Discussion in 'Sports' started by YankeeVol, Sep 24, 2011.
I want Clemson to win. Beautiful campus
CU up 14-3 in the 1st QTR
Hell of a throw by Trickett
Not the smartest throw nor was it really that good, but it worked
Taj Boyd is looking pretty good
Clemson is Auburn with a lake. A bunch of halfwitted farmjacks who delude themselves into thinking anyone outside their cowshit stained town gives a damn about them.
Clemson is a good academic shool. Better than UT
If FSU can't stop them here it's over
You say that as if it changes the fact it's a school in the middle of no [dadgum] where whose students are a bunch of cow fornicating hayseeds and the best bar is an abandonded gas station. It doesn't. Also, the fact Clemson is a national leader in breeding humans with cattle doesn't make them Harvard. It makes them Auburn East.
When's the last time you were in Clemson?
2009. Oh, let me guess. You're going to tell me how much it has changed and how it now rivals the Ivys for natural beauty on campus and NYU for things to do in a small radius around campus.
No. I just like the small town thing. Sorry all of us don't love cities.
I hate Clemson's fans, traditions, sports teams and school colors. The campus is okay.
I've realized recently that I am completely incapable of understanding this line of reasoning. I mean, I'm fine with a small town, if I have a good city within 20 minutes or so. I never disliked growing up in one (or, really, 30 minutes outside of a small town). But, I think I would shoot someone, or worse, myself, if I had to live in that small of a town now.
I went to a regional engineering conference there while in college. I had a blast, but the fun pretty much centered around various parties that were being thrown in the hotel rooms at their campus hotel. There was a decent bar as well, but I don't remember enough about it to actually relay what it might have been or been called ... hazy.
I hate hearing the term "hardball" for asphalt. I had never heard it until I joined the Army and now I just view it as one of the many stupid words the Army came up with instead of using traditional words.
You're certainly not alone. I'm just not in that boat. I'm not sure what the mental aspects are that really drive one either way. I enjoy a great view and the outdoors - so if someone wants to go that route, I can understand it in some ways, though I would still want a city nearby. However, there are a ton of small towns in this country that don't have nice scenery and are generally not very appealing aesthetically. I'm lost on the draw.
That said, I like living with driving distance of restaurants and grocery stores, but I like to walk outside at night, look up and it be dark enough that I can see the stars.
I grew up where it was 40 minutes round trip for gas, milk, etc. I won't do that again - though I didn't really mind it growing up.
I find that cool anytime I go back home - but it's more of a novelty. I love it when I'm there, but I can go to them when I want to see them.
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