People look at me and they go 'You're white you're smart you must have went to college. You must have grown up with money.'

The fellow that has no money is poor. The fellow that has nothing but money is poorer still.

Kids are meant to believe that their stepping stone to massive money is 'The X Factor.' Luck is great but most of life is hard work. We do not celebrate people who have made success out of serious hard work.

Because I don't take money I'll go anywhere and do a benefit concert with almost any orchestra.

Nothing except the mint can make money without advertising.

I saw Deep Purple live once and I paid money for it and I thought 'Geez this is ridiculous.' You just see through all that sort of stuff. I never liked those Deep Purples or those sort of things. I always hated it. I always thought it was a poor man's Led Zeppelin.

The way the bankers have kind of toppled the way money is distributed and taken most of it into their own hands is as good as Stalin or Hitler.

Kids are meant to believe that their stepping stone to massive money is 'The X Factor.'

Money does not guarantee success.

I have no one to leave the money to. I'm a single man. I like spending my money.

What most people don't seem to realize is that there is just as much money to be made out of the wreckage of a civilization as from the upbuilding of one.

I used to get my money at the end of the week buy my mum something or buy a record and that was it.

To give money to a woman - and here I must speak as a man - is to deny her special quality her irreplaceability and reduce her unique amiability to a commodity. Money takes away her name while transforming her lover into a nameless customer of a market of appetites.

Because bankers measure their self-worth in money and pay themselves a lot of it they think they're fine fellows and don't need to explain themselves.

I could be making a lot more money now if I had chosen a different kind of movie but none of that matters to me... I've done the parts I wanted to do.

Research is four things: brains with which to think eyes with which to see machines with which to measure and fourth money.

What counts in Hollywood is box office. It doesn't really matter what people think of you as an actor because as long as you have been in a movie that has made money you will always get another job.

But it's a blessing to be so successful within a year it's the greatest feeling in the world making money and doing the things that I'm doing and I definitely trying to continue doing what I'm doing.

Money speaks but it speaks with a male voice.

One thing I have clear is that I don't want to work for money anymore.

My recollection is - and I'd have to confirm this - but I don't recall paying any money to go to law school.

When it comes to money nobody should give up anything.

When I left 20th Century-Fox to freelance my agent believed that getting big money was the way to establish real importance in our industry.

What is there that money will not do?

London changes because of money. It's real estate. If they can build some offices or expensive apartments they will it's money that changes everything in a city.

Neither money nor position can atone to me for low birth.

The inequalities are greater now than in '92. Some states have equalized per-pupil spending but they set the 'equal level' very low so that wealthy districts simply raise extra money privately.

In New York everyone's desperate for success desperate for money and desperate to be accepted but in London they're more laid back about things like that.

Photography is more about money now but then so are most things.

I'm very unstable there's no stability in a musician's life at all. You live on a bus or on the road hand to mouth and you don't know where your money's coming from.

To avoid ignorance and bullying I've had to hide the fact that I'm a troll. You have no idea how much time and money I've spent on electrolysis and hair dye and reconstructive surgery so I can look like this.

I was never sloppy with other people's money. Only my own. Because I figure well you can be.

Time will take your money but money won't buy time.

At the end of the day money is just a proxy for votes. That is what makes politics so vulnerable to social media.

As long as I can make lots of money in other businesses I'll continue to subsidize my own work.

If I feel strongly I say it. I know I can do more good by being vocal than by staying quiet. I'd have a whole lot more money if I lied but I wouldn't enjoy spending it.

We had access to too much money too much equipment and little by little we went insane.

We pay for the mistakes of our ancestors and it seems only fair that they should leave us the money to pay with.

There is nothing so habit-forming as money.

I was very fortunate that I saved my money and I still do.

People may take a job for more money but they often leave it for more recognition.

If I had been on 'Bowling for Dollars ' I'd wind up owing them money.

Hip-hop don't have no fresh energy none at all. It's money driven everybody tryin' to make that cheque nobody putting art in their albums any more.

Money is always on its way somewhere. What you do with it while it is in your keeping and the direction you send it in say much about you. Your treatment of and respect for money how you make it and how you spend it reflect your character.

Money won is twice as sweet as money earned.

In troubled times the last thing you want to do is to stick your money into a film. It's such a gamble.

And we've got to ask ourselves some very serious questions as to whether or not certain religious leaders in terms of raising money - I hate to bring this up - are pushing hot buttons.

Unlike my grandfather or my brother I've actually been able to make some money at a racetrack.

I mean anything that money can be made off will never be a problem to make no matter what it is.

Big money is ruining the political system.

Just put down 9/11... I think on most things I'm liberal except on defending ourselves and keeping half the money. Those things I'm kind of conservative on.

I mean being a child was being a child was being a creature without power without pocket money without escape routes of any kind. So I didn't want to be a child.

