The wind pattern is almost identical to the one we had when we broke the record on Lakota. We should have a fast run up the north sea to coincide with a low pressure arriving in the Shetland Islands.
The fact that we're 2-2, there's a sense of urgency.
It's a shame that we cannot tell the spectators our positions, but the one who was giving away their position would be at a disadvantage to the others who could skirt around any slow patches or push extra hard to keep up with the pace of the others.
It's a little surprising to me that we blew them out with them being the No. 1 team in the nation.
It feels good, but I give my O-Line a lot of credit. I was just making people in the secondary miss and running hard.
In a world where time appears to be measured in terms of the last trade
The biggest thing is helping other people, we've got the opportunity to do it.
Everyone seems to be afraid that they'll get audited.
This is one of the strongest auctions we've seen. It sold in the top end of the trading range for Class A (the most productive) soils. There is a good supply of Class A land that typically sells for ,100 to ,000 per acre depending on size, location and quality.
We will probably continue seeing land sell within this trading range. There is more interest now in farmland than last fall.
I feel a horror for exaggerated love or friendship. It's just too well demonstrated to me that when the moment comes that one asks something, or has need of something, the responce is not worth a biscuit.