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Favorite team:Arkansas 
Location:Conway, Ar
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Number of Posts:29
Registered on:7/25/2009
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re: I Stand in Awe of Arkansas' Legislators - Porkmeister
As a good Catholic that doesn't believe in premarital sex could I refuse to make a kid born out of wedlock a birthday cake? This law is bad for a lot of reasons not the least of which is denying a group of people equal protection under the law, not to mention the very real economic consequences, I...
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re: I Stand in Awe of Arkansas' Legislators - Porkmeister
I wish I could disagree with you. I'm still holding out hope that Asa will veto that craptastic legislation. Maybe he has enough cover from businesses. We can't say that we won't know what happens because of this foolishness, Indiana has shown us. ...
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re: PSA: Dillard's and Sam's coming to Conway - Porkmeister
The population in 1990 was about 28k. Conway was still a pretty small town back then. Not that it is a big city now. ...
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re: PSA: Dillard's and Sam's coming to Conway - Porkmeister
There was a tax increase voted on in November for the overpass and to build additional roads to improve traffic flow from Oak street to I40. It will also help fund construction of a couple big roundabouts near Lewis Crossing. We love roundabouts (but they are seriously cool). ...
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re: Confederate States of America: The Demographics and Reality... - Porkmeister
Money and power were the central issues. There was over a trillion dollars (in today's money) tied into slavery. While the North was able to make money by financing and supplying slaves they managed to hold their noses. Once they weren't making their cut it became a wedge they could use to limit ...
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re: What to do with 120 acres of pasture. - Porkmeister
I think you mean the Crop Reduction program. You can plant pecans and other native hardwoods. I believe the maximum amount of the time you can be in the program is 15 years. There is a lot of paperwork involved and there is upfront work that has to be done to the land to qualify. It does provid...
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re: OT: Project Blue Book - Porkmeister
Calling someone an alien nowadays is not cool, the preferred term is undocumented extraterrestrial. Oh and Project Bluebook was a pretty good show back in the late 70's. ...
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re: Taking a transfer Trip To UAM - Porkmeister
Well it is a small Southern town. Nice people and a nice school. I wouldn't call it a different country from NWA. But if you're an urban person you probably won't care for it. ...
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re: WG Dawg, we have an answer to your question - Porkmeister
Rednecks are great to have around....in moderation. When you have that many rednecks in one place though bad stuff will happen. At least we never go full redneck like West Virginia fans. Couches are safe in Little Rock. ...
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re: Going forward - Porkmeister
That has a lot to do with it but a lot of the smaller schools are or were commuter schools. I don't particualy want UALR to have football. UCA is my other football school. ...
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re: Going forward - Porkmeister
There is a big difference. UA depended on Little Rock money. That isn't true anymore but it in the past yes they did. ...
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re: Going forward - Porkmeister
I heard that Fayetteville always nixed every UALR attempt at starting a football program. The UA didn't want to draw resources away from the flagship. Once all the games are moved I could see that idea coming back. They could have a decent sun belt type program. ...
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re: Why don't Bama, Arkansas play other in-state non-conf. schools? - Porkmeister
They are playing in 2016 I believe. They regularly play in baseball and basketball too. I'm no A State fan but I wouldn't say they puss out. ...
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re: Why don't Bama, Arkansas play other in-state non-conf. schools? - Porkmeister
It is because they are afraid of losing or looking bad. Arkansas could easily play ASU instead of any other Sunbelt opponent or Central Arkansas instead of another Southland team like Nichols. ...
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re: SEC running the scores up; Your thoughts? - Porkmeister
Arkansas and A&M should be happy. Texas Tech and Nebraska both played teams from the same conference (the Soutland) as Nichols, Lamar, and Sam Houston. They both needed some luck to win their games. Sometimes a cupcake doesn't play like a cupcake. ...
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re: Adoption - Porkmeister
Both of my children were adopted through Catholic Charities. You are looking at something around 20k through them but there are adoption tax breaks that help offset the cost. A plus of adopting domestically is the child will have gone through our health system which is a big plus. Plus we were ab...
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re: Central Arkansas' Clint Conque to Stephen F. Austin - Porkmeister
No Problem NC, I think Conque will turn SFA around quickly. He knows the Southland, and runs an offense that is fun to watch. I'm not looking forward to UCA playing them every year. :cheers:...
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re: Central Arkansas' Clint Conque to Stephen F. Austin - Porkmeister
Yes NC since the schools have different names I knew they weren't the same. I was responding to Ray Penpillage (a Sam Houston fan) who was talking about the stripes (the nickname for UCA's football field). I was making the point since Sam Houston hasn't won a game on the stripes I can understand w...
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re: Central Arkansas' Clint Conque to Stephen F. Austin - Porkmeister
Not as sick as Sam Houston is of losing on it. As a matter of fact I don't believe they have won a game on the stripes. ...
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re: Central Arkansas' Clint Conque to Stephen F. Austin - Porkmeister
The Bears will be fine. Conque has left the program in good shape and Brad Teague the AD will make a quality hire. The Bears have to recruit Texas and Louisiana well so it wouldn't be a shock if Kim Dameron or Ken Collums are on the wish list. ...
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