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FILO_girl
04-25-2008, 08:37 PM
I'm just sayin'...in case you forgot.

Plus my stir stick needed a work out...been too long....:tease:

TexanSam
04-25-2008, 11:22 PM
I park in Orange Lot, but my dad and I never tailgate. We get there too late lol.

Bull Pen 1
04-25-2008, 11:31 PM
I park in Orange Lot, but my dad and I never tailgate. We get there too late lol.

Don't worry noone else does either.

Is that what you were looking for FILOGIRL:fans:

sakebomb
04-26-2008, 09:55 AM
Low blow BP1. :spit:

neg rep coming your way. LOL

Just kidding.

FILO_girl
04-26-2008, 10:04 AM
Don't worry noone else does either.

Is that what you were looking for FILOGIRL:fans:

Must not be that bad a place to party, there has been multiple sightings of some character with BULL PEN 1 on his jersey in Orange. :chickendance:

Tedc
04-26-2008, 11:03 AM
I guess I can't visit if it means some sort of voting system that was concocted in your head whilste on an alcohol induced daydream.

The orange lot rules the orange lot.

All colors are great and equal in my view.

texanmojo
04-26-2008, 11:58 AM
All colors are great and equal in my view.

Agreed...each lot has its own charm. If you don't like 1 particular lot...try another.

FILO_girl
04-26-2008, 12:02 PM
I guess I can't visit if it means some sort of voting system that was concocted in your head whilste on an alcohol induced daydream.

The orange lot rules the orange lot.

All colors are great and equal in my view.

Hmmm, guess I'd have to drink to get alcohol induced. You can visit, no one is stopping you...or are they....:stirpot:

Texan_Bill
04-26-2008, 01:46 PM
FILO,

where
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Tedc
04-26-2008, 05:56 PM
FILO,

where
http://www.ringwald.com/images/j0091883.gifhappens

You didn't......:elle: .

FILO_girl
04-27-2008, 09:48 AM
FILO,

where
http://www.ringwald.com/images/j0091883.gifhappens










:whistle:
Orange....where all the action is!

Tedc
04-27-2008, 10:01 AM
Where was Filo on draft day?? We missed you.


We got to visit with Hobie and his better half but the Filos seemed awfully quiet.

Was there tailgating in the orange lot??

hobie
04-27-2008, 10:15 AM
We did our share to represent...was a heck of a time yesterday...!

Nice talking with you guys and look forward to it again this season!

FILO_girl
04-27-2008, 01:43 PM
Where was Filo on draft day?? We missed you.


We got to visit with Hobie and his better half but the Filos seemed awfully quiet.

Was there tailgating in the orange lot??

I told you that is where all the action is! LOL!

We are just too busy right now, plus all our equipment is in Webster with friends who borrowed it for their wedding...

I still have to meet Hobie, heard many great things about you from Jen and Elle. :)

gary
04-27-2008, 03:15 PM
Where was Filo on draft day?? We missed you.


We got to visit with Hobie and his better half but the Filos seemed awfully quiet.

Was there tailgating in the orange lot?? They were busy helping me with:www.thegaryjlynnfoundation.org.

nut
05-07-2008, 11:22 PM
Sorry, Filo, your information is incorrect. Yellow lot rules. Try it, you'll like it.

Dean 74
05-08-2008, 07:56 AM
Sorry, Filo, your information is incorrect. Yellow lot rules. Try it, you'll like it.

if i wanna picnic on pavement, i'll go to a mall.
yellow rules period.
-74

FILO_girl
05-08-2008, 09:11 PM
if i wanna picnic on pavement, i'll go to a mall.
yellow rules period.
-74

You folks on grass are an interesting lot...I prefer NOT to be on grass personally...:wacko:

Drew_Smoke
05-08-2008, 09:29 PM
Some like being on grass. It makes the day go by faster.

FILO_girl
06-04-2008, 05:59 PM
Some like being on grass. It makes the day go by faster.
I'd rather B-12 through my day.

Yellow is in Waller County...cool if you like to hike in to every game. :jogger:

Orange lot rules...y'all will come around to the reality of this soon enough.

Tedc
06-04-2008, 06:04 PM
I'd rather B-12 through my day.

Yellow is in Waller County...cool if you like to hike in to every game. :jogger:

Orange lot rules...y'all will come around to the reality of this soon enough.

