Oh, is this a blackmail, then?
I thought the purchasing manager was a part of that give and take deal. Now, we've got another thing we've got to give and take on to get a commissioner's vote. It's not just one item now; it's two or three that he wants.
We declared it an emergency, because we can't pay it back by the end of the year. So we have six months past the beginning of the year to pay it back. We'll pay it back by March, probably, but we do have until June.
We didn't execute very well. I have not done a good job in getting us to where we're executing well enough and I thought that made the difference. Then we went to the foul line and we're [6-15] and we lose by nine. But this was a good tournament for us and we felt good about getting to the finals.
Putting the fiber in gives us the ability to go to 1 Gigabit or greater to the desktop.
We play very good defense and we're a very good rebounding team. Those are our redeeming qualities.
That's been our Achilles' heel all year and it did us in tonight. One of the first things written on the blackboard was limiting turnovers. We obviously didn't do that.
The letter offended me personally, not as a council member, but as a citizen of Warrick County. I interpreted the letter to mean that the more a deputy would make, the better they would protect the citizens of the county.
What went on at Abu Ghraib was a complete breakdown of discipline and authority, and these are merely specific acts within a sea of a multitude of specific acts.