Come to think of it, Iowa IS the home of the "PIGS WITH WOODEN LEGS". So you'll get no dispute from me about your knowledge of oinkers. :lol:Keith Stroyan said:I was thinking of Uncle Bill watching the trial in Michigan last weekend. I saw some amazing stylish work. I did see the opposite of a pig as Clint Joiner's dog - who had to be sitting pretty - broke on the honor at the very end of Am. (I've been there in my little HRC world a few times...) That dog WANTS the birds.
Here in Iowa, we KNOW pigs ;-). I didn't see a single pigadore in Michigan. There's lots about FTs that aren't in line with hunters' needs, but the (less harsh) modern trainers aren't making them pigs.
I have noticed a discernable difference in the cheerleaders of Iowa State and the Cornhusker babes. I think Hugh Masekela wrote a song about the Husker cheerleaders. (sorry about that Ken) But I didn't know "this little piggy went to market" was an Iowa original. :wink: Thanks for the insight.
UB...thinking it would be fun to take a class from a kilt-wearer, that obviously doesn't get hung-up on E=MC squared. :idea: