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Posted: 5/19/2005 5:48:51 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/19/2005 5:50:16 AM EDT by quijanos]
Thought first about posting in the Hometown forum but we already know this stuff.......
I know Y'all just can't wait to read 'em!

Enjoy.......

Texas Trivia

Beaumont to El Paso: 742 miles

Beaumont to Chicago: 770 miles

El Paso is closer to California than to Dallas

World's first rodeo was in Pecos... July 4, 1883.

The Flagship Hotel in Galveston is the only hotel in North America built
over water.

The Heisman Trophy was named after John William Heisman who was the first
full time coach for Rice University in Houston.

Brazoria County has more species of birds than any other area in North
America.

Aransas Wildlife Refuge is the winter home of North America's only remaining
flock of whooping cranes.

Jalapeno jelly originated in Lake Jackson in 1978.

The worst natural disaster in U.S. history was in 1900 caused by a hurricane
in which over 8000 lives were lost on Galveston Island.

The first word spoken from the moon, July 20, 1969, was "Houston."

King Ranch is larger than Rhode Island

Tropical Storm Claudette brought a US. rainfall record of 43" in 24 hours in
and around Alvin in July 1979.

A Live Oak tree near Fulton is estimated to be 1500 years old.

Caddo Lake is the only natural lake in the state.

Dr Pepper was invented in Waco in 1885. There is no period after Dr in Dr
Pepper.

Texas has had six capital cities:
1. Washington-on-the-Brazos
2. Harrisburg
3. Galveston
4. Velasco
5. West Columbia
6. Austin

The Capitol Dome in Austin is the only dome in the U.S. which is taller than
the Capitol Building in Washington D.C. (by 7 feet). This was of course
intentional. Legally it could not have been done, but they found the highest
hill in Austin and built it there. By the time they finished, it stood 7
feet higher than the National Capitol.

The name Texas comes from the Caddo Indian word "tejas" meaning 'friends.'
Tejas is not Spanish for Texas.

The State animal is the Armadillo. (An interesting bit of trivia aboutthe
armadillo is they always have four babies. They have one egg which splits
into four and they either have four males or four females, all identical.)

The first domed stadium in the U.S. was the Astrodome in Houston.
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 6:00:11 AM EDT
Fascinating. I think I might have to take a trip out that way soon. My only questions: 1. Are the women as hot as the climate? and 2. Do you have prarie dogs that need to be vanquished? MJD
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 6:44:20 AM EDT
I'm waiting for ETH to insist that there is nothing trivial about Texas!
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 6:46:54 AM EDT

Originally Posted By quijanos:


King Ranch is larger than Rhode Island





That one always cracked me up.
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 6:52:05 AM EDT
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 6:55:37 AM EDT
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 6:55:41 AM EDT

Originally Posted By highwayman:
Fascinating. I think I might have to take a trip out that way soon. My only questions: 1. Are the women as hot as the climate? and 2. Do you have prarie dogs that need to be vanquished? MJD



HOTTER waaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyy F'ing HOTTERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
(just look at TRG)
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 6:57:19 AM EDT
Before any Alaskans go bragging that their state is bigger, let me say this: that's just until you thaw it out.
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 7:48:02 AM EDT
Here is one for you. All the fuel for the War in Europe (that's WWII) came from the East Texas oilfield.
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 7:51:30 AM EDT


Jalapeno jelly originated in Lake Jackson in 1978.



That stuff is good too. Damn, I want some with my biscuits for lunch now...
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 7:52:57 AM EDT

Originally Posted By 338winmag:
Here is one for you. All the fuel for the War in Europe (that's WWII) came from the East Texas oilfield.



....and, 2 of the 7 fuel producing refineries in the U.S. are here.
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 7:53:09 AM EDT

Originally Posted By quijanos:
The Flagship Hotel in Galveston is the only hotel in North America built
over water.





Seattle's Edgewater Hotel is Pier 67, and under that pier is nothing but water.





