“I love it. Until recently, I'd seen a peek of it in the catalogue but not actually seen the real thing. It was strange seeing myself as I was two years ago, not as I am now. If you look at each individual part of my face they look exactly like part of my face. Together it's surreal.”
“EAVESDROP, v.i. Secretly to overhear a catalogue of the crimes and vices of another or yourself.
A lady with one of her ears applied To an open keyhole heard, inside, Two female gossips in converse free -- The subject engaging them was she.
"I think," said one, "and my husband thinks That she's a prying, inquisitive minx!" As soon as no more of it she could hear The lady, indignant, removed her ear.
"I will not stay," she said, with a pout,
"To hear my character lied about!" --Gopete Sherany”
“When you look in catalogues or watch TV or whatever, styles are pretty challenging as far as meeting any type of dress code for students, so that is a challenge, ... But I certainly think (the students) are doing a pretty good job with it.”
“[Many of the victims catalogued the lasting effects of the bombings, pointing out shrapnel wounds and severed fingers, speaking of constant pain and sleeping pills, hearing loss, seizures and nightmares.] Look at my face, my hand, my limp, the damage that is visible, ... Now, consider the emotional damage. May my face, my injuries and my statement be what you see and hear every night.”