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Turtle plus child finished.
Jock does the bmans
“Rhinestone Vaquero” has a better ring to it anyway.
#3. Cowboys Are an American Creation
The original cowboys were Mexican cattlemen known as vaqueros, and they are literally everything you imagine a cowboy to be.
They came up with all of the cowboy lingo, including “bronco,” “lariat,” and even “stampede.” Vaqueros rode the long-haul cattle drives, and their sombreros were probably the precursor to cowboy hats. They also wore chaps, held rodeos, and lived the life of a cowboy in relative anonymity for some 200 years.
When Americans moved westward, it was these vaqueros who knew the land and wildlife enough to help teach the future American cowboys everything they knew. The settlers in turn did the right thing and outright stole the entire culture, including the title of “vaqueros,” which was turned into “buckaroos.”
“There is a massive internet photo trend brewing amongst youths in Japan right now that involves taking pictures of teens who appear to be releasing invisible energy that sends their peers flying. The photo mania is especially popular amongst schoolgirls who started the trend by uploading images on Twitter and labeling them as ‘Makankosappo’, a reference to a special attack in the popular manga-turned-anime Dragon Ball series.” Um, KATIE HARIS, the MIT Libraries NEED to get on this, and we NEED your help. (via Japanese Schoolgirls Perform Superhuman Energy Attacks - My Modern Metropolis)