Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Talking Boy Talks & The Greatest Lawman of The 20th Century

March 23, 2016
   Every year I try to remember yesterday's date, because it was in Kingman, in 2008, at the Exits' Exit practice that I was playing "Wipeout" and proceeded to do just that. Forgot again this year. Oh, well, it's a luxury I have.

   Working on campfire facial glow. 

Daily Whip Out: "As The Embers Glow, Talking Boy Spins A Tall Tale"

Here's a slightly different version, although it appears to be another trooper, perhaps listening to Talking Boy (Tom Horn) lay it on thick.

Daily Whip Out: "Campfire Disbelief"

We're doing an excerpt from John Boessenecker's new book on a baby-faced lawman who survived 52 gunfights with desperadoes. Yes, fifty two! John makes a strong case that "he was the greatest American lawman of the 20th century."

Daily Whip Out: "Frank Hamer"

"The difficulty of not knowing are always greater than the effort of learning."
—Andrew Loomis

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