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We'll be interested to see if there's a bounce back next month, as there was in October 2001 after the 9/11 attacks
We do have an option agreement with the reverend, which he agreed to, he signed, and all we wanted to do was exercise our option under that agreement. And we have been prevented from doing that.
It is a conundrum for us more than for the advertisers because we have to find a way over time to get paid for this information. For a Web site that derives some revenues from ads, it's our problem, and we have to figure out the right model.
We are really doing it to explore their lives and see if they are (harming) real kids.
Americans are still worried about rising interest rates and high gasoline prices. That, along with the lingering impact from Hurricane Katrina and ongoing political fights in Washington, seems to be holding back consumer sentiment.
They seem to have this vision of people listening to a wire and stealing credit cards out of the ether, but that just doesn't happen.
You always have a harder time if you have an incumbent who's reasonably popular. Anybody challenging her was going to have both a name recognition and name ID problem.
Every age sort of has its own history. History is really the stories that we retell to ourselves to make them relevant to every age. So we put our own values and our own spin on it.
You see the warmongers, in any age it's the same thing - they make money out of it.
Ah! The English language was a wonderful thing! You could always find the right word. He only wished he could speak the language.
What really alarms me about President Bush's 'War on Terrorism' is the grammar. How do you wage war on an abstract noun? How is 'Terrorism' going to surrender? It's well known, in philological circles, that it's very hard for abstract nouns to surrender.
Some people are passionate about aisles, others about window seats.
We are, of course, now against any other group burning Qurans. We would right now ask no one to burn Qurans. We are absolutely strong on that. It is not the time to do it.
It took 200 years for the Crusaders to create Muslim fanaticism. It was the exact imitation of Christian intolerance.