We're up here for a reason. We can play.
Today's settlement is positive proof of the continued progress we are achieving in the grain industry, through the co-operative enforcement efforts of federal, state and local agencies.
Joe (Simpson) came up and said, 'Enjoy it. (The novelty) lasts about a month and then it's just baseball again,' ... And for me, that was pretty much right on. It was about a month and then it was more like, these are my teammates and have been and let's finish out the season and win the World Series.
Playing as much as I was, then going from that to not playing every day for the first time in my life was pretty frustrating. I didn't really know what was going on, I never really heard anything. I'm shocked.
I don't think there's a person in all America that doesn't like that guy [Biggio].
[The pact marks] a significant step in removing a large amount of PCBs from the Upper Hudson River, while at the same time obtaining from GE payment of millions of dollars in past and future costs related to this Superfund site, ... Through the agreement, we hope to avoid costly future litigation and expedite the PCB cleanup, improving the health and safety of the environment and the citizens of New York for generations to come.
The emissions reductions required by this settlement will lead to cleaner air and significant environmental and public health benefits.
I was able to foul those pitches off, but it got me behind in too many counts.
I think we just have to keep our heads on straight and keep our eyes on the goal. We just have to understand that even though there's a lot of us out there that are still young, we can still do it. We just have to trust in our ability.
They're losing money by closing all these people out.
I actually cut the schnitzel up and she was eating it and started gagging. And your automatic reaction is to jump up and pat her on the back and she spat out something blue.
Passengers have to choose another route or another airport. We've seen a dramatic loss in seats.