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We've got to get away from this 'button, button, who's got the button' business. This is an administrative shell game. Someone else always has the pea.
During public questioning of a government agency official. As quoted in Kiplinger's Personal Finance, January 1951.
Bill Gates is the pope of the personal computer industry. He decides who's going to build.
My entire life has been spent thinking about this game. That's pretty narrow ... I don't view myself as a person who's well-versed in very many subjects. I'm not proud of that.
I just took the chance to be my own man ... I just said: 'If you don't like it, kiss my ass.' ... Most people around the country, or around the world, are basically working people who want to be free, who want to be themselves. They look at me and see someone trying to do that ... I'm the guy who's showing people, hey, it's all right to be different. And I think they feel: 'Let's go and see this guy entertain us.'
I had to get comfortable with knowing that one of my weaknesses was my weight. Especially growing up with Venus, who's so tall and slim and model-like, and me, I'm thick and hips and everything. I used to feel like I wanted to be her. I wanted to be thin, but it wasn't me, so I had to learn that I'm going to have larger boobs. I'm going to be bigger, and just enjoy that. So I think it's good for a lot of other girls who are curvy or more bodacious to be confident in themselves.
Interview with Rolling Stone, 6/18/2013
When you retire you go from Who's Who to Who's That?
A year after retirement from the position of CEO.