“Today is a most unusual day, because we have never lived it before; we will never live it again; it is the only day we have.
Today can be a healthy unusual day for you -- and for others -- if you take time to give someone a smile . . . to express a word of kindness . . . to lend a helping hand to someone in need . . . to write a note of gratitude . . . to give a word of encouragement to someone who is temporarily overcome with problems . . . to share a portion of your material possessions with others.”
“It (the occupancy rate decline) was unusual. It was across the board. We had a 0.2 percent decrease a couple of quarters ago, but (statistically) that was zero. This (the 0.5 percent decline), I think, is statistically significant.”
“It is significant when you have a president at a 65 percent rating. That is unusual, ... I think some of it is related to 9/11 and the people's reactions -- the people's desire to be united with the president in fighting against these issues, in trying to solve these issues.”