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    ISU-Texas time of game?

    I know it hasn't been annoucned, but does anyone have an idea of what time the Texas game is? or at least heard a rumor? I'm trying to decide if I should skip a family wedding or not for the game.


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    Re: ISU-Texas time of game?

    "I'm trying to decide if I should skip a family wedding or not for the game."

    Dedicated. Good man. I would assume the times will be released this week.



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    Re: ISU-Texas time of game?

    Family wedding? How close of a relation? If it's for a first cousin or beyond then skip it. If its for your brother or sister, you should go. If its for your Dad who's getting remarried, skip it. Why? Because you always liked Mom best.



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    Re: ISU-Texas time of game?

    actually C.John, it is his dad and he isnt real fond of the woman he is marrying. kind of a sore topic, you might want to edit your post before he reads it and gets offended. JUST KIDDING...had you feeling bad for a second though didnt I.



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    Re: ISU-Texas time of game?

    Quote Originally Posted by dinger7203 View Post
    JUST KIDDING...had you feeling bad for a second though didnt I.
    CF site rules forbid me from responding in my preferred manner. So check your REP message.



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    Re: ISU-Texas time of game?

    Are you supposed to be in the wedding? Any scouting report for the bridesmaids? I have always thought tailgating would be a great wedding reception.



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    Re: ISU-Texas time of game?

    Quote Originally Posted by chrishull14 View Post
    Are you supposed to be in the wedding? Any scouting report for the bridesmaids? I have always thought tailgating would be a great wedding reception.
    You have never been married have you?



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    Re: ISU-Texas time of game?

    I already skipped one wedding for the UNI game and I guess she got sick of explaining why I couldn't make it. It's my wife's cousin and I see the like 2-3 times a year. That in itself is reason enough to skip except for they did come to my wedding.


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    Re: ISU-Texas time of game?

    Married for 4 years with two boys...Joshua 3 and Cael 1.

    I am smart enough to know the difference between ideas I think would be cool and things I talk to my wife about.



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    Re: ISU-Texas time of game?

    Quote Originally Posted by mjones34 View Post
    It's my wife's cousin
    Being that the cousin is a non-blood relative, there for possibly being unable to ever donate a kidney to you, then I say skip it or just send your wife.


    Last edited by C.John; 09-21-2007 at 09:31 AM.

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    Re: ISU-Texas time of game?

    Quote Originally Posted by chrishull14 View Post
    Married for 4 years with two boys...Joshua 3 and Cael 1.

    I am smart enough to know the difference between ideas I think would be cool and things I talk to my wife about.

    Assuming that is directed towards me. The wife and I have talked about it a lot. In January I told her I wasn't going because of the game and she was fine with it. Then after missing the wedding on the UNI game she was sad and hate telling everyone why I wasn't there and asked for me to skip the Texas game. I finally said fine and I'd try to sell the ticket. Then, she talked to her mom and they decided it would be okay if I didn't come because some of that side of the family only came for the booze hour of our wedding.

    Long story short, it would just be nice if I knew the time of game!


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    Re: ISU-Texas time of game?

    If I was going to guess, I would say 2. Let's say we somehow win 2 of our next 3. TV may want that game...



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    Re: ISU-Texas time of game?

    but being at wedding, i doubt i'll even see a TV...unless you're saying it'll be 2PM


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    Re: ISU-Texas time of game?

    Quote Originally Posted by chrishull14 View Post
    Married for 4 years with two boys...Joshua 3 and Cael 1.

    I am smart enough to know the difference between ideas I think would be cool and things I talk to my wife about.
    smart man!



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    Re: ISU-Texas time of game?

    Quote Originally Posted by C.John View Post
    Being that the cousin is a non-blood relative, there for possibly being unable to ever donate a kidney to you, then I say skip it or just send your wife.
    I agree and give double the size of gift you normally would - to compensate.

    Our family knows, from the end of August up to Thanksgiving - about the only way they're going to see us is to come to a game in Ames.



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