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    Round this over on fail blog and spewed dr.pepper on my desk. So I wanted to share it with you people.

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    This is where you post something no one else cares about.

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    lol wut

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    o.m.g. i can't believe someone scanned a mirror to try to get a mirror background?????LMFAO

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    Quote Originally Posted by F18mustang View Post
    lol wut
    F18....

    My name is John O'Reilly and my father worked the fields,
    In the hills of old Kilarney where I helped him turn the wheels...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebird View Post
    F18....

    My name is John O'Reilly and my father worked the fields,
    In the hills of old Kilarney where I helped him turn the wheels...
    Thank god, I knew I wasn't the only one who knew of that song. Reminds me of Cinderella man.

    Charlie Robison=epic win. All songs he sings are epic win.

    "My arms grew hard as Iron for a boy of 17"

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    Quote Originally Posted by F18mustang View Post
    Thank god, I knew I wasn't the only one who knew of that song. Reminds me of Cinderella man.

    Charlie Robison=epic win. All songs he sings are epic win.

    "My arms grew hard as Iron for a boy of 17"
    Terry Allen and Charlie Robison......Whatever else, you have good taste in music.

    "And I used my fists for gambling on those wet Kilarney streets"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebird View Post
    Terry Allen and Charlie Robison......Whatever else, you have good taste in music.
    I love how most of his songs tell a story, I love those kind of songs.

    Check out "Loving County"

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    Quote Originally Posted by F18mustang View Post
    I love how most of his songs tell a story, I love those kind of songs.

    Check out "Loving County"
    "Like a thousand tiny diamonds, in the lights of loving county..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebird View Post
    "Like a thousand tiny diamonds, in the lights of loving county..."
    "Great Divide" by Jack Ingram is also one that is great and I relate to very well, growing up in Midland.

    I reckon Loving county don't have too many lights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F18mustang View Post
    "Great Divide" by Jack Ingram is also one that is great and I relate to very well, growing up in Midland.

    I reckon Loving county don't have too many lights.
    That was always my deal with the song, which is a good one. I've been to Loving county plenty of times, lights is not my primary association.

    I am partial to "New Year's Day"....

    It's new year's day here on the border.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebird View Post
    That was always my deal with the song, which is a good one. I've been to Loving county plenty of times, lights is not my primary association.

    I am partial to "New Year's Day"....

    It's new year's day here on the border.....
    I have that one too.

    I like Good Times, My Hometown, I want you bad, and El Cerrito Place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F18mustang View Post
    I have that one too.

    I like Good Times, My Hometown, I want you bad, and El Cerrito Place.
    I am listening to Amarillo Highway right now...up next, Time to Switch to Whisky, Corb Lund Band...I like the Hurtin' Albertans.

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    My latest Texas country CD undertaking:

    1. Framed-Chris Knight
    2. Good Times-Charlie Robison
    3. All the Good things Fade Away- Pat Green
    4. John O'Reilly-Charlie Robison
    5. College Days-Great Divide
    6. New Years Day- Charlie Robison
    7. I want you Bad-Charlie Robison
    8. One Thing- Jack Ingram
    9. Im Comin' Home-Robert Earl Keen
    10. Record Exec- Cross Canadian Ragweed
    11. Texas in 1880- Radney Foster
    12. This Time around- Cross Canadian Ragweed
    13. Different Groove- Adam Hood

    I have 6 CDs total because its all my truck allows...

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    Quote Originally Posted by F18mustang View Post
    My latest Texas country CD undertaking:

    1. Framed-Chris Knight
    2. Good Times-Charlie Robison
    3. All the Good things Fade Away- Pat Green
    4. John O'Reilly-Charlie Robison
    5. College Days-Great Divide
    6. New Years Day- Charlie Robison
    7. I want you Bad-Charlie Robison
    8. One Thing- Jack Ingram
    9. Im Comin' Home-Robert Earl Keen
    10. Record Exec- Cross Canadian Ragweed
    11. Texas in 1880- Radney Foster
    12. This Time around- Cross Canadian Ragweed
    13. Different Groove- Adam Hood

    I have 6 CDs total because its all my truck allows...
    I've just got good music on this playlist. Most of it Texas music. I have Freddy Fender loaded up, Terry Allen, Charlie Robison, Bob Wills, ZZ Top, Two Tons of Steel, and the Sir Douglas Quintet. I like to put eclectic stuff together on my playlist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebird View Post
    I've just got good music on this playlist. Most of it Texas music. I have Freddy Fender loaded up, Terry Allen, Charlie Robison, Bob Wills, ZZ Top, Two Tons of Steel, and the Sir Douglas Quintet. I like to put eclectic stuff together on my playlist.
    I like the Southern Americana Red dirt Rock, Id say it comes in 2nd.

    [elprez]Freddy Fender is on a Water Tower![/elprez]

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    Quote Originally Posted by F18mustang View Post
    I like the Southern Americana Red dirt Rock, Id say it comes in 2nd.

    [elprez]Freddy Fender is on a Water Tower![/elprez]


    In all seriousness, if your choices are Freddy Fender or the Greyhounds, it's a no-brainer.

    Although San Benny can claim a world record setting Olympic track gold medalist. But he's got the football stadium.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebird View Post


    In all seriousness, if your choices are Freddy Fender or the Greyhounds, it's a no-brainer.

    Although San Benny can claim a world record setting Olympic track gold medalist. But he's got the football stadium.



    this is what yall win after the bird bowl, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by elprezidente View Post


    this is what yall win after the bird bowl, right?
    I think you got it backwards....it's dogs that like to eat poop....


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