Daniel Khim presents LaaF17... Heroes Part II: G. I. Billy Joe, A Real American Hero!

 
 
 
 
 

Daniel Khim presents LaaF17...

Heroes Part II:

G. I. Billy Joe, A Real American Hero!

Sunday, October 4, 2009

 

ABSTRACT: We all know what cowboys are like. We know they wear those big silly hats, carry around guns, and ride horses through endless terrain. We also know they always drink whiskey, have wild showdowns, and shout things like "yee-haw!" We've got them all figured out....or do we? Are cowboys really that simple? Before the age of flying supermen and and invincible guardians, people would have to turn to these hootenanying heroes to satisfy their need for tales of grand adventure and wonderment. Join me in exploring the complexities of cowboys and an exploration on perhaps why Westerns aren't that boring after all.


SPEAKER BIO: Most superheroes are crime fighters at night, but Daniel Khim is a crime fighter on facebook. Other than his inimitable love of cats doing funny things (like copying), Daniel is unmatched in his expertise in all things animated (both 2D and 3D). Now he's joined the LaaF coalition of hero-analyzers and brings us his expertise on cowboys. Forevermore he shall be known for his expertise on cats, cows, and crimes.


Film: Unforgiven (2002)

Food: Loriel's cowboy chili

When: Sunday, October 4, 2009

Where: Loriel's House

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