I think it's going to be very large, over 200. Which is good for the first year.
That's one of the best Division III performances I've ever seen since I've been here. We were hanging close and all of a sudden they blow it open. They're a great team. They're experienced. They're well coached. They're No. 1.
Ideally, what you would like to have eventually is such a unique and identifiable brand that when someone says 'Indiana State University,' they know exactly what that means. And that takes a long time coming.
saying you can't chew gum and walk at the same time.
They're about 90 percent water, ... They're a member of the cucumber family and are a fruit, not a vegetable.
We're doing what we can. We think it's a worthy cause.
People are essentially losing their temper for things that have nothing to do with the act of driving.
We are on the right path, and we're going to stay the course, ... The bottom line is we want all of our students to succeed and to be proficient. That's our goal.
I tell parents, you know, if you're worried about your child's safety and they're a teen-ager, you need to be worried about them driving a car, because that's the thing that's most likely to take their life.
That's a little weird to me. Why would you be taking photos if nothing happened Were they being taken to set up a defense
We've found about 200 road-rage deaths over a period of several years, compared to the 17,000 a year caused by drunk driving. Some states are considering pretty severe penalties, trying to rewrite laws so that road rage has some specific legal consequences. We're not sure that's appropriate.
He's a computer geek, ... I think he knew more about MacIntosh computers than the state's witness did. I'm not sure how much the jury caught, but he seemed to be pretty pleased.
I just heard about the church that burned 10 years ago. It just really did touch my heart. I've just kept up with them through the years.
You can't get away from who you are I guess.
To me, all war is failure for humanity, though it often is a bounty for commerce.
This gave me an out of the contract and I decided not to do the record with Homestead. After that, they stopped sending me statements.
There's nothing remotely interesting to me about marketing music as a product.
Primarily I met my wife in Chapel Hill in 1997. We kept up a long distance relationship for a couple of years before I moved here permanently in 2000.
Of course I don't miss the snow, the dirty air, the poverty, crime etc. The longer I'm away from it, the harder it seems to be to go back.
Mostly though this desire just springs from an idea for a guitar lead, or vocal melody etc. that I come up with well after the recording is finished.
Many of the songs on the new record underwent drastic changes in arrangement, tempo and dynamics with the addition of the other band members.
It was a serendipitous arrangement, and I now have enough income that I am not in danger of homelessness if the next record doesn't make money.
I tried for several months last year to put together a band for live performance, but could never get everyone together on a consistent basis.
I probably had the most fun recording For Richer For Poorer in Nashville.
I pretty much ignored politics all through my 20's and 30's... I had other things on my mind... the band, finding a meaningful relationship, getting enough money to eat and pay the rent.