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#2005 - 08/21/02 09:59 AM Myth
Loc: New England, USA
There's an old saying, credited to the Old West writer Ned Buntline: "If the myth conflicts with the reality, print the myth."
He is also credited with making Bill Cody and other Old West characters famous.
#2006 - 08/21/02 10:03 AM Re: Myth
If the myth conflicts with the reality, print the myth.
Are you saying that Wyatt Earp and the other famous Old West gunmen weren't really famous? That it's just a myth that they were famous?
#2007 - 08/21/02 11:56 AM Re: Myth
Dear Faldage: the truth is that those gunfighters mythed as often as they hit their targets.
#2008 - 08/21/02 03:40 PM Re: Myth
If not moretho.
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