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 Rick Clunn - “You're going to be making a lot of decisions, and you hope they're the right ones.”
 Billy Lunn - “I never thought it was a dangerous prospect until journalists brought it up. It does get intense, because we know the maps of each others' heads, and we know where the self-destruct buttons are. But I feel more open with these guys. I can trust them. As for Charlotte, we have tunnel vision. We want to be together forever.”
 Billy Lunn - “I had renegade parents. Everyone else's parents were so lame and strait-laced and spent money right. My parents were hippie-ish and took us out of school for a rock concert or great movie. Their record collection was really important to me. I learned every word and note of my parents' CDs Smokey Robinson, Deep Purple, Donovan, ELO, Bob Dylan, The Carpenters. It was very eclectic.”
 Rick Clunn - “In a three-day tournament, it's 95 percent skill and 5 percent luck.”
 Billy Lunn - “I had renegade parents. Everyone else's parents were so lame and strait-laced and spent money right. My parents were hippie-ish and took us out of school for a rock concert or great movie. Their record collection was really important to me. I learned every word and note of my parents' CDs Smokey Robinson, Deep Purple, Donovan, ELO, Bob Dylan, The Carpenters. It was very eclectic.”
 Billy Lunn - “I had renegade parents. Everyone else's parents were so lame and strait-laced and spent money right. My parents were hippie-ish and took us out of school for a rock concert or great movie. Their record collection was really important to me. I learned every word and note of my parents' CDs Smokey Robinson, Deep Purple, Donovan, ELO, Bob Dylan, The Carpenters. It was very eclectic.”
 Gary Lunn - “There is tremendous opportunity right across the country. I think it's a great career to get into if I was a young student.”
 Rick Clunn - “I've never adhered to the age philosophy in this country. Every day you should be making a contribution. You should be dead tired at the end of every day.”
 Gary Lunn - “I think the saddest part of all of this is there is not one mention of any type of accountability from their political masters, ... They are in this mode of blaming it on the civil servants.”
 Gary Lunn - “It's frustrating because everyone wants this heritage building taken care of, fixed properly, but you couldn't get away with that in the private sector, this very loose use of a client's money,”
 Billy Lunn - “Josh started to learn the drums because he was just this troublemaker kid. It was really because my parents wanted to calm him down a bit. Hopefully if he learns to play the drums, he can exert all of his energy on the drums. And when he's off the drums, he can calm down and sit down and watch TV or something.”
 Gary Lunn - “I am very very supportive of this and it's something I look forward to bringing forward to cabinet.”
 Gary Lunn - “an enormous new bureaucracy.”
 Billy Lunn - “It really hit home that we were developing a community here, people who really truly loved the Subways. Ever since we put all of our money in a pot and went around on our first U.K. tour, it was really about building a society or a movement. We really felt like we could relate to our audience, like they understood what we were saying.”
 Billy Lunn - “To be honest, I don't think we've earned that yet. The most unhealthy thing is to get a lot of attention when we haven't really worked for it.”
 Rick Clunn - “I think this Classic will be the first where the practice will mean something. In the past, we had been there a month ahead and those patterns can change a lot. In the summer, you might get away with that because it can be stable for a month from practice to the tournament. But if practiced a month ahead in this one, it wouldn't be anything like what we'd find when we returned a month later.”