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  1. Boston Crusaders. Just announced. https://bostoncrusaders.org/news/
  2. No, the $75,000 is the threshold of damages in order for you to file a complaint in federal court. So, he's saying his damages are over $75,000. The number of counts of the complaint don't have anything to do with that monetary figure.
  3. It was a blast! He still has two more years of indoor (ages out of BAC this year), but he said that if his indoor career had to end now, he was satisfied. The show was the most fun he has ever performed. He sobbed walking off the floor at finals.
  4. Mine, too, since Orlando was a wash-out. My 6'1" kid is actually short this show -- he was 9'1" for his indoor show this year! :)
  5. This is not correct. My son and another tenor player are Infinity members marching in the BAC tenor line this summer. If you were at the BAC April camp performance, my son was on the stilts there. However, neither he nor the other tenor are on stilts for Goliath. Goliath IS an Infinity member -- the one who juggled the cymbals in Infinity's show.
  6. What I found annoying was the stupid commentators who wouldn't shut up when the corps started.
  7. It's supposed to be. I've got my laptop wired up to my TV in anticipation!
  8. In my opinion, the Blue Knights already won that war. Their kitchen truck is FANTASTIC. I volunteered on the BAC truck last summer, and will again this summer, so I'm happy about the new truck. BUT, I got to tour the BK truck last summer. The BK truck has a slide-out portion that turns the truck into a good-sized kitchen -- not just the aisle down the middle like the new BAC truck.
  9. They were. My son is the leader, so he was the one in front who led them to retreat, and was then joined by a second tenor. They will both be with BAC this summer -- my son as his second and age-out year, and his friend as a rook-out.