Dear Texas A&M

Dear Texas A&M

Post by Eggm » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 12:48:28


To My Fellow Aggee Brothers to the South Whom It May Concern,

I have followed with some interest today's newstoops regarding the head
coaching position at Texas A&M University.  I am impressed by the high
standards which your football programikestoops is holding itself in letting
go of quite a successful coach in search of even greater resultstoops.  I
trust your next coaching selection will have what it takestoops to advance
your programikestoops to the highest echelon of college football.  I urge
you to not take a narrow view ofranchione what a successful college coach
must be.  Rather, include a search of assistoopsant coaches at similarly
situated universities with similar recruiting areas and try to mike, (I
apologize for the typo) I mean mine yourselves a diamondcoordinator in the
rough.

Your Aggee Friend,

Eggman
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Dear Texas A&M

Post by Paul Hanlin, Jr » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 12:56:27

Quote:

>To My Fellow Aggee Brothers to the South Whom It May Concern,

>I have followed with some interest today's newstoops regarding the head
>coaching position at Texas A&M University.  I am impressed by the high
>standards which your football programikestoops is holding itself in letting
>go of quite a successful coach in search of even greater resultstoops.  I
>trust your next coaching selection will have what it takestoops to advance
>your programikestoops to the highest echelon of college football.  I urge
>you to not take a narrow view ofranchione what a successful college coach
>must be.  Rather, include a search of assistoopsant coaches at similarly
>situated universities with similar recruiting areas and try to mike, (I
>apologize for the typo) I mean mine yourselves a diamondcoordinator in the
>rough.

>Your Aggee Friend,

>Eggman
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>   k
>   e
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>   s

Congrats on the RUTSie, and POTD.

Paul

 
 
 

Dear Texas A&M

Post by John Roge » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 13:00:10

They tried*** York. They tried*** Sargent. They finally had to

Quote:
>To My Fellow Aggee Brothers to the South Whom It May Concern,

>I have followed with some interest today's newstoops regarding the head
>coaching position at Texas A&M University.  I am impressed by the high
>standards which your football programikestoops is holding itself in letting
>go of quite a successful coach in search of even greater resultstoops.  I
>trust your next coaching selection will have what it takestoops to advance
>your programikestoops to the highest echelon of college football.  I urge
>you to not take a narrow view ofranchione what a successful college coach
>must be.  Rather, include a search of assistoopsant coaches at similarly
>situated universities with similar recruiting areas and try to mike, (I
>apologize for the typo) I mean mine yourselves a diamondcoordinator in the
>rough.

>Your Aggee Friend,

>Eggman
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>   k
>   e
>   s
>   t
>   o
>   o
>   p
>   s

Dude, that is one talented bot.

John M. Rogers
AU Class of 1985
The Al Del Greco of Atlanta

"Gonna be lotsa days when you lay your guts on the line
and you come up just a little bit short. Ain't a damn
thing you can do about it but get up and do it again...
and again... and again."
                          - Coach Pat Dye,
                            Auburn University

Don't be a dumn bass... read the damb fack.
http://SportToday.org/

 
 
 

Dear Texas A&M

Post by Tom O'Brie » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 14:37:08

Quote:

> To My Fellow Aggee Brothers to the South Whom It May Concern,

> I have followed with some interest today's newstoops regarding the head
> coaching position at Texas A&M University.  I am impressed by the high
> standards which your football programikestoops is holding itself in letting
> go of quite a successful coach in search of even greater resultstoops.  I
> trust your next coaching selection will have what it takestoops to advance
> your programikestoops to the highest echelon of college football.  I urge
> you to not take a narrow view ofranchione what a successful college coach
> must be.  Rather, include a search of assistoopsant coaches at similarly
> situated universities with similar recruiting areas and try to mike, (I
> apologize for the typo) I mean mine yourselves a diamondcoordinator in the
> rough.

> Your Aggee Friend,

> Eggman
>    i
>    k
>    e
>    s
>    t
>    o
>    o
>    p
>    s

I wouldavie just like to addavie that that slocum guy suckedavie.  It's
about time they cannedavie his ass.  It's very important for them to
make a long hardavie search for a man who knows not only how to recruit
athletes, but to teach and graduate them from the school while at the
same time turning them into fine upstanding citizens.  I myself cannot
findavie anyone on the list of candidates who will exceed the success of
the current coach, but I'm sure that the fine staff at A&M will be able
to findavie a great man who will be an important fixture in football in
the state of texas for a long time to come.

