Calling All Rodeo Queens
We're starting out here with a two-fer. The first site, RodeoRoyalty.com, is your home for rodeo pageant queens. I mean who doesn't want to keep up with the exploits of Miss This Old Hat or the Thurston County Posse Queen? Right? Although they bill themselves as 'the place where rodeo queens come to meet', we think that's really more appropriate for our second site, HomoRodeo.com . HomoRodeo will keep you up-to-date with the goings on at all the IGRA rodeos. Ride 'em cowboy!
But can you ride 'em missionary position?
Ooh, another two-fer! MissionRodeo.com is 'sharing Jesus, one rodeo at a time!' Just goes to show, you can't get away from the bible thumpers anywhere nowadays. As if that weren't enough, we also have Rodeo Bible Camp. Maybe this isn't so weird. Some of us here at WWWeird have been in the chutes with a steer that was just a wee bit 'active'. We may have found the power of prayer in that moment, but honestly, we were too busy getting the hell out of there to notice.
Goodness, we're being good to you this week, three two-fers. Figures that when you Google 'cowboy jesus' you find yourself with our good old friends at JesusOfTheWeek.com . There you'll find a loverly image of a cowboy crucified on a seguaro cactus. Dig a little deeper in the search results and we find our second item, a real gem. Seems that in Paris, Texas there is a cemetary that actually has a statue of Jesus—in cowboy boots. No shit.
David Magdziarz, We've found your new home page
Welcome to 'A tribute to cowboy boots... and to those folk that make, wear, and admire them.' David, you got your browser pointed there yet? Make sure you venture inside and check out the road trips page. There you'll find links to the Hat 'n' Boots gas station ( which we've thoughtfully provided as our second site in a final two-fer. Can you feel the love? ) and other mammoth-sized boot places. And yes, David, you can reach them by Amtrak.