Link Posted: 5/19/2005 8:04:55 AM EDT

Originally Posted By CavVet:

Originally Posted By quijanos:
The Flagship Hotel in Galveston is the only hotel in North America built
over water.





Seattle's Edgewater Hotel is Pier 67, and under that pier is nothing but water.






True enough but that is in the Bay...........The Flagship is buit out over the Gulf of Mexico with constant wave action. There are plenty of other structures built in bays/inlets/coves/ports, etc. Just look at your local Port, Wharf or ship channel. It is unique in that it is only connected to the land by a suspended concrete drive. Still VERY Unique.......you can walk down the beach entire length of Galveston Island and right under the hotel.
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 8:14:35 AM EDT
There were 6, not five, state capitals. The sixth being Houston. When Sam Houston became President of Texas, he declared Houston, the captal of Texas. Miribeau(sp?) Lamar was then voted President of Texas, moved the capital from Houston, back to Austin. Sam Houston was again voted President of Texas, and tried to move the capital to Houston, again, but some broad led a challenge, and they fired at cannon at the people trying to move thepapers, and shit.
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 9:36:55 AM EDT
1. Are the women as hot as the climate? and 2. Do you have prarie dogs that need to be vanquished? MJD

(1) YES!!!

(2) Nope, but plenty of javelina (little nasty pigs, down along the Rio Grande), armadillos (ALL OVER), coyotes (ALL OVER), and other asst varmints. People would LOVE you to put a dent in the armadillo and coyote population. In southeastern Texas, Nutria are getting to be a problem. These are huge water rats from Lousiana, originally from South America. Great fun with a .22 or a .17.

If a restaurant's tables are covered with red and white checked oilcloth table cloths and at least half a dozen pickups parked out front, chances are the TexMex food is pretty good there, as well as the BBQ and steaks.

Seafood along the coast is GREAT!

Galveston is nice all year round.

Houston drivers have no understanding of the term "safe following distance".

Whatever the speed limit, add 10-15 mph for the safe driving speed. I was once chastised by a cop for impeding traffic and causing a problem... while driving the limit. Well, he was polite and said, just drive how everybody else is.

Texas Rangers don't take any crap, and don't dish out any. If Texas Rangers ran TSA, there would be no problems at the airport.

Don't disrespect the Alamo.

That funny handsign is NOT a Satanic sign, it is "Hook 'em Horns!"

They take football very seriously, high school, college, pro, all the same to them.

You can wear cowboy boots and hat, and string tie with a suit in Texas and it's OK. If you don't it's, "You ain't from around here, are ya." (that's a statement, not a question)

When they tell you "Texas is God's Country," nod in agreement.

I don't live there, but I like Texas, and I LOVE San Antonio.
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 9:42:46 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/19/2005 9:44:53 AM EDT by ironoxbows]

Originally Posted By A_Free_Man:
1. Are the women as hot as the climate? and 2. Do you have prarie dogs that need to be vanquished? MJD

(1) YES!!!

(2) Nope, but plenty of javelina (little nasty pigs, down along the Rio Grande), armadillos (ALL OVER), coyotes (ALL OVER), and other asst varmints. People would LOVE you to put a dent in the armadillo and coyote population. In southeastern Texas, Nutria are getting to be a problem. These are huge water rats from Lousiana, originally from South America. Great fun with a .22 or a .17.




Never been to west Texas have ya?
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 9:46:25 AM EDT
My family settled in East-Central Texas in 1824. I have a copy of the original Spanish land grant.

Old maps of the state show a place called Dunn's Fort near Wheelock in what is now Robertson County. It was built by my great-great-great grandfather as a defensive position against Indian raids. Literally, Davy Crockett slept there on his way to the Alamo. My great-great-great grandmother noted it in her journal.

My dad is a retired Texas Ranger.

