giving them an engraved Swiss Army knife is never refused!
Christine Lavin
Google has the functionality of a really complicated Swiss Army knife, but the home page is our of approaching it closed… It’s simple, it’s elegant you can slip it in your pocket, but it’s got the great doodad when you need it
Marissa Mayer
He slung off his backpack. He’d managed to grab a lot of supplies at the Napa Bargain Mart: a portable GPS, duct tape, lighter, superglue, water bottle, camping roll, a Comfy Panda Pillow Pet (as seen on TV), and a Swiss army knife—pretty much every tool a modern demigod could want.
Rick Riordan
We were taught to be dependable, responsible, the top of our classes at school, the most organized and efficient babysitters in town, the very miniature models of our hardworking farmer/nurse mother, a pair of junior Swiss Army knives, born to multitask.
Elizabeth Gilbert