The stage is set with a mountain man trapper and a misty valley.

He's kneeling down in a stream setting a trap near a beaver lodge with his faithful white horse grazing nearby. With a drizzling mist in the air. He stands to his feet and looks at the canyon rim and sees three indian silhouettes. He instantly whistles for his faithful horse and the horses ears perk up. And he takes off for the opposite canyon rim. Next thing he knows, everything goes black.

He wakes up groggy to find that he's tied to a tree with the indians placing sticks around the bottom of the tree to start a fire and burn him to death. He begs to one of the indians, please please just let me talk to my faithful horse one last time.

The indian responds, "yeah that's fine, you're going to die anyway".

So he whistles for his faithful horse. The horse comes over to him. And the mountain man whispers quietly into the horse's ear and the horses ears perk up and the horse instantly takes off down into the canyon.

Some time elapses. The mountain man becomes conscience again and looks down to see the yellow glow of a small fire starting with a pillow of smoke coming up. He looks up and sees his faithful white horse riding up the canyon with a beautiful naked blonde, hair blowing in the wind, and body parts bouncing with the ride.

The horse rides up and the indians snatch the lady and tie her up. The man says, "Please please just let me speak to my horse one last time." Now after seeing what the horse brought back the first time, the indians respond with "Fine!" He whistles for his horse and the horse comes over and he whispers quietly into the horse's ear. Instantly the horses ears perk straight up and he takes off down the canyon. Everything goes to black and he loses consciousness. And time elapses once again.

He wakes up to find smoke and sweat in his face and through it he can see his white horse coming up the canyon with a beautiful unclothed brunette this time. The horse pulls up and the indians pull her off the horse and tie her up. The mountain man begins begging to the indians, "please please let me speak to my horse one last time." The third indian says "heck yeah". The mountain man whistles for his faithful horse and the horse come over.
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And the mountain man screams at the horse, "I said POSSE you **#@#* horse!!!"