hey, barry, if you're gonna post things about aggies don't forget your bears-a kid got taser'd at dia del oso this past week. google it. good times with good baptists.
Wheres the sheep?? BAAAAAAAAA
The reason it is called muster is describing the smell of all those people in one place.
When I's just a little baby,I would sometimes get aggitated and make a little mustard in my diapers.
I hate to see this old tradition really made fun of--and I'm a Red Raider. However, my dad passed away this year and was Aggie through and through. He was memorialized last night at his local muster and I cried all night thinking about him and what his school meant to him. It's something that you can't buy.
Hells bells, it seems that anything and everything a faggie does is a "Tradition."."Hey, Charles farted.""It's OK. He's a faggie, and it's a tradition."
9:13....I'm a Red Raider too....and of all the traditions of the Aggies this is one that I feel is special...
Them Aggies are hell bent and determined to burn the whole damn place to the ground one way or another.It's a school of firebugs.
9:13 make me ill. for pete's sake. the whole thing sucks. very childish. course , the whole aggie deal is childish.
i hate it when i cry all nite long. wha wha wha.
For the French foreign exchange students-mustier`.
my banjo broke one time and i cried all night along
Muster is sacred to Aggies, and is a day to relive times on campus, and victories and defeats in all aspects of student life. The Roll Call honors Aggies that have fallen since the last Muster roll was read. As the names are read, a friend or family member answers 'Here', and a candle is lit to symbolize that while those Aggies are not present in body, they will forever remain with us in Aggie Spirit. "Softly call the muster, let comrade answer 'here'". Gig 'em Ags.
PUKE PUKE PUKE !
9:13 & 10;27I agree. I would add another, and that is the pledge incoming students take, not sure of the wording, something about "will not cheat, nor tolerate those that do". I hope the current students still hold that sacred, as well. Many of their other "traditions" are the stuff of which Aggie Jokes are made, however.I saw a really classy example of the spirited rivalry enjoyed between the Horns and the Aggies several years ago, when Texas was up against USC for the nat'l championship in football: a t-shirt picturing the "sawed-off horns" bandaged back together, w/ the caption that read: "Just for today".They are not all jerks, and neither are we.Hook 'em Horns.
Bevo is a steer, Right?
3.01 & 10.52y'all both sound bitterMuster is very special to every Aggie around the world and no one can take that away from us. "From the outside looking in, you can't understand it. From the inside looking out, you can't explain it."
Amen, saw em off. They will never understand will they?It's a spirit can ne'er be told.
Some people that read you blog are just calous and mean! Of course this is my opinion and I am sure it is wrong.
French's Mustard is better than Aggie Mustard.
I sat next to my daughter at Muster Monday night as she softly answered "here" when "Lauren Lewis class of 2009", her friend, was called in the roll. She's an Aggie and I'm proud of her and her respect for others. I'm proud of the institution that has given her an exceptional education and ethics that will help her through life. She honors A&M as a responsible member and servant of society.As a parent, I am comforted by the family of Aggies that support her, and knowing that ... someday ... the tradition of Muster will honor her in the Roll Call. I'd like to think that any family member or friend would appreciate this tradition.I thought I would enjoy checking out this blog and reading about Wise County, but now I'm just feeling ashamed.
I am going to guess that the majority of the people making fun of Texas A&M do not have a college degree, so since they are jealous have to make fun of such a wonderful place. Like the wonderful saying goes"From the outside looking in, you can't understand it. From the inside looking out, you can't explain it."
I,too, am proud to have an Aggie daughter--class of '06--whose A&M degree represents many traditions--some silly, some serious--but more importantly an education that had her way more prepared for Texas Tech's pharmacy school than any of the Red Raiders were. Just want to say "Amen! & Whoop!" to Nelda Webb for posting her name--but then, if you're not ashamed of your message, why wouldn't you?
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