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J.B. TexasEx

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    J.B. TexasEx got a reaction from Sirhornsalot in Texas/Big 12 Hoops thread   
    Without fail, every time I watch Texas Hoops we blow a lead. Yesterday, it was 19 points - at home - to WVU. My apologies. I've just gotta tune 'em out until the NCAA Tourney. 🏀
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    J.B. TexasEx got a reaction from Bear19 in Rush Limbaugh died today at age 70   
    ...and half his brain tied behind his back just to make it fair
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    J.B. TexasEx reacted to Bear19 in Rush Limbaugh died today at age 70   
    “With talent on loan from God.”
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    J.B. TexasEx reacted to Sirhornsalot in Rush Limbaugh died today at age 70   
    Love him or hate him, he revolutionized talk radio. He took on presidents both Dem and GOP. He will be missed.
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    J.B. TexasEx reacted to dillohorn in Rush Limbaugh died today at age 70   
    Was a voice for millions who had no voice. R.I.P.
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    Here's another one! 0-2 for the vile, reprehensible scum-hag and the Dems

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    Here's another one! 0-2 for the vile, reprehensible scum-hag and the Dems

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    Here's another one! 0-2 for the vile, reprehensible scum-hag and the Dems

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    J.B. TexasEx reacted to echeese in Best Super Bowl Commercial you likely haven't see (because it never aired)   
    Watch this commercial just past the Doritos "Bold" logo at the end for this to really make sense.

    My buddy Dave Vabora created the Adaptive Training foundation after his NFL career He was Mr Irrelevant in 2008, drafted by the St Louis Rams. He would finish his career at Seattle. Incredible guy. Many of the people in the video are friends.
     
     
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    J.B. TexasEx reacted to echeese in 19 year old homeless kid signs college football LOI   
    https://www.texasfootball.com/article/2021/02/03/he-was-homeless-and-worked-from-3-7-am-to-make-ends-meet-now-he-s-signed-to-play-college-football?ref=home_feature_article
     
    Simply an awesome story.   Kid was living in a shelter in Ft Worth, working from 3am-7am before school to make ends meet.    Now he's getting a shot.
     
     
     
    Homeless.
    The sheer thought of the word makes you shudder and immediately count your blessings.
    For Fort Worth Arlington Heights’ Leslie Adindu, it is his reality.
    A family dispute culminating in his father’s move to New Orleans left Adindu without a place to live in Fort Worth.
    The 19-year-old found himself living in a shelter.
    It’s at this point where this story could go one of two ways: Adindu, down on his luck, could have simply thrown up his hands, torn up the cards he’d been dealt and faded into the background.
    Or, or, he could have authored one of the most inspirational stories you’ll ever hear.
    Guess which path Adindu chose?
    “He didn’t know how to put pads on”
    Arlington Heights defensive line coach Charles Perry won’t soon forget the first time he laid eyes on Adindu, who had moved to Texas from Nigeria with his father in the fall of 2019.
    It was during PE class when Perry noticed a well-put-together 6-foot-1, 190-pound kid he didn’t recognize. Perry approached him about playing football; Adindu was more interested in soccer.
    After some convincing, Adindu wound up playing junior varsity football as a junior on the defensive line.
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    Stanford did a study on this, interesting read.
    COVID-19’s mental toll on teens | Stanford News
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