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Sinfil ways at bear creak
October 18, 2008, 10:31 pm
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Hello i know what the time is.  I found these folks fixing to do the naked dance. Thats right it dont look like it but they did.

One lady wanted a hot tube out there, and wine  plus nakedness. Thats so sinful. But now i hear a drunking mexicna out side . I dont know what im supposed to do . Yea im gettin sorta tired.



Where is barbara that use to live on sv street ?
October 18, 2008, 2:27 pm
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That fat lady can come over. I guess. And stay till i get tired. I was but im not now. Lets see your sagging tits, and that pubic hair thats too much.

Hey i know u are fat the last time i seen u was in that small car.  You undid my pants and kissed my dick. I shoud had put your mouth on it and sucked it. Just come on over rite now . U may not smell exactly squek clean i dont care.  Take off every thing i just can imagiane the fat. So what. Ill put my toung in your pussy i know its big and can get jucy.

Ill do any thing to get u to cum. yea i know u will get on top of me. Ill put all 6 inches in your pussy . U can leave in 10 hours. I have to exercise my dick. See u later like in 20 min.  All this is just a pipe dream

Really femal dumster cats are good to do and cows also.  There is this grose lady that may do a dog she is grose enough and kinda fat.



My fellow democrats
October 18, 2008, 11:13 am
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NOW i hear it on CNN and the houston chronicle o there in love with Barack Obama the chosen one – for hope and change . I see it comming anti white law,no right to bear arms,homosex marrige enforced,sucking up to the russians,u make to much money u have to share it with all. They make like BARACK is going to save the country and dont care about what he said to the Germans.

O yea the young people think OBAMA is cool – hes young  and Mcain is prehistroic. Well i tell u this  what i said will come true. A marxist gov of the USA. U think u will get rid of this hell no. UNless AMERICANS WAKE UP ! 



Glen Rose and Grace Street
October 18, 2008, 8:12 am
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Hello out there. Yea i been to Chalk Mtn. Thats were a oyster bed of fossils is or was. They could have got em all by now. I have not been there in a while. Its like 234 miles  . Its such a small town. Those houses near the paluxy river are like prehistoric.

The last time i talk to AJ Hammon i had a hard time reconize who he was. Im not revealing who i am on here. But any way .  U know that house on grace street seemed huge when i was a kid. There was Bill Osborn and all the gang there.



more kempwood goodies
October 18, 2008, 7:54 am
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Well hello mexicans . I KNOW U are there.  When are u going to have that band in the parking lot again. DId u have a naked spanish lady there on a bed. Want she having sex with monsters and dogs. Evey one could see . She had big tits and mmm good looking. Yea i gave her a dollar and she gave me a ride.

It was a special kind of ride.  Any way this black tard thinks the mighty one now driving a tow motor at excel. The only thing he is ia  working scum bag from New Orlanes. If u say any thing bad about New Orleans he gets pouty and mad.

Who cares. Just dont say a word to him. Yes gofer found out those at Staffmark they mark all your answers rong if u are anglo. Who gives a crap about that. O that TC security dont apply there.

Yes i realy did in fact see those mexican guards near the statue of liberty. They were picking buggers from there nose and puttem in some ladies tail then lickin it.  Thats kind sick.



Glen Rose in the morning
October 18, 2008, 2:13 am
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Saturday, 11 October 2008

Glen Rose

This morning, in beautiful Glen Rose, Texas, I did my 22d bike rally of the year and my 443d overall. At this time of year in North Texas, you can get any type of weather, from heat and humidity at one extreme to cold rain at the other. Luckily for those of us who rode today, the weather was superb. Several hundred riders showed up at Glen Rose High School to ride. There were four courses, with 80 miles being the longest. I wanted to get home at a reasonable hour, so I decided to ride 60 miles, as I did a year ago. The only rider I recognized was my friend Randy, who lives in nearby Granbury. Randy wanted to get home in time to watch the Texas/Oklahoma football game, which started at the insanely early hour of 11:00, so his plan was to ride 45 miles. Judging from the course map, it looked as though we would be together for many miles.

I didn’t know until later in the ride that Randy and I should have parted ways almost immediately. I was supposed to go straight at a turn, while Randy was supposed to turn right. Somehow, we missed the sign. When I realized my mistake, I had to decide what to do. I wanted more than 45 miles, so I did the 12-mile loop that was for 80-mile riders. Confused? You should be. To make things worse, I made a wrong turn when Randy left me. I rode two miles in the wrong direction on Highway 67 before realizing that I was off course. I rode back and got on course. To make a long story short, I ended up with 61 miles. A year ago, evidently, Randy and I missed the same turn early on and ended up with 57.3 miles. I swear I’ll pay attention next year!

This was not the only untoward event of the day. At the start, when the riders were sent out, a woman veered into me, sending me to the pavement. I landed on my right elbow. As we lay there, she asked, “Are you all right?” I said, “I guess!” I said it in such a way as to make her feel guilty, which she was. My elbow was fine, and so was everything else, apparently, so I caught up to Randy and joked about the incident. I’m glad I fell on my right side rather than my left side, which is still sore from my accident in Crowley on 6 September. I don’t want to aggravate whatever isn’t healed in my left shoulder.

