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Number of Posts:243
Registered on:10/16/2007
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re: The Reveille's Brian Pellerin Said it the Best - yallallcrazy
[quote]take this team by the throat and holler " No! It's not happening again"[/quote] :rotflmao: Yep. Hollering would have turned these guys into clutch players. [quote]How mentally tough a team is depends on the coach. This is taught, by example, by practice, and by lectures. [/quote] Ha...
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re: Texas looking to ignore "daylight saving time" idea - yallallcrazy
It should be switched. DST in winter, standard in summer. Instead of darkness at 5 in the shortest days of winter and 9 in longest days of summer, the range would be more like from 7-830. Gives some after-work time all year. ...
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re: Tell me about Alexandria - yallallcrazy
It's good for what it is - a privately owned restaurant in a little town. It beats the heck out of chains all the time. But that's just me. :cheers:...
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re: Tell me about Alexandria - yallallcrazy
[quote]I would love to go to some new places[/quote] Go eat at Verona's Italian Restaurant. Good food, nice vibe to me. Good bar with lotta selections. Get something interesting, too, not like meatballs and spaghetti. Anything off the specials, anything with pink sauce. And a shot of Port w...
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re: 5.11 ATAC Flashlights Cheap! (DEAL ENDED!) - yallallcrazy
Yep Ever since that was posted here a few weeks back I've ordered a whole bunch of stuff. HArd th pass up. And to the OP, those are great lights....
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re: Calling grandfather "Pow Pow" - yallallcrazy
I seent 'em...
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re: Got my fish mount back - yallallcrazy
Shrink-eyed ghost fish head mount >> shiny new piranha. :cheers:...
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re: Boat trailer bunk issues - yallallcrazy
[quote] Buzby[/quote] has often surprised me as to what he can fix....
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re: On the eve of the LHSAA Convention, what would you do regarding the split? - yallallcrazy
[quote] they do take lower academic students if they are good athletes[/quote] We have had different experiences. then. In mine, the academic standards are stringent and are not compromised for an athlete. The schools I have been around do have some moderate success because of parental support...
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re: On the eve of the LHSAA Convention, what would you do regarding the split? - yallallcrazy
[quote]Private schools do not have to accept students if they do not want to. Therefore, they can control their enrollment numbers and they can control their classification. [/quote] So, tuition supported private schools are intentionally turning down qualified students in order to play ball and...
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re: Caught my biggest bass ever out the Calcasieu River yesterday afternoon - yallallcrazy
[quote] Hi Steve, Jeff, and Jay![/quote] 'Sup...
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re: College athletes being paid. - yallallcrazy
[quote]This is the aspect of the question that I think needs more discussion. On top of the thousands (if not hundreds of thousands) of dollars worth of tuition, room, support, etc., the athletes are also receiving highly specialized and highly expert training in their field. [/quote] This is the...
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re: Has anyone seen Sandhill Cranes in NE La? - yallallcrazy
They hang out several weeks every year in my lease. Very cool to sit in the duck blind and hear those loud suckers fly around. They've been as close as about 75 yds a few times but I've never gotten closer to them than that. ...
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re: Thoughts on duck hunting these days - yallallcrazy
I think too much emphasis is placed on numbers, and specifically limits. I love a limit as much as anyone, but because it indicates a good day with a lot of birds coming in. I've had several good hunts this year with only 2-4 birds. They worked in great, responded to call, dropped the flaps and c...
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re: Anybody shoot a 6.5 creedmore? - yallallcrazy
Any of the 6.5s are great hunting rounds. If you look at things like sectional density and ballistic coefficient, it is shocking how such an easy-shooting round could have so much effect on the animal receiving it! That said, the creedmore, .260 Rem,and 6.5 swede are all more similar than differ...
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re: Raising a child in a non religious home with a very religious extended family - yallallcrazy
[quote]It is unlikely to happen, though, with no background. So? [/quote] Well, to me that means you have a preferred choice for them. That's cool. It would be your kids so it's up to you. To me it would be like letting my adult kids who only grew up in the southern US and never took a ...
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re: Raising a child in a non religious home with a very religious extended family - yallallcrazy
Well, it may be. Depends on the parents. I guess that's what I'm saying. No matter what you do, you are picking a starter path for your kid. Don't hide behind the "letting them choose" part. That only comes with how you react to them leaving the path you set initially. IMO, it is more bene...
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re: Raising a child in a non religious home with a very religious extended family - yallallcrazy
Could It is unlikely to happen, though, with no background....
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re: Raising a child in a non religious home with a very religious extended family - yallallcrazy
I think this is actually more right than not, even if it sounds strange. It really is the only way to expose kids to religion so that they CAN make a choice later. In truth, most 6-12 year old kids would never choose to go sit in church of their own volition. Those who say they will let kids choo...
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re: Klatt: LSU's running game too good for Alabama (bend play) - yallallcrazy
Yep, they call both of the plays diagrammed "up the middle" and then crow about how they diagnosed the play before it was run......
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