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Posted: 11/1/2015 3:27:55 AM EDT
Music.

Here's a few, add your favorites..









Link Posted: 11/1/2015 3:29:40 AM EDT
So when are you posting something Tejas does better?
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I've been jammin' some Gary Clark Jr lately.

Link Posted: 11/1/2015 3:33:15 AM EDT
Goddamnit... just "upgradded" to windows 10 and now I'm fucked I guess.



eta.. do I just leave the s in the copy pasta now?
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Isn't Lady Gaga from Texas ?
Link Posted: 11/1/2015 10:55:04 AM EDT
Amen and God Bless the Lone Star state
Link Posted: 11/1/2015 10:57:19 AM EDT
Bastardo! I was thinking of posting a similar thread!
Link Posted: 11/1/2015 10:58:08 AM EDT
Motown disagrees....
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lol...Texas
Link Posted: 11/1/2015 11:04:29 AM EDT
Not bad if you can't listen to the real deal I suppose.





Link Posted: 11/1/2015 11:17:21 AM EDT
Wife went to San Antonio for a month.  I went down for four days to check things out.  Texas had been our #1 choice for where we'd like to settle eventually.



Here's what we learned that Texas does better than anywhere else we've been:




Shittier drivers:  It was a daily occurrence to nearly get into an auto accident because of morons not knowing how to look before changing lanes.  It happened four times in one day while I was there.  On that same day, we had two idiots cross the double-yellow line and nearly crash into us head-on.




Ruder people:  Nearly everyone we had the misfortune to have to interact with was as rude as the rudest folks we've dealt with in Chicago.  With the exception of one waitress at a restaurant on the San Antonio Riverwalk, people were just dicks.  My wife and I are very mellow, ;aid-back people.  It really shocked us.




Anti-gun sentiment:  This just completely flabbergasted me.  I saw more "OMG NO EVIL GUNS IN HERE" signs in Texas than I've seen anywhere in Ohio.  I traveled down there with my G19.  It was in a locked case which was inside a locked, hard-sided suitcase that had a locking suitcase strap on the outside of it Ammo was in a separate locked hard-sided case.  




I expected to get some crap at the airport when I left Ohio but everyone there was cool. When I left Texas, they had a friggin meltdown.  Pulled me into a side room and had TSA come fuck with me (mind you, I had also identified myself as an LEO first thing) and then lock the bag in a locker inside the side room.  Everyone involved in that episode talked to me like I was some child-molesting criminal.




The end result was that in four days Texas went from a place that I really wanted to fall in love with to being a place I have no desire to ever go to again.




I guess it's possible we just "got lucky" and that our experience was just a weird fluke, but damn.  WTF, Texas.













TL;DR: My experience is that Texas is full of rude hoplophobes who can't drive to save their (or anyone else's) life. YMMV.
Link Posted: 11/1/2015 11:20:19 AM EDT
One of the best albums of all time came from a Texas band.

Flickerstick - Welcoming Home the Astronauts.
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You can say what you want about the last 4 but if you do not like George Jones he stopped loving her today you are the failure
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Wife went to San Antonio for a month.  I went down for four days to check things out.  Texas had been our #1 choice for where we'd like to settle eventually.

Here's what we learned that Texas does better than anywhere else we've been:


Shittier drivers:  It was a daily occurrence to nearly get into an auto accident because of morons not knowing how to look before changing lanes.  It happened four times in one day while I was there.  On that same day, we had two idiots cross the double-yellow line and nearly crash into us head-on.


Ruder people:  Nearly everyone we had the misfortune to have to interact with was as rude as the rudest folks we've dealt with in Chicago.  With the exception of one waitress at a restaurant on the San Antonio Riverwalk, people were just dicks.  My wife and I are very mellow, ;aid-back people.  It really shocked us.


Anti-gun sentiment:  This just completely flabbergasted me.  I saw more "OMG NO EVIL GUNS IN HERE" signs in Texas than I've seen anywhere in Ohio.  I traveled down there with my G19.  It was in a locked case which was inside a locked, hard-sided suitcase that had a locking suitcase strap on the outside of it Ammo was in a separate locked hard-sided case.  


