Howdy y'all! I'm
Buffalo Bill. William Frederick Cody was what my mom named me. I was born in Scott County Iowa,
on February 26th, 1846. I've been a Pony Express rider, a member of the
Union Army, a frontiersman, and a scout. After the Civil War I decided
to hunt buffalo for the Pacific Railroad. Naturally, that's how the
name "Buffalo Bill" stuck. I wanted the world to know all about
the wild west so I put together a show called Buffalo Bill's Wild West
Extravaganza. That show was seen in dozens of countries.
One thing you probably don't know about me is that I spent sum
time robbin' banks, ridin' the range, hustlin' folks, and hangin'
around with the likes of Drop Dead Dee, Dinky, Te-Killya Rose, and sum
other folks cut from the same cloth. I really couldn't help
myself. They wuz a fun group to hang around with.
My gal is Lakota Lil. I met her one evening right after the
sun set. I almost tripped over her. She wuz sittin'
right in the middle of the road. She told me that she had to
stop where she wuz when the sun set. I didn't quite understand
why, but that don't matter. I got her to come with me and
we've been together ever since.
To this day I am remembered as a great man of the old west. My
name, as it should be, is a symbol of courage and determination of the pioneers and
frontiersmen who first rode over the great plains and high mountains.
Unfortunately for me, I passed away January 10th, 1917.
Bill Kinsey is a telemarketer. He enjoys dancing,
portraying his namesake (he really does go by the name Buffalo, so
don't you be a-callin' him just plain Bill!), and performing with Guns and Garters. He
has been involved in the Twelve Step Program since April 15, 1990.
Brandin' Iron Dance and Social Club
SASS #47501 (Lord Buffalo)
Buffalo's web page