“I don’t think there’s going to be a sense of normalcy for a while. There are scars here that will be with us for a long time.” — Tom Champoux, pointing to boarded-up windows after last week’s twin bombings during the Boston Marathon.
“You can’t trust many buildings in Bangladesh. It’s so corrupt that you can buy off anybody and there won’t be any retribution.” — Charles Kernaghan, executive director of the Institute for Global Labour and Human Rights, which is investigating a building collapse in Bangladesh that has killed at least 175 people.
“He almost had my sympathy until I found out that he was trying to blame somebody else. I’ve known he was disturbed for a long time.” — Everett Dutschke, whose Mississippi home was searched in the ricin probe after charges were dropped against rival Paul Kevin Curtis.