Tuesday, August 22, 2006

BearMeat: The Burnt Orange Nation Interview

For a full transcript of a very lovely chat between the BearMeat editorial board and Burnt Orange Nation, we urge our readers to click the following link. To those who have never visited our humble domain, we offer cordial welcome.
http://www.burntorangenation.com/story/2006/8/22/161647/895

Good day.

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  • I'm looking for documentation on a riot that broke out during a Baylor - Texas A&M game in the 1920's.

    Corps members charged the field because of something that pissed them off, and a brawl ensued in which one Aggie was killed.

    I'd talked about it at the bar on Saturday, and now I need some proof.

    Thanks,
    toddhilliard@gmail.com

    By Blogger Vice President Coco, at 8:07 AM  

  • We'll get our crack team of researchers on the case. These researchers experiment with large quantities of crack for historical research purposes.

    By Blogger Red Andrews, at 11:05 AM  

  • Thank you all for BearMeat. Since moving from WacoU 3 months ago, I have hoped against hope that they start playing their games in the PHX AZ area, so I could resume the tradition of tearing down goalposts once per calendar year.

    Note: Waco finished 7th in my "Find your best place" survey, merely adding to the remorse of leaving the B

    http://money.cnn.com/magazines/moneymag/bplive/2006/index.html

    By Anonymous Brandon Dean Price, at 1:01 PM  

  • The story is true. I was there but my memory has faded. The truth lies in the bowels of the Agriculturalist lair, the Cushing Memorial Library and Archives. Yes, I am as just as surprised as you to discover they have a library. Please put your disbelief aside for a moment and focus. Within their collection of comic books, doodles, and dried bits of Alphabits cereal, there is an account of that day entitled the “Baylor Incident”. It happened on 10/30/26 and the cadet’s name was Charles M. Sessums. The details are hazy, we need the article to clear everything up, but it appears the game was suspended until 1931 and the Corps did not return to Waco until 1995.

    By Blogger Judge Baylor, at 2:33 PM  

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