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Discussion in 'Hats' started by Matt Deckard, Apr 10, 2014.
^^^^^ ABBA's kids?
God forbid they be allowed to have any.
Stephen, Harold, Ingrid & Tara formed a band and after months of practice they still sounded like...
Mountain woman, Equine Therapist, Guide & Packer in the PNW.
A nod to one of the greats. On this day in 1980, Steve McQueen passed from among us. RIP my friend. I tip my hat to you, a Stetson Beaver 100 fashioned after the hat worn in the movie, Tom Horn.
Great looking hat Randy.
Robert "Bob" Norris, the Marlboro Man. Passed this week at age 90.
I'm pretty sure that actor John Goodman was one of the Marlboro men early in his career, & Tom Selleck was a counterpart for Kool Cigarettes.
This 2014 article says there were dozens of Marlboro Men over the yrs but doesn't name them all.
There were but he was the original. Told one of his sons to never smoke and when his son replied, asking him why he did the commercials, Norris called up Philip-Morris and quit. There was a lot more to him than the ads. Rancher and philanthropist among them.
Yes, it seems like I've read the obit of a few "Original Marlboro Men."
Something to do with an elephant?
That's why I just smoke a pipe on occasions. Keeps cancer at arms length!
And in Honor of the 101st anniversary of the signing of the Armistice as well as our 100th anniversary of the first Veterans Parade on November 11th. One of our "Dough-boys" home in the Spring of 1919, looking at a couple of new hats to go with his NEW uniform he will soon be getting into.......HAPPY VETERANS DAY!!!
Very inspiring for us hat hobbyists, thanks for sharing that one. Interesting side note, a couple of years ago as part of the Heart of Texas motorcycle rally (which is a state wide scavenger hunt), we were tasked with finding (and riding to and photographing) as many Dough Boy statues and memorials around the state as possible in a single day. That was a very interesting 24 hours.
Cool story!!!!! We have some awesome Dough-Boy statues around the state here too. This is one of my favorites that I added my Stetson Grand Central to for an image.........a style the soldier coming home would soon wear again!!!!
Very nice! And certainly fitting for the day.
Taking the jaunty angle to an extreme:
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Adam Savage at the Wired25 conference.
Carroll Shelby, inventor of the Shelby Cobra by putting a Ford 289 V8 in a British 2-seat sports car, the AC Ace.
Shelby as played by Matt Damon.
Smokey Yunick, longtime race car driver & builder with close connections to General Motors.