Magazine article Newsweek


Magazine article Newsweek


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Byline: Quotation Sources From Top To Bottom, Left To Right: Reuters, The Washington Post, New York Post, Palm Beach Post, New York Post (2), Reuters, The Sun (London), New York Post, Associated Press, Daily News

"Bring them on." President George W. Bush, challenging militants who have been injuring and killing U.S. forces in Iraq

"As soon as we can get the hell out of here." S/Sgt. Charles Pollard, of the 307th Military Police Company, on leaving Iraq

"That was kind of chicken crap to me." Texas resident Clint Heizer, on an incident in which Justin Guarini, last year's runner-up "American Idol," almost ran over Heizer's 5-year-old daughter on his jet ski while Kelly Clarkson, last year's winner, stood on and watched

"He's been very persistent." West Palm Beach Police spokeswoman Dena Kimber, on a 22-year-old man who has allegedly dialed 911 more than 900 times since May. He has never had an actual emergency.

"It would be nice if J. K. [Rowling] were a little less verbose in the next one." National Braille Press's Diane Croft, on the Braille edition of "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix," which contains 13 volumes and stands more than a foot high

"They're too dead to defend themselves. [It's] a form of grave robbery, as far as I am concerned." JFK Jr. friend John Perry Barlow, on Edward Klein's book "The Kennedy Curse," which claims JFK Jr.'s marriage was falling apart when the couple was killed in a plane crash

"Mr. Schulz, I know there is in Italy a man producing a film on the Nazi concentration camps. …

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