Bill Janklow speeds when he drives-shouldn't, but he does.
U.S. Rep. Bill Janklow (R-S.D.), speaking of himself in the third person during a 1999 speech in which he was unapologetic about his notorious driving habits. Mr. Janklow resigned his House seat last week after a jury found him guilty of manslaughter for running a stop sign while driving 79 mph through an intersection and killing a motorcyclist.
Maybe they have gone to the well too long. It's not new anymore.
Retail analyst Dawn Spencer on Abercrombie & Fitch's use of overt sexuality in catalogs and stores. The clothing retailer's same-store sales are down so far this year, and the company has pulled its racy holiday catalog.
No. I wear No. 13.
Indianapolis Colts kicker Mike Vanderjagt on whether he is superstitious. Through this season's first 13 games, Mr. Vanderjagt was the AFC scoring leader and had made 37 of 37 point-after attempts and 33 of 33 field goals.
Frank Newport, editor in chief of the Gallup poll, on the status of Democrat John Kerry's presidential campaign. In a USA Today/Gallup poll last week, Mr. Kerry had the support of only 7 percent of registered Democrats and "Democratic leaners." Four candidates beat him, led by Howard Dean with 25 percent. In April, he had been first with 18 percent.