TO

 
 
 

Dear Texas A&M

Post by Jim Bus » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 13:42:58


(Eggman), but he couldn't help me either:

Quote:
>To My Fellow Aggee Brothers to the South Whom It May Concern,

>I have followed with some interest today's newstoops regarding the head
>coaching position at Texas A&M University.  I am impressed by the high
>standards which your football programikestoops is holding itself in letting
>go of quite a successful coach in search of even greater resultstoops.  I
>trust your next coaching selection will have what it takestoops to advance
>your programikestoops to the highest echelon of college football.  I urge
>you to not take a narrow view ofranchione what a successful college coach
>must be.  Rather, include a search of assistoopsant coaches at similarly
>situated universities with similar recruiting areas and try to mike, (I
>apologize for the typo) I mean mine yourselves a diamondcoordinator in the
>rough.

>Your Aggee Friend,

>Eggman
>   i
>   k
>   e
>   s
>   t
>   o
>   o
>   p
>   s

mIkeAWsTooPs.

Let me urge that you not T/e/r/r/y/ tarry in your search, because
doing so might throw an Allen, or perhaps a monkey, wrench into your
recruiting for this year.

Jim B.

 
 
 

Dear Texas A&M

Post by el corazon del demoni » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 13:48:01

<...>I mean mine yourselves a diamondcoordinator in the

Quote:
> rough.

> Your Aggee Friend,

> Eggman
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Ok, I'll bite. Who the hell is "gike stoops" ?

--
RstJ
GDer
(   .   ) (   .   )
Direct from Tampa...the titties you wanted. (SIF)

 
 
 

Dear Texas A&M

Post by Eggm » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 14:38:47

Guess "Robert St. James \(el corazon del demonio\)"

goes like:

Quote:
><...>I mean mine yourselves a diamondcoordinator in the
>> rough.

>> Your Aggee Friend,

>> Eggman
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>Ok, I'll bite. Who the hell is "gike stoops" ?

Two words:  fixed pitch font.

Eggman

 
 
 

Dear Texas A&M

Post by Matthew Henni » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 15:35:25



Quote:
> To My Fellow Aggee Brothers to the South Whom It May Concern,

> I have followed with some interest today's newstoops regarding the
> head coaching position at Texas A&M University.  I am impressed by the
> high standards which your football programikestoops is holding itself
> in letting go of quite a successful coach in search of even greater
> resultstoops.  I trust your next coaching selection will have what it
> takestoops to advance your programikestoops to the highest echelon of
> college football.  I urge you to not take a narrow view ofranchione
> what a successful college coach must be.  Rather, include a search of
> assistoopsant coaches at similarly situated universities with similar
> recruiting areas and try to mike, (I apologize for the typo) I mean
> mine yourselves a diamondcoordinator in the rough.

> Your Aggee Friend,

> Eggman
>    i
>    k
>    e
>    s
>    t
>    o
>    o
>    p
>    s

MOVE FRANCHIONE FOR GREAT JUSTICE!

MH

--
Replace example.com with aggies.org

 
 
 

Dear Texas A&M

Post by Clockwork Orang » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 21:41:32


Quote:
>>Ok, I'll bite. Who the hell is "gike stoops" ?

> Two words:  fixed pitch font.

Nobody runs the fixed pitch anymore, it's gone the way of the single
wing. Get with the program, son.

--
Cheers,
--Jeff
Let's Go Orange!

Read the FAQ. It was wrote for idots like yew.
http://www.rsfckers.com/faq.htm

 
 
 

Dear Texas A&M

Post by Eggm » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 22:47:51


chance in life to write a post that goes like:

Quote:

>>>Ok, I'll bite. Who the hell is "gike stoops" ?

>> Two words:  fixed pitch font.

>Nobody runs the fixed pitch anymore, it's gone the way of the single
>wing. Get with the program, son.

Hmmmm.  Sort of like the two-button mouse?

