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Randolph Duke last won the day on September 12 2018

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  1. I’ve had a Range Rover for a couple of years. Haven’t had a Chevy for quite some time.
  2. What pickup are you talking about?
  3. Lol. Nope, I'm still around. Just taking it all in.
  4. You bastard! No, it's not my sock. (maybe)
  5. It's about time. Oh, and in case anyone talks with aggys, can someone explain to our dear aggys that the NLRB has made a ruling against the private colleges because they are private colleges and not state run institutions. The aggys were bleating about Dartmouth basketball athletes but they missed out on the part that they are are private athletes and therefore are subject to NLRB rulings. They are totally clueless that athletes that are subject to public universities are not subject to NLRB rulings.
  6. My point is that they aren't NCAA National Titles. Titles, yes. National Titles, nope. 1 W. Basketball 1 Men's Golf 1 Men's Indoor Track 8 Outdoor Track (4 Men, 4 Women) 2 Women's Softball From a school with 72,000 students.
  7. Where does A&M get their 17 NCAA National Titles from? I see the NCAA, as of January 10, 2024, shows A&M with 13 National Titles. Their 1939 football championship (which isn't an actual NCAA champion) takes the total up to 14. Where does A&M get to 17? http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/champs_records_book/Overall.pdf
  8. How do civilians salute the American flag? Can anyone start by explaining that first piece of action? "Corps scholarships carry no military obligation, and are awarded based on both merit and need." https://corps.tamu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/FINAL23Brochure.pdf Every single person in the "Aggy Corps of Cadets" is a civilian. Every single person. Their uniform is designed by a civilian for being worn by civilians, not by a military personal. And yes, I can by on for a loong time talking about that "Aggy Corps of Cadets." A loooong time.
  9. The issue was a PFO. It came out of nowhere on September 12, 2022. It has been a bitch. I’ll fill you in sometime. https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/17326-patent-foramen-ovale-pfo Thankfully, this wasn’t something that any aggy had any fucking thing to do with the issue. Hook ‘em!
  10. Ok. Walk me through this. I just don't get it. They dress up in one of the "uniforms" below to show what? Why are those uniforms necessary? I just don't understand what a college student, dressed up in one of the "uniforms" below, bears any "role" in the U.S. military.
  11. Nothing about that person's uniform has anything to do with service in the nation's military. Not a single thing. Every thing about the uniform was created and devised by their civilian staff. Let that sink in for a while. Outside of College Station, Texas, it means nothing. And within College Station, Texas it usually means about nothing.
  12. Over 100 years? Try over 129 years. And the "Liberty Bell" was to help sell U.S government debt in or about 1947. There were given to each state and several more were made available. The state of Texas was more about the Texas state independence.
  13. Oh, the story keeps on getting better... "A&M alums upset after McElroy’s departure; journalism program's status in flux" https://theeagle.com/news/a_m/texas-am-journalism-program-in-flux/article_d99baffa-2101-11ee-ada2-3fceb13994e9.html#tracking-source=home-top-story
  14. For 2023? Not for me. I’ll save mine for 2024.
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