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 Michael Lindell - “This is a matter of such great importance to not only Mr. Shaffer, but to all the citizens of Jacksonville.”
 Rian Lindell - “Brian and I come down here as many times as we can during the week,”
 Rian Lindell - “It's always nice to win and when you can say you contributed, which I did today, it's a great feeling.”
 Rian Lindell - “I thought I hit the ball pretty well today,”
 Rian Lindell - “When the refs aren't set or the ball's not right, like when they say, 'Wait, wait, wait, we've got to move it back a yard,' or something, and the clock's still going. The refs probably ice you more than anything. But when they call timeout it's not that big of a deal.”
 Michael Lindell - “People were spooked by hurricane Katrina, and understandably so. It was not only a national news story, but with so many evacuees in Houston, it became very salient to people here. That's the reason why everybody decided to be very cautious.”
 Michael Lindell - “People were spooked by hurricane Katrina, and understandably so, ... It was not only a national news story, but with so many evacuees in Houston, it became very salient to people here. That's the reason why everybody decided to be very cautious.”
 Michael Lindell - “If folks don't think government and their fellow citizens are up to the task, they may not feel that they are, either. What's civic morale going to be like, long term I don't think we can say yet. We haven't ever seen anything like this.”
 Michael Lindell - “The fact that they did a good job of hosting evacuees from Hurricane Katrina is certainly to their credit, but that is not the problem that we're worried about, ... Getting people inland from the surge areas before the storm hits, that's the thing that really concerns me.”
 Michael Lindell - “There is an enormous change going on in the community. But people don't really understand what's going on. And so they start talking to each other. It happens in all kinds of disasters. The rumors tend to revolve around people's fears of what could happen.”
 Michael Lindell - “We do believe in this particular case it's clear that we're talking about public property that belongs to the city of Jacksonville.”
 Rian Lindell - “You have to get the wind out of your mind. Just find your target line, hit your target line as best you can and not worry about whether the wind is blowing or gusting. You just feel it on your body and just let it go.”