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December 7, 2010 at 12:59 pm</a>While we are in the area of 90s Cartoon Crossword, Electronic games, today, have achieved art form stutas. They are sort of a wonderful combination of board games and comic books all rolled up into one medium with spectacular graphics and compelling audio. Curiously enough, most electronic games are similar to board games. They have one of two central themes. The first is racing and the other is capturing area or opponents. Perhaps it is because of these similarities that electronic games have begun to capture a wider audience.
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!!!Based on Otter Log dated Apr 19, 2005

%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/02/23
Episode Number : 1
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Duel on the Trail
First Line : It was a long hot ride to Laredo. The last day I pushed it hard, eating dust all the way. I didn’t know if I’d be in time or not. When I rode up to the cantina in town and went inside, I saw I was - barely in time. The two of them were sitting at a corner table. From the sound of it, the deal was just about to close.


%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/03/02
Episode Number : 2
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Tracks out of Tombstone
First Line : Jim: Oooo weeh! Maaann I bet I’ve et about ten pounds of dust this last couple of weeks. Slaughter: Won’t be much longer, Jim. With luck, we’ll be in Tombstone, day after tomorrow.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/03/09
Episode Number : 3
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Yancey's Pride
First Line : Like a violent storm or an earthquake, you can feel a lynching coming on long before it arrives. And there was lynch in the air that afternoon in Tombstone.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/03/16
Episode Number : 4
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Page's Progress
First Line : You get used to gunfire in Tombstone. Usually you hear a single shot, or at most two. One gunslinger goes back to the bar and the other to Boot Hill. But when you hear a whole fusillade of shots in the afternoon, you think of the OK Corral and head for cover.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/03/23
Episode Number : 5
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Homesteaders
First Line : You get used to all kinds of people in Tombstone. Miners from above and below the border. Cowboys, legitimate and illegitimate. Chinese who cook your meals or your shirts...all kinds. But one afternoon, Wichita and I spotted a new brand.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/03/30
Episode Number : 6
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Aaron Holcomb Story
First Line : First Line : The time finally came when I decided there’d be more profit in raising my own cattle than driving other men’s herds up to Tombstone from Mexico and Texas. At about the same time, I heard that Aaron Holcomb’s spread was for sale. So one day, Wichita and I rode down towards the San Pedro valley to look it over.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/04/13
Episode Number : 7
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Wagon Train
First Line : Carl Justice was dead. Bushwhacked in the Cherikawas for the $10,000 he was carrying. But justice wasn’t dead. The posse from the Cattleman’s Association would see to that if we had to cover every half section between the Petrified Forest and the Mexican border. And it looked like we might. At least the first day in the saddle, we didn’t find a trace of Justice’s killer or the gold.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/04/20
Episode Number : 8
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Henry Fell Story
First Line : Folks who write dictionaries must have a pretty tough time with the word “tolerance’. Guess, if you had to boil it down to just one other word, maybe it’d be “understanding”. Some of us here in Tombstone found that out when I gave Chief Margano and a few of his Apache braves the loan of a couple of sections of my spread to try their hand at cattle rasing. And I got chewed out plenty about it every time I went into town.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/04/27
Episode Number : 9
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Death Watch
First Line : This special meeting of the Cattleman’s Association of Tombstone is now in order. Then I guess it’s in order for me to ask what’s so special about it to take up my time when I’m getting the herd ready for shipment.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/05/04
Episode Number : 10
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Worth Its Salt
First Line : Ed Craig came to Tombstone from the East, a little after I settled here. Ed was well fixed. He didn’t have to scratch out a living like most of us. And in his quiet, likable manner he soon proved to be the kind of man Arizona needed.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/05/11
Episode Number : 11
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Heritage
First Line : When Tombstone became the seat of the newly formed Cocheese county in 1881, the old town marshal became the new county sheriff and he discovered that its hard sometimes for a man to assume added responsibilities.


