My Favorite Quotes
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 Carl Sandburg - “(Chicago) Hog Butcher for the World, Tool Maker, Stacker of Wheat, Player with Railroads and the Nation's Freight Handler Stormy, husky, brawling, City of the Big Shoulders”
 Larry Sandburg - “Sure, I worry when we fall behind.”
 William Ginsburg - “Everything is on the table ... If I were the president, I'd worry.”
 Y. Harburg - “O innocent victims of Cupid,Remember this terse little verseTo let a fool kiss you is stupid,To let a kiss fool you is worse.”
 Ruth Ginsburg - “So that's the dissenter's hope that they are writing not for today but for tomorrow.”
 Chris Allsburg - “At first, I see pictures of a story in my mind. Then creating the story comes from asking questions of myself. I guess you might call it the 'what if - what then' approach to writing and illustration.”
 Avraham Burg - “It is wrong that Israel bases its relationship with some of the regions of this world on arms deals and arms trade. Israel cornered itself, and Israel should take itself out of this corner,”
 Gerard Burg - “For the last two years everyone's been calling the peak, and everyone's been calling it down, but it just continues to go on.”
 Jeff Pittsburg - “I get the feeling that over the next few years, Corning will be one of those sleeper stocks.”
 Larry Sandburg - “I don't know if I've ever done that in 26 years. I couldn't believe it was going, but it went over and that's all that matters.”
 Gerard Burg - “With commodity returns outperforming other assets in recent years, pension and hedge funds are expected to increase investments in commodity markets.”
 Devorah Goldburg - “It's frustrating to our thousands of volunteers out there every day, away their families, helping people. We never said we were perfect -- we're trying to do our best under extraordinary circumstances.”
 Devorah Goldburg - “A disaster like this Katrina brings out the best in people, but unfortunately, it also brings out the worst in people, too.”
 Armin Mekelburg - “People are cautious about buying the dollar at the moment. The U.S. needs a lot of investment to fund the deficit and the bigger it gets the harder that task becomes.”
 Carl Sandburg - “There are people who want to be everywhere at once and they seem to get nowhere”
 Brock Kreitzburg - “Todd gets the best out of the people around him by expecting the best out of people.”
 Sam Warburg - “I like it here a lot. The people are so nice and it's a great tennis town. You'll see me again.”
 Gerard Burg - “The crude figures were pretty bearish. Crude going up by almost 5 million barrels was more than people were expecting. Gasoline was broadly within expectations so there was little upside from that.”
 Tony Massenburg - “Everybody gets treated the same way -- if you screw up, you're going to get yelled at, and that means everybody from Tim Duncan to the guys on the injured reserve. That sends a message that it's all about doing things the right way around here. A lot of franchises don't practice that, unfortunately. They select certain people who can do no wrong and have certain people that can't do anything right.”
 Paul Ginsburg - “When spending on health care goes up faster than earnings people are priced out of the health insurance market.”
 Devorah Goldburg - “Right now, shelter, meals, water and mental health counseling are things people are in need of. But we're not always hearing exactly what the needs are, because we've had spotty communication with our people on the ground.”
 Denny Throneburg - “I knew it was too good to stay that way. You just find a way to win. A lot of that comes through the intensity of practice and what we put them through. People don't understand if you haven't been through that in practice, it's hard to get through it in a game. We probably couldn't have played any worse, but we found a way.”
 Steve Millburg - “A boardwalk in spirit if not in composition it's concrete this path runs 3 miles past beachfront hotels, restaurants, stores, museums, bike-rental shops and street performers. Three stages present free summer entertainment, and two small museums belly up to the boardwalk the Atlantic Waterfowl Heritage Museum (decoys) and The Old Coast Guard Station with nifty 'tower cam' ocean views.”
 Nan Stoltzenburg - “Our original idea was to take all of the comments and incorporate them on a chapter-by-chapter basis, tying everybody's comments together so we don't have repeating comments, but the timing just didn't work out that way. You'll see additions come in as they come in.”
 Gerard Burg - “Prices are expected to ease in 2007 as expanding refinery capacity reduces some of the bottleneck in that sector. However, the likely strength of oil demand, as well as the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries' intention to support higher prices will maintain crude oil prices at historically high levels.”

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