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On 11/1/2019 at 2:30 PM, MAUFRAIS said:

And then after listeater was done blowing him he could tap her head and tell her “that’ll do, pig”

episode 4 thats a name ive not heard in a long time GIF by Star Wars

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Absolute horseshit...we all know Houston fan.  There is no way any of them were happy about a game 7 especially with the way it went down.  Would be the same in Dallas, or any other city.

 

Fucking aggy.

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"Here comes another World Class Respect"

I see those all over Austin for some reason

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The Nats only moved to DC in 2005...close enough I guess.

But what Washington fan talks like that? 

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12 hours ago, Valmy77 said:

The Nats only moved to DC in 2005...close enough I guess.

But what Washington fan talks like that? 

I'm all for there being no math, but 05-19 is 15 seasons brah

 

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3 hours ago, Dennis Taylor said:

I'm all for there being no math, but 05-19 is 15 seasons brah

 

Close enough I say!

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Here ya go aggy....our own visitor to Austin "real" feedback: (from The Daily Texan and the visit of Jimmy Fallon

A few months ago, Jimmy Fallon didn’t know what “hook ‘em” was. Now, he’s on campus and ready to party.

For the first time in the show’s history, “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” is filming on a college campus to an all-student audience. The show, airing on Thursday, will feature Matthew McConaughey, Chip and Joanna Gaines and Gucci Mane.

The Daily Texan sat down to talk with Fallon about why he chose UT and what he’s been up to upon arriving in Austin.

Daily Texan: So, why did you pick UT to be the first University to do a show at?

Jimmy Fallon: I saw you guys on an ESPN (College) GameDay or something and I was like, "What's the deal with UT? They look like a really fun school." And everyone was like "Oh man, Hook ‘em Horns." I was like, I really don't even really know what that is because I don't know about college sports, so I had to learn. But I was like, maybe let’s take the show on the road and go to a college, because our biggest fans are 18-year-olds and in college. We wanted to come and say thank you for watching and supporting our show. So then I said, "How about UT?" And the producers were like, that's the best, we should ask them and just float it out there, see if they like the idea. Immediately we heard back from the president, he was like "Dude, we'll roll out the red carpet." Honestly, we were so excited. We didn't even ask any other schools. This is our first and only choice. If this goes well, we'll take it to other schools, but there's nothing planned yet. 

DT: I saw you say on some promo videos that you're bringing the party to Austin. Has Austin returned that favor by bringing the party to you? 

JF: Yeah. Oh, my goodness. It is insane. This place has been a nonstop party. We've only been here a couple days, and I'm already losing my voice because we're screaming, yelling. I think the food is awesome. The music scene is great. But the people are just the nicest, most welcoming community. Everyone's like, "Yo, Jimmy go to this place. Jimmy you have to go blah blah like, here, you want a beer? You want that? Can I buy this?" And I was like, "No, I'll pay for stuff." I love to pay for stuff. Last night, I went to The White Horse and someone taught me how to two-step. It was really fun. It's opening my eyes to new things. 

DT: So, was The White Horse your favorite place last night?

JF: Yeah … well, I will say Hole in the Wall is an experience that not many people have, and they should just to check out the bathrooms alone. I took photos in there; I took selfies. On a break during shooting they were like, "You got to see the women's room." There's two toilets next to each other, no walls, no stalls. I'm like, "Wow, I've never seen anything like that in my lifetime." It was just a really great bar. You go to a place and you can feel if the place has good bones, and that place has good bones. You know there's a lot of good times happening in that place. I think if I was a college kid, I would love to go there. Even now, I would actually love to go there. I'm 45, I probably would stick out like a sore thumb. 

DT: What has your favorite UT experience been? 

JF: Getting to see the Tower and see how big this campus is. The school I went to was so small. I barely had a basketball court. You have a stadium that holds 100,000 people. That is insane. You're so lucky to have that. This is amazing to have this much opportunity. It's so beautiful here. Everyone's so nice, and everyone seems to be really proud of their school. I have my burnt orange T-shirts I've been wearing, and I got a football jersey from the president. So expect to get a loss this weekend when I play for the team. (The announcers will) be like a first man injured, comedian Jimmy Fallon, his head popped off. 

