Thursday, September 9, 2010

Quote of the day! 2010/09/09

I like the quote, although I think it is the other way around.

It's easy to make a buck. It's a lot tougher to make a difference.
- Tom Brokaw




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27 comments:

  1. awesome now I'm following 2 quote blogs.

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  2. I'd say it can be oftenly harder to make a difference, it just depends on how far you're willing to go. Also, a difference can be either good or bad, it's important to make a concious differentiation. Followed, the quotes are good. :)

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  3. his last name is quite the contrary.."broke kaw"
    lol

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  4. welcome on blogspot!
    and i love the quote

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  5. lol would need some bucks right now

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  6. It's all in relation to your mindset. if you have a good job where your not having to decide between rice or nothing for dinner then yeah, it's easy to make a buck. but if you have the mindset that all life is a struggle then it's harder to make a buck, but easier to help an old lady mow her yard.

    I'm the oddity no job but find it easy to help people(/=money)

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  7. Agreed. A lot of people value money a little bit too much.

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  8. Heh, Yeah I guess it depends on the context. Its easy to make a difference at some things, too easy.

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  9. Can't argue with that quote. Thanks for the support, I'll be giving it right back...COMRADE XD

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  10. There can actually be a lot of meaning behind this if you really think about it.

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  11. id say both are as hard as eachother

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  12. True, that should be reversed. If it was easy to make a buck then we wouldn't be in this recession with people everywhere looking to make a buck.

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  13. Lots of love from a fellow blogger, especially since I used to live in NYC

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  14. I'd agree. Getting money is easier than changing things.

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  15. That might and might not be true, depending how how you see things :)

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  16. what an interesting perspective...

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  17. I wish more people lived this quote, but it will never happen lol

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