This is the home page of a sports team, or sploshing enthusiasts, or a Parent-Teacher organization, or the Bulgarian Communist Party. I'm not sure which. The site is Bulgarian, except for a few navigation links that don't shed much light. My Bulgarian is rusty, OK it's non-existent, and Babel Fish doesn't do Bulgarian to English, so you'll have to sort it out.
Woo hoo! English! Home of the Sam Houston State University ORANGE PRIDE Dancers. Everything you wanted to know about how to become a Sam Houston State University ORANGE PRIDE dancer. C'mon, you know you wanna. Just be prepared to fork out about $200 of your own cash and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
Don't get all PC. I typed in yellow pride; Google returned the site of Asian links... but I'm more than happy to run with it. Make sure you check out the Are You Really Filipino? Quiz. The link to Asian picture-taking styles is also a hoot. Don't blame me. The site makes the statement 'Asians and cameras. They go together like white on rice...'
OK. This is definitely a marching band—the Azle High Marching Green Pride. The school's mascot is a hornet. I can't understand why they chose to be the Marching Green Pride rather than the Marching Green Hornets. They could have had the most fabulous outfits as Green Hornets, of course then they might have to fight crime as well.
Thank god. Feathers. I was beginning to think there was nothing but sports-related sites linked to pride (well, and Asians). Here's a site I can get into. Fantasy masks made from leather, and feathers, and maché (oh my). The mask Blue Pride, which caused us to get spirited to this site, is particularly feather-licious.