I expected to get some crap at the airport when I left Ohio but everyone there was cool. When I left Texas, they had a friggin meltdown.  Pulled me into a side room and had TSA come fuck with me (mind you, I had also identified myself as an LEO first thing) and then lock the bag in a locker inside the side room.  Everyone involved in that episode talked to me like I was some child-molesting criminal.


The end result was that in four days Texas went from a place that I really wanted to fall in love with to being a place I have no desire to ever go to again.


I guess it's possible we just "got lucky" and that our experience was just a weird fluke, but damn.  WTF, Texas.








TL;DR: My experience is that Texas is full of rude hoplophobes who can't drive to save their (or anyone else's) life. YMMV.
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Wife went to San Antonio for a month.  I went down for four days to check things out.  Texas had been our #1 choice for where we'd like to settle eventually.



Here's what we learned that Texas does better than anywhere else we've been:





Shittier drivers:  It was a daily occurrence to nearly get into an auto accident because of morons not knowing how to look before changing lanes.  It happened four times in one day while I was there.  On that same day, we had two idiots cross the double-yellow line and nearly crash into us head-on.





Ruder people:  Nearly everyone we had the misfortune to have to interact with was as rude as the rudest folks we've dealt with in Chicago.  With the exception of one waitress at a restaurant on the San Antonio Riverwalk, people were just dicks.  My wife and I are very mellow, ;aid-back people.  It really shocked us.





Anti-gun sentiment:  This just completely flabbergasted me.  I saw more "OMG NO EVIL GUNS IN HERE" signs in Texas than I've seen anywhere in Ohio.  I traveled down there with my G19.  It was in a locked case which was inside a locked, hard-sided suitcase that had a locking suitcase strap on the outside of it Ammo was in a separate locked hard-sided case.  





I expected to get some crap at the airport when I left Ohio but everyone there was cool. When I left Texas, they had a friggin meltdown.  Pulled me into a side room and had TSA come fuck with me (mind you, I had also identified myself as an LEO first thing) and then lock the bag in a locker inside the side room.  Everyone involved in that episode talked to me like I was some child-molesting criminal.





The end result was that in four days Texas went from a place that I really wanted to fall in love with to being a place I have no desire to ever go to again.





I guess it's possible we just "got lucky" and that our experience was just a weird fluke, but damn.  WTF, Texas.

















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Wife went to San Antonio for a month.  I went down for four days to check things out.  Texas had been our #1 choice for where we'd like to settle eventually.



Here's what we learned that Texas does better than anywhere else we've been:





Shittier drivers:  It was a daily occurrence to nearly get into an auto accident because of morons not knowing how to look before changing lanes.  It happened four times in one day while I was there.  On that same day, we had two idiots cross the double-yellow line and nearly crash into us head-on.





Ruder people:  Nearly everyone we had the misfortune to have to interact with was as rude as the rudest folks we've dealt with in Chicago.  With the exception of one waitress at a restaurant on the San Antonio Riverwalk, people were just dicks.  My wife and I are very mellow, ;aid-back people.  It really shocked us.





Anti-gun sentiment:  This just completely flabbergasted me.  I saw more "OMG NO EVIL GUNS IN HERE" signs in Texas than I've seen anywhere in Ohio.  I traveled down there with my G19.  It was in a locked case which was inside a locked, hard-sided suitcase that had a locking suitcase strap on the outside of it Ammo was in a separate locked hard-sided case.  





I expected to get some crap at the airport when I left Ohio but everyone there was cool. When I left Texas, they had a friggin meltdown.  Pulled me into a side room and had TSA come fuck with me (mind you, I had also identified myself as an LEO first thing) and then lock the bag in a locker inside the side room.  Everyone involved in that episode talked to me like I was some child-molesting criminal.