God bless Texas.
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 9:53:26 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/19/2005 9:53:44 AM EDT by NoVaGator]

The Capitol Dome in Austin is the only dome in the U.S. which is taller than
the Capitol Building in Washington D.C. (by 7 feet). This was of course
intentional. Legally it could not have been done, but they found the highest
hill in Austin and built it there. By the time they finished, it stood 7
feet higher than the National Capitol.



really?

I believe the dome at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception IN DC is taller than the capitol dome.

Link Posted: 5/19/2005 9:55:03 AM EDT

Originally Posted By NoVaGator:

The Capitol Dome in Austin is the only dome in the U.S. which is taller than
the Capitol Building in Washington D.C. (by 7 feet). This was of course
intentional. Legally it could not have been done, but they found the highest
hill in Austin and built it there. By the time they finished, it stood 7
feet higher than the National Capitol.



really?

I believe the dome at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception IN DC is taller than the capitol dome.

www.nationalshrine.com/atf/cf/{3B17C6B3-18AB-4C42-BFF7-C6F9BCE8CAC6}/domespire.jpg



He was referring to State Capitol domes.
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 10:00:38 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/19/2005 10:01:46 AM EDT by cool-e]
The Flagship Hotel in Galveston is the only hotel in North America built
over water.


That place is a real rat hole now. There is a lawsuit that will probably result in it being torn down and an amusement park built in its place (still over the Gulf). Years ago when it was known as the Galveston Pleasure Pier, and episode of Route 66 was filmed there. That was even too early for my old ass to remember.

ETA:El Paso is closer to California than to Dallas. That's a good reason to move out of El Paso.
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 10:04:35 AM EDT
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 10:05:47 AM EDT
Google search: World's Oldest Rodeo......Prescott, AZ. Used to live in Pecos now live 40 miles from Prescott.
No challenge to the fact that Texas has the nicest, most decent people in the U.S.
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 10:57:55 AM EDT

Originally Posted By cool-e:
The Flagship Hotel in Galveston is the only hotel in North America built
over water.


That place is a real rat hole now. There is a lawsuit that will probably result in it being torn down and an amusement park built in its place (still over the Gulf). Years ago when it was known as the Galveston Pleasure Pier, and episode of Route 66 was filmed there. That was even too early for my old ass to remember.

ETA:El Paso is closer to California than to Dallas. That's a good reason to move out of El Paso.



And indeed the Edgewater is attached to the seawall only by a driveway. Who knows, who cares. I wouldnt sleep in either of them.
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 11:00:24 AM EDT
I love Galveston Of course my house is in Tyler
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 11:12:15 AM EDT
Grew up in Galveston and its a cool for a small barrier reef island town.

San Antonio, on the other hand, Rocks. My folks now reside there and I LOVE that place.

The city I live in now has more issued CCW's than any other in the State (per capita)....any guess?
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 3:00:04 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/19/2005 3:03:10 PM EDT by A_Free_Man]
(2) Nope, but plenty of javelina (little nasty pigs, down along the Rio Grande), armadillos (ALL OVER), coyotes (ALL OVER), and other asst varmints. People would LOVE you to put a dent in the armadillo and coyote population. In southeastern Texas, Nutria are getting to be a problem. These are huge water rats from Lousiana, originally from South America. Great fun with a .22 or a .17.

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Never been to west Texas have ya?



Prairie Dogs in west Texas and the panhandle? Cool. Have not been there hunting.

Beaumont to El Paso: 742 miles

I seem to remember a sign in the Beaumont area reading 942 miles to El Paso.
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 3:07:02 PM EDT
Texas is the only State that is allowed to fly it's State flag at the same height as the U.S. flag.
Others must be lower.
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Link Posted: 5/19/2005 3:15:29 PM EDT

Originally Posted By astro:
My family settled in East-Central Texas in 1824. I have a copy of the original Spanish land grant.

Old maps of the state show a place called Dunn's Fort near Wheelock in what is now Robertson County. It was built by my great-great-great grandfather as a defensive position against Indian raids. Literally, Davy Crockett slept there on his way to the Alamo. My great-great-great grandmother noted it in her journal.

