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They wore crushed hats of all varieties: bowlers, straws, stetsons, derbies, homburgs.
Presumably, if you live in some places, a crowd of drunk white kids in stetsons screams "rednecks out for trouble".
Would westerns be better off without six-shooters, stetsons, saloons and swing-doors?
Unicorns: Have they been mylittleponied into blunt four-color rainbows?
Blissfully surreal sight to see the Godyssey lit up and twinkling from the LEDs on three hundred pink stetsons.
There suddenly are stetsons with fat, old, politically-connected CEOs under them everywhere.
IheartUSA: They want to wear Levis and stetsons, just like the rest of us.
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We should be wearing stetsons and riding mules, not sitting in a car.
It was the show of stetsons, shoulder pads and plenty of sex and scandal.
Frans van der Doak, 41, from Eindhoven looked resplendent in orange, with the latter pair in bright orange suits complete with waistcoats and stetsons.
It turns out - once one has breached the Business Loop and Sirloin Stockade - to be a quiet, bleached town in which Sam's Boot Corral seems to have gone bust, but where the Empire Soda Fountain makes good coffee and old men wearing stetsons have plenty of time to chat outside La Nacional bar and restaurant on Pecan Street.
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