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#1387 - 02/21/01 11:01 AM Goodbye Texas!!
Anonymous
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Well, I'm not going to quote MacArthur on this one.......I AM OUT OF HERE!
My time in purgatory (ie, Beaumont) is over. I'm being transferred to
Salt Lake City, UT! I'll be 4 hours from Moab, 2 hours from Sand Dunes, and surronded by great Jeepin!
See ya'll,
-Jason

Jason D.
Atc1man@yahoo.com
Dirt Road Magazine Staff Writer: http://www.dirtroad.com
'94 Jeep Cherokee XJ 4x4
Beaumont, TX

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#1388 - 02/21/01 08:45 PM Re: Goodbye Texas!!
Hoop Moderator Offline


Registered: 12/20/00
Posts: 1830
Loc: Beaumont TX
as a native of Purgatory, I'm happy to say,

"Don't let the door hit you on the way out!"

"Come back sometime you can't stay so long."

Hoop
2000 DRZ400
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#1389 - 02/21/01 10:12 PM Re: Goodbye Texas!! [Re: Hoop]
Anonymous
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"Don't let the door hit ya where the good lord split ya?"
Beaumont is most certainly Purgatory.....what a shithole.....I can't wait to get out of here.....


Jason D.
Atc1man@yahoo.com
Dirt Road Magazine Staff Writer: http://www.dirtroad.com
'94 Jeep Cherokee XJ 4x4
Beaumont, TX

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#1390 - 02/22/01 07:30 PM Re: Goodbye Texas!!
Hoop Moderator Offline


Registered: 12/20/00
Posts: 1830
Loc: Beaumont TX
to each his own. You sound like some kind of yankee, though.

Hoop
2000 DRZ400
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2006 XR650R, the dual sport bike
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#1391 - 02/23/01 08:58 AM Re: Goodbye Texas!! [Re: Hoop]
Anonymous
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No wonder Racisism won't go away. People like you still can't get over this North South thing. I'm not a Yankee, I was born in CA, grew up in CA, MS, and NC.

Jason D.
Atc1man@yahoo.com
Dirt Road Magazine Staff Writer: http://www.dirtroad.com
'94 Jeep Cherokee XJ 4x4
Beaumont, TX

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#1392 - 02/23/01 09:15 AM Re: Goodbye Texas!!
LauraTheBum Offline
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Registered: 12/18/00
Posts: 3846
Loc: Azle, TEXAS
I thought everyone North of the Red River where Yankees....And those that came to visit and stayed in this wonderful country we know as Texas were called Dam Yankees.

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#1393 - 02/23/01 09:29 AM Re: Goodbye Texas!! [Re: LauraTheBum]
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Registered: 12/05/00
Posts: 146
Loc: Waco
Hea now watch it. If I was 80 miles more Yankee I would be Canadian

Odei
Moving away to

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#1394 - 02/23/01 09:42 AM Re: Goodbye Texas!! [Re: LauraTheBum]
Anonymous
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If Texas is so wonderful why is it so hard to find places to 'wheel?
:-)
I'm sorry, I've enjoyed my time in Texas. I like the weather (some like it hot), I like the people, I love the food, but I'm not so attached to any one place that I can't see an opportunity when it comes a knockin......I'm getting a promotion, a raise, and I'll be:
4 hours from Moab
10 Hours from the Rubicon
12 hours from the Glamis sand dunes
8 hours from Farmington NM
Not to mention the trails less than 2 hours from Salt Lake

Even if I was to stay in Texas.....Beaumont would NOT be my first choice. Sorry if anyone is from Beaumont, I don't like it here.
this is just a general rant..... :-)


Jason D.
Atc1man@yahoo.com
Dirt Road Magazine Staff Writer: http://www.dirtroad.com
'94 Jeep Cherokee XJ 4x4
Beaumont, TX

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