Friday, April 24, 2009

Buffalo Bill

OK ladies, the men on the blog have caucused, and I am here to report back to you. The message from the men to you is that you are setting the bar too high for us. We probably are not going to be able to take violin lessons. We will not put on silk slippers and a leotard and read Irish poetry to you. Would it be possible, just maybe, to give us a more achievable objective? We understand you are not looking for a bare-knuckle prize fighter, but can you come up with a goal we could get behind, and try and achieve.

So, how about this; Pictured above is the William F. Cody. He was a cowboy, a gentleman, a scout, a showman, and a businessman. We could try to be like William F. Coddy, would that make your heart flutter?

22 comments:

  1. In contrast to yesterday's picture, at least he's wearing shoes that don't look like they came from my side of the closet. Definitely a move in the right direction.

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  2. Being a gentleman goes a real long way with me. Plus he supported the rights of Indians and women, so he was fair.

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  3. PJM:

    Yes, he fits the bill nicely. A good combination of macho and sensitivity.

    Actually, you resemble him quite a bit.

    Why don't you offer your own photo on the blog???

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  4. *pitter pat, pitter pat. sigh*

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  5. POPE GEORGE RINGOApril 24, 2009 at 7:35 AM

    Paul Newman made a great movie, "Buffalo Bill and the Indians or Sitting Bull's History Lesson". Not well, known, but worth checking out.

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  6. Yes indeed - just enough "bad boy" and a gentleman to boot. Yup, this is the winner

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  7. I think I speak for all us ladies when I say we'd like to see a picture of PJM with a cowboy hat on, sitting on a horse, with a guitar as if he is seranading us...

    That just might make our hearts flutter.

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  8. Just the right kind of macho for me. Yeehaw!

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  9. Heather,
    Watch it there!
    Mrs. PJM

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  10. How 'bout Joe Namath? ;) I never was in the camp that he was 'good looking', but gotta love Broadway Joe. OK, OK, I'm a shameless Jets fan.

    I'm also a big fan of the Old West. Wild Bill Hickock, Calamity Jane and all that. http://www.nps.gov/archive/peri/images/James%20Hickock.jpg

    Good one, though.

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  11. Definitely a winner! In a day when Indians were treated worse than women, he saw both as equals. Excellent role model - and I had a weakness for men with fuzzy faces!

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  12. Hey! Hello there Mrs. PJM! Nice to meet you! How about this.... we still want PJM with a cowboy hat on, sitting on a horse, with a guitar, only you could be in the picture too! We don't mind if he's seranading YOU. You could dress up like a cowgirl - you know, give the picture a Roy Rogers and Dale Evans feel. Sound better? I'm looking forward to seeing this!

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  13. Heather,
    HA! I would just be happy if he stopped throwing his dirty socks on the floor.
    Mrs. PJM

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  14. Whoever is posting anonoymously pretending to be MRS. PJM please stop. The real Mrs. PJM knows I would NEVER leave dirty clothes on the floor. The real PJM

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  15. LOL! I like Mrs PJM already!

    Dirty socks on the floor, shame, shame PJM! Don't try to play like that's not your lovely wife.... remember we are pretty clever here and can see through your ruse...

    To be honest, I wouldn't mind having some dirty socks to pick up if they were from the feet of a good man! (Anybody know any good single men?)

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  16. I don't think he looks like much of a cuddler. *s*

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  17. Looks like a real character.

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  18. Well, he's better than the others. Except maybe that "hit man" who claims to play the violin might not be too bad. LOL

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  19. PJM:

    You don't look like the sock-throwing type to me.

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  20. Smartgirl;

    HA!

    Mrs. PJM

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