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Geez..make up your mind....Is she a GL or a BL?

These sudden shifts of your stance make it difficult to follow an already erratic thread.



I bet you know more than you say....how about burrito, taco, enchilada, tortilla, quesadilla......And then thereís Dox Equis and Tequila?

"And then thereís Dox Equis and Tequila?"

I really don't know what Dox Equis and Teguila is.

I really don't.

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"And then there’s Dox Equis and Tequila?"

I really don't know what Dox Equis and Teguila is.

I really don't.

I'm a Busch Light kind of girl.
Ah, misprint!

Dos Equis, not Dox Equis. Mine

Tequila, not Teguila. Yours

I’ll forgive you if you forgive me.


I prefer Fat Tire. Not into hard liquor myself, though if some one serves me a lime margarita (or two), I won’t complain.


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And, my mower better have gas!
I love having gas! Keeps my wife of 40 years on her side of the bed.....

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On TCM - The Man Who Short Liberty
- A senator, who became famous for killing a notorious outlaw, returns for the funeral of an old friend and tells the truth about his deed.
- The film takes place at that turning point in the West when the rule of force gave way to the rule of law, and when literacy began to gain a foothold. It asks the question: Does a man need to carry a gun in order to disagree or state an opinion? It takes place in the town of Shinbone, in an unnamed territory that is moving toward a vote on statehood. Farmers want statehood. Cattlemen do not.

SP - go watch the 1962 movie / John Wayne gives James Stewart, pistol listens.
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LOL Larry!

The Man Who "Shot" Liberty Valance. One of John Ford's most thought provoking westerns. Also one of John Wayne's only westerns where he dies before the movie ends. The Cowboys, is the only other one that comes to mind. Jimmy Stewart was one of my favorite actors in "cowboy" roles. As was Henry Fonda.

Lee Marvin was awesome as Liberty

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On TCM - The Man Who Short Liberty
- A senator, who became famous for killing a notorious outlaw, returns for the funeral of an old friend and tells the truth about his deed.
- The film takes place at that turning point in the West when the rule of force gave way to the rule of law, and when literacy began to gain a foothold. It asks the question: Does a man need to carry a gun in order to disagree or state an opinion? It takes place in the town of Shinbone, in an unnamed territory that is moving toward a vote on statehood. Farmers want statehood. Cattlemen do not.

SP - go watch the 1962 movie / John Wayne gives James Stewart, pistol listens.
Wait, something doesnít make sense here.

"A senator, who became famous for killing a notorious outlaw, returns for the funeral of an old friend and tells the truth about his deed.Ē

Though the way you worded it, perhaps it was a surprise in the movie too?
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@ the brod...

When the Hoopla took place, Jimmy Stewart was not a senator. He was a lawyer recently located to the pucker bush west. At the time of the shooting of Liberty Valance, he was working as a dish washer at a bar/restaurant. He stole the heart of John Wayne's love. It turns out that John Wayne is the one that shot Liberty and saved Stewart"s life.

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) - IMDb

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Wait, something doesn’t make sense here.

"A senator, who became famous for killing a notorious outlaw, returns for the funeral of an old friend and tells the truth about his deed.”

Though the way you worded it, perhaps it was a surprise in the movie too?
MEL ^^ Just a C&P job, off google.

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STJ - I didn't like to see John Wayne die, in the Cowboys...

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My favorite Jimmy Steward movie (of all time), came out when I was a junior in HS...in 1970:

The Cheyenne Social Club
- A cowboy in 1867 learns that he has inherited a Wyoming social club from his late brother. To his slow-talking partner's delight, he finds that the club is a bawdy house.

Best footage is the gun fight standoff, in the saloon:
- Jimmy Steward survives because Henry Fonda is cracking a peanut, behind Bannister...when guns are drawn.
Must watch action footage, starts @ 1:37 time frame.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CbO5thiWtQ

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In 1867, John O'Hanlan (Stewart) and Harley Sullivan (Fonda) are aging cowboys working on open cattle ranges in Texas. O'Hanlan gets a letter from an attorney in Cheyenne, Wyoming, that his disreputable and now deceased brother, DJ, left him something called The Cheyenne Social Club in his will.

After they make the 1,000 mile (1,600 km) trek to Cheyenne, O'Hanlan and Sullivan learn that The Cheyenne Social Club is a high-class brothel next to the railroad. O'Hanlan's new-found status as a man of property makes him the most popular man in town, until he decides to turn the Club into a respectable boarding house.

