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(Talking Points Memo)   While Texas usually makes it easy to write the entire state off as dark-red backwater; it's worth noting that the mayor of Houston just married her long time, same-sex, partner. Of course, she had to go to CA to do it, ..but still   ( talkingpointsmemo.com) divider line
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2014-01-17 03:03:34 PM  

Di Atribe: Shall we do a little math, my dear Farkers?

Texas population: About 26.5 million

Top 10 largest cities: 8.2 million

Top 10 largest cities + metro areas: 18.6 million

Top 10 largest cities by corresponding county's 2012 Presidential results:

Houston = Harris County = Obama by 0.1%
San Antonio = Bexar County = Obama by 4.6%
Dallas = Dallas County = Obama by 15.4%
Austin = Travis County = Obama by 24%
Ft Worth = Tarrant County = Romney by 15.7%
El Paso = El Paso County = Obama by 32.6%
Arlington [See Ft Worth]
Corpus Christi = Nueces County = Romney by 3.2%
Plano = Collin County = Romney by 31.6%
Laredo = Webb County = Obama by 54%

I don't expect a lot of people to change their minds over this. I just wanted you to look & see that all 26 million of us aren't exactly the same. You can't keep making the same old stupid, tired, low-hanging-fruit jokes about how stupid & evil we are and then turn around and criticize conservatives for their lack of critical thinking.


Thanks.  I live in Dallas myself.  I remember a few years back when the Democrats swept every judicial as well as the DA.

But what we are seeing in Texas is indicative of the nation as a whole: people moving into areas with like minded voters.  You end up having enclaves of Democrats or Republicans, with very little "mixing" of the parties.  Compare Dallas county with Collin County, literally one county north, with the affluent suburbs of Plano, Allen, Frisco:

Dallas = Dallas County = Obama by 15.4%
Plano/Allen/Frisco = Collin county = Romney by 31%

Now granted Dallas is larger by about 2.5x, but the point about people selecting their "enclave" still stands.
 
2014-01-17 03:03:36 PM  
btw
re: ice cream

braums is awesome, and if you're planning on going out for ice cream, skip coldstone/marble slab, save a LOT of money, and go out for braums!

if you're going to be taking home tubs of ice cream, either braums or blue bell. both are far cheaper than ben & jerrys or haaggaann ddaazz (never knew how to spell that overpriced faux-scandinavian named ice cream), and come in a lot of different yummy flavors
 
2014-01-17 03:03:42 PM  
Live in the Metroplex. Vote conservative. Could not care less about someone's sexual orientation. Congrats to the newly wedded.

Whataburger>Culvers>Braums>In and Out.
 
2014-01-17 03:03:43 PM  

olapbill: Houston? We have a problem...


The accurate quote is "Houston, we've had a problem."
 
2014-01-17 03:07:01 PM  

HoustonNick: From all of us down in here in Texas, let me just say to Subby, why don't you come on down and visit.  We'd love the opportunity to kick your a&&.


I've been to Houston, plenty of times. It sucks.

Guys like you are pretty much the worst thing about the place, too.
 
2014-01-17 03:07:45 PM  

browntimmy: Seriously, your state seal should just be a picture of an obese Jesus playing football.


Real live out loud laughter. Well-played.

Somebody please make this happen. And maybe instead of arrows & olive branches, you can make it tacos & brisket.

Oooh brisket tacos.
 
2014-01-17 03:08:32 PM  
Three-Headed Dog:

Whataburger>Culvers>Braums>In and Out.

Haven't had Culvers. But agree on the Whataburger

/Grilled onions and grilled jalapenos is the only way to go....
 
2014-01-17 03:09:16 PM  

Three-Headed Dog: Live in the Metroplex. Vote conservative. Could not care less about someone's sexual orientation. Congrats to the newly wedded.

Whataburger>Culvers>Braums>In and Out.


i've only ever seen 1 culvers sign on a building, and that one was in hurst and already closed down by the time we moved to the area, so i've never tried culvers. i was excited to see it, and really wanted to try it, having heard (and seen on food network, etc) about how good they are. but nope, closed!

my wife (girlfriend at the time) and her daughter thought i was nuts for being excited that we were moving to a place where we were just about 5 miles from a braums...then they tried it and understood.

we had whataburger in texarkana, so nothing new there.

in-n-out i like if i want a cheesburger, fries, and shake, happen to be in the vicinity of one, and don't want to spend more than $7, but they have almost no variety, so it's not a place i can take my very picky family.
 
