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I guess Kim Jung-Un got pissed off at the wait at Franklin's too....
Kim Jung-Un loves basketball...Texas finished 16-18...Jung-Un threatens Austin
Not saying there's correlation, but not saying there isn't one either
This post was edited by mcb0703 13 months ago
Better get Dennis Rodman's crazy ass back on a plane to North Korea to go talk to his crazy ass little friend.
Damn...trying to remember those drills we had back in school in my days. Let's see....was it kneeling down under that desk or against the wall in the hallway. Knew I should have paid attention!
In the hallway. Hands over your head and don't look up until the all clear is given.
If it takes out Deloss, I don't think we should be so quick to say this is a bad thing.
"A limousine that can fly? Now I have seen everything.
Have you seen a man eat his own head?
Then you haven't seen everything."
Similarities. They are prevalent.
Nothing to see here.......
This will hurt recruiting...
Kim Jung-Un is a raving lunatic, but even he realizes that his antiquated weaponry is not SEC good.
Nick Saban is already using it to try to get Knox and Gresham to decommit!
Sumlin telling recruits that no one can find College Station on a map!
This post was edited by UTLonghornEd 13 months ago
My first thought was that the fucker must be a vegetarian.
And then I thought somehow perry is behind this shit...
"We're on it."
Kim Jung-Un is mad that he can't get the Longhorn Network in his basic cable package.
Kim Jong Il "so ronrey"
What? The guy doesn't like breakfast tacos, Chuy's, or hydro?
Perry promised Kim that he would book him with his hairdresser if he would hit Austin.
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