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(Channel 955)   Iowa farmers, unhappy with the dwindling press attention to their crop circles, have turned to the oldest trick in the book to draw tourists: the levitating chick in the corn field gag   (channel955.com) divider line 24
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2012-10-12 12:14:13 PM
FTA:
The bull was eventually wrangled by the riders, who discovered him hiding amid the corn.

That little boy blue is gonna get sacked this time.
 
2012-10-12 12:17:14 PM
western saddles are like big barcaloungers so easier to stand on, never liked those kind of saddles because you have a big horn right in front of your junk.
 
2012-10-12 12:17:57 PM
Mmmm..cowgirl butt.

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2012-10-12 12:19:55 PM
She was just looking for Moonlight Graham.
 
2012-10-12 12:20:03 PM
The corn was dead and dry. Why didn't they just enclose a rectangular perimeter with gasoline and light it all on fire? The bull wouldn't have had anywhere to run as the flames closed in around it, thus appeasing the man who walks behind the rows. Stupid adults. I hope they're all killed by their own children.
 
2012-10-12 12:22:02 PM

Headso: western saddles are like big barcaloungers so easier to stand on, never liked those kind of saddles because you have a big horn right in front of your junk.


Western saddles are working saddles. That horn is there for tying off a lasso like a cleat on a dock is for tying off a painter rope.
 
2012-10-12 12:22:14 PM
So the drought was so bad this summer that the corn is barely tall enough to completely hide an entire horse?
 
2012-10-12 12:24:25 PM

cgraves67: Headso: western saddles are like big barcaloungers so easier to stand on, never liked those kind of saddles because you have a big horn right in front of your junk.

Western saddles are working saddles. That horn is there for tying off a lasso like a cleat on a dock is for tying off a painter rope.


yeah I know, but most people who ride them do so for pleasure.
 
2012-10-12 12:25:23 PM
I got a stalk she can ride
 
2012-10-12 12:25:53 PM

Headso: western saddles are like big barcaloungers so easier to stand on, never liked those kind of saddles because you have a big horn right in front of your junk.


\CSB..when I was a teenager, I was riding horses a lot during Summer vacation. One of the local cowgirls came over with her barrel riding horse. She asked me if I wanted to ride it...I foolishly said yes.
As soon as I got in the stirrups and nudged the horse, it was like a rocket taking off.
My feet immediately came out of the stirrups, so I held on to the pommel for dear life. The horse did a perfect race route, but it was under some low oak trees. I managed to duck. As the horse cleared the final "barrel", it hauled ass to the finish line and stopped on a dime, right in front of its owner.
Whereupon I launched into the air and came down on the pommel, directly on my nutsack.
I calmly kicked my leg over the saddle, stepped to the ground, handed her the reins, and gingerly walked home across the street.
And went in search of some ice.
 
2012-10-12 12:27:16 PM

spentmiles: The corn was dead and dry. Why didn't they just enclose a rectangular perimeter with gasoline and light it all on fire? The bull wouldn't have had anywhere to run as the flames closed in around it, thus appeasing the man who walks behind the rows. Stupid adults. I hope they're all killed by their own children.


Coulda had lunch too.
Where the hell you been, man?


I'm expecting something quite epic in response. 
 
2012-10-12 12:31:34 PM

spentmiles: The corn was dead and dry. Why didn't they just enclose a rectangular perimeter with gasoline and light it all on fire? The bull wouldn't have had anywhere to run as the flames closed in around it, thus appeasing the man who walks behind the rows. Stupid adults. I hope they're all killed by their own children.


You know who ELSE was too short to be seen among the corn?

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2012-10-12 12:32:32 PM
you had me at "chick" and "gag"
 
2012-10-12 12:35:11 PM

Headso: western saddles are like big barcaloungers so easier to stand on, never liked those kind of saddles because you have a big horn right in front of your junk.


Yeah, but it's easier and less painful to tie a rope around the saddle horn than it is your junk. Especially if there's a cow or bull attached to the other end of the rope.
 
2012-10-12 12:56:40 PM

PacManDreaming: Headso: western saddles are like big barcaloungers so easier to stand on, never liked those kind of saddles because you have a big horn right in front of your junk.

Yeah, but it's easier and less painful to tie a rope around the saddle horn than it is your junk. Especially if there's a cow or bull attached to the other end of the rope.


Kinky
 
2012-10-12 01:53:50 PM
The Oglala and the Cheyenne are not impressed.
 
2012-10-12 02:23:41 PM
Why do I find that she can do that so totally hot!
/might be the pony tail...
 
2012-10-12 02:56:56 PM
Releasing a bull into a corn maze would make it more exciting
 
2012-10-12 03:45:00 PM

gr8fultom: Why do I find that she can do that so totally hot!
/might be the pony tail...


Maybe because you may know that women who are good with horses are usually fantastic in bed. They like to ride.
 
2012-10-12 04:18:59 PM
"For those of us city slickers who think merely petting a horse is a big deal, it is almost as mind-boggling that the rider can stand up on her steed as it is to actually be able to float."

Seriously? Mind-boggling? I did that as a kid in the third grade... it's called vaulting and it's done in competitions all the time...

More surprising is that it actually has a real world use apparently...
 
2012-10-12 04:38:30 PM
Crop circles go back to 1678 Link #1 Link #2

/M. Night Shyamalan really did his homework for Signs.
 
2012-10-12 04:43:25 PM

Zachery: So the drought was so bad this summer that the corn is barely tall enough to completely hide an entire horse?


That was some of the taller corn I've seen around Iowa; it's worse in my neck of Iowa, and I'm not far from Des Moines.

/CSB:
Even as a city boy studying a non-agriculture-related subject, my summer campus job for a couple years was with the Agriculture Department. Spent a lot of time at various fields around Iowa taking soil core samples. I have a poor sense of direction, and used to have to take a compass into the rows with me to find my way back to where I parked the truck; navigation is surprisingly difficult when surrounded on all sides by 8' corn plants.
 
2012-10-13 01:22:23 AM

Bermuda59: Releasing a bull into a corn maze would make it more exciting


The Greeks have already done that.
 
2012-10-13 12:34:46 PM
I think that was actually a steer, not a bull
 
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