The thing that fascinates me is that the way I came to film and television is extinct. Then there were gatekeepers it was prohibitively expensive to make a film to be a director you had to be an entrepreneur to raise money.

It would be nice if the poor were to get even half of the money that is spent in studying them.

Nobody wants to read about the honest lawyer down the street who does real estate loans and wills. If you want to sell books you have to write about the interesting lawyers - the guys who steal all the money and take off. That's the fun stuff.

Well I think money has been going into political campaigns for a very long time.

The GAO just released a report that said 22 percent of federal programs fail to meet their objectives. The truth is we don't know how taxpayer money is spent in Washington D.C. which is why I think we ought to put every agency budget up on the Internet for everyone to see.

Money is everywhere but so is poetry. What we lack are the poets.

I'll come to any benefit if I see SCLC get all the money.

I don't feel comfortable defending my clothes. But if you've got the money to afford them then buy something from me. Just don't buy too much.

But having a perfume and license in general is a financial necessity. A designer must to reap back the money spent on prototypes and all that sort of thing.

I could easily exist on less money but I like the way I live now.

I went to the bank and proposed that they lend money to the poor people. The bankers almost fell over.

I don't come from money.

I had no idea that I would ever get involved with something like lending money to poor people given the circumstances in which I was working in Bangladesh.

You need to do the work to bring the money in but not compromise standards.

Money isn't important but you have to have enough so you don't have to think about it. Thinking about money is a drag.

I tend to make low-budget movies but yeah I make more money than I ever thought I would make.

Money for me today does not really matter.

If anyone tells you it's impossible to be fabulous and smart and make a ton of money using math well they can just get in line behind you - and kiss your math.

Animals they are one of the most beautiful gifts we have and you know if there are people that have compassion there are very few people that put their money into animal rescue organizations. And if there is someone that has that passion animals need all the help they can get.

There is a great difference between Christianity and religion at the south. If a man goes to the communion table and pays money into the treasury of the church no matter if it be the price of blood he is called religious.

I'd never had money growing up and it's never been that important to me except maybe to take our kids on a nice vacation or something like that.

You aren't wealthy until you have something money can't buy.

Let's be honest I have enough money to never have to work again.

If Warren Buffett made his money from ordinary income rather than capital gains his tax rate would be a lot higher than his secretary's. In fact a very small percentage of people in this country pay a big chunk of the taxes.

You know if you look back in the 1930s the money went to infrastructure. The bridges the municipal buildings the roads those were all built with stimulus money spent on infrastructure. This stimulus bill has fundamentally gone started out with a $500 rebate check remember. That went to buy flat-screen TVs made in China.

Everybody likes a kidder but nobody lends him money.

When you try to find funding for a VVA function it doesn't seem like it's any trouble at all. People come out of the woodwork with their money to help out because we went over and fought a war.

Any fool can make enough money to survive. It's another thing to keep yourself consistently entertained. It's a lot of work and a lot of fun to make a life.

If we define an American fascist as one who in case of conflict puts money and power ahead of human beings then there are undoubtedly several million fascists in the United States.

If we had 3 million exhibitionists and only one voyeur nobody could make any money.

People don't have time to wait for somebody to paint their portraits anymore. The money is in photography.

If we're going to spend a lot of money to deal with the problem of 200 million guns in the country owned by 65 million gun owners we ought to have a system which will work and catch criminals.

Some people feel that what we're doing makes no sense that it's just a waste of money. But it's working.

The truth was you can't continue to spend the kind of money our spending on all these entitlement programs. I think we need more people in public life who are willing to say no we can't afford certain things. No we can't do certain things.

I give lectures for money but all the money goes to charity. So I make no money from it.

Wouldn't it be great if you could only get AIDS by giving money to television preachers?

Money changes all the iron rules into rubber bands.

I'm not sure about the selling part but I've always found that the things I've worn on tour have moved over to what people wear every day. Sometimes the things I wore in the beginning before I had money were things I put together.

I don't believe that I personally have been changed by the money. The bad thing is people assume you've changed because now you have money.

There is a basic lesson on financial crises that governments tend to wait too long underestimate the risks want to do too little. And it ultimately gets away from them and they end up spending more money causing much more damage to the economy.

We have a new generation of very rich people who want to do more with their money than buy a lot of expensive toys. They want to live meaningful lives.

I'm not overly alarmist about it but I do think there are some worrying signs like the growing accumulation of wealth by a very small proportion of the population plus elections in the US are much more dominated by money than anywhere else calling itself a democracy.

Let us face it: in the world today money and economic strength remain more powerful arguments than the number of people you represent.

Our public school system is our country's biggest and most inefficient monopoly yet it keeps demanding more and more money.

People really feel that when they go to the gas pump now that the oil cartel is holding them by the legs and tipping them upside down and shaking money out of their pockets.

Human beings are much bigger than just making money.

