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About GBarksdale

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  • Birthday 01/20/1963

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  1. Yeah I don't get that. It's an even more ridiculous ripoff of Tech's silly guns up.
  2. At least we don't have to worry about this. https://bearinsider.com/forums/2/topics/90003
  3. For the record, nothing wrong with double-tracking.😐
  4. Yeah, I went to a couple alumni events when they were having them here a few years ago. So, I know there is an alumn presence here. I'd definitely be up for getting together somewhere for a watch party.
  5. Lived at home, then a condo on W. Hickory called Hickory Village.
  6. Well, some UTSA fans are aiming higher than the AAC. 🤣 I would never want to join the ACC. UTSA should be shooting for the Big 12 or PAC 12. http://www.rowdytalk.com/showthread.php/10616-Source-Big-East-votes-to-invite-UConn-to-rejoin
  7. Yeah, that's what one poster on their forum mentioned. Funny - for all their disdain for us, there's even more disdain for them on the Houston board. 😄
  8. Nah. Just let them drown in their own delusions.
  9. smuT fans are asking the same question. http://www.ponyfans.com/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=87202
  10. Yeah, I don't think Wikipedia knows about it either. That's why they posted this at the top of the article: The topic of this article may not meet Wikipedia's general notability guideline...If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be merged, redirected, or deleted.
  11. Also -- take advantage of 529 plans. In Virginia we have a bunch of account options -- and some of them have really good rates of return. It's not like you have to have a ton of disposable income to contribute. Just a little here and there adds up over the years, especially the accounts that track the market. The rules vary by state, but generally they're a good way to cushion the blow of college costs.
  12. I was there in the 80s and had a couple of friends who took out loans. For most, their parents paid the bill or, like me, they worked part time jobs. I took around 12 hrs a semester and worked around 30 hours a week. Took me 5 years, but I was able to pay my own way. But tuition was reasonable then and it was fairly easy to work your way through if you could. But today's costs are insane. It's virtually impossible for kids to work part time and pay their own now.
  13. Yeah, I've been checking that out. Kinda miss strolling through the valley of tears that was Rowdy Talk, though.
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