So, all spring and summer we watched them work one of the horses at the public stable at the end of our farm road, and I took to calling the horse Boots because its legs were black.
One day recently, I saw a woman riding the horse down the farm road, and I asked her what its name is. “Cheyenne,” she said, and I explained that I’d called it Boots and now I’d call it by its right name from now on. Later, I realized I hadn’t asked her name nor given her my name as she rode along, but who cares about the people, hey?
At any rate, it proves a data point that supports the Nogglean law that Cities in Wyoming make good names for horses.
Compare and contrast the potential horse names from cities in Wyoming and Illinois:
|Wyoming city||Illinois city|
Today’s fun fact: There are almost as many incorporated municipalities in St. Louis County, Missouri (91) as there are in the entire state of Wyoming (99). How many are there in the state of Illinois? Too many.
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Another law: towns in Texas make good baby names.
Girls: Cut and Shoot, Bug Tussle, Gun Barrel.
Boys: Dime Box, Possum Kingdom, Uncertain.
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