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Yeah, well when I first started working, it was $5 a show; it was probably a little higher by the time I got to my own show, but I remember that they put me under contract at $100 a week, which to me was really an astronomical price.
Adversity is a great teacher, but this teacher makes us pay dearly for its instruction; and often the profit we derive, is not worth the price we paid.
Today's stock market actually hates technology, as shown by all-time low price/earnings ratios for major public technology companies.
We hold our heads high, despite the price we have paid, because freedom is priceless.
What made women's labour particularly attractive to the capitalists was not only its lower price but also the greater submissiveness of women.
There is a price to pay for accomplishment.
Edwin Louis Cole
I don't think we're going to see the price of oil going down in the near future, that's the reality.
Freedom has a price. Most people aren't willing to pay it.
Seduction is always more singular and sublime than sex and it commands the higher price.
Everything you want in life has a price connected to it. There's a price to pay if you want to make things better, a price to pay just for leaving things as they are, a price for everything.
One of the things about acting is it allows you to live other people's lives without having to pay the price.
Robert De Niro
Many scientists and economists also say putting a price on carbon through carbon taxes and/or cap-and-trade is necessary.
I hope people don't compare 2D and 3D because 3D's new, it's unfair to compare to 2D which is really sophisticated, even when we're jaded about it. 3D just began, give it a chance, let the equipment and projection system catch up and be better, let the price go down, let more filmmakers get a hold of it more easily.
We love peace, but not peace at any price.
Douglas William Jerrold
I defend both the freedom of expression and society's right to counter it. I must pay the price for differing. It is the natural way of things.
I've got personal views on the '60s. You can't have freedom without paying the price for it.
If you want your energy bills to go up, you should support an ever greater dependence on foreign oil, because the rate of new discoveries is declining as demand in China and India is growing, and the price of oil and thus the price of coal will go sky high.
When Obama was inaugurated, he and his team had an insight - though whether the insight was conscious or not I don't know. But it was this: The TARP $700 billion price tag was a new kind of model.
Companies that pollute should be taxed so that a product's cost to society is reflected in the price of that product.
You know, I've got experiences going back to the wage price controls in the Nixon administration where, in effect, we had what I think was a terrible mistake, in that case a Republican administration, where moved in and tried to control the wages, prices and profits of every enterprise in America. It was a huge mistake.
With the price of life these days, you've got to get everything for free you can.
The attacks of September 11 - and subsequent acts of terror from London to Madrid to Fort Hood, Texas - embody the most repulsive of human instincts, the will to power at the price of the lives of others.
We pay a price when special interests win out over the collective national interest.
I value peace when it is not bought at the price of fundamental decencies.
Some solutions are relatively simple and would provide economic benefits: implementing measures to conserve energy, putting a price on carbon through taxes and cap-and-trade and shifting from fossil fuels to clean and renewable energy sources.
The price of justice is eternal publicity.
I like to think the price I paid by being open about my private life helped.
I sell myself for the highest price. Exactly like a prostitute. There is no difference.
We rushed into renewable energy without any thought. The schemes are largely hopelessly inefficient and unpleasant. I personally can't stand windmills at any price.
Governments that use violence to stop democratic development will not earn themselves respite forever. They will pay an increasingly high price for actions which they can no longer hide from the world with ease, and will find themselves on the wrong side of history.
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