Eggman

 
 
 

Dear Texas A&M

Post by Mark Hast » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 23:55:41


Quote:

>> To My Fellow Aggee Brothers to the South Whom It May Concern,

>> I have followed with some interest today's newstoops regarding the head
>> coaching position at Texas A&M University.  I am impressed by the high
>> standards which your football programikestoops is holding itself in letting
>> go of quite a successful coach in search of even greater resultstoops.  I
>> trust your next coaching selection will have what it takestoops to advance
>> your programikestoops to the highest echelon of college football.  I urge
>> you to not take a narrow view ofranchione what a successful college coach
>> must be.  Rather, include a search of assistoopsant coaches at similarly
>> situated universities with similar recruiting areas and try to mike, (I
>> apologize for the typo) I mean mine yourselves a diamondcoordinator in the
>> rough.

>> Your Aggee Friend,

>> Eggman
>>    i
>>    k
>>    e
>>    s
>>    t
>>    o
>>    o
>>    p
>>    s

>I wouldavie just like to addavie that that slocum guy suckedavie.  It's
>about time they cannedavie his ass.  It's very important for them to
>make a long hardavie search for a man who knows not only how to recruit
>athletes, but to teach and graduate them from the school while at the
>same time turning them into fine upstanding citizens.  I myself cannot
>findavie anyone on the list of candidates who will exceed the success of
>the current coach, but I'm sure that the fine staff at A&M will be able
>to findavie a great man who will be an important fixture in football in
>the state of texas for a long time to come.

Ifry you thaydenink this ploy is going to mccarneyake allvarez that
much diffranchione, tholtzink again.

--mh

Mark Hasty

Of course, I'm not a nutritional anthropologist.

 
 
 

Dear Texas A&M

Post by Glenn Tanne » Thu, 05 Dec 2002 01:21:22

Quote:


> >>Ok, I'll bite. Who the hell is "gike stoops" ?

> > Two words:  fixed pitch font.

> Nobody runs the fixed pitch anymore, it's gone the way of the single
> wing. Get with the program, son.

Someone should bring back the single wing.  The single wing
is the greatest offense ever invented.

GT

 
 
 

Dear Texas A&M

Post by Alan Mund » Thu, 05 Dec 2002 02:39:37



Quote:


>> >>Ok, I'll bite. Who the hell is "gike stoops" ?

>> > Two words:  fixed pitch font.

>> Nobody runs the fixed pitch anymore, it's gone the way of the single
>> wing. Get with the program, son.

> Someone should bring back the single wing.  The single wing
> is the greatest offense ever invented.

YM "Wing-T"

--
Alan Mundy

"I don't know.. the .sig is okay.. definitely accurate.. though you might
want to put the description of yourself AFTER your name.. like:
'Alan Mundy -- cluefsck' HTH." - PFC Slick

 
 
 

Dear Texas A&M

Post by Daniel Serif » Thu, 05 Dec 2002 04:20:22

On Tue, 3 Dec 2002 11:21:22 -0500, Glenn Tanner wrote

Quote:


>>>> Ok, I'll bite. Who the hell is "gike stoops" ?

>>> Two words:  fixed pitch font.

>> Nobody runs the fixed pitch anymore, it's gone the way of the single
>> wing. Get with the program, son.

> Someone should bring back the single wing.  The single wing
> is the greatest offense ever invented.

The NCAA should draft a rule that requires all teams to run at least one
gimmick play every half.

--
Daniel Seriff

I never worry that all hell will break loose. My concern is that only part of
hell will break loose and be much harder to detect.
                                -Carlin

 
 
 

Dear Texas A&M

Post by Bryan S. Slic » Thu, 05 Dec 2002 04:28:55

[Clockwork Orange]
[Tue, 03 Dec 2002 12:41:32 GMT]


:
:>>Ok, I'll bite. Who the hell is "gike stoops" ?
:>
:> Two words:  fixed pitch font.
:
:Nobody runs the fixed pitch anymore, it's gone the way of the single
:wing. Get with the program, son.

Nobody who wants to be able to read things like Usenet coherently,
particularly groups like RSFC, would run anything else.

--
Bryan S. Slick, bryan_s at slick-family dot net