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The Best makes a deal with the Chicken Man, if he stops winning so much then he’ll have all the roasted nuts. Then Ric Flair catches The Best on his property then chases him down. When the Gorilla asked for some more nuts he starts to get suspicious that there aren’t anymore nuts, The Best and Chicken Man couldn’t give back the nuts because they ate them all. The narrator says since the dawn of time fans have sat politely in their seats and eating roasted nuts from a safe distance, the Gorilla starts to say that those lousy wrestler took all of our nuts, some other fans start to get mad and say “how are we suppose to enjoy a nice wrestling match without any nuts?!!?”, “What are we savages!?!”, The wrestling fans start to rebel against those who done them wrong and go into battle with the wrestlers. Chicken Man and The Best bailed out on Mysterious Gus and left him with a crowd of 10,000 angry fans to fight but they also let him become the wrestling professional he wasn’t, and Mysterious Gus won the nuttiest match ever. McDimple had fired all three of them because with no fans comes no money. So the wrestlers talk about how it was fun while it lasted, and Ric Flair said that eating The Best was the best slice of pizza he ever had.

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Every now and then, in these days, the boys used to tell me I ought to get one Jim Blaine to tell me the stirring story of his grandfather’s old ram–but they always added that I must not mention the matter unless Jim was drunk at the time–just comfortably and sociably drunk. They kept this up until my curiosity was on the rack to hear the story. I got to haunting Blaine; but it was of no use, the boys always found fault with his condition; he was often moderately but never satisfactorily drunk. I never watched a man’s condition with such absorbing interest, such anxious solicitude; I never so pined to see a man uncompromisingly drunk before. At last, one evening I hurried to his cabin, for I learned that this time his situation was such that even the most fastidious could find no fault with it–he was tranquilly, serenely, symmetrically drunk–not a hiccup to mar his voice, not a cloud upon his brain thick enough to obscure his memory. As I entered, he was sitting upon an empty powder-keg, with a clay pipe in one hand and the other raised to command silence. His face was round, red, and very serious; his throat was bare and his hair tumbled; in general appearance and costume he was a stalwart miner of the period. On the pine table stood a candle, and its dim light revealed “the boys” sitting here and there on bunks, candle-boxes, powder-kegs, etc. They said:

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