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I love Wade (very texan thread)

Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by stealth, Aug 27, 2008.

  1. stealth

    stealth Benched

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    I am a texan first and an american after. I love Wade, I watch hard knocks wishing he was my grand father, if bum was my great grandfather I could die today happy. I love that he is a texan, just like me. How fitting is it that the best team in the league, that happens to be in texas, is represented by a born and raised Texan. Non-texans, don't get twisted I love you and would fight for you, but WOOHOO that a texan is running my team.
  2. silverbear

    silverbear Semi-Official Loose Cannon

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    Como Tejas, no hay otro... it's over 35 years since I lived there, and it's still in my heart... got a king-sized, indoor quality Lone Star flag hanging in my bedroom to remind me daily of who I am...
  3. SweetDC

    SweetDC Member

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    You Texans crack me up. Your love for your state is unbelievable. My ex is a Texan and if I heard him say, "We were a country first" one more time....

    Hey, Maryland (my home state) ain't no slouch either. Ya'll Texans might remember that little conflict called the War of 1812. Were it not for the heroic, valiant efforts of Marylanders during the Battle of Baltimore, your Tex-Mex might well be bangers and mash. I'm just sayin'.
    Battle of Baltimore
    Marylanders demonstrated unimaginable unity, courage, and resilience in the face of overwhelming odds when British forces-- the greatest military power in the world-- invaded the Chesapeake region. American forces at Ft. McHenry in Baltimore harbor, withstood a punishing 25-hour attack, and inspired the words to America’s national anthem. (Visit Maryland)
    Ummm...thankfully my fellow Marylanders fared a little better holding off the enemy than those did at the Alamo. Hence, why your food is called Tex-Mex. No blame. You Texans did the best you could. Next time conflict rears, call some of us Marylanders down and we'll help you whup 'em real good.:D

    Now come on up here and get yourself some of our delicious Chesapeake Bay (not English Channel) crab cakes.
  4. silverbear

    silverbear Semi-Official Loose Cannon

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    Uhhh, I graduated from North Hagerstown High School, my Mom and Dad are buried in the cemetery just up Potomac Avenue from that school... you can't tell me much about Maryland I don't already know...

    Virginia is better (that's where I live now), Texas is better still...
  5. dooomsday

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    And you move up the food chain from there!

    Joisey!

    ;)
  6. Nav22

    Nav22 Well-Known Member

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    California rules all.

    Nicest weather, hottest women, and largest population since everyone wants to be here.

    Hell, even the Cowboys can't stay away! :D
  7. Maikeru-sama

    Maikeru-sama Mick Green 58

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    Everytime a Texan has been head coach of this team, great things always happened.

    Hopefully Wade Phillips doesn't disappoint.
  8. CrazyCowboy

    CrazyCowboy Well-Known Member

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    I am from Hillsville, Va........and it is a great place.
  9. BAZ

    BAZ Drunken Mick

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    I'm guessing if the Boys go 3-13 Stealth will change his mind about Wade.
  10. Thanos68

    Thanos68 Benched

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    I love the Cowboys...But I am sorry. Texas really sucks.
  11. Doomsday101

    Doomsday101 Well-Known Member

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    I have been to Maryland very nice state but what does that have to do with the extreme love that most Texans have for their state? While we lost at the Alamo we did not forget them at the Battle of San Jacinto where we won our independence and became a country of our own and by our charter with the US still hold that right. As we like to say I was born an American by luck and a Texan by the grace of God. :laugh2:
  12. Big Country

    Big Country Rolling Thunder

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    Yessir!!! I've lived here all my life and don't ever want to leave. Good things are sure to come.

    Ummm, you haven't been to Austin Texas then huh.

    nice refutation there slim!
  13. BlueStar22

    BlueStar22 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah if you like plastic women and high cost of living....lol
  14. cbfan55

    cbfan55 Member

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    :hammer:
  15. dougonthebench

    dougonthebench Cowboys Forever

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    and where do you call home??? Oklahoma?
  16. kmd24

    kmd24 Active Member

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    I don't know much about the rest of Texas, but Houston pretty much sucks in my book. Lived there for a year.

    I've visited Dallas, San Antonio, and Austin, and they were OK. Better than Houston, anyway. Austin seemed really nice.

    I also worked a project in the panhandle (Borger - yuck), and stayed in Amarillo while working there. The only way I'll return is if someone drags my cold, dead body.
  17. silverbear

    silverbear Semi-Official Loose Cannon

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    Amen and hallelujah, my brutha... I'll testify...

    There are more pretty girls per square mile in that city than anywhere else on the face of the earth, I'm dead morally convinced of that...
  18. Big Country

    Big Country Rolling Thunder

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    Yes sir silverbear! I went to TX State University in San Marcos back in the early 90s and the whole area is absolutely beautiful in scenery of landscape and the ladies. The ratio of ladies to men back then was like 7 to 1...

    I could die happy in the Texas Hill country... Anyone who has never been there has absolutely missed one of the more beautiful places on earth.
  19. zrinkill

    zrinkill Diamond surrounded by trash

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    Someone is looking for attention
  20. Big Country

    Big Country Rolling Thunder

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    The history in MD is really cool. I'd like to go to MD someday. Also, no offense to your abilities in conflict, but ya'll had a few more hombres in the northeast to fend off the foe than us Texans I would think.:)

    Furthermore, I'd love to go to Maryland and have some of the seafood there... I used to order crab cakes from Woody's Crab House... Absolutely great stuff.

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