The last time I got close to the orange lot there was a guy running around in a blowup sex toy doll outfit with a thong.


Creeped me out!!!

Double Barrel
06-04-2008, 06:05 PM
The last time I got close to the orange lot there was a guy running around in a blowup sex toy doll outfit with a thong.


Creeped me out!!!

That's hobie. He just wanted to be your friend! :hobie:

Texan_Bill
06-04-2008, 06:25 PM
Orange lot rules...y'all will come around to the reality of this soon enough.

Orange / FILO..... "Fear the balloon!"

Dayad
06-04-2008, 09:46 PM
Count me in for the Orange Lot.

texanmojo
06-04-2008, 11:34 PM
You folks on grass are an interesting lot...I prefer NOT to be on grass personally...:wacko:

Yeah...tell me about this is August...when its 100+ degrees outside...

Carr Bombed
06-05-2008, 12:42 AM
That's hobie. He just wanted to be your friend! :hobie:

WTH, how long have we had a dancing wiener smilie? LOL

hobie
06-05-2008, 09:43 AM
That's hobie. He just wanted to be your friend! :hobie:

DB- I am everyones friend as you have seen from our tailgate parties !!! :hobie:

Yeah, we love our grass over in the orange though....

FILO_girl
06-05-2008, 08:38 PM
Yeah...tell me about this is August...when its 100+ degrees outside...
Been there since year 1...:fans:

Tedc
06-05-2008, 10:15 PM
The last time I got close to the orange lot there was a guy running around in a blowup sex toy doll outfit with a thong.


Creeped me out!!!


Funny story.....

I have a pic of Filo Doc dressed up in his "Patty" pretties right down to the pastie tassles...posted it on Photobucket to be able to add to this thread when I got home from work...went to my account and found that the image is blocked because of violations!!:spit:

SheTexan
06-06-2008, 10:40 AM
Thought we'd gotten past this "my lot is better than your lot" attitude. Guess not!

I know a couple who tailgates (FULL OUT) in their driveway before a game. Convenience of home, air conditioning if they want it, clean bathrooms, neighborhood involvement, etc. They have about 20-30 people who join them. They have designated drivers to get them all to the game. They told me it doesn't matter where you tailgate as long as you are having fun, enjoying your friends, and supporting the TEXANS!! I agree with them totally!!!!


HAVE FUN, wherever you are!!:)

hobie
06-06-2008, 10:48 AM
Thought we'd gotten past this "my lot is better than your lot" attitude. Guess not!

I know a couple who tailgates (FULL OUT) in their driveway before a game. Convenience of home, air conditioning if they want it, clean bathrooms, neighborhood involvement, etc. They have about 20-30 people who join them. They have designated drivers to get them all to the game. They told me it doesn't matter where you tailgate as long as you are having fun, enjoying your friends, and supporting the TEXANS!! I agree with them totally!!!!


HAVE FUN, wherever you are!!:)

Exactly, and I hope you and some of your Platinum folks venture over our way this season....I'm sure you've been told we do it good, so G'ma, come on over, I'll hook you up proper !!

DiapHer
06-06-2008, 12:07 PM
Exactly, and I hope you and some of your Platinum folks venture over our way this season....I'm sure you've been told we do it good, so G'ma, come on over, I'll hook you up proper !!


Someone needs to dragg her a$$ over on a motorized scooter...but I think she got that banned after she used it the last time she went to the orange lot with Filo_Doc :jogger:

hobie
06-06-2008, 12:16 PM
Someone needs to dragg her a$$ over on a motorized scooter...but I think she got that banned after she used it the last time she went to the orange lot with Filo_Doc :jogger:

So if we set it up to have a chariot with two Roman dressed men bring her over, she'd consider it....Of course there would be 1 feeding her grapes and 1 fanning her with a big leaf !

DiapHer
06-06-2008, 12:22 PM
So if we set it up to have a chariot with two Roman dressed men bring her over, she'd consider it....Of course there would be 1 feeding her grapes and 1 fanning her with a big leaf !


Not that I can speak for her...BUT she would be there in a heart beat if you had that set up for her :jogger:

76Texan
06-06-2008, 12:25 PM
Betta have them fitted in tights! http://texanstalk.com/forums/images/icons/icon10.gif

FILO_girl
06-06-2008, 12:27 PM
Funny story.....