2014-01-17 03:09:51 PM  

Gaddiel: Austin is great as long as you don't have to drive between the hours of 5am and 7 pm. Houston was fun for the short time I was there. The rest we can give back to Mexico.


If you live anywhere near downtown it is do-able by bike, but you are totally screwed if you have to travel North or South of the city.
 
2014-01-17 03:10:05 PM  

Jeep2011: I lived in Houston for one year and Fort Worth for 3.  Saw more stickers for Obama than I did Romney on their cars.   Maybe Liberals feel the need to be more vocal.


Did anyone really put a Romney sticker on their car? I thought even Republicans hated that goofball.
 
2014-01-17 03:11:52 PM  

uncleacid: Why is the black guy in the picture doing the facepalm?


He just realized he is black, and in Texas.
 
2014-01-17 03:13:58 PM  

Gaddiel: Austin is great as long as you don't have to drive between the hours of 5am and 7 pm. Houston was fun for the short time I was there. The rest we can give back to Mexico.


No, San Antonio is actually better than Austin. I like Austin a LOT, but the problem with college towns is that they're full of college kids being privileged snots. San Antonio is more Tejano and therefore better.
 
2014-01-17 03:15:44 PM  

RyansPrivates: Three-Headed Dog:

Whataburger>Culvers>Braums>In and Out.

Haven't had Culvers. But agree on the Whataburger

/Grilled onions and grilled jalapenos is the only way to go....


With some cheese, please. That is some good shiat.
 
2014-01-17 03:16:48 PM  
Mrtraveler01:
I never had Blue Bell though. For some reason they don't carry it up here in Missouri even though I see the ads for it on national tv. I've always wanted to try it to see if I can really tell a difference.

What part of Missouri are you in? I'm down near Springfield and see Blue Bell in Murfin's and Walmart. Have yet to look for it at Price Cutter or Hyvee, I should though.
 
2014-01-17 03:16:50 PM  

bungle_jr: Mrtraveler01: Maud Dib: bungle_jr: Penoatle: I am okay with this.

I am to the right but honestly could care less what people do.

I also love Texas, the politics are cool, guns are cool (when not used to blow out your fellow mans tender vittles), whataburger is cool. Texas is win-win.

someone always brings up whataburger in a tx discussion. i've heard kids at the airport say "we're in tx, let's eat at w-a-b!"

don't get me wrong, w-a-b is great, especially specialties like the chophouse cheddar burger [homersimpsondrool.jpg], but come on, we also have BRAUMS here!

Just went to the new In-and-Out burger here in Austin.

They have one in Austin now too?

I remember back when they said they never wanted to expand beyond California, Nevada, and Arizona because they wanted their ingredients to stay fresh so it had to be within a certain distance of their patty making and distribution facility in Southern California. Then the original owners died and their granddaughter took it over and now they're expanding to places like Utah and Texas (where they had to build another facility).

Good times.

so the original owners never thought "hey, we can expand...if only there was a way to keep fresh ingredients in a foreign-like area"?

how hard would it have been to set up local production in tx 20 years ago? i mean, tx is known for cattle, for fark sake, and bread? well, that is simple...ever hear of mrs bairds? i hear the ads that the in-n-outs here in dfw are supplied by beef and bread producers here in tx, and think they should've done that long ago


It was probably a combination of cost and maybe the original owners thought it was too risky of a move to make in terms of maintaining the same quality that existed in CA.

Glad to see their expansion into Texas is working out for them though.
 
2014-01-17 03:17:11 PM  
Another thing I like about Texas are the interchanges. I hate cloverleafs and love being bounced 200ft in the air switching from interstate to interstate.

I completed company training in Lancaster and though I am based out of CA, I always wind up in TX.

I should go burger hopping when I get back into TX. Yes, I do sound quite fat.
 
2014-01-17 03:17:19 PM  
Houston is a foul smelling sweatbox of a town. Liberals can move there and screw it up like Detroit and no one will care.
 
2014-01-17 03:18:59 PM  

mbillips: Gaddiel: Austin is great as long as you don't have to drive between the hours of 5am and 7 pm. Houston was fun for the short time I was there. The rest we can give back to Mexico.

