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Old May 24 2010, 02:30 AM   #46
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are you sure that's Texas and not Mexico?

"Cerveza para llevar" is Spanish.
And are you not aware of the massive Mexican populations of the Southwest?
umm, yeah, unfortunately I am.



yeah, umm, I noticed that too. that caused some like, obfuscation and stuff.

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And are you not aware of the massive Mexican populations of the Southwest?

Nevermind the word "go" is in english as are the "open" signs.
Guys, you both missed the most obvious indicator of where this is shot. It's in Texas. The vehicles have Texas plates and the neon beer signs are in English.
I like, tried to read the license plates, but couldn't. I don't know how you could see that.
If a person was to take 30 seconds and click the posted link it would all be self explanatory. I guess that is asking too much here.
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Old May 24 2010, 03:32 AM   #47
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^that pic was so big I didn't even notice there was a link.

double dumbass on me.
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Old May 24 2010, 06:14 AM   #48
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In Oklahoma, the only cold beer that can be purchased is the 3.2 pee water; otherwise, it's all sold warm.
It's great living on the Texas/Oklahoma border. Cheap Okie smokes and cold Texas beer with the higher alcohol content.
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Old May 24 2010, 02:08 PM   #49
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In Oklahoma, the only cold beer that can be purchased is the 3.2 pee water; otherwise, it's all sold warm.
It's great living on the Texas/Oklahoma border. Cheap Okie smokes and cold Texas beer with the higher alcohol content.
6-point Bud Light is still toilet water.
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Old May 24 2010, 04:56 PM   #50
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And are you not aware of the massive Mexican populations of the Southwest?
umm, yeah, unfortunately I am.



yeah, umm, I noticed that too. that caused some like, obfuscation and stuff.

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Guys, you both missed the most obvious indicator of where this is shot. It's in Texas. The vehicles have Texas plates and the neon beer signs are in English.
I like, tried to read the license plates, but couldn't. I don't know how you could see that.
If a person was to take 30 seconds and click the posted link it would all be self explanatory. I guess that is asking too much here.
Quite correct. Clicking on the link brought up a photo gallery with closer in pictures of the vehicles.
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Old May 25 2010, 12:39 AM   #51
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Quite correct. Clicking on the link brought up a photo gallery with closer in pictures of the vehicles.
yeah, and umm, some pics of scary looking chicks too. sorry I looked.
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