I was a grad student at UC Berkeley when I bought my Apple II and it suddenly because a lot more interesting than school.
I started working at Apple about 18 months after I bought my Apple II.
I knew the Apple II was great when I bought it, but as I dug into the details it just completely blew me away the creative artistic approach that the designers had taken.
My mother bought me a brand new suit for going away to college. We were poor, but she wanted me to have that. It was a powder blue suit with peg pants - you know, skinny at the bottom. I think I made quite an impression with that.
Companies are bought for their revenue, customer base, technology, or people. A few great companies offer all of these, but any valuable business offers one.
I loved riding bikes and horses. I was eight when I started having lessons, and when my father bought me my own horse I couldn't wait to go off on my own.
In department stores, so much kitchen equipment is bought indiscriminately by people who just come in for men's underwear.
I had a good time shooting in New Zealand. I almost bought a home there while I was there, because I loved it so much.
Vintage rock T-shirts are the best. I have about 50 or 60, most bought on eBay for a few pounds. You can always tell which ones are genuine because there'll be lots of pictures showing you the holes.
My biological mother made my clothes or bought my clothes from Salvation Army or Goodwill.
Gratitude is one of those things that cannot be bought. It must be born with men, or else all the obligations in the world will not create it.
I've never bought a Dylan record. A singing poet? It just bores me to tears. I've got to tell you, if I had 10 Dylans in the final of 'American Idol,' we would not be getting 30 million viewers a week. I don't believe the Bob Dylans of this world would make 'American Idol 'a better show.
Whenever I made money I invested in myself... I bought whatever I needed to make my career better. I never really spent money on other stuff, like buying expensive cars.
With glitzy add-ons, the bright, girly dress you bought for daywear becomes fancy enough for evening.
Oh, my, yes. I was raised in this Southern culture where if a guy was sarcastic, that just meant he didn't know how to show his love - but secretly he cared! I completely bought that. The men I chased and the things I put up with - it was criminal.
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