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Rangers Quotes


"Screw the Rangers. Screw the Devils." - Mike Milbury

"In Africa, the rangers shoot poachers." - Paul Watson

"What do I like about Rangers?i like winning" - Mark Hateley

"Glasgow Rangers. God I loved playing for them" - Paul Gascoigne

"Rangers are definitely on the back heel now" - Archie Macpherson

"'Power Rangers' has changed a lot of lives." - Jason David Frank

"There's no reason the Rangers can't get to the top." - Tom Hicks

"It's always good to have the building filled - even if it's with low-IQ Rangers fans." - Mike Milbury

"If I had the Rangers payroll, I'd never lose a game" - Glen Sather

"What, no Power Rangers Band-Aids ?" "Shut up, Garett." "Yes, ma'am." - Cindy Gerard

"Ach, Rangers are alright, but they still haven't invented blue grass." - Jock Stein

"At Rangers you are never more than 2 defeats away from a crisis!" - Walter Smith

"Ach, Rangers are alright, but they still have' invented blue grass." - Jock Stein

"The best signing I ever made at Rangers was Walter Smith." - Graeme Souness

"I'm a Rangers fan and I love the club but this will be a difficult game." - Graham Roberts

"There are people for whom Rangers Football Club is their entire way of life." - Walter Smith

"I exchanged my flannel shirt for a Rangers jersey and zapped the television on. Probably I should make more phone calls, but the Rangers were playing and priorities were priorities." - Janet Evanovich

"Screw the Rangers, and screw the Devils; I work for the Islanders now, and I could care less about them!" - Mike Milbury

"I'll play for Rangers as long as I can, then spend the rest of my life being depressed" - Ally McCoist

"Forget about Batman, Superman, and the Power Rangers, cause I'll be your hero if you're ever in some danger." - Coolio

"George Bush calls his biggest fundraisers Rangers and Pioneers. We gather here today and we call ourselves simply Americans." - Howard Dean

"If I have one regret in my career, it is that I did not join Rangers a lot sooner." - Ray Wilkins

"The Glaswegian definition of an atheist: a bloke who goes to a Rangers-Celtic match to watch the football." - Sandy Strang

"When Celtic get an opportunity to go above Rangers they've got to jump at it with both hands." - Alan Mullery

"Almost everything I tried out for I pretty much got. I landed Power Rangers, and the rest is history." - Thuy Trang

"We all love to see excellence as a fan, and I am a fan now watching excellence in the Rangers net." - Mike Richter

"O happy if ye knew your happy state, Ye rangers of the fields! whom nature's boon Cheers with her smiles, and ev'ry element Conspires to bless." - William Somervile

"I think if you've managed Celtic or Rangers you can go on to be Prime Minister of Great Britain, it's that hard." - Gordon Strachan

"The Red Sox didn't handle negotiations with any kind of respect for me and my family, and the Rangers were the total opposite." - Mark Teixeira

"I really learned how to act on camera through 'Power Rangers' because I hadn't done a lot of film and TV." - Erin Cahill

"But then I always wanted to play for Rangers. Man United is a great club and Alex Ferguson is a legend." - Paul Gascoigne

"Put the park rangers to work. Lazy scheming loafers, they've wasted too many years selling tickets at toll booths and sitting behind desks filling out charts and tables" - Edward Abbey

"My ambition is to go back to Spurs and Rangers in some capacity and give something back that they gave to me." - Graham Roberts

"I like the normal things of life: I like the Mets, and the Celtics, and the N.Y. Rangers. I like to watch C-Span; I love Costco." - Robert Morse

"I come from West London. I support a football team there called Queens Park Rangers, whom I'd like to give a shout-out to. I'm a die-hard Rangers fan. I think that I would always hopefully have a strong connection to and live in London, because it's a brilliant city." - Ben Lloydhughes

"You know what the bounty is on bin Laden? $25 million. It sounds like a lot until you realize the Texas Rangers paid $250 million to get Alex Rodriguez." - Jay Leno

"Big Texas (Nolan Ryan) is here. The reason I like to keep Nolan around is he is a reminder that when we got done with the Sammy Sosa trade, there was still some talent on the Rangers." - George W Bush

"One of the best years of my life was the very last one of my career. Playing for Rangers was my dream and it meant everything to my family." - Andy Gray

"I've been using easy-to-understand DC Comics-surrogates to describe him: imagine if Darkseid's son, Orion, joined the Green Lantern Corps to train them to stop Darkseid. That's essentially what Victory is doing in the Galactic Rangers." - Sterling Gates

"A reporter did a human-interest piece on the Texas Rangers. The reporter recognized the Colt Model 1911 the Ranger was carrying and asked him 'Why do you carry a 45?' The Ranger responded, 'Because they don't make a 46.'" - Clint Smith

