On this day :
1973 King triumphs in Battle of Sexes, 1777 Redcoats kill sleeping Americans in Paoli Massacre, 1960 Mickey Thompson tries again to become the fastest driver in history, 1863 Confederates score a victory at the Battle of Chickamauga, 1963 Kennedy proposes joint mission to the moon, 2012 Amish convicted in beard cutting attacks, 2002 Avalanche thunders into Russian village, 1519 Magellan sets out, 1565 First European battle on American soil, 1946 First Cannes Film Festival, 1934 Actress and international sex symbol Sophia Loren born, 1878 Upton Sinclair is born, 1975 The Bay City Rollers make their US debut on Saturday Night Live with Howard Cosell, 1806 The returning Lewis and Clark reach the first white settlement on the Missouri, 1881 Chester Arthur becomes third president to serve in one year, 1973 King defeats Riggs in Battle of the Sexes II, 1968 US officials defend use of defoliants, 1972 US planes mine waters in northern Quang Tri, 1918 US officer George S Patton writes home after SaintMihiel offensive, 1943 British launch Operation Source,

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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