Despite these incidents, and despite the many hills on the course, I had a wonderful time. There is nothing like being on a bike in a scenic area such as Glen Rose. I wish I had pictures to show you, but I didn’t take my camera. There were canyons and mesas that reminded me of Colorado or New Mexico. There were houses built on hills. There were narrow country roads. There were pastures full of grazing sheep. There were buildings made of stone and rock. There were trees galore. I haven’t been to all of Texas, but I can’t imagine any place prettier than Glen Rose. If you ever get a chance to visit the place, do so. You won’t regret it.

I’ve done rallies in dozens of Texas towns during the past 19 years, but no rally has a hill like The Wall. A year ago, I didn’t know what to expect. Randy warned me about it, but I wasn’t sure whether to believe him when he said it was extremely steep. He wasn’t lying. This year, I was ready. Imagine standing atop a mountain and seeing another mountain across a valley. We flew down a steep hill at breakneck speed. As soon as we reached the bottom, we were climbing an even steeper hill. From the top, it looks like a hole in the trees. Once the climbing starts, you hold on for dear life. If you stop pedaling, you’re a goner. I was in my next-to-lowest gear (of 14). It was all I could do to keep my bike moving. My heart rate reached 159 near the top, just as the gradient became less steep. I lowered myself onto the saddle for a couple of seconds, gasping for air. I didn’t want to write down “159” for the day, so I got back out of the saddle and hammered to the top (where there was a rest stop manned by Boy Scouts). I reached 161 beats per minute, which is one beat less than I saw earlier this year. (My maximum heart rate, according to the formula of 220 minus one’s age, is 169.)

The entire course was hilly. The Wall was just the steepest hill. It was also windy. Depending on which direction I was traveling, I was either flying or creeping. Some of the roads were rough, which slowed my pace and discouraged me. At one point, with just a few miles to go until the finish, two women in matching jerseys got on my wheel. The one closest to me asked whether the road was that rough all the way back. I told her it was. The rough road probably slowed our pace by two miles per hour.

I passed an interesting tourist attraction along the way. There was a large building set back from the road. Out front, there was a sign that read, “Creation Evidence Museum.” I wonder what was inside. Any guesses? There were quite a few vehicles in the parking lot.

On the way home, I listened to the second half of the Texas/Oklahoma game on my car’s radio. It was the Oklahoma Sooners network. There were three announcers. One of them sounded old, and he had a drawl. He said two things that cracked me up. The first involved an injury to an Oklahoma player. The announcer said, “That fat Texas player fell on him.” How’s that for a description? Later, while discussing the Texas offense, the man referred to “that Texas player whose name I can’t pronounce.” I’m laughing just thinking about it.

I had no need for speed today. I knew the course would keep my average speed down, and I wanted to talk to Randy and have fun instead of hammering. We rode only 15.1 miles the first hour. I rode 15.4 the second. Once Randy and I parted, I fell in with two fast riders. We had a tailwind. We cruised at well over 25 miles per hour for about five miles, on narrow, winding, undulating roads. I rode 18.8 miles the third hour, which raised my average speed to 16.4 miles per hour. I averaged only 15.95 miles per hour for the final 44:00, which gave me an overall average speed of 16.33 miles per hour for 61.0 miles (elapsed time = 3:44:00). A year ago, Randy and I averaged 16.68 miles per hour for 57.3 miles.

My maximum speed for the day was 38.5 miles per hour. My average heart rate was 115, which is low. It shows that I didn’t work very hard. I did, however, burn 1,942 calories. You know what that means, don’t you? Food!



Celebrate Arbor day with the City of Austin
October 18, 2008, 2:06 am
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October 15, 2008

The Austin Parks and Recreation Department invites you to a special “Keep Austin Cool” Arbor Day Tree planting Celebration, Saturday, October 25th, 2008, 10:00 AM, Bartholomew Park, 5201 Berkman Drive. The Parks and Recreation Forestry Division, Catellus, Tree Folks and The Austin Parks Foundation will spearhead a multifaceted event focused on the cooling and shading benefits of trees.

An Arbor Day program and planting of tree groves will also take place as part of the festivities. The first 100 volunteers will receive a free 5 gallon live oak tree, and all other participants will receive a free tree seedling. Other event elements include live music by Bill Oliver and the Otter Space Band and a disc golf tournament run by volunteers from Waterloo Disc Golf club. City departments and nonprofit organizations will host tree and environmentally related booths. The International Society of Arboriculture Texas Chapter will operate a tree climbing station. This Arbor Day celebration will focus on the importance of trees, and volunteers will work toward the addition of new tree groves that visitors to Bartholomew Park will enjoy for years to come. The trees contribute to the City’s climate protection and help Austin in its goal to become a “Green City.” A valuable part of our infrastructure, trees provide shade, reduce the urban heat island effect, lower the cooling of buildings, the heating costs of structures, and cool the areas immediately surrounding them. The Parks and Recreation Department welcomes the Austin community to this family friendly event.

As Austin continues to grow, it is important to recognize the importance of trees and the ways they improve our quality of life. For more information contact Leigh Martin at 512-440-5162 or visit www.ci.austin.tx.us/parks/arborday.htm.