My Favorite Quotes
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 Mike Mayer - “Today was a very, very difficult day of golf. It is hard to understand how tough it was if you were not here. We survived the elements, persevered and turned in a tenacious and great day of golf.”
 John Mayer - “I need some kind of emotional stake in it to write my lyrics, assuming that place. It might just be an emotion I understand but am not currently experiencing necessarily.”
 Scott Niedermayer - “We had our fair share of things go against us. We would like to always understand that if you continually work hard, you will have some form of reward. This was one of those things.”
 John Mayer - “High School is like a spork it's a crappy spoon and a crappy fork, so in the end it's just plain useless.”
 Gary Thayer - “The values of the Australian dollar, the New Zealand dollar and the Canadian dollar, as measured relative to the U.S. dollar, have been important signals of changing trends in global economic activity.”
 Gary Player - “When you get to 70, if you can break 80, it's a victory.”
 Gary Player - “My goal was to break 80. When you get to 70, if I can break 80, I consider that a victory.”
 Tom Thayer - “She has a beautiful voice.”
 Gary Thayer - “Policy-makers have been worried that rising energy costs could lead to higher prices for other things including higher wages and compensation, but it looks like companies are keeping their employment costs in check.”
 Gary Player - “It's exactly the same. You wait until the tournament starts. You'll hear the cheers. It will be great.”
 Marissa Mayer - “You wait, in a month we'll be selling banners.”
 Ralph Stayer - “I've gone through quite a few waste baskets, ... We celebrate innovation here.”
 Gary Thayer - “Historically, when we see confidence decline, we have to watch and see if it shows up also affecting spending. We'll be watching closely to see ... whether the decline in confidence is more of a psychological factor or a real factor affecting spending.”
 Kevin Mayer - “When it gets to the summer, all water levels go down. With this kind of contamination, there's a good chance you would see a rise in some of the metals. That could present some problems.”
 Ellen Frohnmayer - “You could see the high-water mark on the side of the house. Anne Marie went to look at it and came back to the car in tears.”
 Gary Thayer - “Today's numbers show that consumers are not very optimistic about the economy. As a result, we will see consumer spending reduced until we see some relief on energy prices. If we don't get some relief, it looks like it will be a very weak holiday season.”
 Gary Thayer - “We're still weak compared to where we were a year ago, but people are a little bit more optimistic about the future,”
 Gary Thayer - “We still have a very weak world economy, despite the fact that the U.S. economy is still doing pretty good, ... We're seeing lower prices basically because there is more production out there than demand.”
 Gary Thayer - “We're not seeing a lot of strength in goods and services right now. Sales are mixed. Some categories are doing OK and others are weak. We're not seeing an outright decline.”
 Gary Thayer - “The bond market had been thinking that the weak economic numbers that we've seen would cause the Fed to think twice about raising rates,”
 Gary Thayer - “We're still in a seasonally weak period of year, where companies are trimming workforces. It weighs on people's minds when they hear about companies cutting back.”
 Gary Thayer - “We're still in a seasonally weak period of year, where companies are trimming workforces, ... It weighs on people's minds when they hear about companies cutting back.”
 Gary Thayer - “The warm weather meant that utilities didn't have to produce the seasonal norm, which occasionally happens in the wintertime.”
 John Mayer - “It makes you feel like you're on vacation. It's the kind of drink that should have an umbrella sticking out of it. It tastes great in the winter months.”
 Steve Strayer - “We need to look at what we're doing hitting wise, we're not getting done. At this point, it is mental. We need to figure out how to hit the ball again.”

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