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C U Next Tuesday

Richland Springs, TX

#1 Mar 23, 2011
He will try to stick it in your butt every time.
Ron-Texas

Rogers, TX

#2 Aug 18, 2011
C U Next Tuesday wrote:
He will try to stick it in your butt every time.
You are still trying to find somebody to pick on goof ball. How come you did not give me the answers to my last comment(questions) on Sweetwater's history(Lake Subject)? Couldn't find them on the computer huh? Richard Noggin??? HINT some of the answers are on the computer if you had sense enough to look!! Fool!!
C U Next Tuesday

Albany, TX

#3 Aug 18, 2011
Oh silly little Ron, you are still stinging from being corrected by me and you think testing my knowledge of the minutia of your life and your already proven flawed knowledge of "Blue Goose". Nobody cares who patted you on the head and told you you were special at Newman High.
C U Next Tuesday

Albany, TX

#4 Aug 18, 2011
You made a big deal about "origional" things but you were not around to know about them in the in 1891. The lakes plain and simple, drinking water and water for the railroads and industry. Just FYI there are two places in town that the railroad goes over a city street, the one over Lamar was built in 1953. You are a treasure and fun to toy with but I do grow weary of it.
Ron-Texas

Rogers, TX

#5 Aug 23, 2011
who="C U Next Tuesday"You made a big deal about "origional" things but you were not around to know about them in the in 1891. The lakes plain and simple, drinking water and water for the railroads and industry. Just FYI there are two places in town that the railroad goes over a city street, the one over Lamar was built in 1953. You are a treasure and fun to toy with but I do grow weary of it.I'm glad you grow weary of something knuckle-head. But you did not answer all of my questions!! And you did poorly in spelling, plus failing your History(local). You don't even know the name of the railroad that the tracks were built over Lamar Street, and it was closer to 1954-5. And where was the original settlement started? And what was the name of the first street that was built in Sweetwater? Who were the grade schools named after, and
Junior High School??
Ron-Texas

Rogers, TX

#6 Aug 23, 2011
who="C U Next Tuesday"]He will try to stick it in your butt every time.The late Kenneth Miles and his wife were very good friends of mine(but can't say that about their son).
C U Next Tuesday

Albany, TX

#7 Aug 23, 2011
I will admit my spelling and grammar were lax. I Would like to add that post #5 from you really rambles. I must really be under your skin like a splinter from when I corrected you. On the closer to 1954-5 comment stamped in the concrete it has 1953 so by the physical evidence you fail again. First streets in the 1880s I do not think you know either. Now sit there and fester some more, while you are at it bring me your finest meats and cheeses.
C U Next Tuesday

Albany, TX

#8 Aug 23, 2011
I also will add that going back to your knowledge of ownership of the lakes around Sweetwater is a good basis for anyone to doubt anything you claim to know.
Ron-Texas

Woodway, TX

#9 Oct 17, 2011
C U Next Tuesday wrote:
I will admit my spelling and grammar were lax. I Would like to add that post #5 from you really rambles. I must really be under your skin like a splinter from when I corrected you. On the closer to 1954-5 comment stamped in the concrete it has 1953 so by the physical evidence you fail again. First streets in the 1880s I do not think you know either. Now sit there and fester some more, while you are at it bring me your finest meats and cheeses. You are showing your lack of intelligience and know nothing about Sweetwater. The name of the street was First Street(double meaning) and it is on the north side of the old T&P tracks, where the original T&P Depot was. So continue to mouth off fool!! It doesn't take long for anybody to see through you. Idiot. Show me some more of your stupidness.
not a Quote, just the facts!!
C U Next Tuesday

Albany, TX

#10 Oct 17, 2011
Ron did you get that information from the same place you got Lake Trammell being owned by the Trammell family? <pats you on the head>

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