Rodeo Clown/Product Bullfighter

Whomever writes the Sunday’s Seattle Times/Post-Intelligencer careers section has a sense of humor, taking advantage of the slow Labor Day weekend.
The “What This Job Pays” column for the week of September 5, 2004 featured the job of … a Rodeo Clown.

Called the unsung heroes of the rodeo, clowns

3 thoughts on “Rodeo Clown/Product Bullfighter”

  1. Yeah, I think it would be hard to spot a rodeo clown if you saw one on the street.

    “Oh, I’m sorry, Bonzo, I didn’t recognize you. I guess it’s because you don’t have your make-up on today and there’s no bull STANDING ON YOUR BACK.”

  2. This reminds me of a comment a female cycling friend had when we met at a trade show.

    “Oh, I’ve never seen you with your clothes on.”

    I wish I could have recorded it… at my age, that’s flattery.

  3. richard ridenour

    I am trying to find my son who is a rodeo clown going by the name of Keith Yawn or Keith Ridenour. His clown name is the barrel man. The last time I heard from him two years ago he was with a rodeo clown (hollywood harris). Can you help me locate him. Thanks for your time Richard Ridenour

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