Cornhole in the News

April 30, 2009
by Alan

As our first month winds down (okay more like our first week passes, which just happens to be at the end of the month). I would like to introduce a new reoccuring feature, “Cornhole in the News”. How often will this feature be updated? Who knows likely only when some cornhole related story catches our eyes. Anyway onto our feature presentation…click “(continue reading…)” to see the stories.

The first story not only mentions cornhole but aslo a giant chicken and the swine flu.

Kevin Costner, Kenny Chesney & Brad Paisley Saddle Up To Stagecoach 2009

The Stagecoach Country Music Festival tumbled through Indio, California last weekend attracting the highest concentration of wife-beaters, American flags, and games of cornhole ever imagined on a polo field.

For two full days, the desert sang like the country, and smelled like a BBQ pit. Toss in a mechanical bull and a giant chicken, and you’ve got yourself a hickerrific ho-down! For those of you who couldn’t make it to the festival, allow me to fill you in. You know you’re at Stagecoach when…

-Farmers’ tans aren’t just acceptable, they’re cool.

-The guy next to you wearing a 2-foot, 25-pound Jesus Piece is not a priest.

-Diversity means an encounter with a San Diego skatepunk who showed up one weekend too late.

-Despite 90-degree temperatures, most backpack water-bladders are filled with Jack Daniels.

-Every single person in the crowd has a tattoo (likely religious, military or patriotic in nature).

-You’ve gained fifteen pounds of Budweiser, Spicy Pie, and Cowboys & Turbans.

-Dudes do not feel self-conscious or creepy walking around in nothing more than a cowboy hat, cowboy boots and a Speedo (newsflash buddy, Speedos are always creepy).

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Overall, Stagecoach deserves two very big YEEHAWs to the sky. I only wish someone had warned me that Swine Flu was going around before I partied with cowboys and farmers all weekend.

Read More at the Link above

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