purpose, as he had trained so long to do.
His mind aims back towards the details of the mission as he climbs to his feet and makes his way down along the edge of the corn stalks.
Steve: Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse, as Arnie said. But “Practice makes perfect” is only partially true. It’s better to say - “Perfect practice makes perfect” as there is nothing to gain from practicing wrong. Right? Unluckily for this asshole, I’ve been practicing perfectly my entire life!
He rounds the corner of the corn field where the tracks cut through the farmland and continues his run along the course they trace alongside the town. In his mind he’s listing the steps he needed to take to