I sent the A&M bookstore, Loupot’s, an email inquiring about the picture that has been going around. Here’s the response I got.
From: Suanne Pledger [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
our windows will not support the weight of plywood screwed into their frames–neither is there sufficient masonry wall surrounding them for an attachment—-therefore our contractor a “good Ag”
suggested saving the store from a major cleanup and letting the glass go—-it wasn’t a difficult decision to make !! thanks for your interest—Suanne
GOSH I LOVE THE TICKET
If the store owner wanted to save the store then where is the board on the door window? Hmmmmm….
So, can aggies not erect buildings strong enough to hold plywood?
For Gods sake, Aggies can’t even build a proper bonfire, how do you thik they are going to save a building from a huurricane!
I friend of mine from Bryan, Texas said a guy named Lance Davis used to go to school at A&M. He was a drummer in the marching band. But what made him really popular was how he would bring you through a hole in the bathroom stall at Freebirds…Whatagaylord!!
I also hear that Lance had a cousin named Matt Davis. Apparently Matt had this thing for young boys. I’m talkin way young, like Rodney Allen Rippy doing Burger King commercials young. Anyway, Matt was found out one day when he took some scouts on a camping trip to Somerville. Late at night, Matt was in the middle of bringinâ€™ two of them boys when all the sudden he was attacked by a big old bear. That bear done put some wuppass on Matt, then brought him, then ate him. Now Mattâ€™s in a barca-lounger wearing a devilâ€™s haircut and bringing Old Scratch.
what kind of idiot would post a comment like that about bonfire. what goes around comes around, you freak!
How can you make a joke like that about the bonfire collapsing? People were killed during that accident. I don’t see what is so funny about that. Suppose you had known of those people. Woudln’t be such a big joke then would it?
-proudest member of the fightin tx aggie class of 2006
42 down, 42,000 more to go!
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