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    Re: Iowa HS FB -- Week 8

    IIRC, Miller only had one INT prior to the game at CL. It's been fun having a decent QB who has a few receivers that can get open and make plays. (I say that relatively speaking, as a slightly above...
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    Re: Iowa HS FB -- Week 8

    The HD QB had twice as many interceptions in that game as he's had all year, didn't he? HD knew keeping turnovers to a minimum was going to be key, but they just couldn't hold on when it mattered. By...
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    Re: Jr Cyclone Club MBB tickets

    I don't mind them allowing up to HS seniors, that might be the only way some of these kids get to go to games.

    I just looked at the schedule, I think the two games offered are the only games this...
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    Re: Cy statues on display Sat

    It's a sugar skull Cy! I'm guessing that's the one Hugo from Heroic Ink did (am I right, Cybirdy?) I think it's awesome. Not everyone's taste, but done really well. These will be really neat to see...
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    Re: Friday OT - Your "Meh" Sports

    Having a husband who is a decent athlete and will watch pretty much any sport, I've learned to at least tolerate, if not enjoy, watching whatever is on. We've had a lot of soccer on lately, watched...
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    Re: 6/16 Weather Thread

    The town of Geneva, four miles south of Hampton on Hwy 65, and then a mile east on a blacktop, was also hit pretty hard. After the storm, there was only one passable way through town, most of the...
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    Re: 6/16 Weather Thread

    They were last year's bucket calves that had just gotten moved to a different (better grass) pasture. The storm blew out part of the fencing, and the hub and the guy who has the other calves don't...
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    Re: 6/16 Weather Thread

    No, under the overhang (but not inside) of the hay barn on the east side of the new shop. Evidently the hub didn't have blocks or anything behind the tires. Pretty sure they're fine, just took a...
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    Re: 6/16 Weather Thread

    RIP Swing tree. I think my kids are most sad about that tree getting damaged. And don't forget the two big Brent wagons that got blown from under the shed to 100' and 150' feet away, almost in the...
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    Re: Friday OT - Road Trips

    A group of us drove to PCB my sophomore year for spring break. We drove straight through, switching drivers every few hours. On the way down it wasn't too bad, except one driver took a wrong turn and...
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    Re: Friday OT - Names

    That's why you're so smart now. :wink: Yeah, you had the "cool" name, even if you could never find anything personalized. I guess we should be glad we were girls. One of us could have been named...
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    Re: Friday OT - Names

    Yeah, if you weren't from my hometown, you had no clue how to spell or pronounce my maiden name. My married name is shorter and easier to spell, but as it's a fairly German name (albeit...
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    Re: Friday OT - Names

    I've generally been ambivalent on my name. Don't love it, don't hate it. There were two other girls in my (smallish) high school who had the same name/spelling as me, but I don't think it was a...
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    Re: Friday OT - In-laws

    I have fantastic in-laws. They are wonderful about helping out if/when asked, but not being pushy or overbearing. They live about 90 minutes away, which is the perfect amount for a day trip. The hub...
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    Re: Friday OT #2 - Food Day!

    Why ruin a perfectly good snicker salad with a disgusting thing like diced apples? Gross. If I take any, I pick the apples out, but usually I just skip that salad.

    My go-to is broccoli slaw salad....
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    Re: Games with your kids

    Our kids get limited time on the iPad/iPod (max 20m/day unless we need to keep them occupied longer for some reason). We've let our 8 year old start playing on the Wii just in the last month (Lego...
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    Re: Kindergarten redshirt

    My husband has a July birthday and was always the youngest in his class. Academically, he was fine - honors student, 2nd in his graduating class, and attended a top-ranked private engineering...
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    Re: Off-Topic Thursday!

    We are definitely not in our Forever home, but where we currently live isn't too bad. It's got a nice big yard for the kids and room for a garden and the living space inside is set up nicely for...
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    Re: *****LEATH VEISHEA PRESSER LIVE STREAM*****

    More than just a few hours, more like months. The cast and crew of SOV have been working since last fall. That's gone. The HDFS college sells 12,000 cherry pies at Veishea, which goes to fund...
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    Re: *** March MATness Thread ***

    Yep. I know he wanted to go for more points at the tourney, but you also need to know your limits with your opponent.

    Well, shoot.
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