The end result was that in four days Texas went from a place that I really wanted to fall in love with to being a place I have no desire to ever go to again.





I guess it's possible we just "got lucky" and that our experience was just a weird fluke, but damn.  WTF, Texas.

















TL;DR: My experience is that Texas is full of rude hoplophobes who can't drive to save their (or anyone else's) life. YMMV.



Looks like we got lucky too









As if to prove my point...




 
Yeah, because having pro-gun, conservatives move to your state is worse than having libtard Californians move to your state.




Texas wins again
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Good Lord. Proof positive Texans have shit for taste.



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  Yeah, because having pro-gun, conservatives move to your state is worse than having libtard Californians move to your state.


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Wife went to San Antonio for a month.  I went down for four days to check things out.  Texas had been our #1 choice for where we'd like to settle eventually.

Here's what we learned that Texas does better than anywhere else we've been:


Shittier drivers:  It was a daily occurrence to nearly get into an auto accident because of morons not knowing how to look before changing lanes.  It happened four times in one day while I was there.  On that same day, we had two idiots cross the double-yellow line and nearly crash into us head-on.


Ruder people:  Nearly everyone we had the misfortune to have to interact with was as rude as the rudest folks we've dealt with in Chicago.  With the exception of one waitress at a restaurant on the San Antonio Riverwalk, people were just dicks.  My wife and I are very mellow, ;aid-back people.  It really shocked us.


Anti-gun sentiment:  This just completely flabbergasted me.  I saw more "OMG NO EVIL GUNS IN HERE" signs in Texas than I've seen anywhere in Ohio.  I traveled down there with my G19.  It was in a locked case which was inside a locked, hard-sided suitcase that had a locking suitcase strap on the outside of it Ammo was in a separate locked hard-sided case.  


I expected to get some crap at the airport when I left Ohio but everyone there was cool. When I left Texas, they had a friggin meltdown.  Pulled me into a side room and had TSA come fuck with me (mind you, I had also identified myself as an LEO first thing) and then lock the bag in a locker inside the side room.  Everyone involved in that episode talked to me like I was some child-molesting criminal.


The end result was that in four days Texas went from a place that I really wanted to fall in love with to being a place I have no desire to ever go to again.


I guess it's possible we just "got lucky" and that our experience was just a weird fluke, but damn.  WTF, Texas.








TL;DR: My experience is that Texas is full of rude hoplophobes who can't drive to save their (or anyone else's) life. YMMV.

Looks like we got lucky too




As if to prove my point...

  Yeah, because having pro-gun, conservatives move to your state is worse than having libtard Californians move to your state.


Texas wins again


Are you sure it ain't you?

I've been here for over 2 years from NY and everyone has been friendly.  Even to a Yankee.  

Of course, I'm polite.  My wife is impatient and has gotten curt with people in public, I notice people will often reciprocate when that happens.
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Yeah no kidding.

Not enough internet to list all the greats.
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I've been here for over 2 years from NY and everyone has been friendly.  Even to a Yankee.  





Of course, I'm polite.  My wife is impatient and has gotten curt with people in public, I notice people will often reciprocate when that happens.
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Wife went to San Antonio for a month.  I went down for four days to check things out.  Texas had been our #1 choice for where we'd like to settle eventually.





