My Favorite Quotes
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 Mike Lentz - “Every detail is intended to be part of a complete story. It has importance, and we spend a lot of time on these details. As a guest you stand in that place and you feel like you're in some place really, really different.”
 John Lentz - “Bryan's a tough kid to shoot the ball over. He (Kindred) missed a couple 'bunnies', but he saved us a couple times with blocks in the second half.”
 Mike Lentz - “I have some trouble giving increases to employees in excess of what we are getting in revenue from the state. We're probably going to be laying off teachers, administrators or other significant employees.”
 Cris Slentz - “I'm almost convinced that dieting is totally useless.”
 Cris Slentz - “We also found that a modest exercise program equivalent to a brisk 30-minute walk six times a week can prevent accumulation of visceral fat, while even more exercise can actually reverse the amount of visceral fat.”
 Jim Lentz - “Toyota started studying U.S. small-car possibilities in 2001. We began understanding how big generations X and Y would be and how ... small cars were getting bigger and more expensive. We saw opportunity.”
 Eric Lentz - “He supplies good power and can drive the ball. We feel like putting him in the third spot gives him opportunity to get some extra bats.”
 Jim Lentz - “From bumper-to-bumper, under the hood and from the inside out the new Tundra is a true American truck that will set a new benchmark in the full-size truck segment. It will be aimed at the 'True Trucker,' the true opinion leaders among full-size owners. True Truckers are highly credible because they use, punish, and demand the most out of the pickups they buy.”
 Cris Slentz - “In my opinion, you either realize that exercise is really good for you and you make it a No. 1 priority, or you don't.”
 Mike Lentz - “I think we all had a sense he wasn't going to make it.”
 Jim Lentz - “Concepts are more reality-based, because it costs so much money to develop them. We use them as a learning tool. We'd sorely miss the opportunity if we didn't listen to people.”
 Mike Lentz - “If nothing drastic changes, we'll be looking at a 1 million deficit next year. The sooner we cut it, the less deep we're going to have to go later. We're not saving anything by not making cuts, we're just delaying them and multiplying the costs.”
 Cris Slentz - “In our study, the control group that did not exercise saw a sizable and significant 8.6 percent increase in visceral fat in only six months.”
 Eric Lentz - “(Finch) has been one of our most consistent performers. He can pitch, catch, play first and gives us some flexibility.”
 Cris Slentz - “We believe that these results shine a clear spotlight on the high costs Americans are paying for their continued inactivity. I don't believe that people in general have gotten lazier -- it's more that they are working too hard or are at their desks working on computers with fewer opportunities for exercise. The situation is out of balance.”
 Jim Lentz - “There are 64 million Gen Y buyers coming into the marketplace. We know when they come to market to buy a vehicle, new or used, they will spend on average about 15,000.”