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    Quote Originally Posted by Scot View Post
    Not familiar with the Asthma Field

    What is it?
    Son, you better google that. You call yourself a Cowboys fan and don't know that reference?

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    For those of you who live in TX Where to live in TX)

    Is that where Jimmy sent the losers who weren't in shape?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scot View Post
    Is that where Jimmy sent the losers who weren't in shape?
    It was his euphemism for CUT. Gone. Off the team.

    You bought his book and didn't READ it?

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    Just looked it up

    His reference to the parking lot when cutting a guy

    I knew it had something do to with Jimmy. I just couldn't remember the specifics

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doomsday View Post
    Keeps the air clean and fresh, and again, keeps the riff-raff out of here.
    yet somehow you remain


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    Quote Originally Posted by Scot View Post
    Just looked it up

    His reference to the parking lot when cutting a guy

    I knew it had something do to with Jimmy. I just couldn't remember the specifics
    Yeah. So, back to my question.

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    Which question?

    No to the Asthma field and yes I read his book

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scot View Post
    yes I read his book
    Then, why did you need to look up the reference? It's not like you had to read his book to get that, it was a national sports media firestorm when he said that, and cut the fuck involved.

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    Shit, I barely remember yesterday

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    Quote Originally Posted by theoneandonly View Post
    Thats weird because the Florida Gulf coast beaches are pretty nice.
    The reason the beaches look bad is because the silt that comes out of the Mississippi River comes out of the mouth at New Orleans and goes to the West. The beaches to the East of New Orleans are pretty and the beaches to the West are not. The farther away from the Mississippi River you get the better the beaches are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scot View Post
    I'm looking to move from Los Angeles to TX within the next 2-3 years or maybe less.

    I've driven through TX a couple times but wasn't thinking about moving there at the time so I didn't pay attention to the neighborhoods.

    I am hoping some of you that live in TX might be able to offer some ideas on cities to look at.

    The wife and I are planning a trip later this year to scout a few neighborhoods so I'd like to start working on a game plan on which ones to check out while we are in TX

    couple things I'm looking for, I can not be more than 30 minutes away from the ocean. I do a lot of salt water fishing. Some fresh as well so if there is also a freshwater lake near by as well that would be idea. I'd prefer not to have to tow the boat for an hour every time I want to go fishing like I have to living in L.A.

    It needs to be somewhat near a major metropolitan area for work. Living out in the sticks where I have to drive a couple hours to get to work would be impractical

    I know this limits my options to south/ southwest Texas. And I'm fine with that

    I'm hoping to stay around $300k but would be willing to go up to $400k if it meets my needs. Even $500k of the place was a dream home/ranch. I would like to have hunting options available as well. But I would rather have to drive further to hunt than to fish because I fish a lot more often than I hunt.

    The only stipulation that my wife has is she doesn't want to be so close to the ocean that she has to worry about hurricanes

    I'm sure that may conflict with my wanting to be within 30 minutes of the gulf. If so then I'll just lie to her and tell her that the hurricanes don't come that far inland. Even if we can see the gulf from the patio window. lol

    If the $300-$400 price range is way out of line for what I'm looking for please let me know. My plan is to pay cash for it and have a nice chunk of change leftover for a nice boat. But if that price range isn't even in the ballpark for what I want I need to know so I can plan accordingly

    Thanks in advance for any help you can offer!
    I live in the Beaumont/ Port Arthur area which is referred to as the Golden Triangle along with Orange. This area is a good place due to a lot of jobs in the petrochemical industry. Real estate is fairly cheap and there are a lot of good jobs. We are close to the coast although the beaches are not the best but the fishing is good. We are about 90 miles East of Houston. The area is primarily a Dallas Cowboy area even though we are close to Houston. The only real downside is the high humidity. High school football is really big around here. The town I live in has one the oldest trivalries in the state with the neighboring town on Port Neches. They have an annual Bum Phillips bowl since Bum actually coached both of the schools at one time. Jimmy Johnson grew up in Port Arthur.

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