My Favorite Quotes
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 John Connors - “We solidly outperformed on revenues, expenses, and earnings per share, and we feel good about where we ended the quarter on unearned (revenue),”
 John Connors - “We now believe PC shipments will not show any growth from the prior year and will show a decline for the full fiscal year 2002.”
 John Connors - “People ask, are you still a growth stock Compared to these guys, yes we are.”
 John Connors - “Getting multi-digit growth in our two main franchises with the share and size we have is tough, but we will have great growth in our businesses that are somewhat smaller.”
 John Connors - “We also think that the PC market could see growth in the low single digits for fiscal 2003 compared to the low single digit declines we are expecting to see for our full-year fiscal-year with 2002,”
 John Connors - “We are optimistic for the outlook of PC growth in the upcoming quarters and are particularly enthused about the release of Windows 2000,”
 Sean Connors - “It wasn't as bad as it could have been elsewhere. I was really mad 'G' was gone. He was the head hitting coach. He drove the team. But Cabrillo brought in a couple of ex-major leaguers. They bring a lot to the table. I'm glad the school didn't bring in some random dude. This shows me it wants to see this thing get turned around.”
 John Connors - “I had one situation when Jerry went out as my partner on an eviction, and the house had steel doors. The guy locked us in the building and wouldn't let us out.”
 John Connors - “Broad-based demand and solid execution across all our businesses drove outstanding results for the quarter. Overall corporate IT spending continued to improve and we expect to see healthy demand through the end of our fiscal year.”
 Mike Connors - “Half the inspections we do are in the construction industry because of the high fatality rates.”
 John Connors - “Like many others in the industry, we are seeing slowing PC sales as the quarter progresses.”
 Jim Connors - “Everybody who wants to be Irish is accepted Irish in my pub. Today's just a special day to be Irish.”
 Kevin Connors - “The primary focus is the maximum rate of manure-spreading, depending on the slope of the land. The steeper the land, the less manure you can apply.”
 Jimmy Connors - “No, like I said, my dad was never really part of the tennis. His involvement around what I did with the tennis and with my mom and my grandparents was really not a part of my life.”
 Jimmy Connors - “But why should I read what somebody else thinks of my life when I know the real story”
 Jimmy Connors - “Bjorn was a different breed, I threw my best material at him, but he would never smile, but that added to the charm when he played me and Mac. We were going nuts and losing our mind and he was sitting back like he was on a Sunday stroll.”
 Jimmy Connors - “Tennis was never work for me, tennis was fun. And the tougher the battle and the longer the match, the more fun I had.”
 Jimmy Connors - “People say I'm around because I have a lot of heart, but I know all the heart in the world couldn't have helped me if I wasn't physically fit.”
 Jimmy Connors - “I hate to lose more than I love to win.”
 Kevin Connors - “Right off the bat, standards were raised. Before, we thought we were doing a pretty good safety job, but in reality we had picked low hanging fruit. Higher standards meant walking a steeper grade to bigger expectations.”
 Jimmy Connors - “From where we lived, to practise in St Louis was an hour-and-a-half drive each way, so that took a lot of the time. So really, our lives just took different paths.”
 Michelle Connors - “Some of those teams (we played during the season) are here today. It proved very valuable to their efforts. I'm just super proud of them.”
 Jimmy Connors - “People don't seem to understand that it's a damn war out there.”
 John Connors - “It does not appear to us that there has been any significant change, for better or for worse, in demand for PCs since our last earnings conference call.”
 Jimmy Connors - “You have to remember that I played longer than anybody else on the main tour I played until I was 40, and then played another six years or so on the seniors tour.”

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