The Texan Cowboy Way

A little Texas Humor from the Silliness archives of RantNRoll.com The Texan Cowboy Way   The old cowhand came riding into town on a hot, dry, dusty day. The townsman watched as he slowly dismounted and tied his horse to the rail outside the saloon. The cowboy then moved slowly to the back of the…
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The Second Printing Has Arrived!

Well, it’s been a few years, but the second printing is finally a reality. On March 1, 2018 we took delivery of 3,000 + new coffee table books. The second printing is even more remarkable than the first.  Our critically acclaimed coffee table book, Texas As I See It (volume I) was a gorgeous example…
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Counting Down To Delivery

On a slow boat from China… Well buckaroos and buckarettes, we are getting closer to delivery of the second printing of Texas As I See It with every passing day. [metaslider id=1966] Here’s the timeline: Currently there are 3,000 copies of this incredibly popular coffee table book on a boat somewhere in the Pacific Ocean…
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Texas As I See It

Pre-Ordering for 2nd Printing Starts Today

Well buckaroos and buckarettes, it’s been a long road, but today marks a milestone. The first printing of Texas As I See It sold all 3,000 copies in 3 years.  We have had so much else going on that we just could not commit the resources to a reprint.  Until NOW. Endorsed by Ebby Halliday…
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Why Would Anyone Want to Move to Texas?

Originally written in 1999, I think it’s time to resurrect this piece from the archives Some People Think We’ve Lost Our Minds (Why would you ever want to leave Marin?) ©1999 Warren P. Harris As a result of a family get-together in Dallas last year, my beloved and I have decided to pull up stakes…
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Finally Some News On a Reprint

Well, it’s been over 3 years since we ran out of books. Finally we are on track for reprinting volume 1 of Texas As I See It Currently we should be receiving another 3,000 books sometime after the first of the year.  As soon as we have an order placed, I will have a pre-order…
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Texas Shaped Waffles Are Fun – and Delicious!

Our grandsons Ryan and Tyler are native Texans and I humor them in any interest they show in their native state, history and minutiae.  If grandpa has anything to say about it, these boys will grow up to be proud Texans with a good knowledge of this amazing state. When the kids recently discovered Texas…
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This Day in Texas History: Alamo Survivor Dies

This Day in Texas History: Alamo Survivor Dies October 7, 1883 On this day in 1883, Susanna Wilkerson Dickinson, survivor of the Alamo, died in Austin. The Tennessee native married Almaron Dickinson in 1829 and moved to Gonzales, Texas, in 1831. Susanna’s only child, Angelina Elizabeth Dickinson, was born in 1834. Her husband went off…
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Today’s Notable Texan: Sly Stone

Apparently a lot of people aren’t aware of of the fact that Sly Stone is a native Texan.  That’s right, the immensely talented and controversial performer born Sylvester Stewart on May 15, 1943, was born in Denton, Texas, but his family moved away around the time he was three months old. Born into a very religious family…
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