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|In fact some things we would prefer to have less of. ... Things we want none of |
even at a zero price are called bads, the opposite of goods. ... Albert Einstein
once observed, “Sometimes one pays the most for things one gets for nothing.” ...
|Some things that cost $5 to buy several years ago now costs $10 just to repair. ... |
Cariton Pearson Sometimes I lie awake at night, and I ask, "Where have 1 gone
wrong?" Then a ... Sometimes one pays most for the things one gets for nothing.
|ELEVEN. Something. for. Nothing. "Sometimes one pays most for the things one |
gets for nothing." — Albert Einstein Farnsworth and Skee Turner decided to go
ahead with their dream of building a television studio that would be physically
|Imagination is more important than knowledge. Sometimes one pays most for |
the things one gets for nothing. Common sense is the collection of prejudices
acquired by age eighteen. Albert Einstein on being asked to describe radio: ...
|... price one has to pay for it. —WILLIAM JAMES Every profound experience has |
to be paid for with one's own life—and with that of others. ... ——ELIZABETH
BIBESCO Sometimes one pays most for the things one gets for nothing. —-
|“Sometimes one pays most for the things one gets for nothing.” Albert Einstein |
BACKGROUND We don't know exactly what (or who) Einstein had in mind when
he wrote the above quote, but it perfectly fits today's solar energy generation ...
|"Sometimes the commencement speaker tells the graduating group that 'the |
world is theirs' and follows that comforting assurance with suggestions as to what
they should do with ... "Sometimes one pays most for the things one gets for
|“sometImes one pays most for the thIngs one gets for nothIng.” —eInsteIn a few |
miles ouTside of Zurich, yohaba Told rulon abouT the car crash that killed her
mother and father. It turned out Alex had been driving. Her parents could never ...
|Sometimes one pays most for the things one gets for nothing. The point is to |
develop the childlike inclination for play and the childlike desire for recognition
and to guide the child over to important fields for society. Such a school demands
|Philip A. Grisolia. 950. He who thinks he can afford to be negligent is not far from |
being poor. Sam ael Johnson 951. A concept is stronger than a fact. C/larloz'te P.
Gfllman 952. Sometimes one pays most for the things one gets for nothing.