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Tailgate
10-01-2008, 07:31 PM
Seems as though when talking about his new stadium during an interview, he kinda round about took a shot as us as fans. Hmm..

http://blogs.chron.com/jeromesolomon/2008/10/jerry_jones_calls_the_texans_c.html

While I never get into the running war between the two cities Dallas stinks and Houston is great, so what is there to fight about? I thought some of you might be a bit peeved at the owner of the Dallas Cowboys, regarding his latest statement vis--vis Houston.

"The Cowboys have never been about checkered tablecloths and boots and hats," Jones told the Los Angeles Times. "They've been about glitz and glitter. Leave the other stuff to the Houston Texans."

My question is: Was he taking a shot at Houston, which might tick all of us off, or just the Texans, which would put him in a long line?

gwallaia
10-01-2008, 07:35 PM
Not about boots and hats? What the hell do real Cowboys wear?
That's a damn big hat and boots on Rowdy there.


http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v155/gwallaia/RowdyatTAKSPepRallyatJohnston.jpg

AnthonyE
10-01-2008, 07:38 PM
I glad were not associated with anything glitter, tbh.

gwallaia
10-01-2008, 07:39 PM
Oooh look, more boots.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v155/gwallaia/22.jpg

Tailgate
10-01-2008, 07:43 PM
Yeah I will go ahead avoid the sprinkling of glitter and stick to my boots and hat. Glitter up cowgirl!

ATX
10-01-2008, 07:45 PM
Checkered tablecloths? What the hell does that mean?

michaelm
10-01-2008, 07:50 PM
Who knows..? The guy is a snake oil salesman mixed with a latter day PT Barnum. Part of me thinks he was intentionally trying to stoke an in-state rivalry, which so far, has been pretty one sided.

On the other hand, it's virtually impossible for me to take him seriously as a result of his freakish similarity to Miss Jane Hathaway from The Beverly Hillbillies.

nunusguy
10-01-2008, 07:54 PM
"Glitz and glitter" is usually the kind of lanquage one uses when he takes a shot at another. You know, kinda like saying someone is "cheap and shallow".
But ole Jer, being the hick from Arkansas that he is, seems to think its a
cool or stylish compliment he's paid himself.

FILO_girl
10-01-2008, 07:58 PM
This is a good thing...think about it.



Do you want him LIKING anything about Houston?
How yuck would THAT be! :ohsnap: (where is the puke smilie??)

Hookem Horns
10-01-2008, 08:03 PM
Glitz, glitter, and obnoxious fans. That pretty much sums up why I have hated them my entire life.

DiehardChris
10-01-2008, 08:10 PM
Skeletor shoots himself in the foot when trying to take a shot at the Texans.

Glitz and glitter? That's just embarrassing - especially for a FOOTBALL team. I'm just fine with boots and tablecloths, thanks Jerry.

Hardcore Texan
10-01-2008, 09:21 PM
Who knows..? The guy is a snake oil salesman mixed with a latter day PT Barnum. Part of me thinks he was intentionally trying to stoke an in-state rivalry, which so far, has been pretty one sided.

On the other hand, it's virtually impossible for me to take him seriously as a result of his freakish similarity to Miss Jane Hathaway from The Beverly Hillbillies.

That's freaking hilarious!!! :spit:

ATXtexanfan
10-01-2008, 09:26 PM
just remind him about how jimmy won 3 superbowls while in dallas

StarStruck
10-01-2008, 09:37 PM
just remind him about how jimmy won 3 superbowls while in dallas


Jimmy won two Super Bowls while in Dallas.

ESAD2-14
10-01-2008, 09:41 PM
He forgot to add face lifts and criminal records to the glitz and glitter.

SheTexan
10-02-2008, 06:18 AM
Glitz, glitter, and obnoxious fans. That pretty much sums up why I have hated them my entire life.

Yep, that about sums it up for me too Hookem!!

