Motors At 47 Quotes

Motors At 47 Quotes: There are two types of people-anchors and motors. You want to lose the anchors and get with the motors because the motors are going somewhere and they're having more fun. The anchors will just drag you down.
The best values cannot be taught at school but can be learned at home.
Author: Jesse Neo
Those who are with you at your worst deserves you at your best.
Author: Jesse Neo
Barack Obama likes to point to General Motors as the poster child for the job creation success of his economic policies. However, whatever your sentiments about the government's bailout of General Motors, for every job Barack Obama 'saved-or-created' in the U.S. there were two jobs off shore.
Author: Bob Beauprez
Look at yourself first before complaining.
Author: Jesse Neo
Choose the right path at all times.
Author: Jesse Neo
Perfection is just how we look at it.
Author: Jesse Neo
All hardwork will be paid at the right time.
Author: Jesse Neo
Accept that being lonely at times is a normal feeling.
Author: Jesse Neo
Life is not a race. Travel at your own pace.
Author: Jesse Neo
Life will always be beautiful depending on how we look at it.
Author: Jesse Neo
Love is not chased, it comes to you at the right time.
Author: Jesse Neo
Be like the moon. If you cannot give light, then at least reflect it.
Author: Jesse Neo
General Motors could buy Delaware if DuPont were willing to sell it.
Author: Ralph Nader
When I look at you, all I can see is love.
Author: Jesse Neo
When I look at the future, all I can is you.
Author: Jesse Neo
At the end of the day, we only want to be happy.
Author: Jesse Neo
Do you know what the three most exciting sounds in the world are? Anchor chains, airplane motors and train whistles.
I hate to let people down. I was like that in sports and I was like that in comedy. I was like that at work. When I worked General Motors and stuff like that, when I say something, I mean it.
Author: Bernie Mac
You could transfer Congress over to run Standard Oil or General Motors, and they would have both things bankrupt in two years.
Author: Will Rogers