Here's what we learned that Texas does better than anywhere else we've been:
Shittier drivers:  It was a daily occurrence to nearly get into an auto accident because of morons not knowing how to look before changing lanes.  It happened four times in one day while I was there.  On that same day, we had two idiots cross the double-yellow line and nearly crash into us head-on.
Ruder people:  Nearly everyone we had the misfortune to have to interact with was as rude as the rudest folks we've dealt with in Chicago.  With the exception of one waitress at a restaurant on the San Antonio Riverwalk, people were just dicks.  My wife and I are very mellow, ;aid-back people.  It really shocked us.
Anti-gun sentiment:  This just completely flabbergasted me.  I saw more "OMG NO EVIL GUNS IN HERE" signs in Texas than I've seen anywhere in Ohio.  I traveled down there with my G19.  It was in a locked case which was inside a locked, hard-sided suitcase that had a locking suitcase strap on the outside of it Ammo was in a separate locked hard-sided case.  
I expected to get some crap at the airport when I left Ohio but everyone there was cool. When I left Texas, they had a friggin meltdown.  Pulled me into a side room and had TSA come fuck with me (mind you, I had also identified myself as an LEO first thing) and then lock the bag in a locker inside the side room.  Everyone involved in that episode talked to me like I was some child-molesting criminal.
The end result was that in four days Texas went from a place that I really wanted to fall in love with to being a place I have no desire to ever go to again.
I guess it's possible we just "got lucky" and that our experience was just a weird fluke, but damn.  WTF, Texas.


























TL;DR: My experience is that Texas is full of rude hoplophobes who can't drive to save their (or anyone else's) life. YMMV.





Looks like we got lucky too






As if to prove my point...





  Yeah, because having pro-gun, conservatives move to your state is worse than having libtard Californians move to your state.
Texas wins again








Are you sure it ain't you?





I've been here for over 2 years from NY and everyone has been friendly.  Even to a Yankee.  





Of course, I'm polite.  My wife is impatient and has gotten curt with people in public, I notice people will often reciprocate when that happens.





 
I'm as sure as I can be.  As I said, my wife and I are very laid back people and polite to a fault.  I was raised to say "sir" and "ma'am" and to hold doors for ladies and all that kind of stuff.  My working theory is that it was due to San Antonio being such a large city, so you're likely to find ruder behavior.  It'll be a long while before I go back that way to find out though.







I was only there for four days.  Wife unit was there for a month.  She said that what I saw was just the tip of the iceberg.  There was something nearly every single day she was there.  She's a total sweetheart of a person too.  We really were disappointed.






On the other hand, my brother likes Texas.  His experiences have been different though as he frequents different parts of the state.


 
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Not enough internet to list all the greats.
Mowtown kicked out a ton of great music but hasn't really produced much in the last 20 years. Texas has done it for almost 100 years.



 
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Mowtown kicked out a ton of great music but hasn't really produced much in the last 20 years. Texas has done it for almost 100 years.

 
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Not enough internet to list all the greats.
Mowtown kicked out a ton of great music but hasn't really produced much in the last 20 years. Texas has done it for almost 100 years.

 




 
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Wife went to San Antonio for a month.  I went down for four days to check things out.  Texas had been our #1 choice for where we'd like to settle eventually.

Here's what we learned that Texas does better than anywhere else we've been:


Shittier drivers:  It was a daily occurrence to nearly get into an auto accident because of morons not knowing how to look before changing lanes.  It happened four times in one day while I was there.  On that same day, we had two idiots cross the double-yellow line and nearly crash into us head-on.


Ruder people:  Nearly everyone we had the misfortune to have to interact with was as rude as the rudest folks we've dealt with in Chicago.  With the exception of one waitress at a restaurant on the San Antonio Riverwalk, people were just dicks.  My wife and I are very mellow, ;aid-back people.  It really shocked us.


Anti-gun sentiment:  This just completely flabbergasted me.  I saw more "OMG NO EVIL GUNS IN HERE" signs in Texas than I've seen anywhere in Ohio.  I traveled down there with my G19.  It was in a locked case which was inside a locked, hard-sided suitcase that had a locking suitcase strap on the outside of it Ammo was in a separate locked hard-sided case.  


I expected to get some crap at the airport when I left Ohio but everyone there was cool. When I left Texas, they had a friggin meltdown.  Pulled me into a side room and had TSA come fuck with me (mind you, I had also identified myself as an LEO first thing) and then lock the bag in a locker inside the side room.  Everyone involved in that episode talked to me like I was some child-molesting criminal.


The end result was that in four days Texas went from a place that I really wanted to fall in love with to being a place I have no desire to ever go to again.


I guess it's possible we just "got lucky" and that our experience was just a weird fluke, but damn.  WTF, Texas.








