|Quotable & Notable|
Issue Date: January 11, 2008
Quotable & Notable
Ive been going as far as listening to NPR on my way home.
-- Drew Appelbaum, 25, telling Newsday that he felt lost while satirical, spoof news programs The Daily Show and The Colbert Report were in repeats due to the TV writers strike
Were peeling back the burqa on unbelief.
-- Nathan Bupp, spokesman for the Amherst, N.Y.-based Center for Inquiry, on the growth of atheism and more visitors at his groups inquiry centers, which serve as an alternative to church buildings
Theres still a lot of money that has to go somewhere and investment in oil is still totally in fashion.
-- Gerrit Zambo, an oil trader in Munich, Germany, explaining Jan. 2, the day oil traded for $100 a barrel, why he thinks the price could reach $115 a barrel this quarter
600 snow-shovels and salt
-- Reportedly part of presidential candidate Hillary Clintons campaign arsenal to help Iowans to the caucuses Jan. 3
All that is being requested of New Jersey is to say three simple words, We are sorry.
-- New Jersey Assemblyman William Payne, sponsor of a measure that would apologize for slavery
National Catholic Reporter, January 11, 2008
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