My Favorite Quotes
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 Robert Caro - “The moment the curtain rose on that first ballet, I knew something wonderful and new had come into my life. I can still see the first scene. The ballet was Divertimento No. 15.”
 Robert Caro - “As you get older, you sometimes feel that it's harder and harder to get something new and wonderful to come into your life.”
 Robert Caro - “I never went to a ballet until I was 45 years old. I don't know why.”
 Eric Shepcaro - “As we look at the landscape for the next several years, we believe all objects will be networked. Everything will have a relation to the network. We believe that's what the future holds, and we also believe that only the service providers with the broadest reach will be able to support it.”
 Eric Shepcaro - “What we find in these statistics is somewhat alarming, that four years after 9-11, a third of companies surveyed still lack these plans. We find that (many) companies that have these plans don't practice them.”
 Niki Caro - “The real case, as you probably know, went for over 20 years. We had to collapse the time frame just for dramatic purposes.”
 Sonny Vaccaro - “Going into these last two years, it was Greg and Derrick. I mean he was right there.”
 Bruce DiVaccaro - “I gave it a try, but I didn't do very well. Most people don't on their first one. I carved a mallard at least, it was supposed to be a mallard.”
 Niki Caro - “A number of the women who served as consultants on the film appear in a climactic courtroom scene. It was really amazing to have them there, ... It gave the scene a real potency to shoot.”
 Nicholas LoBaccaro - “It's definitely positive news. The amount is more than most people thought it would be when it took place, and most people didn't think it would happen now in any case.”
 Robert Caro - “Ballet is sort of a mystery to me. And I don't want to unravel that mystery.”
 Niki Caro - “There was something really nice about the fact that he is from Hibbing, on the Iron Range, ... But the big thing was that the way this man speaks about the human condition is so incredible. And I think that he really, profoundly loves women, so his music is a big influence on the movie.”
 Anthony Caro - “I mean another thing I thought was, for example, important about Early One Morning, how long it is and you don't get it all in one.”
 Anthony Caro - “Early One Morning takes time and, I mean, all things like that I felt were very important.”
 Nick Lobaccaro - “They will make up at least 70 percent of those losses by the end of the first quarter next year, unless there is another strike.”
 Niki Caro - “When I put up Springsteen songs against our pictures, I couldn't make any of them work, ... Springsteen writes almost exclusively about the young male experience in working-class America. But you put anything by Dylan against this film and it works.”
 Niki Caro - “That's the kind of insight Caro goes for. The people on the Range are so down-to-earth and strong, and they don't take s---, ... I loved hanging around in bars with the real women. They advised us on every detail - make-up, props, dialogue, manners. And I was so glad that, at the end of the film, we could have some of the real women stand up in the courtroom scenes.”
 Susan Viccaro - “We decided we would make it just for adults so that they could understand the things their kids are doing.”
 Niki Caro - “It was not interesting to me to make the movie if I couldn't make it in that landscape,”
 Nick Lobaccaro - “Ford is trading at eight times earnings while DaimlerChrysler is at 12 times earnings. We think Ford has a strong and stable management team while we're seeing turmoil at DaimlerChrysler. And Ford is increasingly investing in products that make a lot of money, whereas Daimler is beginning to try to make vehicles that don't tend to make a lot of money.”
 Robert Caro - “Lyndon Johnson, as majority leader of the United States Senate, he made the Senate work.”
 Sonny Vaccaro - “All O.J. did was play for another team last weekend. People are getting too worked up about it. It was just one tournament in April.”
 Sonny Vaccaro - “Patrick's enthusiasm is contagious. He is what you want kids to feel like when they are picked for this kind of event. And the kid can play at the very highest level.”
 Sonny Vaccaro - “Any time any kids from Chicago play in all-star games, they've earned their invitation. Illinois is a state that produces great talents.”
 Sonny Vaccaro - “I've got a lot of toys to play with. I just turned 64, and I'm reinventing myself again.”

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