Foxfire 8 - Cockfighting - Paul B. Stamey - Let Me Tell You About This Mule Summary & Analysis

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Cockfighting - Paul B. Stamey - Let Me Tell You About This Mule Summary and Analysis

In "Paul B. Stamey, Chicken Fighter," Paul Stamey tells Chet Welch about his life as a chicken fighter. He began his career working for McIntosh, a nearby fighter. He reiterates the decency of most in the chicken fighting crowd and the tameness of the sport. He believes this is necessary due to the illegal nature of cockfighting. He explains that chickens at a fight are weighed, and the weight is recorded on a card along with the owner's own symbol. The chickens are then matched by weight, and only then does one know which chicken one is fighting. They then call you to fight, and you place the gaff on the chicken. Bets are made, and each...

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