TL;DR: My experience is that Texas is full of rude hoplophobes who can't drive to save their (or anyone else's) life. YMMV.

Looks like we got lucky too




+1,000,000,000

Maybe you'd like New York much better??

BIGGER_HAMMER
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Maybe you'd like New York much better??



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Wife went to San Antonio for a month.  I went down for four days to check things out.  Texas had been our #1 choice for where we'd like to settle eventually.



Here's what we learned that Texas does better than anywhere else we've been:





Shittier drivers:  It was a daily occurrence to nearly get into an auto accident because of morons not knowing how to look before changing lanes.  It happened four times in one day while I was there.  On that same day, we had two idiots cross the double-yellow line and nearly crash into us head-on.





Ruder people:  Nearly everyone we had the misfortune to have to interact with was as rude as the rudest folks we've dealt with in Chicago.  With the exception of one waitress at a restaurant on the San Antonio Riverwalk, people were just dicks.  My wife and I are very mellow, ;aid-back people.  It really shocked us.





Anti-gun sentiment:  This just completely flabbergasted me.  I saw more "OMG NO EVIL GUNS IN HERE" signs in Texas than I've seen anywhere in Ohio.  I traveled down there with my G19.  It was in a locked case which was inside a locked, hard-sided suitcase that had a locking suitcase strap on the outside of it Ammo was in a separate locked hard-sided case.  





I expected to get some crap at the airport when I left Ohio but everyone there was cool. When I left Texas, they had a friggin meltdown.  Pulled me into a side room and had TSA come fuck with me (mind you, I had also identified myself as an LEO first thing) and then lock the bag in a locker inside the side room.  Everyone involved in that episode talked to me like I was some child-molesting criminal.





The end result was that in four days Texas went from a place that I really wanted to fall in love with to being a place I have no desire to ever go to again.





I guess it's possible we just "got lucky" and that our experience was just a weird fluke, but damn.  WTF, Texas.

















TL;DR: My experience is that Texas is full of rude hoplophobes who can't drive to save their (or anyone else's) life. YMMV.



Looks like we got lucky too









+1,000,000,000



Maybe you'd like New York much better??



BIGGER_HAMMER




 
R>C>P
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And because I've watched so many videos from my dad's side of the family that look just like these.  Videos taken of all the cousins from the family farms between Plainview and Petersburg.  Washed out color video of the family on Sunday.  The WW2 vets still wearing their khakis.  The grey suits and tall black Stetsons.  Simple flowered dresses and chiffon Sunday best.  Kids in cowboy hats with stampede strings and toy rifles.  








   




 

 
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Thread needs moar William Clark Green.... too many moldy oldies in here.......







And some Dalton Domino wouldn't hurt


For all the shit people talk about Lubbock, it sure puts out some damn god artists
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You forgot Dale Watson.
I went to Texas with my wife.  I went from Dallas to Galveston. The idea was to see if we wanted to move there.  I can't wait to go back,and would love to move there. My wife,she bitched and moaned alot drivers,traffic,now it's the floods and tornadoes. She liked it but now she says she doesn't want to move there. My opinion  of Texas was it's the best state we have.I really enjoyed my time there and especially  liked it in hill country. I'll be moving there regardless of if my wife wants to go or not. I like guns, vote republican, and work hard. From  Some of the posts I see around here,ya'll  need more people like me there.
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Wife went to San Antonio for a month.  I went down for four days to check things out.  Texas had been our #1 choice for where we'd like to settle eventually.



Here's what we learned that Texas does better than anywhere else we've been:





Shittier drivers:  It was a daily occurrence to nearly get into an auto accident because of morons not knowing how to look before changing lanes.  It happened four times in one day while I was there.  On that same day, we had two idiots cross the double-yellow line and nearly crash into us head-on.





Ruder people:  Nearly everyone we had the misfortune to have to interact with was as rude as the rudest folks we've dealt with in Chicago.  With the exception of one waitress at a restaurant on the San Antonio Riverwalk, people were just dicks.  My wife and I are very mellow, ;aid-back people.  It really shocked us.





