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“You loot, we shoot.”

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“I said ‘Thank you’ probably 30 times. I had no other words.”

Assistant football coach JOE KENNEDY, describing what he’d prayed at the 50-yard line after a Sept. 1 game at Bremerton High School. It was Kennedy’s first game back as a coach since his 2015 firing over his postgame prayers and a 2022 Supreme Court ruling reinstating his job.

“You loot, we shoot.”

Florida Gov. RON DESANTIS, describing what he believed to be Floridians’ sentiment toward reports of pillaging in areas of the state affected by Hurricane Idalia.

“Prigozhin leaves behind him mass graves.”

French government spokesperson OLIVIER VÉRAN, commenting in response to the Aug. 23 death of Russian paramilitary leader (and Putin challenger) Yevgeny Prigozhin in a plane crash northwest of Moscow.

“How do you hug someone in a way that makes up for 42 years of hugs?”

JIMMY LIPPERT THYDEN, an adoptee and lawyer from Ashburn, Va., who recently reunited with his biological mother in Valdivia, Chile, for the first time since his birth. Thyden’s mother had been told her infant son had died at the hospital, when in fact he was one of many Chilean babies in the 1970s and 1980s given up for “counterfeit adoption.”


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