ranchero: male or female?

Discussion in 'Ranchero History' started by victoria, Jun 17, 2007.

  1. pdw72

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    More than likely, I wonder if his real name was Francis?
     
  2. rohojo1

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    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.
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    The Duke was an alumnus of my H.S. in Glendale,CA. He graduated in the 20's, I in '64.
     
  4. Spent last night watching my "Flying Tigers" DVD... Great movie... can't do better than a John Wayne Flick..
     
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    Didn't he also do the "Flying Leathernecks"? I've got the "tigers" one and seem to think I got the other too.
     
  6. 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...
     
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    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
     
  8. 5.0 Chero

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    some of US name it what it is as in the PYL
     
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    I felt dumber the second I finished reading,..whatever you wrote there.
     
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    "I felt dumber the second I finished reading,..whatever you wrote there."


    *Kelso* "Ooh, burn!"
     
  11. RANCHEROROB

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    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.........
     
  12. ribald1

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    Had the Prius not already clamed the title we could have used 'she-it'.
     
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