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Old 10-05-2012, 08:15 PM   #11
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Old 10-05-2012, 09:13 PM   #13
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I am not a native Texan so I find this especially funny.
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Old 10-05-2012, 09:40 PM   #14
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When I lived at 10,000 feet in Colorado in a small mining town, it was an accepted thing that we were gonna joke about Texans. You know: "If God meant Texans to ski he'd have made bull**** white." That sort of deal. I've met a lot of Texans, and so far the proportion of jerks to good folks is about the same as normal people. True fact: Both my exes were from Texas.

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Old 10-05-2012, 10:28 PM   #15
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If you like Bud, you could just ask for some of Ska's Mexican Logger. It tastes better, too.
True. There are ignorant beer drinkers in every state. Brewers and distributors need to spend more time educating restaurants and bars about beer so they can combat booholes like this with knowledge.

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no. just, no.

please do not lump us all in with that single uninformed redneck.
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I am not a native Texan so I find this especially funny.
Other than the shirt and tattoo, I'm with him. I mean hell(pronounced hale), I'm proud enough to post 700+ times with it in my screen name.
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You are on notice durango! Change or die!

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Old 10-05-2012, 11:03 PM   #17
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You are on notice durango! Change or die!
Right, or Rick Perry might take a jog through Colorado and mistake everyone for coyotes.
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Right, or Rick Perry might take a jog through Colorado and mistake everyone for coyotes.


Back in the day, if Rick Perry had come to Victor, Colo., and asked how to get to Canon City, we'd have sent him down Phantom Canon Pass or more likely the Shelf Road, especially if he had a big camper or RV. The Shelf Road is about 30 miles of one-lane road with steep stretches, nail-biter cliffs, switchbacks and very few pulloffs. And for those unfamiliar with mountain roads, if it comes to impasse, the driver going uphill has the right of way, and the downhill driver has to back up to the first pullover, which could be miles back up hill. Those roads were where we sent the rudest of the RV/camper Texans who asked for the best route. Course, we'd send a 12 of Coors with them, too. The Perry for President Mobile would have been utterly stranded there.

Cruel? Nah, Texans are supposed to be able to take that ****, particularly the rude ones.
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When I lived at 10,000 feet in Colorado in a small mining town, it was an accepted thing that we were gonna joke about Texans. You know: "If God meant Texans to ski he'd have made bull**** white." That sort of deal. I've met a lot of Texans, and so far the proportion of jerks to good folks is about the same as normal people. True fact: Both my exes were from Texas.
Hilarious but true. There are Dingleberries everywhere. Texans are just slightly easier to make fun of.

The guy who is obsessed with bud is just kind of sad. He makes it sound like the crowning achievement for any city is the availability of budweiser and how well he can get his a$$ kissed combined with it's proximity to Texas. There is more to beer than Budweiser and there's other places in the world besides Texas. Atleast try a Coor's.
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Hilarious but true. There are Dingleberries everywhere. Texans are just slightly easier to make fun of.

The guy who is obsessed with bud is just kind of sad. He makes it sound like the crowning achievement for any city is the availability of budweiser and how well he can get his a$$ kissed combined with it's proximity to Texas. There is more to beer than Budweiser and there's other places in the world besides Texas. Atleast try a Coor's.
You had me until the Coors comment. Ugh! In the only bar in town, you could separate the locals from the tourists by who had PBRs in front of them or who had Coors.
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