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 Harold Reynolds - “It's a great time. They're in their own dorms with no parents, only coaches and their buddies. And Little League treats them like kings a video game center, ping pong, a pool, ice cream ... you name it, anything a kid could want. And on top of that, they get to play baseball.”  
 Christopher Drake - “Most parents dont recognize the importance of bright light and how it can affect circadian rhythms.”  
 Christina Moore - “That's okay, I'll just stay in my parents house and find another rich virginal fianc to marry.”  
 Joey DiFrancesco - “We started this company from scratch with one DVD and one television station and look what we have now a growing library of debt-free, high-quality products that continue to build awareness for our Gina D brand. The key factor in selling DVD products is in our future relationship with public television stations. In order to sell product in massive quantities to retailers like Wal-Mart and Target you need to be on public television. We are putting this catalog together with the expectation that we will continue to add branded products associated with the show and other activities that promote Gina D. I want to thank our shareholders and brokers who continue to exercise their below-market priced warrants to acquire a larger position in our company and all of the educators, parents and shareholders who have sent us letters of support and encouragement to keep on going with our business plan.”  
 Janette Low - “I think the most important thing that happened to us the whole time we were here was more recent 911 was really the day that stood in our minds. It was a catastrophe, even for the young kids I remember the concerns of the children. I think it kind of reflected how the parents felt. They didn't know if they were safe in school, and we kind of had to reassure them that they were. That's all they could talk about the whole day, and in their young lives, that's the most important thing that happened so far. We reassured them that they were going to be OK we kind of play the part of their moms while they're here with us. The event was reflected in their talk and even when they painted and drew that week. They drew tall buildings.”  
 Charlie Weis - “It's significant, especially because we have a national recruiting base. A lot of these kids that go away from home go a long distance and their parents can't just come up to every game. I think the fact that you can tell them that week in and week out, they can be seen on national TV not regional, not local definitely is a good selling point with their families.”  
 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.”  
 Mick Cronin - “I've been in contact with his parents. He's OK. I think he has some personal things he's working through right now. I plan on meeting with him when we get back, then we'll go from there.”  
 Marty Thompson - “I don't know about you, but I worked my way through college. And if I can get that student graduating with the skills and abilities that are going to pay those bills or help you parents pay those bills it's very beneficial.”  
 Senator Kerry - “In 22 states parents cant take kids fishing and eat the fish if theyre lucky enough to catch anything because of mercury. Think about that. In 44 of all river bodies and streams its not safe to fish or swim. And yet industrial polluters continue to block legislation that would prevent mercury and MTBE from polluting our water supplies and leaving children with debilitating diseases.”  
 Katrina Stewart - “My parents wouldn't let me have a dog when I was a kid. I tell them they should have let me have one back thenI wouldn't have so many now.”  
 John Criscuolo - “We got the parents to come out and we still get criticized. I'm really beside myself I can't understand that board that basically controls taxes in this town taking that kind of action.”  
 John Reeve - “Parents are not only missing out on up to 645 in lost growth, but they are robbing themselves of the opportunity to invest with the provider of their choice.”  
 Janette Low - “I think the most important thing that happened to us the whole time we were here was more recent 911 was really the day that stood in our minds. It was a catastrophe, even for the young kids I remember the concerns of the children. I think it kind of reflected how the parents felt. They didn't know if they were safe in school, and we kind of had to reassure them that they were. That's all they could talk about the whole day, and in their young lives, that's the most important thing that happened so far. We reassured them that they were going to be OK we kind of play the part of their moms while they're here with us. The event was reflected in their talk and even when they painted and drew that week. They drew tall buildings.”  
 Jessie McCartney - “Lee has a great team and they've definitely proven themselves this year. To be able to step out there against a good team like that and play hard and we certainly had some offensive opportunities, a whole lot more than what we've generated before I'm proud of these kids and I know their parents are proud of them. I have a fantastic group of kids.”  
 Joey DiFrancesco - “We started this company from scratch with one DVD and one television station and look what we have now a growing library of debt-free, high-quality products that continue to build awareness for our Gina D brand. The key factor in selling DVD products is in our future relationship with public television stations. In order to sell product in massive quantities to retailers like Wal-Mart and Target you need to be on public television. We are putting this catalog together with the expectation that we will continue to add branded products associated with the show and other activities that promote Gina D. I want to thank our shareholders and brokers who continue to exercise their below-market priced warrants to acquire a larger position in our company and all of the educators, parents and shareholders who have sent us letters of support and encouragement to keep on going with our business plan.”  
 Warrick Dunn - “The uncle, the one that nobody one knew where he was at, is in Baton Rouge, ... We're still looking for some cousins. My grandfather he came up. It's just a blessing, but I have so many family members that have just lost everything. Their homes and everything. I have a bunch of friends that are just traumatized. There's still a lot of people they haven't heard from. Their family members, parents, kids separated from their moms.”  
 Christina Moore - “That's okay, I'll just stay in my parents house and find another rich virginal fianc to marry.”  
 Randy White - “But we've got a good group to work with. They have a good work ethic. They're good people with good parents. It's not just coaching it goes back to home, where their parents teach them to be the people they are.”  
 Debbie Oliver - “It's time to start thinking of parents and families as community builders and not just as service recipients. While the craniofacial community may be small by comparison to other health issue communities like heart disease or cancer or diabetes, we are nonetheless a community. Dont underestimate individuals with facial differences or their parents what they have learned in their lives can be put to meaningful use to help others.”  
 Harold Reynolds - “It's a great time. They're in their own dorms with no parents, only coaches and their buddies. And Little League treats them like kings a video game center, ping pong, a pool, ice cream ... you name it, anything a kid could want. And on top of that, they get to play baseball.”  
 Stephanie Contreras - “It's dangerous and difficult when a person has a chronic mental illness. Some are living on the streets the rest of the family gets to a place where they have to worry about their own concerns, or their parents die, and there's nowhere for them to go.”  
 Greg Taylor - “I brought in 25 today. I convinced my parents to let me clean out the basement. It wasn't fun but it was worth it.”  
 Jennifer Chrisler - “You've got to love their determination. I do think it points out something really unique about these parentsthey are really driven to do things so that their children can access all of the great things that every child in this country can access. Gay and lesbian parents are really dedicated to that and moved by that.”  
 Leslie Fausset - “When this opportunity was presented to me, it was just the perfect combination of taking my 30-plus years of experience and reconnecting to the heart and soul of public education the students, parents and teachers.”  

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