Silver Oak
10-02-2008, 06:36 AM
Oooh look, more boots.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v155/gwallaia/22.jpg


didn't even notice she was wearing shoes due to other...distractions.

GlassHalfFull
10-02-2008, 06:43 AM
"The Cowboys have never been about checkered tablecloths and boots and hats," Jones told the Los Angeles Times.

You just gotta love a guy who can make that statement with a straight face. Or not. :splits:

Brando
10-02-2008, 07:27 AM
McNair chuckled when he read the quote.

“I’m not offended by what Jerry said,” McNair said with a laugh. “I’m glad he knows we’re the Texans. I’m proud to be a Texan and a Houstonian.

“It reminded me of Judge (Roy) Hofheinz when he was promoting the Astrodome in the ’60s. I don’t think it’s always about glitz and glitter. Houston’s a hardworking city, and the Texans are a hardworking team. I don’t see anything wrong with checkered tablecloths, hats and boots.”

chron (http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/hotstories/6035206.html)


http://www.dallasnews.com/img/photo/03-05/jones10.jpg


Yeah Jerry you do have glitz.:rolleyes: Leave the dancing to the cheerleaders please? I'm starting to remember why I hated the Cowboys...just like I hate the Titans....the owners of their teams(some obnoxious fans too).

Tedc
10-02-2008, 07:27 AM
He was talking in context of the new stadium and refering to the Texans and Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo partnership at Reliant.

It was still a dig.

Most annoying Cowboy fans won't be able to afford the PSL and tickets so he has to sell it as a luxury.

Brando
10-02-2008, 08:32 AM
from profootballtalk.....




With Cowboys owner Jerry Jones now realizing that itll cost money to call out game officials like Ed Hochuli, Jones will have to satisfy his urge to play verbal lawn darts with others.

Hes starting with the Houston Texans.

In a recent Los Angeles Times article regarding the Cowboys new stadium, Jones gave a quote that included a gratuitous slam at his neighbors to the south. The Cowboys have never been about checkered tablecloths and boots and hats, Jones said. Theyve been about glitz and glitter. Leave the other stuff to the Houston Texans.

Texans owner Bob McNair resisted the urge to turn the thing into a ten-gallon cat fight.

Im not offended by what Jerry said, McNair told the Houston Chronicle. Im glad he knows were the Texans. Im proud to be a Texan and a Houstonian. . . . Houstons a hardworking city, and the Texans are a hardworking team. I dont see anything wrong with checkered tablecloths, hats and boots.

McNair played this one just the right way, chuckling a bit as he took the high road. Though Jones has owned the Cowboys for 19 years, hes not a Texan hes an Arkans . . . an . . . sian. Its not the first time Jones has made true Texans cringe a little bit, and it surely wont be the last.:)
And while Jones comments werent all that inflammatory, they served no purpose other than to potentially piss off a portion of the state that is still trying to recover from Hurricane Ike.

pft (http://www.profootballtalk.com/2008/10/02/mcnair-doesnt-take-the-bait-from-jerry-jones/)

Hookem Horns
10-02-2008, 08:39 AM
Technically Bob McNair isn't a Texan either. He was born in Florida and grew up in the Carolinas. I thought there was some unwritten Texas law that you must be born here to be a real Texan. ;)

HoustonFrog
10-02-2008, 08:42 AM
I took this as a nothing story. What he said is basically true. the Texans fan base is appealing to the down home, tailgating, boots and hats people around here. That is a good thing and it fits. As a Cowboy fan they have always tried to be a little more glamour with the cheerleaders, the star, etc, etc. I actually don't think he meant anything by it except both teams have different marketing strategies and groups. I mean he and McNair are buds. He knows what the pulse is.

