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 Gerald Laird - “I'm throwing good, my thumb is 100 percent,”
 Gerald Laird - “He pitched good all the way. These guys are just good hitters. It happens. You can't hang your head. We're still in the game. It's just one of those things you have to swallow and put behind you.”
 John Laird - “Proposition 76 would override the voter protection on local government funding, ... Nothing else would allow anyone to dip into those funds.”
 Rob Laird - “We believe that we still have a pretty good hockey team, but it just needs to right itself.”
 John Laird - “What happened to our Senate Central Coast district was a massive injustice for the region and for Fred,”
 Gerald Laird - “Being patient and relaxed is the key. You have to let the ball come to you, because it moves so much. You get too aggressive and go after a ball, with the late movement, that's when you have some problems.”
 Billy Laird - “Penalties, missed assignments I'm very disappointed in that part of our game. I thought we did a lot of good things last week, but you're not going to have a chance to beat anybody until you've eliminated most of those mistakes.”
 Dave Laird - “That was probably the gutsiest performance I've seen a long time. I just hope we can get him healthy, that's the key.”
 Gerald Laird - “I want to do well, that's why I'm here, ... I went down and did everything they asked offensively and defensively. Now, it's time to come do it up here.”
 Billy Laird - “We watched film and had a workout in the weight room. I don't like to do it, but we're going to have to do it two more times.”
 John Laird - “Given what happened to the Central Coast, it's hard to support the current system, but since the last census 3.6 million people have been added. And to turn over the most diverse state in the union to a panel of retired judges, which is a very undiverse group ... I'd support an independent commission, or an independent commission with legislative review, or some other kind of hybrid.”
 John Laird - “Given what happened to the Central Coast, it's hard to support the current system, but since the last census 3.6 million people have been added. And to turn over the most diverse state in the union to a panel of retired judges, which is a very undiverse group ... I'd support an independent commission, or an independent commission with legislative review, or some other kind of hybrid.”
 Rob Laird - “We got to know Torch, and I think Torch impressed Dave with his interview. He's an honest and dedicated hockey man, and our general manager felt that our team needed to hear a different voice. Torch can bring that.”
 John Laird - “I just think I was sent up here to vote,”
 Rob Laird - “If you look at the growth in Chinese travel, the predictions of 2,600 aircraft over 20 years is reasonable. It's not just growth, it's replacement.”
 John Laird - “I think there were just a few things that were unresolved Friday night. Things were about 90 percent of the way there, and I think the weekend allowed us to potentially fill that last gap.”
 Julie Laird - “We are still fine-tuning the programming. But we are bringing local news back.”
 Julie Laird - “What we're finding is that teenagers really like the music. We've gotten good feedback from kids in Woodland, too. Everybody likes it. I think it's because we play the best songs from each decade, with an occasional new hit tossed in. Good music is timeless.”
 Andrew Laird - “I'm convinced there's something going on, and I'm pretty sure that the majority of it isn't naturally caused.”
 Gerald Laird - “Coco is our closer. We live and die with him. I think he is great. Sometimes you have a night you can't find the rhythm.”
 Gerald Laird - “I want to show them that I'm healthy and that there are no problems with anything, ... I'll play whenever I get in there, but I want to get in contention for next year.”
 Thomas Laird - “We had to cancel the cooking contest because several of the teams were from Mississippi and had family complications because of Hurricane Katrina. Another had a death in the family. There were just too many complications, but we'll give that part of the event an honest shot next year.”
 John Laird - “Its a new computer system and a lot of people, so its going to take some time,”
 Thomas Laird - “The guy who won the Pearl Drums drum-off was a 15-year-old kid from right here in this neighborhood. And that was some serious competition, too.”
 Thomas Laird - “We're going to get it set up for next year so we not only have blues, but we also have a barbecue competition. All in all, for a first-time event, it was a success.”

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