"According to a British poll, you've only got a one in five chance of achieving your childhood career ambition. Which probably explains why you don't run into that many cowboys, princesses, or space rangers." - Jay Leno

"I went to a couple of Rangers games at the Garden, and someone at the NHL had seen me and figured I was a fan and decided to approach me about having a blog during the playoffs." - Eddie Cahill

"Every week Rangers have different former players come out at half-time. Spurs should have a couple a former players on the board, who know what the supporters want." - Graham Roberts

"In my banjo show with the Steep Canyon Rangers, I do do comedy during that show. It'd be absurd just to stand there mute and play 25 banjo songs." - Steve Martin

"Our very success, gained you will agree by skill, will draw more people than ever to see it. And that will benefit many more clubs than Rangers. Let the others come after us. We welcome the chase. It is healthy for us. We will never hide from it. Never fear, inevitably we shall have our years of failure, and when they arrive, we must reveal tolerance and sanity. No matter the days of anxiety that come our way, we shall emerge stronger because of the trials to be overcome. That has been the philosophy of the Rangers since the days of the gallant pioneers." - Bill Struth

"Ranger is an unusual name," she managed. "Is it a nickname?" It's a street name," Ranger said. "I was a Ranger in the army." I heard about them Rangers on TV," Grandma said. "I heard they get dogs pregnant." My father's mouth dropped open and a piece of ham fell out. My mother froze, her fork poised in midair. That's sort of a joke," I told Grandma. "Rangers don't get dogs pregnant in real life." I looked at Ranger for corroboration and got another smile." - Janet Evanovich

"Mikeru was still puzzling over Horace's last remark. He frowned. 'Kurokuma, these shenanigans... What are they?' 'Shenanigans are what Rangers do. They usually involve doing things that risk breaking your neck or your leg.' Mikeru nodded, filing the word away. 'I will remember this word,' he said. 'Shenanigans. It is a good word." - John Flanagan

"Being disconnected from the local church, for whatever reason, is a dangerous way to live. Not only do these " lone rangers" miss out on the blessings of functioning within the context of the body of Christ, but like lone sheep away from the safety of the flock and the watchful care of the shepherd, they are vulnerable to predators of every sort." - Nancy Leigh DeMoss

"Freud's theory was that when a joke opens a window and all those bats and bogeymen fly out, you get a marvellous feeling of relief and elation. The trouble with Freud is that he never had to play the old Glasgow Empire on a Saturday night after Rangers and Celtic had both lost." - Ken Dodd

"Tell the other rangers, the ambassadors, everyone is this army of light. Babylon 5 stands with you. Tell them, tell them that from this place with will deliver notice to the parliaments of conquerors that a line has been drawn against the darkness and we will hold that line no matter the cost." - John Sheridan

"Tis gold Which buys admittance - oft it doth - yea, and makes Diana's rangers false themselves, yield up This deer to th' stand o' th' stealer: and 'tis gold Which makes the true man kill'd and saves the thief, Nay, sometimes hangs both thief and true man." - William Shakespeare

"Yes, yes, I know all the jokes. What else could I have expected at Highbury? But I went to Chelsea and to Tottenham and to Rangers, and saw the same thing: that the natural state of a football fan is bitter disappointment, no matter what the score." - Nick Hornby

"Years ago, while I was watching a baseball game between the Baltimore Orioles and the Texas Rangers, I remember staring in awe at Cal Ripken. I realized during this game that 'you don't have to be flashy' or have 'power numbers' to be great. It's about the simple things that are the hard things. It's about leadership, work ethic and commitment." - Ron White

"I was lying in bed on a Saturday morning, reading the paper, when my phone went. The caller was Rangers director, Jack Gillespie, and he offered me the manager's job at Ibrox. I was flattered but declined with thanks. John Greig was a good friend of mine and I had no intention of being involved in ousting him." - Alex Ferguson

"In Scotland, I have to say I'm more fond of Glasgow Rangers - not celtc - and there is a great player who played for them, who is still alive today, Willie Henderson. I met up with him recently when Benfica played celtc again." - Eusebio

"My first interview at SI, I sat in silence next to Guy LaFleur for five minutes on the New York Rangers team bus until he finally broke the ice. Those early interviews, every one of them was like a terrible first date." - Steve Rushin

"It always seems to me odd to call a place a wilderness when every wilderness area in the US bristles with rules and regulations as to how you can behave, what you're allowed to do, and is patrolled by armed rangers enforcing the small print. They're parks, of course, not wildernesses at all." - Jonathan Raban