nunusguy
10-02-2008, 09:15 AM
I took this as a nothing story. What he said is basically true. the Texans fan base is appealing to the down home, tailgating, boots and hats people around here. That is a good thing and it fits. As a Cowboy fan they have always tried to be a little more glamour with the cheerleaders, the star, etc, etc. I actually don't think he meant anything by it except both teams have different marketing strategies and groups. I mean he and McNair are buds. He knows what the pulse is.
I think you're from Ft.Worth, right H-F ? That brings me to my question, which
is how does Dallas get off spinning it such that FtW is a part that city ?
To me they have both been seperate and distinct citys each with their own history, though there is overlap. And so much is happening in the FtW-Arlington side of N.texas these days, especiually now with the Cowboys moving over there. The baseball team is already there. Then there's the Texas
Motor speedway. I mean if it's about sports (and in texas it certainly is), in N.TX its happening in Tarrant county. Right ?
Now I've been in Texas and Houston for a long-time, but I'm still not from the state so I have a different perspective than the natives like yourself.
First and most important, I fail to see much difference at all between N.Texas
and the Houston area, except that N.Texas has "less humidity". They always go on and on about that in N.Texas, though they have miserable, crappy
summers just like we do with temps in the 90s beginning in May and not
abating until October (yup its still at or close to 90, here and in N.Texas).
But Dallas (or Ft.Worth), is vastly different than Chicago, or Philly, or certainly
Seattle or San Fran. But different than Houston ? Not much at all really.
Thoughts ?

HoustonFrog
10-02-2008, 09:43 AM
I think you're from Ft.Worth, right H-F ? That brings me to my question, which
is how does Dallas get off spinning it such that FtW is a part that city ?
To me they have both been seperate and distinct citys each with their own history, though there is overlap. And so much is happening in the FtW-Arlington side of N.texas these days, especiually now with the Cowboys moving over there. The baseball team is already there. Then there's the Texas
Motor speedway. I mean if it's about sports (and in texas it certainly is), in N.TX its happening in Tarrant county. Right ?
Now I've been in Texas and Houston for a long-time, but I'm still not from the state so I have a different perspective than the natives like yourself.
First and most important, I fail to see much difference at all between N.Texas
and the Houston area, except that N.Texas has "less humidity". They always go on and on about that in N.Texas, though they have miserable, crappy
summers just like we do with temps in the 90s beginning in May and not
abating until October (yup its still at or close to 90, here and in N.Texas).
But Dallas (or Ft.Worth), is vastly different than Chicago, or Philly, or certainly
Seattle or San Fran. But different than Houston ? Not much at all really.
Thoughts ?

Ft. Worth and Dallas are not even close to each other...its 30 something miles, Arlington in between. Ft. Worth is pretty. Trees and some hills. TCUs campus, a great downtown, friendly, laid back, great arts and a place you'd raise a family. Dallas has some great things. My sister lives there in the Highland Park area and the homes are great, her friends and people I know are great but overall it is more about being dressed up, what car you drive and tries to be high brow. As far as differences physically between Houston and the DFW area. When i grew up it did seem like it was just pure 100 heat days and then you got a truer fall starting in October whereas here the humidity makes you sweat while it is hot and you really aren't sure when you will get your Fall. As a kid we used to have regular snow days in FW too..though it doesn't happen much now..must be global warming:)

So to your question, there are differences and it is more about the laid back nature of the towns. Ft. Worth and Houston have the same type people. Dallas tries harder to be upscale. I'm not saying it is a bad city and all but it is different in those ways. Its pretty obvious when you are there. I have two brothers that live in Arlington..one works with the Cowboys selling their new suites in the new stadium but works directly with JJ and the management. Anwyays, Arlington is hard to explain..Rangers, new Texas stadium, Six Flags and thousands of random restaurants. To me it has always just been the crazy fun area between Dallas and Ft. Worth but many live there and can commutwe either way. It reminds me of a burb here but with alot more to offer and alot more history behind it. The teams being there are more a product of land and money.