No, San Antonio is actually better than Austin. I like Austin a LOT, but the problem with college towns is that they're full of college kids being privileged snots. San Antonio is more Tejano and therefore better.


As long as you ignore the bodies floating in the Riverwalk, it has some charm.
 
2014-01-17 03:19:02 PM  

bungle_jr: Three-Headed Dog: Live in the Metroplex. Vote conservative. Could not care less about someone's sexual orientation. Congrats to the newly wedded.

Whataburger>Culvers>Braums>In and Out.

i've only ever seen 1 culvers sign on a building, and that one was in hurst and already closed down by the time we moved to the area, so i've never tried culvers. i was excited to see it, and really wanted to try it, having heard (and seen on food network, etc) about how good they are. but nope, closed!

my wife (girlfriend at the time) and her daughter thought i was nuts for being excited that we were moving to a place where we were just about 5 miles from a braums...then they tried it and understood.

we had whataburger in texarkana, so nothing new there.

in-n-out i like if i want a cheesburger, fries, and shake, happen to be in the vicinity of one, and don't want to spend more than $7, but they have almost no variety, so it's not a place i can take my very picky family.


That is too bad about the Culvers. Good custard and I love the crinkle-cut fries but their bacon butter burger with cheese is awesome.

A burger with bacon. And butter.
/Those dirty b@stards.
 
2014-01-17 03:20:10 PM  

mbillips: Jeep2011: I lived in Houston for one year and Fort Worth for 3.  Saw more stickers for Obama than I did Romney on their cars.   Maybe Liberals feel the need to be more vocal.

Did anyone really put a Romney sticker on their car? I thought even Republicans hated that goofball.


i work part time at the dfw airport. i've seen plenty of romney stickers on vehicles there. nowhere near as many romney stickers as "13.1" "26.2" and various other "look at me, i run insane distances" stickers, though.
 
2014-01-17 03:21:16 PM  
Now I'd never turn down Braums, and I really miss Blue Bell, but the matter of the Best Ice Cream in Texas was settled 30 years ago.

littleaustinite.com
 
2014-01-17 03:23:04 PM  

Penoatle: Another thing I like about Texas are the interchanges. I hate cloverleafs and love being bounced 200ft in the air switching from interstate to interstate.

I completed company training in Lancaster and though I am based out of CA, I always wind up in TX.

I should go burger hopping when I get back into TX. Yes, I do sound quite fat.


if you're in the midcities (the area between dallas & ft worth), you should go to watauga, a town a few miles west of dfw airport, to the intersection of 377 and midcities blvd (actually midcities is watauga blvd at that spot) to a restaurant called OC BURGER!
 
2014-01-17 03:24:21 PM  

TheBigJerk: That is still a slim majority that voted for Mitt "Walking Stereotype" Romney.


Oh I'm fully aware. Romney won the state with 57.2% of the vote. My main point is that it's not quite as "deep red" as some would assume.


All2morrowsparTs: Welcome to PBS for this weeks episode of Jane Di Atribe's Pride and Defensiveness.

Brought to you by the generous contributions of What-A-Burger, Braum's, Bluebell Ice Cream, and Farkers like you.

THANK YOU!

//That is not math that is statistics.


Well, some of it was math. Math is part of statistics. I guess since I didn't use the correct word in my opening sentence, the rest of the facts don't matter! And calling me defensive is sure to discredit everything I've said. I mean, who cares about facts anyway! It's so much easier to stereotype & not bother! Right? Anyway. I'm glad you've brought facts to this thread instead of just being an asshole to those who do. THANK YOU!


RyansPrivates: Now granted Dallas is larger by about 2.5x, but the point about people selecting their "enclave" still stands.


Absolutely. Collin County is always the darkest red of the DFW counties. Their stats read like a West Texas county with 5000 people in it. I suppose we can't really expect anything else from the place that houses Prestonwood Baptist Stadium.

Also, I would like to express my complete delight that this thread has turned into a debate about hamburgers & ice cream. Whataburger &  Blue Bell 4LYFE
 
2014-01-17 03:24:58 PM  

Ennuipoet: I like how the posters in the Boobies censors their (barely) profanities, but keeps the threats of violence.  Because, well we wouldn't want anyone to hear a bad word while be viciously assaulted!

