Cowboys

Contest Info

  • Started: 12/29/2005 06:00
  • Ended: 12/31/2005 06:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 31
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
Cowboys
Contest Directions: It's cowboy time! Create images of any politician, celebrity and world figures as cowboys! Yee-haw!

Contest Info

    • Started: 12/29/2005 06:00
    • Ended: 12/31/2005 06:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 31
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
This gallery only contains our top 32 selections from its parent contest Cowboys. All 31 contest pictures can be viewed here.
  • Cowboy George

    Cowboy George
  • Anderson Cooper

    Anderson Cooper
  • Jude Law

    Jude Law
  • Sylvester Stallone

    Sylvester Stallone
  • George Bush

    George Bush
  • George W Bush

    George W Bush
  • Al Pacino

    Al Pacino
  • Jennifer Aniston

    Jennifer Aniston
  • Little Richard

    Little Richard
  • Oprah

    Oprah
  • Osama

    Osama
  • Courtney

    Courtney
  • Sean Penn

    Sean Penn
  • Ozzy Osborne

    Ozzy Osborne
  • Dr Phil

    Dr Phil
  • Valdez Is Coming

    Valdez Is Coming
  • Clinton horse

    Clinton horse
  • Rodeo Queen

    Rodeo Queen
  • John Goodman

    John Goodman
  • Chris Rock

    Chris Rock
  • Ellen

    Ellen
  • Jessica

    Jessica
  • Laura Bush

    Laura Bush
  • Jessica Alba

    Jessica Alba
  • Einstein

    Einstein
  • Dalai Llama Cowboy

    Dalai Llama Cowboy
  • The Villain

    The Villain
  • Osama

    Osama
  • Colin Farrell

    Colin Farrell
  • Liberace

    Liberace
  • Blair

    Blair
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This contest is fueled by the following news: Rumor has it that a couple of gay cowboys are nothing to fear - at least as far as moviegoers are concerned. "Brokeback Mountain" posted the highest per screen average when it opened over the holiday weekend. Ang Lee directed the film, which follows a twenty year long romance between two roughneck cowboys. The film earned an average of $13,599 per theater, compared with $9,305 for the weekend premiere of "King Kong" and $8,225 for "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe." The ultimate question is whether or not "Brokeback" can sustain its momentum as it moves from a selected city release to a broader on across the country and the world. Cowboy's cross firing became a widespread legend, cast by Hollywood. How effective would the duels of cowboys be! Two people in the middle of city streets clear up their relations using pistols and the crowd of fellow citizens, observe this event after surrounding the duelists in a circular fashion. However, in present life, the entire thing was prosier. Cowboys seldom settled for similar shows. And in general, cowboys took good care of their own lives. The pistol coming out of the holster for simple issues was a rare thing. Pistols were a requirement of the cowboy but, they used them to only drive the herds, drive the left out animals to flock, divert the leader of the herd in a required direction only if the leader did not wish to obey the orders through more humane methods. In the majority of Hollywood and other films about the Wild West, the protagonist, as a rule, possesses a set of magnificent weapons. Gracefully and quickly, the cowboy takes out the chromium-plated Smith & Wesson, sparkling under the sun and with a bone or buffed wooden handle. Unfortunately, this too is no more than a legend. Such a weapon was not peculiar to the cowboy. Expensive pistols were manufactured during other times but the cowboy did not have means to possess them. Pistols of cheap models, frequently out dated specimens were used. The masterly possession of a weapon, certainly, looks beautiful, but in real life, was seldom used and was most probably an element of a show during Buffalo Bill's circus performances. Every cowboy was not an expert in effectively twisting the pistols and more over, it was not necessary. High-speed gun fire, retaining the trigger in a pressed condition and pulling the "trigger" was also one from the series of legends. Actually, such tricks are dangerous. Since pistols were cheap, the cylinder may skew due to overheating and in this case, the cowboy gunner risked their fingers and may have to live his remaining life without fingers. Besides, the accurate firing of pistols is much more desired and during such a method of firing, chances to hit the mark decreased by 50 percent.
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