The ladies of the Club show no sign of leaving. John gets into a bar-room brawl with several men who are equally angry at the prospect of the Club closing. John then learns from DJ's lawyer that DJ had made a deal with the railroad: if the ladies leave the Club, the land the Club is on will revert to the railroad.

John returns to the Club to discover that Jenny, the head girl (Jones), has been assaulted by a man named Corey Bannister. John, with Harley following along, arms himself and goes to the bar where Bannister is. John kills Bannister when Bannister mistakes Harley's cracking pecans for a second gun. "Just like DJ would have done" the barkeeper intones of John's heroics.

The Sheriff advises John and Harley that Bannister's relatives are sure to head for Cheyenne once they learn of Bannister's death. He says he would like to stay and help John and Harley face down the Bannisters, but has to leave town on business.

Harley heeds the Sheriff's warning and leaves for Texas in spite of John's pleas to stay. En route, Harley meets several men at a campfire. While engaging in conversation with the men, Harley discovers they are the Bannisters. He mounts his horse and rides on.

The Bannisters show up at the Club and a gunfight ensues. John, with help from Jenny, kills two Bannisters from the window. A third Bannister enters the house through a back door and is killed by Jenny. Harley, who has returned, kills the fourth Bannister after climbing the railroad water tower. John yells, "Is that you Harley?" The head Bannister hears this and remembers Harley as the man who approached them at the campfire. He shoots at Harley, but is gunned down by John. The sixth Bannister runs away.

John and Harley are feted at the bar which had formerly shunned them. The Sheriff congratulates them and then tells them 20 to 30 of the Bannisters cousins, the Markstones, are heading to Cheyenne. He says he would like to stay and help John and Harley face the Markstones, but has to leave town again on business.

This time, John decides to leave and he has DJ's lawyer transfer ownership of the Club to Jenny. Months later, while working cattle on the range in Texas, John receives a letter from Jenny. He is touched by it, but tosses it into the fire before him. Harley is upset John has destroyed the letter because he wanted to read it. They then ride off together, arguing.

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Ah, misprint!

Dos Equis, not Dox Equis. Mine

Tequila, not Teguila. Yours

Iíll forgive you if you forgive me.


I prefer Fat Tire. Not into hard liquor myself, though if some one serves me a lime margarita (or two), I wonít complain.


Which reminds me; does anyone here like the new ďmost interesting manĒ? I didnít even like the old one, except in the ad where he had the tiny giraffe sitting next to him. At least, I thought I remembered one like that. But the internet only gives me this DirecTV one which I like (too?)

DirecTV [youtube=ďtiny_giraffeĒ]rkB9OT2XVvA[/youtube]
Since I copied and pasted your quote, I quoted your quote and added quotation marks, guess we have to clink beer bottles and move on!

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LOL Larry!

The Man Who "Shot" Liberty Valance. One of John Ford's most thought provoking westerns. Also one of John Wayne's only westerns where he dies before the movie ends. The Cowboys, is the only other one that comes to mind. Jimmy Stewart was one of my favorite actors in "cowboy" roles. As was Henry Fonda.

Lee Marvin was awesome as Liberty

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My favorite Jimmy Steward movie (of all time), came out when I was a junior in HS...in 1970:

The Cheyenne Social Club
- A cowboy in 1867 learns that he has inherited a Wyoming social club from his late brother. To his slow-talking partner's delight, he finds that the club is a bawdy house.

Best footage is the gun fight standoff, in the saloon:
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CbO5thiWtQ

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After they make the 1,000 mile (1,600 km) trek to Cheyenne, O'Hanlan and Sullivan learn that The Cheyenne Social Club is a high-class brothel next to the railroad. O'Hanlan's new-found status as a man of property makes him the most popular man in town, until he decides to turn the Club into a respectable boarding house.

The ladies of the Club show no sign of leaving. John gets into a bar-room brawl with several men who are equally angry at the prospect of the Club closing. John then learns from DJ's lawyer that DJ had made a deal with the railroad: if the ladies leave the Club, the land the Club is on will revert to the railroad.

John returns to the Club to discover that Jenny, the head girl (Jones), has been assaulted by a man named Corey Bannister. John, with Harley following along, arms himself and goes to the bar where Bannister is. John kills Bannister when Bannister mistakes Harley's cracking pecans for a second gun. "Just like DJ would have done" the barkeeper intones of John's heroics.

