On this day :
1867 First stock ticker debuts, 1777 Articles of Confederation adopted, 1965 Craig Breedlove sets new landspeed record, 1864 The March to the Sea begins, 1957 Nikita Khrushchev challenges United States to a missile shooting match, 1923 Accused of rape James Montgomerys struggle for justice begins, 1978 Plane crashes into Sri Lankan plantation, 1889 Brazils last emperor deposed, 1891 Erwin Rommel is born, 1984 Baby Fae dies, 1956 Elvis makes movie debut in Love Me Tender, 1859 Final installment of A Tale of Two Cities is published, 1943 Leonard Bernsteins Philharmonic debut makes frontpage news, 1806 Zebulon Pike spots an imposing mountain, 1977 President Carter hosts shah of Iran, 1965 Craig Breedlove sets new landspeed record, 1966 Chairman of the Joint Chiefs heckled at university, 1969 Second moratorium against the war held, 1917 Georges Clemenceau named French prime minister, 1943 Himmler orders Gypsies to concentration camps,

It Was a Mad Day

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Chapter 1 - The Start

It Was a Mad Day

In the nineteenth century there was a boy named Sam. He had spiked hair with blue sparkling eyes, a short nose, clean teeth and a small mouth. He was thin and he could run at the speed of a leopard. He had a fluffy dog with clean teeth and a tiger claw.


One fine day, Sam was going to the forest.


He wore an orange backpack on his back. He took with him his water bottle. He also took his dog for company. He was going to a lake. He went in a boat. He paddled so hard that he got tired. He closed his eyes and slept. After some time his dog barked. He got up and saw something which was very sharp, coming near the boat. When it came nearer, he found that it was humongous.


                  Could they fight with that humongous thing? Find out in the next episode.

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