My Favorite Quotes
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 Harley Shaiken - “Whatever the final language, it will be the benchmark of how other negotiations are judged. Since the auto workers won pensions in '48, a lot of things Detroit has done, for good or for bad, has set a pattern. This will be the case, even if the rhetoric of lifetime jobs guarantees outstrip the language.”
 John Aiken - “When you get rid of the volatility factor the stock option expense creates, the earnings growth was actually very good.”
 Clay Aiken - “Actually, I dont hate cats, Im just kind of afraid of them.”
 Thomas Aiken - “I'm telling you, my heart was beating in my throat over the last four holes.”
 Linda Aiken - “We don't always connect ourselves with our history.”
 Jessica Aiken - “I developed the idea as I was looking at what could support it. I feel so lucky I got to do this here and was able to go in storage and play around.”
 Harley Shaiken - “When you have a defined contribution, it puts more of the risk onto the recipient, ... If insurance costs go up, that means that your coverage is affected.”
 Harley Shaiken - “Both sides have an interest in settling this. Nobody wants a strike.”
 Harley Shaiken - “Labor is in some pretty tough rapids right now.”
 Harley Shaiken - “He's taken a windy day and turned it into a hurricane. Labor is influential in Sacramento. On certain bills and issues, they are very influential. But they are one of many groups that can dominate.”
 Clay Aiken - “You know, I think I'm a stronger person for realizing that you can't make everybody love you.”
 Clay Aiken - “While everyone I work with may not share my beliefs, I have been surrounded by nothing but support.”
 Clay Aiken - “Well, there are certain words and emotions I don't want kids hearing, and I'm not changing because they think it's going to sell better. This is going to sound horrible, but I got 12 million votes doing what I did.”
 Clay Aiken - “There are stars out there who would die to have this much exposure.”
 Clay Aiken - “There are 120 million kids in the world right now who don't go to school. Who have no education - who have no access to education.”
 Clay Aiken - “It doesn't really matter to me how I make a difference, I just wanna make sure that I do.”
 Clay Aiken - “I'm being trained to shake the bon-bon appropriately.”
 Clay Aiken - “I was on TV for almost sixteen weeks during American Idol. It's at the point now where it's old.”
 Clay Aiken - “I did get a degree in special education.”
 Clay Aiken - “I decided to study special education and fell in love with working with individuals with autism. That's what I planned to do with my life.”
 Clay Aiken - “I auditioned just for fun.”
 Clay Aiken - “But I was going to be a teacher my entire life, so I wasn't counting on money to much.”
 Clay Aiken - “And I think that when I finally decided to let go and let God and allow that to happen, I became a lot more successful than I could have done if I had planned it all myself.”
 Clay Aiken - “And I don't think that success can be measured by how many TV shows you're on.”
 Clay Aiken - “I'm religious. I think this is something God had planned for me.”

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