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“A successful man is one who makes more money than his wife can spend. A successful woman is one who can find such a man.”
“Money does buy happiness. And I'm healthy already.”
“If only God would give me some clear sign! Like making a large deposit in my name in a Swiss bank.”
“You squirrels better have some nuts in your mouth, or you're going downtown!”
“Face it ladies, I'm older and I have more insurance.”
“I learned in school that money isn’t everything. It’s happiness that counts. So momma sent me to a different school.”
“The odd thing is that we not only accept the tyranny of the dollar, the tyranny of the marketplace, we embrace it. We gladly throw the yoke of the tyranny of the dollar on and live by it our whole lives. I think of an analogy as a workhorse. The workhorse that is willing to work itself to death, and then be put out to pasture. And that’s what...” (continue)(continue reading)
“Money is not life's report card. Being successful doesn't mean anything in and of itself. It just means that you're successful. But that doesn't mean that you're happy.”
“They say money can't buy happiness, darlings! But it does allow you to give it away!”
“- Winston Churchill: Do I have your, uh, permission, uh, to send, uh, an aircraft carrier to pick up the P-40 fighter planes we purchased from you? Mr. President?
- President Roosevelt: Well, you-you've got me there again. New law preventing transshipment of military equipment.
- Winston Churchill: Uh, but we paid for them. We-we paid for them...” (continue)(continue reading)
“Why is there so much month left at the end of the money?”
“Flowers? How much? If you spend any more on this thing, you can pick the daisies off my grave! Get plastic!”
“I must have gone through $10 million during my career. Part of the loot went for gambling, part for horses, and part for women. The rest I spent foolishly.
“Money doesn't make you happy. I have $50 million, but I was just as happy as when I had $48 million.”
“When a man gets wealthy, he has to deal with the problems of freedom. All the choices he could possibly want. An abyss opens up. Well, I watched that abyss. I watched it ruin men, marriages, but most of all, it ruins the children.”
“- Barry Grissom: You want the contract, you're signing a confidentiality agreement; it's gonna be bulletproof, and it's gonna be retroactive. Because Marty's too nice to say it, but with everything you know about this place and the clients here and the people who work here, it makes it a little weird when you come in and ask for 80 grand.
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