|#911||According to all the latest reports, there was no truth in any of the|
|#912||Advertising is a valuable economic factor because it is the cheapest|
way of selling goods, particularly if the goods are worthless.
-- Sinclair Lewis
|#913||Advertising is the rattling of a stick inside a swill bucket.|
-- George Orwell
|#914||Advertising may be described as the science of arresting the human|
intelligence long enough to get money from it.
|#915||After all is said and done, a hell of a lot more is said than done.|
|#916||After any salary raise, you will have less money at the end of the|
month than you did before.
|#917||All I ask is a chance to prove that money can't make me happy.|
|#918||All the big corporations depreciate their possessions, and you can, too,|
provided you use them for business purposes. For example, if you subscribe
to the Wall Street Journal, a business-related newspaper, you can deduct the
cost of your house, because, in the words of U.S. Supreme Court Chief
Justice Warren Burger in a landmark 1979 tax decision: "Where else are you
going to read the paper? Outside? What if it rains?"
-- Dave Barry, "Sweating Out Taxes"
|#919||All this big deal about white collar crime -- what's WRONG with white collar|
crime? Who enjoys his job today? You? Me? Anybody? The only satisfying
part of any job is coffee break, lunch hour and quitting time. Years ago
there was at least the hope of improvement -- eventual promotion -- more
important jobs to come. Once you can be sold the myth that you may make
president of the company you'll hardly ever steal stamps. But nobody
believes he's going to be president anymore. The more people change jobs
the more they realize that there is a direct connection between working for
a living and total stupefying boredom. So why NOT take revenge? You're not
going to find ME knocking a guy because he pads an expense account and his
home stationery carries the company emblem. Take away crime from the white
collar worker and you will rob him of his last vestige of job interest.
-- J. Feiffer
|#920||All this wheeling and dealing around, why, it isn't for money, it's for fun.|
Money's just the way we keep score.
-- Henry Tyroon
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