Before delving further into the Cyclone game, I need to post a website.
You should check out this website if you live anywhere near Kansas (which according to Google Analytics none of you do, but I am strangely big in Gillette, Wyoming) and head to this sale.
My Aunt Linda is downsizing her possessions as she is looking to move into a smaller house. She has some pretty sweet stuff for sale. I am personally eying the bowl of billiard balls. But there is much, much more.
- 1950 Mar Company metal dollhouses
- Unique small, black Duncan Phyfe table
- 3 Treadle sewing machines
- Wooden rolling pins
- Handmade maple bread boards
- Electric freestanding roaster
- Red & White Graniteware
- Wilton cake pans
- 2 Living Room sets – 4pc & 3pc
- Old kitchen cabinet
- Antique pot belly stove
- 2 antique cook stoves
- 2 Wood desks circa 1950
- Treddle sewing machine base table
- 4′ Oak church pew
- Wooden school desk
- Gossip bench
- Claw-foot bathtub
I don’t even know what a Gossip bench is, but it sounds pretty cool.
To the game…
I am told that “work half-done isn’t done at all”. The Cyclones ended the 2nd Quarter with the game half done and owning a commanding lead.
I have to be honest. Sometimes being a Cyclone fan is like being hit in the head with a mallet every morning. I’ve seen the Cyclones blow enough leads in my time that with a 20-0 lead, all I could think about it during halftime was when we fumbled the ball away in the red zone and lost a scoring opportunity.