Remind people that profit is the difference between revenue and expense. This makes you look smart.
By : Scott Adams
Insanity in individuals is something rare - but in groups, parties, nations and epochs, it is the rule.
By : Friedrich Nietzsche
If there were a clear prospect that such evils were part of a barbarian past, then at least we might find a small crumb of comfort. No such prospect exists: no scientific analysis can even remotely answer or account for past and present horrors of human behaviour.
By : Simon Conway Morris
I was in the main draw from the start, my opening match was on Court One against Jan Eric Lundquist of Sweden who was about eight in the world at the time.
By : John Newcombe
We can put our head in the sand and continue to lose jobs overseas and to other states, or we can say, 'You know what? We are not going to lose another job from California, and we're going to be the very best place to start and grow a business.' So I'll be the chief sales officer for California businesses.
By : Meg Whitman
The results of this survey are shocking and should be a wake-up call to men and women that drinking and smoking too much not only gives you a bad headache in the morning but can affect your ability to start a family.
By : Ann Robinson
In the wars of the European powers in matters relating to themselves we have never taken any part, not does it comport with our policy so to do. It is only when our rights are invaded or seriously menaced that we resent injuries or make preparation for our defence.
By : James Monroe
Nowadays you need so much money to be able to launch a new artist, notably in America
By : Giorgio Moroder
They say Princes learn no art truly, but the art of horsemanship. The reason is, the brave beast is no flatterer. He will throw a prince as soon as his groom.
By : Ben Jonson
I'm very envious of the few artists who are any good and still do portraits.
By : Howard Hodgkin
We are like ignorant shepherds living on a site where great civilizations once flourished. The shepherds play with the fragments that pop up to the surface, having no notion of the beautiful structures of which they were once a part.
By : Allan Bloom