/That's Amurca


Rude words and sex bad, violence good. It's the American way.
 
2014-01-17 03:28:11 PM  

Three-Headed Dog: Live in the Metroplex. Vote conservative. Could not care less about someone's sexual orientation. Congrats to the newly wedded.

Whataburger>Culvers>Braums>In and Out.


Texas Burger kicks all their asses.
 
2014-01-17 03:28:32 PM  
If you're tired of Texas shiatting on America, drop $10 on Wendy Davis trying to keep Perry's getaway driver from being the next governor.

(The abortion filibuster was her /second/. Her first? Trying to stop a five-billion-plus cut to Texas' education budget.)
 
2014-01-17 03:31:02 PM  

gfid: Three-Headed Dog: Live in the Metroplex. Vote conservative. Could not care less about someone's sexual orientation. Congrats to the newly wedded.

Whataburger>Culvers>Braums>In and Out.

Texas Burger kicks all their asses.


i've never heard of tx burger. whar is tx burger? WHAR?!?

dinner is in about an hour...i have a strong craving for a burger
 
2014-01-17 03:34:46 PM  

gfid: Three-Headed Dog: Live in the Metroplex. Vote conservative. Could not care less about someone's sexual orientation. Congrats to the newly wedded.

Whataburger>Culvers>Braums>In and Out.

Texas Burger kicks all their asses.


Local joint?
 
2014-01-17 03:35:20 PM  

lilplatinum: whither_apophis: A former coworker was from Houston, would always go on about how it can just annex any city next to it. Never really paid attention but if true I could see how swallowing up the 'burbs could lead to atypical election results.

They annexed the suburb I grew up in (kingwood) back in 1996 much to our chagrin.  We sued the shiat out of them and got enough people elected to change the annexaiton laws in 1999 so Houston can't keep gobbling up everything around it to extend it's disgusting urban sprawl ever wider as unrestricted as it used to.


Endless annexed sprawl + no zoning laws = Houston is pretty farking ugly except for some very few nice parts....which got redeveloped into McMansions and highrises and are now ugly too.

RIP Rice Village and Sunset. And Bellaire/Meyerland used to have interesting diverse midcentury modern ranch houses. Even Memorial has been turned into McMansionland. Although those McMansions are HUGE because of their giant land plots.
 
2014-01-17 03:35:57 PM  

bungle_jr: gfid: Three-Headed Dog: Live in the Metroplex. Vote conservative. Could not care less about someone's sexual orientation. Congrats to the newly wedded.

Whataburger>Culvers>Braums>In and Out.

Texas Burger kicks all their asses.

i've never heard of tx burger. whar is tx burger? WHAR?!?

dinner is in about an hour...i have a strong craving for a burger


For people in Dallas/Ft. Worth area, I recommend Keller's Drive-in. Place has been around for at least 40 years. Extremely cheap (last time I was there about 6 years ago, a double meat burger fully-loaded was like $2-$2.50) and delicious. Only reason I haven't been back is because I haven't been able to make it to Dallas in a while.
 
2014-01-17 03:37:55 PM  
Spotted in Lewisville....

i27.photobucket.com
 
2014-01-17 03:39:17 PM  

Ishidan: Why, it's almost like the more social contact you have with people of color and diverse points of view, the more liberal you become!


FTFY.
 
2014-01-17 03:41:03 PM  

bungle_jr: gfid: Three-Headed Dog: Live in the Metroplex. Vote conservative. Could not care less about someone's sexual orientation. Congrats to the newly wedded.

Whataburger>Culvers>Braums>In and Out.

Texas Burger kicks all their asses.

i've never heard of tx burger. whar is tx burger? WHAR?!?

dinner is in about an hour...i have a strong craving for a burger


Hop Doddy here in Austin is supposed to be good, but I like my burger joints hipster-free.
 
2014-01-17 03:41:28 PM  

scottydoesntknow: bungle_jr: gfid: Three-Headed Dog: Live in the Metroplex. Vote conservative. Could not care less about someone's sexual orientation. Congrats to the newly wedded.

Whataburger>Culvers>Braums>In and Out.

Texas Burger kicks all their asses.

i've never heard of tx burger. whar is tx burger? WHAR?!?

dinner is in about an hour...i have a strong craving for a burger

For people in Dallas/Ft. Worth area, I recommend Keller's Drive-in. Place has been around for at least 40 years. Extremely cheap (last time I was there about 6 years ago, a double meat burger fully-loaded was like $2-$2.50) and delicious. Only reason I haven't been back is because I haven't been able to make it to Dallas in a while.