My dad is a retired Texas Ranger.

God bless Texas.



Ask your dad if he knows a Texas Ranger, likely retired now, named M. Miller from Victoria. I went to HS with his son. We were also involved in Scouts in the local area.
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 3:19:28 PM EDT
Adair, Red (Houston)
Armstrong, Lance (Plano)
Avery, Tex (Taylor)
Barney the Dinosaur (Dallas)
Burnett, Carol (San Antonio)
Burns, Brooke (Dallas)
Busey, Gary (Goose Creek)
Bush, George Prescott
Bush, Jeb (Midland)
Bush, Jenna and Barbara (Dallas)
Bush, Laura (Midland)
Bush, Lauren
Bush, Neil (Midland)
Bush, Noelle
Chapman, Mark David (Fort Worth)
Checkers
Church, Thomas Haden (El Paso)
Ciara (Austin)
Clarkson, Kelly (Burleson)
Coleman, Bessie (Atlanta)
Corrigan, 'Wrong Way'
Crawford, Joan (San Antonio)
Destiny's Child (Houston)
Duff, Hilary (Houston)
Eisenhower, Dwight (Denison)
Elizabeth, Shannon (Houston)
Evans, Dale (Uvalde)
Ewing, Megan (Abilene)
Fawcett, Farrah (Corpus Christi)
Foreman, George (Marshall)
Foxx, Jamie (Terrell)
Foyt, A. J. (Houston)
Garner, Jennifer (Houston)
Goodacre, Jill (Lubbock)
Hawke, Ethan (Austin)
Hewitt, Jennifer Love (Waco)
Highsmith, Patricia (Fort Worth)
Holly, Buddy (Lubbock)
Hughes, Howard (Houston)
Johnson, Lady Bird (Karnack)
Johnson, Lyndon (Johnson City)
Jones, Tommy Lee (San Saba)
Joplin, Janis (Port Arthur)
Knowles, Beyoncé (Houston)
Koresh, David (Houston)
Lovett, Lyle (Klein)
Mandrell, Barbara (Houston)
Martin, Steve (Waco)
Morris, Jim (Brownwood)
Murphy, Audie (Kingston)
Nelly (Austin)
Nelson, Willie (Abbott)
Nimitz, Chester W. (Fredericksburg)
North, Ollie (San Antonio)
O'Connor, Sandra Day (El Paso)
Orbison, Roy (Vernon)
Perot, Ross (Texarkana)
Porter, Katherine Anne (Indian Creek)
Quaid, Dennis (Houston)
Quaid, Randy (Houston)
Rather, Dan (Wharton)
Roddenberry, Gene (El Paso)
Ryan, Irene (El Paso)
Selena (Lake Jackson)
Shoemaker, Willie (Fabens)
Simpson, Ashlee (Dallas)
Simpson, Jessica (Dallas)
Smith, Anna Nicole (Mexia)
Spacek, Sissy (Quitman)
Strait, George (Poteet)
Strieber, Whitley (San Antonio)
Swoopes, Sheryl (Brownfield)
Tate, Sharon (Dallas)
Vaughan, Stevie Ray (Dallas)
White, Barry (Galveston)
Wilson, Owen (Dallas)
Zaharias, Babe Didrikson (Port Arthur)
Zellweger, Renee (Katy)
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 3:36:32 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/19/2005 3:38:36 PM EDT by MuRDoC]

Originally Posted By A_Free_Man:
Houston drivers have no understanding of the term "safe following distance".



wtf, I live in Houston and I resent that, we might travel 80mph on the freeway, weaving thru rush hour traffic but we always stay back a safe distance, who needs more than a foot ?
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 3:38:56 PM EDT
Jalapeno jelly originated in Lake Jackson in 1978

I know the woman who invented that's sister, now im famous
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 3:58:44 PM EDT

In the early 1970's, Uncle Sam sent my family to Randolph AFB, about 20 miles from San Antonio in North Bexar County. You better say that "BEAR County" if you don't want to sound like a transplant.

