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 Matt Asay - “My prediction This move will be completely forgotten. Few to nobody will use it. And, 6 to 12 months from now, Oracle will have to give a real response to the open-source threat it faces. Tossing a lightweight database in front of a fast-moving market that wants free, open, and killer databases just won't fly.”
 John Kasay - “Even though he didn't do a great deal between the hedges, there's no way of telling how much he helped that football team achieve its goal by making everybody go like hell all the time.”
 John Kasay - “It should be a lot of fun. Stick around and watch.”
 John Kasay - “I've always tried to make practice like the games and games like practice. NFL games are often very emotional the energy, the momentum. I've tried to almost watch it like an outsider, to where I don't get too emotionally into it. Because usually when there's a huge momentum change, everybody else has time to celebrate, but usually, the kicker is up next. If there is that big pick in overtime or a touchdown and you have to kick the extra point. You take the opposite tack and ramp all that back down.”
 Gary Asay - “Illinois pork producers and the pork industry are committed to providing a safe, quality, affordable protein source, while caring for the environment, being a good neighbor, and adding economic development to our economy.”
 John Kasay - “There are a lot of people in the organization I do still know. It's a great group of people. There are a lot of relationships that I miss, and it's always fun to be able to rekindle those a little bit.”
 John Kasay - “I've always tried to make practice like the games and games like practice. NFL games are often very emotional the energy, the momentum. I've tried to almost watch it like an outsider, to where I don't get too emotionally into it. Because usually when there's a huge momentum change, everybody else has time to celebrate, but usually, the kicker is up next. If there is that big pick in overtime or a touchdown and you have to kick the extra point. You take the opposite tack and ramp all that back down.”
 John Kasay - “I've always tried to make practice like the games and games like practice. NFL games are often very emotional the energy, the momentum. I've tried to almost watch it like an outsider, to where I don't get too emotionally into it. Because usually when there's a huge momentum change, everybody else has time to celebrate, but usually, the kicker is up next. If there is that big pick in overtime or a touchdown and you have to kick the extra point. You take the opposite tack and ramp all that back down.”
 John Kasay - “I caught it a little late, ... I was trying to make a really good kick. I got it a little high and a little outside.”
 Gary Asay - “Representative Myers has been a true friend to the pork industry, has always been willing to listen to our concerns, and has been a leader on many important issues related to the pork industry.”
 Matt Asay - “As you get bigger and your customer base gets as older, you're forced to become stodgy and conservative.”
 Gary Asay - “Illinois is fortunate to have several other pork processing plants that are considered assets to their community. IPPA has maintained a good relationship with these existing facilities and plans to continue to foster those partnerships.”
 John Kasay - “I never saw a child that could eat like that. He'd go through the salad bar and it got so the ladies at the cafeteria would go ahead and just give him his own head of lettuce. Try to make it easy for him.”
 Gary Asay - “One of the major factors affecting pork producer profitability is the policy of the government as it impacts a producer's cost of doing business and their ability to effectively market their products. This award is a way for us to show our appreciation for the continued support that these legislators have demonstrated to Illinois pork producers.”
 Carlos Egan Asay - “It is easy to act as a Saturday morning quarterback and replay the game lost the night before. All of us seem to have better hindsight (the ability to see after the event what should have been done) than foresight (the power to foresee and provide for the future)”