My Favorite Quotes
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 Mick Laver - “The Internet changes everything. I now estimate what I'll need and then double it. More copper, more fiber, higher-density switches.”
 Rod Laver - “The next point - that's all you must think about.”
 Rod Laver - “There's a lot of ingredients go into being a good tennis player.”
 Rod Laver - “When you've got your man down, rub him out.”
 Kreg Klaver - “The last time we played South Hamilton, we beat them, 60-28, and I think our kids felt they could maybe just show up tonight and beat them. Hopefully, they learned a valuable lesson.”
 Mick Laver - “These guys don't have the time, interest or expertise to be system administrators. Security is the area that suffers most.”
 Kreg Klaver - “There were several times that our kids showed a lot of heart. I am really proud of the kids. They fought really hard, and it is really proud to be a Norsemen tonight.”
 Jim Laver - “As El Nino matures, it is expected to first impact the Atlantic hurricane season in late September and October, then U.S. temperatures and precipitation in the fall and winter.”
 Kreg Klaver - “That was a highlight of my coaching career. It was an enjoyable experience. He was always a gym rat growing up as a coach's kid, and he put in a lot of hard work. I really enjoyed coaching him.”
 James Laver - “The same costume will be Indecent 10 years before its time, Shameless 5 years before its time, OutrT (daring) 1 year before its time, Smart, Dowdy 1 year after its time, Hideous 20 years after its time, Ridiculous 20 years after its time, Amusing 30 years after its time, Quaint 50 years after its time, Charming 70 years after its time, Romantic 100 years after its time, Beautiful 150 years after its time.”
 James Laver - “The same dress is indecent ten years before its time daring one year before its time chic (contemporarily seductive) in its time dowdy five years after its time hideous twenty years after its time amusing thirty years after its time romantic one hundred years after its time beautiful one hundred and fifty years after its time.”
 Rod Laver - “When you have the opportunity, you strike.”
 Jim Laver - “Unless you set thermostats lower, consumption should be close to normal.”
 Annie Wolaver - “My grandpa always says he likes music that still sounds good when you unplug it.”
 Annie Wolaver - “My grandmother was musically gifted, and Annie recognized that gift. My grandmother did the same for my mother. My parents did the same for us.”
 Mick Laver - “This sounds corny, but this is my dream job - second to being a rock star. As a boy, I knew I wanted to work at Scripps.”
 Jim Laver - “We want people to understand that it only takes one hurricane, or tropical storm, to bring death and destruction.”
 Rod Laver - “As soon as they make a mistake, he sits on top of them and he's got a wide-open court because he's not back very far.”
 James Laver - “During the summer, nearly every area of the country is normally subject to periods of extreme heat, wetness, or dryness. Summer weather patterns over the continental U.S. are more difficult to forecast than those in the winter season because they are not strongly tied to a climate indicator, such as an El Nino or La Nina.”
 Jim Laver - “It is too early to say with confidence what effects this La Nina event will have on the 2006 hurricane season.”
 Rod Laver - “There's a lot of competition now and a lot of the players have adapted his game to what they do, keeping the ball in play and chasing balls down.”
 James Laver - “Poor Englishwomen When it comes to their clothes-well, the French reaction is a shrug, the Italian reaction a spreading of the hands and a lifting of the eyes and the American reaction simply one of amused contempt.”
 Annie Wolaver - “When we started, I guess it came down to the fact that our connections were there, our heart was in the church, and our music is very different from the typical church band. It's not praise and worship music.”
 Annie Wolaver - “I was named after her. Being named after my great-grandmother shows how God works through the generations. She died in her mid 40s of cancer. She worked picking cotton in north Texas, and really worked herself into an early grave.”
 Kreg Klaver - “You've got to give them credit defensively, but we just weren't really strong with the basketball. There were three or four times where they just took it from our hands. We were just careless, and you can't have those things against a quality team.”

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