DT: Can you tell us what UT’s own personal celebrity Matthew McConaughey is going to be doing on the show? 

JF: He's a smart guy. I love him. He has been a great guest on our show before. He loves Texas and UT so much. I mean, honestly, he was one of the reasons too, we were watching College GameDay and he came on. He was singing “The Eyes of Texas” and Hook ‘em Horns and I was like, "Oh, this is fun." He's a good egg. I like that guy. So we'll have fun with him and just show how much he loves the school (and) loves Texas. It'll be a nice little kind of love letter. I'm going to go shoot a little piece with him just to show that he's a professor here. And I'm going to maybe take a test with him, and hopefully, all my answers will be alright, alright, alright.

 

 

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Just looked at aggy's schedule.  They're 6-3 and will probably end up 7-5 with a win vs SCar and losses vs GA and LSU.  None of their 7 wins will be against a team with a winning record (3 high school teams and 4 dogshit SEC teams: Ark, Ole Miss, Miss St and SCar).  And yet Bama and Aub are benefiting from beating the aggys with a winning record in their dishonest overrated feedback loop.  So tough.  aggy is the only P5 team with a winning record Bama's beaten.  Aub also has Oregon.  That's it.  That's the list.  Can't wait for the always impressive Nov FCS vs SEC weekend.  SEC is such a sham.

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Texas A&M Officials Announce They Will

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By Hullakazoo , In Local News , At November 7, 2019 Tags: Announcement, Hullakazoo, News, President Young, Texas A&M University
Texas A&M University officials announced they will in a press statement released Tuesday evening. According to the statement, they plan to carry out within the coming weeks, which aims to over the next five years.

This comes in response to which have on multiple occasions been. Last year, more than 2,000 students at least once during the fall semester. With this, the university hopes to and at the same time. “Our students have always,” said President Michael Young, “so it’s fitting that we embody while also as much as we can. It’s not enough to simply, we must if we are to ever. Big ideas. We are.” 

Students expressed. “This seems to, but I’m a bit whether or not it can,” sophomore Sarah Goffman said. “That said, I can’t wait to what it will. If it’s what, then it’ll be.”

Should Texas A&M choose, many may assuming they are. SEC academic rules indicate. But if they should, students will want. 

Some such students were more. “I’m third-generation Aggie,” freshman Jacob Vaught said. “Obedience, traditions. Values? If they think they’re gonna, then they’ve got a lot. Especially these days, our campus shouldn’t. My grandfather is racist.”

 

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On 11/5/2019 at 6:51 PM, Valmy77 said:

The Nats only moved to DC in 2005...close enough I guess.

But what Washington fan talks like that? 

I don't know what they talk like but who says "That's just the Texas style?"  What does that even mean?  The Texas style? 

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16 hours ago, Cairn Horn88 said:

Daily Texan: So, why did you pick UT to be the first University to do a show at?

a UT journalist asked this question?  that’s fucking embarrassing.

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It seems to be a perfectly valid question to me.  In addition, it provides a perfect opening for the interviewee to expound on the virtues of UT without us having to toot our own horn. 

Edited by NeverMarryAStripper

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13 minutes ago, Zharkov said:

Is that missing some nouns or something?  wtf is it talking about?  Or is it satire and I'm just clueless this afternoon?

I think you very important. It is not as if, but then sometimes it. So, that's what happens when.

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It seems to be a perfectly valid question to me.  In addition, it provides a perfect opening for the interviewee to expound on the virtues of UT without us having to toot our own horn. 

It is the grammar that is in question.


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I'm having my fun with the aggys on Wikipedia again. Last week, I edited the "History of Texas A&M University" Wiki page (https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=History_of_Texas_A%26M_University&oldid=925049232)

The objective of my editing was to introduce actual historical information in place of their fish camp fairy tales. And, of course, to see how long it took for aggys to again spew ignorance on the pages of Wiki. Having their fight for ignorance archived on a neutral site will make it easier for me to show the dedicatiosn aggy have to ensure others are just as ignorant about Texas history as aggys are. (My favorite was their statement "after oil was discovered on university lands... Nowhere did they bother to mention the oil was discovered on University of Texas lands, not A&M lands).

