There was ease in Casey's manner as he stept into his place,There was pride in Casey's bearing and a smile on Casey's face,And when responding to the cheers he lightly doft his hat,No stranger in the crowd could doubt, 't was Casey at the bat.
"Strike one" the Umpire said.From the bleachers black with people there rose a sullen roar,Like the beating of the storm-waves on a stern and distant shore,"Kill him! Kill the Umpire!" shouted some one from the stand —And it's likely they'd have done it had not Casey raised his hand.ernest thayer
I'm finished crying for Casey. I'm crying for all the other mothers.cindy sheehan
George, it has been seven months today since your reckless and wanton foreign policies killed my son, my big boy, my hero, my best-friend: Casey.cindy sheehan
Casey Maddox wrote that when philosophy dies, action begins. I would say in addition that when we stop hoping for external assistance, when we stop hoping that the awful situation we're in will somehow resolve itself, when we stop hoping the situation will somehow not get worse, then we are finally free truly free to honestly start working to thoroughly resolve it. I would say when hope dies, action begins.
Drivin' that train high on cocaine. Casey Jones you'd better watch your speed.
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