He led for a while, I led for a while. We're always trying to beat each other.
We look at these back-to-back games as a playoff series. That's what we've done all year. We want to win both games and not give them any life.
We got out of the pace we wanted. Fifty-two points is not our style, and Kellie going out, she is what holds this team together. That always hurts, and I think the combination of free throws and we got shots, but we didn't score.
We have engineers in Iowa, Washington State and France. Although we have a critical need for good communications, we can't afford to spend the time and money to fly folks for weekly design and review meetings.
We were noticing an increase in these problems. We couldn't go to freshman orientation anymore and tell parents there were no problems with the old system.
Even at church, people would not shake my hand.
How could these people in the public eye not be afraid of me, but my whole town was?
Listening to medical facts was not enough. People wanted one hundred percent guarantees.
My family and I held no hatred for those people because we realized they were victims of their own ignorance.
People would get up and leave so they would not have to sit anywhere near me.
Rumors of sneezing, kissing, tears, sweat, and saliva spreading AIDS caused people to panic.
A lot of my time was spent searching, thinking and planning my life.
The desire to move into a bigger house, to avoid living AIDS daily, and a dream to be accepted by a community and school, became possible and a reality with a movie about my life, The Ryan White Story.
The first five to six years of my life were spent in and out of the hospital.
I came face to face with death at thirteen years old.