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Old West Adage

“There are really only two kinds of people in the world — those who are cowboys and those who want to be cowboys.”

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16 thoughts on “Old West Adage

  1. Mama who just passed away always loved John Wayne in the westerns. I’d like to be a cowboy too cos he always wins in the movies.

  2. Thank you Cowboy Lawyer for the recent like on my blog. You have me cracking up lots of time with your posts.

    • Thanks for reading my stuff. I visited your blog and appreciate the recent military theme but was not smart enough to find where to push the “like” button. I also saw your post about the flooding in Colorado. Thanks.

      • Hi,

        Currently my blog isn’t open to comments and the like button isn’t activated. I am wanting to change my theme and activate these things. I am computer illiterate, thus it isn’t already done.

        It’s probably easy as pie… Hopefully soon…

  3. The Duke and I share the same hometown. I grew up on his westerns and still enjoy them from time to time. He was truly one of the greats.

    And believe me, there are wannabe cowboys everywhere– most wouldn’t know a Hereford steer from a mountain goat, but they’ve got the hat and that’s all that matters 🙂

  4. I am sure Peyton owns a cowboy hat, as all good men do.

  5. That is one beautiful buckskin. I always wanted one, but couldn’t have been happier with my beautiful bay mare. I still miss her.

  6. This is so true. The same can’t be said for lawyers, my friend 🙂
    (Beautiful horse).

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