Cash is king right now.
Career consultant Valerie Frederickson of Menlo Park, Calif., in The Wall Street Journal, on Microsoft's shift away from stock options as incentives for employees. Analysts predict most other tech firms will follow the software giant's lead.
I'm just looking forward to go to the other world. 'Cause I really hate the way I live now.
Boxer Mike Tyson, in an interview with Fox Sports Net's Beyond the Glory, on his troubled life.
Mr. Williams was mad at the world. This man had an issue with everybody.
Hubert Threat, co-worker of Doug Williams, who killed five co-workers and then himself at a factory in Meridian, Miss.
I just fell over on the floor.
Angilee Wallis, reporting her reaction when her son Terry, who has been in a coma since a 1984 car crash, regained consciousness last month to the surprise of doctors and said his first word since the accident: "Mom." Terry's daughter Amber, born shortly before the accident, is now 19.
I anticipate we'll be involved in Iraq in the future. Whether that means two years or four years, I don't know.
Gen. Tommy Franks, U.S. commander in the Iraq war, trying to dampen speculation that U.S. troops in Iraq will come home soon.