It was necessary to organize my career to remain at the top level until Salt Lake City.— Hermann Maier
Sentimental Salt Lake City quotations
The cure for anything is salt water - sweat, tears or the sea.
That was such an important time for us, as a team.
It was our second gold medal in a row, following Salt Lake City, and really established ourselves as the best team in the world.
Presidents and presidential assassins are like Las Vegas and Salt Lake City.
Even though one city is all about sin and the other is all about salvation, they are identical, one-dimensional company towns built up by the sheer will of true believers.
The cure for everything is salt water - sweat, tears, or the sea.
Yesterday the flame of the Olympic torch was carried through our great state on its way to Salt Lake City.
I left Montana in Spring of 1866, for Utah, arriving at Salt Lake city during the summer.
We have fewer troops in Afghanistan than we had law enforcement [officers] at the Olympics in Salt Lake City.
If ocean can calm itself, so can you. We are both salt water with with air.
I planned to stop in 2002 after the Salt Lake City Olympics.
I felt able to remain competitive another four years, and I wanted to stop while I'm still at the top.
President David O. McKay put it beautifully when he said, speaking of mothers, 'This ability and willingness properly to rear children, the gift to love, and eagerness, yes, longing to express it in soul development, make motherhood the noblest office or calling in the world. . .' (Gospel Ideals, Salt Lake City: Improvement Era, 1953, pp. 453-54).
I love Salt Lake City. It's beautiful with all the great outdoors around you.
A day in the country is worth a month in the city.
I read the 'Twilight' books before the movie and the whole craze happened.
And then I loved it. I was in love with Edward before every other girl that says she's in love with him was. Because I read them a long time ago shooting a movie in Salt Lake City, and one of Stephenie Meyer's friends said, 'Make sure you read my friend's book.'
I went to Salt Lake City and the Mormons tried to convert me, but when I found they forbade tea and tobacco I thought it was no religion for me.
My dad was a big fan of comedy. He wanted to be a stand-up. He loved Lenny [Bruce]. He also loved Lord Buckley and jazz and stuff. He was a hipster. My parents were kind of beatnik-y, you know, for Salt Lake City. But my humor, I think, came from wanting to disarm people before they hit me.
I'm in love with cities I've never been to.
I want to express my deepest apology to the athletes, the people of Salt Lake City in Utah and the millions of citizens worldwide who love and respect the games.
When I was a young boy, during the aftermath of World War II, Germany was broken and in ruins. Many people were hungry, sick, and dying. I remember well the humanitarian shipments of food and clothing that came from the Church in Salt Lake City.
What was pretty crazy was to plan a wedding around a tour.
It felt very getting-hitched-in-Vegas style. It was like, we played a show in Salt Lake City, ran to New Mexico, we got married, and then I was off to Lisbon.
The cure for anything is saltwater, sweat, tears, or the sea
I think my heart breaks daily living in Salt Lake City, Utah.
But I still love it. And that is the richness, the texture.
I live just outside of Salt Lake City in a place called Emigration Canyon.
It's on the Mormon trail. So I feel deeply connected, not only because of my Mormon roots, which are five or six generations, but because of where we live. There isn't a day that goes by that I'm not mindful of the spiritual sovereignty that was sought by my people in coming to Utah.
I know the struggle from the inside out and I would never be so bold as to call myself a writer. I think that is what other people call you. But I consider myself a member of a community in Salt Lake City, in Utah, in the American West, in this country. And writing is what I do. That is the tool out of which I can express my love.
“He shed a lake of blood and murdered a king for a cold, lonely throne.”
... over two hundred women, apparently at their own request, were sealed as wives to Joseph Smith after his death in special temple ceremonies. Moreover, a great many distinguished women in history, including several Catholic saints, were also sealed to Joseph Smith in Utah. I saw these astonishing lists in the Latter-day Saint Genealogical Archives in Salt Lake City in 1944.
The nuclear capability of Israel has resulted from this conspiracy, which provided for the highjacking of 200 tons of ore in 1968. The rumor was widespread in the knowledgeable circles of Salt Lake City that the Mormon Church had arranged to assist Israel in bringing off Armageddon.
I played with Joey Mullen back in Salt Lake City before he got called up to St.
Louis. He was the first player ever to score 20 goals in the American League and 20 in the NHL. I've kept in contact with him and he's a great guy.
Salt in the air, sand in my hair
Salvation in its true and full meaning is synonymous with exaltation or eternal life and consists in gaining an inheritance in the highest of the three heavens within the celestial kingdom. With few exceptions this is the salvation of which the scriptures speak. It is the salvation which the saints seek. (Mormon Doctrine, 2nd ed., Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1966, p. 670.)
Just the other day the AP wire had a story about a man from Arkansas who entered some kind of contest and won a two-week vacation--all expenses paid--wherever he wanted to go. Any place in the world: Mongolia, Easter Island, the Turkish Riviera . . . but his choice was Salt Lake City, and that's where he went. Is this man a registered voter? Has he come to grips with the issues? Has he bathed in the blood of the lamb?
Unfortunately this Electric Monk had developed a fault, and had started to believe all kinds of things, more or less at random. It was even beginning to believe things they'd have difficulty believing in Salt Lake City.