Thanks but I will be damned if I am going to drive to Dallas in Friday afternoon traffic for a burger. Fortunately for those of us on the friendly side of the Metroplex (and our cardiologists) we have a plethora of quality burger establishments. Fred's, Chubby's, Jake's....moving a bit south Nicky D's in Crowley. Grumps in Burleson. To the NE is the venerable Clown Burger in Halton City.
 
2014-01-17 03:44:00 PM  

dragonchild: Earpj: This town, anyway, has really nice people. The politics drive me batty, but it's ok otherwise.

POLITE people.  Texans are POLITE.  For that matter, every Texan I've ever met was polite.  But man, that state is a whole 'nother place when the masks come off.  People who vote to screw over everyone except themselves are NOT nice.

People are defined by their politics.  That is how they treat others they don't know and can't relate to from the privacy of a voting booth, which is as pure a litmust test for kindness as any.


I lived in Houston for three years. Always thought the politeness was skin deep and only because nobody knew who was armed. Politeness =/= friendliness.
 
2014-01-17 03:45:01 PM  

Three-Headed Dog: scottydoesntknow: bungle_jr: gfid: Three-Headed Dog: Live in the Metroplex. Vote conservative. Could not care less about someone's sexual orientation. Congrats to the newly wedded.

Whataburger>Culvers>Braums>In and Out.

Texas Burger kicks all their asses.

i've never heard of tx burger. whar is tx burger? WHAR?!?

dinner is in about an hour...i have a strong craving for a burger

For people in Dallas/Ft. Worth area, I recommend Keller's Drive-in. Place has been around for at least 40 years. Extremely cheap (last time I was there about 6 years ago, a double meat burger fully-loaded was like $2-$2.50) and delicious. Only reason I haven't been back is because I haven't been able to make it to Dallas in a while.

Thanks but I will be damned if I am going to drive to Dallas in Friday afternoon traffic for a burger. Fortunately for those of us on the friendly side of the Metroplex (and our cardiologists) we have a plethora of quality burger establishments. Fred's, Chubby's, Jake's....moving a bit south Nicky D's in Crowley. Grumps in Burleson. To the NE is the venerable Clown Burger in Halton City.


where is this "clown burger"? i must not be going to the right parts of haltom

freds is good. never have been to chubbys. jakes is a few blocks from where i work, but i have never tried it
 
2014-01-17 03:45:05 PM  

texanb4: Shouldn't surprise people that a lot of folks in Texas will be very happy with this news.

And that some other Texans, perhaps a lot more, will see it as a sign of the Apocalypse.

Bottom line: You got your Molly Ivins and Rick Perrys, so whether you're a lover or a hater, you're sure to find a friend in Texas.

/over 30 years, lived in El Paso, Victoria, Beaumont, San Angelo, Amarillo, and Austin.
//wouldn't live in Austin now if you paid me
///seriously miss taquerías...

[s3-media1.ak.yelpcdn.com image 600x398]


Dude, you lived in San Angelo? I lived there for 3 years during the 90s. What a shiathole. Not much to do there, but I was in a band so all we did was rock out and get wasted every night. Good times.
 
2014-01-17 03:49:01 PM  

Tax Boy: lilplatinum: whither_apophis: A former coworker was from Houston, would always go on about how it can just annex any city next to it. Never really paid attention but if true I could see how swallowing up the 'burbs could lead to atypical election results.

They annexed the suburb I grew up in (kingwood) back in 1996 much to our chagrin.  We sued the shiat out of them and got enough people elected to change the annexaiton laws in 1999 so Houston can't keep gobbling up everything around it to extend it's disgusting urban sprawl ever wider as unrestricted as it used to.

Endless annexed sprawl + no zoning laws = Houston is pretty farking ugly except for some very few nice parts....which got redeveloped into McMansions and highrises and are now ugly too.

RIP Rice Village and Sunset. And Bellaire/Meyerland used to have interesting diverse midcentury modern ranch houses. Even Memorial has been turned into McMansionland. Although those McMansions are HUGE because of their giant land plots.