Texas has a Veterans land grant program, and a tuition cap for veterans at State Universities and Colleges.

Bracken, Texas (near New Braunfels) is the only home to Vampire Bats in the United States.

It is a felony to carry wire cutters in Texas.

There are more Air Force bases in Texas than in any other state.

I have stood at the site of the Embassy of the Republic of Texas in London, England.

Football is not a sport in Texas, it is an obsession of near disease preportion.

Texas has a way of getting under your skin, once you live there a while, you never seem to forget it.
I will likely retire in Texas some day.

DaddyDett



Link Posted: 5/19/2005 6:08:43 PM EDT
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 6:16:42 PM EDT

Originally Posted By DaddyDett:
In the early 1970's, Uncle Sam sent my family to Randolph AFB, about 20 miles from San Antonio in North Bexar County. You better say that "BEAR County" if you don't want to sound like a transplant.

Texas has a Veterans land grant program, and a tuition cap for veterans at State Universities and Colleges.

Bracken, Texas (near New Braunfels) is the only home to Vampire Bats in the United States.

It is a felony to carry wire cutters in Texas.

There are more Air Force bases in Texas than in any other state.

I have stood at the site of the Embassy of the Republic of Texas in London, England.

Football is not a sport in Texas, it is an obsession of near disease preportion.

Texas has a way of getting under your skin, once you live there a while, you never seem to forget it.
I will likely retire in Texas some day.

DaddyDett






The best Chinese restaurant in the world is about a rock's throw from Randolph AFB and fifteen minutes from my house.
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 6:20:11 PM EDT

Originally Posted By EricTheHun:

Originally Posted By 82ndAbn:
Noting that Caddo lake is the only natural lake in the entire State usually surprises people.


Even Caddo Lake being a 'natural' lake is questionable.

Have you ever been to Mooringsport, Louisiana, to see the Caddo Lake Dam?

Prior to 1874, it was the 'Great Raft' in the Red River, which caused the Caddo River to back up and form the Lake.

But, I think we need at least one 'natural' lake in Texas.

It would be the only natural thing you couldn't find in Texas, otherwise.

Eric The(YeeeHaawww!)Hun



Texas is such a great place to live unless you are a democrat, which means it's a great place for us.

"A major network is planning the show "Survivor 2" this winter. In response, Texas is planning "Survivor, Texas Style." The contestants will start in Dallas, travel through Waco, Austin, San Antonio, over to Houston, and down to Brownsville. They will proceed up to Del Rio, on to El Paso, then to Midland/Odessa, Lubbock, and Amarillo. From there, they proceed to Abilene, and on to Ft. Worth and back to Dallas.

Each will be driving a pink Volvo with a bumper sticker that reads, "I'm gay, I voted for Al Gore, and I'm here to confiscate your guns."

The first one to make it back to Dallas wins."

Ben
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 6:30:12 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Swindle1984:
Before any Alaskans go bragging that their state is bigger, let me say this: that's just until you thaw it out.



Alaska is wider than the contenental USA!
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 6:31:31 PM EDT

Originally Posted By astro:

Originally Posted By NoVaGator:

The Capitol Dome in Austin is the only dome in the U.S. which is taller than
the Capitol Building in Washington D.C. (by 7 feet). This was of course
intentional. Legally it could not have been done, but they found the highest
hill in Austin and built it there. By the time they finished, it stood 7
feet higher than the National Capitol.



really?

I believe the dome at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception IN DC is taller than the capitol dome.

www.nationalshrine.com/atf/cf/{3B17C6B3-18AB-4C42-BFF7-C6F9BCE8CAC6}/domespire.jpg



He was referring to State Capitol domes.


Yeah, they're allowed to "bump it up a notch" for God...
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 6:31:34 PM EDT


Beaumont to El Paso: 742 miles



Beaumont to El Paso is approx. 820 miles


Beaumont to Chicago: 770 miles




Beaumont to Chicago is approx 1031

Source: Microsoft Streets and Trips set to "shortest route"....

