My Favorite Quotes
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 Allan Adler - “Cases like this hopefully will clarify what copyright is all about. Copyright doesn't protect ideas, and copyright doesn't protect facts. . . . A number of people can write novels based on the same idea and still have freedom of expression.”
 Gary Wadler - “If they had a month notice before testing and were taking short-acting steroids, they may or may not get picked up,”
 Lynn Sadler - “The Mountain Lion Foundation is putting all game agencies on notice, ... International scientists responsible for monitoring the state of the world's species have declared the mountain lion is actively threatened due to high levels of hunting pressure.”
 Jerrold Nadler - “Then his voice faded out. I notice that my mike was turned off, ... but I can be heard anyway.”
 Alfred Adler - “The only normal people are the one's you don't know very well.”
 Brent Sadler - “Officials were incredulous at the news. He was the lynchpin of the Syrian security apparatus for more than two decades, and was an important right-man both for the current president and his father, Hafez Assad.”
 Jon Nadler - “None of this probing to the downside will negate the fundamental nervousness the market continues to experience, and the hair-trigger volatility will continue to be an integral feature of the metals complex as news keeps coming at it.”
 Jon Nadler - “Buoyed by the Nigerian oil sabotage news and a weaker U.S. dollar, gold has reasserted its safe-haven attributes since last Friday.”
 Jon Nadler - “Gold appears to be reflecting the lack of fresh bad news ... rather than true profit-taking.”
 Jonathan Adler - “Used throughout a room, orange can become surprisingly neutral, and yet it can be bright and mood-enhancing.”
 Alfred Adler - “We must never neglect the patient's own use of his symptoms.”
 Gary Nadler - “It was fun while it lasted. We had our opportunities, we just didn't finish. That's the nature of the beast, an inch here and there.”
 Jon Nadler - “In the gold trading pits, economic uncertainties are taking a back seat to uncertainties of a different nature these days.”
 Ted Schadler - “The digital-music-player war is heating up.”
 Ted Schadler - “It's all very complicated, which is just crazy. Unless you're a music lover, maybe you don't bother with it. It's hard to find your way around.”
 Jane Badler - “I was on Murder She Wrote with Angela Lansbury. She was fantastic... she was lovely to everyone, she was always on time, prepared.”
 Alfred Adler - “War is organized murder and torture against our brothers.”
 Alfred Adler - “The truth is often a terrible weapon of aggression. It is possible to lie, and even to murder with the truth.”
 Ted Schadler - “While a high-definition video format does bring benefits over today's standard-definition discs, in movies as in music consumers are moving beyond shiny discs.”
 Jon Adler - “It's very telling that marshals are interested in going to Border Patrol at a lower pay grade, a very revealing reflection of low morale.”
 Jeremy Adler - “It's a morale boost. It also makes us feel like we belong in the Ivies.”
 Jon Adler - “We seem to have inherited our own Loch Ness monster in terms of being able to find this monitoring.”
 Robert Adler - “As long as it's done above-board and everybody knows what everybody else is doing and there's no particular specific legal issue there, I'm not terribly troubled by the way the money is funneled.”
 Gerald Sadler - “When you're in the service - you're alone. A lot of times soldiers will find out about their wives leaving them when they're overseas. Information spreads faster these days with the Internet. Any kind of encouragement is valued over there - way beyond money. I've talked to many soldiers and they tell me they'd much rather have a letter than a gift card.”
 Alfred Adler - “Our modern states are preparing for war without even knowing the future enemy.”

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