"I grew up watching 'Power Rangers,' 'Ninja Turtles', 'Batman.' You name it, I was a huge fan. And that's what I used to play with my friends. We would have the masks and the swords and pretend we had super powers." - Robbie Amell

"I was four or five, and my mom got all the Power Rangers to come through. I thought it was really them. I started crying tears of joy. It was so amazing. My favorite Power Ranger was the green one. He wasn't in every episode - he was rare, like Based God. He was like the Based God Power Ranger." - Domo Genesis

"Biodiversity can't be maintained by protecting a few species in a zoo, or by preserving greenbelts or national parks. To function properly, nature needs more room than that. It can maintain itself, however, without human expense, without zookeepers, park rangers, foresters or gene banks. All it needs is to be left alone." - Donella Meadows

"Tis gold Which buys admittance-oft it doth-yea, and makes Diana's rangers false themselves, yield up This deer to th' stand o' th' stealer: and 'tis gold Which makes the true man kill'd and saves the thief, Nay, sometimes hangs both thief and true man." - William Shakespeare

"But Rangers don't need to go there and win, they need to go there and get a point. I think the hardest thing about it is there will be no supporters. Playing in an empty ground will be a problem for the players." - Graham Roberts

"While they trace their history back to wars that helped to ethnically cleanse Native Americans and to their exploits in the Civil War fighting for the South, the modern-day Rangers were created to help rejuvenate a defeated and demoralized U.S. imperialism after the war in Vietnam." - Brendan Sexton Iii

"Easy climb, Kurokuma. You do it easily.' 'Not on your life,' Horace said... 'That's what we have Rangers for. They climb up sheer rock walls and crawl along narrow, slippery ledges. I'm a trained warrior, and I'm far to valuable to risk such shenanigans.' 'We're not valuable?' Will said, feigning insult. Horace looked at him. 'We've got two of you. We can always afford to lose one,' he said firmly." - John Flanagan

"I played ball for the Senators, Rangers, Indians, and Yankees in the '70?s and '80?s. Marvin Miller was a hero in our household during that time. The players today may not even know who he is but they have much to be grateful for to this fine man. It took me ten years to make what many players make in a couple days now. He will definitely have my vote and my wife's as well." - Toby Harrah

"Halt shook his head. "You warriors don't do much geography in Battleschool, do you?" Horace shrugged. "We're not big on that sort of thing. We wait for our leader to point to an enemy and say, 'Go whack him.' We leave geography and such to Rangers. We like you to feel superior." "Go whack him, indeed," Halt said. "It must be comforting to lead such an uncomplicated life." - John Flanagan

"We are having to pull money into site-level protection for elephants just to keep them alive. But there isn't enough money to go around. The people involved in protecting those elephants, like rangers on the ground, are so under-resourced. They have very few vehicles, they have very poor weapons (if any weapons at all), and they are treated as the bottom of the tree when it comes to law enforcement priority." - Allen Crawford

"I played ball for the Senators, Rangers, Indians, and Yankees in the '70's and '80's. Marvin Miller was a hero in our household during that time. The players today may not even know who he is but they have much to be grateful for to this fine man. It took me ten years to make what many players make in a couple days now. He will definitely have my vote and my wife's as well." - Toby Harrah

"I'll think of something," he temporized, and Horace nodded wisely, satisfied that Halt would indeed think of something. In Horace's world, that was what Rangers did best, and the best thing a warrior apprentice could do was let the Ranger get on with thinking while a warrior took care of walloping anyone who needed to be walloped along the way. He settled back in the saddle, contented with his lot in life." - John Flanagan

"Because I always try so hard to win and had my troubles in Boston, I was suspended. At playoff time, it hurts not to be in the game with the boys. However, I want to do what is good for the people of Montreal and the team. So that no further harm will be done, I would like to ask everyone to get behind the team and to help the boys win from the Rangers and Detroit. I will take my punishment and come back next year to help the club and younger players to win the cup." - Maurice Richard

"It's not often you find yourself writing about a game that you haven't seen one kick of. But it's not often that the favourites lose 5-0 in one of their most important matches of the season. But all things considered - the difference between expectations of success and margin of victory, the fact of Strachan's debut, the injury to Chris Sutton, the joy it will bring Rangers fans, and the potential financial loss of going out of Europe completely in the first week in August - it is hard to remember the last defeat this bad for any team." - Phil Cornwell

"The frontiers are not east or west, north or south; but wherever a man fronts a fact, though that fact be a neighbor, there is anunsettled wilderness between him and Canada, between him and the setting sun, or, farther still, between him and it. Let him build himself a log house with the bark on where he is, fronting IT, and wage there an Old French war for seven or seventy years, with Indians and Rangers, or whatever else may come between him and the reality, and save his scalp if he can." - Henry David Thoreau



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