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 Walter Ulbricht - “It is the most important contribution we can make to speeding up reunification.”
 Walter Ulbricht - “In the past, people worked together only when some great disaster threatened.”
 Walter Ulbricht - “Gifts fall from heaven only in fairy tales.”
 Walter Ulbricht - “By next year, 1953, rationing will be abolished and all foodstuffs and industrial goods will be available at fixed and affordable prices.”
 Walter Ulbricht - “By 1955 we will have more meat, sugar, milk, etc., per capita than we did in 1936. The same will be true of many other important goods.”
 Walter Ulbricht - “Any sensible family has a budget that lays out how much will be spent for household and other purposes. Without such planning, things would quickly go awry.”
 Mark Richt - “We've never done that. It's not a bad idea. I've never thought to do that but maybe in the future we will.”
 Mark Richt - “We thought by now T.J. would be practicing.”
 Mark Richt - “I thought he looked a lot like Shane Matthews. It was kind of eerie how much he looked like him. He looked like Shane Matthews as a second- or third-year player, not the first shot out of the cannon.”
 Mark Richt - “It was a little bit surreal to look up and see what the score was that early in the game, ... I thought we could win the game. I didn't necessarily think we could do it in that fashion.”
 Mark Richt - “It's been talked about a lot, probably more than most (openers) for us, and that's because we're playing a great team. It's a team that wins almost every time they play.”
 Mark Richt - “Right now, we think he'll be 100 percent. (Monday) was the first time we let him do everything, and he had no setbacks. I watched him close, and I saw no signs of him limping around or gimping around.”
 Mark Richt - “Right now, we think he'll be 100 percent, ... Monday was the first time we let him do everything, and he had no setbacks. I watched him close, and I saw no signs of him limping around or gimping around.”
 Mark Richt - “Right now, we think he'll be 100 percent, ... (Monday) was the first time we let him do everything, and he had no setbacks. I watched him close, and I saw no signs of him limping around or gimping around.”
 Mark Richt - “It's just different from anybody we've seen. Thankfully, we've had time to practice and prepare for it.”
 Mark Richt - “I try not to be too hard on him. We have a good time when we get together.”
 Mark Richt - “I think we've been taking Bennett for granted around here a long time. He's made those kicks in the games we've been winning. Gosh, you take nine points right there we've got a chance to win the game.”
 Mark Richt - “This is their chance to get in during a game and do it when it counts. This is their chance to show the coaches that they deserve more playing time.”
 Mark Richt - “Any time I can just be dad is a good time,”
 Mark Richt - “I'm blessed to get paid well as it is. Usually, these types of things take time. Time is more precious to me than the money. I get more time to spend with the family.”
 Mark Richt - “(One game) we have looked like a finesse team, a passing team, run it here and there. And the next time we just flat out ran it and didn't even do anything to try and loosen the perimeter.”
 Mark Richt - “We're just trying to get better down there, ... We just need to get more (touchdowns). We're not going to get a touchdown every time, but we need to get a higher percentage of them.”
 Mark Richt - “We were all excited about how the interview was going. I was thrilled to have him back, but it was a little bittersweet because we saw what Coach Ball had to offer also. This time around when a position became available I didn't need to do any interviewing.”
 Mark Richt - “Right now, we think he'll be 100 percent. Monday was the first time we let him do everything, and he had no setbacks. I watched him close, and I saw no signs of him limping around or gimping around.”
 Mark Richt - “He's still in the process of mastering that. He's a willing blocker. A lot of times that's half of the battle.”

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