Rattlesnakes Round Up

Rattlesnakes Round Up

There are 7 comments on the About.com story from Nov 1, 2011, titled Rattlesnakes Round Up. In it, About.com reports that:

Since 1958, the World's Largest Rattlesnake Round-Up has been held in Sweetwater, Texas and sponsored by the Sweetwater Jaycees.

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C U Next Tuesday

Albany, TX

#1 Nov 1, 2011
First
Ron-Texas

United States

#2 Nov 17, 2011
C U Next Tuesday wrote:
First
That's the name of the first street in Sweetwater knuckle-head. That you could not figure out what I wrote/said. And you don't even know when the first Rattle Snake Round-Up was held in Sweetwater. You were not even born yet stupid!! Write on and prove your ignorance!
C U Next Tuesday

Albany, TX

#3 Nov 17, 2011
Look how cute you are when you are mad. Who built Lake Trammell in Ron's world? How small a person you are to still be festering over something so trivial. I also love how I can bring out the juvenile in you so easily and get you tossing around insults. Was it dark when the cool kids locked you inside your locker at Newman High School? Take a good long look at the screen name I use, don't think too hard. What do you see?
Ron-Texas

United States

#4 Nov 17, 2011
C U Next Tuesday wrote:
Look how cute you are when you are mad. Who built Lake Trammell in Ron's world? How small a person you are to still be festering over something so trivial. I also love how I can bring out the juvenile in you so easily and get you tossing around insults. Was it dark when the cool kids locked you inside your locker at Newman High School? Take a good long look at the screen name I use, don't think too hard. What do you see?
You would have been one of the nerd turds that we would have locked in a locker, hung a pad lock on and never come back for. And you can't make me mad squirrel.
But I sure like to rial you up also! Moron. You talk big talk, but have no idea of what you are saying!! And the Trammel family(some of the first settlers in/around Sweetwater) built Lake Trammel. Same as Santa Fe Railroad built Santa Fe Lake(for water for the steam locomotives).
C U Next Tuesday

Fort Worth, TX

#6 Nov 28, 2011
Ron-Texas wrote:
<quoted text>You would have been one of the nerd turds that we would have locked in a locker, hung a pad lock on and never come back for. And you can't make me mad squirrel.
But I sure like to rial you up also! Moron. You talk big talk, but have no idea of what you are saying!! And the Trammel family(some of the first settlers in/around Sweetwater) built Lake Trammel. Same as Santa Fe Railroad built Santa Fe Lake(for water for the steam locomotives).
LOL, I knew you were going to say the Trammel family and again you are wrong. The city of Sweetwater built the lake in 1914 with a $320,000 bond election.the lake and named it in honor of Thomas Trammel for his effort and money backing the Orient Railroad project. Once again I say to you before you hit the enter key you should do some research. No run along and come up with the next name to call me.
C U Next Tuesday

Fort Worth, TX

#7 Nov 28, 2011
I will go ahead and make part of your case for you. I did not proofread before I hit the enter key on the above post. I really should not type tired and bored. But I do not visit Topix unless I am bored.
Ron-Texas

Rogers, TX

#8 Dec 4, 2011
C U Next Tuesday wrote:
I will go ahead and make part of your case for you. I did not proofread before I hit the enter key on the above post. I really should not type tired and bored. But I do not visit Topix unless I am bored.
You must stay bored most of the time! Why don't you volunteer for some Comunity Service projects! Like go visit some of the local Senior Citizens in the local Nursing Homes and Rehab Centers and learn some local History from them. Go out and collect some Toys For Tots, help serve some meals, like "Meals-On-Wheels!! Do something worthwhile!!

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