I didn't evacuate because I had a father who was a new amputee.
I was at Lake Poway, and I was 7 years old, ... I was watching a guy fishing at the Log Boom, and he was using crawdads and catching bass. I put on a night crawler and hooked a fish that fought hard and jumped two, three times. It was a bass, and that did it for me. I've been a bass fisherman ever since.
One of the things my dad said to me when I got back was that no matter what, they'll never be able to take that title away from me.
I just hope and pray that this thing works out. You've got to have a consistent tax system so it wouldn't be a burden on people trying to figure things out of state.
I'm picking it up slowly but surely. At first, I didn't know what was going on. I feel I'm starting to perform a little bit better.
We are becoming resilient. We are understanding that there are going to be injuries and we just have to deal with them each game, each half. We are doing our best and the guys coming in off the bench are doing a great job so I am happy with the overall performance.
It was a magical experience, I've never felt anything like that. Maybe we felt a bit of extra tension because this only happens every four years but we are learning all the time, and this will help us so much for next time.