My Favorite Quotes
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 Ron Krantz - “It is expensive, it creates a bottleneck at the mail server, and it isn't clear that such a scan will be all that effective.”
 Judith Krantz - “Heaven knows, I've exposed myself in my novels through the use of fantasy and imagination... now my new book is about what really happened to me... not my heroines.”
 Lou Ehrenkrantz - “I don't think the market can go much higher, and I don't think the Dow Jones average will immediately go to 10,000 or anything like that. I think we've seen the great rise. That doesn't mean we're going to see a terrible decline, but I think the great rise is over and caution is the word.”
 Joe Krantz - “It enables us to have more danger in more areas of the field. For example, we had Pat Taylor at wing on Friday. It spreads out the attack a little bit.”
 Lou Ehrenkrantz - “The analogy is apt, but remember, when a baseball player has a bad year, that contract is renegotiated down very often. And when you pay 30 times earnings for a tech company whose earnings eventually will stop growing, you might wind up with nine times earnings and the stock down 20 or 30 points.”
 Judith Krantz - “I'm convinced that it's energy and humor. The two of them combined equal charm.”
 Judith Krantz - “It's that or get fat again, she told herself, as she . . . searched the windows for new merchandise. The thrill was in the trying on, in the buying. The moment after she had acquired something new it became meaningless to her. . . .”
 Judith Krantz - “Billy thought privately that the rich are different only because people treat them as if they were. Sometimes she wondered why people bothered. Yet, there it was, that slight self-consciousness, the faint over-consideration, that eagerness to charm . . .”
 Judith Krantz - “The only way to find out if you can write is to set aside a certain period every day and try. Save enough money to give yourself six months to be a full-time writer. Work every day and the pages will pile up.”
 Judith Krantz - “I have only one reader -- me. I'm the average reader. If I like it, that's all I worry about.”

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