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InkaUtexas last won the day on July 31 2023

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  1. So for those who did not want to watch, how was the special on Lifetime tonight?
  2. Buddy is using it, or I would have. Of course, I am leaving town for a few days and just finished planting a bunch of cuttings so cue the hail in the 666.
  3. Predictions? Think the Pacers pull it off for honors sake.
  4. But I thought Asians fled from Orange County.
  5. Yeah, wish McCoys would pick up and support. They have made a pretty penny selling to DOD. I knew their community engagement lead, but he is no longer there. But my gut feeling is someone wants that land. Land all around it is for sale.
  6. Bro, have you not seen their Army's gymnastics capabilities? Man, they all watched Bruce Lee movies more than once.
  7. Just learned of this. Sad, but is happening to a lot of VFW posts around the nation. A lot more in the Spoiler section and it is not just the storm. BTW, that land has become very lucrative. Makes me wonder why the pressure now. SAN MARCOS, Texas (KXAN) — Next year will mark 90 years since the establishment of the Veterans of Foreign Wars post in San Marcos, but there are real concerns among those who keep it running that it may not make it to that milestone. “Without this space for veterans in San Marcos, there’s not many other spaces that we can call our own, honestly,” said Stephanie Brown, the post commander at the Maurice T. Suttles VFW Post 3413. On the evening of May 9, a strong storm blew through the community, bringing with it large hail and damaging winds. Brown’s husband Aaron, the post quartermaster, happened to be inside the post at the time. A theater group was using the large community space for rehearsal and he ushered them to hunker down in an interior hallway. https://www.kxan.com/news/local/san-marcos/after-nearly-90-years-san-marcos-vfw-post-at-risk-of-closing/
  8. Have buried a few friends. My dad sent this to me. An article on the 3rd ID and a bit of history about Arlington. The following is adapted from a speech delivered on April 9, 2019, at Hillsdale College’s Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship in Washington, D.C. Every headstone at Arlington tells a story. These are tales of heroes, I thought, as I placed the toe of my combat boot against the white marble. I pulled a miniature American flag out of my assault pack and pushed it three inches into the ground at my heel. I stepped aside to inspect it, making sure it met the standard that we had briefed to our troops: “vertical and perpendicular to the headstone.” Satisfied, I moved to the next headstone to keep up with my soldiers. Having started this row, I had to complete it. One soldier per row was the rule; otherwise, different boot sizes might disrupt the perfect symmetry of the headstones and flags. I planted flag after flag, as did the soldiers on the rows around me. https://imprimis.hillsdale.edu/sacred-duty-soldiers-tour-arlington-national-cemetery/
  9. Not that many Chechens up in that part of the country.
  10. Damn that was getting nerve wracking. Aggy just ran out of strikes. Hook em!
  11. I guess she should have used that other ball..... Fuck.....
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