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richardbeal

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Watched this fully restored movie on Netflix today or you can get it on Amazon.  Obviously being a New Mexican it was especially interesting for me.  But typically Gene Autry. There’s more rhythm on the range in Sons of New Mexico (1949 by Columbia Pictures), Gene Autry’s 70th movie. 71…

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Cowboy Language Barrier

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From the Western Horseman By Kelli Neubert   Sometimes it’s hard to feel understood in this big, wide world. Granted, I spend a good portion of my time around other people who understand what I do for a living. Their diction involves a lot of equine, bovine and Western terminology. Sure,…

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Actually, Raising Beef Is Good for the Planet

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By Nicolette Hahn Niman Wall Street Journal People who advocate eating less beef often argue that producing it hurts the environment. Cattle, we are told, have an outsize ecological footprint: They guzzle water, trample plants and soils, and consume precious grains that should be nourishing hungry humans. Lately, critics have…

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El Dorado (1966)

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Watched the classic western “El Dorado” the other day.  Fantastic movie. From Wikipedia: El Dorado is a 1966 American Western film produced and directed by Howard Hawks and starring John Wayne and Robert Mitchum. Written by Leigh Brackett and loosely based on the novel The Stars in Their Courses by…

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