It’s like watching paint slowly disintegrate on cars in the parking lot. Naw, it’s not that bad, and it is good for you.
Responsibility is a big word for simple cowboys, but that’s what it’s about. When you play with a stick horse (like our guest, Pinto, from another program), you can act like a six-year old. Indeed everyone expects it. When you play with real horses, though, it’s time to act like a big boy. And that means thinking ahead, reviewing the impact of your actions on others, and taking responsibility. Id is not it.
Join the boys as they exercise their superegos to exorcise corporate demons and wrestle free market wraiths. If the boys can keep their bucking ids saddled and their outsized egos harnessed, well, any fool’s gotta be able to do it. Hat & Cattle superegos to the rescue! Oops, was that a Freudian slip or just some loose linguistic gravel?