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We rented one, bought one, refinanced it, sold it, bought another, then refied it, then bought another. 1990-2004 or about 30 lbs ago, what a ride.
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South by Southwest Festival - Austin's premeir music, film, & interactive festival is just one of many great events you get to enjoy living in Austin. - Community-based, listener-supported radio station whose purpose is the preservation and promotion of classical music by broadcasting the finest classical music throughout Central Texas. - Log onto this site, sponsored by the Austin Convention & Visitors Bureau to impress your friends with your Central Texas knowledge.  The site is stuffed with tidbits and information on what to do and where to stay in our fine city. - In the "Live Music Capital of the World" you can never have too many music sites. has a bit of an edge and some pretty cool music events.  Log on and find out for yourself. - Texas Montlhy magazine, published in Austin, invites you to check out the Texas Monthly Ranch.  You can search a database of recipes, restaurant reviews, travel destinations and Texas events; talk to fellow Texans and ask questions of your favorite Texas celebrities. - From his Austin home, Harry Knowles spills the Hollywood studios' secrets, virtually!   Created in 1996, the site has over 300,000 visitors a day.  Quentin Tarantino calls him the Wolf Blitzer of the Internet.

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Did you know that our capital was built by convicts? Yes! They camped south and west of town and wagoned into Austin each day. The place they stayed is called Convict Hill.
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