I'm not sure if any of this answers your questions but there are differences if you have spent two distinct times in your life in both areas. I think with the disatnce between the two people just assume the DFW area is all alike or they go to extremes and think Ft. Worth is still truly a Cowtown and Dallas is all big hair and super rich snobs. The funny thing is Ft. Worth has ALOT of old money and Dallas is more new money. Again, i think you'd find the similarities more between FW and Houston, sans size.

Ole Miss Texan
10-02-2008, 09:54 AM
I'd love to hear this response:

It's true we're about boots and hats and Mr. Jones is about glitz and glitter. I mean we're down to earth, friendly people here in Houston and Jerry... well, he likes glitter because he spends too much time with other women getting facials, manicures, and facelifts. I'm not trying to come down on the Cowboys or anything but we're just trying to win some playoff games and that's not something EITHER team has done in a while. I mean Jerry's got his way of doing things and lookin' silly and we've got our way... and actually look like men.

Signed,

Bob McNair

Double Barrel
10-02-2008, 10:02 AM
"The Cowboys have never been about checkered tablecloths and boots and hats," Jones told the Los Angeles Times. "They've been about glitz and glitter. Leave the other stuff to the Houston Texans."

Type "glitz glitter" into Google's image search (http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=glitz%20glitter&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wi). The first images are some teenage girl's angst-ridden blog, mascara, and Tinkerbell with flowers. The whole page is filled with makeup products and other girly stuff. yeah, you got us there, Jerrah. :rolleyes:

Texan_Bill
10-02-2008, 10:22 AM
Type "glitz glitter" into Google's image search (http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=glitz%20glitter&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wi). The first images are some teenage girl's angst-ridden blog, mascara, and Tinkerbell with flowers. The whole page is filled with makeup products and other girly stuff. yeah, you got us there, Jerrah. :rolleyes:

LMAO.. your link provided a few girly type images, lots of pinks and pastel colors. HOU-TEX would be happy *not that there's anything wrong with that HOU-TEX*

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Checkered table cloths?? Cool. I like little Italian restaraunts that sport the checkerboard table clots.....

nunusguy
10-02-2008, 10:24 AM
I'm not sure if any of this answers your questions but there are differences if you have spent two distinct times in your life in both areas. I think with the disatnce between the two people just assume the DFW area is all alike or they go to extremes and think Ft. Worth is still truly a Cowtown and Dallas is all big hair and super rich snobs. The funny thing is Ft. Worth has ALOT of old money and Dallas is more new money. Again, i think you'd find the similarities more between FW and Houston, sans size.

I'm talking fundamental, essential differences here between cities/areas: geology, climate, culture economics.
Dallasites idea of superiority because there was once a TV show called "Dallas" is superficial. Denver, just for example and comparison and to make my point, has something very real and profound in that the Rocky Mountains lie just to its west.

HOU-TEX
10-02-2008, 10:26 AM
LMAO.. your link provided a few girly type images, lots of pinks and pastel colors. HOU-TEX would be happy *not that there's anything wrong with that HOU-TEX*

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Checkered table cloths?? Cool. I like little Italian restaraunts that sport the checkerboard table clots.....

Um..who was wearing the pink shirt in the picture I posted the other day? Uh huh, that's what I thought.

Texan_Bill
10-02-2008, 10:28 AM
Um..who was wearing the pink shirt in the picture I posted the other day? Uh huh, that's what I thought.

That would be Jerry Jones Jr...... Your life partner.

Wolf
10-02-2008, 10:31 AM
http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news;_ylt=AlmHiTXwoyGufWtMfiG5V8lDubYF?slug=ap-cowboys-uh-ohto&prov=ap&type=lgns

:mshadows:

Texan_Bill
10-02-2008, 10:33 AM
http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news;_ylt=AlmHiTXwoyGufWtMfiG5V8lDubYF?slug=ap-cowboys-uh-ohto&prov=ap&type=lgns

:mshadows:

Is 'it' starting??

