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Can anyone envision a more suitable American pitchman than a cowboy? The hardened demeanor. The thousand-yard stare. The life that hearkens back to rugged survival and unsettled frontiers. It's no wonder that millions of Americans were drawn to the Western genre in film and TV -- it is, after all, a romanticized account of a time in this country's history. And if the sight of John Wayne and Gary Cooper in 10-gallon hats can usher folks into a multiplex in droves, surely a reasonable facsimile can hawk a pack of smokes with equal flair. That was the notion dreamt up by ad exec Leo Burnett in 1954. The Don Draper of his ...
My dad, who died six years ago today, was a cowboy. A real one, complete with beat-up Stetson and muddy ropers and a Ford pickup and an ancient blanket-lined Levi's jean jacket that smelled of manure, leather, horse sweat, and tobacco -- the distinctive aroma of all cowboys, the one that's rubbed so deep into their sunburned hides that it doesn't come out no matter how long they spend in the shower or how much Old Spice they try to mask it with. Dad's been on my mind a lot this week -- well, Dad, Jefferson, and George W. Bush. Dad never owned rangeland or cattle -- ... Read More
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