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 Posted: Thu Dec 7th, 2006 11:22 pm
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Doc C

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No insult intended. A teasip signifies one's colegient alliance, i.e. a University of Texas individual. Teasip comes from the hook'em horns sign, use your imagination. Teasip is a term commonly used by the atm's, you alluded to in an earlier post, to describe people from UT. I'm doubly blessed or cursed, come from a atm card family and married to a teasip. Sports-wise, detest both schools, went to Baylor (Jerusalem on the Brazoos/Vanderbilt of the Big 12). For a great story ask David how UT's mascot, BEVO, got its name.

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