When I review my contract, it is to make sure that I am not going to get in trouble or not paid. Then afterward, people say, 'Did you make sure they gave you a green room,' and I'm like, 'No, I didn't get any of the cool stuff.'
That's the problem with relationships, It's a contract. You agree to be some unchanging caricature of yourself. To act the same way all the time. Never to change. It's counter-evolutionary. How can anything new and good come into your life, if you're holding on to something that doesn't exist anymore?
The bigger the contract, the bigger the responsibility.
Love is not of value when this superficial contract must be drawn up, representing the two worlds that enclose us.
Coco J. Ginger
I'm really lucky to be in the TV industry and to have a regular yearly contract. That gives me security.
People go hard with the scams. Make sure you know who you're working with and what the contract says.
You just never know with contract situations and the whole business side of it. I'm here now and I'm happy to be here now. The future will take care of itself.
The marriage bond is more than a civil contract. It is a reward for loving well.
Yes, Gonzales said theres a contract, ... But he did not explain it and said, Sir, Ill just put this in writing. Ill report to you so we will know what it is that can be divulged as far as that particular contract is concerned.
He got off to a tough start. And having that big contract, pitching at home, can sometimes weigh on you. I don't think he'd admit that, but you really want to start things right, especially being back home, with a new team. And that didn't happen for him.
24.9 percent of American children live in poverty, while the proportions in Germany, France and Italy are 8.6, 7.4 and 10.5 percent. And once born on the wrong side of the tracks, Americans are more likely to stay there than their counterparts in Europe. Those born to better-off families are more likely to stay better off. America is developing an aristocracy of the rich and a serfdom of the poor - the inevitable result of a twenty-year erosion of its social contract.
America's 'social contract' is equal opportunity... yet we have failed in achieving that seminal goal.