I hate to piss in your Cheerios but I knew that was wrong as soon as I saw it, so I looked it up...
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 6:33:50 PM EDT
The Fairmont Hotel in San Antonio is the heaviest building ever moved intact.

Not bad for a guy who lives in Connecticut, huh? Huh? Right!
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 6:34:41 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Swindle1984:

Originally Posted By DaddyDett:
In the early 1970's, Uncle Sam sent my family to Randolph AFB, about 20 miles from San Antonio in North Bexar County. You better say that "BEAR County" if you don't want to sound like a transplant.

Texas has a Veterans land grant program, and a tuition cap for veterans at State Universities and Colleges.

Bracken, Texas (near New Braunfels) is the only home to Vampire Bats in the United States.

It is a felony to carry wire cutters in Texas.

There are more Air Force bases in Texas than in any other state.

I have stood at the site of the Embassy of the Republic of Texas in London, England.

Football is not a sport in Texas, it is an obsession of near disease preportion.

Texas has a way of getting under your skin, once you live there a while, you never seem to forget it.
I will likely retire in Texas some day.

DaddyDett






The best Chinese restaurant in the world is about a rock's throw from Randolph AFB and fifteen minutes from my house.




Some of the best Mexican food I ever had was in Universal City, at that family owned place across from the old Kon-Tiki motel.
Ott's BBQ kicks butt!
DaddyDett
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 6:34:45 PM EDT
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 6:43:26 PM EDT

Originally Posted By quijanos:
World's first rodeo was in Pecos... July 4, 1883.



Perhaps the first event called a 'rodeo' happened then, but I doubt it was the first such competition. Kind of like saying that the first Hurricane on record was noted by Columbus.
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 6:43:36 PM EDT

Originally Posted By DaddyDett:

Originally Posted By Swindle1984:

Originally Posted By DaddyDett:
In the early 1970's, Uncle Sam sent my family to Randolph AFB, about 20 miles from San Antonio in North Bexar County. You better say that "BEAR County" if you don't want to sound like a transplant.

Texas has a Veterans land grant program, and a tuition cap for veterans at State Universities and Colleges.

Bracken, Texas (near New Braunfels) is the only home to Vampire Bats in the United States.

It is a felony to carry wire cutters in Texas.

There are more Air Force bases in Texas than in any other state.

I have stood at the site of the Embassy of the Republic of Texas in London, England.

Football is not a sport in Texas, it is an obsession of near disease preportion.

Texas has a way of getting under your skin, once you live there a while, you never seem to forget it.
I will likely retire in Texas some day.

DaddyDett






The best Chinese restaurant in the world is about a rock's throw from Randolph AFB and fifteen minutes from my house.




Some of the best Mexican food I ever had was in Universal City, at that family owned place across from the old Kon-Tiki motel.
Ott's BBQ kicks butt!
DaddyDett



Felix's?
Link Posted: 5/19/2005 6:46:46 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/19/2005 6:48:19 PM EDT by Searcherfortruth]

Originally Posted By EricTheHun:

Originally Posted By Searcherfortruth:

Originally Posted By Swindle1984:
Before any Alaskans go bragging that their state is bigger, let me say this: that's just until you thaw it out.


Alaska is wider than the contenental USA!


So's Rosie O'Donald's ass, but I wouldn't want to live there!

Alaska's great for its natural majesty, the great folks who live there, and Manatuska Thunderfu*k, but do you really wish to live in an icebox?

Read Jack London's collected works and get back with us!

Eric The(FreezingJustThinkingAboutAlaskaInSpring)H­un



It's been my dream since I was about 9, the 1st time I went. I have talked with many folks from the area I used to live in Wi who now live there & they say the winters are milder in Anchorage than the area I lived iN Wi!

Of course Texas has pussified me to the cold.

Ewwwww, 62 dagees out Brrrrrrrrrrr!
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