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    Feb 13, 2009
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    I'd like to introduce myself. I'm new here, retired Army, work for the City of Houston and not from Texas but got here as soon as I could and converted completely to the Texas way of life and thinking. Graduate of The Citadel and new found 2d Amendment defender!
     

    fm2

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    Welcome! My step-brother is a Citadel grad. he's in the Navy.
     

    elmer fudd

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    I'd like to introduce myself. I'm new here, retired Army, work for the City of Houston and not from Texas but got here as soon as I could and converted completely to the Texas way of life and thinking. Graduate of The Citadel and new found 2d Amendment defender!

    When I google "Texas way of life and thinking" I get nowhere.

    What is the Texas way of life and thinking?

    I am kinda new here to.

    Welcome to the board.
     

    DirtyD

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    Welcome, I pass through Humble often for work. Last time I stopped at Sportsmans and talked to em in their trailer they were talking about only opening for military and LE when they did, and today the sign that used to be out front is gone....
     
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    Well Elmer, the best I can come up with is Gene Autry's Cowboy Code of Conduct.

    In the 1930's, Gene Autry, who was a cowboy movie star and a hero to many children of the time, had a fan club that had a cowboy code of conduct. The following is an adaptation of the 1939 Cowboy Code.
    • Never take unfair advantage of someone.
    • Never go back on your word or reveal a trust confided in you.
    • Always tell the truth.
    • Be gentle with children, elderly, and animals.
    • Do not advocate or believe in racially or religiously intolerant ideas.
    • Help people in distress.
    • Be a good worker.
    • Be clean in thought, speech, action, and personal habits.
    • Respect the opposite sex, parents, and our nation's laws.
    • Be a patriot.
    And here is Roy Rogers' Fan Club Rules


    1. [*]Be neat and clean.
      [*]Be courteous and polite.
      [*]Always obey your parents.
      [*]Protect the weak and help them.
      [*]Be brave, but never take chances.
      [*]Study hard and learn all you can.
      [*]Be kind to animals and care for them.
      [*]Eat all your food and never waste any.
      [*]Love God and go to Sunday School regularly.
      [*]Always respect our flag and our country.
     
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