n. small town in Alberta, Canada largely populated by the interbred offspring of hippies and American draft-dodgers who didn't hear about the amnesty. Furtively growing weed and selling each other badly-strung beaded necklaces are the major industries. Tourism has been in decline since 1897 when the three-headed calf died. In 1999 a death-punk band played a gig at the pool hall prompting the passage of a country music only bylaw. Gopher heads are accepted as currency by most shop owners and, for reasons lost in the mist of time, every resident must carry a live rooster.
I shot a few gophers on the weekend. Would you like to drive to Rimbey to pick up some necklaces?
No. Not really.