Quotes with office
I actually use a computer a lot. I have three computers that I use on a regular basis - one is on my desk top in my Washington office, another is at home, and I have my laptop that I use when I'm travelling.
Mail your packages early so the post office can lose them in time for Christmas.
When [a politician] is in opposition, he is an expert on the means to some end; and when he is in office he is an expert on the obstacles to it. In short, when he is impotent he proves to us that the thing is easy; and when he is omnipotent he proves that it is impossible.
Illustrated London News (April 6, 1918)
What I don't like about office Christmas parties is looking for a job the next day.
The brain is a wonderful organ. It starts working the moment you get up in the morning and does not stop until you get into the office.
When we got into office, the thing that surprised me most was to find that things were just as bad as we'd been saying they were.
May 27, 1961
I will not take the low road to the highest office in this land. I want the presidency in the best way, not the worst way.
Remarks following the South Carolina Primary (February 19, 2000)
I remember when I sat there in the Evil Emperor's swivel chair and George [Lucas] said things like 'does it remind you of the Oval office?'
Interview with The Guardian, published November 7, 2005
Democracy is a pathetic belief in the collective wisdom of individual ignorance. No one in this world, so far as I know -- and I have researched the records for years, and employed agents to help me -- has ever lost money by underestimating the intelligence of the great masses of the plain people. Nor has anyone ever lost public office thereby.
'Notes On Journalism' in the Chicago Tribune (19 September 1926)
Windows are as essential to office prestige as Christmas is to retailing.
Christmas begins about the first of December with an office party and ends when you finally realize what you spent, around April fifteenth of the next year.
Anyone who has taken the oath I have just taken must feel a heavy weight of responsibility. If not, he has no conception of the powers and duties of the office upon which he is about to enter, or he is lacking in a proper sense of the obligation which the oath imposes.
Inaugural Address (March 4, 1909). Opening paragraph.
I came to office with one deliberate intent, to change Britain from a dependent to a self-reliant society, from a give-it-to-me to a do-it-yourself nation. A get-up-and-go, instead of a sit-back-and-wait-for-it Britain.
I come to the office each morning and stay for long hours doing what has to be done to the best of my ability. And when you've done the best you can, you can't do any better. So when I go to sleep I turn everything over to the Lord and forget it.