For a moment there I thought I was in an episode of the Twilight Zone. What the fuck was this? Hogs and Heifers was not allowed to swear during their day time business hours at this year's Laughlin River Run?
If y'all have ever spent time at Hogs, you know this is next to impossible. The bar is built on the foundation of going against the grain and playing by their own rules. Included in these rules is the freedom to say whatever the fuck they want, whenever the fuck they want. This is part of what makes H&H one of the best dive bars in the world. If you don't like what they say and how they say it, don't invite Hogs to your next rally. And also don't visit the saloon in Vegas. In their house, the Hogs family definitely doesn't give a shit if you take offense to the words fuck, pussy, or cock sucker. This year's rally in Laughlin was a fuckin' blast, but I wouldn't blame the owner Michelle for not wanting to bring her crew back next year. Who the fuck likes to be censored? The last time I checked, freedom of speech was still a guaranteed right in this country.
I'm proud to say the bartenders and rest of the staff at Hogs passed their censorship test. Despite not being able to perform the way they usually do, the crew still brought the house down in Laughlin. With that, I bring you highlights from the last day of the rally.
See you next year?
Fuck you, I still drink at Hogs!
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My name is Cameron Smith, this is my photography studio and farm! We specialize in events, portraits, cocktails and dive bars.. Based in the ATL with frequent trips to Las Vegas and Portland Oregon, we like to city hop. Design, writing, are more things we do on the farm. From blogs to photo books, and below average art that consists mostly of ink drawings, we're creative folks. We're also crazy enough to be house photographers with Hogs & Heifers Saloon in Vegas AND Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans....We see some crazy shit! When not taking pictures of said crazy things, or planning a wedding celebration on a future ranch, you can find us in our garden with the dogs and cats.
Living the green life in East Atlanta for now, Smith Farm in Northern Georgia the future??