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Alabama delenda est.
AU 1967 grad; married an LSwho girl. I'm third generation Auburn. Most of today's Auburn wasn't there when I was there, just more to love.
I live in Bristol TN; right on the Tn and VA line. For 15 years we drove to AU for all home games. My wife has health problems and we just can't make it any more. I get down every few years.
Retired and play golfand track Auburn.
Strive for perfection in everything we do. Take the best that exists and make it better. When it does not exist, create it.
Oh no he didn't
Played football Auburn 1962-64. So old Vince Dooley was my freshman coach. Orthodontist in Huntsville. Air Force '69-'71 at Langley AFB. 10 kids all went to AU. 2 grandkids there now.Love this site and all the info you guys share. WDE
Stay thirsty my friends......
A little late to this fine post. Fifty four years old, spent 4 years at AU. First two severely hung over and the last two figuring out what I wanted to do when I grew up. Would not recommend my path to college, but it all worked out beautifully. I trained thoroughbred horses for near 25 years. Met my beautiful wife (class of 78) during that time. Once my training days were over we moved to Auburn where we raise our 14 year old daughter to say War Eagle and y'all.
I prefer Woodford Reserve in the Bin Laden style "Two shots and a splash of water". I found Kentucky bourbon to be great for celebrating wins and forgetting defeat.
30 year old Palestinian-American that graduated from AU in 2004. I went to law school, but am not a lawyer. It's hard to really define my job, but I do work with various groups for Arab-American relations. Because I'm a Christian Palestinian I also do work with Muslim-Christian relations in America. Because my work pays virtually nothing, I married a lawyer...lol, jk. Actually, my parents help out because my Dad thinks the stuff I do is important and needs younger blood involved. If y'all haven't noticed, you need to get your head out of the sand, because Arab-American relations aren't exactly all roses. They are at an all time low. In the 1940's, America was the ideal of the Arab world, but today it is seen as an enemy and polling in all the countries show the people are scared to be the next attacked by the US. Whether those fears are legitimate or not, is irrelevant. Changing those fears is what's important. So that's what I try to do.
I've been to Jordan, Palestine, Israel, Lebanon, and Syria learning the countries culture and politics. Everything our news teaches is so far from reality in nearly every Middle Eastern country. I guarantee if you ever visited any Arab country in a non-military capacity (that makes a big difference), you're perspective would be changed. Except for Saudi Arabia...that country is messed up.
Eventually I'll have to get a job that pays.
War Damn Eagle!!!
I'm 46,born in hsv.Did'nt attend AU but my dad was a 1960 EE grad and my mom worked for the dean of the math dept.My wife is an Athens State grad and works in Research Park.We have two sons,the oldest attended AU in '07 and '08 Chem.eng and had too much fun lol and now is at Athens State majoring in Acconting.The youngest is at Calhoun with hopes of going to AU in 2013 in Mech eng.My dad was from Dora Al and served 4 years in the air force and worked for ballistic missile defense in huntsville.I worked in the office environment industry for years and was offered a buy-out in March.I took the buy-out,paid off my mortgage,and now live happily ever after with my family on our farm in Elkmont raising black angus cattle.Best AU football moment was when my neighbor,Foster Christy,got me in the locker room after the MSU game and I got to meet Joe Cribbs and James Brooks.Joe gave me one of his tear-away jersey.Nice meeting you all!
"POWER OF DIXIELAND"
"Townes used to say that there's only two kinds of music: the blues and zippity-doo-dah, and this ain't zippity-doo-dah." -Steve Earle
Got my BS in 1974 and worked on a masters in economics for a year. Then came my first son and had to work. Talk about a family divided; my oldest MIT grad, my youngest son Georgia grad, my older brother Georgia Tech grad, my younger brother a Florida grad. My best man and best friend a South Carolina grad and the worst my only nephew a Bammer right now. He doesn't get Christmas presents from me anymore.
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