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Three longtime friends experience something distinctly Texan and uniquely Aggie

Wearing Aggie shirts they bought at a tent sale Klyer, Eric, and Andrew walked from Northgate to Kyle Field to witness their first football game in Texas.

When I asked them why travel to College Station they replied:

“We don’t have things like this in Oregon. There are a ton of people here and everyone is nice. Aggie fans have gone out of their way to make us feel comfortable.”

Asked if they had a military connection they wanted to share; each told a story about their grandfather.

Eric’s grandfather lost his hearing in an engine room aboard a Navy ship during World War II.

Klyer’s grandfather traded a pack of cigarettes for a violin at the end of his …

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Saboten 2018

Well its 2018 and that means another Saboten Con in the books, if your into anime and Japanese culture then this is the place for you. It’s held in sunny Phoenix, AZ at the Grand Sheraton Hotel downtown which is a great venue. The hotel itself is convenient to all kinds of restaurants and bars which I’ll get into a bit later. The convention itself takes up almost the entire hotel and is filled with vendors and exhibitors as well as panels and cafes. There is a little something there for everyone including the kids, with arts and crafts rooms and other activities geared towards the young ones. Every year they fly in guests from American and Japanese animation studios …

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Sports

Efficiency leads Duke to a 34-14 win over Army in the opener

With the College Football season finally upon us, the excitement was in the air on a hot and muggy Friday night in Durham, NC. The Duke Blue Devils hosted the Army West Point Black Knights on Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium.

Duke entered the opener with revenge on the mind after losing a close contest to Army last year, 21-16 at Michie Stadium in West Point, New York.

As the opening kickoff approached and the band performed the Star-Spangled Banner, the fly over was met with oohs and aahs by spectators all across the stadium. The fly over featured old communist type planes such as the Nanchang CJ-6 (a People’s Liberation Army Air Force trainer from the 60’s) and …

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Team Harmon Partners with Veterans 4 Child Rescue

For Immediate Release: Team Harmon Partners with Veterans 4 Child Rescue

Denver, North Carolina (August 29th, 2018) Big Announcement coming from Team Harmon this week as they officially announce a partnership with Vets 4 Child Rescue (V4CR) a non profit organization founded by one of our nations Heroes Mr. Craig “Sawman” Sawyer.  V4CR was created in April of 2017 to raise awareness of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking and create a non-permissive environment for child exploitation in the United States. (For more information click here)

 

We asked Craig what this means for him and V4CR, here’s what he had to say…

“NASCAR has a rich history that Americans really appreciate. Even the word NASCAR evokes excitement and thoughts of

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Sports

Team Harmon is setting new standards

This past weekend the NASCAR Xfinity Series was in Wisconsin for Road America! You know who we were cheering on, none other than that black 74 car of Team Harmon!  Piloting the car was the very experienced Stephen Leicht who has been in the 74 car before and we love having him on board.  Things were going pretty good during the race until there was a failure with the clutch which forced the car into the garage.  The team really pulled together and finished the day with a strong 33rd.

WAIT A MINUTE! Where is the boss man Mike Harmon in this?  GREAT QUESTION!  The legend himself took the truck up for the Camping World Truck Series, Chevrolet …

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