It's the intelligent thing to be frugal.
I want the last cheque I write to bounce.
I had one idea that never changed in my mind - that you should use your wealth to help people.
I was with a special services unit in the Korean war, and when I got out, the biggest thing I got was a GI scholarship.
I always tried to live my life as though nothing changed. People would say, 'You can have a Rolls-Royce'. I'd say to that, 'What do I want with a Rolls-Royce when I can have a Volkswagen or a bike?' Some people get carried away with the juice.
I suppose in the back of my mind I was always one of those guys who had a disdain for money. It had a value if you wanted to buy something, but if you didn't want to buy something, you didn't need it.
A lot of wealthy people, they don't realize they have the alternatives of spending the money for good.
How to become a millionaire? Become a billionaire first.
I cannot think of a more personally rewarding and appropriate use of wealth than to give while one is living.
I don't dislike money, but there's only so much money you can use.
I happen to enjoy grilled cheese and tomato sandwiches.
I was raised as a Catholic, but I got up to go to church because I thought I'd be hit by a bolt of lightning if I didn't.
I'd be the last guy to tell a wealthy person what to do with their money. They're entitled to do whatever they want.
I'm a competitive type of person, whether it's playing a game of basketball or playing business games.
I'm a shabby dresser.
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