Second Related Quotes



“Excluding restructuring and the other non-recurring items we discussed, I expect to see strong second- half performance with solid double-digit earnings growth from our core businesses.”

William Johnson


“Luck take a second look at what appears to be someone's ''good luck.'' You'll find not luck but preparation, planning, and success-producing thinking.”

David Joseph Schwartz


“Won, 15-13, on a last-second field goal,”

Lloyd Mcclendon


“We had the start we wanted, but we had a bad second period and let them back in it. A lot of bounces didn't go our way in this whole series; but there's nothing we can do, so we'll have to live with it.”

Aaron Gagnon


“The parties agreed to hold another round of talks by the second quarter of this year and to establish a working group to address, and attempt to resolve, detailed issues in between plenary sessions,”

Richard Boucher


Never tell your wife she's bad in bed. She'll go out and get a second opinion.

Rodney Dangerfield


“It was a matter of some breaks not going our way. We were much more competitive in the second half than in the first half. The first 18 minutes (of the second half) was ours and the last 22 minutes was theirs.”

Ken Howell


“That was a nice run that they [Jackets] made in the second half. When you go on the road in the ODAC, you had better bring your 'A' game.”

David Macedo


“We're in the second year of the two-year base.”

Kevin Biersack


“[For its second season, Nate is moving away from sketches toward more character-driven story lines, mostly centered on Perbix's departure and the remaining core trio's start-up company, a video-production business. The fictional concept isn't far from reality: Gillette, an illustrator, writer, and designer, is also a video techie who's been tinkering with the form since high school. Perbix, who left at the end of last season, is said to have departed on good terms, though the group, careful not to give away too much of the season's plot, is tight-lipped about details.] Basically, we thought, if we could do any type of show, what would we do? ... And we all decided that this was it. Something that goes beyond the quick laugh.”

David Gillette