:popcorn:

HoustonFrog
10-02-2008, 11:09 AM
I'm talking fundamental, essential differences here between cities/areas: geology, climate, culture economics.
Dallasites idea of superiority because there was once a TV show called "Dallas" is superficial. Denver, just for example and comparison and to make my point, has something very real and profound in that the Rocky Mountains lie just to its west.

Well I stated some of the climate differences...there really seems to be in a distinct fall and winter in the DFW area compared to say here. Geologically, Dallas isn't anything off the charts location wise but in general I don't think alot of Texas does except Austin. I love al the cities and I think Ft. worth is semi-hilly and full of trees but Austin has the lakes, hills, views, etc. Dallas, Ft. Worth, San Antonio, Houston...your getting more flatlands and whatever is manmade.

Texans_Chick
10-02-2008, 11:23 AM
Technically Bob McNair isn't a Texan either. He was born in Florida and grew up in the Carolinas. I thought there was some unwritten Texas law that you must be born here to be a real Texan. ;)

Actually, I have a certificate naming me a Texan.

My father was in the military, and I moved around from state to state as a kid, changing schools every couple years. We eventually moved to Houston and I finally found a place that felt like home.

But I was confused at first to say where I was from. Eventually, after I lived here a long time, I petitioned the governor to make me a Texan. And I received a certificate in the mail. Really.

So, I guess McNair like a lot of us is a Texan by choice. In some ways, I love my state more than my youngest sister who has lived here all her life, because I don't take it for granted. Besides, how the heck could I move away--they don't have good Tex-Mex in other parts of the world.

Texans_Chick
10-02-2008, 11:25 AM
Oh, and here's my take on the Jerry Jones comment, in part:

Jerry Jones: Cowboys Are About 'Glitz and Glitter' (Insert Punchline Here) (http://nfl.fanhouse.com/2008/10/02/jerry-jones-cowboys-are-about-glitz-and-glitter-insert-punch/)

Jerrah. Let me splain something to you. I'm guessing that most Cowboy fans don't want to have their franchise described as "glitz and glitter." Perhaps it's less of a pejorative than "cocaine, mugshots and whores" so I suppose Dallas fans have that going for them.

Even so, you might as well have added "unicorns, rainbows and fairy dust" in your description. Even a fellow from Arkansas should figure out that most football-watching menfolk don't want their team described as glittery.

Texan_Bill
10-02-2008, 11:27 AM
Ft. Worth and Dallas are not even close to each other...its 30 something miles, Arlington in between. Ft. Worth is pretty.

Not sure where you're going with that Frog, but it's like 45 miles from Bush Airport to NASA, without ever leaving the City of Houston. Thus, 30 miles is close.

HoustonFrog
10-02-2008, 11:28 AM
Not sure where you're going with that Frog, but it's like 45 miles from Bush Airport to NASA, without ever leaving the City of Houston. Thus, 30 miles is close.

What I meant, alluding to his question, is that miles between may not be great but the cities themselves are completely distinct.

hobie
10-02-2008, 11:30 AM
Not sure where you're going with that Frog, but it's like 45 miles from Bush Airport to NASA, without ever leaving the City of Houston. Thus, 30 miles is close.

Yeah, but it takes like close to 2 hours to drive it going down 45....*#%&# traffic !!

Texan_Bill
10-02-2008, 11:34 AM
What I meant, alluding to his question, is that miles between may not be great but the cities themselves are completely distinct.
I here what you're saying, but in the ultimate Dallasite v. Houstonian argument, Dallasites are made up of three (as you mention) distinctive cities as where Houstonians are, well, Houstonians.


Yeah, but it takes like close to 2 hours to drive it going down 45....*#%&# traffic !!

Right.... That's no joke.

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Back to topic. Jerrah, can have his glitz and glitter. It works well with the augmentations that he's received.

HoustonFrog
10-02-2008, 11:42 AM
I here what you're saying, but in the ultimate Dallasite v. Houstonian argument, Dallasites are made up of three (as you mention) distinctive cities as where Houstonians are, well, Houstonians.




