— Vivian Stanshall English musician, artist and author 1943 - 1995
Sir Henry at Rawlinson End (1978)
„I am very underleveraged. I have a great company. I have a tremendous income. And the reason I say that is not in a braggadocios way. It's because it's about time that this country had somebody running it that has an idea about money.“
— Donald J. Trump 45th President of the United States of America 1946
2010s, 2016, September, First presidential debate (September 26, 2016)
„When I came to New York it was the first time I'd ever taken a plane, the first time I'd ever gotten a taxi-cab, the first time for everything. And I came here with 35 dollars in my pocket. It was the bravest thing I'd ever done.“
— Madonna American singer, songwriter, and actress 1958
„Me? I'm loyal and honest, and I'm a good person. I call a spade a spade. Money doesn't make me; I make money. Without money, I'd be the same person.“
— Floyd Mayweather Jr. American boxer 1977
2010s, 2015, Interview with Jim Gray (September 2015)
„It's never been for love of money. I thank God for it because it makes me a living. But I sing because I love it, not because of the dollar signs.“
— George Jones American musician, singer and songwriter 1931 - 2013
Billboard - 28 Oct 2006 - Page 48 https://books.google.com/books?id=KQ8EAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA48&lpg=PA48&dq=It%27s+never+been+for+love+of+money.+I+thank+God+for+it+because+it+makes+me+a+living.+But+I+sing+because+I+love+it,+not+because+of+the+dollar+signs.&source=bl&ots=98m-74BYnT&sig=4S5wWfO72ZmDRBRCgUscFVFDd1Q&hl=en&sa=X&ei=6Ts3VfGnNIqfygOv4YGYDA&ved=0CCIQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=It's%20never%20been%20for%20love%20of%20money.%20I%20thank%20God%20for%20it%20because%20it%20makes%20me%20a%20living.%20But%20I%20sing%20because%20I%20love%20it%2C%20not%20because%20of%20the%20dollar%20signs.&f=false.
„I'd not only be cheating myself, but I'd be cheating my teammates if I continued to make the money that I was making and wasn't producing or putting out to the level of payment that I was receiving. That's just me.“
— Marshall Faulk All-American college football player, professional football player, running back, Pro Football Hall of Fame member 1973
The Seattle Times 2005-09-08.
„I also was afraid I was a very bad actress, because I'd become famous very fast and was making money for people. When you're making money, they're never going to tell you whether you're good or bad. They don't care. I knew that if I had any talent, this would kill it. I never wanted to be a famous bad actress!“
— Salma Hayek Mexican-American actress and producer 1966
O interview (2003)
„I never said money is freedom! I said money buys freedom. BUYS! What does that mean, money is freedom? This is ridiculous: Money is freedom. It means nothing. What do you think, that a dollar in a savings account is freedom? Maybe you have understood nothing I have said. You are trying to make me sound like an American average citizen.“
— Klaus Kinski German actor 1926 - 1991
„If she wanted my money, I'd give her every cent. If she wanted another man, I'd make her forget him“
— Sylvia Day American writer 1973
Источник: Captivated by You
„No amount of money changes what I do between 'action' and 'cut'… Before I got into the industry, I never imagined I'd have anywhere near the money I have now… I don’t need any more. It's not that I don’t want the money, it's just that I would have been really happy sitting on a beach or surfing every morning… I never had money, and I was very happy without it. When I die, my money's not gonna come with me. My movies will live on – for people to judge what I was as a person. I just want to stay curious.“
— Heath Ledger Australian actor 1979 - 2008
Interview remarks quoted by Honie Stevens, "Squaring the Ledger" https://archive.is/20121206021747/www.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/story/0,22049,22763328-5006011,00.html, The Daily Telegraph, November 18, 2007.
„I'd like to have money. And I'd like to be a good writer. These two can come together, and I hope they will, but if that's too adorable, I'd rather have money.“
— Dorothy Parker American poet, short story writer, critic and satirist 1893 - 1967
„But I'd felt as if I'd pissed my life away in the same way that you can piss money away. I'd had a life, full of kids and wives and jobs and all the usual stuff, and I'd somehow managed to mislay it. No, you see, that's not right. I knew where my life was, just as you know where the money goes when you piss it away. I hadn't mislaid it at all. I'd spent it.“
— Nick Hornby, книга A Long Way Down
A Long Way Down (2005)
„I guess you could say that I was somewhat withdrawn from my classmates. I spent a good deal of time being a loner. I suppose that had something to do with the way we lived — always on the move, never living in one town very long. It's very hard to make lasting friendships that way.“
— Sharon Tate actress, victim of murder by Charles Manson followers 1943 - 1969
As quoted in Screen Stories magazine (1967)
Контексте: I guess you could say that I was somewhat withdrawn from my classmates. I spent a good deal of time being a loner. I suppose that had something to do with the way we lived — always on the move, never living in one town very long. It's very hard to make lasting friendships that way. And my father was rather strict with me and my two younger sisters. He insisted on proper behaviour and very often vetoed our choices of boyfriends. There was always a curfew whenever my sisters or I would go out on a date — we had to be home on time or else. But I never resented his authority. In fact, I'm thankful for my strict upbringing; I feel it has helped me learn discipline — and that's very important in this business.
— Ihara Saikaku Japanese writer 1642 - 1693
Book II, ch. 5.
The Japanese Family Storehouse (1688)
— Lady Gaga American singer, songwriter, and actress 1986
Lady Gaga Has No Cash http://www.contactmusic.com/news.nsf/story/lady-gaga-has-no-cash_1109325.
— Warren Farrell author, spokesperson, expert witness, political candidate 1943
Источник: Why Men Earn More (2005), p. xxii.
„Ultimately I am an employee of a corporation, and that’s weird, and does contradict some of the things I believe in. But at the same time, I have to make a living.“
— Andrew Hurley American musician 1980
The Boys With the Car-Crash Hearts (March 8, 2007)