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Discussion in 'Houston' started by DCortez, Jul 30, 2009.
Native Houstonian here.
Fulton & Quitman is the center of the universe. I orbit in NW Houston now.
Wish I could claim Native, but I didnt have much say where I was born. However, at 5 years old I told my parents, and I quote... "You can go to Hell, as for me I am going to Texas...." Yeah thats mine....
Si. Native. Do any other natives remember the Blue Light Cemetery? If so, what's your story? =)
I, too, am a native. I was born on top of an old confederate cemetery which is now one huge apartment building. 100 Points for the person who can figure out where this is... Shouldn't be hard for the natives.
I was going to say Jeff Davis, but I think it's a federal building now, not apartments.
Yes Sir! you are the winner! Nah it's an apartment building now.. Passed by there about 5 months ago. No way in hell I'd stay there though. It's not that I'm "a-skarred" of ghost, but I'd feel mighty uncomfortable using the restroom at night knowing a ghost could be looking at my..er..junk.
My eyes must be going bad, I thought I saw something about federal reserve, IRS, or something. Maybe those ghosts were playing tricks on me.
I was born & raised in San Antonio until I was 18. Went to Dallas for a couple of years, then moved here in June of 1978. I've been here ever since.
What brought you down DB?
Schlumberger,.... the company that hired me in 1978. I use to think that I'd retire back to SA, when the time came. With three kids born here in Houston, that won't happen anymore. Besides everything I like to do like hunt & saltwater fish, are all right here.