I know @Cody Fousnaugh has mentioned rodeos off and on here, but I don't know how many of the rest of you have attended rodeos. On the rare occasion when I have been able to be a member of the audience, I have enjoyed rodeos and everything surrounding them, such as the agricultural fairs, midway, etc. I was in the Los Fresnos Lions Club when we started the PRCA Rodeo in Los Fresnos, Texas, which is still an annual event, and has gotten much larger than it was the first year or two, and I have been there for pretty much the entire Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show in Mercedes, which included a PRCA rodeo, for a few years. It's different when you're there as a paramedic, though; especially the bull-riding events. It was rare to get through the bull-riding event without transporting at least one patient, and some of the injuries were substantial. They also have a rule that the rodeo cannot continue until another ambulance is in place so if we're having a busy day at the time that we have to transport someone from the rodeo, we would really have to scramble to get another ambulance in place because the rodeo would come to a stop until we had another ambulance there. We would dedicate two ambulances to the Mercedes event, as well as having someone manning their first-aid trailer twenty-four hours a day but, with all of the people who are on the rodeo grounds, people outside of the rodeo contestants are getting hurt, having heart attacks, or otherwise getting sick. So it wasn't unusual for us to have three or four ambulances dealing with the rodeo, while we were still covering seven cities and a part of the county area. So while I was watching the rodeo, I was usually tense, hoping that we might be able to get through the bull-riding events without any serious injuries. That didn't happen very often, though. It's not just a show. It really is a dangerous activity.