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One of my coworker's daughter is a senior in high school here in Austin. She's been accepted to A&M, tu and a few others but has never been to any campus. Last week she went to College Station and toured A&M. I saw a picture her mother took of her standing on Kyle. She loved it. Yesterday she went to tu's campus to learn more about it, only to call her mother crying because the homeless people wouldn't stop following her. She hated it. Her words to her mother over the phone were "Mom, there's homeless people everywhere and they keep following me. They don't have this shit at A&M!"
She is so insensitive…BWAHAAHAA!
Where is the picture of her standing in kyle
I believe they are referred to as Art and Music majors
Your logic is boggling my mind
I'll see if I can get it.
LOL. Reading this post, I got a picture in my mind of all these homeless people following her like zombies from The Walking Dead.
the homeless issue has gotten really bad around their campus. I went to dinner a couple months ago over there and had 2 homeless guys just stand there at the window of the restaurant watching me eat and begging through the glass. they stayed there for 10 minutes. I laughed. My longhorn wife was mortified.
What do you do when an arts and music major rings your doorbell?
Pay them for the pizza.
They need to put a fence around their 40 acres.
Interesting, I've ate on the Drag countless times and I've never had this happen and I've never seen a homeless person chase anyone. Not that this story isn't true, but there are hundreds of smoking hot sorority girls that walk by the homeless every single day and I've never seen anything like that. No offense to the OP's friend, but it sounds like this girl has lived in a bubble her whole life.
I got accepted to both schools and chose Texas so I could get out of the WASP private school bubble and because I felt that I'd have a better opportunity to test my faith here. I was correct and have learned a lot from that. The homeless folks on the Drag present a great opportunity to share the Gospel and that's an opportunity that I have enjoyed having. Both schools are great and have certain programs that are better (another big factor) , but sometimes it's best to get away from your comfort zone.
This is exactly what I imagined as well, and it's hilarious in my head.
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