Well, the aggys are now crawling back, threatening to declare the information about the 1915 and 1919 proposed constitutional amendments to terminate A&M's status as a branch of UT to be "vandalism." The redneck insisting the truth not be told is claiming the state legislature separated the two institutions in 1875, therefore any mention of the votes on the proposed amendments has to be the work of a vandal defacing the page. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=History_of_Texas_A%26M_University&diff=925087612&oldid=925087485

The guy also insists on deleting the actual wording of the 1871 Act creating A&M that stated its "control, management, and supervision," and the "care and preservation of its property" was made subject to the February 11, 1858 act that established The University of Texas. (Can't have people knowing THAT little bit of A&M school history, can we?)  https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth6734/m1/929/

Again, I have to laugh at the "quality" of the aggy education. Texas A&M is the only university I know dedicated to the perpetuation of ignorance.

The people of Texas deserve better than Texas A&M.

 

State archive info on failed amendments to sever the two institutions:

https://lrl.texas.gov/legis/billsearch/amendmentDetails.cfm?amendmentID=65&legSession=34-0&billTypedetail=HJR&billNumberDetail=34

https://lrl.texas.gov/legis/billsearch/amendmentDetails.cfm?amendmentID=76&legSession=36-0&billTypedetail=HJR&billNumberDetail=29

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3 hours ago, Zharkov said:

Is that missing some nouns or something?  wtf is it talking about?  Or is it satire and I'm just clueless this afternoon?

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8 hours ago, Scholz said:

Just looked at aggy's schedule.  

Jeezus I just realized they have another off-week...I wonder if they were able to get out of town for their 2 week holiday or if they were stuck in collie station playing hide the sausage with Candi. 

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2 hours ago, NeverMarryAStripper said:

It seems to be outstanding grammar for that generation.  It actually used words and not text shorthand and emojis

it’s completely unacceptable for a fucking journalist. 

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On 11/6/2019 at 11:16 PM, OnAComputer said:

Friend of mine owns this. Just brought it to my attention

http://texasrejects.com
 

Epic.  Decided to spread the word.  My DMs are going to pretty crazy I'm guessing.

 

 

 

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"Immediately we heard back from the president, he was like "Dude, we'll roll out the red carpet."

I have my doubts Fenves started that sentence with "Dude ".

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On 11/4/2019 at 8:22 AM, Randolph Duke said:

aggy business major sums up the experience of being an aggy:

In all honesty, a senior aggy business major is claiming she received a phone call claiming her "social security number had been misused with some drug issues in El Paso."

She followed the caller's instructions as to how to handle her possible criminal indictment. With typical aggy brilliance, she supposedly transferred $10k from her bank account to bitcoin accounts and Target gift cards. (She had over $10 laying around in her bank account?)

Again, with typical aggy brilliance, she supposedly started yet another aggy GoFundMe account, asking for $10k.

https://www.kbtx.com/content/news/AM-student-warns-of-phone-scam-that-cost-her-thousands-564326681.html

I'm thinking this is a scam to get aggys to contribute to a fraudulent GoFundMe account, but with the caliber of students they are allowing into A&M these days, I have no doubt there are thousands of students on that campus who honestly believe the federal government tracks social security numbers used in connection with illicit drug deals on the Mexican border and, when a suspicious illicit border drug deal shows up (as opposed to all the legitimate drug deals done on the Mexican border), the feds use bitcoin and Target gift cards to make the charges go away.

Her GoFundMe can be accessed here:

https://www.gofundme.com/f/sam-lopez-tamu-senior-year-expenses?pc=fb_co_campmgmtbnr_w&rcid=r01-15723588924-6cbf17580b664127&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=p_lico%2Bbanner.

If one types "Texas A&M" into the search function on the site, almost 43,000 responses are returned.large.1160727176_aggygofundme.jpeg.0c554c97c144cd4372ca601adacb792f.jpeg

If she wanted to scam aggy with a GoFundMe page, she'd just claim she lost her aggy ring.

