Skip to comments.Old school days long gone, but not forgotten: Texas congressman's streaking stunt exposed
Posted on 10/11/2004 8:28:26 PM PDT by SmithL
The gloves have come off in the tight election race between two Texas congressmen -- and every other article of clothing appears to be fair game as well.
Democrats on Monday circulated old newspaper clippings of a 1974 college streaking stunt staged by hundreds of students -- including then-18-year-old Pete Sessions -- at Southwest Texas State University.
The conservative Republican congressman -- who wrote a column condemning Janet Jackson's nude display during her 2004 Super Bowl halftime performance -- apparently bared his bottom with about 300 others in a stunt that ended with arrests and a clash with police. Newspapers were filled with nude photos and headlines like: "Dudes, Broads, Bare Bods."
Southwest Texas students were apparently trying to break a streaking record set by another university amid a nationwide college streaking craze.
"Congressman Sessions' old school days are long gone," said Sessions' spokesman Chris Homan. "He recognizes it as an immature action of an 18-year-old college freshman."
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I never heard of cow tipping until I got to UCONN. I never did it, but some of the football players in my dorm bragged about going up behind the School of Ag and tipping cows.
Personally, I was too busy smoking pot, drinking beer, and attending my Socialism 101 class to care about hitting cows broadside at midnight....
I know it was close to Huskies. Within walking distance of the athlete's dorm. They had some kick ass melted cheese on bread grinders.
I too, never streaked, seeing as I was already known as a "flapper", I felt nor needed any advertisement...
LOL! It's amazing what I waste brain-space on...
Awwww that's nothing the Democrats show their ass every day of the week......just saw him on Teeeee Veeee a second ago ! Nothing to get kerried away over......:o)
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