We just track the market very closely. We don't have a magic formula. It's not a science. We just track the futures market and find the most reasonable supply available. We're more sensitive to the (natural gas) market.
And then there is a certain amount of magic which is difficult to explain as a science because it isn't. There is a certain chemistry the two of us have writing together, which obviously creates something better than us apart.
Unfortunately, disappointing earnings have been a pattern for Magic Software in recent weeks. This is the fourth time in the last six months in which we have reduced our earnings-per-share estimates for the company.
Our time here is magic! It's the only space you have to realize whatever it is that is beautiful, whatever is true, whatever is great, whatever is potential, whatever is rare, whatever is unique, in. It's the only space.
Right now I'm waiting for that magic moment when they each break into the right role. There are a lot of things up in the air, but in a good way. I don't think I've ever had the luxury of having so many that can play different positions. We have a lot of versatility.
He's (McKie) not going to wave a magic wand and find a loose-head prop that's going to demolish the All Blacks or pull out a winger that will put Rockokoko to shame. That's not his role. There is no quick fix,
He (McKie) is not going to wave a magic wand and find a loose-head prop that's going to demolish the All Blacks or pull out a winger that will put Rokocoko to shame. That's not his role. There is no quick fix,
[As for the person marrying into the situation, you have to be brutally realistic.] There's no magic solution. The only way you can make your peace with it is to make your peace with it, ... Money Harmony: Resolving Money Conflicts in Your Life and Relationships.
If anybody can have a magic solution, so that all these issues are being dealt with together, equitably and reasonably, we are ready to find such a solution and we are ready to co-operate with the United Nations.
Magic was a true point guard, in my opinion. He could see the floor, and his passes were amazing. I always loved the way he played. I think I play like him a little bit because he was so relaxed on the floor. You never really knew what to expect from him.
I don't know if there's a magic number of at-bats for me to take in spring training. I'm not going to worry about it if I don't get to a certain number down here. I feel like I'm making progress, and that's what I thought this was all about.
I get the impression sometimes that people think there's some sort of magic dust that the coach can sprinkle over the guys to make them aware of everything. We talk to our guys every day about exactly where we are [in the race]. With certain groups, that works really well. With others, it might not.