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Just Call Me Cowboy

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For Jack Nelson’s birthday his parents decided he needed to become worldlier than spending his life in a fifteen mile area. They insisted he travel from the Midwest to California to see the ocean. Jack’s father stressed to him he could consider himself very successful if he made the trip without people remembering his name. The first time he was asked his name on his trip he remembered his father’s statement. He used the alias Cowboy. He never imagined, under this alias, he would become famous throughout the west as a gunfighter. When he saved an Indian boy from drowning, the Indian Nation considered him as a white medicine man sent by the Great Spirit.

Jack reached the ocean and returned home, but not until he encountered a back shooter, and discovered love. No one knew his real name, but everyone knew the names Cowboy and Candy Man.

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