Jeh.. You must have read my mind LOL! I was born in TX grew up in NM now bk in TX ALWAYS been a cowboys fan!!
RedHead.. - You guys must like egg hunting cus there's a HUGE egg hunting contest on Facebook and AUS. is kicking every1's A$$!! LOL!! Dunno if true whatever but Congrats on yall's network being in the very top place!! my network is small so our place is 290th HEHE!!
It's coz we don't really have a big nationwide football interest. (Queensland has Rugby, but it is not big here in Victoria. Victoria has lots of Aussie rules footy teams, with only a few sates joining in.)
DH loves the KC Chiefs. We live near the stadiums, in fact, too. This year the Chiefs have revamped EVERYTHING and it might be a good year. We shall see. They've stank in the past, as I'm sure y'all know.
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