I have a pic of Filo Doc dressed up in his "Patty" pretties right down to the pastie tassles...posted it on Photobucket to be able to add to this thread when I got home from work...went to my account and found that the image is blocked because of violations!!:spit:
Now THAT is funny! :spit:

FILO_girl
06-06-2008, 12:30 PM
[QUOTE=SheTexan;932707]Thought we'd gotten past this "my lot is better than your lot" attitude. Guess not!

No need to be all serious, just having fun as usual...

SheTexan
06-07-2008, 04:54 AM
Exactly, and I hope you and some of your Platinum folks venture over our way this season....I'm sure you've been told we do it good, so G'ma, come on over, I'll hook you up proper !!

I got it all worked out Hobie. Gonna buy one of those motorized ice chest, maybe. One big enough for my fat behind will cost about $600!!!:thisbig:

Drew_Smoke
06-07-2008, 09:46 AM
I got it all worked out Hobie. Gonna buy one of those motorized ice chest, maybe. One big enough for my fat behind will cost about $600!!!:thisbig:

Be careful Gma. You know Roc is your boy and is just looking out for you. Guess we all need that DWI lawyer on speed dial?

WHITEHALL - In case you were wondering, a motorized cooler on wheels is a motor vehicle under state law.

A Whitehall man learned that on Memorial Day, when he was charged with driving while intoxicated after police pulled him over for swerving and driving on the sidewalk on a four-wheeled, motorized cooler known as a "Cruzin Cooler."

Leslie J. "Bomber" Marr, 57, could face felony DWI and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle charges because of prior arrests and convictions in drinking-and-driving cases, said Whitehall Police Chief Richard LaChapelle.

The electricity-powered Cruzin Cooler that Marr was riding contained 14 beers, the chief said.
LaChapelle said Whitehall Police Patrolman Andrew Mija stopped Marr at about 7:45 p.m. after the officer saw Marr swerving and preparing to cross William Street on the motorized cooler.

The machine has handlebars, and its operator sits on a seat atop the cooler, LaChapelle said.

"We were told it can do up to 12 mph," the chief said.

Marr had apparently just left the nearby American Legion Post 83, but it was unclear where he was going, LaChapelle said. He was not headed toward his Lafayette Street home, and he refused to take a breath test, the chief said.

Marr had apparently been working at the American Legion post earlier in the day, according to police.

Marr was charged with misdemeanor counts of DWI and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, and also was cited for operating an uninsured motor vehicle.

He was released pending prosecution in Whitehall Village Court.

The Cruzin Cooler was seized by police, the chief said.

No listed phone number for Marr could be found Monday.

Washington County District Attorney Kevin Kortright said the scooter is considered a motor vehicle under state law.

"They tell us he's been riding around town on that cooler for years," Kortright said. "You can't cruise around on your cooler if you're intoxicated."

Cruzin Coolers generally run on 300-watt to 500-watt motors similar to those used on other motorized scooters, but there are some models that run on gasoline.

The company's Web site boasts the vehicles can travel up to 13 mph and pull up to 400 pounds. Price-wise, they begin at about $300.

They are legal in New York, according to the company's Web site.

SheTexan
06-08-2008, 12:07 PM
Be careful Gma. You know Roc is your boy and is just looking out for you. Guess we all need that DWI lawyer on speed dial?

WHITEHALL - In case you were wondering, a motorized cooler on wheels is a motor vehicle under state law.

A Whitehall man learned that on Memorial Day, when he was charged with driving while intoxicated after police pulled him over for swerving and driving on the sidewalk on a four-wheeled, motorized cooler known as a "Cruzin Cooler."

Leslie J. "Bomber" Marr, 57, could face felony DWI and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle charges because of prior arrests and convictions in drinking-and-driving cases, said Whitehall Police Chief Richard LaChapelle.

The electricity-powered Cruzin Cooler that Marr was riding contained 14 beers, the chief said.
LaChapelle said Whitehall Police Patrolman Andrew Mija stopped Marr at about 7:45 p.m. after the officer saw Marr swerving and preparing to cross William Street on the motorized cooler.

The machine has handlebars, and its operator sits on a seat atop the cooler, LaChapelle said.

"We were told it can do up to 12 mph," the chief said.

