My Favorite Quotes
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 Dave Buhler - “When we did this, it was an exceptionally good deal for the state. With all the one-time money the state has, I think they ought to be able to do it.”
 Dave Buhler - “I'll wait for the other shoe to drop in demolition and ground-breaking. I think they're done giving dates until they're more certain.”
 Fred Buhler - “His mother called and said they were new to the area and wondered if we'd help welcome him home. I told her 'You bet,' and we showed up with several people.”
 Dave Buhler - “It seems like the key issue in this debate is the issue of open space and needing to protect open space.”
 Fred Buhler - “We said to ourselves, we want to welcome everyone in the group and support the troops and their families, and we've been steadfast in that view. The community response has been terrific.”
 Fred Buhler - “This is financed entirely through the generosity of the community. It's very important that our troops know just how much we support them. There's always an upsurge (in support) during the holidays. And that support is absolutely wonderful. But we also think it's important not to forget our soldiers the other 11 months.”
 Dave Buhler - “A lot of things could happen, but we can't be paralyzed by that. I'd like to be an optimist. We're acting very appropriately under our authority.”
 Karl Buhler - “By the time the child can draw more that scribble, by the age of four or five years, an already well-formed body of conceptual knowledge formulated in language dominates his memory and controls his graphic work. Drawings are graphic accounts of essentially verbal processes. As an essentially verbal education gains control, the child abandons his graphic efforts and relies almost entirely on words. Language has first spoilt drawing and then swallowed it up completely.”