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I didn't see this posted. Nice Guy (TM) bemoans lack of interest from women when he has a degree, a great job in a slaughterhouse and gets 700 pounds of free beef
 each year! Internet roundly mocks him over the past week.

Guess what school he went to?

 

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I didn't see this posted. Nice Guy ™ bemoans lack of interest from women when he has a degree, a great job in a slaughterhouse and gets 700 pounds of free beef
 each year! Internet roundly mocks him over the past week.
Guess what school he went to?
 


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1 hour ago, campcrunk said:

I didn't see this posted. Nice Guy (TM) bemoans lack of interest from women when he has a degree, a great job in a slaughterhouse and gets 700 pounds of free beef
 each year! Internet roundly mocks him over the past week.

Guess what school he went to?

 

How dare them wimmens wants someone they connects with when them could be reminded of them’s place and pro-vided fer. Like wimmins s’posed to be. Whoop!

We need to start a GoFundMe campaign to get this redneck a “FarmersOnly.com” subscription. 

Or a goat. You know, turdition. Whoop!

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2 hours ago, campcrunk said:

I didn't see this posted. Nice Guy (TM) bemoans lack of interest from women when he has a degree, a great job in a slaughterhouse and gets 700 pounds of free beef
 each year! Internet roundly mocks him over the past week.

Guess what school he went to?

 

It's not weird he's an incel at all 

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2 hours ago, Randolph Duke said:

How dare them wimmens wants someone they connects with when them could be reminded of them’s place and pro-vided fer. Like wimmins s’posed to be. Whoop!

We need to start a GoFundMe campaign to get this redneck a “FarmersOnly.com” subscription. 

Or a goat. You know, turdition. Whoop!

He can afford his own subscription. He makes a good salary and his housing is paid for. 

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as long as he knows how to jam an inanimate carbon rod where it's needed-- and you know an Aggie does indeed know about jamming rods-- he can carry his weight
nope. his job is to feed the monkey.

being a aggy whippersnapper you probably never heard it.

companion joke...

aggy is sending a rocket fully of aggy astronauts to the sun.

but won't they burn up?

aggy astronaut, 'we are going at night. whoop'.

if you don't get it find a wino and ask him or her to explaint it to you.

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It's kind of a sad anniversary today. Eleven years ago today, four Aggies drowned in a tragic auto accident. The pickup truck they were riding in crashed through a wall into a retaining pond and they drowned before they could get the tailgate down.
sorry for your loss

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the thought occurred to me that A&M didn't really run away from us when they left the B12 for the SEC
they were running away from Tech
amazing. a thought eh?

whatever aggy. no yall weren't running away fro mean ol big brother Texas yall were running away from tech. yeah riiiiiiight. a PERFECT aggy thought. whoop aaaaaaa.

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Here ya go aggy....our own visitor to Austin "real" feedback: (from The Daily Texan and the visit of Jimmy Fallon

A few months ago, Jimmy Fallon didn’t know what “hook ‘em” was. Now, he’s on campus and ready to party.

For the first time in the show’s history, “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” is filming on a college campus to an all-student audience. The show, airing on Thursday, will feature Matthew McConaughey, Chip and Joanna Gaines and Gucci Mane.

The Daily Texan sat down to talk with Fallon about why he chose UT and what he’s been up to upon arriving in Austin.

Daily Texan: So, why did you pick UT to be the first University to do a show at?

Jimmy Fallon: I saw you guys on an ESPN (College) GameDay or something and I was like, "What's the deal with UT? They look like a really fun school." And everyone was like "Oh man, Hook ‘em Horns." I was like, I really don't even really know what that is because I don't know about college sports, so I had to learn. But I was like, maybe let’s take the show on the road and go to a college, because our biggest fans are 18-year-olds and in college. We wanted to come and say thank you for watching and supporting our show. So then I said, "How about UT?" And the producers were like, that's the best, we should ask them and just float it out there, see if they like the idea. Immediately we heard back from the president, he was like "Dude, we'll roll out the red carpet." Honestly, we were so excited. We didn't even ask any other schools. This is our first and only choice. If this goes well, we'll take it to other schools, but there's nothing planned yet. 

DT: I saw you say on some promo videos that you're bringing the party to Austin. Has Austin returned that favor by bringing the party to you? 

