friendship, Bill Clinton
quotes with the word "paid"
CEOs are not paid to create strategy but find the people who can . . . They are not paid to write code but to find the people who can write the best code.
Only an ex-politician can say this - politicians are not really well paid by the standards of the private sector.
See the world. It's more fantastic than any dream made or paid for in factories. Ask for no guarantees, ask for no security.
I want you young people to remember that there was a time where people like us would be punished or killed for learning to read . . . I want you to come back to me and tell me how far you've gone from the street corner. Our ancestors paid a price for you to ride on this bus.
I don't believe in free music . . . Music is a sacrament. For the last decade, the interweb has had its way with music - we turned it around.
confirming U2 was paid by Apple upon release of album "Songs of Innocence" for free download
Economics in One Lesson . . . the first thing that happens when a law is passed that no one will be paid less than $30 for a 40-hour week is that no one who is not worth $30 a week to an employer will be employed at all. You cannot make a man worth a given amount by making it illegal for anyone to offer him less. You merely deprive him of the right to earn the amount his abilities and situation would permit him to earn, while you deprive the community even of the moderate services he is capable of rendering.
My fellow Americans, I am pleased to tell you today that I've signed legislation that will outlaw Russia forever. We begin bombing in five minutes.
In 1984, during a voice test for a paid political radio address from his California ranch, U.S. President Ronald Reagan joked that he had signed legislation that would . . .
You know, cotton balls, and footballs, and basketballs â€“ everybody gets paid except the one with the ball . . . Cotton picking wasn't so bad, it's just that the cotton picker couldn't own the field, couldn't own the land, couldn't own the gurney sacks it was put it in, they couldn't take it to the mill or to the gin, they couldn't turn the cotton into textiles, they couldn't turn the textiles into clothes. They could only pick the cotton. If you could have gone up the textile line, picking cotton would have been all right.
Republicans crossed over en masse to vote in the Democratic primary, and then the religious factor came in . . . Doctrinally I was outside the circle and paid for it.
You don't get anything for nothing . . . You work for everything you get. That's what he did, that's what his father did, that's what this country was built on. So we were taught that from the beginning. It was important that we listened and that we paid attention and we did well in school. If we didn't, we got a whipping. It wasn't too complicated. It made us better, stronger, and gave us a better understanding of what was expected of us and what we had to do.
We can never repay the debt we owe to the intrepid men and women who paid for our freedom with their lives, but we can remember their enormous sacrifices and pay tribute to their bravery and patriotism.
I'm already paid too much . . . I'm a spoiled rock star. I'm the wrong spokesperson for this, but I have to tell you: if I were starting a band now, aged 17 or 18, I would be very excited.... Though it is clear that there are some traumas as we move from physical to digital and 20th century to 21st century, and the people paying the highest price for those traumas are songwriters rather than performers, I still think forming a band is so exciting.
I think artists should be paid way more than they are . . . But the greatest way you serve your songs is to get them heard.
This is a company which has, more than any other technological company, sought to get musicians paid.
Piracy, file sharing and streaming have shrunk the numbers of paid album sales drastically ... Music is art, and art is important and rare. Important, rare things are valuable. Valuable things should be paid for. It's my opinion that music should not be free ...
I don't get paid at all, but they recently named a garbage truck after me.
'Designed by Apple in California' has a nicer ring to it than 'Assembled by workers paid about a dollar per hour, working 11 -hour shifts, and sleeping eight to a room in the Jabil Circuit corporate dormitories in Wuxi, China,' . . . But, no matter how you spin it on the iPhone packaging, you continue to turn away.
I was getting paid, like, a year late all the time.
I would say that a good dad is somebody that doesn't see parenting as a chore but also views it as an internship where we're always learning . . . Similar to an internship, you're not getting paid. What you're getting out of it is an incredible skill set. ... Being a parent, it's ever-evolving. The skill set you have for dealing with a newborn or 2-year-old is different from a 10-year-old. So I'm still learning. And I'm forgetting things and relearning them again. I definitely identify myself as in a state of learning.
Well, let's see. I once fell through a hole in the stage. I used to wear a bullet belt, right? It was chrome, you know, and I crushed two of the fucking bullets flat with my hip bone. That was an interesting half hour. Once we got on stage, by, like, the third song, I couldn't move at all from the waist down. But, you know, you have to go on 'cause there's three to four thousand people who have paid good money. You can't leave them just lying there, if you can help it. Any time we've ever canceled anything, it was because we couldn't actually physically do it.
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