My Favorite Quotes
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 Don Kincaid - “It's shaping up to be the best field in the tournament's 13 years here. You'll see golf as good as you'll see anywhere at Burningtree this week.”
 Cliff Kincaid - “If you remind people that terrorists are actually planning to kill us, that tends to support the case made by President Bush.”
 Cliff Kincaid - “He appeared with Hillary Clinton at a Children's Defense Fund event in New York on January 16.”
 Michael Kincaid - “People are bringing out electronic locks with bells and whistles, all sorts of features. Yet our good old, mechanical push-button lock still dominates the (keyless-access-control) market because there is such a strong demand out there for what we call basic keyless convenience.”
 Don Kincaid - “Tom and I had a few discussions and got an agreement signed. Flowe and the staff at Burningtree have been excellent to work with in preparing for the tournament. They are really wanting this to be first class. The tour has always wanted to play the Burningtree course.”
 Cliff Kincaid - “They're not going to let that happen again. In order to get back at the administration, they're going to try to undermine the policy with constant gloom and doom and negative news.”
 Jamaica Kincaid - “I swim in a shaft of light, upside down, and I can see myself clearly, through and through, from every angle. Perhaps I stand on the brink of a great discovery.”
 Jamaica Kincaid - “I didn't think of myself as an outsider because of my race because... where I grew up I was the same race as almost everyone else... It is true that I noticed things that no one else seemed to notice. And I think only people who are outsiders do this.”
 Jamaica Kincaid - “If I actually ran the world, I'd do it from the kitchen. It's not anything deliberate or a statement or anything, that's just how I understand things. It's arranged along informal lines.”
 Jamaica Kincaid - “My disappointments stand up and grow ever taller. They will not be lost to me.”
 Jamaica Kincaid - “In isolation I ruthlessly plow the deep silences, seeking my opportunities like a miner seeking veins of treasures. In what shallow glimmering space shall I find what glimmering glory”
 Jamaica Kincaid - “Gardeners (or just plain simple writers who write about the garden) always have something they like intensely and in particular, right at the moment you engage them in the reality of the borders they cultivate, the space in the garden they occupy at any moment, they like in particular this, or they like in particular that.”