The last two years were particularly bad. I've been in town 10 years and I've never seen it like this year.

It did have wonderful craftsmanship. The detail fortunately was not stripped.

But it was all tongue in cheek. That said more to me about the man than anything else. I had no idea and there had been no pressure on me before the race or the night before not to ride his horse to win.

This is not mastery. You don't have to ace this test.

This is better than lying on some beach. The devastation is amazing, but I'm in engineering so I'm looking at this as a way to see how things are built.

I can't tell you what her movements were.

We're more immune to the ups and downs.