"To 'Walk'n Tall' who drives for AC&T and our old CB friend. It has been a long time since we've talked to you. We would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a very, very Happy New Year from Rose Gardens."
"Hi, this goes out to the family who lives on the Downsville Pike. I just want to say that you have the most beautiful decorations again this year. Thank you very much and keep up the good work."
"I am calling about this attack on Baghdad by President Clinton. This is the first time I get upset about what he is doing. I'm telling you he is the prince. If he is trying to cover his tracks, he lost my vote."
"I would like to wish my sweetheart a Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas, Mikey, I love you."
"I would like to wish all the stylists at the Holiday Hair out on Wilson Boulevard a very Merry Christmas. You all are great."
"I would like to comment on the Republican side of the aisle in Congress, the air in that chamber must compress their minds to the extent that they are one-sighted. I do hope and pray they take the message of Senator Dole, former candidate as President of the United States, as seen and given to them, he being on the outside of that chamber at this time has got his air passages cleared. Why don't they get over it."
"I'm calling to thank ABATE of Washington County again on a job well done. Every year they donate their time, food and clothing to help make those less fortunate to have a nice Christmas. Before I used to think of bikers as being outlaws. After seeing photographs and reading articles about this organization over the years, all I can say is thank you and God bless you all."
"We Americans would have to be slightly retarded not to think that the timing of the attack on Iraq is not connected to the impeachment debate. Wag the dog."
"So now we've spent $50,000 on a feasibility study for a new ballpark. And the result after you read the whole thing comes down to one statement: It could work or it couldn't work. Now if the city would have listened to the people who live here they could have saved themselves $50,000. Because that is what we have been saying the whole time, all along. The numbers in the newspaper are pretty misleading. I go to a lot of the games and there is rarely 500-600 people at a game. It says the average is 1,700 people. I guess it probably is not as inflated as it might sound because of the fireworks but I'm wondering if they are using the attendance for everything the ballpark is used for. And just breaking it down to ballpark studies, baseball studies. I think I've only been to one game where there was more than 1,000 people and that was on a fireworks night. Boy, $50,000 could have bought us a lot more than a little spin doctoring, couldn't it."
"I was wondering if anyone knows when these clowns are going to get done messing with the road on Northern Avenue. They have traffic really messed up every day. Nothing was ever put in the paper and I'm am wondering how long this is going to go on."
"Isn't it interesting that Saddam Hussein provoked Clinton into attacking on the eve of the impeachment vote. He knew that Clinton would bomb to save his political skin. So why did he do it? He realized that an impeachment vote would increase the chances of the Republicans winning the next election and he would much rather keep the liberal, anti-military Democrats in power. Hussein is a calculating, callous man willing to sacrifice innocent lives to further his own agenda. Apparently, he and Clinton have a lot in common."