%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/05/18
Episode Number : 12
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Drive to Fort Huachuca
First Line : Captain: Yeah, those are good cattle all right, Slaughter. Better than we’ve been buying for the fort.
Slaughter: Cattle’s my business, Captain. What’ll you give me for them?
Captain: $35 a head
Slaughter: Fair enough.
Captain: Course, that’s delivered at Fort Huachuca
Slaughter: Well now, that’ll be $10 a head more.
Captain: It’s only 40 miles.
Slaughter: Two days of trail herding – that takes time and riders.
Captain: Heh. All right. But if the beef isn’t delivered to the fort by day after tomorrow, it’s no deal.
Slaughter: I’ll have the herd there.
Captain: Very well. See you at the fort, Slaughter. So long Wichita.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/05/28
Episode Number : 13
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Outlaw Kid
First Line : The bunkhouse had quieted down an hour before, and I should have been in bed myself, but I stood on the veranda watching the head lightening play around Apache peak. It was quite – too quiet! Then I heard a single rider coming into the ranch, hell bent for leather. I sensed trouble – I was right!



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/06/01
Episode Number : 14
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Cattle Drive
First Line : I came from Texas to the Arizona Territory with 2,000 head of scrawny longhorns. But the good grass in the valley of the San Pedro fattened them up like butter. And when I got a contract to deliver 1,000 head to the Indian Agency at San Carlos, I signed with a clear conscious. When you sell beef to the government, they want good beef, and they always seem to want it yesterday.


%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/06/08
Episode Number : 15
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Big Business
First Line : It was early when Wichita and I started out for Fort Huachuca - too early. But an Apache runner had come to my ranch in the night with news I didn’t like, and I had to see Colonel Nickerson.right away.


%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/06/15
Episode Number : 16
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: June Bride
First Line :
Lots of people back East think us Westerners are rough, uncouth and ill mannered. Although it might not appear so to a stranger, we do live by a fairly rigid set of manners. For instance, we don’t care what a man was but what he is. All of us have come out to this new country from somewhere else and why we came is our own business. Course, sometimes a stranger may drift into town who reminds us of things we’d just as soon forget. Like the time that Wichita and I were sitting outside the Cosmopolitan Hotel waiting for the dinner gong to ring.
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I wouldn't crzeacthriae this episode as weak but I still feel as if the storytelling is moving too quickly -the writers seem to be cramming too much into each episode instead of taking their time to tell this fantastical story. Some of these moments are profound(Snow seeing the remains of Emma's nursery for instance) but aren't given the time they deserve. The Charmings are my weakness so I loved the fact that this episode focused on Snow & Charming and Snow/Mary Margaret and Emma. I only wish that the moments of them that I'll cherish lasted a bit longer.With the appearance of Cora I didn't really miss Rumple(but a little more juxtaposition between Regina and Cora would have been appropriate) and in a way am glad that the writers aren't putting every character into every episode whether they belong there are not. The previews for next Sunday's episode seem to revolve around Rumple and Captain Hook so we may not see much of Snow, Charming or Emma and I'll miss seeing them but that's okay. Every character deserves their due.
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December 7, 2010 at 12:59 pm</a>While we are in the area of 90s Cartoon Crossword, Electronic games, today, have achieved art form stutas. They are sort of a wonderful combination of board games and comic books all rolled up into one medium with spectacular graphics and compelling audio. Curiously enough, most electronic games are similar to board games. They have one of two central themes. The first is racing and the other is capturing area or opponents. Perhaps it is because of these similarities that electronic games have begun to capture a wider audience.
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!!!Based on Otter Log dated Apr 19, 2005

%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/02/23
Episode Number : 1
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Duel on the Trail
First Line : It was a long hot ride to Laredo. The last day I pushed it hard, eating dust all the way. I didn’t know if I’d be in time or not. When I rode up to the cantina in town and went inside, I saw I was - barely in time. The two of them were sitting at a corner table. From the sound of it, the deal was just about to close.