JF: Yeah. Oh, my goodness. It is insane. This place has been a nonstop party. We've only been here a couple days, and I'm already losing my voice because we're screaming, yelling. I think the food is awesome. The music scene is great. But the people are just the nicest, most welcoming community. Everyone's like, "Yo, Jimmy go to this place. Jimmy you have to go blah blah like, here, you want a beer? You want that? Can I buy this?" And I was like, "No, I'll pay for stuff." I love to pay for stuff. Last night, I went to The White Horse and someone taught me how to two-step. It was really fun. It's opening my eyes to new things. 

DT: So, was The White Horse your favorite place last night?

JF: Yeah … well, I will say Hole in the Wall is an experience that not many people have, and they should just to check out the bathrooms alone. I took photos in there; I took selfies. On a break during shooting they were like, "You got to see the women's room." There's two toilets next to each other, no walls, no stalls. I'm like, "Wow, I've never seen anything like that in my lifetime." It was just a really great bar. You go to a place and you can feel if the place has good bones, and that place has good bones. You know there's a lot of good times happening in that place. I think if I was a college kid, I would love to go there. Even now, I would actually love to go there. I'm 45, I probably would stick out like a sore thumb. 

DT: What has your favorite UT experience been? 

JF: Getting to see the Tower and see how big this campus is. The school I went to was so small. I barely had a basketball court. You have a stadium that holds 100,000 people. That is insane. You're so lucky to have that. This is amazing to have this much opportunity. It's so beautiful here. Everyone's so nice, and everyone seems to be really proud of their school. I have my burnt orange T-shirts I've been wearing, and I got a football jersey from the president. So expect to get a loss this weekend when I play for the team. (The announcers will) be like a first man injured, comedian Jimmy Fallon, his head popped off. 

DT: Can you tell us what UT’s own personal celebrity Matthew McConaughey is going to be doing on the show? 

JF: He's a smart guy. I love him. He has been a great guest on our show before. He loves Texas and UT so much. I mean, honestly, he was one of the reasons too, we were watching College GameDay and he came on. He was singing “The Eyes of Texas” and Hook ‘em Horns and I was like, "Oh, this is fun." He's a good egg. I like that guy. So we'll have fun with him and just show how much he loves the school (and) loves Texas. It'll be a nice little kind of love letter. I'm going to go shoot a little piece with him just to show that he's a professor here. And I'm going to maybe take a test with him, and hopefully, all my answers will be alright, alright, alright.

 

 

he had BAYLOR grad on?

fuck that sack of shit.

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sorry for your loss
were you driving?

 

you must be a brit aggy.

 

brits do that all the time around the greater orlando area. crash into the numerous lakes around here.

 

when we first got here in 98 some brits dissappeared after a night of datw at epcot. 5 years later after a drought they were found in a lake in celebration after the water level dropped and the top of their rental car appeared in the lake.

 

 

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John Stephen Jones, a starting quarterback in the great, mighty S!E!C!, where only "big boys" are allowed to play football and where every team is the greatestest in the nation, went 3/10, for 27 yards, and 1 pick yesterday. The kid stands about 5'8", and weighs about 180 with his uniform on. And is a starting "S!E!C! caliber" quarterback.

THAT is what aggys call "big boy football."

So far this year, the ags have beaten three S!E!C! "big boy" powerhouses with a combined record of 4-14 (none with a winning record). In addition, they have beaten Tx. State (3-6), Lamar (4-6), and UTSA (4-5).

So, in 9 games this season, the ags have only played two true road games, and haven't beaten a team with a winning record. Next week, they face a "conference rival" (with a losing record, of course) that could only manage 21 rushing yards all game in a loss yesterday to a Sun Belt team.

In their three games against teams with winning records, all of them were loses and at no point after the half-way point of the first quarter was the outcome of any game in doubt.

The ags are touting this season as a leap forward for their program under Jimbo Fisher, the most daunting schedule ever faced by a college football team, proof that "the sleeping giant" has awoken, and confirmation that their program has established a firm foundation for a run at a national championship in 2020.

And aggys can't understand why so many people mock them.

 

 

 

 

 

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