Quote of the Day:

Arizona

  • I was elected six times to represent southern Arizona, in the State Legislature and then in Congress.
  • Producing fuel cells and solar panels requires high tech facilities and produces high paying jobs. The industry is booming in Arizona. The state already has about 100 firms in the solar industry and has grown 20% since 2003.
  • Chicago's buoy was a couple of hundred yards astern of Arizona, and I was saddened to look at her.
  • I went to Phoenix, Arizona for 'Angel Unchained,' and they'd hire the bike gang from Phoenix to be extras in the movie.
  • It's rewarding to be recognized by the fans and other players for my abilities and to be able to represent the Arizona Cardinals fans from around the world.
  • Many may look at me and see mostly what I have lost. I struggle to speak, my eyesight's not great, my right arm and leg are paralyzed, and I left a job I loved representing southern Arizona in Congress.
  • Maybe they'll take off if everything is just right. Most of the time, they don't ... We've been lucky because in Arizona our climatic conditions, our soils are so different and so extreme that not many things that are tropical are going to be able to survive here.
  • We've got a good inspection system in Arizona managing products that come from other parts of the county that could carry insects that could become problematic.
  • It's a national issue now. It's not just a California or an Arizona issue. We know that these proponents of drug legalization are promoting it in other states, too.
  • I think it's really cool, but Jimmy Eat World and Gin Blossoms did it better than anyone. People don't realize just how awesome the Arizona history is, especially for alternative music. Growing up, that's all I ever wanted to be was those two bands.
  • What Peyton is doing is phenomenal,'' Arizona head coach Dennis Green said.
  • I went to Phoenix, Arizona for 'Angel Unchained,' and they'd hire the bike gang from Phoenix to be extras in the movie.
  • It might be 100 degrees outside, but in these barns it might be in the 80s. If I were a cow, I would pick Arizona over Florida any day.
  • I see Arizona as a state with a growing Latino community, and if Arizona can do it right, it can be a beacon of hope for the rest of the country.
  • In Phoenix it will still be called the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa and then on the second line (on the property's sign) will read The Waldorf-Astoria Collection.
  • I hope the people at Arizona State realize what just happened. When you talk about the complete and total package of a coach, he's it.
  • Many more Arizona businesses are seeing the changing ethnic minority population shifts and the rates of minority population growth.
  • Every time in the three years that we have been here that we played Arizona State, it has been a physical war. A couple of times there were some stand-offs, some hard fouls, a little bit of jawing. They haven't backed down and we won't back down. They're going to play with a lot of intensity.
  • I think ASU has done everything it can. Now, it's a matter of changing Board of Regents policy and Arizona state law.
  • That's what we all hope. Everyone feels good about the win. Arizona was 3-0 and atop our division, so to go into their building and beat them, it does give you a little emotional boost. We'll continue to use that, but we'll stick with our game plan for the season.
  • I know Arizona is not going to be looking past us.
  • Then you had Colorado in there, Arizona State, Michigan and now Ohio State for the second time. That's not a realistic way to re-establish and develop your program.
  • I'm excited about where we are, of course, but we will have be better tomorrow in order to keep this going. Arizona and Stanford both have great days tomorrow, so it really comes down to each and every session. Tonight was another good session.
  • The last two times they played at our house it got pretty physical. There were a lot of scuffles, a lot of confrontations. I'm pretty much expecting the same kind of Arizona State.
  • He wanted to let us know he was rooting for us and wished he could be here. He called us all and said, 'Come out and play hard. Play Arizona basketball.' So that's what we did. We came out with intensity, got out on the floor and just ran.
  • Even when you get to Triple-A, there's still steps to go through. I want to get to the Arizona Fall League, I want to do some spring training games. I want to do some fill-in games. You try to take it very slow. One of the things we've been preached to our whole careers ; it's a marathon, not a sprint.
  • Nothing is more important than the quality of our teachers. The time has come to increase teacher compensation. I proposed a $2,500 tax credit, which, in after-tax dollars, would be the equivalent of a $3,500 raise in gross pay. This would close the two-thirds gap between the average teacher salary in Arizona and the national average .
  • I don't know why we're losing them. I think once we get one we'll be fine. I think losing on the last shot (at ASU), and to Arizona in overtime really brought us down.
  • I want to see how the Arizona plan works out, utilizing the National Guard. It would be more expensive for the state of Texas, ... but if it's successful there, I think we're going to have to perhaps consider that type of plan.
  • The highlights of being in Bennington for me was our tour through states like New Mexico, Arizona and California. Performing at the Warped Tour in Houston last summer was also a very big moment for us.
  • We respect everyone week in and week out and we know Arizona State is another fierce competitor in the Pac-10 and they have things to prove. We're just doing our best to be prepared for them.
  • Consumers in Sonora know Arizona Mills. They have been to it. They love it. They know exactly what you are talking about.