"He was talking about me but he has no ability to help me. When we look back 40 years from now and say, 'that Obama initiative in 2014 led to some change,' well, I'm sure that will happen. But I need a job now." — Scott Valenti, 41, of Woodland Park, Colo., who has been jobless for a month on President Barack Obama's pledge to help the unemployed.
"I won't be angry ever again. Today was definitely one for the books." — Tammy Webster, whose typical 45-minute commute in Atlanta turned into a more-than-five-hour odyssey when snow and ice brought Southern states to a crawl.
"This is pretty crazy, man. Pretty crazy. I saw Waldo. I saw the superhero. They told us there were going to be people dressed up, but you never really know what to expect until you see them." — Denver Broncos defensive end Malik Jackson on the Super Bowl's Media Day extravaganza, one of the wildest scenes in sports.