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Howdy, my name is Rawhide Kobayashi. I'm a 27 year old Japanese Japamerican (western culture fan for you foreigners). I brand and wrangle cattle on my ranch, and spend my days perfecting the craft and enjoying superior American passtimes. (Barbeque, Rodeo, Fireworks) I train with my branding iron every day, this superior weapon can permanently leave my ranch embled on a cattle's hide because it is white-hot, and is vastly superior to any other method of livestock marking. I earned my branding license two years ago, and I have been getting better every day. I speak English fluently, both Texas and Oklahoma dialect, and I write fluently as well. I know everything about American history and their cowboy code, which I follow 100% When I get my American visa, I am moving to Dallas to work in an oil field to learn more about their magnificent culture. I hope I can become a cattle wrangler for the Double Cross Ranch or an oil rig operator for Exxon-Mobil! I own several cowboy hats, which I wear around town. I want t

@mallaidh a classic. Thank you for reminding me of it in these trying times

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comf @mallaidh

@mallaidh i really appreciate the finesse of not specializing in lassos or sharpshooting or moonshine or anything cool.

@mallaidh Incredible.

Spent this entire post waiting for Rawhide to put their middle finger up at some preps though.

@mallaidh i would love to have Cowboy Culture explained at me by this person

@mallaidh this took me so long to realize you weren't serious.

"mallaidh, I had no idea you were--" going on in my head fhdhjakajdh

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