My Favorite Quotes
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 Stewart Schwartz - “A century ago, developers thought about where the retail and services would go in relation to housing. That has to happen again.”
 Mark Swartz - “I never thought I'd be in this position. I hold myself to a high standard of integrity and honesty.”
 Greg Martz - “I didn't want to force him out of the weight room, but I thought he'd do well in track.”
 Mike Martz - “They've got to have some sort of an award for that. Kurt did a great job. I think he over-acted a little bit. I thought the chin strap was a bit much, but he did a great job.”
 Alan Schwartz - “I thought we were the good guys. I thought we were the ones with the high standards.”
 Melinda Schwartz - “That cookbook quickly sold out and we've had requests for another. We thought it would be great to honor the 10th annual relay with a new cookbook.”
 Chris Schwartz - “It feels fabulous. Not because it was against Roosevelt, but anytime you're put in this situation and come from that many down to win the game, that's something special. I thought we put in the best effort of the season.”
 Rick Schwartz - “We were under the impression that he hadn't slept for days and he was flying back and forth to New Orleans. We thought he was a hero. We thought, 'What can we do to help”
 Julius Schwartz - “Many are the things I guess we'd like to go back in time and rectify the things we didn't do right, eh”
 Josh Schwartz - “It is my goal to learn as much about the people I'm surrounded by. I am slowly widening who I am close with, and at the same time, growing further away from others.”
 Josh Schwartz - “I'd started working when I was 21 and had been very determined about my career, very focused, even as a little kid, so it was something I had been working at for a long time.”
 Allyson Schwartz - “The 20th century taught us how far unbridled evil can and will go when the world fails to confront it. It is time that we heed the lessons of the 20th century and stand up to these murderers. It is time that we end genocide in the 21st century.”
 Allyson Schwartz - “All told, these profit levels have put the world's five largest publicly traded oil companies on track to earn more than 100 billion before year's end. Yet, at the same time that Big Oil's bottom line is going up, so are Americans' energy costs.”
 Mike Martz - “I guess on that sack he got hit in the head pretty good. We couldn't figure out why he was having such a hard time getting plays in. ... Right after that sack, he was hearing it, but he wasn't sorting it out. I didn't know what was going on. I thought we had a communication problem.”
 Mike Martz - “At that point in time we were in those, I guess you call them, high pay bands. We just didn't have the money to keep him.”
 Mike Martz - “It could end up being one of the all-time great Super Bowls. I just think Seattle, with that offensive line and that running back, has the edge.”
 Mike Martz - “It's just time to let things settle. I think eventually it will work out. But I'm in no hurry.”
 Mike Martz - “We had a hard time putting the blitz package in because we were losing guys in the secondary all the time. You had both corners out at one time. You had the nickel (back) out at one time. So you can't do that when you have a rotating secondary, because you're going to get mistakes and you're going to get (beaten) by it.”
 Mike Martz - “It looks like he's at home. He shows up on the ball all the time. He's a very physical player back there.”
 Mike Martz - “Oh you know, that stuff gets said all the time,”
 Mike Martz - “It was distressing for us because we spent so much time on it. We're going to have to shake some of the personnel up and get a little more experience in there at some positions. Hopefully we've been able to resolve that.”
 Mike Martz - “just come out (of the game), and by the time he got out, we couldn't get him back in.”
 Mike Martz - “It's time to go now. It's time to get ready to play the season.”
 Mike Martz - “It's time to kind of settle in on some things, just play together over a long period of time. That cohesiveness is what we're looking for.”
 Mike Martz - “Marshall said to me privately, 'It's time, I think.' I said, 'Time for what' And he said, 'He needs to be the featured guy. And whatever role you want me to do, I'd be happy to do it. It's going to be tough, but I think I can really help him and still have some value for this team.' I couldn't believe it, ... But that's Marshall. So I got to thinking about it more and more, and I said, 'We're going to do this.'”

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