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Category Archives: Texas
And yes, this post and the one right below came straight from Sports Illustrated’s Extra Mustard.
KENS5.com article w/video
Meanwhile, all fans of KTCK 1310 The TICKET can’t wait to hear the Fake Big Texas on Monday, or perhaps his spirit. Maybe they should build a new one each year and torch it, like a bon fire.
A student locator project at a San Antonio high school could be extended to as many as 112 schools. The “Student Locator Project” tracks students whereabouts using embedded radio-frequency chips on student ID badges. The chips transmit a constant signal … Continue reading
Our Rangers lead the league with Lain music. I wonder how they categorized the Christian music that a few of our players select. Details @ Buzzfeed Edit: Here’s how they broke it down regarding the Rangers:
Salt Lake City comes in at #1 on the list, but has an asterisk next to it since it’s including Mormons. I know most of the people in my evangelical past, heck, I know a lot of people today that states Mormons … Continue reading
The small Hardin County community of Kountze is rallying behind the high school’s cheerleaders after the squad members were told they could not use scripture verses on their signs at the football games. Amanda Coplen, mother of cheerleader Morgan Coplen, said the … Continue reading
Somewhere in West Texas is a 7-inch radioactive cylinder that Halliburton would like to find. Anyone who comes across it is advised to keep their distance. The oil field services company lost track of the device, which is used to … Continue reading
U.S. News & World Report on Wednesday issued its annual rankings of the country’s colleges and universities. For those who followed last year’s list, this year’s results may seem like a bit of déjà vu. Once again, the only Texas … Continue reading
Texas A&M Picked Up Two National Championships, Two Conference Titles Over The Summer
It seems as if Carthage won’t settle for being known merely as the setting of Richard Linklater’s recent film, Bernie. Not to be outdone by Allen high school’s $59.6 million, 18,000-seat high school football stadium, the town’s Bulldog Stadium is … Continue reading
This is an eight-minute ESPN film about fans and death, how some fans are buried in their favorite team’s clothing and caskets and so forth. But I thought the, well, let me be delicate here, the ‘most interesting’ part of … Continue reading
I check out the Dallas Morning News’ Texas Faith section from time to time. Basically, a writer will send a question to representatives of different faiths and denominations and posts their responses. The latest question I thought made a good point, that … Continue reading
How to survive an attach from a mass office shooting.
WHATALOVE Don’t worry, Andy, I still think you had the best groom’s cake of all time.