|36.||'96 Impala SS|
A popular car on the 3rd coast, especially in houston.
Often Painted w/ Candy paint.
DJ Screw's '96 Impala SS was a symbol of texas rap.
The fastest game on two feet!more...
played in three different venues at levels from 3rd grade or younger (on the west coast) all the way up to the professional leagues (NLL, MLL, and girly laX)
Outdoor Men's (REAL) lacrosse:
Played on a narrower soccer field.
two 6'X6' nets at opposite ends about 15 yards off the end line.
Nets surrounded by a 12' circular crease (like in hockey).
Metals sticks (some wood) made out of anything from aluminum to titanium to scandium.
plastic heads that are so vast in number it makes your head spin (very customizable with).
Leather (traditional) straps woven with nylon string or Tight weave nylon mesh (hard, soft, monster, or six diamond mesh.
Similar to soccer in that there are attackmen, middies, and defensemen.
defensemen say on their end as do the attackmen, middies go where ever they like.
goalies stay on their island (the crease).
no cross checking (like hockey) or slashing (excessive force put into a stick check) or tripping or helmet checks.
there are some technical rules involving the restraining boxes and the clearing boxes and the midline that I won't get into.
11 on 11 play (including the goalie)
Hell of a lot of fun!
Hell of a lot of contact!
Hell of a lot complex plays!
Hell of a lot of LAX
Indoor (hockey) laX:
same as outdoor except it's played on a hockey rink sized field with walls and smaller 3'X3' goals. looser on the foul calls. lots of fights in the pros (NLL... GO JAX). no off sides. 6 on 6 play (incl...
Miami Vice was based off of Don Johnson's sophomore year in high school.more...
Don Johnson's barber attempted to shave him once. After fifty razor blades and eight quarts of shaving cream, he was finally able to remove his five o'clock shadow. This was all on his 3rd birthday.
Don Johnson's good looks are able to bend space and time allowing him to exist in multiple dimensions at once. Unfortunately, Heartbeat isn't popular in any of them.
Don Johnson hates to be called Crockett.
Don Johnson's workout consists of 50 push-ups, 200 sit-ups, and sex with your mom.
The gel in Don Johnson's hair is causing the polar ice caps to melt.
Don Johnson used to bottle his sweat and sell it to single men claiming it will attract women. The product was later renamed Aqua Velva.
Princess Diana's limo swerved, not to avoid the paparazzi, but to avoid Don Johnson's blazer. Even her driver knew it was sacred and dared not run it over.
Don Johnson stole Mother Teresa's virginity. He then pawned it for cocaine.
Don Johnson's nickname for his penis was the basis for Tony The Tiger.
When he first proposed to Melanie Griffith, she said no. Let's just say it ended poorly for her and she soon changed her mind.
While using cocaine, Don Johnson recorded 4 seasons of Miami Vice in a record breaking 12 hours. He won 2 Emmy's and was voted Teacher of the Year.
The first American National Anthem was actually Heartbeat...
The state capital of Indiana and 2nd largest state capital by population. The largest city in Indiana and 12th largest in the U.S. (790,000 and another million in the suburbs). The 3rd largest Midwest city by population (after Chicago and Detroit) and largest by land area. It is not exactly a city for urban enthuseists. It is very dull and lackluster by most standards when comparing it to either coast. It will never be able to compete with nor have a profile like San Fran, New York, Washington DC, Phily, Chicago, Atlanta, San Diego, Seattle or Boston. Instead, it ranks along the same tier of cities like Louisville, Columbus, Cincinnati, or St. Louis. It’s not really a city at all, but more like a large town. Boring and very unhurried are accurate in describing this small town. It was, for many years, considered a Rust Belt city and “Naptown” until recently. It faced the challenges of a declining population to the townships and suburbs, the erosion of jobs and lack of an identity. But some of that has change for the better.more...
OK, here’s the good: An affordable cost of living (perhaps due to...
The state capital of Indiana and 2nd largest state capital by population. The largest city in Indiana and 12th largest in the U.S. (790,000 and another million in the suburbs). The 3rd largest Midwest city by population (after Chicago and Detroit) and largest by land area. It’s very Midwestern. What else can I say? It is not exactly a city for urban enthuseists. It is very dull and lackluster by most standards, especially when comparing it to either coast. It will never be able to compete with nor have a profile like San Fran, New York, Washington DC, Phily, Chicago, Seattle or Boston. Instead, it ranks along the same tier of cities like Louisville, Columbus or Cincinnati. It’s not really a city at all, but more like a large town. Boring and very unhurried are accurate in describing this town. It was, for many years, considered a Rust Belt city and “NapTown” until recently. It faced the challenges of a declining population to the townships and suburbs, the erosion of jobs and lack of an identity. But some of that has changed for the better.more...
OK, here’s the good: An affordable cost of living (perhaps due to the overall lack of high-paying jobs in the area) and the most affordable of any “large” metro area. Its low cost of doing business is enabling companies to expand in Central Indiana and create more high-paying jobs—slowly but surely. It is a nice place to live if you have family or want to raise children. Indy is hosting more and more events all the time. It has a v...
A nice place to visit but not live!more...
Population of nearly dead and newly weds.
For those of us unfortunate souls who were born and raised there its the worst state.
There are 4 sections to Fl; Panhandle -beach, N./Central Fl-southern, Miami (305)- lil cuba, S. Fl- money.
There are only two seasons hot and hotter.
Any education below college level sucks, but if you must go to school there Seminole county is on top.
Your either a Gator or Seminole, no one but Miamians care about U of M.
As for the beaches, the alantic beaches are by far the best, the gulf beaches are nice if you like to feel like your swimming in a warm bath with red tide.
The only exception to that is Sanibel Island beaches, they are like heaven on earth.
The only reason non-floridians say we can't drive is b/c we drive like we have shit to do. Those of you who like to do the speed limit need to move the fuck over, some of us have things to get done, and don't be jealous b/c we can multitask while we drive. I learned how to drive while on the phone! Also if you miss your turn or exit go to the next one and turn around don't cut from the left-hand lane to the right just so you can make your turn..Some of us are trying not to die!
True Floridians don't go to disney everyday b/c we hate tourist.
NO, alligators do not walk around in your backyard unless you live in a swamp.
Not everyone has a pool, and no we don't go to the beach everyday. Not everyone lives on the coast.
For those idiot...
Country United States of Americamore...
Incorporated June 5, 1837
- Mayor Bill White
- City 601.7 sq mi (1,558 km2)
- Land 579.4 sq mi (1,501 km2)
- Water 22.3 sq mi (57.7 km2)
Elevation 43 ft (13 m)
- City 2,208,180 (4th)
- Density 3,828/sq mi (1,471/km2)
- Urban 3,822,509
- Metro 5,628,101 (6th Largest)
- Demonym Houstonian
Time zone CST (UTC-6)
- Summer (DST) CDT (UTC-5)
Area code(s) 713, 281, 832
FIPS code 48-350003
GNIS feature ID 13809484
Houston (pronounced /ˈhjuːstən/) is the fourth-largest city in the United States of America and the largest city within the state of Texas. As of the 2007 U.S. Census estimate, the city has a population of 2.2 million within an area of 600 square miles (1,600 km²). Houston is the seat of Harris County and the economic center of the Houston–Sugar Land–Baytown metropolitan area—the sixth-largest metropolitan area in the U.S. with a population of 5.6 million.
Houston was founded on August 30, 1836 by brothers Augustus Chapman Allen and John Kirby Allen