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Brazos John

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About Brazos John

  • Birthday 01/15/1954

Previous Fields

  • SASS #
    33047
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Texas Historical Shootist Society

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Republic of Texas
  • Interests
    CAS, SASS, Cat: Sharpshooter
    THSS TSRA NRA Life

    Grand Army /Frontier
    Reenacting: CW & IW
    Colonel in Texas Army.

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    brazos_john@yahoo.com

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  1. I've never seen that before! It's beautiful! It's more than beautiful. It's a beautiful woman with whitewalls! Maybe she's from Buick, but she sure has Italian bloodlines and shape!
  2. That's disturbing! Pass me a knee, please.
  3. I figured you meant 20" circumference, so I measured my head, and it's 2 feet. Now, if it really is a 20" diameter, that's a big head! So, my head is either too big or too small, or I would be buying this. Good luck with your sale.
  4. My Grandfather in PA didn't start as a breaker boy in the coal mines until he was 9 years old. I still have his carbide lamp from his hardhat. The world was sure a whole lot different back then.
  5. Neat pistol! How did you, in Missouri, get a yardstick from a place in Austin, Texas, that has been torn down and rebuilt? Just curious....
  6. Yeah, but they sure could play music! The 2 younger guys are in the Dillards, a bluegrass band that went to Hollywierd and played in a couple of episodes of The Andy Griffith Show as the Darling family. They were American bluegrass musicians who took their Ozark Mountain style to California and helped lay the groundwork for country rock as well as for a “progressive” style of bluegrass music. Even Andy played his guitar with them.
  7. Reminds me of a Texas night-crawler. They're cute when they're still young.
  8. That's incredible! Someone's gonna jump on this within an hour! Too cool!!!
  9. The USS Missouri! My Dad was on the Missouri when the Japanese signed the surrender papers. Salute!!!
  10. Whatcha gonna do for tomorrow? Keep it clean! Sorry. Couldn't resist. Going for the easy humor, like back in junior high!
  11. I noticed that that's a current Texas Registration Sticker on the rainy windshield. For that kind of wind, they must be up in the Panhandle. Wind, tornadoes, heat, drought, what's not to like?
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