I was raised as a Catholic, but I got up to go to church because I thought I'd be hit by a bolt of lightning if I didn't.
They decided as part of my 75th birthday celebrations that I would be entitled to fly first class. I'll be honest, I'm not good at flying anymore. To my credit, I can stretch out on two coach seats.
I want the last cheque I write to bounce.
I suppose in the back of my mind I was always one of those guys who had a disdain for money. It had a value if you wanted to buy something, but if you didn't want to buy something, you didn't need it.
I'm a shabby dresser.
It's the intelligent thing to be frugal.
I watched a little girl cover her face up and leave her hands in front of her mouth. I saw that girl after surgery, and she was smiling... that's a great source of satisfaction.
I was with a special services unit in the Korean war, and when I got out, the biggest thing I got was a GI scholarship.
Most large companies structure their affairs so that they minimize their tax payments. As long as you do it within the law, it's OK.
I happen to enjoy grilled cheese and tomato sandwiches.
I don't dislike money, but there's only so much money you can use.
When you are 81 years old, you don't really need a lot of the trappings of wealth.