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That must have been a humdinger!
Let's not give up on him just yet!
Watching the girls sunbathe on the quad dorms from ag hill with the transits used for Drainage and Terracing class Spring quarter 1964!
Bought a new 68 off the showroom floor on Sept 26, 1967. White with black vinyl top and red interior. Loved that car and my long-haired blonde...
Lived in Yazoo City for 10 years '96 to'05. Don't know Joe, sorry. Moved to SARASOTA in 2007 when I retired. Really love it here!
Grew up in Mississippi Delta a Ms State fan cause my dad went there. At lunch one Sunday, our Babtist minister's two children told me how great it...
What these democrats don't realize and probably would not believe is that most of the "discrimination laws" were passed and enforced by Democrats!...
If you drink 6 to 8 beers a day, you significantly lower your risk of giving a damn !
Basis of Nazi propaganda prior to WWII.
Tell a lie!
Make it big enough!
Repeat it often enough!
AND the majority will believe it!
These "happenings" appear to be the "reason" that will lead to the president declaring martial law and extending his reign indefinitely.
Recruiting QB's and running backs is futile without two levels of first class offensive linemen!
We in the U.S. have no right to feel superior to any other group when you consider the two candidates for president from the voters in the...
23 the first time which lasted 22 years until her death. 46 the second time which has lasted 28 years so far and shows no sign of fading, thank...
There have been occasions when LSU fans have been dangerous to visitors. I would never go to "red stick ass" !
I have mine cut whenever I want to and she is worth every penny!
Toughest game I ever saw was the AU-UGA in 1960. AU 9 UGA 6. There were some evermore licks passed in that game! Pat Dye's senior year.
Every red-blooded Auburn guy ought to have one. I left Auburn in a Roman Red '62 with both tops and a 300 hp 327. Loved that car!
Most people consider a degree from bammer as an equivalent to being branded with an "A" on their forehead in the 1800's.
I graduated from a small high school on Mississippi in 1960. After scoring in the top 1% in the National Merit Exam, I received offers from over...