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Bigger (Aladdin Historical Fiction)
In the spring of 1865 the Civil War has finally ended. Men are coming home. Families are being reunited -- except for Tyler's. His father is going with a band of men to Mexico, where they will regroup, rearm, and continue the fight against the Yankees. Tyler is stunned. For four years he's dreamed of seeing his father again, and he can't let go of that dream. There's only one thing Tyler can do -- go get his father and bring him home.
Tyler starts his trek from Missouri to the Rio Grande alone, but he quickly gains a companion -- a strange dog made mean by cruelty but tamed by hunger and Tyler's desperately lonely need for him. Tyler names him Bigger.
The journey is long and hard but, with Bigger by his side, possible. Tyler might make it all the way to the Rio Grande. He might even find his father. But most importantly, Bigger helps Tyler realize that some dreams might not be worth holding on to.
Cyrus Skinner's Saloon, Ghost Town Bannack, Montana - 18x24 Digital Photo Painting : Gone to Look for America - Patrick Alan Swigart © 2008 USA
Found: A Tale of Two Cities. The Old World and the New World, The Thrill of Victory and the Agony of Defeat, Rights and Responsibilities, Liberty and Justice, Law and Order, Life and Death, Bannack and Virginia City. This is a saloon. You know that. How? Because scenes just like this have populated the world's imagination through novels, movies, and television. It's easy to picture Clint Eastwood sitting in the barbers chair covered from head to toe with a sheet. A nervous little barber lather's his face and keeps looking out the window. Eastwood starts looking out the window. An ugly man with murder in his eyes looks in the window, bursts through the door, and starts to make a play for his gun. Blam! The ugly man falls dead to the floor. Eastwood rips off the sheet, stands up with the gun in his hand, now obvious and still smoking, half-wipes his face, and throws the sheet at the cowardly barber. He looks at the dead man. A disgusting grimace sweeps over his face, as he realizes someone has just spoiled a perfectly good shave. This is Bannack, Montana. And some really very American things happened here. But first, America is a nation of immigrants. The story is basically always the same. Changes come to our Old World. Even though we love it, some hardships are making us start to move. We begin to move to satisfy one or more of our basic needs. Then you hear the story. There is this far off place, A New World, and people who live there say it is a land of plenty, opportunity, milk and honey! Another struggle begins. How to get there? Having nothing, you may even consider negotiating self-imposed slavery (indentured servitude) for a chance to get there. The crossing is almost as bad as dying. When you arrive you are faced with: What to do? Where to go? What to eat? And it isn't even a Friday night. You don't even know how to say, "Have you seen my little red pencil box?" in this new language. And the struggle continues. You ask, "What about the plenty?" Where's the opportunity? Where's my milk and honey! And then there appears a kind threshold guardian who explains: This is America. All your dreams CAN come true. All you have to do is have a dream, start to follow it, -- and here comes the catch -- keep your eye on the ball, your shoulder to the wheel, and your nose to the grindstone, and never, ever give up, and you'll make it. It's called the American Dream. It's the Mayflower, Plymouth Rock and Plimouth Plantation, kids! No one ever tells you about Jamestown. It was hard working in that swamp. So we tried buying some slaves to do the work. That freed us up to go looking for the Easy-No-Money-Down-American-Dream-Shortcut -- Gold! Even the Native American Indian People had the stuff, here in the New World. Where were they getting it? Soon, thanks to this new fever, the crops failed, the slaves ran off to join the Native American Indian People. Soon it was mosquitoes and swamp fever and everyone half-out of their minds wanders off writing "Croatoan" on all the trees, never to be seen again. So, there you are getting by on a song and a prayer and the sweat of your brow, when you hear the cry of Gold or something just like it. That's all it takes to get people moving and searching for the land of Prester John, Caliphas, Seven Cities of Cibola, El Dorado, and Quivira, and yes, even the Fountain of Youth. Fast forward to 1803. Napoleon needs money and Jefferson gives him some for practically all the lands that drain into the Mississippi and to the Pacific. Lewis and Clark come back with all their hair, and then much to the chagrin of all the Native American Indian Peoples, someone starts yelling Gold! And its just a trail of tears for First-Come-Indigenous-Aboriginal Folks. Can you say Manifest Destiny and Westward Expansion, kids? That puts practically everybody on the path for the Easy-No-Money-Down-American-Dream-Shortcut. A lot of very strange types of people make up the parade West, too. That brings us to 1862,3, and 4. A beautiful range of mountains. Gold is discovered on the East side and the west side. First the tents, then the shacks, and then a town called Bannack and a town called Virginia City. The real entrepreneurs by this time, know that the real money is made by selling all the stuff to everybody who has Easy-No-Money-Down-American-Dream-Shortcut-Fever. Up go the stores, hotels, and saloons. Whew. That brings us to the painting. Pretty soon people are shooting up the town, gold is being robbed as soon as it is found, or shipped, but to protect the interests of the towns people who are selling goods for little better than robbery prices, they call for a sheriff. As a matter of fact both towns call for a sheriff. What's interesting about entrepreneurs is that they get ideas. So, Henry Plummer who tried to make it as a prospector and a speculator, is not only a man of strength but also a likeable kind of guy. So he becomes sheriff,
