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Aggie, Longhorns and everything Texas

Group for all Texans and those who would to rather be in Texas.

Location: Texas
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Latest Activity: Dec 4

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Texas Humor 17 Replies

Started by CWO3ROBBIE. Last reply by Aggie Nov 19.

MeWe 2 Replies

Started by Julia A Knaake. Last reply by Julia A Knaake Sep 3.

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Comment by Aggie on December 4, 2018 at 12:01am

"I love the Aggie spirit, I like the academic excellence of the place, and I love every single day that I spend on the A&M campus. I'm proud to be part of this school, and I'm proud to be an Aggie." – President George H.W. Bush

Comment by Julia A Knaake on November 28, 2018 at 4:57pm

Beautiful dog

Comment by Layla on November 28, 2018 at 5:35am

My oldest daughter has her undergrad degree from A&M. Love Reveille!

Comment by Aggie on November 26, 2018 at 1:52pm

Four. Way. Cross. Aggie Band LSU halftime. Listen to the 12th Man roar! https://youtu.be/G6slWo-zPO4

Comment by Aggie on November 26, 2018 at 1:48pm
Comment by Aggie on November 25, 2018 at 7:17pm

Reveille the highest-ranking member of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets.
Comment by Aggie on November 25, 2018 at 11:06am

After 7 years, 7 overtimes number 22 beat number 7. Score 74-72 with 101,501 of my friends. The game goes down as the highest scoring game ever in college football history and matches the longest game in SEC and NCAA history.
Comment by Aggie on November 22, 2018 at 7:31am

Did you know that Texas might have hosted the first Thanksgiving in North America? Some residents in El Paso claim that the day actually commemorates a day of thanksgiving celebrated by Spanish explorer Juan de Oñate and his expedition on April 30, 1598.
Juan de Oñate was a member of a distinguished family that had loyally worked for the Spanish crown. He was granted land in the northern Rio Grande Valley among the Pueblo Indians by the viceroy of New Spain.
By early March 1598, Oñate's expedition of 500 people, including soldiers, colonists, wives and children and 7,000 head of livestock, was ready to cross the treacherous Chihuahuan Desert. Almost from the beginning of the 50-day march, nature challenged the Spaniards. Finally, for the last five days of the march before reaching the Rio Grande, the expedition ran out of both food and water. The Rio Grande was the salvation of the expedition, however. After recuperating for 10 days, Oñate ordered a day of thanksgiving for the survival of the expedition. Included in the event was a feast, supplied with game by the Spaniards and with fish by the natives of the region. A mass was said by the Franciscan missionaries traveling with the expedition. And finally, Oñate read La Toma -- the taking -- declaring the land drained by the Great River to be the possession of King Philip II of Spain.
Information courtesy of the Texas Almanac.

Comment by Aggie on November 19, 2018 at 9:04pm

Welcome back, Layla!

Comment by Julia A Knaake on November 11, 2018 at 4:31pm

Kick Up Your Heels

I am cool today
Nothing to say

So come what may
When I do I'll play

When in dismay
I'll give you a "hey"

Here is what I say
I'm not cool today

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