Now are you guys are going to take away "cow tipping" too?
Originally Posted by Lucy
Actually, rodeos will be around as long as there are cowboys. They are not being cruel to these animals. You have to look at it in a different perspective. In this case, David, our newest bachelor, is trying to "break" a horse so that is user friendly. Speaking of David, do you think he'll actually find true love with this group?
I live in a fairly rural area. We have LOTS of cowboys, cows, ranches etc. I am not a huge fan of rodeos, though I will say, I LOVE bull riding. Recently though, I did attend what is called a ranch rodeo. It works like this. There are teams that are made up of 4-6 cowboys. They usually all work at the same ranch. The events are then based on what a cowboy might actually have to do in the course of a days work. Catch a hurt calf and tend to it's injuries. Milk a mommy cow because a young calf can not nurse. Round up the heard and move them to another location. Anyhow I think you get the idea. What amazed me, is a lot of what you see in a regular rodeo, is what cowboys use in everyday work. They have to be able to rope that calf etc. So now I can see how rodeos got their start and where the various events come from. I don't agree with necessarily doing it just for the fun of it, but I don't think rodeos will be going away any time soon.
Originally Posted by Daddio
C'mon Without Cmon Within
Also, didn't David reply when asked about whether or not he was ever married- that he had a girlfriiend and that she lived with his parents on their ranch. I dont know what exactly constitutes a ranch... but it sounds like a whole lot of land and pretty expensive to me.
Originally Posted by John
What kind of weird arrangement is that? "My girlfriend lives with my parents in their house on their ranch while I live in a trailer out back." WTF?
Originally Posted by QuinntheEskimo
In my own Reality
I believe Evan ate Whoppers not Big Macs. Often you can find Whoppers for the low low price of $1 which would explain how Evan was able to afford them.
Yeah but you can buy Big Macs for $.99
Originally Posted by VectorWega
Being a Texas girl myself and seeing one of the world's largest rodeos year after year, the only thing I've seen that looks like it hurts anybody is if the cowboys get the boot onto their booty or the poor little calves being pulled around by their tail by high school students. That has to hurt, but then again, the calves usually get the better end of the stick....
Originally Posted by Karkar
Um maybe this discussion is better suited to Current Events . Back to how David survives on 11K . Oh I know, daddy is rich .
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