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|HONESTY HONEYMOON No man is born perpendicular, although many men |
are born upright. -E. B. White Honesty is the best policy — when there is money
in it. — Mark Twain Some persons are likable in spite of their unswerving integrity
|Honesty may be the best policy, but it's important to remember that apparently, by |
elimination, dishonesty is the second-best policy. GEORGE CARLIN The ... RITA
RUDNER Honesty is the best policy - when there is money in it. MARK TWAIN ...
|HONESTY Honesty is the best policy—when there is money in it. There are |
people who think that honesty is always the best policy.This is a superstition.
There are times when the appearance of it is worth six of it. Yes, even I am
|But we remember with charity that his intentions were good. ... Twain is a rich |
source of wisdom concerning public speaking: "Written things are not for speech;
their form is literary; they ... "Honesty is the best policy — when there is money in
|Fewer things improve morale faster than allowing employees to put their own |
stamp, a piece of their uniqueness, onto their ... without Creating Fearful,
Frustrated, and Angry Employees • 5 “Honesty is the best policy—when there is
|Three. Three. Honesty is the best policy, when there's money in it. —MARK |
TWAIN ... Other girls were out having a good time; I was at home listening to
Duran Duran with the door firmly locked (don't ask). It wasn't a great existence,
but I was ...
|D ON M ARQUIS A man's idea of honesty in a relationship is telling you his real |
name. R ITA RUDNER Honestyis the best policy – when there is money in it.
MARK TWAIN Honestyis the best policy – there's less competition.
|There are certain chances that the most prudent man is justified in taking—|
chances that he must take if he wishes to be more than a ... because even there
honesty was the best policy; the big money was in being square and not in
|all the children of my age in a good many streets, whose parents could afford to |
send them to it, went there too. ... for my father, economical as he was, was
determined to give his children as good an education as money could procure,
and my ...
|It would have consisted with the fulfilment of this guarantee to have paid a money |
equivalent, calculated by an Actuary. Further, there was but one other alternative
—Repudiation. I believe no statesman of modern times has incurred one tithe of ...