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Survivor - Texas Style

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by sensei, Jul 1, 2003.

  1. sensei

    sensei Deceased

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    Survivor - Texas Style




    CBS-TV's "Survivor" is considering a local version tentatively called
    "Survivor - Texas Style!"


    Contestants will start in Dallas, travel to Waco, Austin, San
    Antonio, back to Houston and down to Brownsville on the border.
    They'll drive up to Del Rio, on to El Paso then to Midland, Odessa,
    Lubbock and Amarillo. They turn back east to Abilene, Fort Worth and Dallas.

    Each person will be driving a pink Volvo with a bumper sticker that
    reads: "I'm gay. I'm a vegetarian. I voted for Al Gore. I love the Dixie
    Chicks. I want Hillary in 2004, and I'm here to confiscate your guns!"


    The first contestant who makes it back to Dallas alive wins.

    sensei
     
  2. BMG

    BMG

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    Saw something similar for Wyoming...
     

  3. tac17

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    What will they do though if nobody makes it alive? ;f
     
  4. Bannack

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    The show must go on.... Next contestants please ;2
     
  5. geminicricket

    geminicricket NRA Life member

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    Silly lunacy. There are so many "Gore/Lieberman" bumper stickers fading on SUV's around Texas that there's no chance of usn't killing them'ns.

    A "Texas Survivor" begins with a hike from Del Rio to Laredo.
    Then a tube down the San Marcos River.
    Then an ascent up Palo Duro Canyon.
    Follow that with grappling for cats in the Trinity above Houston.
    Close it all out with a ride in the Hotter'n Hell 100 in Wichita Falls.


    That's the plan, at least. Last one left standing 10 miles outside Laredo is going to be the winner anyway.