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About txscallywag

  • Birthday 09/06/1983


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    Austin, TX

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  1. There are a lot of very inspiring stories on this thread. Bravo Zulu. Remember, it's not only what you eat, but also when you eat. And snacking is not a horrible thing as long as it's the right sustenance.
  2. Awesome video. How can anyone not like this guy? It's been said a million times, but everyone has to start somewhere. It's a damn shame his HC career has started so late, but maybe it was meant to be. Louisville jumped started his career; now maybe Texas can get the ball rolling.
  3. Apparently Sumlin needs more gadgets according to him. Whatever floats his boat as far as I'm concerned. I don't like his style, but if it works it works. The problem is that kids today like the "flash" and the "swag", just like with the whole uniform talk. "I guess based on today we better get some more gadgets at our place then," "I'm not going to get caught up in that. It's working for us. We're not going to change. And if anything, maybe we just need to step it up a notch in that area." http://msn.foxsports.com/southwest/story/sumlin-responds-to-strong-i-guess-we-better-get-more-gadgets-020714
  4. Curious; are teams allowed to wheel and deal with the draftees right now? It's probably of no significance, but I heard somewhere that Bridgewater hired an agent out of Houston. Same agent Andre Johnson uses. Maybe a coincidence, maybe it's not that uncommon. Don't know.
  5. Great read. I typically try not to ponder about what could have been, but I can't help but wonder if UT and Mack Brown would still be in this current situation had he not decommitted. Assuming of course he stayed out of trouble in Austin and is successful on the field. I wonder if Mack would have continued recruiting "dual-threat" quarterbacks instead of Gilbert or Ash? I know there's no point in dwelling, but hey.....a man can dream can't he? It is what it is, I just hope he finds whatever else he's looking for in life.
  6. Correct me if I'm wrong, but it seems as though you believe that no other individual on this board can fathom the effects that a firearm has both mentally and physically on the human body. Unfortunately you are incorrect. I don't want to hijack this thread anymore than I already have so I'll leave it at that.
  7. You are definitely not wrong IMO, but can we PLEASE play a season or two first?
  8. Hey Doc, no offense but did you ever stop to think that maybe some folks on here have been in those shoes?
  9. Others have already mentioned it, but go and find yourself a reputable dealer when you get back to Austin, preferably one with a range. Only then will you truly be able to determine what's best for you. Don't let anyone bully you into buying a gun that your not comfortable with. Other than the quality of the gun, the comfort level you have while holding the gun is important. You need to be able to hold the gun correctly while feeling comfortable with the safety switch, trigger pull and recoil. I would suggest a .380 or 9mm. With the right ammo, either one will provide you with what you need. Just my 2 cents. Hope all the info provided on this forum helps. FYI; remember to squeeze the trigger not pull. Pulling results in the barrel being pulled up and you ultimately being off target. Never get complacent, but don't be scared.
  10. Interesting to say the least. I would have to hear from more UT commits saying the same thing before putting too much stock into it. To be honest, I would be somewhat heartbroken. I respect the man for many reasons, but if something like this ended up being true, all that respect would be gone. No future statue, no more of that weird Mack and Sally Brown day in Austin, and no more defending the guy whatsoever.
  11. I'm sorry to hear that Hornrush. I will definitely fulfill the favor.

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