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 Larry Eustachy - “What you find in players I've signed is that theyall have somebody-- whether it is directly in their family or indirectly, a cousin or nephew-- who has experience with some type of alcohol or drug abuse. My situation was so out in the open, but alcohol abuse is a much bigger problem than people will admit, and it is everywhere. What better guy to come to work for than a guy who has really been around the block Let's face it, alcohol is a huge issue on campuses. It is as big a problem as it ever has been. So I can help. I am the expert, that is for sure.”  
 Chuck Palahniuk - “The problem in this case was you just cant be a middle-aged virgin in America without something be wrong with you. People cant conceive of a virtue in someone else that they cant conceive in themselves. Instead of believing youre stronger, its so much easier to imagine youre weaker. Youre addicted to self-abuse. Youre a liar. People are always ready to believe the opposite of what you tell them.”  
 Paul Thurrott - “As I said, the iPod nano is almost perfect. Apple cheaps out by not including a carrying case or lanyard for the device either would prevent you from simply tossing the device in your pocket and subjecting it to abuse from coins, keys, or other paraphernalia. My test unit is already scuffed up pretty severely, despite my attempts to baby it. And I've got real concerns that the skinny iPod nano could be easily killed by inadvertently sitting on it. The device is that thin. These are all quibbles, of course. The iPod nano is that rarest of tech devices Immensely useful, beautiful, and desirableall at the same time. We're getting to the point at which most new iPod purchases are probably coming from repeat customers. So, whether you already have an iPod or not, the iPod nano is a great device to consider. It just doesn't get any better than this.”  
 Janet Parshall - “When two people of the same sex decide that they want to then adopt children, then I think what you have in many respects is state-sanctioned child abuse because you have purposely taken away either a momma or a daddy, and mom and dad are both necessary in a child's life.”  
 Susette Kelo - “This battle against eminent domain abuse may have started as a way for me to save my little, pink cottage, but it has rightfully grown into something much larger the fight to restore the American Dream and the sacredness and security of each one of our homes.”  
 Greig Veeder - “Basically you got a guy that is cycling through the process. You are watching him relive his abuse process in front of your very eyes not as a victim, but as a perpetrator. What you are seeing is a segment of his cycle of abuse.”  
 Matt Foreman - “This is part of the church hierarchy's calculated and frankly, evil campaign to scapegoat gay people for the decades of appalling sex abuse of children and young people that it alone created, nurtured, and covered up, ... abject, willful negligence of the hierarchy.”  
 Larry Eustachy - “What you find in players I've signed is that theyall have somebody-- whether it is directly in their family or indirectly, a cousin or nephew-- who has experience with some type of alcohol or drug abuse. My situation was so out in the open, but alcohol abuse is a much bigger problem than people will admit, and it is everywhere. What better guy to come to work for than a guy who has really been around the block Let's face it, alcohol is a huge issue on campuses. It is as big a problem as it ever has been. So I can help. I am the expert, that is for sure.”  
 Ron Hubbard - “The best way to know any future is to cause one. And thats why, you see, when you start consulting the oracle at Delphi, youve taken a step downhill. You have assigned cause for the future elsewhere...So one predicts the future as much as one is cause. The future isnt a pattern laid out to abuse and bully you. The future is a beautiful playground that nobody happen to be combining. You talk about virgin territory the most virgin territory there is, is the future. You can do anything you want with it.”  
 George Allen - “The worst abuse of process is that the United States senators the majority of which were for John Bolton were denied the opportunity to have the fairness of an up or down vote, ... What they ought to be doing, instead of diminishing and criticizing John Bolton, they ought to get behind him.”  
 Shari Pulliam - “A lot of people in our community don't want to believe that child abuse happens in their neighborhoods but it does.”  
 Dana Berliner - “Both of these bills will put a stop to that abuse of eminent domain. They will still be able to take dangerous properties, abandoned properties all of the things that people would look at and say, 'That property is blighted.' But they will no longer be able to take perfectly fine, functioning homes and businesses because some other glitzier home and business could be built there.”  
 Jena Desai - “Racism, sexism, drug and alcohol abuse, mental illness, unemployment homelessness encompasses pretty much every social problem.”  
 Leslie Bennetts - “The debacle with Mystery Man made the parallels between her romantic failures and the legacy of her sexual abuse seem too obvious to ignore.”  
 John Yoo - “Punishing abuse in Iraq should not return the U.S. to Sept. 10, 2001, in the way it fights al Qaeda, while Osama bin Laden and his top lieutenants remain at large and continue to plan attacks.”  
 Diane Watson - “The abuse of detainees in U.S. custody has severely undermined our Nation's position in the world.”  
 Elizabeth Wurtzel - “Ritalin abuse is a big issue in the US.”  
 Armstrong Williams - “Democratic societies can no longer give religious fanatics a free hand to abuse and murder non believers. Such action betrays contempt for the basic human rights which animate any democracy with meaning.”  
 Paul Valery - “Power without abuse loses its charm.”  
 James T. Walsh - “The sexual abuse and exploitation of children is one of the most vicious crimes conceivable, a violation of mankind's most basic duty to protect the innocent.”  
 Jeanne Tripplehorn - “The government doesn't really prosecute for polygamy anymore, but a lot of the arrests are of groups supporting themselves through welfare scams or for child abuse. So that was all I'd really heard about polygamists.”  
 Kathleen Turner - “I would certainly choose my jobs depending on the actions of the character. I won't do anything that has to do with child abuse or women's abuse.”  
 Lynn Swann - “I think that most minorities have experienced some form of racial abuse.”  
 Pete Stark - “Every American, regardless of their background, has the right to live free of unwarranted government intrusion. Repealing the worst provisions of the Patriot Act will reign in this gross abuse of power and restore to everyone our basic Constitutional rights.”  
 Lamar S. Smith - “Judicial abuse occurs when judges substitute their own political views for the law.”  

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