"Recess came and the boys had a football..."
"One of the soldiers was crying..."
"I never thought the Dodgers would leave..."
"Remember when you were asking me 'Hey Dad were you in a war?'"
"I really miss so much about New Orleans..."
"I would see tons of doctors..."
"I had never been to the circus before..."
"A car drove up late evening..."
"The day that we put him on the plane was one of the saddest days of my life."
"He asked me, 'How many black jelly beans are in the jar...'"
"What was it like being a chaplain at war in Vietnam?"
"His sister idolized him."
"He said, 'When the border patrol changes shifts, you're going to run.'"
"He said, 'Someone told me you might feed my family.'"
"I still see him in my dreams."
"What was the saddest moment of your life?"
"I never knew how people were going to respond when I said Tom died of AIDS."
"All I know is I was given the bag complete, which they had filled with about fifteen pigeons."
"We would drive into whatever was the closest town and approach the police and ask, 'Where is the colored section?'"
"How do you think you've changed?"
"Don't ever let anybody tell you they can do something to you. You're free, man. You don't have to take that."
"And I asked him everything that I ever wanted to ask. I asked him to tell me the real story."
"He went somewhere; you could see it. And there was no pain. There's a quiet dignity in there."
"We were really pioneers. We were the Jackie Robinson of the Air Force."
"I'm sure for the rest of his life he's had nightmares and he's had a tortured, tortured soul."
"You know, when everybody's poor, nobody feels poor."
"I think my family saw them one time on the street, and they wouldn't even talk to them."