Category Archives: You don’t say

You don’t say

“Life can get overwhelming and sometimes you just need a little help.”

Helen Hubbard in an e-mail on why she started her It’s Your Time personal assistant business

You don’t say

“I keep waiting for Sam Brownback to send me business cards with the state seal on it.”

– Restaurateur and caterer Ben Arnold, who says he feels more like he’s in the tax business, though he’s resolved his latest issue over $7,222 in contested taxes at A.V.I. Seabar & Chophouse

You don’t say

“Don’t ever let anyone tell you that an English or dance degree won’t provide you with tangible skills.”

Aaron Wirtz of Subaru of Wichita on the music video parody he made of the union protest against the dealership

You don’t say

“Of course you can. This is your building.”

Lou Heldman’s response when Tom Devlin asked if he could make a couple of statements before the start of a WSU entrepreneurship forum at Devlin Hall Tuesday

You don’t say

“It actually, um, I thought was at some parts very complimentary.”

– Haysville Mayor Bruce Armstrong’s reaction to the city’s treatment in Gridiron over the weekend

You don’t say

“A customer is standing (in) my shop, surrounded by files/sanders/grinders/etc, and asked me if I sharpened Wits!”

– A tweet from M&M Sharpening Services owner Mark Madden

 

You don’t say

“We would hope that they’ve got the message and we don’t show up in the show.”

– Haysville Mayor Bruce Armstrong, who led the charge for residents who feel bullied by Gridiron, which starts Thursday

“As much as Gridiron would love to stop being bullied by Haysville, the reports I’m getting from rehearsal sound like we were not able to keep them out of the script this year.”

Denise Neil, a features writer for The Eagle who also is producing the journalists’ show that spoofs local news

You don’t say

“I feel like I’m in a congressional hearing.”

– City Manager Bob Layton, responding to intense questioning about the city’s water future from Council member Jeff Blubaugh

You don’t say

“One of the biggest supporters of this group is a man, and I sleep with him every night.”

Melissa Giordano of Kansas Secured Title, referencing her husband at a Women In Commercial Real Estate meeting Thursday

You don’t say

“I think the good news is that Jack is somebody with a good sense of humor.”

– The Wichita Independent Business Association’s Tim Witsman, who says the group was not trying to make a comment on Jack DeBoer’s abilities as its annual meeting speaker by calling him Jack DeBore on invitations