Discussion in 'Ranchero History' started by victoria, Jun 17, 2007.
More than likely, I wonder if his real name was Francis?
No need to apologize. The Duke has always been one of my hero's. Did you know that one of his first gig's was as Sandy the Singing Cowboy? Now that is a scary thought, but he did actually have a pretty decent singing voice.
The Duke was an alumnus of my H.S. in Glendale,CA. He graduated in the 20's, I in '64.
Spent last night watching my "Flying Tigers" DVD... Great movie... can't do better than a John Wayne Flick..
Didn't he also do the "Flying Leathernecks"? I've got the "tigers" one and seem to think I got the other too.
yep...he sure did.. lots of people these days think he only did cowboy movies...while great...his war movies were every bit as good...In Harms Way is a stellar achievement in my opinion... fantastic movie...
Wow, old thread but here's a thought...yeah I name my cars. My 69 500 felt like a male car as soon as I sat in him for the first time. Smelled, looked, and acted like a male car. So is Henry the 66 F-100. My daily driver is a little gold Mazda, she's definitely a girl, I call her Miss Maz. At first i thought that guys tend to name their cars female names and the ladies masculinize their vehicles, but i think it just depends on the situation. ok, rant over.lol -Cindy
some of US name it what it is as in the PYL
I felt dumber the second I finished reading,..whatever you wrote there.
"I felt dumber the second I finished reading,..whatever you wrote there."
*Kelso* "Ooh, burn!"
Well, Quite a bit has happened over the last 8 or 9 years....you know, stuff like free tampons in the mens room, lawsuits for referring to a female as a girl or a male as boy. So maybe we should refer to our Rancheros as He/She......NOOOOOO scratch that. I think that term is offensive to trannies which is also offensive.........
Had the Prius not already clamed the title we could have used 'she-it'.
Separate names with a comma.