Anti-gun sentiment:  This just completely flabbergasted me.  I saw more "OMG NO EVIL GUNS IN HERE" signs in Texas than I've seen anywhere in Ohio.  I traveled down there with my G19.  It was in a locked case which was inside a locked, hard-sided suitcase that had a locking suitcase strap on the outside of it Ammo was in a separate locked hard-sided case.  





I expected to get some crap at the airport when I left Ohio but everyone there was cool. When I left Texas, they had a friggin meltdown.  Pulled me into a side room and had TSA come fuck with me (mind you, I had also identified myself as an LEO first thing) and then lock the bag in a locker inside the side room.  Everyone involved in that episode talked to me like I was some child-molesting criminal.





The end result was that in four days Texas went from a place that I really wanted to fall in love with to being a place I have no desire to ever go to again.





I guess it's possible we just "got lucky" and that our experience was just a weird fluke, but damn.  WTF, Texas.

















TL;DR: My experience is that Texas is full of rude hoplophobes who can't drive to save their (or anyone else's) life. YMMV.



Looks like we got lucky too









 
Good. We're full.
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  Yeah, because having pro-gun, conservatives move to your state is worse than having libtard Californians move to your state.


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Wife went to San Antonio for a month.  I went down for four days to check things out.  Texas had been our #1 choice for where we'd like to settle eventually.

Here's what we learned that Texas does better than anywhere else we've been:


Shittier drivers:  It was a daily occurrence to nearly get into an auto accident because of morons not knowing how to look before changing lanes.  It happened four times in one day while I was there.  On that same day, we had two idiots cross the double-yellow line and nearly crash into us head-on.


Ruder people:  Nearly everyone we had the misfortune to have to interact with was as rude as the rudest folks we've dealt with in Chicago.  With the exception of one waitress at a restaurant on the San Antonio Riverwalk, people were just dicks.  My wife and I are very mellow, ;aid-back people.  It really shocked us.


Anti-gun sentiment:  This just completely flabbergasted me.  I saw more "OMG NO EVIL GUNS IN HERE" signs in Texas than I've seen anywhere in Ohio.  I traveled down there with my G19.  It was in a locked case which was inside a locked, hard-sided suitcase that had a locking suitcase strap on the outside of it Ammo was in a separate locked hard-sided case.  


I expected to get some crap at the airport when I left Ohio but everyone there was cool. When I left Texas, they had a friggin meltdown.  Pulled me into a side room and had TSA come fuck with me (mind you, I had also identified myself as an LEO first thing) and then lock the bag in a locker inside the side room.  Everyone involved in that episode talked to me like I was some child-molesting criminal.


The end result was that in four days Texas went from a place that I really wanted to fall in love with to being a place I have no desire to ever go to again.


I guess it's possible we just "got lucky" and that our experience was just a weird fluke, but damn.  WTF, Texas.








TL;DR: My experience is that Texas is full of rude hoplophobes who can't drive to save their (or anyone else's) life. YMMV.

Looks like we got lucky too




As if to prove my point...

  Yeah, because having pro-gun, conservatives move to your state is worse than having libtard Californians move to your state.


Texas wins again

Look buddy I ain't going to beg anyone to come here.  You come down here for a week and run into a bunch of your kind who came down here from Michigan and Ohio  in the 80's and you think Texans are rude.  You run into half of South America driving the streats and think Texans can't drive. You see a few 3006 signs in liberal shit holes occupied  by yankees and corporations run by yankees and you think we are anti gun.
fella, you don't know shit about Texas and we ain't got the time to teach you.

Plenty of your Yankee brethren get it and are welcome but you dont and I ain't going to beg you.
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Sorry - I'll take Rex Allen and "Arizona".





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Sorry - I'll take Rex Allen and "Arizona".



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If I couldn't live in Texas I'd live in Arizona.



 
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