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Old 10-01-2010, 06:22 PM   #21
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Sorry. I'm very irritated by groups of people that have tons of pride just for the sake of having tons of pride with not much to be proud of =P
I hate when people that make hasty generalizations about Texas and Texans. We aren't all like that.
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I hate when people that make hasty generalizations about Texas and Texans. We aren't all like that.
Watch it dude, or we'll drive down there in our Priuses & old Mercedes running on biodiesel and beat you to death with cans of PBR wrapped up in our scarves. Sadly.
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Texas is the **** and we have the hottest bitches, hands down.
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I hate when people that make hasty generalizations about Texas and Texans. We aren't all like that.
Yes we are, don't deny it. I'd die for my country and by country I mean TEXAS! Remeber when we got matching "Texas > Everything" Tatoos?

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Watch it dude, or we'll drive down there in our Priuses & old Mercedes running on biodiesel and beat you to death with cans of PBR wrapped up in our scarves. Sadly.
My guys just came into my office to check on me because they thought they heard me scream when I was laughing at this.
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hahahaha. Austinites must be a different breed of Texan. I love my state as much as the next Texan, but my views on politics and religion rarely match up with my "stately brothers".

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Watch it dude, or we'll drive down there in our Priuses & old Mercedes running on biodiesel and beat you to death with cans of PBR wrapped up in our scarves. Sadly.
I lol'ed
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Old 10-01-2010, 06:52 PM   #26
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Texas...
Willie Nelson
Lyle Lovett
Robert Earle Keene
(^not into country except for the preceding three, all of who are great)
Don Henley
Buddy Holly
Roy Orbison
Janis Joplin
Billy Gibbons
Butthole Surfers
Pantera
South by Southwest (event)
And that is just a taste of the musicians from here.

Shall I go on?
I have a nice house on 10 acres bought for less than what someone would pay for a POS apartment in SF or Manhattan. There are areas of high real estate cost here of course but they are still cheap for what you get.

+1 on all the race tracks and the year-round racing/biking/sailing/whatever season

Bird Island Basin (windsurfing mecca)
South Padre Island

80 MPH speed limit on I-10 west of Kerrville. Highest in the U.S. according to my latest intel.

five distinct geographic regions: great plains, Eastern piney woods, coastal plains, hill country (whoohoo) and Sonoran desert.

Most, and meanest motherfucking tornadoes anywhere (OK that could be a minus, but huge thunderstorms are very cool as long as you do not get hit by hail or a twister. The awesome power of nature). Oh yeah and hurricanes.

Shall I go on?

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I know two facts about Texas. I work with a kid named Jonathon. He's from Dallas. And he tells me that,

1. Houston smells like ****. And everyone in Texas knows it.

2. The girls in Dallas are super fine.

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Old 10-01-2010, 06:59 PM   #28
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Texas Sucks. ESPECIALLY San Antonio... IMO.
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Texas Sucks. ESPECIALLY San Antonio... IMO.
As opposed to Reno? I mean Tahoe is very close, which is a fantastic place, but otherwise
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no humidity, mountain scenery, every damn season to experience... not to bad here.
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Texas Sucks. ESPECIALLY San Antonio... IMO.
I will EQUALIZE you! lol

On a serious note, I can't imagine living anywhere else.
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Wait, this just in. The Santa Ana winds in California are caused by the fact that Reno really blows. It's true.




Seriously, just returning fire. No real animosity against most places, except for Juarez... and Mogadishu... and Pyongyang...

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Last report I read said Texas was in the best economic state out of all the states.

Texas is the ****. Want to know why? Let this soldier tell you (Watch it, it's ****** hilarious)
NWS LANGUAGE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLH5pfULi-w
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Gary.. Look what you started now....
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attractive, very attractive penises in texas, i'm not gay though
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Texas Sucks. ESPECIALLY San Antonio... IMO.
Reno is like a dirtier, shittier version of Vegas. Nothing but hatchet man stickers and ugly women there. We see 10's in Texas everyday; ****, I'm dating one. The only good thing about Reno is it's close proximity to Tahoe.
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Wait, this just in. The Santa Anna winds in California are caused by the fact that Reno really blows. It's true.




Seriously, just returning fire. No real animosity against most places, except for Juarez... and Mogadishu... and Pyongyang...
This just in: Texan education has proven to be poor when there are texan claims of winds blowing east from Nevada to Cali.



I hated everyday I was there for the months I was there... I hate feeling like my whole body is asleep when it rains. I hate the fact your freeways is like driving on a hot-wheel track. Its sad when your damn freeway system has U-turnoffs built. For being sooo close to the mexican border... your mexican food sucks.
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I hear Reno has some shitty police.




btw, arizona rocks.
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Who said east? Not me. But, Santa Ana winds blow FROM the east (some of it from the Reno area) to the WEST, across California.
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hahahaha. Austinites must be a different breed of Texan. I love my state as much as the next Texan, but my views on politics and religion rarely match up with my "stately brothers".



I lol'ed
Austin has our PNW hippies.
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