My Favorite Quotes
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 Bertie Ahern - “This is an area in which our views are well known to the U.S. government,”
 Bill Ahern - “Unlike income, or even sales taxes, property taxes are not accurate indicators of your cash at hand.”
 Joe Ahern - “Their goalie played extremely well. He played like he was standing on his head.”
 Gerard Ahern - “The wider health implication is that commonly used SSRI antidepressants, which target the uptake of serotonin into neurons, may also impact the uptake in immune cells.”
 Bill Ahern - “Income and sales taxes are both collected in dribs and drabs.”
 Bertie Ahern - “It is our sincere wish that the Northern Ireland institutions be restored as soon as possible.”
 Bertie Ahern - “It shows that the institutions are working,”
 Chris Ahern - “It's been an interesting group. Most days we start seven or eight freshmen. They've handled situations pretty well, and we also have pretty good leadership from our sophomore class.”
 John McGahern - “When I start to write, words have become physical presence. It was to see if I could bring that private world to life that found its first expression through reading. I really dislike the romantic notion of the artist.”
 John McGahern - “My father was very outwardly religious.”
 John McGahern - “Ireland is a peculiar society in the sense that it was a nineteenth century society up to about 1970 and then it almost bypassed the twentieth century.”
 John McGahern - “I'd much prefer to write more quickly.”
 John McGahern - “I think that each of us inhabits a private world that others cannot see. The only difference between the writer and the reader is that the writer is able to dramatise that private world.”
 Louis Mahern - “We thought it was just aesthetic. Not load-bearing. Turns out that was not to be the case.”
 John McGahern - “I think there's a great difference in consciousness in that same way in that when we're young we read books for the story, for the excitement of the story - and there comes a time when you realise that all stories are more or less the same story.”
 Bertie Ahern - “We have reached a point in the process where the parties must decide. We are giving them a reasonable but finite time to do so.”
 Bertie Ahern - “There is absolutely no excuse for the disgraceful scenes in Dublin today. It is the essence of Irish democracy and republicanism that people are allowed to express their views freely and in a peaceful manner.”
 John McGahern - “I think fiction is a very serious thing, that while it is fiction, it is also a revelation of truth, or facts.”
 Bertie Ahern - “that the weapons and explosives are safely and adequately stored and cannot be used without the knowledge of Mr. Ahtisaari and Mr. Ramaphosa, who will re-inspect the arms dumps on a regular basis to ensure that the weapons have remained secure.”
 Bertie Ahern - “We must look to the day when loyalist weapons are removed from the equation,”
 John McGahern - “I love the description of Gothic churches before the printed word, that they were the bibles of the poor.”
 John McGahern - “I think technique can be taught but I think the only way to learn to write is to read, and I see writing and reading as completely related. One almost couldn't exist without the other.”
 John McGahern - “I've never written anything that hasn't been in my mind for a long time - seven or eight years.”
 Gerard Ahern - “The novelty is that we reveal a potential communication, involving the transmitter serotonin, between immune cells that is normally only found between neurons.”
 Gerard Ahern - “At this point we just don't know how these drugs might affect immunity, so we really need to clarify the normal role of serotonin in immune cell functioning.”

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