Life in the West 11/19/15
By paulauer, Updated
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Why hello there! I'm jes yer av'rage Cowboy, an' all that. Dis here's my home-town'n Arizona. I often go through these here places while herdin' Cattle. I'll tell ya right now, these parts been growing more 'n more business by. the. day.
But it's more than being than sittin around in them towns. These are the places where I've been herdin LongHorns: That is 'till lately with these ranchers been stealin' my job, blocking, everything off like them gov' types: It don't seem to stop smugglers try'n to rob me.
Sometimes, I come across these abandoned barns 'n sods; some can't handle the pressure of livin' out here. These plot-a land ends up rottin' over. Like i'ws sayin, it don't seem to help with them laws; you gotta take'a care's yourself out here, Ain't no help from any.
After all this stompin about the mid-west, I arrives in one of 'em big towns, then get paid. At last, I go have a heck a time in these bars! That is if these folks like behind, could find somewhere else to go for the chit-chattin. This ain't the best place for kids 'n elders.
Oh, these are some of 'em trains unloadin'... These things deliver cursed barb-wire, cat'log book orders, one them rancher's crops; Why not help destroy my life eh? Although I do got some respect for these fellas, as they often gotta defend themselves from theives.
And then these poor suckers: One thing 'bout these parts, is that either there's no law whatsoever, or if you're drunk too many times, you's end up here. Mayors need to worry 'bout other things. I's Wonder how many souls met their maker on that Noose?
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