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On Thursday, one Texas A&M fan paid $115,000 for the rights to own this license plate...

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Originally published on SECRant.com

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it was lawyer tony buzbee. he is going to present it to an disabled aggie veteran I heard
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OIL MONEY!
Reply44 months
Not much different than the Gump that spent $105K for the shattered crytstal football that was only worth $30K to begin with.
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It's a lot of money, I know the guy, him spending 100K on that is like an average person dropping 100 dollars. It didn't hurt his wallet at all.
Reply44 months
And the plate being donated to a war veteran.
Reply44 months
Someone should steal it this weekend
Reply44 months
License plate (most likely) worth more than the vehicle. Cool.
Reply44 months
Quote- John? Na, Herbie Hancock

Yeah, I thought everybody knew that!
Reply44 months
"the money for the plate going down as a donation to the schools general fund."

Oh...You mean JFF's salary?
Reply44 months
Why would someone want that on their car?
Reply44 months
John? Na, Herbie Hancock
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"yea, lets just ignore the part about the money for the plate going down as a donation to the schools general fund" ~DrRC

that would take all the fun out of flaming uncontrollably
Reply44 months
I hope he got it autographed by Johnny Hancock at least. Eesh!
Reply44 months
minor, he could have bought the whole team but the plate was a better value.

Reply44 months
yea, lets just ignore the part about the money for the plate going down as a donation to the schools general fund.
Reply44 months
For that, he could have gotten a bama football player.


Or at least half of one
Reply44 months
Nutts!!!
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