My Favorite Quotes
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 Trish Stratus - “Oh, gosh, okay... well, my biggest injury was probably a bone chip in my ankle that required surgery.”  
 Bubba Sparxxx - “A lot of people thought I was going to be a one-hit wonder, so I had that chip on my shoulder.”  
 Sydney Schanberg - “Lacey had this huge chip on his shoulder. He walked into the room thinking that the people didn't welcome him and didn't like him. He gave the impression that he didn't understand the Voice and New York, and he didn't want to.”  
 Arthur Rock - “And then lo and behold IBM, Apple and Motorola took an ad in all the newspapers, double page ad, and said, announcing the chip that they were now able to manufacture it and that they were going to kill Intel.”  
 Mike Marsh - “To pick up a chip, attach it to the antenna and finish off the assembly requires mechanical movement of components in the assembly machinary.”  
 Mike Marsh - “The transponder requirements have three major sections, namely the chip the antenna and the assembly of the chip and the antenna onto the goods being labelled.”  
 Mike Marsh - “The chip comes from silicon foundries who have been running their plants for the past fifty years, understand mass manufacture, and are the area that is most likely to understand the volume increase problem.”  
 Joni Mitchell - “Not to dismiss Gershwin, but Gershwin is the chip Ellington was the block.”  
 Ralph Merkle - “Manufacturing takes place in very large facilities. If you want to build a computer chip, you need a giant semiconductor fabrication facility. But nature can grow complex molecular machines using nothing more than a plant.”  
 Bill Laimbeer - “We came in today with a chip on our shoulder to prove who we are.”  
 Kevin J. Anderson - “Wouldn't you like to have an augmented memory chip that you could plug into your head so you don't have to look everything up and remember everything”  
 Joe Henderson - “The Chip also reduces the damage done by bandits. They still steal drinks and cheers along the course, but no longer scramble the paying runners' results. No entry fee, no Chip, no time or place.”  
 Mohamed ElBaradei - “Everybody has to chip in, I think, and see how we can have a functioning system of collective security where we do not continue to face the threat of countries trying to acquire weapons of mass destruction or particularly nuclear weapons.”  
 Trent Dilfer - “Went to 16 and hit a really bad 3 wood for my second shot and got stuck in the bunker about 70 yards from the pin. Poor execution, chunked it, hit a good chip up to about eight feet, missed it.”  
 Billy Corgan - “In the beginning, though, I have to admit that I did have a chip on my shoulder. I did want to prove everyone wrong. But after I went through the process and came out the other side, it wasn't about anyone else.”  
 John Cleese - “The English contribution to world cuisine - the chip.”  
 Austin Kirby - “I was just itching to help. Chip already had five or seven points, so I felt like I had to do something.”  
 Bern Williams - “People who say, Let the chips fall where they may, usually figure they will not be hit by a chip.”  
 Ben Taylor - “I've always played with a chip on my shoulder, ... People always said I'm not that fast, I haven't been that strong, I haven't been that big. But I'm standing here today. A lot of players have that story. I've been able to capitalize on my opportunities.”  
 Ben Kwong - “It's time for the blue-chip stocks to catch up with the H shares. It's obvious that funds are switching to blue-chip stocks from the pricey H shares, which may have reached a peak.”  
 Bill Willis - “The data storage on the chip could include all three of those your face, your fingerprint or your iris ... so when you present yourself to get into another country, you will be required to present your biometric to make sure the holder of the passport is the same person as who's on the passport.”  
 Brad Pearce - “I'm glad to hear that Chip played with some intensity. He was bumped down in the lineup for that reason and I hope that that opened his eyes.”  
 Bob Hartley - “Right now, I root for any team that plays against Tampa Bay. I think it is only normal at this point. We need help, and any teams that want to chip in, we really appreciate their help.”  
 Brad Childress - “He's a prideful guy. He's fully aware of all the things that were said about him last year, whether it was teammates or whether it was newspaper articles, whatever it was. He doesn't have his head in the sand. From that standpoint, I think he'll come in with a chip on his shoulder and know that he's got to re-establish himself on the field.”  
 Brad Brownell - “We had a little chip on our shoulder all weekend. We're the top seed, but everybody has been talking about other teams deserving at-large bids. Very few people were talking about us, so I felt we had to play our way in and we certainly did that.”  

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