I don't think that the quotation from Seinfeld is particularly enlightening or useful. If there's no objection, I'll delete it. Jim Lane 16:22, 7 March 2007 (UTC)
- I would agree - if anything it would appear on the Seinfeld page, but I don't think it really is needed there either. ~ UDScott 16:47, 7 March 2007 (UTC)
come here and spend money.
This seems to be a well-known quote that's absent here (exact wording uncertain): "I encourage people from all over the country who want to help, I have a great way of helping: come here and spend money. Go to a restaurant, see a show."
- I never saw myself as any different than another New Yorker, because that's who I was. I was born in Brooklyn and I lived in Queens, and I went to school in the Bronx, and I lived in Manhattan, and I spent a lot of time in Staten Island. So I felt very much a part of the city. And even when people would say to me later, "You showed great strength," I would always say, because it's true, that I just reflected the strength of the people of the city.
- The number of people that put their lives at risk, just totally overwhelmed the evil of the act.