My Favorite Quotes
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 Keith Bulluck - “All week we stressed the importance of maintaining gaps and attacking downhill and controlling the line of scrimmage.”
 Alma Gluck - “We are rich in the quantity of songs rather than in the quality. The singer has to go through hundreds of compositions before he finds one that really says something.”
 Alma Gluck - “Vocal study before age 20 is likely to be injurious, though some survive it in the hands of very careful and understanding teachers.”
 Alma Gluck - “The sincerity of the art worker must permeate the song as naturally as the green leaves break through the dead branches in springtime.”
 Alma Gluck - “The real artist has no idea that he is sacrificing himself for art. He does what he does for one reason and one reason only-he can't help doing it.”
 Alma Gluck - “One does not study for a goal. The goal is a mere accident.”
 Alma Gluck - “Inspired by the purse rather than the soul, the mercenary side fairly screams in many of the works put out by every day American publishers.”
 Alma Gluck - “French is, in many ways, more difficult for an English-speaking person to sing. It is so full of complex and trying vowels. It requires the utmost subtlety.”
 Keith Bulluck - “There's no way we're supposed to lose 40-7 when we played them close last time. I'm not here to point fingers at nobody. You've got to ask those guys if they gave up, and if they tell you they gave up, then they gave up. I didn't see anyone give up.”
 Keith Bulluck - “I almost feel a little sympathy for them, ... Because every time they dropped back to pass, they couldn't get the ball off.”
 Bob Cluck - “He was throwing really hard today. He had his good changeup. He missed too often with high fastballs, but that's just overthrowing.”
 Keith Bulluck - “Fortunately Peter picked it up. But unfortunately it was him because he was playing on half a leg. Last week or the week before that he scores on that, but not today.”
 Keith Bulluck - “Until we as a team understand that fact, the things we do that are really, really, really, hurting us, will be there every week.”
 Keith Bulluck - “I kind of question his running skills because I don't understand why he was cutting back when there was so much green to the right, ... myself and some guys pushed him in the last three yards.”
 Alma Gluck - “The student who deceives himself into thinking that he is giving his life like an ascetic in the spirit of sacrifice for art, is the victim of a deplorable species of egotism.”
 Keith Bulluck - “I don't see any problem in talking trash if you are winning. If you are winning games you can say whatever you want to say. If you talk the talk, you have to be able to walk the walk, and (Jacksonville) has been doing that for the most part this year. I know if my team was winning, people would hear my mouth.”
 Bob Cluck - “The Central has turned from a weak division into baseball's strongest.”
 Keith Bulluck - “Albert always makes a difference because the offense has to account for where that man is on the field. If they don't he'll give them hell, ... He needs to get the timing back, get the rust off. But we never worry about Albert. He's going to be out there doing his thing.”
 Keith Bulluck - “I have to be honest, this one doesn't beat New England a couple of years ago. It was way louder at that game.”
 Bob Cluck - “He's got a great arm, throws 96 mph. He has a split grip that's already pretty much in place. He just needs some fine-tuning. But I'm happy we have him. He's a talented guy. Colon is going through a period where it's not us adjusting to him, it's him relaxing. He came to the organization and felt a lot of pressure. He knows who he was traded for. He has a lot to prove in his mind, and he hasn't quite relaxed yet. But he will.”
 Bob Cluck - “I thought he became a man that day. I thought it was a great learning opportunity, and he took advantage of it.”
 Bob Cluck - “This bullpen has a lot of pitchers. The game kind of dictated that. It was nothing by design. It's just that it was obvious Douglass wasn't going to get the ball down.”
 Keith Bulluck - “Our defense has definitely grown. Last week I was proud we were able to make that stop to get off the field on third down and give our offense a chance, ... This week's another big test.”
 Oliver Luck - “We believe a parallel can be drawn to the two major communities in Houston English speakers and Spanish speakers. Together (these communities) will create electricity at games unlike any other in MLS.”
 Oliver Luck - “Barcelona has committed to do a three-game tour of the U.S., playing in, I believe the correct order is, Los Angeles, Houston and New York. We just got the confirmation earlier this week.”

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