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 Jaime Dacey - “I never really thought that I would have a chance to do this. It's such a great opportunity.”
 Gord Lacey - “What amazes me is that no matter how obscure or generic a TV show might be, theres always someone wholl buy it. As long as the studios recognize this, they can manufacture modest quantities and generate respectable sales.”
 Ryon Acey - “The WorldCom case does prove you can fudge any number you want. This has spooked the market because it calls into question the credibility of EBITDA.”
 Ryon Acey - “When you sell to another carrier, you are largely a one-trick pony, offering a limited number of products. When you sell to an end user, you have an opportunity to sell a full bundle of services, be a one-stop shop. What differentiates the winners and losers going forward will be the quality of the customer.”
 Kevin Spacey - “You know walking your dog in the park is a perfectly normal thing to do, but you know I think that they are always trying to, you know, (say) 'What was he doing in that park at 4.30 a.m.' My doggy had to go”
 Kevin Spacey - “Everyone was completely open and honest about the fact the show wasn't where it should have gotten, but I can tell you that after the critics' night, that cast pulled themselves together. They started to deliver that play in a way that I think audiences saw a much better production than those critics saw.”
 Trudi Lacey - “I thought containing the two guards spoke words for our defensive effort. But the Mystics got production and big plays from Page and Miller, who came off the bench and played well.”
 Kevin Spacey - “Secondarily, I think films that are driven by music also terrify studios.”
 Kevin Spacey - “Over a spell of about three years, I played a series of roles that were, for me, all very different, but most of them came out within a six-month period. They all dealt with a kind of dark territory that in some cases had been mined before in movies.”
 Kevin Spacey - “As the years have gone on, I find one of the dangers of watching dailies... is you fall in love with moments.”
 Kevin Spacey - “She found a kind of possession of this role, ... There were moments during filming that I was just startled at where she was going.”
 Kevin Spacey - “It's so easy for us to misperceive and see the things in others that we want to see. And, when we're wrong, and often we're dead wrong, we miss the truth.”
 Kevin Spacey - “It's a great thriller or mystery, but on another level it's a film about the fact that, if you only look at a person through one lens, or only believe what you're told, you can often miss the truth that is staring you in the face.”
 Mike Tracey - “There are three reasons. The school has been good to me, and we're in a bind now. I miss working with the kids in a game I still love. And, as the athletic director, it's a good move because we have nine coaching positions to fill with two teaching openings. With this, we won't have to take any teaching openings.”
 Gord Lacey - “What amazes me is that no matter how obscure or generic a TV show might be, theres always someone wholl buy it. As long as the studios recognize this, they can manufacture modest quantities and generate respectable sales.”
 John Lacey - “Frankly, it's an easy way to make a buck.”
 Gord Lacey - “I think pretty much every canceled show is going to make its way to DVD.”
 Pat Gracey - “The defense was outstanding. (Owen D. Young) didn't have a lot of chances but when they did make a run the defense held its composure.”
 Pat Gracey - “That's the difference between the sophomore Kim Maida and the senior Kim Maida. The sophomore Kim Maida would have tried to make that play by grabbing the ball, not knowing if she could hold on to it. The senior Kim Maida knows to just slap it away.”
 Bob Stacey - “It is not fair to put a gravel pit next to someone's home, and that is what Measure 37 allows. The government needs to find a way to pay those people who experienced a loss without sacrificing our quality of life and hurting neighbors.”
 Joe Stacey - “We just didn't shoot the ball well at all tonight. It was awful. Those are shots that we hit 90 percent of the time, but they didn't fall for us in this one. This was a tough, tough loss and a game we felt like we could've won.”
 Mark Dacey - “They're supposed to be unbiased but I'm sure there were a few people hoping, mostly me. But they're a perfect sponsor for the event and it's a pleasure to be a part of a professional group like that.”
 Alison Lacey - “We definitely don't think about it like we're the favorite not at all. We know every game is going to be tough and we're going to have to play hard every time. We're definitely going there to win, but we're taking it one game at a time.”
 Alison Lacey - “We were working hard during the (holiday) break, and we came out and we were ready to play. We came out really hot in the first half, and we had it from there.”
 Alison Lacey - “We have depth. We know that anybody can come in and play and have good games. Tonight, I thought everybody stepped up and played well.”

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