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Discussion in 'Scott & Wes Frog Fan Forum' started by BillupsFrog, Jan 5, 2012.

  1. I went to see one of the girls in our middle school Sunday school class play her last basketball game last night. One of the officials was rocking the Lloyd Christmas haircut. The other sported the Harry Dunne do. Both were female. Nobody around me understood the reference so I had to laugh with myself.
     
  2. So...it was intentional on their part? If so, that's hilarious.
     
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  4. Here’s my read, totally unqualified. He will probably get elected.
     
  5. He might not carry half the State just out of spite.
     
  6. Nope. Pretty sure it was just a coincidence that those two lesbians got the same middle school girl's basketball assignment.
     
  7. This is perfect. Absolutely perfect. It's uncanny how much the officiating crew looked like these two.
     
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  8. If I was filthy rich and retired in my early 40’s I’d be a hell of a golfer as well.
     
  9. If I got to play more than 4 times a year I’d think of myself as hell of a golfer
     
  10. It's hard out here for a shrimp.
     
  11. This guy has a huge ego. Guess he was watching the XFL today and feeling left out.

     
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  12. Isn't it sad when the game has passed you by, yet you still refer to yourself with your jersey number?
     
  13. His Aggie education taught him the classic “could of” phrase.
    I hate that one.
     
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  15. If ever someone could benefit from a lesson in humility it might be little Johnny. Had tons of talent, but he put a ceiling on himself with his mentality that he was owed everything he wanted. Sad case study in arrogance and substance abuse.
     
  16. Yep, that's the aggy Heisman winner.

    What an ambassador for the school.
     
  17. #184318 nwlafrog, Feb 11, 2020 at 9:37 PM
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    I lost my granddad last Thursday. I was a pall bearer along with my 2 cousins (his “grand boys”).

    My grandfather retired from the US Army as a full colonel after 40 years of service. More importantly, he was grandad. The man never turned up the volume on the TV to tune us out or put anyone off. He made everyone feel like they were the most important person in his life. He set anything and everything aside to treat you special. He defined “in sickness and in health” for the years that my grandmother couldn’t take care of herself. That alone would’ve made him a hero even if he wasn’t a full colonel.

    He skateboarded, he shagged balls, he camped, hunted, fished, and did it all for us. He broke his glasses and scratched his face up more times than I can count. I even broke his nose on a pop fly he went to catch. He took the blame for everything. He told my cousin to point the finger at him for getting muddy in a creek many year ago after my grandmother scolded him. “grandad pushed me in the creek!” Another time after he went inside to bandage himself up after skateboarding with us, “grandma says I can’t skateboard anymore.”

    So many memories.

    we had a military service at the cemetery where they covered his casket with the flag, played taps, and sent him off with a 21 gun salute. Myself and my cousins received a shell casing.

    I’ve been through the loss of a best friend, the loss of other loved ones, I have gone months and months without seeing my child while fighting for custody many years ago...

    I’ve never felt my heart physically ache the way that it has since last Thursday. He went nearly 10 years without my grandmother. I couldn’t imagine how difficult that must’ve been. I’m in the “would’ve, could’ve, should’ve” stage of grief right now.

    He was my role model, my hero and he hung the moon to me.

    Until I see you again, grandad....
     
  18. I drove his 03’ Ranger to my house in Haughton, LA from Durant, Oklahoma yesterday. It was tough. He taught me how to drive in that truck.

    Jamey Johnson “in color” played on the radio on the way home because of course it did. The radio likes to pull heart strings.
     
  19. Sorry for your loss. I would have loved to have met him. He sounds awesome.
     
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