quote by Red Buttons

Amelia Earhart, who said, Stop looking for me; see if you can find my luggage! Never got a dinner!

— Red Buttons

Most Powerful Amelia Earhart quotations

You can't go to the bathroom alone... you might not come back. Cause no girl's ever been to the bathroom alone and survived. It's true. The last woman that attempted it, it was 1937 and her name was Amelia Earhart.

Because of [Amelia Earhart], we had more women available to fly in the 1940's to help us get through World War II. And because of these women, women of my generation are able to look back and say, 'Hey, they did it. They even flew military airplanes, we can do it, too.'

I met a congressman who claimed that he could introduce me to two people who saw Amelia Earhart.

I met a congressman who claimed that he could introduce me to two people who saw Amelia Earhart.

This is very ambitious, but I don't care.

I'm just gonna go ahead and find Amelia Earhart. Every day that goes by, I just fear the worst for her.

Growing up, I would say Wonder Woman and Nancy Drew were definite role models for me. Historically, I know Amelia Earhart stands out for me.

Later, I became the manager for Amelia Earhart, until, well, you know.

Even under Apple founder Steve Jobs, the company did emphasize values.

Remember the Think Different ad campaign that used pictures of the Dalai Lama, Amelia Earhart, Mahatma Gandhi? But Jobs focused on the integrity of Apple's products.

Waiting for supply-side economics to work is like leaving the landing lights on for Amelia Earhart.

The magnificent thing about her [Amelia Earhart] is, in the eyes of the world, she simply never died. Her fear never witnessed, her failure never recorded, her shiny twin-engine Electra never recovered. Earhart's legacy of inspiration is amplified because her adventure is perpetual. We don't think of her as dead; we think of her as missing. She is forever flying, somewhere beyond Lae, over that limitless blue horizon.

Some people help thousands of people directly, like Marie Curie or Susan B.

Anthony. Others help us by inspiring us, like Amelia Earhart. But you do have to help someone.

On the day my daughter was born, I started writing a book for her.

The plan was that, over the course of her life, I'd fill it with advice on how to be a strong woman. But along the way, I got caught up in the stories of Amelia Earhart, Sally Ride, and so many others. So how do you pick the best heroes for your kids?

Are there any other missing persons living under your roof? Elvis? Jimmy Hoffa? Amelia Earhart? I'd just like full disclosure now, before we go any further.