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    Quote Originally Posted by robjones View Post
    Just removed a few more pathetic little dweebs from India that think the secret to getting ahead is to pretend they're from somewhere they are not. C'mon, Is it hard to figure out you're perpetuating the stereotype that makes you desire to lie in the first place.

    Hello dears. I am Roger Bob. I am being from the Dallas Texas and my favorite sport is cricket. Nice to meet you.

    Trust me, it is obvious. The fact that you dont know why IS why. We will ban people that build fantasy profiles. Not because we have so many people we dont want more, but because NOBODY wants to hang around with dorks that lie to them. Grow a brain.
    Everyone's from Texas or at least they've got some Ex's out there in Texas


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    Well, I am from Texas.
    I got an ex in Texas.
    Plus a wife who died and is buried in Texas.

    And I own:
    DamnTexans.com

    So there!

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    Hi,

    I drove through Texas a few time. Will that count? LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sami4u View Post
    Hi,

    I drove through Texas a few time. Will that count? LOL

    Sami
    Me too, and I spent a night in San Antonio when driving from east to west coast. My current IP range is far from there but i'm hoping to go back one day.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Loko View Post
    Me too, and I spent a night in San Antonio when driving from east to west coast. My current IP range is far from there but i'm hoping to go back one day.

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    Let me tell you about San Antonio. I was on a Greyhound bus that stopped in San Antonio for about 30 minutes and I tried one of those Texas weiners at the snack bar. The best Damn Texas weiner I ever ate!

    The bus ride was a $59 or less deal from Laredo Mexico to New York and the bus stopped in Houston as well. So
    definitely worth the $59.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    The bus ride was a $59 or less deal from Laredo Mexico to New York and the bus stopped in Houston as well. So definitely worth the $59.
    Sounds like a good deal. How long did the trip take?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loko View Post
    Sounds like a good deal. How long did the trip take?
    It took 2 Days with the $59 "Go Anywhere" fare. I stopped in a lot of locations including Laredo, San Antonio, Houston, Shreveport Louisiana, Montgomery Alabama, Atlanta, Raleigh North Carolina, Washington DC and Philadelphia.

    The problem is that you have no control on whether they route you on a local or express bus. They just keep you moving with no consideration on how long it will take.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    It took 2 Days with the $59 "Go Anywhere" fare. I stopped in a lot of locations including Laredo, San Antonio, Houston, Shreveport Louisiana, Montgomery Alabama, Atlanta, Raleigh North Carolina, Washington DC and Philadelphia.

    The problem is that you have no control on whether they route you on a local or express bus. They just keep you moving with no consideration on how long it will take.
    Sound adventurous enough to try it out. I spent 2 years in the USA and did quite some traveling back then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loko View Post
    Sound adventurous enough to try it out. I spent 2 years in the USA and did quite some traveling back then.
    I actually started the trip in Central America on a chicken bus and eventually made it to the mayan ruins in Copan Ruinas. I spent a few days there and hired a pick-up truck to take me from the El Florido border crossing to Chiquimula where I was able to get a bus to Guatemala City. Then from Guatemala City to the Mexican border. That was pretty cheap as I made it across Guatemala for less than $100.

    From the bus terminal, I took a bicycle taxi to the border and then another across the 1km bridge from the Guatemalan to Mexican immigration post.


    I was able to catch a Mercedes Taxi for $40 to take me Tapachula on the Mexican side about 20 minutes away. I crossed the border at 11:00 PM and was able to catch a bus from Tapachula to the capital city of Chiapas, Tuxtla GutiƩrrez, Then I caught another bus a few hours later to Oaxaca and spent a few days there just walking around. I got to see the Monte Alban ruins which are a 20 minute bus ride away and took a day trip to a Mixtec Indian village to buy a serape.

    Then 16 hours on the bus to Mexico City where I changed buses to the border. This is where it go crazy. The pass to get to M
    onterrey was snowed in and I was on the bus a day waiting to get over the pass. So, two days to the US border.

    Then 2 days from Laredo, Texas to New York. Let me say that was one looooooooooooooong bus ride

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    I miss those chicken busses. Especially since they allow you to smoke and drink as long as you hold the cigarette a little bit out of the window. Beats those transatlantic flights.
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