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Getting Under People's Skin Quotes By Milton Friedman: Rapid increases in the quantity of money produce Rapid increases in the quantity of money produce inflation. Sharp decreases produce depression. Milton Friedman
Getting Under People's Skin Quotes By Elizabeth Lesser: Fear is a sneaky thief, stealing away precious Fear is a sneaky thief, stealing away precious moments of your life. — Elizabeth Lesser
Getting Under People's Skin Quotes By Benny Bellamacina: If your dreams are to hard to achieve, If your dreams are to hard to achieve, just achieve — Benny Bellamacina
Getting Under People's Skin Quotes By Michael Gove: I'm not interested in defending the position of I'm not interested in defending the position of those who already have money, power and privilege. — Michael Gove
Getting Under People's Skin Quotes By Jeremy Gutsche: Obsess about the next customer, not only the Obsess about the next customer, not only the ones you have. — Jeremy Gutsche
Getting Under People's Skin Quotes By Warren Spector: Before I got into electronic games, I was Before I got into electronic games, I was making table-top games. — Warren Spector
Getting Under People's Skin Quotes By Pierre Corneille: He who allows himself to be insulted deserves He who allows himself to be insulted deserves to be. — Pierre Corneille
Getting Under People's Skin Quotes By Richard Armitage: I'm probably more of a new man. I'm I'm probably more of a new man. I'm not particularly alpha. 'Nourish and nurture' are my watchwords as opposed to 'search and destroy'. — Richard Armitage
Getting Under People's Skin Quotes By Mac Miller: With 'Blue Slide Park' I wanted to have With 'Blue Slide Park' I wanted to have a number one album, and I did do it, so I'm not mad at it, but that was its goal. — Mac Miller
Getting Under People's Skin Quotes By Edward Tufte: The point of the essay is to change The point of the essay is to change things. — Edward Tufte