Whoop! Beat the hell out of Montana State!Class of '97
Barry, are you making fun of the psuedo-military, overall-wearin', dog-salutin', crotch-grabbin', homo-erotic aggy corp of cadets...or aggys in general?Why aggy can't see fit to put a skirt on one of those girls and call her a cheerleader I'll never understand. I guess they'd rather watch guys with a shaved head who weren't quite good enough to get into a real military academy cheer on the "farmers".Sick 'em Bears!
*YiKeS*The chick on the left needs to hire a mafia hit on the colourist who wrecked her hair.*;)
Good golly gosh, 1:33PM, it's Aggies not Aggys. What are you, a Bible-thumping Bear? Obviously. You're probably a neo-con as well. Read any books lately? I think not.
Those guys look like they need to make a pee-pee. They must have photoshopped A&M shirts on those TCU girls...frog
I believe it was Gen. Douglas McArthur who said "Give me a army of West Point Graduates and I'll win a battle. Give me a handful of Texas Aggies and I'll win a war!" Whoop! Gig 'em, Ags.
3:41 It was Gen. Patton. You must be a poor aggy to not know the "tradition" behind that quote.I prefer the quotes of Tech football coach Mike Leach, as his team raced onto the field, he gazed into the stands filled with screaming fans and wondered about the several thousand “cadets” from Texas A.&M. clustered in one end zone. They wear military uniforms and buzz cuts, holler in unison and stand at attention the entire game. “How come they get to pretend they are soldiers?” he asked. “The thing is, they aren’t actually in the military. I ought to have Mike’s Pirate School. The freshmen, all they get is the bandanna. When you’re a senior, you get the sword and skull and crossbones. For homework, we’ll work pirate maneuvers and stuff like that.”
Aggie girls compared to Tech girls......NO comparison
3:41 MacarthurYou can find it on page 7 of your coloring book.
My son went there and I'm so damn glad that he's not there anymore. Wretched place!
Its a pretty weird place. I always wanted to attend college there while growing up but then after my first year I quickly transfered. Everything can't be a tradition or the term tradition will lose its meaning. I never traveled to Tech until I was graduated but I should have considered that. The girls out there are smokin hot and outnumber the ones at TAMU or Texas. I have a theory that all the girls who were not smart enough to enter the other State Schools all go that direction.
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