Oldest Profession in the West

Where there was money to be had in the old west there were prostitutes. Prostitutes would actually have license to be able to work in the city and believe it or not there are actually different classifications of prostitutes.  Many worked in saloons, parlor houses, or brothels, but lower grade ones worked in cribs and the lowest class prostitutes were street walkers.  Here are some photos of some pioneering prostitutes and also some of the working girls of the 1880’s.


Here is an example of the glamorous room of a prostitute of Tombstone.


You can see how wore down these stairs are from the Bird Cage Saloon and imagine how much business these working girls got.

Wyatt Earp Sights to see Around Tombstone


When visiting Tombstone there are enough sights to see to remind you that Wyatt Earp once lived here. Here are some of the Wyatt Earp sights you can see.

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A Dog Needs a Home

Shootout at the O.K. Corral

Tombstone, Arizona was the site of one of the most famous gunfights in American history between Wyatt Earp, Virgil Earp, Morgan Earp, Doc Holliday, Tom McLaury, Frank McLaury, Ike Clanton, and 19 year old Billy Clanton.  There was tensions that arose between the cowboys and the Earp’s leading up to the shootout.  The cowboys were democrats and the Earp’s were republicans and they were both trying to control how Tombstone’s resources were distributed.  The gunfight left Tom McLaury, Frank McLaury, and Billy Clanton dead and Virgil Earp, Morgan Earp, and Doc Holliday injured, however Wyatt Earp was unharmed.

Tombstone Courthouse

The Tombstone courthouse was established in 1882 in Cochise County.  Cochise County had numerous conflicts between early settlers and Apache Indians.

Famous Saloons of Tombstone

Here are some famous saloons of Tombstone.  When this town was bustling these were the places to be.

Welcome to Tombstone


Welcome to Tombstone, Arizona. During the 1880’s Tombstone was bigger than Los Angeles, California. This bustling town had a lot going on in the old west. There was gambling, prostitutes, cowboys, mining, shootouts, rattlesnakes, and many other ways people could die in the west. Here are some sights you can see around Tombstone.

Hail Mary

Perfectly Timed Photographs

Grass Flip Flops

Dateland, Arizona is setting all sorts of fashion trends with these stylish faux grass flip flops.  Granted there isn’t much grass that actually grows in Dateland these beauties must allow the wearer to imagine what it is like to walk on grass barefoot.

Davis Monthan Air Force Base Boneyard


Davis Monthan Air Force Base is located southeast of downtown Tuscon, Arizona. Here lies an aircraft boneyard where numerous planes can be found resting and waiting to be picked apart for parts.

Pure Bred Idiot Hot Sauce Roulette

Dateland, Arizona is nothing more than a fly spec on a map along Interstate-8, but while making a pit stop and looking around I happened to notice this funny product.  It is the Pure Bred Idiot Hot Sauce Roulette.  I think it must take a special type of individual who enjoys pain while eating or perhaps friends making a daring game out of trying new hot sauces.  Whatever the reason for purchasing this product I think something funny is almost guaranteed to happen.

Memorial Day 2019

Memorial Day is a time to reflect and remember those who are no longer with us, but are not forgotten.  This year I went to Tombstone, Arizona to see a bit of American history that is being preserved at Tombstone.  One of the most famous gun battles of the old west was the shootout at the O.K. Corral between the Earp’s and the McLaury’s that occurred on the morning of October 26th, 1881.  This gun battle left cowboys Tom McLaury, Frank McLaury, and 19 year old Billy Clanton dead where Virgil Earp, Morgan Earp, and Doc Holliday were only injured.  Shown in the image is the final resting places of the McLaury’s and Billy Clanton.

The Ten Condiments

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Oldest Apple Computer

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Relaxing Game of Golf

Explicit Language Warning.

Ice Cream Parlor

A little old man shuffled slowly into an ice cream parlor and pulled himself slowly, painfully, up onto a stool… After catching his breath, he ordered a banana split.

The waitress asked kindly, ‘Crushed nuts?’

‘No,’ he replied, ‘Arthritis.’

Fishing With Moses

Follow the Doctor’s Advice

Morris, an 82 year-old man, went to the doctor to get a physical. A few days later, the doctor saw Morris walking down the street with a gorgeous young woman on his arm.
A couple of days later, the doctor spoke to Morris and said, ‘You’re really doing great, aren’t you?’
Morris replied, ‘Just doing what you said, Doc: ‘Get a hot mamma and be cheerful.”

The doctor said, ‘I didn’t say that.. I said, ‘You’ve got a heart murmur; be careful.’

Noah’s Mother-in-law

Midwest Crop Circles

While flying over the midwestern United States I happened to look down and see what looked like farm circles.  Previously the only place I have seen things like these was in desert areas.  This was due to having water sprayers that traveled in a circle pattern around and kept watering the crops.  I am a little curious as to why these patterns are in the midwest.

Fly the Friendly Skies

State of the Art Hearing Aid

A man was telling his neighbor, “I just bought a new hearing aid. It cost me four thousand dollars, but it’s state of the art. It’s perfect.”
“Really,” answered the neighbor. “What kind is it?” “Twelve thirty.”

I Can’t Eat That

Vaginas Are Like the Weather

Pirate Ship in San Diego

At the San Diego Maritime Museum you will find an old style ship that looks much like a pirate ship.  This was used in the “Pirate’s of the Caribbean” films and is certainly something to check out.  For their time these were considered to be great vessels, but you can see it dwarfed by a present day cruise ship.

Trumpkin Pie

Saw this t-shirt at a store at the Reagan International airport and thought it was pretty funny.

North Carolina Research Triangle

At the Raleigh-Durham airport in North Carolina there is a sign for the Research Triangle Region.