It's rather naive apart from being ethically objectionable to assume that our investigators travel around the country with bags of money trying to bribe witnesses to lie on the witness stand. We just don't operate that way.

My story is the story of countless millions of children whose families and nations were torn apart for money in the name of Jesus Christ.

I don't make decisions based on money.

I actually think that the economy has got some positives. It's got the market. It's got consumer confidence and it's got banks throwing - I mean central bankers throwing money at it around the world.

Organized labor if they're doing a responsible job is going to organize the pooling of small amounts of money to protect the interests of the people who are not rich.

People aren't going to throw the kind of money at certain people that they used to.

Don't make music for some vast unseen audience or market or ratings share or even for something as tangible as money. Though it's crucial to make a living that shouldn't be your inspiration. Do it for yourself.

You want to give people a reason to hate my guts more? I'm making more money.

It's lovely to have money to give away - that's the bonus of winning the Nobel.

I remember thinking that I'd way rather give my parents my money and not have to like have them go to work anymore you know what I mean. Because I'd way rather spend more time with them.

I want to sit with 80- and 90-year-old people more than anyone. They have played this game before. Not one of them has told me 'I wish I had more money.'

Well I needed the work - that's the honest answer. I haven't worked for a while a couple of years. So I thought it would be nice to get back to work and earn some money.

That money talks I'll not deny I heard it once: It said 'Goodbye'.

There are three reasons for becoming a writer: the first is that you need the money the second that you have something to say that you think the world should know the third is that you can't think what to do with the long winter evenings.

I find it fascinating that a lot of business books that do well are from people who've never made any money in business.

I'm not broke. Like everybody else I owe money.

Money doesn't buy class.

Writing is the only profession where no one considers you ridiculous if you earn no money.

I've been very well remunerated for my talents over the years so I really don't need the public's money.

To buy very good wine nowadays requires only money. To serve it to your guests is a sign of fatigue.

I don't even know what sound is much less what it's for. It isn't to make money that's for sure. I've never made any.

Money again has often been a cause of the delusion of the multitudes. Sober nations have all at once become desperate gamblers and risked almost their existence upon the turn of a piece of paper.

I know where I'm putting my money.

You must spend money to make money.

I sat with him for three hours and we did not exchange a single word. At the end he handed me as he had done before an envelope with money in it. It would have been much nicer if he had enclosed a greeting or a loving word. I would have been so pleased if he had.

You can spend the money on new housing for poor people and the homeless or you can spend it on a football stadium or a golf course.

If the money's right I'll do a film.

A survey carried out across the U.S. between 2004 and 2006 showed that frequent church- or synagogue-goers are more likely to give money to charity.

For industry to settle in a country you first need electricity for electricity you need some trained workers for trained workers you need some schools for schools you need some money for money you need some industry.

Our American friends offer us money arms and advice. We take the money we take the arms and we decline the advice.

Things are done according to money these days.

The only thing I like more than my wife is my money and I'm not about to lose that to her and her lawyers that's for damn sure.

Money is a good thing and it's obviously useful but to work only for money or fame would never interest me.

Money just draws flies.

Goddam money. It always ends up making you blue as hell.

Selling out is doing something you don't really want to do for money. That's what selling out is.

Banks are an almost irresistible attraction for that element of our society which seeks unearned money.

I don't know what your childhood was like but we didn't have much money. We'd go to a movie on a Saturday night then on Wednesday night my parents would walk us over to the library. It was such a big deal to go in and get my own book.

For me the greatest source of income is still movies. Nothing - stocks financial speculation real estate speculation or businesses - makes more money for me than making movies.

The people who run a university are far more qualified and intelligent in handling people than someone who inherited his money and used it to buy a pro team.

I've had people ask me in interviews what it's like to have money but that's not how it is. I have a middle-class life. I have a room in London but not a house nor a BMW.

I never viewed money as being 'my money' I always saw it as 'the money.' It's a resource. If it pools up around me then it needs to be flushed back out into the system.

'Get a Job' is about all the rich kids we knew when we were younger kids who never had jobs but always had money for partying or getting their hair done.

For my scale how I grew up and live my life I'm making plenty of money.

And I think the more money you put in people's hands the more they will spend. And if they don't spend it they invest it. And investing it is another way of creating jobs. It puts money into mutual funds or other kinds of banks that can go out and make loans and we need to do that.

People don't have fortunes left them in that style nowadays men have to work and women to marry for money. It's a dreadfully unjust world.

There are probably several hundred thousand if we narrow the definition to include only those who in their search for money and power are ruthless and deceitful.

I don't think anybody cares about unwed mothers unless they're black or poor. The question is not morality the question is money. That's what we're upset about.

Financially I've lost money and made money but I know my way around financially.

I don't want young people to think they can't make a difference because they don't have money.

First and foremost I am a drummer. After that I'm other things... But I didn't play drums to make money.

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