West U and Kirby are still ridiculously nice. If you want your mid-century modern and classic homes, look at Timbergrove, the Heights, and Garden Oaks. Houston has plenty of nice parts, the problem comes in the fact that inside the loop is undergoing major transitioning, so you have crack houses next to extremely nice new builds. What's sad is that you have all of these nice town homes going into the middle of the ghetto to start the transition that are built like fortresses with no yards. Houston would be much better off if we could essentially bulldoze over the ghetto areas and just move it all to Acres Homes, Sharpstown, and Alief.
 
2014-01-17 03:49:05 PM  

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"So, this is the planet Houston?"

 
2014-01-17 03:52:01 PM  

bungle_jr: gfid: Three-Headed Dog: Live in the Metroplex. Vote conservative. Could not care less about someone's sexual orientation. Congrats to the newly wedded.

Whataburger>Culvers>Braums>In and Out.

Texas Burger kicks all their asses.

i've never heard of tx burger. whar is tx burger? WHAR?!?

dinner is in about an hour...i have a strong craving for a burger


It looks like they may have scaled back their locations.  I used to hit one in Corsicana when making trips between Houston and Dallas.

It's not very fast food.  They take their time, but it's good.

http://www.texasburger.net/locations.html

Yeah, even better than Whataburger
 
2014-01-17 03:54:26 PM  

gfid: bungle_jr: gfid: Three-Headed Dog: Live in the Metroplex. Vote conservative. Could not care less about someone's sexual orientation. Congrats to the newly wedded.

Whataburger>Culvers>Braums>In and Out.

Texas Burger kicks all their asses.

i've never heard of tx burger. whar is tx burger? WHAR?!?

dinner is in about an hour...i have a strong craving for a burger

It looks like they may have scaled back their locations.  I used to hit one in Corsicana when making trips between Houston and Dallas.

It's not very fast food.  They take their time, but it's good.

http://www.texasburger.net/locations.html

Yeah, even better than Whataburger


They even have an Ice Cream bar inside, at least the Madisonville location off 45 does. French fries and Texas Toast dipped in ice cream. Mmmmmmm.

The only reason I like Whataburger is because I can get good jalapenos on a burger. They don't put the pickled non-hot ones on it, but lump them on with the seeds.
 
2014-01-17 03:55:25 PM  

Maud Dib: bungle_jr: gfid: Three-Headed Dog: Live in the Metroplex. Vote conservative. Could not care less about someone's sexual orientation. Congrats to the newly wedded.

Whataburger>Culvers>Braums>In and Out.

Texas Burger kicks all their asses.

i've never heard of tx burger. whar is tx burger? WHAR?!?

dinner is in about an hour...i have a strong craving for a burger

Hop Doddy here in Austin is supposed to be good, but I like my burger joints hipster-free.


Exactly.  Besides, I'd rather spend my money on Rainey Street
 
2014-01-17 03:56:17 PM  
Easy to miss Clown Burger. It is off the beaten path. You can find it at 5020 Stanley Keller Rd. It is a dive but the burgers (and fries) are tasty.
 
2014-01-17 03:58:25 PM  
Despite what all you tards think and this includes you Gilgigamesh (Sugarland, really).


Houston is the most diverse city in the World.  Get that, in the world.

40% hispanic
30% white
20% black
10% asian and other

and that includes you lesbian mayor.
 
2014-01-17 03:58:38 PM  
I like how this turned from a "hate on Texas" thread, to a burger thread.

/hungry
 
2014-01-17 04:06:25 PM  
Austinite here.  Please don't move here, it sucks.
 
2014-01-17 04:06:53 PM  
Came here for the usual, visceral, indiscriminate, blanketed hate of Texas.  Leaving entirely dissatisfied and craving some Whataburger.

/Houstonian, originally from La Grange
//a how-how-how-how
 
2014-01-17 04:09:13 PM  
A recruiter just contacted me about moving to Texas.

Let me think about that for a second.  I am an atheist, childless, Vagina-American who is not in menopause.

That would be a FARK NO.
 
2014-01-17 04:11:17 PM  

Brontes: Austinite here.  Please don't move here, it sucks.


Seconded.
 
2014-01-17 04:13:12 PM  

HoustonNick: From all of us down in here in Texas, let me just say to Subby, why don't you come on down and visit.  We'd love the opportunity to kick your a&&.


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