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#1 2019-02-23 20:06:52 - Interesting day in Oxford

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Interesting day in Oxford

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#2 2019-02-23 20:09:12 - Interesting day in Oxford

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#3 2019-02-23 20:10:27 - Interesting day in Oxford

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One of my favorites......

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#4 2019-02-23 20:12:21 - Interesting day in Oxford

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#5 2019-02-23 20:57:37 - Interesting day in Oxford

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The Red Sox hat just ruins it.


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#6 2019-02-23 21:33:48 - Interesting day in Oxford

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Fashionable, about a year ago, dweebs!


We still suck bigtime.

If it's bad they're for it, if it's good they're against it - democrats!

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#7 2019-02-23 21:45:55 - Interesting day in Oxford

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where's bdr tickle bear when ewe need it/him/her/that/blah???


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#8 2019-02-23 21:52:23 - Interesting day in Oxford

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stinkfist wrote:

where's bdr tickle bear when ewe need it/him/her/that/blah???

Clearly Confederates of all ranks have more important things to do than posting here today.


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#9 2019-02-23 21:55:49 - Interesting day in Oxford

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...If Dooty saw this he'd have a stroke.

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#10 2019-02-23 21:57:38 - Interesting day in Oxford

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What's the deal with the Ole Miss hardwood? It looks like about a third of their court had to be hastily replaced and they couldn't quite make things match. Check out the part surrounding "Ole."

Say what you want about Reed Green, but at least the court doesn't look like it came from three different species of tree.


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#11 2019-02-23 22:55:35 - Interesting day in Oxford

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AndreWhere wrote:

What's the deal with the Ole Miss hardwood? .

I was just jealous to see that Sonic is a proud sponsor of Ole Miss hoops.

Did they have any students show up in support for their team or is parking an issue at their venue as well?


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#12 2019-02-23 23:01:01 - Interesting day in Oxford

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Nugget's Ghostbuster wrote:
AndreWhere wrote:

What's the deal with the Ole Miss hardwood? .

I was just jealous to see that Sonic is a proud sponsor of Ole Miss hoops.

Did they have any students show up in support for their team or is parking an issue at their venue as well?

Oxford doesn't strike me as the kind of place where parking spots are in short supply.


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#13 2019-02-24 10:55:02 - Interesting day in Oxford

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AndreWhere wrote:

What's the deal with the Ole Miss hardwood? It looks like about a third of their court had to be hastily replaced and they couldn't quite make things match. Check out the part surrounding "Ole."

Say what you want about Reed Green, but at least the court doesn't look like it came from three different species of tree.

That place is disgustingly wonderful. SEC dollars have put them in a position many large metro areas can’t touch. I hate it but that venue is first class. F old miss and the SEC!

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#14 2019-02-24 11:05:15 - Interesting day in Oxford

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The picture doesn't show the whole thing, but I believe it's the state of MS in a different color wood.

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#15 2019-02-24 11:17:35 - Interesting day in Oxford

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EagleFWB wrote:

The picture doesn't show the whole thing, but I believe it's the state of MS in a different color wood.

Oh, thanks. I can kind of see the NW border now that you mention it.


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#16 2019-02-24 20:50:52 - Interesting day in Oxford

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Disrespect the USA to protest the Confederates? Rich!


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#17 2019-02-24 21:26:37 - Interesting day in Oxford

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Disrespect the USA to protest the Confederates? Rich!

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#18 2019-02-25 08:55:09 - Interesting day in Oxford

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This same thread on Golden Eagle Pride turned into a shitfest due to one guy in particular that is completely intolerant of anyone else’s opinion.  He is under the impression that only his viewpoint matters and furthermore, misunderstands and attributes information to posters that didn’t say what he says they said.  Whether we agree with each other or not, we are all entitled to our own opinions on this subject and any others.  Additionally, when rendering an opinion on a message board that does not directly mention another poster, there is no need in attacking that posters’ views.  By and large, this unfiltered board somehow does a great job of that.  Surely we don’t all have the same opinion on everything but I’ve really yet to see that here. 

With that said, being an Ole Miss fan here will surely get you attacked...but that is different.  Hahahaha


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#19 2019-02-25 10:46:20 - Interesting day in Oxford

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USMstang wrote:

With that said, being an Ole Miss fan here will surely get you attacked...

We love BDR. He will even treat you to dinner at O’Charleys if you are visiting Hattiesburg from out of state....

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