%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/03/02
Episode Number : 2
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Tracks out of Tombstone
First Line : Jim: Oooo weeh! Maaann I bet I’ve et about ten pounds of dust this last couple of weeks. Slaughter: Won’t be much longer, Jim. With luck, we’ll be in Tombstone, day after tomorrow.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/03/09
Episode Number : 3
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Yancey's Pride
First Line : Like a violent storm or an earthquake, you can feel a lynching coming on long before it arrives. And there was lynch in the air that afternoon in Tombstone.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/03/16
Episode Number : 4
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Page's Progress
First Line : You get used to gunfire in Tombstone. Usually you hear a single shot, or at most two. One gunslinger goes back to the bar and the other to Boot Hill. But when you hear a whole fusillade of shots in the afternoon, you think of the OK Corral and head for cover.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/03/23
Episode Number : 5
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Homesteaders
First Line : You get used to all kinds of people in Tombstone. Miners from above and below the border. Cowboys, legitimate and illegitimate. Chinese who cook your meals or your shirts...all kinds. But one afternoon, Wichita and I spotted a new brand.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/03/30
Episode Number : 6
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Aaron Holcomb Story
First Line : First Line : The time finally came when I decided there’d be more profit in raising my own cattle than driving other men’s herds up to Tombstone from Mexico and Texas. At about the same time, I heard that Aaron Holcomb’s spread was for sale. So one day, Wichita and I rode down towards the San Pedro valley to look it over.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/04/13
Episode Number : 7
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Wagon Train
First Line : Carl Justice was dead. Bushwhacked in the Cherikawas for the $10,000 he was carrying. But justice wasn’t dead. The posse from the Cattleman’s Association would see to that if we had to cover every half section between the Petrified Forest and the Mexican border. And it looked like we might. At least the first day in the saddle, we didn’t find a trace of Justice’s killer or the gold.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/04/20
Episode Number : 8
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: The Henry Fell Story
First Line : Folks who write dictionaries must have a pretty tough time with the word “tolerance’. Guess, if you had to boil it down to just one other word, maybe it’d be “understanding”. Some of us here in Tombstone found that out when I gave Chief Margano and a few of his Apache braves the loan of a couple of sections of my spread to try their hand at cattle rasing. And I got chewed out plenty about it every time I went into town.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/04/27
Episode Number : 9
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Death Watch
First Line : This special meeting of the Cattleman’s Association of Tombstone is now in order. Then I guess it’s in order for me to ask what’s so special about it to take up my time when I’m getting the herd ready for shipment.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/05/04
Episode Number : 10
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Worth Its Salt
First Line : Ed Craig came to Tombstone from the East, a little after I settled here. Ed was well fixed. He didn’t have to scratch out a living like most of us. And in his quiet, likable manner he soon proved to be the kind of man Arizona needed.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/05/11
Episode Number : 11
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Heritage
First Line : When Tombstone became the seat of the newly formed Cocheese county in 1881, the old town marshal became the new county sheriff and he discovered that its hard sometimes for a man to assume added responsibilities.


%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/05/18
Episode Number : 12
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Drive to Fort Huachuca
First Line : Captain: Yeah, those are good cattle all right, Slaughter. Better than we’ve been buying for the fort.
Slaughter: Cattle’s my business, Captain. What’ll you give me for them?
Captain: $35 a head
Slaughter: Fair enough.
Captain: Course, that’s delivered at Fort Huachuca
Slaughter: Well now, that’ll be $10 a head more.
Captain: It’s only 40 miles.
Slaughter: Two days of trail herding – that takes time and riders.
Captain: Heh. All right. But if the beef isn’t delivered to the fort by day after tomorrow, it’s no deal.
Slaughter: I’ll have the herd there.
Captain: Very well. See you at the fort, Slaughter. So long Wichita.



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/05/28
Episode Number : 13
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Outlaw Kid
First Line : The bunkhouse had quieted down an hour before, and I should have been in bed myself, but I stood on the veranda watching the head lightening play around Apache peak. It was quite – too quiet! Then I heard a single rider coming into the ranch, hell bent for leather. I sensed trouble – I was right!



%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/06/01
Episode Number : 14
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Cattle Drive
First Line : I came from Texas to the Arizona Territory with 2,000 head of scrawny longhorns. But the good grass in the valley of the San Pedro fattened them up like butter. And when I got a contract to deliver 1,000 head to the Indian Agency at San Carlos, I signed with a clear conscious. When you sell beef to the government, they want good beef, and they always seem to want it yesterday.


%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/06/08
Episode Number : 15
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: Big Business
First Line : It was early when Wichita and I started out for Fort Huachuca - too early. But an Apache runner had come to my ranch in the night with news I didn’t like, and I had to see Colonel Nickerson.right away.


