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post #1 of 11 Old 03-28-2011, 06:15 PM Thread Starter
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Okay, lets get the creative juices flowing and determine if this will satisfy everyone.

Also, submit names for the regions.

DO NOT hesitate to give your honest input/opinions, not that I really needed to say that...

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Shoulda texted me back before I made that thread lol

I do prefer being associated with central TX.
It's an hours drive to Austin for us.
Would you like me to update the map on my thread?
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Shoulda texted me back before I made that thread lol

I prefer being associated with central TX.
It's an hours drive to Austin for us.
Would you like me to update the map on my thread?
Only if this is close to what everyone wants...I'm brainstorming here.

What's your opinion of this map?

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I don't have a problem with this one at all.
The Panhandle's region is massive. lol
But I don't think there is anything we can do about it right?
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Yeah, we could split it some more, but those guys are used to driving 200 miles for milk. Hell, most of their driveways are 10 miles long.

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i have to drive 12mins to get milk.....

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Yeah, we could split it some more, but those guys are used to driving 200 miles for milk. Hell, most of their driveways are 10 miles long.
Haha. My hometown is Borger TX (North of Amarillo) and I go to school here at aTm.
So I know exactly what you're talking about
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While they regions still cover allot of ground, it's all relative to the fact that some driving will be part of the overall process. But I like this set up.

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Yeah, we could split it some more, but those guys are used to driving 200 miles for milk. Hell, most of their driveways are 10 miles long.


the map looks good! i think it will work pretty well.

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I say draw a horizontal line straight across at the #4 and make a south Texas region. 4&5 look to be a little large to me.

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