Can Anybody Remember When The Times Were Not Hard And Money Not Scarce.
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
America Believes In Education: The Average Professor Earns More Money In A Year Than A Professional Athlete Earns In A Whole Week.
~ Evan Esa
Nobel Prize Money Is A Lifebelt Thrown To A Swimmer Who Has Already Reached The Shore In Safety.
~ George Bernard Shaw
Ready Money Works Great Cures.
~ French Prove
The Fundamental Evil Of The World Arose From The Fact That The Good Lord Has Not Created Money Enough.
~ Heinrich Heine
We Have The Best Congress Money Can Buy.
~ Will Rogers
Advertising May Be Described As The Science Of Arresting The Human Intelligence Long Enough To Get Money From It.
A Woman Will Buy Anything She Thinks The Store Is Losing Money On.
~ Kin Hubbard
Every Gun That Is Made, Every Warship Launched, Every Rocket Fired Signifies, In The Final Sense, A Theft From Those Who Hunger And Are Not Fed, Those Who Are Cold And Not Clothed. This World In Arms Is Not Spending Money Alone. It Is Spending The Sweat Of Its Laborers, The Genius Of Its Scientists, The Hopes Of Its Children. This Is Not A Way Of Life At All In Any True Sense. Under The Cloud Of Threatening War, It Is Humanity Hanging From A Cross Of Iron.
~ Dwight D. Eisenhower, From a speech before the American Society of Newspaper Editors, April 16, 1963
Spare No Expense To Save Money On This One.
~ Samuel Goldwyn
The American Male At The Peak Of His Physical Powers And Appetites, Driving 160 Big White Horses Across The Scenes Of An Increasingly Open Society, With Weekend Money In His Pocket And With Little Prior Exposure To Trouble And Tragedy, Personifies An Accident Going To Happen.
~ John Sloan Dickey
Whether He Admits It Or Not, A Man Has Been Brought Up To Look At Money As A Sign Of His Virility, A Symbol Of His Power, A Bigger Phallic Symbol Than A Porsche.
~ Victoria Billings