It's been phenomenal, the amount of what we've received.
I lost a good friend, ... He was a good Cubs fan like myself and we spent a lot of sad and some happy days there (Wrigley Field).
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Meyer family, ... Steve was a devoted Republican and member of the Illinois Republican Party who worked hard to build our state organization and advance its principles. He served our state party well with his leadership, passion and hard work. He will be greatly missed.
The problem is, we fear negative consequences a lot more than we value positive ones. What happens to an athlete is that if he wore a particular sock, or pair of shirts, or did some ritual, and had success, he'll continue to do that. That act reduces the anxiety associated with not doing it. It's the exact same mechanism, clinically, we find in obsessive-compulsive people.
Look at my face, my hand, my limp, the damage that is visible. Now, consider the emotional damage. May my face, my injuries and my statement be what you see and hear every night.
The only information I can give out is that he was denied entry under the Immigration Act.
Very often central bankers don't want to give a very clear message because they want to convey the uncertainty, and they tend to use this rather strange language.
If I had been given this option two years ago, I would have signed a contract. No doubt about it.
It's tough to make the distinction between poetry and well-written prose. Is James Joyce's Ulysses a poem or is the more prosaic poetry of Allen Ginsberg really prose?
For that purpose alone, we need to find out what's on the books and see what kind of input the public has for this.
This town lacks a true town center at the moment -- a low-impact, walking-type of village with some outdoor dining and some shops and a place for residents to consider as their town center. Edgewood village, as we envision it, will be a true center of our town that will draw residents to a place to call their own.
People adapt. ... they find a way to deal with it.
He does a great job. He's still the same guy I knew when he was 18 years old at Southern Illinois. He's a hard-working guy. Very thorough, very sincere. He's a small-town guy who has a passion for coaching basketball.
He was very much an average athlete, but he was highly skilled.
We've been able to do something a little bit more creative, a little bit more relaxed, a little bit more low key than going to the tents, which is hectic.