Summer Related Quotes



“I'm thrilled with all the improvements the team has made this summer and can't wait to get on the court and start playing.”

Alonzo Mourning


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“Coming into our fifth year, we've come a long way from our first summer of two shows,”

Michael Newton


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“Many a person has been saved from summer alcoholism, not to mention hypertoxicity, by Dostoyevsky.”

Roy Blount Jr.


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“There are a handful of records of people spotting sperm whales in the region -- and they're all in the summer. Likewise, all of the historic whaling records are from the summer. The Gulf of Alaska is not a place you want to be in the winter. But apparently, sperm whales don't mind.”

David K. Mellinger


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“How did we end the summer ... stuck between a Roberts and a hard place? We've spent months poring over 60,000 pages from the National Archives and reams of personal profiles for clues about how John Roberts would rule on the highest court in land. ... The bottom line is that barring some last minute photo of John Roberts popping out of a cake at a KKK rally smoking crack, he's going to be confirmed. And if he were magically derailed, who would be next? ... John Roberts may turn out to be as far right as People for the American Way says. But he may also be as good as it gets under this administration.”

Ellen Goodman


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“It's a statement to how hard we worked all summer. It's the same team as last year, we're just missing those couple superstars. We're just that much better this year.”

Harold Ryan


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“We plan to [continue using ground-penetrating radar] this summer. We have not yet done any excavation or digging because that requires permission from the French government.”

David Woodcock


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“Winter is the new summer for blockbuster releases,”

Harry Potter


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“It's getting more comfortable here. The once lifeless hills are covered in green. We used to wear jackets in summer but nowadays shorts and T-shirts are enough.”

Zhang Jianhua


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“If we want to do repairs next summer, we're going to have to get moving fairly quickly,”

Harold Ford


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