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 Peter Linn - “It was a heck of a dual meet. It was an incredibly close meet, but that doesn't give justice to how close it really was.”
 Susan Linn - “We can no longer stand by while our children's health is sacrificed for corporate profits.”
 Susan Linn - “We all grew up with Scholastic. They are really thought of as educational.”
 John Flinn - “It's really a time saver. I can tell my gaffer, Put a stick in the corner over there,' and he'll install a fluorescent tube that illuminates a small area.”
 John Flinn - “It's really a time saver. I can tell my gaffer, 'Put a stick in the corner over there,' and he'll install a fluorescent tube that illuminates a small area.”
 John Flinn - “It's really a time saver, ... I can tell my gaffer, Put a stick in the corner over there,' and he'll install a fluorescent tube that illuminates a small area.”
 John Flinn - “It's really a time saver, ... I can tell my gaffer, 'Put a stick in the corner over there,' and he'll install a fluorescent tube that illuminates a small area.”
 Max Linn - “Polls show that voters still support the current term-limits law, but lawmakers aren't listening. We are buying them hearing devices that have powerful amplifiers, so they truly can hear the voice of the voters.”
 Max Linn - “We are speaking to groups throughout the state, reminding them to vote 'NO' to weakening term limits. This ballot initiative has been tainted from the start. The outcome will be meaningless because the electorate has been presented with a deceptive question.”
 Peter Linn - “You never know after the winter training trip how exactly they will swim. Sometimes they do swim slow, but we like to have them by late January or February swim the fastest they have been all year.”
 Max Linn - “The president can do his job in eight years and the governor can do his job in eight years. If governors can do their jobs in eight years, so can legislators.”
 Max Linn - “Most ballot initiatives are required to spell out the issue for voters in the title. Not this one. Rather than asking voters if they want to extend term limits from 8 to 12 years, the title of this measure reads simply 'Term Limits.'”
 Kelly Flinn - “salute smartly, get Marc Zigo the hell out of my life and move on. I wouldn't have to live under his threats anymore.”
 Max Linn - “The initiative is intended to stop politicians from switching from the House to the Senate or vice versa when their terms have run out. Right now we don't have real term limits because politicians can defeat the spirit of the law by playing political musical chairs.”
 Max Linn - “In speeches to groups across the state I have made the point that lawmakers have delivered a slap in the face to citizens who voted overwhelmingly in favor of eight-year term limits in 1992. Now lawmakers are running from their decision.”
 Max Linn - “The voters have already decided that eight is enough. The people of Florida voted almost 77 percent in favor of term limits in 1992. The Supreme Court unanimously upheld that decision. The legislature's move to extend term limits is outrageous.”
 Peter Linn - “Under the circumstances, I think we had two great meets. Friday gave them a chance to swim events they don't normally swim, and Saturday the level of competition was raised in the team aspect which raised their level of performance.”
 Susan Linn - “It's exploiting all of their vulnerabilities wanting to fit in, wanting to be important. It's promoting the idea that a girl's relationship with a company makes her cool.”
 Susan Linn - “There is simply no moral, ethical or social justification for marketing junk food to children. Children have a right to grow up, and parents have the right to raise them, without being undermined by commercial interests.”
 Susan Linn - “It's irresponsible of George Lucas to OK the marketing around this PG-13 movie to young children, ... Consuming Kids The Hostile Takeover of Childhood.”
 Susan Linn - “For over thirty years, public health advocates have urged companies to stop marketing junk food to children. Even as rates of childhood obesity have soared, neither Viacom nor Kellogg has listened. We can no longer stand by as our children's health is sacrificed for corporate profits.”
 Susan Linn - “For over 30 years, public health advocates have urged companies to stop marketing junk food to children. Even as rates of childhood obesity have soared, neither Viacom nor Kellogg has listened.”
 Susan Linn - “If marketing to children affects their food choices, then it's time to stop marketing to them.”
 Bill Flinn - “TV is the way of taking this small-town festival in California and sharing it with the world.”
 Susan Linn - “Essentially it is a betrayal of babies and families. There is no evidence that media is beneficial for babies, and they are starting to find evidence that it may be harmful. Until we know for sure, we shouldn't risk putting them in front of the television.”

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