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 Tom Schrader - “We're starting to get into that no man's land of lack of earnings, with most of the SP 500 having reported already. We'll have durable goods orders tomorrow and beyond that, the market is going to have to count on the economic news and the price of oil for drivers.”
 Ralph Nader - “Al Gore thinks he is entitled to your votes. Al Gore thinks that we're supposed to be helping him get elected, ... I've got news for Al Gore -- if you can't beat the bumbling Texas governor with that record, you ought to go back to Tennessee.”
 Tom Schrader - “If it's 25 basis points and the bias is neutral, they're going to sell it off. If it's 50 basis points and neutral, they'll sell it off. You'll probably see a smaller bout of selling if it's 50 points, because although that would mean the economy is doing worse than we've thought, it would also signal that the Fed is not going to cut again for a while.”
 Jack Schrader - “From top to bottom, I just don't see how there could be a better league in the nation.”
 James Spader - “I don't think movies or television have any basis in reality at all. It's all just pretend. That's what's fun about it.”
 Ivo Sanader - “Although it is difficult at this moment to speak about the motives behind today's incident, I cannot help but think that it is directed against Croatia's efforts to join the European Union,”
 Ivo Sanader - “Although it is hard at the moment to speak about motives, I cannot help but think this act is directed against Croatia's efforts to join the EU,”
 James Spader - “I'd like to thank the academy and I'd like to thank my mother and I'd like to thank my mother again, because I forgot to thank her last year.”
 Tom Schrader - “The Dow's getting hammered by all the bad news this morning,”
 Tom Schrader - “A lot of the reason for the rally is that people think that everything's on the table. You saw a knee-jerk reaction this morning, with people selling on an initial reaction to the news, Europe being down so much and some weak earnings, like Kraft.”
 Tom Schrader - “Economic numbers this morning were very story and could give the Fed more ammo to possibly continue their rate hikes past May. Most of the numbers we've seen over the past few weeks have been stronger than expected.”
 Tom Schrader - “Intel and a Barron's online article about slower PC sales hit the techs in the morning, but I don't think they said anything that hasn't been said or hinted at recently.”
 Tom Schrader - “We had such big gains yesterday that it is not unusual for us to consolidate a little bit. Then, oil's down but gasoline is up and that is counterbalancing each other. The economic news we had this morning was less than inspiring.”
 Tom Schrader - “We had such big gains yesterday that it is not unusual for us to consolidate a little bit. Then, oil's down but gasoline is up and that is counterbalancing each other, ... The economic news we had this morning was less than inspiring.”
 Tom Schrader - “We have negative news coming out of the home builders this morning, and obviously that's been an area that has led the economy.”
 Tom Schrader - “I've heard that numerous trading desks, out of concerns about terrorism and congestion, are staffing their disaster recovery sites with half their personnel, ... A number of money managers are going to be working from home.”
 Tom Schrader - “It's a continuation of the same concerns. People don't want to put money in when we have nothing but uncertainty on the international front. There's been so much selling already, but whatever is left is enough to drag the market down. People want to sit it out right now.”
 Tom Schrader - “It might be tough to keep up this pace, but the gains will probably continue. People are definitely putting money into stocks.”
 Tom Schrader - “It seems to be some natural selling, an extension of last week ... Terrorist activity over the weekend in Turkey led to selling in Japan and selling here the earnings this morning were mixed, and you have no staggering economic news until Thursday, so people are taking some money off the table right now.”
 Tom Schrader - “More than half the Dow stocks are up. People are putting money into mainstream companies looking for quality and less volatility.”
 Tom Schrader - “I've heard that numerous trading desks, out of concerns about terrorism and congestion, are staffing their disaster recovery sites with half their personnel. A number of money managers are going to be working from home.”
 Sharon Reader - “The money from the land sale pays my mortgage. I know other people who are doing the same thing.”
 Brett Bader - “The problem is not money. The problem is priorities and leadership.”
 Nathan Vader - “At most matches or tournaments, you're always proud of a lot of the boys, but there's also one or two disappointments. But in this match, there were zero disappointments. Every kid gave all they had. It's one of my proudest moments, seeing the team come together like that.”
 Zeke Grader - “At this point, our goal is to model whatever season we get so the catch is spread out over the entire fishing period. We don't want to catch everything at once -- we want to be able to provide at least some fresh local salmon to consumers throughout the entire season.”

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