gpw 12/12.2008 © Tony Knox
We're back at the Monaco Ballroom on Friday December 12th for the final show of 2008!! Make sure you make it to see how the year's feuds end at this season ending super show - GPW: "Christmas Crunch" We promise we wont crunch your credit.... we'll only crunch your Christmas!! GPW Heavyweight Title Match Bubblegum © vs. Dirk Feelgood Just a few months ago you'd be forgiven for taking a double take at this match. The friendship between the two former friends totally imploded with the desire to become Heavyweight champion. Refusing to accept the demise of his friendship with Dirk Feelgood, Bubblegum spent months in turmoil not wanting to retaliate to the cutting comments and brutal attacks levelled his way by former friend and champion Feelgood. As time went by however, Bubblegum eventually unloaded on Feelgood but this will be the first time the two have ever come face to face in a one on one match. And to make things just a little more interesting... it's for the GPW Heavyweight Title. Can the fairytale championship reign continue for Bubblegum, or can Dirk shatter his dreams and become the first ever 2 time Heavyweight Champ? Tag Team Special, Skeletor vs. Stella Lethal Dose vs. Voodoo & "Sober" Mike Holmes Alan Alan Alan Tasker's henchmen, Lethal Dose march into battle against former stable member Mike Holmes and the man they hold responsible for Holmes' new found sobriety - Voodoo. Cyanide and Toxic hope to tempt Holmes back over to the stable that two months ago he turned his back on. They want to snap him out of the spell they accuse Voodoo of putting him under. However, Holmes seems very happy with his new outlook on life and he and Voodoo look to send Lethal Dose packing in this tag team special. Lethal Dose have warned they will not be coming to the ring alone though, with them along with their attorney and law - Alan Alan Alan Tasker will be a 12 pack of Stella. Hoping the case of beer will prove to be a bigger demon to Holmes than the tag team itself. To fend off the 12 pack, Holmes and Voodoo will have Vooodoo's trusty skull, Skeletor in their corner. An unpredictable tag team match. Can MIke Holmes stay sober? Will Voodoo's spells work? Or will Lethal Dose deliver a beating big enough to break Voodoo's spell? GPW British Title Match Jak Dominotrescu vs. "Super" Sam Bailey After pinning the British Champion last month in a tag team match, WKD's "Super" Sam Bailey has earned himself a title shot at GPW: "Christmas Crunch". Bailey, already a former tag team champion looks to add to his growing reputation by capturing his first ever singles gold in GPW. While reigning champion, Romanian Jak Domitrescu along with his cohorts - The Eastern Bloc look to make life as difficult as possible for the energetic live wire. Domitrescu has held onto the title since April this year with help from his fellow countrymen, but are his days numbered as champ? He surely wont be alone in this title outing and will have the Eastern Bloc close by, but can "Super" Sam Bailey overcome the odds to win his first singles gold in GPW? And, the main event for the evening is... GPW Tag Team Title 2/3 Falls Match MIl-Anfield Connection © vs. Young Offenders The heat just got turned up in this feud. The re-united Young Offenders have the most established tag team in GPW - The Mil-Anfield Connection firmly in their sights and not to mention the tag team trophy. These two teams met in September this year where there was no clear winner decided after the match ended in a draw. There will be NO excuses this time to not find a winner. This, for the first time in our history will be a 2/3 Falls Match for the tag team titles. A winner HAS to be decided, but who will it be? A truley epic encounter is in our midst as Jiggy Walker & "The Model" Danny Hope try to cling onto the championship that has defined them as a team and "Dangerous" Damon Leigh & Joey Hayes, The Young Offenders chase the title that one of the most popular tag teams in Europe have never held. Can the re-united friends overcome the well established unit that is The Mil-Anfield Connection? Or can the well oiled duo of the Mil-Anfield do what they've been doing all year and win again? GPW British Title No.1 Contenders Match Harry Doogle vs. Juice vs. Dylan Roberts vs. Chris Echo After an eye catchingly good year from rookie Dylan Roberts, he has been included in this battle to earn a shot at the British Title. With a burning desire to win and the fans firmly behind him, Roberts could well mark his arrival onto the main roster by becoming the No.1 Contender and going for gold here. However, his opponents wont give him an easy ride. In a wonderful CC-08 tournament, no one impressed more than WKD's Chris Echo. Echo reached the CC-08 finals with two broken wrists and proved he is ready to take a step up. His previous attempts for British gold have been thwarted by the foreign
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