On this day :
1779 John Adams appointed to negotiate peace terms with British, 1779 John Jay is appointed minister to Spain, 1967 My Mother The Car exported to France, 1864 Confederate guerillas sack Centralia Missouri, 1959 Khrushchev ends trip to the United States, 1989 Zsa Zsa Gabor storms out of the courtroom, 1854 Ships collide off Newfoundland, 1540 Jesuit order established, 1960 Sylvia Pankhurst dies, 1991 Reeves and Phoenix star in My Own Private Idaho, 1996 F Scott Fitzgerald stamp is issued, 1999 Placido Domingo breaks Carusos openingnight record at the Metropolitan Opera, 1869 Sheriff Wild Bill Hickok proves too wild for Kansas, 1938 Franklin Roosevelt appeals to Hitler for peace, 1930 Bobby Jones wins US Amateur title, 1967 Antiwar sentiment increases, 1969 Thieu comments on Nixons Vietnamization policy, 1915 John Kipling killed at the Battle of Loos, 1939 Poland surrenders, 1940 The Tripartite Pact is signed by Germany Italy and Japan,

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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