Category Archives: You don’t say

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“It just felt so old to me. They felt so old, and of course, I’m so young.”

Sonia Greteman, whose Greteman Group is celebrating 25 years in business, laughing about when she was in her 20s and helping Quillen Elsea Janzen celebrate its 25th anniversary

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“The first things I thought about were what it would do for our budget and all the camera equipment we could buy. The first thing my students thought was a pizza party.”

Maize High School journalism teacher Dan Loving on a Wichita bank accidentally sending a more than $20,000 check to his students’ magazine

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“Short bursts of wind moving at high speeds are known as gusts…..or in Kansas, it’s known as Thursday.”

– A tweet from Winfield-based S and Y Industries senior vice president John Foust

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“The same thing that happened to the Obamacare site happened to us today.”

College Hill Elementary fourth-grader Judah Hansen explaining to his parents about computer glitches with state testing

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“I used to like spring.”

– Financial adviser and R&J Discount Liquor owner Jeff Breault on having to return to the Legislature to fight the Uncork Kansas movement to allow alcohol sales in grocery stores

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Garvey Center employ Steven Shaffer changes the number atop the building one more time for the Shockers.

Garvey Center employ Steven Shaffer changes the number atop the building one more time for the Shockers.

“The streak is over, but they’re still No. 1 with us!”

Larry Weber on changing the sign atop the Garvey Center to say #1 with a heart instead of counting Shocker wins

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“Too much #Shocker Spirit? Guilty!”

– A Facebook post from Subaru of Wichita, which has changed its response to a union “shame on” sign by putting up a new sign saying, “For excessive Shocker spirit”

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fan“I don’t sleep very well, so about 3 o’clock in the morning, I got up and googled fans.”

– Realtor and die-hard WSU fan Cindy Carnahan on the popular WSU fans (the kind you cool yourself with) she created

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“I’ll feel much more comfortable during my presentation if only half the room applauds. I’m not used to everyone in the room approving of what I do.”

Bill Gardner of Gardner Design, speaking about lessons in redesign and rebranding at the Chamber’s Sunrise Scrambler on Wednesday

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mbm“He has the same philosophy as us. ‘If you don’t start no stuff, there won’t be no stuff.’”

Laura Hands of Koch Companies Public Sector on the yellow “Marshall Based Management” buttons, which are a takeoff of Koch’s market-based management idea, that the company created in honor of Shockers coach Gregg Marshall