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 Jim Gray - “I don't want to lose the property rights I have in the county. We have horses and we shoot out here. We didn't necessarily buy the land because it is in the county, but it does have more benefits.”
 Jim Gray - “We're still looking for volunteers. The good shifts go fast so those that are interested need to get down here and pick out a time.”
 Jim Gray - “Some people find it equally as entertaining to come down here and volunteer on this end because you're the person picking up the phone answering. It gets to be kind of frenzied and it's fun.”
 Jim Gray - “He certainly has accomplished that. The faculty has been transformed into a much larger and world-class faculty under Doug Breeden.”
 Jim Gray - “We've been hovering right around 70-75 teams the past few years.”
 Jim Gray - “We have some of these teams that are made up entirely of professors. We have two teams that are made up almost entirely of high school teachers. We had a team that was all police and court workers. It's a time to get together with your friends and that's typically the people that you work with so we have these weird little bunches of people.”
 Jim Gray - “is a man of very high integrity, high conscience, a strong work ethic and a pragmatic guy.”
 Jim Gray - “In December 2004, the Osage Nation of Oklahoma won its battle in Congress to determine our own laws and citizenship, ... It was the end of a long road to independence for our tribe, but the beginning of what we feel is most precious our sovereignty. I am often asked if gaming has taken over the national debate on Indians in America. But gaming is an extension of our sovereignty, not the other way around and we cannot allow others to frame our issues for us. As Indian people, sovereignty comes first.”
 Jim Gray - “In December 2004, the Osage Nation of Oklahoma won its battle in Congress to determine our own laws and citizenship. It was the end of a long road to independence for our tribe, but the beginning of what we feel is most precious our sovereignty. I am often asked if gaming has taken over the national debate on Indians in America. But gaming is an extension of our sovereignty, not the other way around and we cannot allow others to frame our issues for us. As Indian people, sovereignty comes first.”
 Jim Gray - “There is the question of safety in doing some of those other things. We have done a few things like that in the past. There have been some team challenges to do things. There's the famous guy running across Lake George, this is like 20 below, running across Lake George with nothing but a jockstrap. That's been done, but as far as the competition it's question based.”
 Jim Gray - “The team that won last year prides itself on being the last team to register. So they usually register around 430 p.m. on the Friday of the competition and they have won the last four or five years that they've been playing.”
 Jim Gray - “Tyson confirmed after the fight what some folks in the game have known for years. I just don't have this in my heart anymore, ... I'm just fighting to take care of my bills. I don't have the ferocity. I'm not an animal anymore.”
 Jim Gray - “This is an appointment which is so right, and I just know that Gary will make an outstanding political editor. He's a razor sharp political journalist whose judgement and insights are utterly sure-footed, as demonstrated in his masterful handling of some of the most charged political stories of recent times - for example, our scoops on the Attorney-General's advice on Iraq, the Hutton and Butler Inquiries.”