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Monthly Archives: March 2019
PREVIOUSLY: “Spread-out and check with all your sources.” “Easy for you to say, Mac,” Chris Earp replied, “You live here.” “Yes—that’s true,” Mac replied, “Team-up with Boomer, AJ, Collie, and me,” Mac replied.
Previously: With a 55mph speed-limit—the Posse™ engaged their lights & sirens, when required, to maintain 65-70mph. “WHEEE!” Chris Earp exclaimed, “There are some benefits to risking our lives in law-enforcement!” “Yeah,” AJ quipped, “We can pull ourselves over every now … Continue reading
Previously: “You understand, gentlemen” Allen Simpson added, “We need to know exactly what you have to offer us before we can determine if we’ll hire you.” “Mr. McCoy?” Ambrose continued, “Tell us what you bring to the table, please.” “Ten … Continue reading
Previously: Boomer flew the little L-16 back and forth several times—buzzing the limo several times. Finally—AJ had an idea on how to stop the car, “May I have the controls?” “Sure, go for it,” Boomer replied.
Previously: The bad news—the engine in Ralph’s Corsair started to sputter, and Ralph wisely decided to head for the airfield. The reliable old Corsair brought him safely back—and he landed safely. Medlar Farkleberry was embarrassed—his pride didn’t allow for sputtering … Continue reading
Previously: “Willya listen to this?” Rudy James asked. “Listen to what?” Ambrose Samuel Simpson asked. “It was just on the radio,” James replied, “But it’s over now—the sheriff of Moosehead County thinks he knows where we are!” “Okay,” Ambrose replied, … Continue reading
Previously: “I’m off to Wolfwood!” “Big surprise, Joey!” Debra. “Join us?” “Okay—why not?”
Previously: After they left, Simpson called his twin brother, (Twin? Who knew?) Ambrose Samuel Simpson, “I believe it’s time for you to join me here in Moosehead County.” “Finally—you need me?” “Yes,” Big A replied, “How soon can you get … Continue reading
Previously: “Imagine running into you folks here,” Big Mac rumbled, “So good to see you, again, Biggass.” Allen Stanley Simpson shuddered—remembering his first encounter with Mac. “Next stop,” Chris Earp grinned wickedly, “Moosehead City, where you’ll be placed aboard a … Continue reading