My Favorite Quotes
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 Frank Lesh - “Any dollar weakness is supportive for gold.”
 Frank Lesh - “Gold has regained its status as an investment vehicle. It's one of the better performing assets in 2005, and I expect gold to work up to 600 next year.”
 Frank Lesh - “Gold is consolidating after reaching new ground. The target this week has been to close above 600, and now the market is waiting for the next push.”
 Phil Lesh - “To sing a simple round is truly an enlightening experience.”
 Phil Lesh - “There was always so much encouragement, to just really take it and run with it, from Deadheads.”
 Phil Lesh - “Of course, we didn't survive to play all the way through the '90s, so I can say that - as I said, everybody in the band was aware of this, and we trying to figure out ways to make it different.”
 Phil Lesh - “Michael is the kind of guy who has rhythm he has rock'n'roll in his soul, whether he really plays it or not.”
 Phil Lesh - “In St. Louis, some people were hurt seriously when some fans got on top of a roof that was where other fans were underneath it, at a park somewhere, and it collapsed.”
 Phil Lesh - “But the Grateful Dead was my band, and I don't have any desire to form a band of my own, or tour with another band, or do anything like that.”
 Phil Lesh - “Bruce's band is so different from the Grateful Dead there's no lead guitar player, for one thing.”
 Phil Lesh - “Because, first of all, we were becoming aware during that tour that there was a group of people that was following the band around, and they weren't interested in coming in to the shows, they were just interested in hangin' out outside and tryin' to break in.”
 Phil Lesh - “And there was a movement afoot to take another year off, and if we had been able to do that, and rethink everything, I think when we came back it would have been very different.”
 Phil Lesh - “And that format was - we'd been using that format, I guess, since the late '70s, and it was starting to get very predictable. In other words, certain songs would surface in the same points in the set every so often it was like rotation.”
 Phil Lesh - “Of course, in the band, we all interpreted in our own way simultaneously, so this time I'm just going to do it all by myself and see what comes out.”
 Phil Lesh - “And many times that did take place, but what I've said in the past, and my gut feeling, is that it was started to calcify in a sense.”
 Eric Bolesh - “Generic drug sales are expected to reach 60 billion by next year and today account for more than half of all prescriptions filled in the US. Branded companies must employ a range of defensive strategies if they are to maintain an influential market position after their patents reach expiration.”
 Phil Lesh - “Yes, Pluton, actually, in the play. And I play him in my most stentorian voice.”
 Phil Lesh - “So, in the course of events, I had an opportunity to come in contact with Colin Matthews, through the Rex Foundation sponsoring recordings of various music that was being recorded over there.”
 Phil Lesh - “Many people out there know that I was trained in classical music, and I studied composition for many years before joining the band.”
 Phil Lesh - “In a way, it's my way of dealing with, finding closure with Grateful Dead music, and giving thanks in a way to Jerry and Bob and all the guys in the band for making up this wonderful music.”
 Phil Lesh - “And the input that we always got from Deadheads, at the moment of making the music, was always a factor.”
 Eric Bolesh - “Close examination shows that dollars invested are not a predictor of staffing levels. Companies, especially those with mid-level and niche brands, are going to prioritize their needs and make the best use of their limited resources, including staff.”
 Phil Lesh - “But we were really locked in to that kind of format, and as the '90s wore on, it became for me more solidified, in that sense that there weren't as many of those magical shows that were just magic all the way through as there had been in earlier years.”
 Phil Lesh - “Especially in the realm of bringing an opportunity to do something creative to people, as I said, who wouldn't ordinarily have that opportunity. I think that's very important.”
 Eric Bolesh - “Setting realistic goals and having a well-thought-out plan is important. Generic competition in any given market is inevitable. Start your next- generation drug development early -- just after product launch -- and be ready to show patients that the benefits gained from the scientific advances of a next-generation drug outweigh the savings that come from switching to generics.”

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