"OK. Let's not always be serious in this space. Consider a story from long ago. Some people doubt this story's truthfulness, but don't be so quick to judge. Yes, we did have to invent our own games. Yes, I did have a .22 single-shot rifle with a half-penny as a front sight. Yes, .22 rimfires are known to ricochet. And yes, we did drive a beat-up '55 Chevy Bel Air around in our fields. (It's where I learned to drive a manual transmission.) For your reading enjoyment click the link below to The Jamestown Gazette newspaper and read this week's column "How I Won at Bullet H-O-R-S-E." It takes us back to the days when country boys made the most of their time without computer games, without helicopter parents, and even without much common sense.
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