%BLUE%Date Aired : 58/06/15
Episode Number : 16
Available : YES
Title/Plot/Host: June Bride
First Line :
Lots of people back East think us Westerners are rough, uncouth and ill mannered. Although it might not appear so to a stranger, we do live by a fairly rigid set of manners. For instance, we don’t care what a man was but what he is. All of us have come out to this new country from somewhere else and why we came is our own business. Course, sometimes a stranger may drift into town who reminds us of things we’d just as soon forget. Like the time that Wichita and I were sitting outside the Cosmopolitan Hotel waiting for the dinner gong to ring.
to:
I wouldn't crzeacthriae this episode as weak but I still feel as if the storytelling is moving too quickly -the writers seem to be cramming too much into each episode instead of taking their time to tell this fantastical story. Some of these moments are profound(Snow seeing the remains of Emma's nursery for instance) but aren't given the time they deserve. The Charmings are my weakness so I loved the fact that this episode focused on Snow & Charming and Snow/Mary Margaret and Emma. I only wish that the moments of them that I'll cherish lasted a bit longer.With the appearance of Cora I didn't really miss Rumple(but a little more juxtaposition between Regina and Cora would have been appropriate) and in a way am glad that the writers aren't putting every character into every episode whether they belong there are not. The previews for next Sunday's episode seem to revolve around Rumple and Captain Hook so we may not see much of Snow, Charming or Emma and I'll miss seeing them but that's okay. Every character deserves their due.
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First Line : I came from Texas to the Arizona Territory with 2,000 head of scrawny longhorns. But the good grass in the valley of the San Pedro fattened them up like butter. And when I got a contract to deliver 1,000 head to the Indian Agency at San Carlos, I signed with a clear conscious. When you sell beef to the government, they want good beef, and they always seem to want it yesterday.
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Lots of people back East think us Westerners are rough, uncouth and ill mannered. Although it might not appear so to a stranger, we do live by a fairly rigid set of manners. For instance, we don’t care what a man was but what he is. All of us have come out to this new country from somewhere else and why we came is our own business. Course, sometimes a stranger may drift into town who reminds us of things we’d just as soon forget. Like the time that Wichita and I were sitting outside the Cosmopolitan Hotel waiting for the dinner gong to ring.
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First Line : Captain: Yeah, those are good cattle all right, Slaughter. Better than we’ve been buying for the fort.
Slaughter: Cattle’s my business, Captain. What’ll you give me for them?
Captain: $35 a head
Slaughter: Fair enough.
Captain: Course, that’s delivered at Fort Huachuca
Slaughter: Well now, that’ll be $10 a head more.
Captain: It’s only 40 miles.
Slaughter: Two days of trail herding – that takes time and riders.
Captain: Heh. All right. But if the beef isn’t delivered to the fort by day after tomorrow, it’s no deal.
Slaughter: I’ll have the herd there.
Captain: Very well. See you at the fort, Slaughter. So long Wichita.
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First Line : This special meeting of the Cattleman’s Association of Tombstone is now in order. Then I guess it’s in order for me to ask what’s so special about it to take up my time when I’m getting the herd ready for shipment.
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First Line : Folks who write dictionaries must have a pretty tough time with the word “tolerance’. Guess, if you had to boil it down to just one other word, maybe it’d be “understanding”. Some of us here in Tombstone found that out when I gave Chief Margano and a few of his Apache braves the loan of a couple of sections of my spread to try their hand at cattle rasing. And I got chewed out plenty about it every time I went into town.
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First Line : Carl Justice was dead. Bushwhacked in the Cherikawas for the $10,000 he was carrying. But justice wasn’t dead. The posse from the Cattleman’s Association would see to that if we had to cover every half section between the Petrified Forest and the Mexican border. And it looked like we might. At least the first day in the saddle, we didn’t find a trace of Justice’s killer or the gold.
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First Line : First Line : The time finally came when I decided there’d be more profit in raising my own cattle than driving other men’s herds up to Tombstone from Mexico and Texas. At about the same time, I heard that Aaron Holcomb’s spread was for sale. So one day, Wichita and I rode down towards the San Pedro valley to look it over.

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