Right.... That's no joke.

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Back to topic. Jerrah, can have his glitz and glitter. It works well with the augmentations that he's received.

See that is where I disagree. Dallasites are people in Dallas who live the way they do. Ft. Worth even has fights with Dallas about not wanting to be included with them. Arlington can do whatever but I'm from Ft. Worth, not Dallas and in no way grew up as a Dallasite. Just a fan of my local sports teams. I hated when I moved here and said I was from Ft. Worth and people would be like...so "how did you like Dallas?" I'd go, "I don't know, I didn't live there."

2BCF
10-02-2008, 12:05 PM
Jerry's right.

http://img262.imageshack.us/img262/6608/jjggsl0.jpg

Texan_Bill
10-02-2008, 12:09 PM
See that is where I disagree. Dallasites are people in Dallas who live the way they do. Ft. Worth even has fights with Dallas about not wanting to be included with them. Arlington can do whatever but I'm from Ft. Worth, not Dallas and in no way grew up as a Dallasite. Just a fan of my local sports teams. I hated when I moved here and said I was from Ft. Worth and people would be like...so "how did you like Dallas?" I'd go, "I don't know, I didn't live there."

Should've made myself more clear. I think folks from Ft. Worth do claim being from Ft. Worth (or independent from Dallas), Dallasites on the other hand, claim folks from Ft. Worth, Arlington, Denton, Mesquite, North Texas and such are ALL Dallasites. I get the difference.

Texan_Bill
10-02-2008, 12:10 PM
Jerry's right.

http://img262.imageshack.us/img262/6608/jjggsl0.jpg

Negative rep.... I need wash my eyes with bleach!! :kingkong:

spurstexanstros
10-02-2008, 12:14 PM
Seems as though when talking about his new stadium during an interview, he kinda round about took a shot as us as fans. Hmm..

http://blogs.chron.com/jeromesolomon/2008/10/jerry_jones_calls_the_texans_c.html

Ok Jerry here is what the Cowboys are about!!!!!!!
10)Players that have been convicted or currently facing charges on active roster.
9) Players and prostitutes doing drugs on camera
8) Jerry's own drug problem.
7) The White House (not the one on 1600 Pennsylvania)
6) A player who has 25 million reasons why he would nottry to commit suicide.
5) Your ring of Honor receiver introduced " Its not my crack pipe to our lexicon
4) A player and current host of your "talking cowboys" show convicted of transporting 3 tons of marijuana (ON TWO DIFFERENT OCCASIONS)
3) Having a player on the active rosters, who is responsible for "Making it rain" and costing a man his ability to walk.
2)doing everything in your power to make sure there are no other teams in Texans: First by opposing the Texans on the expansion comitte till they signed agreement they wouldnt market outside Houston for first 3 years. Then by voting to keep San Antonio from getting an expansion team on three occasions.

1) You are famous for being the most self centered D-bag to have ever owned the team. placing yourself and your team as bigger than the league you play in.

You may have had some early success, but you are nothing more than a modern version of Al Davis. It was some one else and not you who won the Superbowls. You may perceive yourself as a genius but, Mr. Jones YOU HAVE NOT WON A SINGLE PLAYOFF GAME IN OVER A DECADE. Go make your comments elsehere. Put on a jumpsuit and glasses and go sit alongside your twin and relish in your past glories. BITE MY BATTLE RED BOXERS YOU SYCOPHANTIC SKELETOR.

nunusguy
10-02-2008, 12:17 PM
I hated when I moved here and said I was from Ft. Worth and people would be like...so "how did you like Dallas?" I'd go, "I don't know, I didn't live there."

