Discussion in 'The Bar' started by crackerjackson5, Mar 22, 2014.
Class of '96
Are you all lucky faggots or just the basketball team?
Do you really think that anyone here gives a flying fuck that SFA won an opening round tourney game?
To be honest I never attended a basketball game in my 4.5 years there but I did bang a black stripper with a gold tooth named paradise.
love me some Nacogdoches
Great game, slick.
Is Nacogdoches as horribly racist as its reputation ?
I never witnessed overt racism in Nacogdoches. However, East Texas as a whole is extremely racist from both sides.
My school mascot was the lumberjack, too, booster! Congratulations!
how bad are the illegals in texas?
There are tons of illegals in Texas. I grew up on the East Side of Houston and my old working class white neighborhood is chocked full of Panaderias and Carniceras now.
Most of the illegals are hard working honest people just trying to do what's best for their families. I just wish they would assimilate a little faster.
I like Nacogdoches because it makes Lubbock look like a modern metropolis.
I would like the OP to discuss a bit about Tyler, TX, the people, the appearance of the town, etc.
I do. I had em winning yesterday...
couldn't get into a real college?
what are you going to do with that "degree"?
Tyler seems kind of like a suburb of Dallas. It has some nice older neighborhoods where they are very proud of their azaleas. They put on a tour called the Azalea Trail every year where people drive around looking at everyone's shrubs.
The city has a lot of old money and the Baptists run everything. I think most of Smith County is dry meaning you can only drink in restaurants as a member and have to drive out of town to hit the liquor store.
They still have a high school named after Robert E Lee that is probably half black which is odd.
They do have some good hospitals in Tyler so if you can't make it to Houston or Dallas you might still survive.
My overall rating would be a 6/10. If I had to live there I could make it work but I would much rather be in a dozen or so other cities in Texas.
I did ok with that degree but I've since gone on to get my MBA and I manage the Eastern US for an oil and gas company. So .
you a traveling man too?