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 David Gage - “ Listener. While it's important to be an active listener, keep in mind that people tend to talk about what doesn't feel OK. They don't talk about relationships that are going well, ... So in many instances, just hearing someone vent and not taking it too seriously is the way to go, unless your spouse asks for your honest reaction or ideas.”
 John Gage - “I just hope DHS takes a step back on this.”
 John Gage - “The PlayStation, 300 with a DVD-player and it runs Linux and Java, it's huge. Why would you ever put a PC someplace It breaks all the time. You would spend more time fixing it than teaching (how to use it). These things (the PlayStation consoles) are designed for 12-year-olds and are really powerful.”
 Trena Gage - “They offer to do things for you to get your trust. That's what he did.”
 John Gage - “I can plug in a 80 gigabyte disk and store 16 hours of video on it or up to 500 hours of audio. Now we attach it to a free satellite, slow, trickle charge. We can put anything on the disk you want to know about clean water, latrines and do it in whatever language.”
 John Gage - “With all the businesses of the world together we can link all of the poor countries, the schools, hospitals and health clinics of the poor countries and get them all on the Net. That helps enormously, for example, in sending information about AIDS.”
 David Gage - “ Listener. While it's important to be an active listener, keep in mind that people tend to talk about what doesn't feel OK. They don't talk about relationships that are going well, ... So in many instances, just hearing someone vent and not taking it too seriously is the way to go, unless your spouse asks for your honest reaction or ideas.”
 John Gage - “It should be a number above 100,000, but under a million.”
 Trena Gage - “I love and miss Jet every day. It is hard to know that nothing will ever bring her back and because of Roger Bentley, I will never see her again.”
 David Gage - “But you don't want to make your spouse's battles yours. You might have opinions, but ultimately it's your spouse who's in charge of his or her working life . . . and it's his or her family.”
 John Gage - “The people that make above a dollar a day, under three dollars a day, generally have some electricity. They've got television sets that run on car batteries, or they will have a little generator. Everywhere there is a flicker of a TV screen is a target for putting one of these PlayStation things hooked to a satellite.”
 Thomas Gage - “The batteries went low. He simply wasn't able to make effective use of it.”
 Paul Gage - “That's the thing about being in the majority you've always got more seats up than the other guy. I feel confident we'll be able to maintain our numbers.”
 John Gage - “The American Federation of Government Employees, one of the other unions suing DHS, said the department also did not consult them in making the proposed adjustments. The first time around, DHS and the Office of Personnel Management decided not to listen to what we had to say, ... You think they would have learned their lesson, but I guess not.”
 Jody Gage - “He was old-school, old-time hockey. He showed up to play every night.”
 John Gage - “We had hoped that Judge Collyer's decision would bring all parties involved to the bargaining table.”
 Trena Gage - “What Roger Bentley did to my daughter ... and my family was very horrendous. I would not wish this on my worst enemy.”
 David Gage - “These aren't always things that can be verbalized, or even issues that people know how to discuss, ... Either the issues are too sensitive, or enough time has passed so the partners have been lulled into complacency.”
 John Gage - “Each part of the community has to do some different part of it. You would not come to Sun for good taste in designing attractive programs. We can make sure the networking works. All of our partners, meaning all of the high-tech companies in the world, ought to contribute their engineering knowledge.”
 Jody Gage - “We need to rebuild and we'll do it around a local product who probably is the best college player in America (Walters) and last season's Rookie of the Year (Merrill).”
 John Gage - “Shutting the door on schools that are doing a great job educating the children of military families doesn't make any financial or common sense.”
 Paul Gage - “This must be the largest capital campaign of its kind, ever.”
 John Gage - “Closing down Fort Bragg and Camp Lejeune schools won't save taxpayers a significant amount of money now and won't save them any money in the long term,”
 David Gage - “ You needn't discuss business all the time. Your career or activities are equally interesting topics of dinner-time conversation. If the family business is too intrusive, ... it can take a toll on intimacy.”
 David Gage - “People will interview receptionists more carefully than they will with a potential partner. It's much easier for partners to work on a business plan or a marketing plan, rather than sort out how they're going to treat each another.”

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