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Who's This Other Famous Cowboy Cow?

  • GIMME A HINT Pilgrim..

    He's saddled more horses, saved more stage coaches, covered wagons and small western hamlets than everyone in the old west put together.

  • ANOTHER HINT...

    Screen royalty with a unique swaggering walk. He could outdraw, out fight and out drink any western gunslinger anywhere and anytime...

  • OKAY TELL ME WHO...

    This is "The Duke" John Wayne. America's most beloved western film star... ever.

Who's This Surf Dude that Keeps Getting Sent to Weird Places by Phone?

  • GIMME A HINT..

    He played in a phone booth with some dude named Bill where they embarked on an excellent adventure in this 1989 film...

  • ANOTHER HINT...

    Surfed Point Break with Boddhi before battling Team Smith in The Matrix with a non-stop hail of kung-fu fists and bullets.

  • OKAY TELL ME WHO...

    This is Keanu Cow. Laid back surfer dude and butt kicking action hero.

Who's This Badass Tough Guy Beating Up on Rocks and Playing on the A-Team?

  • GIMME A HINT..

    He was boxer Muhammed Ali's bodyguard in real life before getting into film. He beat the pulp out of Rocky in and out of the ring during his first movie role...

  • ANOTHER HINT...

    He turned into a cartoon character for real during his stint with the A-Team then later for Saturday morning animations.

  • OKAY TELL ME WHO...

    This is Mr Tee Cow. Nobody in the history of mankind has scowled more than this dude. Probably nobody has dodged more bullets on screen either.

Copyright © 2014  Dale R. Cody All Rights Reserved. **Disclaimer: This is purely a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents either are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.