Marr had apparently just left the nearby American Legion Post 83, but it was unclear where he was going, LaChapelle said. He was not headed toward his Lafayette Street home, and he refused to take a breath test, the chief said.

Marr had apparently been working at the American Legion post earlier in the day, according to police.

Marr was charged with misdemeanor counts of DWI and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, and also was cited for operating an uninsured motor vehicle.

He was released pending prosecution in Whitehall Village Court.

The Cruzin Cooler was seized by police, the chief said.

No listed phone number for Marr could be found Monday.

Washington County District Attorney Kevin Kortright said the scooter is considered a motor vehicle under state law.

"They tell us he's been riding around town on that cooler for years," Kortright said. "You can't cruise around on your cooler if you're intoxicated."

Cruzin Coolers generally run on 300-watt to 500-watt motors similar to those used on other motorized scooters, but there are some models that run on gasoline.

The company's Web site boasts the vehicles can travel up to 13 mph and pull up to 400 pounds. Price-wise, they begin at about $300.

They are legal in New York, according to the company's Web site.


That's funny, but sad. Don't think he would be in much danger to anyone other than himself though.

As for ME, I am still lookin into buying one. BUT, the TEXANS banned motorized scooters, etc, on the lots a long time ago. I saw a dude on one of the ice chest at just about every game last year though. I thought it was frickin COOL!!! I wonder if I would get arrested for hauling Dr Pepper around!!:aggressive:

OzzO
06-08-2008, 12:15 PM
Be careful Gma. You know Roc is your boy and is just looking out for you. Guess we all need that DWI lawyer on speed dial?

WHITEHALL - In case you were wondering, a motorized cooler on wheels is a motor vehicle under state law.

A Whitehall man learned that on Memorial Day, when he was charged with driving while intoxicated after police pulled him over for swerving and driving on the sidewalk on a four-wheeled, motorized cooler known as a "Cruzin Cooler."....

Well, yeah - if you go driving stuff intoxicated on the street or sidewalk - I'm sure it doesn't matter what your driving.

For example, a lawn mower (http://youtube.com/watch?v=RNPxIibhcKY&feature=related)

Drew_Smoke
06-08-2008, 05:20 PM
Well, yeah - if you go driving stuff intoxicated on the street or sidewalk - I'm sure it doesn't matter what your driving.

For example, a lawn mower (http://youtube.com/watch?v=RNPxIibhcKY&feature=related)


Its still punk arse and not in the spirit of the law.

hobie
06-25-2008, 08:27 AM
Regardless of whats been said, the Orange Lot does rule !! All ya'll other lots are just that, other lots !!

Just having some fun...Man, the season is fast approaching and I can't wait to get back into it with all you guys !!!

This season I'm planning on touring the lots, so....if you don't mind, I'd love to pop in and meet so of you guys! Then again, you are all welcome to come by our piece of the Orange Lot whenever you chose ! Yes, you too DB ! :cowboy1:

FILO_girl
06-29-2008, 11:12 AM
Regardless of whats been said, the Orange Lot does rule !! All ya'll other lots are just that, other lots !!

Just having some fun...Man, the season is fast approaching and I can't wait to get back into it with all you guys !!!

This season I'm planning on touring the lots, so....if you don't mind, I'd love to pop in and meet so of you guys! Then again, you are all welcome to come by our piece of the Orange Lot whenever you chose ! Yes, you too DB ! :cowboy1:

I have said that for 5 years...made it to Blue a couple times. So much going on at home that it hard to leave! I have been to Plat a couple times, during the off season events. :shades:

The Yeller Dwellers have it going on from the pics I have seen...wish they weren't so far out there...I'd like to experience those who tailgate on grass...
:wacko:

hobie
06-30-2008, 08:02 AM
I have said that for 5 years...made it to Blue a couple times. So much going on at home that it hard to leave! I have been to Plat a couple times, during the off season events. :shades:

The Yeller Dwellers have it going on from the pics I have seen...wish they weren't so far out there...I'd like to experience those who tailgate on grass...
:wacko:

I've been around the lots.....Yellow is a great place, but as you said from the Orange lot, it is a hike. Blue is nice, seems to be more corporate themed with the big rigs they have, but hey, to each their own, and Plat.went last year, those guys are pretty cool...

Not sure what games I will be wandering, but I will need to swing by yours, as Jen said your setup is nice...