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Painting with broad strokes here but -

 

Seems like a bunch of people who are for the most part devout but somewhat irreverent, prone to some personality conflicts but intensely loyal to one another. Courteous, even to some extent courtly, but not above the odd practical joke or snarky comment. The men are 'manly' and capable of being stoic, but not afraid to show their sentimental soft side where women, children, dogs, and friends are concerned. The ladies are feminine and appreciate being treated as Ladies, even as they get down and help dig a stump, sand some drywall, or face plumbing problems.

 

Overall a great bunch of misfits.

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I take that as a compliment, I think :blink:

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I resemble them remarks my brother of the beard.

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Rye...

 

Deys talkin' bout me and you again...

 

My ears are a burnin' !! dry.gif

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...I'm guessin' if'n the shoe fits--wear it.... <_<

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Or Badgers purple plume!

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Since you said "for the most part" I will just say "yep, that sounds about right."

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I think tere a song bout that, They Call us the Missfits, and Sinnin aint right, but me and the Good Lord is gonna have us a good tawk tonite.

 

Preacher Slick

Misfit fer sure. LOL

 

Were that Cal Smith that wrote/recorded that first? Porter Waggoner recorded it too I think.

 

Preciate all that Subdeacon...you're pretty close. I'd elaborate but gotta go fold the clothes.

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I like the fact that if you ask a cowboy what time it is, they tell you how to build a watch! :lol:

 

BSD

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The Saloon

 

Now some are quite goofy and some are just tough

Some talk a lot and some just enough

 

A couple are wrinkly and long in the tooth

Some tell tall tales and some stick to the truth

 

We got fat ones and skinny ones in all different shades

Smooth caballeros and blushing young maids

 

Some drop in just for a quick lookee see

And some hang out here for the fine company

 

There's stove up old cowboys with hair like the snow

And some are volcanoes just waitin to blow

 

If you say something stupid they'll cut you no slack

Then they'll happily give you the shirt off their back

 

There are mentors who dole out advice from the ages

And scribes who contribute in multiple pages

 

Jokesters and teamsters and flyboys and cops

Bankers and lawyers and ex-actor flops

 

A real cornucopia. Know what I think?

The Saloon is America.

 

Now gimme a drink! :lol:

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Painting with broad strokes here but -

 

Seems like a bunch of people who are for the most part devout but somewhat irreverent, prone to some personality conflicts but intensely loyal to one another. Courteous, even to some extent courtly, but not above the odd practical joke or snarky comment. The men are 'manly' and capable of being stoic, but not afraid to show their sentimental soft side where women, children, dogs, and friends are concerned. The ladies are feminine and appreciate being treated as Ladies, even as they get down and help dig a stump, sand some drywall, or face plumbing problems.

 

Overall a great bunch of misfits.

 

Sure - why not...I think I'm in there...somewhere :lol:

 

GG ~ :FlagAm:

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The Saloon

 

Now some are quite goofy and some are just tough

Some talk a lot and some just enough

 

A couple are wrinkly and long in the tooth

Some tell tall tales and some stick to the truth

 

We got fat ones and skinny ones in all different shades

Smooth caballeros and blushing young maids

 

Some drop in just for a quick lookee see

And some hang out here for the fine company

 

There's stove up old cowboys with hair like the snow

And some are volcanoes just waitin to blow

 

If you say something stupid they'll cut you no slack

Then they'll happily give you the shirt off their back

 

There are mentors who dole out advice from the ages

And scribes who contribute in multiple pages

 

Jokesters and teamsters and flyboys and cops

Bankers and lawyers and ex-actor flops

 

A real cornucopia. Know what I think?

The Saloon is America.

 

Now gimme a drink! :lol:

^^^^^^^^^^^^

YEAH! That's what I was tryin' t' say!

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Were that Cal Smith that wrote/recorded that first? Porter Waggoner recorded it too I think.

 

Preciate all that Subdeacon...you're pretty close. I'd elaborate but gotta go fold the clothes.

