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406bleedsblue

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  1. During the BCS era, I always rooted for the underdog. Now, because it's the top G5 team that gets the NY6 bowl bid, I find myself rooting for the P5 team (in hope's that Boise can get the auto-bid). In tonight's game, WSU vs Houston, I find myself once again rooting for the "bigger team". Kinda sucks but I guess it is what it is.
  2. Name: Jason Buchanan Hometown: Grew up all over Eastern Oregon but I live in Winston, MT. University and Degree: Nope Occupation: Dirty tower hand Teams: BSU, life long skins fan but converted to the Cowboys because of BSU Interests: Travelling, hunting, college football and hanging out with the wife and kid Dislikes: Dumb asses, kettle heads, window lickers etc.. Favorite Activities: Drinking and racing cars On my playlist: Chris Ledoux Married/Kids/Pets: Yes, yes and yes. Our dogs names are Kellen and Ajayi Miscellaneous: I make your cell phones work, piss me off and you won't be able to call for help lol.
  3. I know that I have posted this before but...I come from a long line of cops. Those in my family that aren't cops, have usually been arrested by the side that is. I have been around cop family members and their friends that can be completely piles of shit. I have also been around some that are absolutely great people. I have had waaaay more run-ins with the law than the normal person (yes, I was on the wrong side of the law for many years). Those that say all cops are bad and those that say all cops are heroes are idiots. Cops are people, plain and simple. Don't be a dumb ass, do as you are asked, be respectful and they will do the same for you (except the .01% that give the rest of them a bad rep).
  4. Everyone that's not behind the wheel of the car that I'm driving is a complete moron or fvcking idiot.
  5. I grew up in the Boise area and have always pronounced it boy-z. I know it drives people crazy but that's just how I've always said it
  6. And I thought this might be a thread that my wife would finally be interested in.
  7. While I don't disagree with you, I'll keep all of this in mind when a lady wants me to lift something heavy, get something off of the top shelf, open a jar, fix something etc. It works both ways.
  8. Lol, that's funny. We ended up staying in Plentywood for almost a year. Once the locals realized that we weren't oil field workers, they were nice as could be.
  9. I worked in Williston a few years ago (not in the oil fields) and you are 1000% correct. My wife and daughter came to visit me and I wouldn't let them leave the hotel without me. Never care to see that place again.
  10. Don't confuse our sisters with your mom.
  11. He'd have to get out of his mom's basement in order to have kids.
  12. I live an hour north of Bozeman and this sums it up perfectly 👍
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