That's the single-best thing we ever did in this ballpark.
Giants president Peter Magowan, on the viewing area behind the San Francisco right-field fence. Up to 100 fans at a time can watch three innings of a game through the chain-link fence for free. Mr. Magowan had the idea after viewing a Norman Rockwell painting, "Knothole Baseball" (1958).
I just think it's a cesspool.
Famed folk/rock singer Joni Mitchell, describing in Rolling Stone today's music industry. "I would never take another deal in the record business, which means I may not record again, or I have to figure out a way to sell over the Net or do something else," she said, vowing never to "line their pockets."
No plans to retire.
Richard Huckriede, 73, who has spent the last 50 years working as a "soda jerk" at Hunter Drug Store in Greensburg, Kan. Mr. Huckriede has become such an institution in the small town that the Kiowa County Museum is raising money for a life-sized cardboard cutout of his image for a soda fountain exhibit.
It will not be Barbra Streisand I'm standing in front of when I have to make an accounting of my life.
Patricia Heaton of the television show Everybody Loves Raymond, responding to a question by Bill O'Reilly on whether she is taking heat from Democratic stars for stating that, if she had her way, abortion would be illegal.