Quotes by well-spent
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Swiss type designer and businessman 1962-
A good typeface is like a well-crafted English or Italian suit: it always looks perfect.
American writer 1810-1850
A house is not a home unless it contains food and fire for the mind as well as the body.
American recording artist, film composer, songwriter and producer 1978-
A lot of bad music sells a million copies; I don't think it's a good litmus test for whether things are going well.
American stand-up comedian and actor 1929-
A lot of money is spent trying to keep people alive who don't necessarily want to be alive.
American composer and producer
A lot of musicians don't learn the business. You just have to be well-rounded in both areas. You have to understand publishing. You have to understand how you make money, what's in demand, what helps you make the most out of your talent.Source: On running a label
Australian actress and theatre 1969-
A lot of people are frightened by old age - by being around people who are, basically, on their way out - but I'm fascinated by it. It's an amazing thing to be around someone who has had a life well lived.
English football manager and player 1957-
A lot of people, some of them close to me as well, have said that I sacrificed myself by doing what I did in bringing Terry on board. I didn't see it that way.
American actress 1964-
A lot of the tabloid stories are written so well, they're very clever and very funny. But you have to focus on what's really important and not read them - don't dive into it and don't get caught up in it.
A man cannot leave a better legacy to the world than a well-educated family.
A man may as well open an oyster without a knife, as a lawyer's mouth without a fee.
Henry David Thoreau
American writer 1817-1862
A man thinks as well through his legs and arms as this brain.
French politician, physician, and journalist 1841-1929
A man's life is interesting primarily when he has failed - I well know. For it's a sign that he tried to surpass himself.
American politician 1758-1808
A monarchy is a merchantman which sails well, but will sometimes strike on a rock, and go to the bottom; a republic is a raft which will never sink, but then your feet are always in the water.
British Dramatist, Poet 1573-1637
A new disease? I know not, new or old, but it may well be called poor mortals plague for, like a pestilence, it doth infect the houses of the brain till not a thought, or motion, in the mind, be free from the black poison of suspect.
American writer and publisher 1859-1915
A poor man who eats too much, as contradistinguished from a gourmand, who is a rich man who ''lives well.''
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