Date: Sat, 5 Aug 1995 12:26:09 -0400 From: "Christopher R. Coolidge" Subject: Re: King's X On Sat, 5 Aug 1995, Jim McCulloch wrote: > In answer to question 1, my friends and I growing up in South and Central > Texas in the 1950's said King's x. My two daughters, one 25 and the other > 13, who grew up in Austin, know nothing of King's x. The 13 year-old says > "time out" or "times," meaning roughly what King's x did. I don't know if > King's x survives in rural areas in Texas, but it I don't think it is > common in cities in Texas, and may be gone altogether. > I have no info on question 2 and 3. > --Jim McCulloch > The only Kings X I know is a band that just happens to be from Texas; perhaps there's a connection somewhere.