Saving Related Quotes



“Simply put, the round-the-clock helicopter rescue missions conducted by many services across three states, potentially saving thousands of citizens, was not a 'Hollywood role' by our military and Coast Guard personnel,”

Pat Roberts


“The appeal is to cover the immediate life-saving and early recovery needs for only the first six months of the emergency phase.”

Yvette Stevens


“Men become wise just as they become rich, more by what they save than by what they receive”

Wilbur Wright


“We ended up saving about 15 percent of those gap fillers that were installed with the old process, while all others in our first priority region were replaced.”

Dan Bell


“We have become ninety-nine percent money mad. The method of living at home modestly and within our income, laying a little by systematically for the proverbial rainy day which is due to come, can almost be listed among the lost arts.”

George Washington Carver


“I met him about one minute before I went out to warm up. The next thing I know, he's saving my game.”

Casey Fossum


“Baby Boomers are saving more and spending less. Most folks don't think they'll see much in the way of Social Security dollars, so there's a big need for retirement savings.”

Scott Pape


“One thing that concerned me was seeing Ted (Musgrave) in my rearview mirror. I knew he was saving his truck to make a run at the end of the race.”

David Starr


“I'm a true product of Earth Day. I got excited about saving the environment years ago at an Earth Day event.”

William Mitsch


“The primary seat belt bill has something for everyone. If you are a humanitarian, you can feel good about saving upwards of 40 lives and preventing more than 400 injuries on an annual basis. If you are a fiscal conservative, you can feel good knowing this bill does not spend one single dime out of the state's general fund. If you are libertarian in nature, you can feel good about the fact that fewer deaths and injuries means less infringement on the health care system supported by tax payers.”

Gail Weinholzer