No wonder you were annoyed by people not recognizing the significance of Ft.Worth. For openers it is a city that is something like 650-700 K in pop, making it actually larger than KC, Mo, the area that I origionated from. It really speaks rather poorly of Houstonians in the sense they knew so little about another major city in their own state.
And unlike Dallas, Ft.Worths growth potential is much more promising by virtue of not being nearly so blocked out by suburbs to its north & west, which of course is the primary growth path in DFW, like Dallas is. At some point in time there's little doubt that FtW will be larger than Dallas.
I know a lot about the history of the 2 cities, in large part by way of owning stock in SouthWest Airlines for years and therefor having some knowledge about the battles between Dal & FtW as it relates to Southwest, its HDQs location at Love Fld, and the "Wright Amendment".

Texan_Bill
10-02-2008, 01:16 PM
No wonder you were annoyed by people not recognizing the significance of Ft.Worth. For openers it is a city that is something like 650-700 K in pop, making it actually larger than KC, Mo, the area that I origionated from. It really speaks rather poorly of Houstonians in the sense they knew so little about another major city in their own state.
And unlike Dallas, Ft.Worths growth potential is much more promising by virtue of not being nearly so blocked out by suburbs to its north & west, which of course is the primary growth path in DFW, like Dallas is. At some point in time there's little doubt that FtW will be larger than Dallas.
I know a lot about the history of the 2 cities, in large part by way of owning stock in SouthWest Airlines for years and therefor having some knowledge about the battles between Dal & FtW as it relates to Southwest, its HDQs location at Love Fld, and the "Wright Amendment".

That doesn't speak poorly of Houstonians. Maybe some transplants that don't really know Texas. Heck, I consider Irving, Euless, Denton, Richardson all separate Municipalities from Dallas. However, the whole DFW moniker doesn't help.

hobie
10-02-2008, 01:28 PM
Jerry's right.

http://img262.imageshack.us/img262/6608/jjggsl0.jpg


That's just not right.......DB might find it to his liking, but that feather boa is just a bad fashion statement !!

Specnatz
10-02-2008, 01:29 PM
That's just not right.......DB might find it to his liking, but that feather boa is just a bad fashion statement !!

You look at that pic and all you find wrong about it is the feather boa is out of style as you say?

:mcnugget:

HOU-TEX
10-02-2008, 01:31 PM
Jerry's right.

http://img262.imageshack.us/img262/6608/jjggsl0.jpg

You sure do have some purdy lips. :whip:

mexican_texan
10-02-2008, 01:32 PM
Oooh look, more boots.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v155/gwallaia/22.jpg
Hmm. I'm not quite sure, I need more evidence.

WWJD
10-02-2008, 04:26 PM
Jerry has throughout his long life suffered from a condition called "open mouth, insert foot. "

I am sad to say that it is apparently a terminal case and there is currently no vaccine for this condition.

Sad.

HJam72
10-02-2008, 04:43 PM
I'd say that's a direct shot at the Texans, but not one he thought out very well. Maybe if we want the conceited jerk to shut up, we should win some freaking games.

Specnatz
10-02-2008, 05:56 PM
I'd say that's a direct shot at the Texans, but not one he thought out very well. Maybe if we want the conceited jerk to shut up, we should win some freaking games.

What does wanting someone to have a nice tall glass of STFU have to do with winning? I have not seen Punky Brewster and her bunch of misfits win a damn thing in over a decade.

A self absorbed a-hole does not change because it is 1990 something or 2008 much less based upon what others are doing.

It really does get old when people always say win something and then you have a right to voice ones displeasure over things.


Note: To everyone on this board and in the Texans front office please do not complain about bad calls, biased media and anyone saying we suck because only teams winning are entitled to get calls and not get treated like crap and therefore you should just bend over and take it.

ESAD2-14
10-02-2008, 06:45 PM
Jerry's right.

http://img262.imageshack.us/img262/6608/jjggsl0.jpg

Uuuuhhhhh, every time I see Jerry's face on TV/radio/publications I am going to be seeing this in my head. I don't know if I should thank you for making me laugh :spit: or curse you for making me want to burn out my retinas :yikes:.