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The Bannisters show up at the Club and a gunfight ensues. John, with help from Jenny, kills two Bannisters from the window. A third Bannister enters the house through a back door and is killed by Jenny. Harley, who has returned, kills the fourth Bannister after climbing the railroad water tower. John yells, "Is that you Harley?" The head Bannister hears this and remembers Harley as the man who approached them at the campfire. He shoots at Harley, but is gunned down by John. The sixth Bannister runs away.

John and Harley are feted at the bar which had formerly shunned them. The Sheriff congratulates them and then tells them 20 to 30 of the Bannisters cousins, the Markstones, are heading to Cheyenne. He says he would like to stay and help John and Harley face the Markstones, but has to leave town again on business.

This time, John decides to leave and he has DJ's lawyer transfer ownership of the Club to Jenny. Months later, while working cattle on the range in Texas, John receives a letter from Jenny. He is touched by it, but tosses it into the fire before him. Harley is upset John has destroyed the letter because he wanted to read it. They then ride off together, arguing.
Man! You just ruined the ending for me!
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You all are getting out of control.

Just like Rocky and two little wayward pullets. Those three have been spending the last week sleeping outside in trees

Taking my reins back!

Then, I can go back to the gun subject because dead chickens will spark a new fire on this pitiful chicken thread.

I went to Cabellas at lunch today. Went in with my sticky note pad full of notes. Told the dude everything my potential instructor advised me to. They showed me everything but what the instructor advised me. Instructer said they would do that. So, now I know I am not playing with Cabellas. But, I can still go hold some inventory when the new inventory floats in when hunting season starts.
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SP - Like Daa'hhh...ask me if I care !!
- the reading is a reminder, for those like me
- haven't seed the movie, for some 47 years...not on my TV stations
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SP - Like Daa'hhh...ask me if I care !!
- the reading is a reminder, for those like me
- haven't seed the movie, for some 47 years...not on my TV stations
You didn't have to read, the plots end...next you will be blaming BJ, for reading too fast.
Every time it comes on, few and far between, I watch it!

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So, there!

SP - so YOU DID KNOW THE ENDING, AFTER ALL......the little Fibber McGee (aka FMc)
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Rutrow!!

All the more reason to buy a gun!

A coyote trasped across my property in close enough view and shoot. Of course, my phone was in my purse.

Broad daylight! 7:14 pm.

Watched for a little bit. Saw the mind wheels working on that canine.

Tried to get most of the girls in the safety zone. Half of them are clearly not ready for bed!

I think I said at one time on this thread, chickens are easy.

I lied.

I have to admit the coyote was pretty darn healthy looking. I would say an attractive coyote.
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When the Hoopla took place, Jimmy Stewart was not a senator. He was a lawyer recently located to the pucker bush west. At the time of the shooting of Liberty Valance, he was working as a dish washer at a bar/restaurant. He stole the heart of John Wayne's love. It turns out that John Wayne is the one that shot Liberty and saved Stewart"s life.

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) - IMDb

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OK, I know Iím way behind here...but your explanation has the same flaw....a lawyer told the truth.

Though Iím not really following the plot lines you guys have been throwing back and forth, even though I like Wayne and Stewart. I just donít feel like thinking today....

Iím sure you explain things better in your text...but the short version worked as a joke for me to throw out there......LOL?
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SP - Like Daa'hhh...ask me if I care !!
- the reading is a reminder, for those like me
- haven't seed the movie, for some 47 years...not on my TV stations
You didn't have to read, the plots end...next you will be blaming BJ, for reading too fast.
Every time it comes on, few and far between, I watch it!

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Coyotes can be attractive. If you donít have to worry about your chickens, cats or small dogs.

I watched one come through our yard and mark a bush. Was waiting to see if my dog picked up on it and re-marked...but he didnít seem to notice. Drat....I thought it would be a fun story to tell.
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SP - so YOU DID KNOW THE ENDING, AFTER ALL......the little Fibber McGee (aka FMc)
So there, back 2 U...as in "touche".
I refuse to accept the title, "Fibber Mcgee".

I was merely withholding valid information.

Sue me!



LOL

You crack me up!

"touche" to you, as well!

I am snort laughing right now!
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Coyotes can be attractive. If you donít have to worry about your chickens, cats or small dogs.

I watched one come through our yard and mark a bush. Was waiting to see if my dog picked up on it and re-marked...but he didnít seem to notice. Drat....I thought it would be a fun story to tell.
Feeling your pain.

That coyote was clearly looking for dinner of the easy prey kind.
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I had a nice thought in my head after I saw it. I will tell my dumbass neighors about it.

See? I can be a good neighbor.
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