ttaghorn says "Yep I'm From Texas" and prompts posters to put down what they love about the Lone Star State. Posters from other states can't quite understand the pride, but native Texan bck031 certainly does: "People outside of the state do not understand Texas pride. My wife moved here from CA, and now considers herself a Texan. I was born and raised in the great state of Texas. My great grand father?s picture hangs in the capital, as he has a lot to do with Texas history. People fro CA and NY will never get Texas, but I can tell you I have traveled all over the country from Maine to CA, and I can never wait to get back to Texas. I am at least an 8th generation Texas, and I have friends all over the country, but they still call Texas home, bring born and raised here. So to all of you Texans across the country, wherever you may be now, Texas will always be open to its native sons and daughters. Come back home when you get the chance. Join the conversation
Did Lance Armstrong admit to doping? srr50 certainly doesn't think that's the case: "So basically the people who say there is no way that Lance could do what he did after surviving cancer without performance enhancing drugs are now saying that he used them before the cancer and before he started to win? Right. Sure. Whatever." Join the conversation
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