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    good luck
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    Good luck sir.

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    Welcome to Texas! We should grab a drink sometime.

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    Good luck with your new career

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    All the best.

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    Thanks for all the support guys. This was a tough decision but I've lived here for the past 22 years, and I think I should take a chance while I'm still in my 20s and don't have a wife, mortgage and a million other things holding me back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deckhand View Post
    Sometimes quitting is the best feeling ever. Hope you have a good time in Texas with the new job. I have seen your posts before figured you worked down by the mission inn. Met my wife when I lived on pine street off 14th street.
    I actually live about 5 minutes from the Mission Inn! I'm going to miss Mission Inn at Christmas, what a sight!

    Quote Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery View Post
    Welcome to Texas! We should grab a drink sometime.
    That'd be great! Also if you know of any good BBQ joints I'm all ears. My understanding is the DFW area isn't a BBQ powerhouse like the hill country, but there's gotta be one or two hidden gems somewhere.

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    I used to walk down their every Christmas. I met my blue eyed blond supermodel ex wife at Back to the Grind, and my current wife worked briefly at Lake Alice. I think with nothing tying you down Texas will be a great experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    That'd be great! Also if you know of any good BBQ joints I'm all ears. My understanding is the DFW area isn't a BBQ powerhouse like the hill country, but there's gotta be one or two hidden gems somewhere.
    Yes there are. I know the place with the best chopped brisket sandwich I've ever had. Ever. And I've eaten chopped brisket everywhere in Texas except Amarillo and El Paso. The absolute best Q joints are always out in the middle of freaking nowhere though. Like the only building for 30 miles kind of thing.

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