Right on Sam, I kin see we like good music.

 

Hey Gunner, sing us a good old country song, yer know, the ones we used to sing.But then, yer too young to remember them.

Ruffeling Gunners feathers here.LOL :D

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<singing> Oh Lord it's hard to be humble. When you're perfect in every way.

 

I can't wait to look in the mirror. I get better looking each day.

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<singing> Oh Lord it's hard to be humble. When you're perfect in every way.

 

I can't wait to look in the mirror. I get better looking each day.

 

Wow - lucky you! :lol:

 

GG ~ :FlagAm:

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Guest Henry Horns SASS #19579L

...And we hope to meet more of these fine folks at Winter Range this next weekend.

H & H

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I wouldn't belong to a club that would have a blaggart like me for a member, I never did like any of ya all

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I would ride the river with all the pards here.

 

Me too! Although there are a few I ain't sure I'd want driving the boat!

 

JHC

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Never been called devout before.

 

But I can run a boat purty well. :lol:

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<singing> I can't wait to look in the mirror. I get better looking each day.

 

Last time I sang that line, someone said I sure as heck couldn't look much worse.... :angry:

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Painting with broad strokes here but -

 

Seems like a bunch of people who are for the most part devout but somewhat irreverent, prone to some personality conflicts but intensely loyal to one another. Courteous, even to some extent courtly, but not above the odd practical joke or snarky comment. The men are 'manly' and capable of being stoic, but not afraid to show their sentimental soft side where women, children, dogs, and friends are concerned. The ladies are feminine and appreciate being treated as Ladies, even as they get down and help dig a stump, sand some drywall, or face plumbing problems.

 

Overall a great bunch of misfits.

 

Figure I kinda' resemble that remark,(I hope). Most around here do.

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To quote one of my heros..

 

"Ain't I a stinker!!" :lol:

 

-Bugs Bunny

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Painting with broad strokes here but -

 

Seems like a bunch of people who are for the most part devout but somewhat irreverent, prone to some personality conflicts but intensely loyal to one another. Courteous, even to some extent courtly, but not above the odd practical joke or snarky comment. The men are 'manly' and capable of being stoic, but not afraid to show their sentimental soft side where women, children, dogs, and friends are concerned. The ladies are feminine and appreciate being treated as Ladies, even as they get down and help dig a stump, sand some drywall, or face plumbing problems.

 

Overall a great bunch of misfits.

 

 

Thanks Subs... I think? lol.. And yes, I do a lot of guys work, but then my dad taught me how to, so hey, I am not living this life just for show you know.. lol.. The cowboys on here, are wonderful, I totally enjoy talking to them all... I can expect an honest answer right along with the fastest wit I have ever heard.

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The Saloon

 

Now some are quite goofy and some are just tough

Some talk a lot and some just enough

 

A couple are wrinkly and long in the tooth

Some tell tall tales and some stick to the truth

 

We got fat ones and skinny ones in all different shades

Smooth caballeros and blushing young maids

 

Some drop in just for a quick lookee see

And some hang out here for the fine company

 

There's stove up old cowboys with hair like the snow

And some are volcanoes just waitin to blow

 

If you say something stupid they'll cut you no slack

Then they'll happily give you the shirt off their back

 

There are mentors who dole out advice from the ages

And scribes who contribute in multiple pages

 

Jokesters and teamsters and flyboys and cops

Bankers and lawyers and ex-actor flops

 

A real cornucopia. Know what I think?

The Saloon is America.

 

Now gimme a drink! :lol:

 

Utahs.. you are the best with words.. thanks for the pome.. lol... I love it.. and it fits so well..

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Yup, that would certainly be me. ;):rolleyes:

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Me too! Although there are a few I ain't sure I'd want driving the boat!

 

JHC

 

 

....can we run a "Jolly Roger" up tha missen mast. ;)

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....can we run a "Jolly Roger" up tha missen mast. ;)

 

If its missen, shouldn't we find it first?

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