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Rodeos Anonymous 05/22/2019 (Wed) 19:31:19 [Preview] No. 20709
I went to a rodeo as a kid, but I've only recently realized how dangerous and stupid they are. The whole point is to piss off a bull and then to risk your life trying to ride it as long as you can to entertain people. All while a rodeo clown tells redneck jokes to the crowd during the boring bits, interspaced with generic country music, American flag worship, and an audience of fake people dressed in boots and hats, pretending to be cowboys and trying to talk more masculine than each other.

I don't regret seeing it since I didn't pay for it, but it's all pretty ridiculous, and my ticket cost $100. Tbh listening to the clown insult the audience, telling the city folk if they were rich and owned a horse and quarter acre of grass they called a ranch, it meant nothing, and they still weren't real cowboys unless they had 100 acres. Thay was the best part.


Anonymous 05/23/2019 (Thu) 04:39:00 [Preview] No.20714 del
>Tbh listening to the clown insult the audience, telling the city folk if they were rich and owned a horse and quarter acre of grass they called a ranch, it meant nothing, and they still weren't real cowboys unless they had 100 acres. Thay was the best part.

That is so true too. Kinda ironic they poke fun at their own audience. I'm from a small rural town and never once been to a rodeo before. It sounds fun, kinda like horse races are fun going to. But around here, if you have 20 acres nearby on the outskirts and junctions you're a farmer or rancher, not a cowboy. Cowboys - real ones that is - are seldom and rare today. They tend to travel from town to town and camp out in 'no-mans lands', always traveling and doing odd jobs to make ends meat. Lone wolves typically.



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